FUEL INJECTION NOZZLE REPLACE/REPAIR
Carbon-Removing Compound is mildly toxic. Compound evaporates
and fumes should not be inhaled. Continued contact with compound
can cause skin problems.
Avoid inhalation of fumes. Provide adequate ventilation.
Avoid contact with skin.
Use goggles, rubber gloves, and rubber apron
If compound is splashed on skin, flush with fresh water and wash
with alcohol. Alcohol containing 2 to 3 percent camphor is
Do not use sharp tools, wire brushes or abrasive materials to clean the
nozzle valve or nozzle body. Do not clean orifices with cleaning wire
as this method will distort nozzle orifices and also may block opening
due to wire breakage.
1. Soak nozzle valve (27) and nozzle body (28) in carbon removing compound (item 7,
WP 0173) to remove major carbon deposits. Remaining carbon deposits should be removed
using a soft cloth (item 10, WP 0173) or felt pad.
2. Make sure spray orifices in nozzle tip (26) are clear.
Be sure hands are kept free from accumulation of grease which will
cause collection of dust and grit on parts.
3. Clean all remaining nozzle components in accordance with procedures in Work Package 0028.
4. Cover or wrap all parts after cleaning to protect them from dirt accumulation.
WP 0114 00-10