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MAGNETO IGNITION SYSTEM

The magneto is mounted in the same way as a distributor, Cleaning is facilitated by removal of the moving
and is driven at half engine-speed from the camshaft. A contact. The contact breaker spring is slotted for this
rotating Ipagnet design is used and, in order to facilitate purpose.
servicing, the contact breaker is of the standard pattern used 4 After cleaning, check the contact breaker setting.
in coil ignition distributors. Turn the engine by hand until the contacts show the
The coil consists of a laminated core, around which are maximum opening, whch should measure 0.010 in.
wound the primary or low tension and the secondary or high to 0.012 in., i.e., a gauge of thls thickness should be a
tension windings. The high tension winding is brought out sliding fit between the contacts. If adjustment is
to a terminal stud, from which the connection to the rotating necessary, keep the engine in the position giving
distributor arm is made by means of a contact spring in the maximum opening of the contacts and slacken the
coil cover and a short length of rubber-covered cable. rwo screws securing the fixed contact plate. Move the
plate until the gap is set to the thickness of the gauge.
The engine drives the rotor, and by its rotation an Tighten the screws firmly after adjustment.
alternating low tension current is induced in the primary
winding. At the instant when this current is at or near a 5 Check the adjustment with other positions of the
maximum, a lobe of the cam opens the contact breaker engine giving'maximum opening.
points, and a high voltage is induced in the secondary.
At the same moment the rotor arm of the distributor connects Testing i n Position t o Locate Cause of Uneven Firing
the magneto to the sparking plug in the cylinder under Run the engine at a fairly fast idling speed.
compression, and the mixture is ignited.
Short circuit each plug in turn with the blade of an
The magneto has horizontal high tension connections, insulated screwdriver placed across the terminal to
and is fitted with a centrifugal automatic timing control. contact the cylinder head.
Short-circuiting the defective plug will cause no
MAINTENANCE noticeable change in the running note. On the others,
however, there will be a pronounced increase in
In general, routine maintenance consists of cleaning, roughness. Having thus located the defective
lubrication and the occasional adjustment of the contact cylinder, stop the engine and remove the cable from
breaker. the sparking plug terminal.
Take great care to prevent oil or grease getting on or near Restart the engine and hold the end of the cable about
the contacts. , & in, from the cylinder head. If sparking is strong
and regular, the fault lies with the sparking plug,
Every IOO running hours and it should be removed, cleaned and adjusted, or a
replacement fitted. If, however, there is no spark,
Add thin machine oil through the oiler in the base to the examine the cable from th? plug to the distributor for
level of the lubricator plug to lubricate the magneto shaft deterioration of the insulation, renewing the cable if
and the automatic timing control. the rubber is cracked or perished.
Note - The bearings are pre-lubricated and need no other T o connect a new cable to the magneto cap, cut the
lubrication. cable squarely to the required length. Loosen the
securing screw from the inside of the cap,, push the
Every zoo running hours cable into the cap as far as it will go, and tlghten the
securing screw so that its point pierces right through
Note - Any necessity for over-frequent gap adjustment the cable to make good contact with the core.
will usuallv be due to excessive wear of the heel of
the contac; breaker lever, resulting from lack of cam Clean and examine the magneto cap, ensuring that
lubrication. the carbon brush can move freely. If tracking has
occurred, indicated by a thin black line on the cap,
Smear the cam with a little light grease. Place a spot usually between two or more electrodes, a new cap
of oil on the pivot on which the contact breaker lever must be fitted.
works. If the magneto has been replaced recently, check
Thoroughly clean the magneto cap, inside and out, that it is correctly timed.
with a soft, dry cloth, paying particular attention to
the spaces between the metal electrodes. Ensure that Testing i n Position t o Locate Cause of Ignition Failure
the small carbon brush moves freely in its holder.
1 Remove the magneto cap, and examine for dirt or
Check the contacts for cleanliness and freedom from oil, signs of tracking and condition of carbon brush.
oil or grease. If they are burnt or blackened, clean Examine the cable from the coil to the centre terminal
them with fine emery cloth or a very fine carborundum of the cap for cracked or perished insulation,
stone and then wipe with a petrol-moistened cloth. renewing if necessary.

