TRANSMISSION HOUSING - CONTINUED
CLEANING - CONTINUED
Solvent burns easily. Solvent fumes can explode. Do not smoke or allow open flame nearby when
using solvent. Failure to observe these precautions could cause serious injury or death.
Be sure to wear safety goggles or lenses when using compressed air. Compressed air and
particles moved by compressed air can cause damage to your eyes.
All metal parts
Clean in dry-cleaning solvent.
Dry parts with compressed air.
Clean oil passages with a piece of soft
wire and by flushing with drycleaning
For more Information on how to inspect parts, go to General Maintenance Instructions (page 2-46).
Replace damaged or defective parts, as needed.
Look for cracks, breaks, and dents.
If cracks and dents are large,
housing should be replace.
Look for nicks, scratches, and burrs
in bores or on mating surfaces.
Remove defects with crocus cloth.
Valve guide tube (2)
Using 3/8-inch brass driftpin and ball-
peen hammer, tap in 0.56 - 0.60 inch
(1.42 - 1.52 mm) below adapter mounting
Spring (3), lube
Put in position.
valve (4), new pack-
ing (5), new gasket
(6), and adapter lube
valve tube (7)