5-28. INJECTION PUMP (CONT)
General Safety Instructions
Diesel fuel is combustible and is an irritant to the eyes, skin, and respiratory
system. To avoid injury to personnel and explosion, extinguish all smoking
materials and do not allow sparks or open flame near the fuel tank or the fuel
system. Use skin and eye protection and work in a well-ventilated area.
Clean up fuel that spilled during fuel line removal or injury to personnel may result.
All fittings and openings must be capped or plugged immediately after opening to
prevent dirt, moisture, or other foreign material from entering the fuel system or
damage to equipment may result.
Remove hose clamp (1) and disconnect hose (2). Cap/plug hose.
Remove bolt (3), gasket (4), adapter bushing (5), and gasket (6) from injection pump (7). Discard gaskets.
Unscrew nut (8) and disconnect metallic tube (9) from injection pump (7) and nozzle. Cap/plug metallic tube.
Remove three bolts (10), injection pump (7), shim (11), and shims (12). Count and discard shims (12). Discard
Apply a thin coat of oil to both sides of shims (12).
Adjust cam lobe to lowest portion.
Install same quantity of shims (12) as removed and install shim (11).
Aline fuel control rod and slot on speed control lever and install injection pump (7) and three bolts (10). Using a
torque wrench, torque bolts (10) to 87 - 99 lb-in (9.9 - 11.2 Nm).