2-8. CLEANING AIR CLEANER FILTER
c. Clean filter pin (l), retainer (2), and filter housing (4)
with dry cleaning solvent (Item 16, Appendix E) and
allow to dry
d. Install filter pin (1) and filter (3) in filter housing (4)
with retainer (2).
DISCONNECTING AND CONNECT-
ing SPARK PLUG.
Refer to Figure 2-5, Dlsconnecting and Con-
necting Spark Plug.
Spark plug must be disconnected while per-
forming any maintenance procedures.
DISCONNECTING SPARK PLUG
Remove terminal (1) from spark plug (2).
CONNECTING SPARK PLUG
Install terminal (1) on spark plug (2).
Figure 2-5. Disconnecting and
Connecting Spark Plug.
2-10. DRAINING AND FILLING FUEL SYS-
DO NOT smoke when handling fuel contain-
ers or when located within 50 ft (15.3 m) of
fueling or fuel storage areas. Failure to fol-
low this warning may cause a fire and explo-
sion, resulting In serious Injury or death to
DO NOT breathe fuel fumes. They are toxic
and can cause serious medical problems.
Failure to follow this warning may result in
serious Injury or death to personnel.
Give IMMEDIATE medical attention to per-
sonnel exposed to hydrocarbon or toxic
vapors. Signs of distress are weakness, nau-
sea, coughing or intoxication, nosebleed or
cramps, or other unusual symptoms. Quali-
fied personnel able to administer artificial
respiration and simple first aid must be pres-
Refer to Figure 2-6, Draining and Filling Fuel
A suitable container should be used to catch
any draining fuel. Ensure that all spills are
DRAINING FUEL SYSTEM
a. Close fuel valve (3).
b. Remove fuel tank cap (1) from fuel tank (2).
c. Slide clamp (4) back on fuel line (5) and remove fuel
line from fuel valve (3).