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2. Lubricate the main bearing cap bolts. Use SAE

30W oil or molybdenum grease to lubricate the

threads and the washer face.

Table 1

Required Tools

Tool

Part Number

Part description

3. Torque the main bearing cap bolts to 95 ± 5 N·m

(70 ± 4 lb ft).

A

-

Loctite 575

4. Put an alignment mark on each cap and bolt.

5. Rotate the bolts in the clockwise direction to an

angle of 90 ± 5 degrees.

Illustration 56

g01418610

View H-H

NOTICE

Camshaft bearings must be installed into their correct

position. Failure to do so will result in engine damage.

The camshaft bearings are installed into the cylinder

block at the following positions:

Illustration 57

g01418223

Typical example

Position (N) ..............................816.50 ± 0.80 mm

(32.146 ± 0.031 inch)

Note: Apply Tooling (A) to the cylinder liner seals

prior to assembly.

Position (P) ..............................536.50 ± 0.80 mm

(21.122 ± 0.031 inch)

Outside diameters of the cylinder liner

Position (S) ..............................294.50 ± 0.80 mm

(11.594 ± 0.031 inch)

Position (T) ..................................0.50 ± 0.25 mm

(0.020 ± 0.010 inch)

Position (A) ..............................128.95 ± 0.03 mm

(5.077 ± 0.001 inch)

Position (B) ..............................123.80 ± 0.30 mm

(4.874 ± 0.012 inch)

Position (C) ..............................123.95 ± 0.13 mm

(4.880 ± 0.005 inch)

Position (D) ..............................126.00 ± 0.27 mm

(4.961 ± 0.011 inch)

(U) Installation depth of the cup plug from the block

face to the top edge of the plug .......... 1.25 ± 0.25 mm

(0.049 ± 0.010 inch)

Position (E) ..............................126.24 ± 0.03 mm

(4.970 ± 0.001 inch)

Position (F) ..............................120.34 ± 0.08 mm

(4.738 ± 0.003 inch)

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Cylinder Liner  

Bore diameter for the cylinder liner

...............112.025 ± 0.025 mm (4.4104 ± 0.0010 inch)

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Crankshaft

Illustration 59

g01418240

(4) O-ring seal

(5) Bolt

Illustration 58

g01384054

Typical example

(1) Main bearing journals

(2) Connecting rod bearing journals

(A) Average diameter of gear after assembly

........................112.48 ± 0.10 mm (4.428 ± 0.004 inch)

Maximum diameter of gear after assembly

............................................... 112.63 mm (4.434 inch)

Crankshaft end play after assembly into cylinder

block ................ 0.21 to 0.60 mm (0.008 to 0.024 inch)

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Crankshaft Seals  

Illustration 60

g01123043

Detail A

Note: Refer to Disassembly and Assembly for the

complete procedure that is used for information that

relates to the removal and the installation of the front

and the rear crankshaft seals.

Note: The crankshaft seal excluder (1) can be

installed with the front seal for use in applications that

operate in harsh environments. If the extruder is used

on your application, lubricate the inside diameter of

the crankshaft seal excluder with liquid soap prior to

assembly to the crankshaft pulley.

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When the front crankshaft seal (3) is installed, the

front face of the seal must be 2.5 mm  (0.10 inch)

from the face of the front housing (2).

Illustration 62

g03744724

Typical example

(1) Crankshaft adapter

(2) Adapter

Illustration 61

g01419999

Detail B

(4) Damper

(5) Pulley

(7) Rear crankshaft seal group with dust lip

(3) Tighten the bolts to the following torque.

........................................................160 N·m (118 lb ft)

Note: The rear crankshaft seal group (6) is a double

lipped seal that is used for wet flywheel housing

applications.

