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ARMY TM 9-2815-257-24 AIR FORCE TO 38G1-128-2 MARINE CORPS TM 10155A/2815-24/3 2-4 2-4.  ENGINE LUBRICATION.  (Figure 2-2) a.     Engine lubrication is controlled by a crankshaft driven oil pump (11, Figure 2-2).  The oil pump is housed in the engine crankcase and supplies all oil to lubricate and cool high friction internal components.  The crankcase acts as the oil sump, since a separate oil pan does not exist.  The oil pump draws oil from the oil sump  through  an  oil  filter  (7).    After  the  oil  passes  through  the  filter,  it  is  carried  through  oil  passages  to lubricate the crankshaft and camshaft bearings. b.    Oil  level  in  the  crankcase  is  measured  using  a  gauge  attached  to  the  oil  fill  cap.   Markings  on  the gauge indicate the amount of oil in the engine.  An engine drain plug allows the engine oil to be drained to a pan during servicing. Section II.  OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Diesel  engine  assembly  operating  instructions  are  not  provided  in  this  manual.    Refer  to  the  end  item Operator’s Manual for detailed operating instructions.


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