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Operation Manual

Safety Measures: Rules for Accident Prevention

● Please read and observe the information ● Unauthorised engine modifications will
given in this Operation Manual. This will invalidate any liability claims against the
enable you to avoid accidents, preserve the manufacturer for resultant damage.
manufacturer's warranty and maintain the Likewise manipulations of the
engine in peak operating condition. injection and regulating system may also
influence the performance of the engine,
● This engine has been built in accordance and its emissions. Adherence to legislation
with the application, which was specified in on pollution cannot be guaranteed under
the scope of supply. The application was such conditions.
defined by the manufacturer (use in
accordance with intended purpose). Any ● Do not change, convert or adjust the cooling
use exceeding that scope is considered to air intake area to the blower.
be contrary to the intended purpose. The The manufacturer accepts no liability for
manufacturer will not assume responsibility any damage resulting from failure to comply
for any damage resulting therefrom. The with these instructions.
risks involved are to be borne solely by the
user. ● When carrying out maintenance/repair
operations on the engine, the use of DEUTZ
● Use in accordance with the intended purpose original parts is prescribed. These are
also implies compliance with the conditions specially designed for your engine and
laid down by the manufacturer for operation, guarantee perfect operation.
maintenance and servicing. The engine Non-compliance results in the expiry of the
should only be operated, serviced and warranty.
repaired by personnel trained in its use and
the hazards involved. ● Maintenance and cleaning of the engine
should only be done when the engine is
● The relevant accident prevention guidelines switched off and cold.
and other generally accepted safety and Check first that the electrical systems are
industrial hygiene regulations must be switched off, remove the ignition key.
observed. Observe the accident prevention regulations
for electrical installations (for example VDE-
● When the engine is running there is a risk of 0100/-0101/-0104/-0105 "Electrical protec-
injury from the following components: tive measures for safety against hazardous
- Rotating/hot parts touch voltages").
- Engines with spark ignition
- Ignition systems (high voltage) When cleaning with fluids, all electrical
Avoid contact with these components components must be covered tightly.
Operation Manual

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Engine Serial

Please enter the engine serial number here.

This number should be quoted when inquiring
about Customer Service, Repairs or Spare
Parts (see Section 2.1).

Technical modifications required to improve

our engines are reserved with regard to
specification data and other technical
information contained in this Operation Manual.
No parts of this Manual may be reproduced in
any form or by any means without our written

Dear Customer,

air and liquid-cooled DEUTZ engines are de-

signed for a wide range of applications. Con-
sequently, a wide range of variants are of-
fered to meet the requirements of specific

Your engine is appropriately equipped for the

installation concerned, as specified by you,
which means that not all of the components
described in this Operation Manual are
necessarily fitted to your engine.

We have endeavoured to highlight any

differences so that you will be able to locate the
operating and maintenance instructions
applicable to your engine more quickly and

Please read this Manual before starting your

engine, and always observe the operating and
maintenance instructions.

If you have any queries, please contact us,

we will be happy to advise you.


Table of Contents

1 General information 4 Operating Media 6.7 Accessories

4.1 Lube Oil 6.7.1 Battery
2 Description of the Engine 4.1.1 Quality Grade 6.7.2 Alternator
2.1 Model 4.1.2 Viscosity 6.7.3 Transportation Shackles
2.1.1 Rating Plate 4.2 Fuel 6.8 Engine Cleaning
2.1.2 Position of the Rating Plate 4.2.1 Quality Grade 6.8.1 Engine Cleaning
2.1.3 Engine Serial Number 4.2.2 Winter Grade Fuel 6.9 Additional Maintenance Work
2.1.4 Cylinder numbering 6.9.1 Check tight fit
2.1.5 Direct Injection System 910 5 Maintenance 6.9.2 Pre-heating plugs
2.2 Engine Illustrations 5.1 Maintenance Schedule
2.2.1 Service side 910 L2 5.2 Maintenance Diagrams 7 Troubleshooting
2.2.2 Electrics side 910 L2 5.3 Maintenance Work Completed 7.1 Fault Table
2.2.3 Service side 910 L3
2.2.4 Electrics side 910 L3 6 Service and Maintenance 8 Engine Preservation
2.3 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic 6.1 Lubrication System 8.1 Preservation
2.3.1 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic 910 L02 6.1.1 Oil Change Intervals 8.1.1 Engine Preservation
2.3.2 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic 910 L03 6.1.2 Checking the Oil Level/Engine Oil 8.1.2 Recommissioning After the
2.4 Fuel System Change Engine Has Been Idle
2.4.1 Fuel System 6.1.3 Oil Filter Change
6.2 Fuel System 9 Technical Specification
3 Operation 6.2.1 Fuel filter change 9.1 Engine Specifications and Settings
3.1 Commissioning 6.2.2 Clean the filter of the fuel supply 9.2 Torque Wrench Settings
3.1.1 Adding Engine Oil pump 9.3 Tools
3.1.2 Filling the oil bath air filter with oil 6.2.3 Cleaning sludge from the fuel tank
3.1.3 Adding Fuel 6.3 Cooling System 10 Service
3.1.4 Further Preparations 6.3.1 Cleaning Intervals
3.1.5 Additional Maintenance Work 6.4 Combustion Air Filter
3.2 Starting 6.4.1 Empty preceding cyclone trap
3.2.1 Electrical Start 6.4.2 Clean the oil bath filter
3.3 Monitoring Systems 6.4.3 Dry Type Air Cleaner
3.3.1 Engine Oil Pressure 6.5 Belt Drives
3.3.2 Engine Temperature 6.5.1 Check V-belt
3.4 Shutdown 6.5.2 Change V-belt
3.4.1 Mechanical Shut-Off 6.5.3 Tighten V-belt
3.4.2 Electrical Shutdown 6.6 Adjustments
3.5 Operating Conditions 6.6.1 Check Valve Clearance and Adjust if
3.5.1 Winter Operation Necessary
3.5.2 High Ambient Temperature, High
General information

DEUTZ diesel engines Service and Maintenance Service

are the product of many years of research will ensure that the engine continues to meet Please contact one of our authorised service
and development. The resulting know-how, your requirements. Recommended service representatives in the event of breakdowns
coupled with stringent quality standards, intervals must be observed and maintenance or for spare parts inquiries. Our trained
guarantee their long service life, high reliability work carried out conscientiously. specialists will carry out repairs quickly and
and low fuel consumption. Special care should be taken under abnormally professionally, using only genuine spare
Of course the highest standards for envi- demanding operating conditions. parts.
ronmental protection are met. Genuine spare parts from DEUTZ AG are
always manufactured to the highest technical
standards. A table of service contact numbers
is given at the end of this Operation Manual.

