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ARMY   TM   9-2805-262-14 AIR  FORCE  TO  38G2-90-1 NAVY   NAVFAC   P-8-613-14E Table 5-1. Direct Support Troubleshooting Procedures (cont). Malfunction Test  or  Inspection Corrective   Action Step 2. inspect and test coil. Replace defective coil (para.5-17). Step 3. Check for cracked cylinder head and or leaky gasket. Replace cracked or otherwise damaged cylinder head (para.5-7). Step 4. Check intake and exhaust valve for damage or excessive wear. Replace damaged valve (para.5-10). Step 5. Check piston and piston rings for damage or excessive wear. Replace  damaged  or  worn  piston  and  rings  (para.  5-22). 3.  ENGINE  OIL  CONSUMPTION  EXCESSIVE. Check  piston  and  piston  rings  for  wear. Replace worn or damaged piston and piston rings (para.5-22). 4.  ENGINE  RUNS  EXCESSIVELY  NOISY. Step 1. Check valve mechanism for bent or otherwise damaged components. Replace  worn  or  damaged  components  (para.5-7). Step 2. Check piston and connecting rod for wear. Replace  a  worn  piston  or  connecting  rod  (para.5-22). 5. ENGINE WILL NOT START OR RUNS ERRATICALLY MODEL 4A032-3, -4 NOTE The following procedures can be performed with either a digital or analog multimeter refer  to  figure  5-26  for  wiring  diagram  of  electronic  ignition  system. Step 1. Check low voltage and high tension cable ends for looseness. Tighten  any  loose  connections. 5-3


 


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