(f) Drill remaining bolt holes using same procedure as described above.
(g) Using compressed air, clean all metal chips from bolt holes.
(h) Install air filter element (para. 3-2a).
(i) Repeat procedure on opposite air cleaner.
4-3. Top Loading Air Cleaner Captive Screw Replacement
F i e l d reports indicate that some captive screws which are attached to armor top
loading air cleaner access doors are being stripped, damaged and/or are missing. When
this situation occurs, dirt/dust can enter directly into air cleaners which could result
in damage to the engine.
If bolt holes in housing are stripped, notify direct support
for repair of holes. If holes are not stripped, proceed with
r e p l a c e m e n t procedures.
(1) Tools and Materials Required
Hammer, hand: 1 lb. 5120-00-061-8543
Punch, drive pin: 3/4 in. 5120-00-239-0038
Wrench, combination box open end: 9/16 in. 5120-00-228-9507
Cloth or cardboard (used to cover housing opening)
Wood, 2 in. x 4 in. x 18 in. long
Screws (per air cleaner) PN 12290914 (3 required)
Punch, center 5120-00-293-3509