3-14. FUEL TANK, LINES, FILTER, AND FITTINGS - Continued.
(1) Remove all build up of dirt or oil on all parts by wiping with a soft cloth (item 3, Appendix E).
DO NOT breathe cleaning solvent vapors for long periods of time or use solvent
near open flames. To avoid illness, explosion, or fire, only use solvent in well
ventilated areas away from open flames.
(2) Clean all metal parts using a clean, soft cloth (item 3, Appendix E) or a medium bristle brush (item 4,
(3) Allow all parts to dry.
(1) Inspect all hoses for cuts or cracks.
(2) Inspect all threads for damage or stripping.
(3) Check that valves operate smoothly.
(4) Inspect fuel gage for proper needle operation and for cracked or scratched glass.
(5) Examine fuel tank for cracks, dents, leaks or broken seams.
(6) Inspect filter for clogging.
Repair is limited to replacement of any components found defective during inspection.
Apply anti-seize compound (item 7, Appendix E) to all pipe threads of assembly.
(1) Install keeper (31), nut (28), flat washer (27), bolt (26), lockwasher (30), nut (29) onto bracket (3)
(2) InstalI bracket (3), four lockwashers (2), and four screws (1).
(3) Install fuel tank assembly (7), two straps (4), four lockwashers (10) four screws (11), four nuts (12),