OIL PAN, SUCTION TUBE, AND SUCTION TUBE BRACKET MAINTENANCE (Contd)
All personnel must stand clear during lifting operations. A swinging
or shifting load may cause injury to personnel.
Lifting device and chains must have a weight capacity greater than
1,250 lbs (567.0 kg) of the engine and transmission. Failure to do so
may cause injury to personnel and/or damage to equipment.
Do not detach lifting device from engine until all engine weight is
equally distributed and engine is stable. An improperly supported
engine may cause 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 do so may result in damage to equipment.
The oil pans, suction tubes, and suction tube brackets on both
engines are replaced the same way. This procedure covers the
replacement of one oil pan, suction tube, and suction tube bracket.
Tag all electrical leads and hoses during removal to assist with
Remove thirty-six screws (4), oil pan (1), and gasket (2) from cylinder block (3). Discard gasket (2).
Remove two screws (6), nut (8), screw (10), and bracket (9) from cylinder block (3).
Note position of suction tube during removal to assist with
Remove two screws (6), suction tube (5), and gasket (7) from cylinder block (3). Discard gasket (7).
CLEANING AND INSPECTION
For general cleaning and inspection instructions, refer to WP 0013 00.