Relieve air from air-receiver tank (4) by turning condensate removal valve handle (5) to "open".
Be sure all air pressure has been released before proceeding. Check this by
reading the air pressure gauge on the control panel.
Remove braided steel hose (6) at check valve (7).
Disconnect air tubing (8) at elbow fitting on the check valve (7)
Remove four bolts (9), four nuts (10), and eight washers (11) at base of air compressor (2).
Drain air compressor oil before unscrewing the drain valve.
Loosen hose clamp (12) and slide down on hose (13).
Remove hose (13) from drain valve (3)
Unscrew drain valve (3) from elbow (14)
Remove elbow (14), nipple (15) and bushing (16) from air compressor (2)
Use caution when removing the air compressor It is bulky and heavy Two people
are needed to remove air compressor.
Lift air compressor (2) from air-receiver tank (4).
Before installation wrap threads on drain valve, nipple and bushing with Teflon
Clean mounting surface of air-receiver tank (4) area before replacing air compressor (2)
Carefully place air compressor (2) onto mount area, on air-receiver tank (4)
Align holes on base of air compressor (2) with mount area of air-receiver tank (4). Install two nearest bolts (9),
that is two bolts on the side of compressor farthest from engine, with two washers (11) and two nuts (10). Slightly
Install J-bolt (17) onto belt adjustment bracket (18)
Install nut (19), onto J-bolt (17).
Slide J-bolt (17) with belt adjustment bracket (18) attached through hole in platform on air-receiver tank (4).