CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_162Figure 1-1. Major Components of ROWPU Barge Systems and Equipment - Deckhouse Roof (Sheet 1 of 3) - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_163Figure 1-1. Major Components of ROWPU Barge Systems and Equipment - Deckhouse Sheet 2 of 3)Figure 1-1. Major Components of ROWPU Barge Systems and Equipment - Voids (Sheet 3 of 3) - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_165Section II. Description and data Figure 1-2. Winch Assembly Right Side View.Figure 1-3. Winch Assembly Top View.Engine.Voltage Regulator. Adjustment Data.Table 1-1. Specifications, New Clearances and Wear Limits Specifications, New Clearances and Wear Limits - Continued . Specifications, New Clearances and Wear Limits - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_174 Specifications, New Clearances and Wear Limits - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_175 Specifications, New Clearances and Wear Limits - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_176Table 1-2. Diesel Engine Spring Specifications Table 1-3. Torque Data (Continued) Table 1-4. Pipe Plug Torque Data CHAPTER 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_180Figure 2-1. Engine Instruments. Figure 2-2. Winch Controls. Stopping the diesel engine.Operating Speed.Figure 2-3. Fleet Angle.Section II. Operation Under Unusual ConditionsOperation in dusty or sandy areas - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_187CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR/CREW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Figure 3-1. Lubrication Chart (Sheet 1 of 4).Figure 3-1. Lubrication Chart (Sheet 2 of 4).Figure 3-1. Lubrication Chart (Sheet 3 of 4). Figure 3-1. Lubrication Chart (Sheet 4 of 4). Table 3-2. Operator/Crew TroubleshootingOperator/Crew Troubleshooting - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_194Operator/Crew Troubleshooting - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_195Operator/Crew Troubleshooting - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_196Operator/Crew Troubleshooting - Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_197Section IV. Maintenance Procedures - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_198Fuel Filter. Service the fuel filterOil Filter Service.Fan drive belt.Front and rear winch drum brake adjustmentFigure 3-7. Front and Rear Brake Drum Adjustment.Drum clutch adjustmentRelease air pressure on air chamber.CHAPTER 4 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_206Figure 4-1. Mounting Dimensions - Winch to Skid.Battery. Figure 4-2. Battery Installation.Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE Figure 4-3. Hoisting Sling. Section IV. Organizational Maintenance Troubleshooting Table 4-1. Organizational Maintenance Troubleshooting -Continued Organizational Maintenance Troubleshooting -Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_214Organizational Maintenance Troubleshooting -Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_215Organizational Maintenance Troubleshooting -Continued - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_216Figure 4-4. Thermostat Removal and Installation. Engine Fan Guard Section VI. Maintenance Of Winch Figure 4-5. Gear Guard Removal and Installation. Drive Chain Case Figure 4-6. Drive Chain Case Removal and Installation (1 of 2). Section VII. Maintenance Of BrakeFigure 4-7. Drum Brake Assembly. Drum Brake Installation CHAPTER 5 DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_226Table 5-1. Direct Support Maintenance Troubleshooting - Continued Direct Support Maintenance Troubleshooting - Continued Section III. General Maintenance Instructions General inspection instructions Section IV. Removal and Installation of Major Components and Assemblies Engine assembly removal and installation Figure 5-1. Torque Converter Removal and Installation. Torque converter installation Section V. Removal, Repair and Installation of Chain Drive Components Figure 5-2. Chain Drive Mechanism.Section VI. Winch Shafts Removal and Installation Winch drive shaft installation Figure 5-3. Winch Drive Shaft.Figure 5-4. Winch Drum Assembly. Drum and drum shaft installation Section VII. Alternator and Voltage Regulator Figure 5-5. Delcotron