3306 DIRECT INJECTION VEHICULAR ENGINE WITH NEW SCROLL FUEL – Fuel Injection Pump Housing And Governor

Remove Fuel Injection Pump Housing And Governor

Start By:

a. remove fuel injection lines


NOTICE

Keep all parts clean from contaminants. Contaminants put into the system may cause rapid wear and shortened component life.


1. Remove bolts (1) and fan guard (2).

2. loosen bolts (7), (9) and (10). Remove belts (8).

3. Remove bolt (4) to clip. Remove grease line (3).

4. Remove nuts (6). Remove cover (5) and the gasket.

5. Loosen bolt (12) enough to leave a gap of 3.18 mm (.125 in) between washers (11) and the fuel pump drive gear.

6. Install tooling (A) as shown. Tighten the stud to pull the fuel pump drive gear loose from the taper on the fuel injection pump camshaft.

7. Remove tooling (A), bolt (12), and washer (11).

8. Identify and disconnect wires (13).

9. Remove tube assemblies (15) and (18).

10. Remove two bolts (14), fuel transfer pump (17), and the O-ring seal.

11. Remove bolts (16), the filter base, the gasket, and filter (19).

12. Fasten the fuel injection pump housing and governor to a hoist.

13. Remove two bolts (22), three nuts (21), and the fuel injection pump housing and governor. The weight of the fuel injection pump housing and governor is 29 kg (64 lb).

14. Remove the two O-ring seals from the bottom of the fuel injection pump housing and governor.

15. Loosen screw (25). Remove two screws (26), control assembly (23) and spacers (24).

End By:

a. install fuel injection lines

Install Fuel Injection Pump Housing And Governor

Start By:

a. remove fuel injection lines

b. remove valve cover

NOTE: Number 1 piston must be set at top dead center (TDC) to perform all timing procedures.

NOTE: The engine is seen from the flywheel end when direction of the crankshaft rotation is given.

1. Remove the starter.

2. Install tooling (B) on flywheel housing as shown.

3. To find TDC for NO. 1 piston do the following:

a. turn the flywheel clockwise (opposite the direction of engine rotation) approximately 30 degrees. This removes all play from the timing gears.

NOTE: if you go past the bolt hole, you must repeat step (a).

b. Turn the flywheel counterclockwise until a 3/81/4 ” – 16 × 2 ” NC bolt (27) can be installed in the flywheel through the hole in the flywheel housing. The No. 1 and No. 6 pistons are now at top center position.

NOTE: The No. 1 piston is on the compression stroke when the valves of the No. 1 cylinder are closed. The rocker must be free to move up and down.

4. If No. 1 piston is not on the compression stroke, remove the 3/81/4 ” – 16 × 2 “ bolt (27) and turn the flywheel 360° counterclockwise. Install the 3/8 bolt as before. The No. 1 piston is now at TDC.

Typical Example

5. Install tooling (C) in the fuel injection pump housing as shown. Push on tooling (C) and turn injection pump camshaft (32). When tooling (C) engages the groove (slot) in the camshaft, the fuel injection pump is in the No. 1 piston TDC position.

6. Be sure O-ring seals (28), (29), (30) and (31) are in position on the fuel injection pump housing and governor. Put clean engine oil on the seals.

7. Place control assembly (23) and spacers (24) in position on the fuel injection pump housing and governor. Install screws (26) and tighten screw (25).

8. Attach a hoist and put the fuel injection pump housing and governor in position on the timing gear plate and oil manifold. Install three nuts (21) and two bolts (22).

9. Put the drive gear in position on the fuel injection pump and install washers (11) and bolt (12) finger tight. Be sure that tooling (C) is in the notch in the camshaft of the fuel injection pump.

10. Install a 3/81/2 ” – 24 × ” NC bolt in one of the holes in the drive gear.

11. Use a torque wrench to place a force of 68 N·m (50 lb ft) on the 3/8″ bolt while tightening the drive gear bolt to a torque of 270 ± 25 N·m (200 ± 18 lb ft). Remove tooling (C) from the fuel pump and the 3/81/4 ” – 16 × 2 “ bolt (27) from the flywheel.

12. With tooling (B), turn the engine flywheel two complete revolutions. When the 3/81/4 ” – 16 × 2 “ bolt goes in the hole in the flywheel when the timing pin is installed in the notch in the camshaft the timing is correct.

13. Remove tooling (B).

14. Put cover (31) and the gasket in position. Install four bolts (32).

15. Put the filter base, the gasket, and filter (19) in position. Install bolts (16).

16. Put fuel transfer pump (17) and the O-ring seal in position. Install two bolts (14).

17. Install tub assemblies (18) and (15). Connect wires (13).

18. Put the gasket and cover (5) in position. Install the washers and nuts (6) Install grease line (3) and bolt (4) to the clip.

19. Install belts (8). Use belt tension gauge and adjust the fan belts. Measure the belt farthest from the engine. Tighten new belts until gauge indication is 534 ± 22 N·m (120 ± 5 lb ft). Tighten bolt (7), bolt (9) and bolt (10). Operate the engine at high idle for a minimum of 30 minutes after step 18. Make another adjustment of the belt tension. The correct gauge indication for a used belt is 400 ± 44 N·m (90 ± 10 lb ft). Tighten bolt (7), (9) and (10).

20. Put fan guard (2) in position and install bolts (1).

End By:

a. install valve cover

b. install fuel injection lines


NOTICE

Perform Scheduled Oil Sampling after performing service work to check for fuel leakage and contaminants left in the system following repair. Contaminants put into the system may cause rapid wear and shortened component life.


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