Safety precautions when the Safety Asbestos

engine is running

Shut the engine down before carrying out This symbol is used for all safety The seals and gaskets used in
maintenance or repair work. Ensure that the instructions. These must be this engine are asbestos-free.
engine cannot be accidentally started, followed carefully.
accidents may otherwise occur. The attention of operating
When the work is complete, be sure to refit any personnel should be drawn to
these safety instructions.
panels and guards that have been removed.
In addition to these instructions, the respec-
Never fill the fuel tank while the engine is tive general safety and accident prevention
running. regulations must be observed.
Observe industrial safety regulations when
running the engine in an enclosed space or

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Description of the Engine

2.1 Model
2.2 Engine Illustrations
2.3 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic
2.4 Fuel System

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Description of the Engine 2.1 Model

2.1.1 Rating Plate 2.1.2 Position of the Rating 2.1.3 Engine Serial Number
2 Plate


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The model A, the engine serial number B Rating plate C is located on the engine block. The engine number D is specified on the
and the motor performance data A second rating plate may be attached in the engine block and on the rating plate.
are specified on the rating plate. air duct depending on the model.
The model and the engine serial number must
be specified as well when ordering parts.
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2.1 Model Description of the Engine

2.1.4 Cylinder numbering 2.1.5 Direct Injection System


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The cylinders carry consecutive numbers Engines with direct injection are used in
starting with the flywheel. areas with particularly high power outputs.

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2.2 Engine Illustrations Description of the Engine

2.2.1 Service side

910 L2 2
1 Crankshaft V-belt pulley
2 V-belt
3 Generator
4 Injection pump
5 Cooling fan
6 Fuel filter
7 Cylinder head cover
8 Aspiration manifold
9 Exhaust pipe
10 Screening plate
11 Oil filler neck
12 Fuel pump
13 Oil dipstick
14 Engine block
15 Fan pipe (fan outlet of the engine)
16 Engine suspension

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2.2 Engine Illustrations Description of the Engine

2.2.2 Electrics side

910 L2
17 Injection nozzle
18 Speed regulating lever
19 Oil drain plug
20 Safety valve
21 Oil filter
22 Oil pressure transmitter
23 Starter
24 Cooling hood

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Description of the Engine 2.2 Engine Illustrations

2.2.3 Service side

2 910 L3

1 Crankshaft V-belt pulley

2 V-belt
3 Generator
4 Injection pump
5 Fan
6 Fuel filter
7 Cylinder head cover
8 Aspiration manifold
9 Exhaust pipe
10 Screening plate
11 Oil filler neck
12 Fuel pump
13 Oil dipstick
14 Engine block
15 Fan pipe (fan output of the motor)
16 Motor suspension
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2.2 Engine Illustrations Description of the Engine

2.2.4 Electrics side

910 L3
17 Generator
18 Oil drain plug
19 Safety valve
20 Oil pressure transmitter
21 Oil filter
22 Starter
23 Cooling hood
24 Injection nozzle

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Description of the Engine 2.3 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic

2.3.1 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic

2 910 L02

1 Oil tray
2 Lube oil pump
3 Safety valve
4 Oil filter
5 Safety valve (bypass)
6 Oil pressure measuring tap
7 Oil cooler
8 Main lube oil line
9 Safety valve
10 Piston cooling nozzle
11 Piston
12 Valve toggle lever
13 Tappet rod
14 Tappet
15 Camshaft
16 Con rod
17 Crankshaft
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2.3 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic Description of the Engine

2.3.2 Lube Oil Circuit Schematic

910 L03
1 Housing cover
2 Lube oil pump
3 Safety valve (bypass)
4 Oil filter
5 Safety valve
6 Oil pressure measuring tap
7 Oil cooler
8 Safety valve
9 Piston cooling nozzle
10 Safety valve
11 Main lube oil line
12 Piston
13 Valve toggle lever
14 Tappet rod
15 Tappet
16 Camshaft
17 Con rod
18 Crankshaft

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Description of the Engine 2.4 Fuel System

2.4.1 Fuel System

1 Fuel inlet to the fuel pump
2 Fuel pump
3 Bleeding lever
4 Fuel pipes of the fuel pump
5 Fuel filter
6 Fuel pipe from the filter to the injection
7 Injection pump
8 Fuel injection pipe
9 Injection nozzle
10 Collector pipe (fuel bleed pipe)
11 Fuel return pipe to tank
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3.1 Commissioning
3.2 Starting
3.3 Monitoring Systems
3.4 Shutdown
3.5 Operating Conditions

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Operation 3.1 Commissioning

3.1.1 Adding Engine Oil 3.1.2 Filling the oil bath air filter 3.1.3 Adding Fuel
3 with oil

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The engines are normally delivered without Fill the oil tray 1 of the oil bath air filter up Use only commercially-available diesel fuels.
oil. to the arrow with engine oil. For fuel grade, see Chapter 4.2. Use summer
Pour lube oil into the oil filler neck (arrow). For oil grade and viscosity, see chapter 4.1. or winter-grade diesel fuel, depending on the
For oil grade and viscosity, see Chapter 4.1. ambient temperature.

Always switch off the engine

No oil may be allowed to get into before re-fuelling!
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any dust collectors of the trap. Ensure cleanliness!

