Install hose (24) by attaching clamps (22)
and securing to pipe connection (23).
Install hose (16) by attaching fittings (15) to
reducers (18), then install clamp (13).
Install hose (12) by attaching fittings (11) to
Install hose (8) by attaching to radiator
assembly. Secure with clamps (3, 4, 6, and
Section XVIII. MAINTENANCE OF FUEL LINES AND FITTINGS
FUEL LINES. The generator set fuel lines
(figure 4-29) are hose assemblies connecting the fuel
tank and fuel transfer pump, and the engine.
Visually inspect all lines and fittings for leakage or
deformity, signs of rot or physical damage.
Inspect screen which is welded inside filler neck
assembly (47) for tears or damage.
Replace defective lines and fittings as follows:
supporting defective hose assemblies to the
assembly from adapters, tees, etc. as
Separate defective lines or fittings from
Install new lines or fittings onto assembly.
Install hose assemblies using spring clamps
or attaching hardware (fittings).
Install clamps securing hose assembly to
Recycle fuel if not contaminated in any way.
Section XIX. MAINTENANCE OF ENGINE PREHEAT
ENGINE PREHEAT. The engine preheat
assembly (see figure 4-30) is mounted to the base
assembly under the forward end of the engine. The
preheat system maintains the engine in a preheated,
ready-to-start condition by heating the coolant and oil.
This requires an external power source.
Inspection. Inspect thermostatic switch S30 (25,
figure 4-30), heaters H101, H102, H103 (18) and
(53 and heater power control contactor K109 (54,
figure 4-12) for loose mounting, loose electrical
connections, loose hose assemblies and general
signs of overheating. Inspect hose assemblies for
loose connections, leakage, wear or rotting.
Thermostatic switch S30 (13,.figure 4-30).
Close both shutoff cocks (4).
instrument (thermocouple) as close to
Switch on heater system. Observe
that heater system automatic- ally
turns off when temperature measuring