ELECTRICAL

2 Lift off the rotor and check the contacts for cleanliness
and correct gap setting.
Check the tension of the contact breaker spring.
The correct value is 20 to 24 oz., measured at the
contacts.
3 Disconnect tGe lead to the switch from the low-tension
terminal on the magneto body, and turn the engine.
If the magneto now functions normally, inspect the
lead and switch to ensure that there is no evidence of
short-circuit to earth.

Condenser
The condenser is secured to the contact breaker base by
means of a clip, retaining screw and spring washer. Its
P-nnecting strip is slotted to enable it to be lifted off the
ninal bolt.
The possible causes of condenser trouble, and the
symptoms by which each may be recognised, are :-
(a) Open circuit, indicated by excessive burning at the
contacts.
Fig. 265
(b) Short circuit, indicated by complete failure of Normal Running Position
ignition and no sparking at contacts when the
magneto is turned by hand.
(c) Abnormally low insulation resistance, indicated by Starting Procedure
poor low speed performance, when the condenser A manual control is incorporated and m u s t b e used f o r
becomes heated after a period of running. retarding the ignition for starting purposes.
It should be noted that loose or dirty connections to the I Pull out the spring-loaded manual advance and retard
condenser will produce the same symptoms as (a), and that handle and turn it a half-turn (left- or right-hand) to
in the case of (c) the insulation resistance must fall to a very the vertical position to retard the ignition. (See
low value before ignition performance is appreciably affected. Figs. 264 and 265.)
2 Switch on the ignition and start the tractor. Return
the handle to the horizontal position, as soon as the
engine starts, to advance the ignition for normal
running.

T o Stop
Turn the ignition key to the " off" (vertical) position
to earth " the primary circuit of the magneto and
cut out the igni~ion.

To Adjust the Contact Breaker Points G a p
1 Unscrew the two thumb screws retaining the magneto
cap and remove the cap.
2 T u r n the engine so that the heel of the contact breaker
is on the highest point of the cam.
3 Slacken the locking screws securing the adjustable
contact to the base and adjust the points gap to
0.010 in. to 0.012 in. (See Fig. 267.)
4 Tighten both locking screws and recheck the gap
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on

Fig. 264
all cam lobes.
5 Measure the contact breaker arm spring tension by
pressing the hook of the scale AT/SV 12162 a~ainst
a
Starting Position the breaker arm adjacent to the contact point.-

) 3 Check that the points gap is adjusted correctly and rotate the magneto body clockwise until the points are just opening. ELECTRICAL T o Remove the Magneto Retard and Advance Plate 1 Detach the magneto retard and advance plate by removing the split pin retaining the plate to the adaptor and lift off the plate. Locate the clamp bolt. unscrew the nut and remove the plain washer. (Sce Fig. Unscrew and remove the clamp bolt. T o Replace the Retard and Advance Plate l Install the retard handle. 1 piston is approaching the top of the compression stroke.Generally.The sparking plug gap remains unchanged (0. l plug contact in the magneto cap. but do not tighten at this stage. ensure that the offset tongue enters the Fitting the Magneto offset in the shaft correctly and check the timing as described above. 264.040 in. remove the split pin retaining the retarding handle nut. spring.) Timing 1 T u r n the engine so that when No. If should be avoided. Normally.) T u r n retard handle to retard position.). 266. T o Replace the Magneto 1 Fit the magneto to the adaptor housing (coil facing Fig. it is not necessary to remove Fig. 2 Mount the adaptor housing and magneto retard plate in position (two screws and lockwashers) loosen the clamp bolt and fit the magneto (coil facing rear). the dismantling of the magneto further The reading should be taken just as the points than is absolutely necessary for the repair in hand senarate and should be between 20 and 24 02s. Loosen the clamp bolt and lift out the magneto assembly. Tighten the clamp bolt securely. 267 the adaptor housing. Position the assembly on the magneto adaptor housing and secure by means of a new split pin and plain washer. locking washer and nut. Note . ensuring that the offset tongue enters the oEsct slot in the shaft correctly. fit a new part. spring. I t is essential to work at a bench that is clean and free from metal swurJ or particles. block. n i t within this specification. continuity between its free end and the associated Magneto failure can occur if ingress of foreign matter electrode in the magneto cap. the mark on the crankshaft pulley coincides with the timing pointer fitted at the front of the engine. retard block and handle. Adjusting the Points Gztp 227 . as the breaker arm spring must not be bent. is allowed. lcck by means of a new split pin. To Remove the Magneto Disconnect the sparking plug leads. (The air gaps 6 Refit the magneto cap and check each lead for electrical between the rotor and stator are of the order of 0. The rotor arm should now line up with No. nut and lockwasher.005 in. Note . (See Fig. plain washer and castellated nut. 2 T o dismantle the plate. 266 the rear).

