Engine Maintenance Instructions (Cont)
3-3. ENGINE REMOVAL/INSTALLATION (CONT).
Adhesives, solvents, and sealing
compounds can burn easily, can give
off harmful vapors, and are harmful
to skin and clothing. To avoid injury
or death, keep away from open fire
and use in well-ventilated area. If
adhesive, solvent, or sealing
compound gets on skin or clothing,
wash immediately with soap and
Keep out from under engine when
lifting into vehicle. If engine slips,
sways, or falls, serious injury or
death may result.
Install lifting hooks facing outward.
Before lifting engine completely off
supports, test by lifting slightly to see
if balanced. If engine starts to tilt,
lower and adjust chain lengths.
Unbalanced engine can swing
Make sure hoses and wires are
secured and moved out of the way
when installing engine so they do not
snag and cause damage.
Apply electrical sealant to exposed wire connectors after installing connectors.
Attach chain with lifting hooks facing out and with front leg under exhaust pipe.
Install 39-in. (1 m) lifting chain on two side lifting brackets (1).
Install 37-in. (94 cm) chain on forward lifting bracket (2).
Soldier A operates lifting device and lifts engine (3) slightly, while Soldier B checks that engine is
Make sure engine is centered to prevent damage to bell-housing.
Soldier A operates lifting device and positions engine (3) in vehicle, while Soldier B and Soldier C