FUEL (FLUID) FILTER.
(3) Close fuel housing (paragraph 4-34c)
Maintenance of the engine fuel tank (figure 4-27)
consists of replacement.
(1) Ensure that fuel tank has been com-
pletely drained. There is a drain plug located on bot-
tom of tank.
(7) Remove capscrews (2), nuts (3), wash-
ers (4), and tank support channels (5). Nuts, washers,
and tank support channels are located in engine hous-
ing and plenum.
(8) Remove capscrews (6), nuts (7), and
(9) Carefully lift fuel tank (9) off generator
(10) Replace pad (10) if damaged.
(2) When removing fuel tank it is necessary
to also remove the oil cooler (figure 4-34; Para. 4-54).
W A R N I N G
To prevent injury, ensure that handbrake is set
and both wheels are chocked while perform-
ing maintenance under the generator set.
(3) Set handbrake and chock both wheels.
W A R N I N G
To prevent injury, ensure that battery cable
plug connector is disconnected from battery
before performing maintenance.
(4) Disconnect battery cable plug connector
(5) Disconnect fuel line (1) from bottom of
fuel tank. Install protective cap.
(6) Loosen turnlock fasteners and remove
engine housing access cover and plenum access
To prevent injury, ensure that the handbrake is
set and both wheels are chocked while per-
forming maintenance under the generator set,
(1) Set handbrake and chock both wheels.
(2) Install pad (10).
(3) Lift fuel tank (9) and position in place on
(4) Secure top of tank to generator set with
capscrews (6), washers (8), and nuts (7).
(5) Secure bottom of tank to generator set
with capscrews (2), tank support channels (5), wash-
ers (4), and nuts (3).
(6) Torque fasteners to 160-175 inch
pounds (18-20 Nm).
(7) Remove protective cap and connect fuel
line to fuel tank.
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