LVote . etc. the bolt. of the shaft. Make sure that the If removal of the cam is necessary. 8 Remove the three screws securing the contact breaker 4 Pack the rotor bearings with high melting point base. and remove the contact breaker lever. 11 The roller bearing at the upper end of the rotor can (c) Place a 0. them. gauge h position by turning back the rotor. Do not tighten the fixing nut. to 0. rotor and cam assembly. by scribing a line across the joint between replaced individually. the plug and low tension leads and must be used. 2 Thread the low tension lead from the coil through its 6 Do not remove the cam from the rotor unless the rubber sleeve. spring washer securing the condenser clip. into the body of the magneto. 4 The new bearings should be carefully located. The bushes must not off the shaft. Unscrew the two screws that secure the fixed contact the following replacement procedure must be adhered plate. with the coil uppermost 9 Lift out the contact breaker spring off the terminal and looking at the driving end of the shaft. housing. and unscrew the as this will impair the porosity and hence the nut securing the rotor foot. 44 be pulled off with an extractor. Unscrew the two studs (b) Set the contact breaker gap to 0. 2 Lift off the rotor arm. Note . a new set comprising (a) Refit the cam to the rotor in approximately its both fixed and moving contacts must be fitted on original position relative to the keyway in the drive reassembly. Clamp the an expanding-collet type extractor. holding the coil in position. condenser. relation of the rotor location slot in the cam to the l keyway in the drive end of the rotor shaft. Note .If the contacts are worn. in relation to breaker end are matched pairs and must not be the body. Invert the magneto and lift off the base. The outer journal of and the pole tip. and refit the cam. after the cam and drill shank). together with the weights. Turn back the tab washer. resolder the connecting tag and secure cam end bearing or the cam itself is to be replaced. between the trailing edge of the rotor felt pad have been removed. emergency. together with their spring and plain washers.012 in. . toggles. at the same time gently pressing down on the To Reassemble the Magneto end of the shaft to prevent the shaft coming away with the base. rotor and bearing assembly contacts. takiing care that the high tension stud 7 Slacken the low tension terminal nut. In cases of 4 Note the arrangement of the automatic timing control. effective lubricating quality of the bushes.Before a new bedring bush is fitted. Dismantling the Magneto ensuring that all bearings are fitted squarely. the inner journal of the bearing. note carefully the insulation of this wire is not frayed. Secure the coil with the coil. The gauge is most easily inserted the expanding bearing can be removed by means of through the aperture at the top of the coil. 5 Unscrew the three screws that secure the housing of 1 Reassemble the contact breaker. end of the rotor shaft.ELECTRICAL The auto-advance mechanism should be removed before commencing to dismantle the remaining portion of the magneto. and lift off the will make contact with the spring in the coil cover. slotted connecting tag soldered to the lead from the when the latter is fitted.010 in.The inner and outer roller races at the contact 3 Mark the position of the magneto base. respect to the rotor. Lift the narrowest of the three lugs on the housing is on the fibre washer from the pivot. Take out the screw and right of the bearing. and remove the coil. Remove the six base securing screws (or the six slotted nuts). at its maximum opening. 3 Refit the coil. Soften the solder with a hot iron and remove two fixing studs .086 in. (2. which can then be lifted out complete with grease. fitting over the shaft and locating on remove the magneto cap complete with leads. the earthing tag on the coil must the tag. to in order to ensure correct timing of the cam with and remove the plate. 10 Remove the coil cover.e. to the low tension terminal. The bearings at the lower end of the rotor and at the upper end of the magnetic rotor can also be removed by means of an extractor.1 mm. a NO. Lift by heating the oil to 100°C. 5 If the cam has been removed from the rotor assembly. I n the case of the ball and roller bearings a suitable sleeve 1 Disconnec. first noting the position of the The bush in the magneto base can be removed and arm in relation to the offset driving collar at the end replaced by means of a suitable extractor. it must be immersed in thin engine oil for 24 hours. springs and be overbored by reamering or any other means. and remove the condenser and its connecting strip. and secure to the the lower rotor bearing : slide out the complete magneto body by means of the three fixing screws. Remove the collar retaining pin and withdraw the collar. be firmly held under one of the studs. The brass bearing housing must be so fitted that. this period may be reduced to 2 hours in order to be sure of reassembling it correctly.) gauge (i.

