Performance of this procedure requires the use of the Accessory Module to provide electrical power.
Preparation for Storage/Shipment (Refer to WP 007 00 for more detailed operating procedures)
Preparation for short term storage.
Do not allow fuel transfer pump to run dry. Bearings may be destroyed. Decouple
engine from fuel transfer pump to avoid damage to pump.
Drain all fuel from fuel tank and engine fuel filter.
At the engine module, disconnect the fuel supply and return lines.
Disconnect the exhaust line at the exhaust manifold.
Disconnect the pumpage overtemperature cable from the engine module.
Unlatch engine module and remove from pump-engine module.
Tip pump-engine module up on end so that fuel transfer pump inlet quick disconnect fitting faces down.
Block up pump-engine module 4-6 inches and place a shallow drain pan beneath inlet quick disconnect.
Remove camlock cap from inlet quick disconnect fitting and drain any residual fuel from fuel transfer pump.
Allow fuel transfer pump to ventilate until all fuel fumes have dissipated.
Return pump-engine module to normal horizontal position.
Install camlock cap on inlet quick disconnect fitting.
Remove the flexible coupling section from the fuel transfer pump.
Slide engine module into pump-engine module and latch in place.
m. Connect the exhaust line to the exhaust manifold.
Connect the fuel supply line and fuel return line to the engine module.
Connect the accessory module control cable to the engine module.
Connect the accessory module battery cable to the engine module.
Connect the pumpage overtemperature cable to the engine module.
Remove the engine air intake filter from the storage module and install on the intake manifold using the
attached clam shell clamp.
Add approximately one quart MIL-PRF-21260E, Grade PE-10 preservative oil (WP 0116, Item 18) to fuel tank.
Ensure the 3-position fuel selector valve is in the INTERNAL TANK position.
Start and run the engine at fast idle until the engine exhaust begins to smoke. (The engine may die at this point.)