Table 9-3. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Electrical Power Systems(Continued)
B - Before
D - During
A - After
H - Hourly Interval
CHECK FOR AND HAVE
IS NOT READY/
REPAIRED OR ADJUSTED
B D A
Plug flexible utility hose from bilge
pump into quick-disconnect connec-
tion below oil dipstick. Open engine oil
drain valve (BD16 or BD17). Set bilge
drain valves as follows:
(a) Open valves BD7 and BD11.
(b) Close valves BD1 thru BD6, BD8
thru BD10, and BD14.
Start bilge pump.
When oil has been pumped out of
crankcase, close valves BD16 or
BD17. Disconnect bilge utility hose
and clean any oil spills. Drain and
clean bilge utility hose before storing.
Above oil dipstick, unscrew cylindrical
oil filter element by turning from right
to left. Discard old filter element.
Clean oil filter housing and lip where
oil filter element fits into housing.
Make sure all of old gasket is removed
and gasket seat on housing is clean.
Lubricate new gasket with clean oil
and place on seat of new filter ele-
ment. Screw on new filter element
until gasket contacts base of filter
housing. Hand tighten filter an addi-
tional 3/4 turn.
10) Fill engine with 7.3 gal of lubricating oil
that meets engine service classifica-
tion CD (MIL-L-2104) or CD/TO-2. For
operating in normal temperatures, use
SAE 15W40. If temperature in the
voids consistently exceeds 120 F,
use SAE 40. Filler cap is above oil fil-
ter and at the accessory end of the
11) Start engine and run for 5 minutes at
idle. Shut down and check oil level.
Top off if necessary.