Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair.
Drycleaning solvent normally has a flash point
of either 100 or 138 degrees F, depending on the
type being used, but may flash at much lower tem-
peratures if contaminated with gasoline or jet
Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact.
Do not use near open flame or excessive heat.
(1) Clean all parts with drycleaning solvent (item 1, App.
F), and dry thoroughly.
(2) Inspect all parts for cracks, breaks, and other damage.
(3) Inspect all hardware for damaged or stripped threads.
(4) Replace damaged or defective parts.
(1) Install strainer (16, fig. 5-4).
(2) Attach body (15) to engine base (17) and secure with
washer (14) and screw (13).
(3) Install seat (12), ball (11), retainer (10), spring
(9), plunger (8), and insert pin (7).
(4) Install ball (6), cap (5), cover (4), and screw (3).
(1) Connect oil pump and engine base to engine assembly and
secure with gaskets and screws (fig. 5-3).
(2) Install engine (para 4-21).
PISTONS AND CONNECTING ROD.
Removal and Disassembly.
(1) Remove cylinder head (para 4-241).
(2) Remove engine base (para 5-13).
(3) To remove pistons and connecting rod, bend ears of
lockwasher (2, fig. 5-5) to open position and remove capscrew (l),
lockwasher (2), and connecting rod cap (3).