Alternator Cross Section (2 of 2). Figure 5-6. Delcotron Alternator Internal Wiring Diagram. Disassembly - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_245Figure 5-7. Delcotron Alternator Illustrated Parts.Alternator and voltage regulator inspection and repairSection VIII. Starting Motor and SolenoidFigure 5-8. Starting MotorStarting motor cleaning, inspection and repair Figure 5-9. Starting Motor Illustrated Parts. Section IX. Fuel Injectors Figure 5-10. Fuel Injector (Sheet 1 of 2). Figure 5-10. Fuel injector (Sheet 2 of 2). Fuel injector timingFigure 5-11. Fuel Injector Timing. Figure 5-12. Fuel Injector Removal and Installation. Test. Figure 5-13. Injector Installed in Tester (1 of 3) Valve Holding Pressure Test. Fuel Output Test -cont Fuel injector cleaning, inspection and repair Fuel injector cleaning, inspection and repair -cont - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_263Fuel injector cleaning, inspection and repair -cont - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_264Fuel injector reassembly and installation Plunger and FollowerFigure 5-14. Checking Injector Spray Tip Concentricity. Installation - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_268Section X. Fuel Pump and Fuel Filters Figure 5-15. Fuel Pump Removal and Installation.Figure 5-16. Fuel Pump Disassembly and Reassembly. Figure 5-17. Fuel Pump Seal Removal (Sheet 1 of 2).Figure 5-17. Fuel Pump Seal Installation (Sheet 2 or 2).Fuel pump reassembly and installationSection XI. Variable Speed Governor Figure 5-18. Variable Speed Mechanical Governor. (1 of 2) Figure 5-18. Variable Speed Governor Mount. (2 of 2) Governor adjustment - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_278Figure 5-19. Governor Cover Details. Idle Speed Adjustment. Governor removal and disassembly Figure 5-20. Governor Control Housing. Section XII. Radiator and Hood Figure 5-21. Radiator Disassembly and Reassembly. Section XIII. Water Pump and Fan Figure 5-22. Water Pump Disassembly and Reassembly. Fan assembly, disassembly Section XIV. Oil Cooler and Oil FilterOil cooler cleaning, test, inspection, and repairFigure 5-24. Oil Cooler Disassembly and Reassembly.Oil cooler reassembly and installationSection XV. Air Shutdown Housing and BlowerFigure 5-25. Blower Installation. Blower removal and disassembly Blower drive coupling, removal and disassemblyFigure 5-26. Cam Followers and Cylinder Head.Rocker arm and cam follower removal and disassemblyFigure 5-27. Rocker Arm Shaft Bracket.Figure 5-28. Cam Follower Disassembly and Reassembly. Rocker arm and cam follower cleaning, Inspection, and repair Rocker arm and cam follower reassembly and installationRocker arm and valve adjustment Figure 5-29. Valve Adjustment. Cylinder head, removal and disassembly Figure 5-30. Cylinder Head Plugs and Studs. Figure 5-31. Cylinder Head Bolt Tightening Sequence. Section XVII. Oil Pan Section XVIII. Flywheel and Flywheel Housing Figure 5-33. Flywheel Removal and Installation. Flywheel cleaning, inspection, and repair Flywheel housing, removal and disassembly Figure 5-34. Flywheel housing removal and installation. Install flywheelFigure 5-35. Flywheel Housing Bolt Tightening Sequence. Section XIX. Torque Converter Assembly Figure 5-36. Diesel Fuel Piping System. Figure 5-37. Torque Converter Assembly. Torque converter installationClutch assembly removal and inspection Figure 5-38. Fluid Line Installation. Clutch assembly Inspection and repair Figure 5-39. Clutch Assembly Removal. Figure 5-40. Clutch Assembly. Figure 5-41. Clutch Assembly Disassembly and Reassembly. Section XX. Winch Drive Shaft and Drum Assemblies Repair Instructions Section XXI. Drive Shafts and Drums Figure 5-42. Drive Shaft Disassembly and Reassembly. Winch drive shaft reassembly and installation Winch drum removal Figure 5-43. Winch Drum Disassembly and Reassembly. Shaft and bearings inspection and repair Section XXII. Drum Brakes Figure 5-44. Drum Brake Assembly. Figure 5-45. Brake Band Assembly. Brake band inspection and repair Figure 5-46. Brake Acutating Arm Assembly and Disassembly. Section XXIII. Clutches Clutch disassembly Figure 5-47. Drum Clutch.Drum reassembly and installationSection XXIV. Winch Head Drive and Guide Removal, Inspection, Repair and InstallationFigure 5-48. Winch