MAGNETO BODY DRIVING F 0 0 TAB WASHER AUTO ADVANCE WEIGHT TOGGLE LUBRICATOR T A B WASHER MAGNETO BASE TARD PLATE CLAMP BOLT ADAPTOR HOUSING Fig. 268 Exploded View of Magneto . ELECTRICAL CONTACT BREAKER CAM WASHER FELT (LARGE) DISHED WASHER. MAGNETO CAP CONDENSOR CONTACT BREAKER SPRING MAGNE BAKELITE BUSH ROTOR /-INSULATING PLATE INSULATING WASHER CONTACT PLAIN WASHER BREAKER BASE NUT NUT BEARING EEVE W A S H E R .

Low speed test : regular sparking must occur at 45-60 r. and secure with the tab washer and nut.. 7 Note . ..012 in. automatic timing control..010 in. 35" i 2" High speed test : no missing must occur at 3. . Condenser capacity . using an 8 kV. 270" + 1" Maximum range .. . 12 Locate the offset driving collar in position and secure by means of the pin. 14"-16" Contact breaker open period .p. taking care position. . 0.2 microfarad on a 5. 10 Place the base over the shaft.m. . great care must be taken that the driving shaft is not forced endways. . springs is provided in the end of the shaft. 180°.. . . Fit the six fixing screws and the fixing nut and lock nut. peen over the end to retain in 7 Fit the rotor driving foot on to the shaft. 45 r. measured at contacts : 20 to 24 ozs. 0°. SPECIFICATION AND REPAIR DATA Firing angles . .000 r.This must always be done before reassembling the 11 Refit the coil cover. that it does not ride over the key.. 90°. . .. 0.. Contact breaker spring tension.When fitting the collar. . the slightest movement of the rotor in the correct direction of rotation results in the contacts toggles.. .p. so that by inserting and toggles on to the action plate. . .. . tighten down securely.. A tapped hole 8 Assemble the main weights.. and engage the pins on the rotor foot with the holes in the # to break..p. taking care that the reference marks scribed across Lightly tap the cam home on its taper and tighten the joint now coincide.e. See that the brass a bolt the shaft can be supported while driving on the washers are in position under the toggles. to 0.m. Note . allowance Anti-clockwise (viewed from drive end) should be made for depreciation. In service. rotary gap. . Place the fibre washer over the shaft. .. i. rotor arm and magneto cap. is the standard Direction of rotation : test figure for a new magneto.ELECTRICAL 6 Adjust the cam until the contacts are just about 9 Support the magneto in an inverted position..m. . 55" + 2" Springs . . 488232 (2 off) Contact breaker closed period .5 mm. auxiliary weights.. 3 point gap. Contact breaker gap . and press into position.. opening... collar.