(6) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......55 N·m

(41 lb ft)

i05976176

Vibration Damper and Pulley

i05970980

Connecting Rod Bearing

Journal

Table 2

ConnectingRod Bearing Journal

Original size journal

80.000 ± 0.020 mm

(3.1496 ± 0.0008 inch)

i05970918

Main Bearing Journal  

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Table 3

(A) Bore in the bearing for the piston pin

.................46.035 ± 0.008 mm (1.8124 ± 0.0003 inch)

Diameter of CrankshaftJournal (Bearing Surface) for Main

Bearings

(B) Bore in the connecting rod for the piston pin

104.000 ± 0.020 mm

Original size journal

bearing..... 50.640 ± 0.013 mm (1.9937 ± 0.0005 inch)

(4.0945 ± 0.0008 inch)

(C) The bearing joint must be within ± 5 degrees of

either location.

Undersized journal 0.25 mm

(0.00984 inch)

103.75 ± 0.02 mm

(4.08464 ± 0.00079 inch)

Note: The connecting rod must be heated for the

installation of the piston pin bearing. Do not use a

torch.

Undersized journal

0.51 mm (0.02008 inch)

103.49 ± 0.02 mm

(4.07440 ± 0.00079 inch)

Table 4

(D) The connecting rod may be heated from

Main Bearing Bore

175 to 260 °C (347 to 500 °F) for the installation of

the piston pin bearing. Maximum distance for heating

the connecting rod....................... 83.0 mm (3.27 inch)

Main bearing bore (original size)

112.000 ± 0.013 mm

(4.4094 ± 0.0005 inch)

Note: Thoroughly lubricate the piston pin with clean

engine oil prior to assembly of the piston and

connecting rod.

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Connecting Rod  

(E) Distance between the center of the bearings

...............................................217.00 mm (8.543 inch)

(G) Bore in the connecting rod for the crankshaft

bearing..... 85.000 ± 0.013 mm (3.3465 ± 0.0005 inch)

Illustration 64

g01416591

View F-F

(1) Etch the cylinder number on the connecting rod

and the cap in this location. Mark the connecting rod

and the cap with a number 1 through 6. Mark the

numbers on the same side of the connecting rod as

the bearing retainer notch (3).

Note: Install the rod and piston group in the engine

with the part number of the forging for the rod

assembly to the rear of the engine. The rear of the

engine is the flywheel end of the engine. Lubricate

the rod and piston group with clean engine oil before

you insert the rod and piston group into the block.

Illustration 63

g01418268

Note: Handle the fractured connecting rod with care.

Use a soft jawed vise in order to hold the connecting

rod when you are loosening the connecting rod cap

bolts. Use a soft faced hammer in order to tap the

connecting rod cap, if necessary.

(2) Use the following procedure to tighten the

connecting rod bolts:

1. Torque the bolts to 50 ± 5 N·m  (37 ± 4 lb ft).

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2. Rotate each bolt in a clockwise direction for 90 ± 5

Top Ring and Intermediate Ring

degrees (1/4 of a turn).

(3) The top ring has the mark  “UP-1”  .

i02156012

Install the piston ring with the side marked  “UP-1”

toward the top of the piston. The colored stripe faces

to the right of the ring end gap.

Piston and Rings  

Piston ring end gap............................. 0.40 ± 0.10 mm

( 0.016 ± 0.004 inch)

Thickness of new top piston ring .................3.453 mm

(0.1359 inch)

Two-Piece Articulated Piston

(4) The intermediate ring has the mark  “UP-2”  .

Install the piston ring with the side marked  “UP-2”

toward the top of the piston. The colored stripe faces

to the right of the piston ring end gap.

Piston ring end gap............................. 1.50 ± 0.10 mm

(0.060 ± 0.004 inch)

Width of groove in new piston for intermediate piston

ring.....................3.06 ± 0.01 mm (0.121 ± 0.001 inch)

Thickness of new intermediate piston ring .... 2.98 mm

(0.117 inch)

Illustration 65

g00293184

Oil Control Ring

(5) The oil control piston ring has a spring that is

installed with the ring. The gap in the spring should be

a distance of 180 degrees from the ring end gap

when the oil control piston ring is assembled. The

colored portion can be to the right or to the left of the

ring end gap.

