control panel bracket (24); remove the shock mounts.
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
d. installation. Installation is the reverse of
removal. If necessary, refer to the wiring diagram in
(1) Wipe the control panel with a cloth dam-
pened lightly with dry cleaning solvent (fed. spec. P-
D-680). Wipe the shock mounts with a dry cloth.
(2) Inspect the control panel for cracks, illegible
markings, and missing name plates. Replace if
(3) Inspect the shock mounts for distortion and
for deteriorated, brittle rubber. Replace defective
(2) Remove the screws (15, fig. 4-5) and nuts (16)
that secure the control panel (17) to the shock mounts
(21); remove the control panel.
c. Installation. Installation is the reverse of
(3) Remove the screws (18), nuts (19), and lock
washers (20) that secure the shock mounts (21) to the
figure 1-3 for electrical connection instructions.
Section XII. ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEM
the left bank of cylinders, the other for the right
a. The engine exhaust system is equipped with an
bank. Adapters are connected to these manifolds to
exhaust diverter valve to enable you to use the hot
facilitate connecting the tubing that conducts the
exhaust gas from the engine to warm the lubricants
gases to the diverter valve.
to make them flow more freely in cold weather. When
the diverter valve handle is operated to warm the
4-34. Exhaust Diverter Valve
fluids, the exhaust gas is routed from the engine
through tubing to the bottom of the lubricant reser-
(1) Slide the flexible tubing (2, 4, and 6, fig. 4-6)
voir to heat the lubricants. When the diverter valve
from the adapters (9 and 10) on the engine, on the
handle is moved to the opposite position, the exhaust
diverter valve (14), and on the lubricant reservoir and
is vented through a pipe welded to the skid base so
skid base. Slide the asbestos coverings (1, 3, and 5)
that it discharges under the vehicle.
from the flexible tubing.