15-4. LEFT CYLINDER HEAD REPAIR
This task covers:
General mechanics tool kit:
automotive (Appendix B, Item 1)
Gasket (Appendix G, Item 74)
Antiseize compound (Appendix C, Item 16)
Pipe sealing compound (Appendix C, Item 62)
l Fuel drain-back tube removed (pax-a. 3-38).
l Alternator/power steering mounting bracket
removed (para. 4-3).
l Left exhaust manifold removed (para. 3-57).
l I_.& intake manifold removed (para. 15-16).
l Water crossover removed (para. 3-79).
l Rocker arm shafts and pushrods removed
l Fuel injection return hoses removed (para. 3-37).
l Fuel injection nozzles removed (para. 16-3).
l Glow plugs removed (para. 3-391.
l Oil pressure sending unit removed (para. 4-29).
General Safety Instructions
Cylinder head must be supported during removal
Cylinder head must be supported during removal and installation.
Failure to support cylinder head may cause injury to personnel or
damage to equipment.
Disconnect harness lead 33B (5) from engine temperature sending unit (4).
Cover or plug all hoses, connections, and openings immediately
after disconnection to prevent contamination. Remove all covers or
plugs prior to connection.
Remove seventeen capscrews (2) from cylinder head (11 and cylinder block (6).
Remove cylinder head (1) and gasket (3) from cylinder block (6). Discard gasket (3).
For cylinder head (1) and valve repair procedures, notify general support (TM g-2815-237-34).
Extract broken portion of bolt (8) from cylinder head (1).
If threaded hole cannot be repaired, the left cylinder head can be
interchanged with the right cylinder head.
If threads are unserviceable, use threaded inserts to repair threaded hole (7) in cylinder head (1).