Section IX. GASOLINE ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM AND VALVE TAPPETS
A plunger type pump supplies oil through a spray nozzle
to holes in the connecting rods, and to an oil header line
and the timing gear train. A line goes to a restricted flow
type oil filter. The oil returns to the pan from the timing
gear housing through the front main bearing.
4-32. Oil Filter
outlet (33) oil hoses from the oil filter (1) by unscrewing
the two hose nuts (34).
(2) Remove the four nuts, lock washers, and
machine bolts (32) securing the oil filter (1) to the
mounting bracket (31). Lift off the filter assembly.
securing the cover assembly (2) to the body assembly
(11). Lift off the cover assembly.
(2) Remove the gasket (13) from the cover
assembly and lift the element (12), from the body.
Discard the gasket and the element.
(3) Remove the nut (10), the lock washer (17)
and the machine screw (16) securing the strap (9) to the
body. Remove the strap from the body assembly (11).
Dry cleaning solvent, P-D-680 or P-
S661 used to clean parts is potentially
dangerous to personnel and property.
Use in a well-ventilated area as the
fumes are dangerous if inhaled. Avoid
repeated and prolonged skin contact.
Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat. Flash point of solvent
is 100F. -138F. (38C. -59C.).
c. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair. Wash all parts
thoroughly in cleaning solvent, inspect the body, cover
assembly and the strap for cracks or leaks. Replace all
d. Reassemnbly and Installation. Reverse the
disassembly and removal procedures.
4-33. Oil Lines
a. Removal and Disassembly
(1) Remove the two oil filter lines at the oil
(2) Unscrew the oil filter inlet hose (2, fig. 4-
Figure 4-36. Oil filter, exploded view.
34) from the street tee (19), and unscrew the oil filter
outlet hose (33) from the top of the timing gear cover
(21) (serial nos. L-1475-T through L-1478-T) or from TS