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Accessory Drive Shaft Timing (D330C and D333C)

8S5417 Timing Fixture Plate,8S5132 Puller Plate,8S8375 Sleeve,8S5133 Expansion Plug,8S6470 Pressure Screw,8B7561 Step Plate. 1. Remove the fuel injection pump housing and position the engine crankshaft so No.1 piston is on the compression stroke at top center (TC). 8S5417 TIMING FIXTURE … Continue reading

27. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Fuel Injection Pump Timing Dimension Setting: Off Engine

1F8747 Timing Plate, 8S7167 Gauge,8S4613 Wrench and 8S2244 Extractor6F6922 Depth Micrometer, 4 to 5 in. (101.6 to 127.0 mm) rod. NOTE: The 1P5600 Timing Fixture Group can also be used. Form GMG00838 provides detailed instructions. The off engine method will … Continue reading

27. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Checking Fuel Injection Pump Timing: On Engine

The timing dimension should be checked and reset, if necessary, to account for slipped accessory drive shaft coupling or worn timing gears. The timing dimension can be checked in either of the following manners. Checking with 1P540 Flow Checking Tool … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Locating Top Center Compression Position For No.1 Piston

No.1 piston on the compression stroke at top center (TC) is the reference point for all timing procedures. LOCATING TOP CENTER 1. Timing pointer (aligned with mark on flywheel). Remove the valve and rocker arm cover (the two valves at … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Fuel Injection Service

Fuel Injection Valve When installing a fuel injection valve, always check the seats of both the nozzle and the precombustion chamber. The nozzle assembly should be only finger-tight on the body. It is important to maintain the nozzle retaining nut … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Checking Fuel Injection Valve

Examine fuel injection valves for: 1. Excessive carbon on tip of nozzle or in orifice. 2. Erosion of the orifice. 3. Screen plugged with dirt. The condition of a capsule-type nozzle assembly can be tested on the Caterpillar Diesel Fuel … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Electrical System Diagrams

A variety of electrical systems can be used with these engines. Some systems are available with one 32 volt, 24 volt or 12 volt starting motor. Where 30 volt (15 cell battery) system is used, the 32 volt diagram applies. … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Electrical System

The electrical system is a combination of three separate electric circuits: the charging circuit, the starting circuit and the lighting or load circuit. Each circuit is dependent on some of the same components. The battery (batteries), ammeter, cables and wires … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Cooling System

RADIATOR COOLING SYSTEM FLOW DIAGRAM 1. Radiator. 2. Coolant external bypass line (D330C and D333C); elbow with internal bypass for coolant (3304 and 3306). 3. Temperature regulator housing or elbow. 4. Cylinder head. 5. Engine oil cooler. 6. Radiator outlet … Continue reading

26. February 2020 by sam
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D330, D333, 3304, 3306 – Lubrication System

LUBRICATION SYSTEM COMPONENTS (D333C Illustrated) The arrows show the approximate direction of oil flow in the engine. 1. Oil filter base (includes bypass valves). 2. Engine oil cooler. 3. Turbocharger oil reservoir in center section. 4. Oil passage through rocker … Continue reading

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