CONNECTING RODS, PISTONS, RINGS & SLEEVES
Operate engine at full load and rated
speed for specific application. *Time
required: 20-25 minutes.
Recheck for lube oil, air and water
leaks. Inspect and replace oil filters if
Retorque cylinder head bolts, check
valve lash (Section 3) and reset if
Set pump; then continue to operate
engine at full load and rated speed to
complete a minimum of 60 minutes
total running time. The full load portion
of this step must NOT be less than 10
NOTE: Engine temperature should be stabilized
before cylinder head is retorqued or valve lash
adjustment is done. It is not necessary to change oil
after this run-in schedule. Change oil at the next
scheduled change period.
Prime the Lubricating System as follows:
Hand lubricate the various running parts,
when assembling the over-hauled engine, with
clean engine oil.
Pressure prime the lubrication system with
oil, prior to starting, as follows:
Using Oil Leak Detector SE- 1632
attach the line from the oil leak
detector to the oil cooler at the pipe
*Refer to Performance Data Guidelines found in
Diagnostic Manuals - ISS-1526-3, CG ES-240-2, GSS-
140 and GSS-1482.
Inject sufficient oil into the engine to fill the
oil filters and charge the entire system.
NOTE: If oil enters the engine at other than the
cooler, oil will be blocked by the oil filter and will not
flow to the lube oil pump.
DO NOT rotate any diesel engine
when priming with oil; otherwise, they
are likely to start running.
After priming, check oil level before the
engine is put back into service. Fill
only in accordance with Operators
Follow steps 12b, 1 through 4, for new
or overhauled engines which have
been in storage over an extended
period of time. This will minimize the
possibility of scuffing or heat buildup in
the running components which could
lead to immediate or low mileage
NOTE: Order Oil Leak Detector SE-1632 from:
Federal Mogul Service Co.
600 West Chicago Street
Coldwater, Michigan 49036
Attention: Special Order Dept.
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