Piston ring end gap............................. 0.45 ± 0.15 mm

(0.018 ± 0.006 inch)

Width of groove in new piston for oil control piston

ring.....................4.03 ± 0.01 mm (0.159 ± 0.001 inch)

Thickness of new oil control piston ring

........................... 3.98 ± 0.01 mm (0.157 ± 0.001 inch)

After the piston rings have been installed, rotate the

piston rings so that the end gaps are 120 degrees

from each other.

(6) Piston skirt

Lubricate the entire piston in zone (A) prior to

assembly into the cylinder block. Use clean engine

oil.

Illustration 66

g01093113

(1) Crown assembly

(2) Connecting rod

Piston Pin

Note: Install the rod and piston group in the engine

with the part number of the forging for the rod

(7) Piston pin

assembly to the rear of the engine. The rear of the

engine is the flywheel end of the engine. Lubricate

the rod and piston group with clean engine oil before

you insert the rod and piston group into the block.

Piston pin diameter ................46.000 ± 0.005 mm

(1.8110 ± 0.0002 inch)

Length of piston pin....................91.50 ± 0.15 mm

(3.602 ± 0.006 inch)

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Thoroughly lubricate the piston pin with clean engine

oil prior to assembly.

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Piston Cooling Jet  

Illustration 68

g01405402

Typical example

(1) Cylinder block

(2) Front housing

Illustration 67

g01412616

Apply Loctite Gasket Maker 518 to the front housing

sealing surfaces before assembling the front housing

to the cylinder block. The front housing must be

assembled and the front housing must be tightened to

the cylinder block within 10 minutes.

The piston cooling jet must be checked for the

location of the stream of oil. Insert a drill rod with a

diameter of 2 mm (0.1 inch) into the orifice. The drill

rod simulates the stream of oil under normal

operating pressure. The drill rod must pass through a

circle with a diameter of 5.0 mm  (0.20 inch) at point

(1).

(3) Bolts

Length of the bolts that are marked for location

“A”  ........................................ 20.0 mm (0.79 inch)

Tighten the bolts to the following torque.

Use the following dimensions in order to locate point

(1).

.....................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

Dimension (A) ...........................71.88  ± 0.25 mm

(2.830 ± 0.010 inch)

Dimension (B) ...........................16.07  ± 0.25 mm

(0.633 ± 0.010 inch)

Dimension (C) .........................120.00 ± 0.25 mm

(4.724 ± 0.010 inch)

(4) Bolts

Length of the bolts that are marked for location

“B”  ........................................ 50.0 mm (1.97 inch)

Tighten the bolts to the following torque.

Dimension (D) .........................120.00 ± 0.25 mm

(4.724 ± 0.010 inch)

.....................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

Dimension (E) ...........................42.20  ± 0.25 mm

(1.661 ± 0.010 inch)

i06003749

Front Housing and Covers

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Illustration 69

g01405420

Illustration 70

g02112275

Typical example

(5) Front housing cover

Typical example

(6) Oil pump gear

(6) Bolts

(1) Camshaft gear

Length of the bolts that are marked for location

“C”  ........................................30.0 mm (1.18 inch)

Tighten the bolts to the following torque.

Number of teeth .............................................. 100

Bore diameter...........................47.92 ± 0.013 mm

(1.89 ± 0.00051 inch)

.....................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

(2) Idler gear

(7) Bolt

Number of teeth ................................................ 50

Length of the bolt that is marked for location  “D”

.............................................. 60.0 mm (2.36 inch)

Tighten the bolt to the following torque......28 N·m

(21 lb ft)

(A) Diameter of the idler shaft....... 74.000 ± 0.013 mm

(2.9134 ± 0.0005 inch)

(B) Installation depth of the bearing.... 1.08 ± 0.25 mm

(0.043 ± 0.01 inch)

(8) Apply Loctite 243 Threadlocker to the serrations

of the studs before installing the studs into the front

housing cover (5). Tighten the studs to the following

torque..................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

(3) Torque for the bolts for the idler gear...........70 N·m

(52 lb ft)

(5) Crankshaft gear

Tighten the nuts to the following torque............28 N·m

(21 lb ft)

Number of teeth ................................................ 50

Bore diameter.............................69.9 ± 0.025 mm

(2.75 ± 0.001 inch)

i05974922

Gear Group (Front)  

(4) Align the timing marks on the idler gear (2) with

the holes on the camshaft gear (1) and the crankshaft

gear (5).

