Cleaning and Inspecting the Parts.
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR IF FUEL IS NOT HANDLED
CAREFULLY. USE IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM OPEN FLAME,
ARCING EQUIPMENT, IGNITION SOURCES, HEATERS, OR EXCESSIVE HEAT.
ENGINE MUST BE TURNED OFF AND COOL BEFORE REFUELING. ALWAYS
STORE FUEL IN PROPER, MARKED CONTAINERS. DO NOT SMOKE.
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR IF COMPRESSED AIR IS DIRECTED
AGAINST THE SKIN. DO NOT USE COMPRESSED AIR FOR CLEANING OR
DRYING UNLESS THE PRESSURE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO 30 PSI (2.06 BAR) OR
LESS. WHEN WORKING WITH COMPRESSED AIR ALWAYS USE CHIP GUARDS,
EYE PROTECTION, AND OTHER PERSONAL EQUIPMENT.
Clean housing (2), gear wheel (7), and pinion (12) with diesel fuel and dry with compressed air.
Inspect all components for damage or excessive wear. Replace any damaged or worn components.
Installing the Gears
If either the gear wheel or pinion needs to be replaced, replace both. Timing marks
on the small pinion must be aligned with the keyway on the tapered shaft. The
timing marks on the gear wheel must be aligned with the mark on the small pinion.
Failure to heed this caution can damage equipment.
Slide pinion (Figure 5-13, Item 12) onto camshaft. Install lock washer (11) and hexagon nut (10) and
Install disc (9) into timing cover housing with graphite side of disc (9) facing outward.
Lubricate dry bushing (8) in timing cover housing with MIL-G-10925 grease.
Install gear wheel (7) into dry bushing (8) and secure gear wheel (7) with locking pin (6)
Install oil seal (5) and needle bearing (4) onto gear wheel (7).
Fill housing (2) with MIL-GL-21164 grease. Mount new gasket (3) and housing (2) onto timing cover
with four socket head cap screws (1)