and the power take-off speed at 1600 R.OPERATING LEVER O I L SEAL RETAINER HAFT & GEAR RAISED P. POWER EQUIPMENT RAISED POWER TAKE-OFF In service a conversion set to suit tractors with standard The raised power take-off is available as optional equip. A table showing 1 Drain the oil from the rear transmission housing.M. it must be enter into the raised power take-off housing from the rear removed and installed on the raised power take-off transmission housing. when viewed from take-off. is clockwise. located conveniently to the driver's right hand.) the rear.P.P.O. The operating lever. The drive is taken from the standard power take-off via a special extension shaft and spur gears. power take-off installed is available. GASKET y.T. engages the Fitting a Raised Power Take-off Conversion Set raised power take-off idler gear.M.Supplied for tractors fitted with standard power The direction of rotation of the shaft. For tractors not fitted ment for thme operators who require this type of unit. engine speed is 540 R. extension shaft. L O C K WASHER IDLER GEAR S E AL I N G WASHER-' LSELEC T O R F O RK Fig. Lubrication Adequate lubrication is provided as the oil is permitted to 3 If a hydraulic pump driving gear is fitted. (Note . 269 Exploded View of Raised Power Take-Off . with standard power take-off an installation set is also supplied. comparisons with the standard power take-off is shown in the " Specification and Repair Data " at the end of this 2 Unscrew the four shaft oil seal retainer bolts and pull section. the power take-off extension shaft and retainer out of the housing.

Lift out the operating lever. 2 Press down the operating lever and remove the 6306-A after removing the split pin. and if removed during this operation. 270 retainer out of the housing. install these parts and retain in position by means of circlips in the grooves in the shaft at the front and rear of the gear. 2 Fit the bearing on the shaft and position the retainer housing. 3 Instal the raised power take-off drive gear on the splined shaft. bolt forms the selector shaft. (See extension shaft and raised power take-off. Fig. after removing the Raised Power Take-Off Extension Shaft and Gear four bolts securing the retainer to the housing.) To Remove the Raised Power Take-off Extension Shaft 1 Refer to page 231 for details in respect of the 1 Grasp the extension shaft firmly and pull it out from standard power take-off and operating lever and the rear transmission housing. after removing the proceed as above (paragraphs 3. and locked by unscrew the two upper retaining bolts which pass through the raised power take-off housing. T o dismantle.POWER EQUIPMENT 4 Make certain that the castel!ated nut retaining the gear . castellated nut retainer bolt and nut. Lift the assembly away from the trans- transmission. 2 Remove the circlip from the groove in the rear of the retainer housing. (Note . 4 and 5) for the raised power take-off as described above.) To Dismantle the Raised Power Take-off 1 Ease the power take-off shaft. Retain through the tubular idler gear shaft. mission housing. and 3 Unscrew the four retaining bolts and remove the withdraw the bearing. secure by means of a circlip in the groove in the retainer. but do not a means of a split pin. using tool No.Supplied for tractors without standard power take-off. master guard and shaft cover. 4 Mount the assembly in position in the rear trans- mission housing. will release the selector fork ball and 5 Mount tbe master guard and cover and refill the rear spring. If .T o prevent the selector shaft bolt becoming dis- lodged fit a nut on the bolt thread. locate a plain washer and fully tighten the castellated nut and lock by means of a new split pin.on the shaft is fully tightened. and plain washer. 3 If a hydraulic pump drive gear is fitted remove the 4 Unscrew the two lower bolts containing the raised circlips from the front and rear of the gear and with- power take-off to the rear transmission housing. release the circlip and remove the spring and seat. Fitting a Raised Power Take-off Installation Set Note -. 270. and instal the raised power take. Next draw the gear from the shaft and the key.) To Remove the Raised Power Take-off To Dismantle the Extension Shaft 1 Drain the oil from the rear transmission housing. To Reassemble and Install Extension Shaft 1 If the hydraulic pump gear and key have been removed. slide the bearing retainer off. remove the right-hand bolt. The left-hand bolt locates off extension shaft assembly into the housing. Tr/NM. 1 Withdraw the drive gear. (See Fig. The right-hand in position by means of the four bolts provided. 271. bearing and oil seal Fig.

