ENGINE REPLACEMENT (Contd)
Diesel fuel is flammable. Keep fuel away from open flames and
keep fire extinguisher within reach when working with fuel. Do not
work on fuel system while engine is hot. Fuel can be ignited by
contact with hot engine. Failure to comply may result in death or
injury to personnel.
Cap or plug all hoses, connections, and openings immediately after
disconnection to prevent contamination. Remove caps or plugs prior
to installation. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment.
Both engines are replaced the same way. This procedure covers the
replacement of one engine.
As necessary, cut and remove tiedown straps to remove hoses,
battery cables, and control cables from engine.
Have container ready to catch fuel and coolant.
Place intermediate fuel shutoff valves (1) or (2) in closed position for engine being removed.
Disconnect fuel supply hose (6) from fuel lift pump (3).
Disconnect fuel return hose (5) from fuel return tube (4) on engine (7).
Remove two locknuts (8), washers (9), screws (12), cable clamp (11), and engine stop cable (13) from
throttle cable bracket (10) on fuel injection pump (14). Discard locknuts (8).
Loosen setscrew (16) on trunnion (15) and pull engine stop cable (13) from trunnion (15) on fuel
injection pump (14).
Slide sleeve (17) back on throttle cable (18) and disconnect throttle cable (18) from ball stud (23) on
fuel injection pump lever (24).
Remove two locknuts (22), washers (21), screws (20), cable clamps (19), and throttle cable (18) from
throttle cable bracket (10). Discard locknuts (22).
Slide sleeve (28) back on transmission control cable (29) and disconnect control cable (29) from ball
stud (27) on transmission control lever (26).
Remove two screws (31) and transmission control cable bracket (30) with control cable (29) from side
of flywheel housing (25).
Remove eight locknuts (34) and screws (36) from driveshaft flange (35) and transmission flange (33).
Slide driveshaft flange (35) back away from transmission flange (33). Discard locknuts (34).