b. Cleaning and Inspection.
(4) Drive the oil level gage (23, fig. 18) from
(1) Clean all metal parts with an approved
cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly. Clean
the same diameter as the oil level gage.
the glass on the gage with solvent and dry
with a lint-free cloth.
Note. Do not remove the oil level gage unless
the gage is leaking or defective.
(2) Inspect metal parts for cracks, rust, or
b. Cleaning and Inspection. Inspect the oil level
damaged threads. Inspect the glass for
gage for cracks, breaks, or other defects. Replace
the oil level gage if defective,
(3) Replace any defective part.
c. Installation. Install the air pressure gage as
(1) Coat the outer edges of the oil level gage
(23, fig. 18) with a light coat of sealing
compound; turn the oil level gage so that
line of the gage runs parallel to the bottom
of the crankcase.
Section X. WHEELS AND TIRES
Reassembly and Installation
Remove and disassemble the wheel assembly in
Reassemble and install the wheel assembly in the
reverse of the numerical sequence as illustrated in
11 Cap, end