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CAUTION a. Disassembly TM 9-2815-237-34 2-32.  FUEL  INJECTION  PUMP  REPAIR This  task  covers: a. Disassembly c.  Inspection b.  Cleaning d. Assembly INITIAL    SETUP: Tools General  mechanic’s  tool  kit: automotive  (Appendix  E,  Item  1) Special Tools Hex head driver, 5/32-in. (Appendix E, Item 55) Hex head driver, 1/8-in. (Appendix E, Item 56) Hex head driver, 5/16-in. (Appendix E, Item 9) Hex  head  driver,  1/4-in.  (Appendix  E,  Item  57) Torx  drive  (Appendix  E,  Item  42) End  cap  wrench  (Appendix  E,  Item  44) Holding  fixture  (Appendix  E,  Item  46) Governor weight support (Appendix E, Item 43) Drive  shaft  bearing  installer (Appendix  E,  Item  39) Drive  shaft  seal  installer  (Appendix  E,  Item  40) Roller-to-roller setting tool (Appendix E, Item 45) Throttle and shutoff shaft bushing (Appendix  E,  Item  41) Pilot  tube  mandrel  (Appendix  E,  Item  47) Delivery  valve  extractor  (Appendix  E,  Item  48) Material/Parts Overhaul kit (Appendix D, Item 27) Seven lockwashers (Appendix D, Item 25) Two  locknuts  (Appendix  D,  Item  24) Adjusting plug (Appendix D, Item 35) Valve  stop  (Appendix  D,  Item  53) Cap  (Appendix  D,  Item  4) Calibrating fluid (Appendix B, Item 4) Seal lubricant (Appendix, B Item 12) Sealing compound (Appendix B, Item 18) Lacquer thinner (Appendix B, Item 20) or  Acetone  (Appendix  B,  Item  2) Manual  References TM 9-2815-237-34P Equipment Condition Engine disassembled into subassemblies (para.  2-15). General  Safety  Instructions l Wear eyeshields when using compressed air. l Do not allow solvents to get on skin or clothing. l Compressed  air  for  cleaning  purpose  will  not exceed  30  psi  (207  kPa). NOTE The fuel injection pump repair procedures for pre-1990, 1990 and above 6.2L and 6.5L engines are basically the same. Difference in procedures are  noted.  Refer  to  para.  1-10  to  determine  engine  model  before  ordering replacement   parts. NOTE l Before  disassembly,  fuel  injection  pump  should  be  tested  (para.  2-33.c, 2-34.c,  or  2-35.c)  on  calibration  stand  to  determine  type  of  pump malfunction. l Do not disassemble fuel injection pump if no malfunction is found after preliminary   test. l Work area should be clean, well-ventilated, and free from blowing dirt and  dust. Fuel pump body must be thoroughly cleaned before disconnecting any attaching  components  to  prevent  foreign  particles  from  entering  pump. 2-86


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