Storage - (CONTINUED)
Drain fuel system and ill with clean fuel. The fuel must be drained and ilters discarded at end of storage
period. If you add a fuel preservative to the fuel, the fuel and ilters may not need to be discarded at the end
of the storage period.
Operate engine until it is warm. Stop engine and ix any fuel, oil, or air leaks.
Drain the cooling system. In order to protect the cooling system against corrosion, ill with a coolant that has a
corrosion inhibitor. If protection against frost is necessary, use an antifreeze mixture.
Operate engine for a short period in order to circulate lubricating oil and coolant in engine.
Remove injectors and spray an internal engine preservative into each cylinder bore. If this is not available,
clean engine oil will offer some protection. Two to three ounces of oil should be placed in each cylinder.
Slowly turn crankshaft one revolution and then it injectors with new seat washers and new dust seals.
Remove pipes installed between air ilter and intake manifold. Spray preservative into intake manifold. Seal
manifold with waterproof tape.
Remove exhaust pipe. Spray internal engine preservative into exhaust manifold. Seal manifold with
Remove oil iller cap. Spray internal engine preservative into oil iller hole to protect rocker shaft assembly.
Install iller cap.
Seal vent pipe of fuel tank or iller cap with waterproof tape.
Remove drive belts and put into storage.
Follow instructions in your engine manual.
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REMOVING FROM STORAGE
1. Remove protective cover and unseal engine openings.
3. Wipe excess grease from machined, unpainted surfaces.
4. Inspect hydraulic seals at cylinders for leaks.
If the unit has been stored for more than 120 days, you can expect some deterioration of the
hydraulic seals. Replace defective seals before operating machine.
Install all parts that were removed when vehicle was being prepared for storage.
After the hydraulic system has warmed up to operating temperature, remove hydraulic tank ill cap and check
appearance of hydraulic luid. A milky appearance indicates that there is water in the system and that the
system should be drained and re-illed with fresh oil.
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