FUEL INJECTION NOZZLES - CONTINUED
For more information on how to inspect parts, go to General Maintenance Instructions (page 2-137).
Replace defective parts as needed.
Look for cracks, bends, and breaks.
nozzle (1), three
clamps (2), and two
spacers (3 and 4)
All threaded parts
Look for damaged threads.
No open flames, welding, grinding, smoking, or use of heat producing devices permitted near fuel tank
and fuel lines during maintenance unless the fuel tank has been cleaned and purged of all flammable
liquids and vapors. Fuel burns easily and fumes are explosive. Keep battery disconnected. Failure to
observe these precautions could cause serious injury.
New washer (6)
a. Soak in 1-pint capacity container of
warm water until flexible.
b. Slide on.
Cylinder head (7)
Place in position.
a. Unplug cylinder head (7).
nozzle (1) with
b. Slide in.
b. Screw on and tighten until snug using
9/16-inch open-end wrench.'4,
c. Using 9/16-inch, 3/8-inch drive open-
end socket wrench crowfoot attachment,
5-inch extension, 112-inch female to
3/8-inch male socket wrench adapter,