(e) Using a forklift of at least 10-ton capacity, lift engine off skid base and place engine on a suitable engine stand.
CLEAR AREA OF PERSONNEL AND OTHER EQUIPMENT WHEN ATTEMPTING TO LIFT THE
If engine will be installed with an overhead crane or hoist, proceed as follows:
(a) Remove housing roof panels and silencer frame tie bar and support tie bar and support if these components
were installed after engine removal.
OVERHEAD OPERATIONS HAVE INHERENT HAZARDS THAT CANNOT BE MECHANICALLY
SAFEGUARDED. HARD HATS AND SAFETY SHOES ARE REQUIRED.
(b) Attach a suitable lifting device of at least 10-ton capacity to the engine hoist brackets.
LIFTING DEVICES, CABLES, AND/OR CHAINS SHOULD BE INSPECTED FOR DETERIORATION
OR DAMAGE BEFORE USE. A STABILIZING TETHER SHOULD BE ATTACHED BETWEEN THE
ENGINE AND LIFTING HOOK FOR ADDED SAFETY AND STABILIZATION WHEN LIFTING THE
(c) Position engine on skid base and couple engine to generator. Align in accordance with paragraph 11-5 b(2).
(d) Reinstall housing roof panels and silencer frame tie bar.
If engine will be installed with a forklift proceed as follows:
(a) Remove housing roof panels, side panels and doors, and vertical support frames if these components were
reinstalled after engine removal.
(b) Using a forklift of at least 10-ton capacity, mount engine on skid base and align with generator in accordance
with paragraph 11-5 b(2).
(c) Reinstall housing roof panels, side panels and doors, and vertical support frames.
Secure engine with engine mounting bolts.
Install radiator fan motor and fan belts as required.
Reconnect fuel lines, coolant hoses, and all electrical wiring harness connections. Remove wire tags after
Connect hoses to air cleaners, air shutoff valves, and turbochargers.
Connect exhaust breather pipes.
Replace coolant and fill to proper level check for leaks
Fill engine crankcase with proper lubricant. Check dipstick level at crankcase and governor pump.