Section VIII GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (Continued)
1-77 CLEANING (Cont)
4. Specific Parts (Cont)
Do not brush nozzles without air
pressure as small carbon particles
might enter and effectively block
Clean fuel nozzles that exhibit signs of
carbon buildup by brushing lightly with a soft-bristled
brush, at the same time directing clean, dry, filtered air
into fuel inlets of nozzle.
Fuel pump inlet screen (1) Wash in Varsol
Dry using clean compressed air at 15
psig, blowing air inward through element.
g. Chip detector
Refer to Inspection, Paragraph 1-78
Clean, using stiff brush and Varsol
COMPRESSOR AIR Compressed air is
yourself or another person. The
airstream or material blown by the
airstream can cause injury, particularly
to the eyes or face.
Use goggles to protect eyes and face.
DO NOT exceed 30 psig.
DO NOT direct airstream towards
yourself or another person.
Dry with clean compressed air.
Immerse element end of glow plug in cold
carbon remover (E.63) for 10 to 30 minutes.
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