ENGINE ASSEMBLY REPLACE (CONT).
15. Install field instrument layout to engine. Refer to paragraph 2-30.
16. Install network cable. Refer to paragraph 2-33.
17. Install turbocharger plumbing and oil feed lines. Refer to paragraph 2-39.
18. Install speed increaser. Refer to paragraph 3-18.
19. Install radiator assembly. Refer to paragraph 2-35.
20. Install engine enclosure. Refer to paragraph 2-23.
21. Make a final inspection to ensure that all hoses, wires, linkages, and components have been correctly installed and
Touching exhaust system during test can cause severe burns.
CARBON MONOXIDE (EXHAUST GAS) CAN KILL YOU
Exposure to exhaust gases produces symptoms of headache, dizziness, loss of
muscular control, drowsiness, or coma. Brain damage or death can result from
Fumes from engine become concentrated with poor ventilation. Operate engine
in a ventilated area only.
While running engine, be alert for fumes. If someone is overcome, expose to
fresh air; keep warm and still; give artificial respiration if needed. Seek medical
attention. Administer oxygen, if available.
GOOD VENTILATION IS THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST EXHAUST POISONING.
22. Start engine in accordance with TM 10-4320-307-10 and operate at low idle for 2 to 3 minutes.
Do not remove the radiator cap from a hot engine. Hot steam can cause serious
personal injury. The engine coolant temperature must be below 160°F (700C).
23. Stop engine and wait 5 to 7 minutes for oil to drain into oil pan. Check oil and coolant levels again.
24. Fill engine to correct oil and coolant levels if necessary.
25. Operate engine for 8 to 10 minutes to check for correct engine operation; unusual noises; and coolant, fuel, or
lubricating oil leaks.
26. Repair all leaks and component problems.