Do not spill fuel!
3.1 Commissioning Operation

3.1.4 Further Preparations 3.1.5 Additional Maintenance

Work 3
● Check battery and cable connections, see The following maintenance work must be
6.7.1. carried out after about 50-150 operating
hours :
● Transport hooks
Remove them if fitted (see 6.7.3). ● Change lube oil, see 6.1.2.

● Trial run ● Change oil filter, see 6.1.3.

After carrying out these preparations
execute a brief trial run for 10 minutes. Do ● Change fuel filter, see 6.2.1.
not load engine during this period.

During and after trial run ● Check the tension of the V-belt, tighten if
- Check the engine for leaks. necessary, see 6.5.

After the engine has been turned off ● Check the valve clearance and adjust if
- Check oil level, see 6.1.2. necessary, siehe 6.6.1.
If necessary, top up oil, see 3.1.1.
Tighten the V-belt, see 6.5. ● Check the engine for leaks.

● Check engine suspension and retighten if

● Breaking in necessary, see 9.2.
During the break-in phase - about 200
operating hours - check the oil level twice
a day. After the break-in phase, a check
once a day is sufficient.

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Operation 3.2 Starting

3.2.1 Electrical Start Setting the speed Fine setting of the speed
3 - For variable speed- - At constant speed-

Before starting, make sure that

nobody is standing in the
immediate vicinity of the engine
or driven machine.
After repair work:
Check to see if all safety and protective 1
devices have been reattached and that all 2
tools have been removed from the engine.
When starting with the flame glow plug system,
do not use any other starting aid (e.g. injection
with start pilot). Risk of accident!

● Disconnect the engine from the driven

machine if possible.

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● Set lever 1 in idling position. ● Setting the engine speed:

● The engine speed is increased by turning Loosen nut 1.
the lever 1 in the direction of the arrow. Tighten screw 2.
● The idling speed can be regulated by Turn to right = higher speed.
loosening the nut 2 and tightening the Turn to left = lower speed.
screw 3. ● Tighten the nut to fix the set speed.

Do not operate the starter for more than

20 seconds continuously. If the engine does
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not start, wait one minute and repeat the start

If the engine does not catch after two attempts,
then refer to the Fault Table (see 7.1).
3.2 Starting Operation
With cold start assistance/
sheathed glow plug

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● Insert the ignition key. ● Release the key as soon as the engine
- Position 0 = operating voltage off fires.
● Turn key clockwise. ● After starting, another attempt can only be
- Position 1 = operating voltage on made after resetting to position 0 (stop).
- The pilot lamps light up.
● At temperatures below 0° C, keep the key
in this position for 4-5 seconds. Plug pre-
heating times.
● Turn key clockwise against spring
- Position 2 = Start
● At temperatures above 0° C, the key can
be moved from position 1 to position 2 The operating voltage must not be present for

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immediately. The pre-glow process will more than 8 seconds (position 1), otherwise
then not take place. the relay may burn out.
Operation 3.3 Monitoring Systems

3.3.1 Engine Oil Pressure

Oil pressure lamp Oil pressure indicator Oil pressure gauge

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● The oil pressure pilot light comes on with ● The pointer must remain in the green sector ● The pointer of the oil pressure gauge must
operating voltage on and engine off. over the entire operating range. display the minimum oil pressure (see 9.1).
● The oil pressure pilot light should go out
when the engine is running.
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3.3 Monitoring Systems Operation

3.3.2 Engine Temperature

Engine temperature gauge

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● The pointer of the temperature gauge must

always remain in the green sector. If the
pointer moves into the red sector, the
engine is overheating. Turn off the engine
and establish the cause from the Fault
Table (see 7.1).

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Operation 3.4 Shutdown

3.4.1 Mechanical Shut-Off 3.4.2 Electrical Shutdown

Ignition Key

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● Move the shutoff lever 1 to the ”STOP” in ● Turn the key anticlockwise (position 0) and
arrow direction 2 and wait until the engine remove. The pilot lamps will go out.
comes to a standstill.
● After the engine has stopped, the charge
and oil pressure pilot lamps will light up.
● Turn the start key anticlockwise (position
0) and remove. The pilot lamps will go out.

If possible, do not suddenly switch the engine

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off when at full load.

3.5 Operating Conditions Operation

3.5.1 Winter Operation

● Lube oil viscosity ● Battery
- Select the oil viscosity (SAE grade) - For successful cold-starting, it is essential
according to ambient temperature before that the battery charge is good, see 6.7.1.
starting engine, see 4.1.2. - If the battery is warmed to around +20° C
- If the engine is being operated at (remove battery and store in a temperature-
temperatures below -10° C, the oil will controlled location), the starting temperature
need to be changed more frequently, see limit is reduced by 4-5° C.
● Diesel fuel
- At temperatures below 0° C, use a winter
fuel, see 4.2.2.
● Additional maintenance work
- Once a week, remove the oil sludge that
has been deposited in the fuel tank. (To do
this, slacken the screw plug and drain off
the sludge.)
- If required, select an engine oil grade that © 26 248 0
is suitable for the ambient temperature.
- At temperatures below –20° C, lubricate
the crown gear on the flywheel with cold-
resistant grease through the pinion hole
from time to time after removing the starter.
(for example Bosch grease FT 1 V 31).

