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ARMY TM 9-2815-260-24 AIR FORCE TO 38G1-126-2 MARINE CORPS TM 09244A/09245A-24 4-44 CAUTION Excessive cranking on the engine using the starter can damage the starter.   Do not crank engine longer than 30 seconds at a time, with a two minute break in between cranking attempts.  Failure to comply could damage the starter. (10) Crank engine (without starting) using starter until oil pressure is within normal range. 4.4.2.   INTAKE MANIFOLD. NOTE The following procedures require complete access to the engine.  If necessary, remove engine from generator set, refer to TM 9-6115-672-14.   Mount engine on repair stand (NSN 4910-01-016-1835 or equal) as outlined in paragraph 4.10. a.     Removal. (1) Thoroughly clean outside surface of intake manifold and surrounding area. (2) Remove crankcase breather assembly. Refer to TM 9-6115-672-14. (3) Loosen hose clamps (1, Figure 3-7) and slide hose (2) down intake manifold (4), clear of turbocharger. (4) Remove capscrews (3), intake manifold (4), and gasket (5).  Discard gasket. (5) Remove hose (2) and hose clamps (1) (6) Cover all openings to prevent entry of foreign material. b.    Inspection. (1) Remove intake manifold, refer to step a. (2) Inspect intake manifold (4, Figure 3-7) for cracks or damage.  Inspect machined mounting surface for burrs or other defects which might prevent gasket (5) from sealing properly.  Replace as needed. c.     Replacement. (1) Remove intake manifold, refer to step a. (2) Inspect intake manifold, refer to step b.  Replace intake manifold if damaged. (3) For installation of intake manifold, refer to step d.


 


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