ROCKER ARM AND CAMSHAFT
(19) Take the hydraulic lifter out of the vessel, stick it up straight
with its plunger at the top, stably impel the plunger until it can
t move any more. Check and compare the height difference
between the plunger and the new hydraulic lifter.
If the hydraulic lifter becomes shorter, repeat step (15) to (19)
and fully fill the hydraulic lifter with diesel oil. If it still becomes
shorter after repetition of these steps, replace the hydraulic lifter.
(20) Keep the hydraulic lifter vertical lest the diesel oil overflows.
Prevent the hydraulic lifter from being contaminated by dirt or
foreign body and mount the hydraulic lifter onto the engine as
quickly as possible.
NOTES FOR MOUNTING
MOUNTING OF OIL SEAL
MOUNTING OF HYDRAULIC LIFTER
Insert the hydraulic lifter into the rocker arm (be careful not let
diesel oil overflow), then use the special tool to prevent it from
If the hydraulic lifter is used repeatedly, it must be cleaned.
MOUNTING OF ROCKER SHAFT SPRING,
ROCKER ARM AND ROCKER SHAFT
Temporarily screw down the intake rocker shaft with bolt until
the rocker arm doesn
t push and press the valve.
Mount the rocker arm spring from the top and make it perpen-
dicular to the spark plug guide.
NOTES:You should mount rocker shaft spring first, and then the
exhaust rocker arm and rocker shaft.
Remove the special tool which is mounted for the purpose of
holding the hydraulic lifter.
Confirm that the cutting edge on the rocker shaft is in the
location as shown in the figure.