● Cold start aids

At temperatures below zero degrees, a
pre-heating plug may have to be used for
starting, see 3.2.2. This not only reduces
the temperature limit for starting but also
makes it easier to start at temperatures at
which starting aids are not normally

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Betrieb 3.5 Betriebsbedingungen

3.5.2 High Ambient

3 Temperature, High
● At high altitudes or when the ambient
temperature rises, air density decreases.
As a result of this, the engine's maximum
output, the quality of the exhaust gas, the
temperature level and, in extreme cases,
starting behaviour, are impeded. In non-
steady state operating conditions, the engine
can be operated at altitudes of up to 1,000 m
and at temperatures of up to 30° C. In less
favourable operating conditions (higher
altitudes and higher temperatures), the
quantity of fuel injected must be reduced
and the engine power output falls as a

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ask your engine or equipment supplier
whether the required reduction in fuel
quantity has been achieved by adjusting
the injection pump accordingly in the
interests of reliability, service life and
exhaust gas quality (smoke). Alternatively,
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Operating Media

4.1 Lube Oil
4.2 Fuel

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Operating Media 4.1 Lube Oil

4.1.1 Quality Grade 4.1.2 Viscosity

Lube oils are differentiated according to their As the viscosity of the lube oil is dependent
performance and quality class. In common on temperature, the choice of viscosity class
use are specifications named after the API (SAE grade) should be governed by the
(American Petroleum Institute) and ACEA ambient temperature prevailing at the engine
(European Engine Oil Sequences). operating site. To maintain optimum operating
conditions, the user can use the viscosity
Approved API oils: table on this page as a guide.
Should the temperature fall temporarily below
Minimum: CF/CF-4 the lower limit, cold starting behaviour will
change but the engine will not be damaged.
Approved ACEA oils: If the temperature rises above the upper limit,
avoid operating the engine under these
Minimum: E2-96 conditions for long periods of time, to prevent
excessive engine wear.
If multigrade oils are used, there is no need to
change the oil according to the season.
Multigrade oils, particularly partially or fully
synthetic oils, whose viscosity does not
fluctuate with temperature, reduce fuel

*Oil change intervals, see 6.1.1

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4.2 Fuel Operating Media

4.2.1 Quality Grade 4.2.2 Winter Grade Fuel

Use commercially available diesel fuels with At very low ambient temperatures, blockages +32 0
less than 0.5 % sulphur content. If the sulphur may occur in the fuel system due to paraffin I
content is higher, oil change intervals should emissions; this may cause operating faults. +23 -5
be reduced, see 6.1.1. At ambient temperatures below 0° C, use
winter grade diesel (down to -15° C); normally +14 - 10
The following fuel specifications / standards this fuel will be on sale at filling stations before
are approved: the start of winter. Sometimes diesel fuel with + 5 - 15
additives ("superdiesel") may be available; this
● DIN EN 590 can be used down to temperatures of -20° C.
- 4 - 20
● BS 2869: A1 and A2 ● At temperatures below -20° C, the fuel - 13 - 25
(in the case of A2, note the sulphur must be mixed with kerosene. The relevant
content) percentages are given in the adjacent - 22 - 30
● ASTM D 975-88; 1-D and 2-D 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 %
● Special diesel fuels may be used in arctic °F °C B

● NATO code: F-54 and F-75. climatic zones down to -44° C. A

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Exhaust emission values which may be If summer-grade diesel fuel has to be used at Legend:
calculated in the course of type approval temperatures below 0° C, up to 60% kerosene
tests always refer to the reference fuel can be added (see adjacent diagram).
prescribed by the authorities for the type I Summer diesel
approval test. In most cases, adequate resistance to cold II Winter diesel
can also be obtained by adding a flow improver
(additive). Please ask your DEUTZ partner. A Ambient temperature
B % of kerosene mixed with the fuel

Do not mix the fuels until they

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are in the fuel tank. Fill with the
appropriate amount of kerose-
ne first, then add the diesel fuel.

5.1 Maintenance Schedule
5.2 Maintenance Diagrams
5.3 Maintenance Work Completed

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Maintenance 5.1 Maintenance Schedule

Operating Hours (OP)1 check

every every clean see
10 OP
daily 125 250 500 1000 2000 3000 5000
● ● Oil level in engine 6.1.2
● ● Engine leaks
● ● Dry type air cleaner 3) 4) 6.3/6.4
● ● Battery and cable connections 6.7.1
● ● ● ● Cooling system (depending on how the engine has been used) 3) 6) 6.3.1
● ● ● ● ● Engine oil (depending on how the engine has been used) 5) 6.1.1/6.1.2
● ● Oil filter element 6.1.3
● ● Fuel filter 6.2.1
● ● ● Valve clearance (adjust if necessary) 6.6.1
● ● Engine suspension (tighten if required) 9.2
● ● V-belt (tighten if necessary) 6.5
● Fuel pre-cleaning 6.2.2
● ● Fastening parts
● ● Glow plug 6.9.2
● ● Injection valve

The engine maintenance intervals stated are maximum values. In individual cases, shorter maintenance intervals may be required.
Follow the manufacturer's instructions.

1) Maximum permissible reference value 3) Clean if required, see Chapter 6.3. 5) Oil change intervals, see Chapter 6.1.1.
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2) Commissioning new and reconditioned 4)Replace if required. Wait until the 6) Clean cooling system/fins.
engines maintenance display appears, if fitted.
5.2 Maintenance Diagrams Maintenance

The self-adhesive maintenance diagram
shown on this page is supplied with each
engine. It should be affixed to the engine or
machine where it can be seen clearly.

Check to see if this instruction has been


If necessary, request a replacement

maintenance diagram from the engine or
machine supplier.

Regular maintenance should be done in

accordance with the maintenance schedule
(see 5.1).

Stop the engine before carrying

out maintenance work.

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Maintenance 5.3 Maintenance Work Completed

5 Op. hours Date Signature / stamp Date Op. hours Signature / stamp

50-150* –

125 250

375 500

625 750

875 1000

1125 1250

1375 1500

1625 1750

1875 2000

2115 2250

2375 2500

2625 2750
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Duly completed maintenance jobs can be recorded and signed off in the maintenance chart.
* Commissioning new and fully reconditioned engines.
5.3 Maintenance Work Completed Maintenance

Op. hours Date Signature / stamp Date Op. hours Signature / stamp 5
2875 3000

3125 3250

3375 3500

3625 3750

3875 4000

4125 4250

4375 4500

4625 4750

4875 5000

5125 5250

5375 5500

5625 5750

Duly completed maintenance jobs can be recorded and signed off in the maintenance chart.

