6-8. CYLINDER BLOCK- Continued
Inspect dowel holes in engine block (1) for oversize
holes or damage. Replace engine block if damaged
Inspect threaded holes for stripped or crossed
threads. Use a tap to clean up threads.
Inspect machined surfaces for flatness, burrs, and
scratches. If surfaces cannot be cleaned up by
lapping, replace engine block (1).
Adhesives, solvents, and sealing
compounds can burn easily, can
give off harmful vapors, and are
harmful to skin and clothing. To
avoid injury or death, keep away
from open fire and use in well-
ventilated area. If adhesive, solvent,
or sealing (e compound gets on skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap and
Coat threads of ail serviceable plugs, fittings, and draincocks with pipe thread
sealing compound (Item 2, Appendix E) and transfer to new engine block (if
Use core plug installer (Appendix B, Section Iii, Item 16) to install two core plugs (1) and new
gaskets (2) inside air box (3). Tighten plugs to 230 to 270 lb-ft (312 to 366 N·m).
Install two 1/4-in. oil galley plugs (4) in top of engine block (5).
Tighten plugs (4) to 14 to 16 lb-ft (1 9 to 22 N·m).