PUMP-ENGINE MODULE (Continued)
Stop engine and allow to cool.
w. Remove the air intake filter and stow in the storage module. Install dust cap on intake manifold.
Disconnect the exhaust line, remove all fuel and electrical lines from engine module, and remove engine
module from pump-engine module.
Drain oil from engine crankcase and dispose of in accordance with local SOP.
Remove engine oil filter. Dispose of oil filter in accordance with local SOP.
aa. Install new engine oil filter and fill crankcase with 1.7 qt (1.6 l) MIL-PRF-21260, PE 15W-40 preservative oil
ab. Spray MIL-PRF-21260E, grade PE-10 (WP 0116, Item 18) in the intake and exhaust manifolds.
ac. Thoroughly clean all external engine surfaces with MIL-PRF-680 degreasing solvent (WP 0116, Item 13).
ad. Reinstall flexible coupling on fuel transfer pump shaft.
ae. Install engine module in pump engine module. Reconnect exhaust line and all fuel lines and electrical cables.
Preparation for long term storage IAW 1.a through 1.ae above.
Prepare for short term storage.
Inspect every six months for rust or corrosion. Clean as required.
Preparation for Use After Storage/Shipment
Before placing in service, clean all unpainted surfaces with MIL-PRF-680 (WP 0116, Item 13).
Check engine crankcase oil level. Replenish as required with SAE 15W-40 lubricating oil (WP 0116, Item 17).
Add fuel (JP8) to fuel tank.
Ensure cap is installed on intake manifold air inlet to choke air and ensure engine does not start.
Connect accessory module cables to pump engine module.
At the accessory module control panel, briefly engage start switch (to bump over engine). Repeat this action two or
three times to ensure engine rotates freely.
Install engine air intake filter on intake manifold.
Start and run engine for several minutes, checking for oil leaks. Repair any leaks before placing engine in service.