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Maintenance 5.3 Maintenance Work Completed

5 Op. hours Date Signature / stamp Op. hours Date Signature / stamp

5875 6000

6125 6250

6375 6500

6625 6750

6875 7000

7125 7250

7375 7500

7625 7750

7875 8000

8125 8250

8375 8500

8625 8750
Duly completed maintenance jobs can be recorded and signed off in the maintenance chart.
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Trabajos de limpieza y mantenimiento
Service and Maintenance

6.1 Lubrication System
6.2 Fuel System
6.3 Cooling System
6.4 Combustion Air Filter
6.5 Belt drives
6.6 Adjustments
6.7 Accessories
6.8 Engine Cleaning
6.9 Additional Maintenance Work

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Service and Maintenance 6.1 Lubrication System

6.1.1 Oil Change Intervals

6 Built-in engines
Oil change intervals in
operating hours
Naturally-aspirated engines
● The oil change intervals are dependent on CF / CF-4
Lube oil quality API specification
the engine application and the quality of the
lube oil. ACEA specification E2-96
● If the engine runs fewer hours during the Normal load, for example:
year than stated in the table, the oil should
be changed at least once a year.

● The following conditions apply for the data Road vehicles, cranes, construction machinery, ships, generating 500
given in the table: sets, rotary pumps, etc.
- For diesel fuel: Sulphur content max.
0.5% by weight
- Continuous ambient temperature of -10° C
(+14° F). Higher than normal load, for example:
● If the fuels used have a sulphur content
> 0.5% to 1%, or if the ambient temperature Combine harvesters, emergency pumps, underground mining
is continually lower than -10° C (+14° F), units, road sweepers, winter maintenance service, 250
the oil change intervals should be halved. emergency generators, etc.

● If the fuels used have a sulphur content of

more than 1%, consult the service
company responsible for you. Oil change intervals in
Vehicle engines operating hours
Naturally-aspirated engines
CF / CF-4
Lube oil quality API specification
ACEA specification
Average driving
Service group Annual usage km
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Change the oil with the engine off but still speed approx. km/h
warm (lube oil temperature 80° C).
I > 30,000 20 10,000
6.1 Lubrication System Service and Maintenance

6.1.2 Checking the Oil Level/

Engine Oil Change
6 Checking the Oil Level Engine Oil Change

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● Position the engine or vehicle on horizontal ● Run the engine warm. ● Place oil tray under the engine.
ground. ● Position the engine or vehicle on horizontal ● Unscrew the oil drain screw.
- Engine warm: ground. ● Drain the oil.
Switch off engine, wait for 5 minutes and - Lube oil temperature approx. 80° C. ● Insert oil drain plug with a new gasket and
check the oil level. ● Switch off the engine. screw tight.
- Engine cold:
Check oil level. ● Top up with lube oil.
Proceed as follows: - For grade / viscosity, see 4.1.
● Remove the oil dipstick. - For quantity, see 9.1.
● Wipe the dipstick with a non-fibrous, clean ● Check the oil level, see
● Insert it to the stop and remove again.
● Check the oil level and fill up with oil up to Caution when draining hot oil: Risk

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the upper "MAX " mark. of scalding! Do not let the used oil
- If the oil is only just above the "MIN" mark, run into the soil; collect it in a
refill oil. container! Dispose of according
The level must not fall below the "MIN" mark. to regulations!
Service and Maintenance 6.1 Lubrication System

6.1.3 Oil Filter Change


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● Undo the lubricant filter element using a ● If necessary, clean the sealing surface of ● Tighten the fuel filter insert with a final half-
commercial tool; unscrew and remove it. the filter housing. turn.

● Catch any escaping oil. ● Lightly oil the rubber gasket of the new lube ● Check the oil level, see 6.1.2.
oil filter element.
● Check the oil pressure, see 3.3.1.
● Manually screw in the new filter element
until the gasket is flush. ● Check the oil filter element for leaks.

Caution is required in the case of

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hot oil: Risk of scalding!

6.2 Fuel System Service and Maintenance

6.2.1 Fuel filter change


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● Close the fuel stop tap if the tank has one. ● Clean the sealing surface of the filter carrier ● Tighten the fuel filter another half turn.
if necessary.
● Loosen and unscrew the fuel filter with the ● Open the fuel stop tap if available.
normal tools. ● Oil the rubber gasket of the filter slightly or
moisten it with diesel fuel. ● Check for leaks.
● Collect any escaping fuel.
● Screw in the filter by hand until the gasket

Do not work with any naked The fuel system does not need to be bled.

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flames and do not smoke when
working on the fuel system.
Service and Maintenance 6.2 Fuel System

6.2.2 Clean the filter of the fuel supply 6.2.3 Cleaning sludge from the fuel
6 pump tank

4 2

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● Close the fuel stop tap if the tank has one. ● Place a collection tray underneath the tank.
● Loosen the hexagon head screw 1. ● Loosen the drain plug 1 and drain the liquid
● Remove the sieve cover 2 and rinse with from the tank.
fuel, replace if necessary. ● Rinse the tank with clean fuel.
● Pay attention to the O-rings 3 and 4. ● Insert the drain plug with a new gasket and
● Re-install in reverse order. tighten it.
● Check for leaks. ● Fill the tank with fuel.
● Check for leaks.

Do not work with any naked

flames and do not smoke when
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working on the fuel system.

6.3 Cooling System Service and Maintenance

6.3.1 Cleaning Intervals

● The amount of contamination in the cooling
Inspection and cleaning
system depends on the engine application.
intervals Type of engine operation
● Oil and fuel residues on the engine increase Guidelines
the risk of contamination. If the ambient air Operating hours (OH)
contains a lot of dust, pay special attention
to leaks. 2000 Ships, generating sets in enclosed areas, pumps

● There is a high risk of contamination in the 1000 Vehicles on paved roads

following conditions: 500 Tractors, fork-lift trucks, mobile generating sets
- Construction site applications because of
the high dust content in the air. 250 Vehicles on construction sites and unpaved roads, construction
- Harvesting applications, because of the machines, compressors and underground mining units
large amount of cereal husks and straw 125 Agricultural machines, tractors in harvesting applications
around the machine.

● Because working conditions vary, suitable

cleaning intervals must be specified for
each individual case. The cleaning intervals
listed in the adjacent table should only be
used as a guide.

