AIR TANK - REPLACE.
This Task Covers:
Tools and Test Equipment Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's- Automotive (Appendix B, Section II, Item 1)
Dry cleaning solvent (Appendix E, Section II, Item 3)
Teflon Tape (Appendix E, Section II, Item 7).
Nut, self-locking (Appendix H, Section II, Item 48)
Unit shut down and cool.
Enclosure Removed (para. 4-13).
Belts Removed (para 4-31)
Control Panel and Throttle Removed (para. 4-30).
Diesel Engine Removed (para 4-39).
Shut Off Valve Removed (para 4-35).
Unloader Valve Removed (para 4-38)
Pressure Relief Valve Removed (para. 4-36).
Ball Valve Removed (para 4-37).
Plumbing Removed (para 4-33)
Air Pump Removed (para. 4-34)
Compressed air may cause severe injury or death. Do not disconnect air hose
assemblies or components before first relieving pressure from the air-receiver tank
Removal. (Refer to figure 5-10).
Disconnect air tubing (1) from elbow push-in fitting (2) Remove elbow push-in fitting (2) from air-receiver
Remove hex nipple (4) and hose assembly (5) from side of air-receiver tank (3).
Remove swivel adapter (6) and hose assembly (7) from hex bushing (8).
Remove hex bushing (9) and remaining fittings from air-receiver tank (3).
Remove four self-locking nuts (10), four washers (11) from bottom of skid weldment (12). Discard four self-
Remove four hex head-cap screws (13), four washers (14), and four vibration isolator washers (15).