4-23. GEAR-LUBE AND OIL DISPENSERS - REPLACE.
This Task Covers:
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's: Automotive (Appendix B, Section III, Item 1)
Rags, wiping (Appendix E, Section II, Item 1).
Unit shut down and cool
Removal. (Refer to Figure 4-12.)
Compressed air may cause severe injury or death, if not used properly. Do not
disconnect air lines or components before first relieving the air-receiver tank
Close ball valve (1) at end of air-receiver tank (2).
Vent air pressure by opening valve (3) on reel cabinet assembly (4).
Vent air pressure by opening ball valve on gear lube pump (Reference para. 2-9.f.).
Care is needed when removing female swivels from gear lube meter and engine oil
meter, because lubricant and/or grease will come out of female swivels. A
container and wiping rags will be required.
Loosen female swivel (5) and remove gear lube meter (6)
Loosen female swivel (7) and remove engine oil meter (8) with reducing connector (9).
Remove reducing connector (9) from engine oil meter (8)
Join reducing connector (9) to engine oil meter (8).
Install engine oil meter (8) with reducing connector (9) onto female swivel (7) and tighten female swivel