5.5.5 Injection Pump Maintenance.
This task covers:
General Mechanics Tool Kit (appendix B,
Section III, Item 1)
Lockwashers (TM 10-4320-226-24P)
Gaskets (TM 10-4320-226-24P)
Preformed packing (TM 10-4320-226-24P)
Tags (appendix E, Section II, Item 12)
Equipment shut down, refer to
paragraph 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11.
Throttle Control Rod removed, paragraph
4.11. (Non regulated pump only).
Equipment Conditions (continued)
Actuator removed paragraph 4.14.6
(Regulated pump only).
Engine at TDC, paragraph 5.5.9.
Fuel lines removed from regulator
pump (paragraph 4.10.16).
To prevent rolling or sliding, do
not work on equipment that is not
Do not smoke or use open flames
Ensure container is
used to catch fuel and fuel is
disposed of properly.
DO not work on equipment without
following standard shop safety
To prevent rolling or sliding, do not work on equipment that is not
Ensure both wheels are secure.
Do not smoke or use open flames around fuel.
Ensure container is used to
catch fuel and fuel is disposed of properly.
Failure to obey these warnings may result in personal injury or death.
Do not drop cap screws or washers into timing cover.
Failure to obey
this caution may cause equipment damage.
Upon removal of any fuel line, hose or fittings, plug all open
ports and place caps over all fuel lines and hoses to prevent
contamination of fuel system.
Place clean shop rag inside gear housing, so that rag is against fuel
injection pump drive gear (figure 5-5, 1) and prevents objects from falling
into gear hose.
Remove two of three bolts (2), washers (3) and spacers (4) that secure fuel
injection pump drive gear (1) to fuel injection pump (5).