TURBOCHARGER - CONTINUED
Do not use glassbeading or sandblasting cleaning methods on parts to remove nearby
deposits of carbon or glazed carbon. Serious damage to parts will occur.
Do not use chemical or caustic solutions or solvents that may damage aluminum or
aluminum alloy parts. Serious damage to parts will occur.
Do not use wire brushes or stiff-bristle brushes on turbocharger parts for cleaning. Wire
or stiff-bristle brushes will cause serious damage to parts.
Place all parts in parts cleaner for
soaking. Keep parts separated and do
not stack parts.
Using a soft-bristle brush, brush heavy
carbon and dirt deposits from parts.
Pump parts cleaner fluid through oil
passages to flush out loose particles of
dirt or carbon.
Drain off parts and steam clean thor-
oughly. Make sure oil passages are
See General Maintenance instruc-
tions, page 2-3 for cleaning
Blow off excess water and dry parts
thoroughly using moisture free com-
Move parts to clean and dry area for inspection and assembly procedures. Do not stack
or bump parts together. Damage to parts may occur.