OIL FILTER-ENGINE (Auxiliary)
If your vehicle is equipped with an auxiliary oil filter it
has a replaceable element. Proper maintenance and
frequent element replacement will enable the oil filter to
NOTE: Be sure the oil level in the crankcase is
maintain clean lubrication and extend engine life.
between the "L" (Low) and "H" (High) marks on the
Keep oil level as near the high level mark / as
possible. Never operate an engine with oil level below
low level mark.
ENGINE AIR CLEANER (Dry Type)
The dry type air cleaner employs a dual dry system,
combining a centrifugal cleaning stage with a special
Check oil level 15 minutes or more after engine is shut
Do not use oil. Refer to the lubrication instructions
When checking the oil level, the dipstick must be
withdrawn and wiped clean, then inserted all the way
NOTE: Operator must cover air cleaner air intake
and again withdrawn for a true reading.
opening when servicing chassis to prevent dirt or
foreign matter entering.
Never check the oil level with the engine running as an
inaccurate reading will be obtained.
CHANGE FUEL FILTER ELEMENT
Use only a good grade and proper viscosity engine oil.
1. Remove drain plug from bottom of filter case
and drain contents.
2. Loosen bolt at top of fuel filter. Take out dirty
element, clean filter case and install a new element.
3. Fill filter case with clean fuel to aid in faster pick-
up of fuel. Install a new gasket in filter head and
assemble case and element. Tighten center bolt to 20 to
25 ft-lbs (2.8 to 3.5 kgm) with a torque wrench.
CLEAN FUEL PUMP SCREEN AND MAGNET
1. Loosen and remove cap at top of fuel pump.
Remove spring. Lift out filter screen assembly.