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4-60 ARMY   TM   9-2805-262-14 AIR  FORCE  TO  38G2-90-1 NAVY   NAVFAC   P-8-613-14E 4-34. Cylinder Head Cover, Internal Cover, and Baffles. This  task  covers: a. Removal b. Repair c.   Installation INITIAL   SETUP Tools Equipment   Condition. General  Mechanic’s  Tool  Kit  (Item  1,  Appendix  B) Rocker  box  covers  removed  (para.  4-32). Air cleaner removed when removing left side cylinder Materials/Parts head cover, internal cover and baffles (para. 4-14). Rags,  Wiping  (Item  7, Appendix  D) Solvent,  Drycleaning  (Item  8,  Appendix  D) NOTE The procedures to remove, repair and install the cylinder covers, internal covers, and baffles are the same for left and right sides. The following procedures depict the right hand side. a. Removal. (figure 4-28) (1) Loosen connector nuts (1), tag and remove high tension cables (2) from spark plugs (3). NOTE When removing cylinder head cover, internal cover, and baffles on engines equipped with breakerless ignition system, two of the three screws securing cylinder head covers secure ignition control unit. After removing those two screws, move ignition control unit out of way. Make  note  of  placement  of  loop  clamps  securing  high  tension  cables. (2) Remove three screws (4), and washers (5) securing cylinder head cover (6), internal cover (7), and remove  cylinder  head  cover  (6)  and  internal  cover  (7). (3) Remove spring (8) and remove baffle (9). b.   Repair. WARNING Drycleaning solvent PD-680 used to clean parts is potentially dangerous to personnel and property. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Do not use near open flame or excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is  100°F-138°F (38°C-60°C). (1) Clean all parts in dry cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Repair all dents, and repaint parts as needed,


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