Tighten governor-to-blower bolts.
Affix a new gasket to weight housing cover (used governors only) and place cover in position. Install four
weight housing-to-control housing bolts with lock washers and tighten bolts.
Connect oil tube to restricted fitting on weight housing, or cover if installing used governor.
Refer to Figure 5-18 and position fuel rod over differential lever pin. Place a flat washer over pin and
secure it with a retainer.
Attach fuel rod to injector control tube lever with a pin and cotter pin.
Place a new gasket on governor control housing and mount governor cover on housing with the pin on
lever shaft registering with machined slot in differential lever as shown in Figure 5-18.
Secure cover to governor housing with three regular screws, one special screw and lock washers.
Hook torsion retraction spring to special cover screw and stop lever (Figure 6-15).
Perform an engine tune-up.
Section XII. Radiator and Hood
5-44 Radiator assembly inspection and repair. Inspection and Repair.
Inspect core for distortion or other damage; straighten any bent fins. Inspect all tubes to make sure
they are open.
Inspect top and bottom tanks for leaks, paying particular attention to seams.
Repair all leaks in core or tanks by soldering.
5-45 Radiator assembly test and installation
Install radiator cap and plug openings at upper and lower tanks, except overflow pipe.
Do not apply more than 15 pounds pressure, as serious damage could result.
Attach an air hose to overflow pipe and submerge radiator core assembly in a tank of water. Apply 10 to
15 pounds air pressure and watch for bubbles. The bubbles will indicate location and size of leaks.
Repair. Repair any leaks.