At the specified intervals, apply a few drops of engine oil to the distributor oil felt and apply an appropriate
lubricant, such as Lubriplate (COAZ-19584-A) at the pivot points of the throttle, governor and choke linkage.
If equipped with a tachometer, disconnect the distributor head connections and remove cable from housing. Coat
lightly with an appropriate lubricant such as Lubriplate (Ford part number COAZ-19584-A) or speedometer cable lubricant
(B5A-19581-A). Replace cable in housing and attach housing to distributor and tachometer head. Be sure that the ends of
the cable are firmly seated in their respective receptacles before starting the engine.
Perform this operation at specified intervals, and oftener if needle shows a tendency to fluctuate during operation.
While engine is running, treat upper cylinders by spraying N1-4834-A, Engine Preservative Oil (S.A.E. 10), or
equivalent into carburetor air intake for about two minutes. Open throttle for short burst of speed, shut off ignition and allo w
engine to come to a stop while continuing to spray M-4834-A into air intake.
Leave spark plugs in holes or seal spark plug holes with suitable threaded metal plugs and cover all openings into
engine with dust proof caps or shields.
Drain oil, water, and gasoline.
If engine is less transmission, spray flywheel and ring gear with mixture of one part M-4850, Anti-Rust Bodied Oil,
and one part M-4970, Stoddard Solvent, or equivalents.