(7) Torque for the bolt for the oil pump idler gear

............................................................55 N·m (41 lb ft)

(8) Oil pump idler gear

Number of teeth ................................................ 60

End play of the oil pump idler gear

.................... 0.05 ± 0.35 mm (0.002 ± 0.014 inch)

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i05975691

Table 5

Flywheel  

Required Tools

Part Description

Liquid Gasket

Qty

Tool

Part Number

A

CH10879

1

Illustration 72

g03763388

Typical example

(2) Flywheel housing

(3) The joint face must be free of dirt, oil, fuel, water,

assembly compounds, or any other contaminants.

Apply a continuous film of Tooling (A) on the entire

face of the joint.

Illustration 71

g01103055

Typical example

Note: The flywheel housing must be assembled and

tightened to the cylinder block within 10 minutes of

the application of the gasket sealant.

(1) Torque for the eight bolts.......... 300 N·m (220 lb ft)

Note: The gear must be installed against the

shoulder of the flywheel.

(1) Tighten the bolts to the following torque.

..........................................................100 N·m (74 lb ft)

(2) Maximum temperature for the gear installation

............................................................315 °C (599 °F)

i05998995

Belt Tension Chart

i06003789

Flywheel Housing  

Table 6

Required Tools

Tool

Part Number

Part Description

Qty

A

-

Belt Tension Gauge

1

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Table 7

Fan Drive Belt Tension Chart

Gauge Reading

SAE or RMA Belt

Size

Width of Belt

Initial Belt Tension

(1)

Used Belt Tension

(2)

15/16

23.83 mm (0.94 inch)

912 N (205 lb)

730 N (164 lb)

Measure the tension of the belt that is farthest from the engine.

Initial Belt Tension refers to a new belt.

(1)

(2)

Used Belt Tension refers to a belt that has been in operation for 20 minutes or more at the rated speed.

Install Tooling (A) at the center of the longest free

length of belt and check the tension on the belt.

Check and adjust the tension on the tightest belt. To

adjust the belt tension, refer to Operation and

Maintenance Manual, “Belts - Inspect/Adjust”.

Note: When the belts are replaced, always replace

the belts as a set.

Table 8

Water Pump Drive Belt Tension Chart

Gauge Reading

SAE or RMA Belt

Size

Width of Belt

Initial Belt Tension

(1)

Used Belt Tension

(2)

1/2 or 13A

13.89 mm (0.55 inch)

734 N (165 lb)

580 N (130 lb)

Measure the tension of the belt that is farthest from the engine.

(1)

(2)

Initial Belt Tension refers to a new belt.

Used Belt Tension refers to a belt that has been in operation for 20 minutes or more at the rated speed.

Install Tooling (A) at the center of the longest free

length of belt and check the tension on the belt.

Check and adjust the tension on the tightest belt. To

adjust the belt tension, refer to Operation and

Maintenance Manual, “Belts - Inspect/Adjust”.

