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INSTALLATION - CONTINUED - TM-9-2320-269-34-10174
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TM-9-2320-269-34-1 Truck Telephone Maintenance Utility C/S 36 000 GVW 6 X 4 W/WN WI/E M876 (NSN
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REMOVAL - CONTINUED - TM-9-2320-269-34-10176
TM 9-2320-269-34-1
INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVES
This task covers:
a. Removal (page 2-158)
c.  Inspection/Replacement/Repair
b. Cleaning (page 2-160)
d. Installation (page 2-163)
INITIAL SETUP
Tools
Materials/Parts - Continued
Apron, rubber
Oil, engine (item 32, appendix B)
Brush, fine wire
Pencil
Compressor, reciprocating air,
Seal, valve stem (one required for each
power driven
valve to be serviced)
Compressor, valve spring
Spring and damper assembly (one required
Face, inserted hammer, soft-plastic
for each valve to be serviced)
Gloves, rubber
Goggles, safety
Personnel Required
Gun, air blow
Holder, Inserted hammer-face
One
Hose, air compressor
Equipment Condition
Materials/Parts
Cylinder head removed (page 2-102).
Compound, carbon cleaning
(item 11, appendix B)
ACTION
LOCATION
ITEM
REMARKS
REMOVAL
NOTE
Intake and exhaust valves are maintained the same way except for grinding dimensions as noted In
Inspection/Replacement/Repair procedures.  One valve is covered.  Repeat task as necessary for other
valves.
Keep all parts together so that they may be reinstalled in their proper position.
2-158

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