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5-15. OIL COOLER-Continued
(1)
Remove old gasket material from gasket surfaces.
(2)
Install valve disk (39), spring (38), new gasket (37) and plug (36).
(3)
Install adapter assembly (32), spacers (33 and 34) and new gaskets (35) and secure with screws
(28 and 30) and lockwashers (29 and 31).
(4)
Install new gasket (27) and oil cooler cover (26) and secure with screws (22 and 24) and
lockwashers (23 and 25).
(5)
Affix new inner core gasket (I 9) and outer core gasket (21) to core(20).
CAUTION
The inlet and outlet opening in the oil cooler core are marked
"N"and " UT" Make sure the oil cooler core is reinstalled in its
I
O
.
original position.
(6)
Install oil cooler core (20) in oil cooler housing (18).
(7)
Install housing (18).
(8)
Install bolts (16) and lockwashers (17).
(9)
Install water outlet elbow (13), new seal (14) and new gasket (15).
(10)
Install bolts (10), nuts (11) and lockwashers (12).
(11)
Tighten seal clamp (9).
(12)
Install new water inlet gasket (8).
(13)
Secure water inlet elbow (7) to housing with capscrews (5) and lockwashers (6).
(14)
Install hoses (4) and secure with clamps (3).
(15)
Slide water inlet elbow hose (2) in position and tighten clamps (1).
c.
Follow-on Maintenance.
(1)
Close drain cock and fill cooling system to proper level.
(2)
Add oil to crankcase until oil level is at proper level on dipstick.
(3)
Spring shackle and pivot installed (see para 5-41).
(4)
Connect batteries (see para 4-114.).
(5)
Start and run engine for a short period and check for oil and water leaks. After any leaks have
been corrected and the engine has been stopped long enough (approximately twenty minutes) for
the oil from various parts of the engine to drain back to the crankcase, bring the oil level up to the
proper level on the dipstick.
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