(d) Stop the engine and remove the governor
(c) If a stop lever is provided, secure it in the no-
cover and the rocker covers.
(2) Injector Timing. Time the fuel injectors as de-
The engine must be controlled manually dur-
scribed in figure 3-13.
ing the adjustment procedures, therefore care
d. Governor Adjustment.
must be exercised to prevent overspeeding.
(1) Governor Gap Adjustment.
(e) Start and run the engine, between 800 and
(a) With the engine stopped and at normal op-
1000 rpm by manual operation of the differential
erating temperatures, remove the spring housing (fig.
(f) Check the gap between the low speed spring
cap and the high speed spring pluger with a 0.0015 -
Do not back the buffer screw out beyond the
inch feeler gage. If the gap setting is incorrect, loosen
limits listed below, or the control link lever
the gap adjusting screw lock nut and reset the gap ad-
may disengage the differential lever.
justing screw. If the setting is correct the 0.0015-inch
(b) Back out the buffer screw until it extends 9/16
movement can be seen by placing a few drops of engine
to 5/8 inch from the surface of the governor housing.
oil into the governor gap and pressing a screwdriver
(c) Start engine and loosen the idle speed adjust-
against the gap adjusting screw. Movement of the cap
ing lock nut. Then adjust the iddle screw (fig. 3-14) to
toward the plunger will force the oil from the gap in
the form of a small bead.
obtain desired engine idle speed (600 rpm).