Head Disassembly and Reassembly.Winch head shaft assembly InstallationWinch head guide removal, repair and reassembly CHAPTER 6 GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONSTable 6-1. General Support Maintenance TroubleshootingGeneral Support Maintenance Troubleshooting - ContinuedGovemor disassemblyFigure 6-1. Governor Cover Details. Figure 6-2. Governor Control Housing. Figure 6-3. Removing Variable Speed Spring Plunger Guide. Figure 6-4. Governor Weight Housing Details. Governor cleaning, inspection and repairFigure 6-6. Variable Speed Spring Housing and Shaft Details. (1 of 2) Figure 6-6. Cross Section of Governor Variable Speed Spring Housings. (2 of 2) Figure 6-7. Installing Speed Control Shaft Bearings in Spring Housing. Governor control housing reassemblyVariable speed spring housing reassemblyVariable speed spring housing to control housing reassembly Section V. Air Shutdown Housing and Blower Figure 6-8. Blower Assembly and Disassembly. Remove blower rotor timing gearsBlower cleaning, Inspection and repair Install ring type oil seal, carriers, and collars on rotor shafts and in end platesFigure 6-9. Installing Oil Sealring Carrier On Rotor. Install blower front endplateInstall blower rotor shaft bearings and gearsInstall blower rotor timing gearsFigure 6-10. Blower Rotor ClearancesTiming Blower Rotors.Section VI. Rocker Arms and Cylinder Head Figure 6-11. Cam Followers and Cylinder Head. Figure 6-12. Fuel Injector Control Tube Removal. Figure 6-13. Exhaust Valve Guide Removal. Figure 6-14. Exhaust Valve Seat Removal. Cylinder head cleaning test, inspection and repair Cylinder head reassembly and installation Figure 6-15. Cylinder Head Plugs and Studs. Figure 6-16. Valve Guide Installation. Exhaust Valves Figure 6-17. Valve Seat Grinding Specifications. Figure 6-18. Cam Follower Disassembly and Reassembly. Ream bevel seat in injector tubeFigure 6-19. Injector Tube Clearance/ReamingSection VII. Oil Pan and Oil Pump Figure 6-20. Rocker Arm Shaft Bracket. Figure 6-21. Engine Oil Pump Disassembly and Reassembly. Oil pump cleaning, inspection and repair Figure 6-22. Engine Front Cover Installation. Section VIII. Engine Front Cover, Camshaft, Balance Shaft, and Timing Gears Figure 6-23. Gear Train. Camshaft and balance shaft removal and disassembly Camshaft and balance shaft cleaning, inspection and repair Camshaft and balance shaft bearing removal and repair Camshaft and balance shaft bearing installation Figure 6-25. Camshaft and Balance Shaft Assembly. Camshaft and balance shaft reassembly and installation Gear train removal and disassembly Gear train cleaning, inspection and repair Gear train reassembly and installation Section IX. Pistons, Connecting Rod and Cylinder Liners Piston and connecting rod removal and disassembly Piston and connecting rod cleaning, inspection and repairFit pistons in cylinder linersFigure 6-28. Connecting Rod Magnetic Particle Inspection Lines.Replace piston pin bushing and spray nozzlePiston and connecting rod, reassembly and installationInstallation - TM-55-1930-209-14P-21_408Cylinder liner removal Cylinder liner installationFigure 6-29. Cylinder Liner Dimensional Inspection. Cylinder liner installation -contSection X. Crankshaft and Main Bearings Crankshaft and main bearing cleaning, inspection and repair Figure 6-30. Crankshaft Assembly. Crankshaft and main bearing cleaning, inspection and repair -contCrankshaft and main bearing reassembly and installationCrankshaft and main bearing reassembly and installation -contSection XI. Cylinder Block and Engine End Plates Cylinder block and end plates removal and disassembly Inspection and repair Cylinder block and endplates reassembly and installation Figure 6-33. Cylinder Block and End Plates. Section XII. Torque Converter Disassembly, Inspection and Repair Figure 6-34. Torque Converter Assembly. Torque converter inspection Figure 6-35. Seal Carrier Assembly.Torque converter reassembly Install turbine wheel and output shaft in housing Install impeller and input shaft in clutch housing Figure 6-36. Fluid Line Installation. Section XIII. Winch Frame Air compressor Figure 6-37. Air Compressor Disassembly and Reassembly. Air distribution Figure 6-38. Air Distribution Compression and Storage. Figure 6-39. Winch Control Panel.