Pressure gage oil line
Dial lower screw
Manufacturer's name plate
Oil pressure gage
Dial upper screw
Section XVI. INSTRUMENT PANEL
131. Replacement of Instrument Panel
a. Mounted on the instrument panel (12,
fig. 36) are the following instruments. Hour-
a. General. The instruments mounted on the
panel are precision instruments and with prop-
pressure gage (28), vacuum gage (26) and
er care, seldom will it be necessary to replace
them. However, when it is definitely found
pump suction gage (53).
b. The instrument panel and its cluster of
that the gage is defective, the pump unit should
gages is mounted on the left side of the pump
not be operated until the defective gage is re-
and so located that all gages are clearly visible
to the operator at all times. The above gages
b. Removal and installation. The instrument
provide the operator with a constant check
panel and gages illustrated in the exploded
on the operation of the engine and pump. Any
view of figure 36 shows the instruments in their
malfunction of the pump or engine will be de-
relative positions and clearly illustrates how the
tected on the reading on the gages. Refer to
components can be removed and installed. De-
tailed instructions have been omitted herein to
eliminate all repetitious and unnecessary text.
and possible remedies when unit fails to oper-
ate properly. Shut down unit and correct mal-
functioning before resuming operation.
and part numbers for requisition purposes.
Section XVII. PUMP AIR ELIMINATOR AND SUCTION MANIFOLD
move the float (24) and valve lever
a. Removal and disassembly (fig. 37).
(4) Remove the valve collar clip (25),
(1) Loosen the screw on the clamp (20)
valve (27), valve seat (28), and valve
and disconnect the hose (21).
(2) Remove the screws (8) and lift out
(5) Remove the draincock (19) and pipe
the air eliminator (6) and gasket (5).
connector (33 ). Remove the ball (32)
(3) Remove the pivot pin (30) and re-
from the cover (31).