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Service and Maintenance 6.4 Combustion Air Filter

6.4.1 Empty preceding cyclone 6.4.2 Clean the oil bath filter
6 trap

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● Open the quick release catches 1. ● Switch off the engine and wait about 10 ● Visually inspect the rubber gaskets 5 and
● Remove the dust container 2 and the funnel 3. minutes until oil has drained from the filter 6 and change if necessary.
● Empty the dust container 2. housing 1. ● Fill the engine oil tray up to the mark (arrow)
● Re-install and close the catches. ● Open the quick release catches 2 and (viscosity, see 4.1.2).
remove the oil tray 3 with the oil filter 4, use ● Insert the oil tray with oil filter in the filter
a screwdriver if necessary to separate housing and fix with the quick release
the filter. Do not damage the rubber gasket! catches.
● Empty the dirty oil and sludge, clean the oil
● Rinse the oil filter 4 with diesel fuel and wait
until the liquid has drained and no longer
No oil should get into the dust container. ● Clean the filter housing 1 if it is soiled. Never rinse the filter with
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Change the container if it is defective. petrol! Always dispose of

used oil in an environmentally
friendly way!
6.4 Combustion Air Filter Service and Maintenance

6.4.3 Dry Type Air Cleaner

Dust Discharge Valve Filter elements

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● Empty the dust discharge valve 1 by ● Undo the clip fastener 1. ● Safety insert 4 must be changed (not
pressing together lips of discharge slot as ● Remove the filter cover 2 and pull out the cleaned) after the filter has been serviced
indicated by arrows. filter element 3. five minutes but after two years at the latest.
● Clean discharge slot from time to time. ● Clean the filter element, replace after one Proceed as follows:
● Remove any caked dirt by pressing together year at the latest. - Undo hex nut 5 and remove insert 4.
the upper section of the valve. ● Clean the filter element 3. - Install the new insert and fasten with the hex nut.
Blow through from the inside out with ● Insert the filter element 3 and attach the
compressed-air (max. 5 bar, shake and tap filter cover 2 with the clip fastener 1.
out in difficult cases only, or rinse according
to the manufacturer's instructions, without
damaging the element).
● Gaskets on the filter element 3 can become
damaged through regular removal and

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replacement. Check the filter element 3 for Under no circumstances rinse
damage to the filter paper (use backlight) the filter element 3 with petrol
and for leaks. Replace any damaged parts or hot liquids!
as required.
Service and Maintenance 6.5 Belt drives

6 6.5.1 Check V-belt 6.5.2 Change the V-belt

1 2 3

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● Check the whole length of the V-belt for - Lift the measuring instrument carefully ● Loosen screws 2, 3 and 4 slightly.
visible damage. without altering the position of the pointer ● Push the generator 1 in and remove the
● Change the V-belt if it is defective. arm 1. Read the measured value at the V-belt.
● After installing a new V-belt, check the belt point of intersection (arrow) between ● Fit a new V-belt.
tension after the engine has been running the scale 5 and the pointer arm 1. See
for 15 minutes. chapter 9.1 for setting values.
● Use the belt tension meter to check the belt - Retighten if necessary and repeat the
tension (see 9.3). measurement.
- Insert the pointer arm 1 in the measuring
- Place the guide 3 in the pulley on the belt 2.
The stop must be at the side. Only check/tighten/change the After installing a new V-belt, check the belt
- Press the knob 4 slightly vertically to the V-belt with the engine tension after the engine has been running for
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belt 2 until the spring is released audibly switched off. Replace the 15 minutes.
or tangibly. V-belt guard if necessary.
6.5 Belt drives Service and Maintenance

6.5.3 Tighten V-belt 6

4 3

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● Loosen the screws 1, 2 and 3 slightly.

● Move the generator 4 in the direction of the
arrow until the belt has the right voltage.
● Retighten the screws 1, 2 and 3.

Only check/tighten/change the

V-belt with the engine

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switched off. Replace the V-
belt guard if necessary.
Service and Maintenance 6.6 Adjustments

6.6.1 Check Valve Clearance and

6 Adjust if Necessary

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● Remove the cylinder head cover. ● If necessary, adjust the valve clearance;
● Position of the crankshaft according to proceed as follows:
setting diagram, see - Release locknut 4.
● Before setting the valve clearance allow - Use Allen key 7 to turn setscrew 5 so that
the engine to cool for at least 30 minutes; the correct valve clearance 1 is attained
the oil temperature must be below 80° C. after locknut 4 has been tightened.
● Check the valve clearance 1 between rocker ● Check and adjust valve clearance on all
arm / tappet contact face 2 and valve stem remaining cylinders.
3 with the feeler gauge 6 (there should be ● Re-fit the cylinder head cover with a new
slight resistance when feeler blade is gasket.
For permissible valve clearance, see 9.1.
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6.6 Adjustments Service and Maintenance Valve clearance diagram 6

● Position of the crankshaft 1:
Turn the crankshaft until both valves overlap

1 on cylinder 1 (outlet valve is not yet closed,

inlet valve starts opening). Set the valve
clearance according to the setting diagram
(marked black). Mark the respective
toggle levers with chalk to identify that
setting work has been performed.

● Position of the crankshaft 2:

2 Turn the crankshaft another one complete

turn (360°).
Set the valve clearance according to the
setting diagram (marked black).

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Service and Maintenance 6.7 Accessories

6.7.1 Battery
6 Battery and Cable Checking Electrolyte Level Checking Electrolyte Density

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● Keep the battery clean and dry. ● Remove the seal caps 1. ● Measure the electrolyte density of indivi-
● Undo dirty clamps. ● If testers 2 are present: The electrolyte dual cells with a commercial hydrometer.
● Clean terminal posts (+ and -) and clamps level should reach base of these.
of the battery, and grease with acid- ● If the testers 2 are not present: The Hydrometer reading (see table on following
resistant grease. electrolyte level should be 10-15 mm above page) indicates battery's state of charge.
● When re-installing the clamps, ensure that the top of the plates. During measurement, the temperature of
there is contact between the connections. ● If necessary, top up with distilled water. the electrolyte should preferably be +20° C.
Tighten the clamp bolts hand-tight. ● Screw the sealing caps 1 back in.
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6.7 Accessories Service and Maintenance

in [kg/l] in [° Bé (degrees Baumé)*] Charge condition

Normal Tropical Normal Tropical

1.28 1.23 32 27 sufficiently charged

1.20 1.12 24 16 semi-charged, recharge

1.12 1.08 16 11 discharged, charge immediately

* Measurement of electrolyte density in ° Bé (degrees Baumé) is out of date and rarely used today.

