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L U B R I C AT I O N S Y S T E M

Oil Flow at Oil Reservoir OIL FILTER DRAIN TO PAN


OIL FEED TO
• There are five (5) oil passages and one OIL COOLER
coolant passage near the oil reservoir in the
crankcase.

• Two (2) of the oil passages are for oil feed to TO LEFT
the crankcase for lubrication. BANK TAPPET
GALLERY
• One (1) is for oil feed to the oil cooler and
the other oil passage is oil filter drain to the OIL FEED TO HIGH
oil pan.
TO RIGHT
PRESSURE PUMP BANK TAPPET
GALLERY
• The passage in the bottom of the reservoir is
for oil feed to the high pressure oil pump.
COOLANT
FEED TO OIL
• The coolant passage is for coolant feed from COOLER
the water pump to the oil cooler.

FRONT OF ENGINE 48
Turbocharger Oil Supply & VGT
Control
• Oil is supplied to the turbocharger from the
oil filter base via a flexible steel braided oil
line to the top of the turbocharger. OIL SUPPLY
• The oil line is connected to the oil filter base
using a snap to connect fitting and requires
a special tool for removal.

• This line is also the feed to the VGT control


valve.

VGT CONTROL VALVE 49


Turbocharger Oil Drain Tube
HIGH PRESSURE PUMP COVER
• The VGT uses oil to control the turbocharger
and to lubricate the bearings.

• After oil passes through the turbocharger


center section, it is sent back to the
crankcase via a turbo oil drain tube.

• The turbo oil drain tube is located under the


turbocharger and is sealed with two (2)
o-rings, one fits into the turbocharger and
the other goes to the high pressure oil pump
cover. DRAIN TUBE O-RINGS

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