Table 9-2. Torque Specifications
Section IV. ENGINE OVERHAUL
chapter constitutes an engine overhaul and should be
carried out at prescribed intervals or as engine
operation/performance dictates. While overhaul does not
Engine overhaul is the complete disassembly, cleaning,
necessarily return the engine to a like new condition, the
inspection and repair of the basic engine and its
procedure will result in a completely serviceable engine.
components. Performance of all procedures in this
Section V. CYLINDER HEAD
to provide clearance to remove cylinder head.
Remove belts from alternator pulley.
Remove alternator adjusting strap bolt,
The cylinder head serves as the combustion
washer, and lockwasher. Remove nuts and washers
chamber as well as mounting for spark plugs. The
securing alternator to cylinder head.
combustion chamber design is tailored for the required
Remove intake and exhaust manifold (TM 10-
turbulence, charge flow and burning characteristics to
provide the most efficient and economical operation.
Remove nuts and washer securing thermostat
housing to cylinder head.
Remove the bypass elbow from the water
Drain coolant from the engine and radiator
pump and thermostat elbow; remove the thermostat
housing (TM 10-3930-632-12).
Tag and remove ignition cable and primary
Remove distributor (TM 10-3930-632-12).
distributor wire from ignition coil.
Tag and disconnect the lead from the water
Remove the nuts and lockwashers that secure
temperature sending unit. Remove the sending unit.
the engine oil filter and bracket to the cylinder head;
Remove the capscrews, nuts, and washers
position the filter and bracket to provide clearance to
securing the cylinder head. Remove the cylinder head
remove the cylinder head.
and gasket. (Figure 9-1).
Remove nuts and lockwashers that secure
transmission oil filter, ignition coil, and crankcase
breather bracket to the head and block. Position bracket
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