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 camshaft for alignment, scoring, roughness, or
damaged or chipped gear teeth.
Repair any slight roughness by honing
or replace damaged or scored camshaft or gear.
(3) Replace badly damaged or worn sleeve bearing, spacer,
(4) Replace any other parts that are damaged or defective.
Reassembly and Installation.
(1) Install governor yoke (15, fig. 5-8), gasket (14),
shaft support bracket (13), screw (12), needle bearing (11), and nut
(2) Insert Woodruff key (9) in camshaft (5 ) and install
(3) Install flywheel assembly (7) and spring pin (6).
(4) Install rod (2, fig. 5-4) and cap (1).
(5) Carefully insert camshaft and gear into engine and in-
stall bearing sleeve (4, fig. 5-8), spacer (3), support pin (2), and
(6) Install crankshaft (para 5-15).
The engine must be completely disassembled for
repair of the crankcase.
Refer to the applicable
maintenance paragraphs for removal of components