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Belt Tensioner

(Model PK9)

Illustration 73

g03826878

Typical example

(1) Tighten the bolt to the following torque. ......55 N·m

(41 lb ft)

Spring force at assembly is the following value at 35

degrees from the free arm position.......59.9 ± 6.0 N·m

(44.2 ± 4.4 lb ft)

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Minimum arm travel ..................................52 degrees

i06228915

Refrigerant Compressor

(Model PK9)  

Illustration 75

g03744960

Typical example

(1) Fan

(3) Extension

(5) Fan drive assembly

(2) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......28 N·m

(21 lb ft)

(4) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......47 N·m

(35 lb ft)

(6) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......47 N·m

(35 lb ft)

Illustration 74

g03862998

Typical example

(1) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......28 N·m

(248 lb in)

i05967844

Alternator and Regulator

(2) Tighten the bolts to the following torque......28 N·m

(248 lb in)

i05976193

Fan Drive

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Rotation ...............................................Either direction

Minimum full load current at 5000 rpm  ........42.3 Amp

Minimum full load current at 2000 rpm  ........15.8 Amp

Turn on speed ..............................................2500 rpm

Output voltage ............................................28 ± 1.0 V

(1) Pulley nut.....................................102N·m (75 lb ft)

(2) Positive battery terminal..............6.2 N·m (55 lb in)

(4) Negative battery terminal ..........2.25 N·m (20 lb in)

i06229013

Alternator and Regulator

(Model PK9)  

Illustration 76

g03741885

Typical example

Illustration 78

g01332520

Typical example

Illustration 77

g03741886

Typical example

(3) R terminal

Voltage .................................................................24 V

Amperage .......................................................45 Amp

Polarity ..............................................Negative ground

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Illustration 79

g03863028

Illustration 80

g03741867

Typical example

Typical example

Voltage .................................................................12 V

Amperage .....................................................160 Amp

(1) Terminal “L”

When the electric starting motor is viewed from the

drive end, the motor rotates in the following direction.

.....................................................................Clockwise

No load conditions at 25°C (77°F)

Tighten the terminal nut to the following torque.

..............................................3.1 N·m (27.43 lb in)

Minimum speed .....................................3000 rpm

Maximum output ........................................3.1 kW

Maximum current ........................................130 A

Voltage ..........................................................24 V

(2) The negative terminal “-”

Tighten the terminal nut to the following torque.

..........................................8.5 N·m (75.2314 lb in)

(2) Battery terminal

Tighten the nut on the battery terminal to the

following torque..................... 25.5 N·m (18.8 lb ft)

(3) The positive terminal “+”

Tighten the terminal nut to the following torque.

..........................................11.5 N·m (101.78 lb in)

(3) Ground terminal

Tighten the nut on the ground terminal to the

following torque..................... 25.5 N·m (18.8 lb ft)

(4) Terminal “R”

In order to install a different design of terminal,

tighten that terminal to the following torque.

..............................................3.7 N·m (32.75 lb in)

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Electric Starting Motor

(Model PK9)  

(5) Pulley nut.....................................102 N·m (75 lb ft)

i05967799

Electric Starting Motor

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Illustration 82

g01291117

Typical example

(1) Sensor assembly

Tighten the sensor assembly to the following

torque...........................................20 N·m (15 lb ft)

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Fuel Temperature Sensor

Illustration 81

g03863021

Typical example

When the electric starting motor is viewed from the

drive end, the motor rotates in the following direction.

.....................................................................Clockwise

Voltage .................................................................12 V

Maximum current ...............................................120 A

(1) Tighten the battery terminal to the following

torque...............................................25 N·m (221 lb in)

(2) Tighten the ground terminal to the following

torque...............................................25 N·m (221 lb in)

Tighten the “S”  terminal to the following torque.

..........................................................2.5 N·m (22 lb in)

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Illustration 83

g01178443

Coolant Temperature Sensor

(1) Sensor assembly

Tighten the sensor assembly to the following

torque...............................20 ± 3 N·m (15 ± 2 lb ft)

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Fuel Pressure Sensor

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Illustration 85

g03744213

Typical example

(1) Tighten the sensor to the following torque.

............................................................20 N·m (15 lb ft)

Illustration 84

g03744181

Typical example

i05970986

(1) Tighten the sensor to the following torque.

...........................................................10 N·m (90 lb in)

Engine Oil Pressure Sensor  

i05974918

Injection Actuation Pressure

Sensor

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Illustration 87

g03744017

Typical example

(1) Tighten the sensor to the following torque.