The gases emitted by the battery

are explosive! Keep sparks and
naked flames away from the
battery! Do not allow battery
acid to come into contact with skin or clothing!

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Wear protective goggles! Do not rest tools on
the battery!
Service and Maintenance 6.7 Accessories

6.7.2 Alternator 6.7.3 Transportation Shackles

Notes on the alternating current system:

● Never disconnect the cables between

battery, alternator and regulator while the
engine is running.
● If, however, it is necessary to start and
operate the engine without the battery,
disconnect the regulator from the alternator
before starting.
● Do not reverse the battery poles.
● If the charge pilot lamp is faulty, replace it
● When washing the engine, cover the
alternator and the regulator.
● The voltage which exists briefly between
the plus pole and ground may not be tested
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in threephase current systems.
● In case of electric welding, connect the
ground terminal on the welder directly to ● Always use proper lifting tackle when
the piece being welded. transporting the engine.
● Please observe the following after
transporting the engine and before
commissioning it. Remove the transports
eyebolts 2.

Use only the correct lifting

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6.8 Engine Cleaning Service and Maintenance

6.8.1 Engine Cleaning

Using compressed air Using cold-cleaning compound Using high pressure device

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● Switch off the engine. ● Switch off the engine. ● Switch off the engine.
● Remove the engine cowlings and cooling ● Remove the engine cowlings and cooling ● Remove the engine cowlings and cooling
air hood. Replace these parts after cleaning air hood. Replace these parts after cleaning air hood. Replace these parts after cleaning
and before trial running. and before trial running. and before trial running.
● Cover the connections and the electrical ● Cover the connections and the electrical ● Cover the connections and the electrical
and electronic components (e.g. alternator, and electronic components (e.g. generator, and electronic components (e.g. alternator,
starter, regulator, solenoid). starter, regulator, solenoid). starter, regulator, solenoid).
● Blow through the engine paying special ● Spray the engine with a commercially ● Clean the engine with a steam jet (max. 60
attention to the cooling fins (start on the air available cold cleaner and allow it to react bar, temperature max. 90° C).
intake side). for around 10 minutes. ● Allow the engine to run warm so that the
● Clean any dirt from the engine room/ ● Clean the engine with a powerful water jet, if remaining water evaporates.
compartment. necessary repeat the process.
● Allow the engine to run warm so that the

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remaining water evaporates.
Clean the engine only when the
engine is switched off.
Service and Maintenance 6.9 Additional Maintenance Work

6 6.9.1 Check tight fit 6.9.2 Pre-heating plugs

1 2


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● Cylinder head cover 1 Move the speed control lever 1 to the STOP
● Aspiration manifold 2 2 position.
● Connecting hoses/nozzles Insert the ignition key.
● Exhaust pipes 3 - Position 0 = operating voltage off
● Engine bearing 4 Turn key clockwise.
- Position 1 = operating voltage on
The pilot lamps light up.
Check to see if the sheathed glow plug is
operating properly.
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7.1 Fault Table

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Troubleshooting 7.1 Fault Table

7 Faults
Engine does not start or is difficult to start
Check C
Engine starts, but runs irregularly or fails Adjust A
Engine becomes too hot, temperature warning system is activated Replace R
Engine output is deficient Clean Cl
The engine is not running on all cylinders Fill F
Engine oil pressure is non-existent or excessively low Reduce Rd
Engine oil consumption excessive
Engine smokes - blue
- white
- black
Cause Chapter
● ● ● (Poss.) clutch is not disengaged /fuel filter contaminated Operation C/R
● ● Temperature lower than the minimum start temperature C
● ● Fuel contains water or tank is empty C/F
● ● ● ● ● ● Fuel pump faulty C
● ● Injection quantity too high Rd
● ● Fuel feed begins too early/valves blocked Electrical C/A
● ● Fuel feed begins too late system C/A
● ● ● ● ● ● ● Injection nozzle faulty C/R
● ● ● ● ● Injection nozzle seal faulty C/R
● ● ● ● Leak in injection lines Wartung P
● ● Fuel temperature too high R
● ● Injection pump toothed rack sluggish C
● ● ● ● ● Injection pump incorrectly adjusted C
● ● Engine running predominantly at low load C
● ● ● ● Oil level too high Lubrication C/R
● ● Oil level too low C/Cl
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● ● Lube oil too viscous R

7.1 Fault Table Troubleshooting

Engine does not start or is difficult to start
Check C
Engine starts, but runs irregularly or fails Adjust A
Engine becomes too hot, temperature warning system is activated Replace R
Engine output is deficient Clean Cl
The engine is not running on all cylinders Fill F
Engine oil pressure is non-existent or excessively low Reduce Rd
Engine oil consumption excessive
Engine smokes - blue
- white
- black
Cause Chapter
● ● ● ● Oil pressure control valve blocked Lubrication C/Cl
● ● ● Oil pump faulty C/R
● ● Oil filter contaminated or faulty Cl
● ● Air or dirt in oil intake pipe C/R
● ● ● Oil pressure gauge or pressure display faulty C/R
● ● ● Pre-heating plugs or electronic control system faulty Electrical C
● Battery faulty or flat system C/R
● Cable connection in starter current relay loose or corroded C/R
● Starter motor faulty or pinion does not engage C/R
● ● ● ● ● ● Air filter dirty Maintenance C
● ● Idle speed too high C/Cl
● ● Oil cooler blocked on the air or oil side C/A
● Injection pump toothed rack in Off position (electromagnet faulty) C
● ● ● Engine switch-off lever in stop position (defective holding magnet) C/A
● ● ● ● ● ● Incorrect valve clearance / valve wear C/A
● Cooling fins dirty Cl
Cooling air warm C