...........................................................10 N·m (90 lb in)

Illustration 86

g03743087

i02797079

Typical example

Inlet Air Temperature Sensor  

(1) Tighten the sensor to the following torque.

...........................................................10 N·m (90 lb in)

i05971177

Atmospheric Pressure Sensor

Illustration 88

g01291117

Typical example

(1) Sensor assembly

Torque for sensor................................20 N·m (15 lb ft)

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Speed/Timing Sensor  

Illustration 90

g03744943

Typical example

(1) Tighten the allen head screw to the following

torque...................................................6 N·m (53 lb in)

(2) Tighten the screw to the following torque.

Illustration 89

g03743205

.........................................................12 N·m (106 lb in)

Typical example

(3) Tighten fasteners to the following torque.

............................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

(1) Camshaft position sensor

(2) Camshaft position sensor

(4) Washer

Ensure that the sensors are seated before the bolt is

tightened.

(3) Bracket

Ensure that the bracket is installed in the orientation

that is shown in illustration 89 .

(5) Tighten the bolt for the sensor to the following

torque..................................................28 N·m (21 lb ft)

i05976060

Electronic Control Module  

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Index Section

Index

A

Fuel Temperature Sensor................................ 41

Air Inlet Elbow.................................................. 17

Alternator and Regulator.................................. 38

Alternator and Regulator (Model PK9)............. 39

Atmospheric Pressure Sensor......................... 43

G

Gear Group (Front).......................................... 35

I

B

Important Safety Information............................. 2

Injection Actuation Pressure Sensor ............... 42

Inlet Air Temperature Sensor........................... 43

Belt Tension Chart ........................................... 36

Belt Tensioner (Model PK9)............................. 37

C

L

Camshaft......................................................... 18

Connecting Rod............................................... 32

Connecting Rod Bearing Journal..................... 31

Coolant Temperature Sensor........................... 41

Crankcase Breather......................................... 21

Crankshaft....................................................... 30

Crankshaft Seals ............................................. 30

Cylinder Block.................................................. 27

Cylinder Block Cover Group............................ 27

Cylinder Head.................................................. 13

Cylinder Head Valves ...................................... 10

Cylinder Liner................................................... 29

Lifter Group........................................................ 8

M

Main Bearing Journal....................................... 31

P

Piston and Rings ............................................. 33

Two-Piece Articulated Piston....................... 33

Piston Cooling Jet............................................ 34

R

E

Refrigerant Compressor (Model PK9) ............. 38

Electric Starting Motor ..................................... 40

Electric Starting Motor (Model PK9) ................ 40

Electronic Control Module ............................... 44

Engine Design ................................................... 4

Engine Oil Filter Base...................................... 19

Engine Oil Pan................................................. 20

Engine Oil Pressure Sensor ............................ 42

Exhaust Manifold............................................. 18

S

Specifications Section ....................................... 4

Speed/Timing Sensor...................................... 44

T

Table of Contents............................................... 3

Turbocharger................................................... 15

Turbocharger (Model PK9).............................. 16

F

Fan Drive......................................................... 38

Flywheel .......................................................... 36

Flywheel Housing............................................ 36

Front Housing and Covers............................... 34

Fuel Filter Base (Primary Fuel Filter Base)........ 4

Fuel Filter Base (Secondary Fuel Filter

U

Unit Injector........................................................ 6

Unit Injector Hydraulic Pump............................. 6

Base, Model PK9)............................................ 5

Fuel Filter Base (Secondary Fuel Filter Base)... 5

Fuel Pressure Sensor...................................... 41

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V

Valve Mechanism .............................................. 8

Valve Mechanism Cover.................................... 9

Vibration Damper and Pulley........................... 31

W

Water Pump..................................................... 24

Water Pump (Model PK9)................................ 26

Water Temperature Regulator ......................... 22

Water Temperature Regulator Housing..... 21–22

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