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Troubleshooting 7.1 Fault Table

Faults Actions
7 Engine does not start or is difficult to start Check C
Engine starts, but runs irregularly or fails Adjust A
Engine becomes too hot, temperature warning system is activated Replace R
Engine output is deficient Clean Cl
The engine is not running on all cylinders Fill F
Engine oil pressure is non-existet or exessively low Reduce Rd
Engine oil consumption excessive
Engine smokes - blue
- white
- black
Cause Chapter
● Cooling air guide vanes loose Maintenance C
● Fan defective, belt torn or loose C/R
● ● ● ● Air in the fuel line C/R
● ● ● ● Fuel filter/fuel pre-cleaning soiled C/Cl/R
● ● ● Counterpressure at exhaust too high Rd
● ● ● ● ● ● Compression too low C
● Oil in the combustion chamber C/Cl
● ● ● Engine load too high C
● ● Engine speed control lever incorrectly adjusted Adjustments C/A
● ● Regulator spring broken or unhooked C
● ● ● Idle speed too low C/A
● ● ● ● ● ● ● Wear on cylinder and/or piston rings or piston rings are sticking C/R
● ● Speed regulator linkage sluggish C/A
● ● Valve guide out C/R
● Connecting rod big-end and/or small-end bearings faulty C
● ● Cylinder head leaking (retaining bolts loose) A
● ● ● Unsuitable SAE grade or lube oil quality Service R
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● ● ● ● Incorrect fuel grade C/R

Engine Preservation

8.1 Preservation

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Engine Preservation 8.1 Preservation

8.1 Preservation 8.1.1 Engine Preservation 8.1.2 Recommissioning After the

8 Engine Has Been Idle

If the engine is to remain idle for an extended ● Clean the engine with a high-pressure ● Remove anti-corroding agent from the
period of time, appropriate protective cleaner (if necessary using a cold cleaner). grooves of the V-belt pulleys.
measures have to be taken to prevent rust. ● Allow the engine to warm up and then ● Mount the V-belt. Retighten if necessary
The protective measures described here will switch it off. after a short time in operation, see 6.5.
protect the engine for a maximum downtime ● Drain the engine oil (see Chapter 6.1.2) and ● Remove the plugs from the inlets and
of 6 months. Before re-commissioning the fill with anti-corrosion oil. outlets.
engine, the preservative residues will have ● Clean the oil bath filter if necessary, see ● Commission the engine.
to be removed. chap. 6.4.3 and fill with corrosion protective
● Anti-corrosion oils to specification: ● Drain fuel from the tank.
- MIL-L-21260B ● Make up a mixture of 90% diesel fuel and
- L 9150-037/2 10% anti-corrusion oil, and refill fuel tank.
- NATO Code C 640 / 642 ● Allow the engine to run for approx. 10 mins.
● Switch off the engine.
● Turn engine over manually several times to
● Recommended cleaning products when preserve cylinders and combustion
recommissioning the engine after being chambers. When turning over with a
idle: starter, set the shut-off lever to the "stop"
Petroleum benzine (hazardous materials position.
class A3) ● Remove the V-belt, roll it up and store it in
a clean, dry place.
● Spray the grooves of the V-belt pulleys
with anti-corroding agent.
● The inlets and outlets can be sealed off
with plugs.
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Technical Specification

9.1 Engine Specifications and Settings

9.2 Torque Wrench Settings
9.3 Tools

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Technical Specification 9.1 Engine Specifications and Settings

Model 910 L2 910 L3

9 Cylinder 2 3
Arrangement of cylinders vertical, in row
Cylinder diameter ( mm ) 100
Strocke ( mm ) 105
Displacement, total ( cm ) 1650 2475
Compression ratio (ε) 17.5
Mode of operation diesel engine, 4-stroke
Combustion method Naturally-aspirated engine with direct injection
Direction of rotation to left (seen from steering wheel)
Weight incl. cooling system, in acc. with DIN 70020-A
without: Starter, alternator, fuel, oil approx. ( Kg ) 1854) 2294)
Engine power ( kW ) 1)
Number of revolutions ( rev/min ) 1)
Lubrication Pressure lubrication
Oil, in acc. with SAE grade 15W40
Oil temperature in housing max. ( °C ) 120
Minimum oil pressure on warm engine (120° C)
at idle / at rated speed ( bar ) >1
Quantity of oil with first oil change without filter ca. ( ltr ) 4.33) 73)
Quantity of oil with first oil change with filter ca. ( ltr ) 4.53) 7.253)
Valve clearance with engine cold ( mm ) 0.2
Opening pressure of injector nozzles ( bar ) 190+8
Start of injection (° CA BTDC) 25±1
Engine ignition sequence 1-2 1-3-2
Pre-/re-tighten belt tension pre-/re-tighten
Fan/Alternator (N) 450 / 300 ±20
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1) For power output and engine speed, see rating plate (see 2.1).
2) Re-tighten when the engine has been running for 15 minutes.
3) Values may fluctuate depending on the engine version. The dipstick mark is always decisive.
4) Values may fluctuate depending on model, flywheel and flywheel housing.
9.2 Torque Wrench Settings Technical Specification

Location Initial tightening Subsequent tightening Total

Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4
Alternator fastening - - - - - 20+5 M8
70+5 M12
Cylinder head cover - - - - - 15+5 M10
Rocker arm setscrew - - - - - 20+5 M8
Engine bearings 180+5 M16
Aspiration manifold 40+5 M10
Exhaust manifold - - - - - 40+5 M10
Injection nozzle mountings - - - - - 15+5 M8

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Technical Specification 9.3 Tools

V-belt tension meter


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The V-belt tension meter can be ordered

under article number 8115 from the following

Postfach 14 05 80
D-42826 Remscheid
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