Spring lockwashers are fitted to the tubular idler gear shaft bolt and the two lower retaining bolts. lock- washer and nut. locate the tubulzr shaft with a new oil sealing ring in the groove. and is driven by the primary lower shaft gear and 3 Carefully withdraw the selector fork shaft bolt power take-off gear. on the left-hand side of the tractor. a cover and shield is provided housing. Removing the Power Take-off and Extension Shaft positioned correctly to accommodate the oil seal retainer housing. the shaft bolt is not now withdrawn from the housing. 3 Mount the raised power take-off assembly. which also actuates the hydraulic pump. (pr~viously left loose. when removing the raised pcwer take-off so that the ball and spring are not The power take-off extension shaft extends through the lost). and gently drive it home against the stop in the housing with the flat. Secure by means of the four bolts and lockwashers.To avoid losing the ball and spring take care that tractor). POWER EQUIPMENT necessary. A special sealing washer is fitted behind the head of the selector fork shaft bolt. Mount the master guard and cover in position using four bolts and lockwashers provided. The shaft bolt is provided with a lead-in to housing. Rearward movement of the lever engages the To Reassemble and Replace the Raised Power drive. Note . 1 Drain the oil from the gearbox and the rear axle (see appropriate sections). The two bearings may now be withdrawn in the normal The power take-off supplied as optional equipment is manner and new parts fitted. 2 Locate the selector fork in the gear. The power take-offis controlled by a lever which is mounted supporting the idler gear during this operation. Refill the rear transmission housing with the correct Fig. fitted in the base of the front and the rear transmission housings. Raised Power Take-Off . Unscrew the four shaft enter the shaft bolt (and sealing washer) from the oil seal retainer bolts and pull the shaft out of the rear. to the gear box selector plate. gently holding 2 Remove the power take-off extension shaft master the ball down from the front with a suitable tool and guard and cover (three bolts). at the outer end. extract the oil seal from the retamer and POWER TAKE-OFF fit a new seal with lip towards the housing. 232. ensuring that it is engaged with the selector fork and retained by means of the bolt. over the splined end of the shaft. Take-off For details of the raised power take-off see pages 231 and 1 Position the idler gear. The fork may now be removed from the rear of the rear axle housing.(with . 271 grade and quantity of lubricant. a new gasket) to the rear transmission housing and securely tighten the four retaining bolts (and washers). with a new gasket. Instal the power take-off shaft and oil seal retainer. 3 Disconnect the operating lever (left-hand side of the Note . making certain that the flat of the housing coincides with the flat on the idler gear shaft. position the spring and ball in the seat in the fork. and remove the selector housing (four bolts). 3 Drive the tubular shaft out of the rear of the housing. facilitate assembly. Instal and press down the operating lever in the neck of the housing. with the fork slot to the rear.

adaptors (TrlMD.7255-A) and screw it into the position. Support the power take-off gear and tap the shaft Dismantling t h e Power Take-off Extension Shaft into the housing from the rear to expose the front 1 Remove the hydraulic pump gear front circlip and bearing. fit the front and rear circlips to retain in position. the housing. The bearing on the end of the centre bolt of the power take-off is retained to the shaft by a collar that is shrunk in shaft remover (TrIMD. Rear Bearing and Oil Seals . push out the shafi which Tighten up thoroughly the four screws and lock. 3 Disconnect the operating lever and remove the T o Replace the Power Take-off Extension Shaft selector housing. fit the bearing the rubber oil seal from the end of the housing.) Fig. rear bearing and oil seals. This collar must be removed if it is end of the shaft. 1 Locate the hydraulic pump gear to the shaft and 4 Remove the power take-off from the base of the gear. 272. and cover (three bolts). Next position the screw adaptor retainer off the splined end of the shaft. Secure by means of the circlip in the groove in the retainer. washers and fit the master guard and cover. will release the idler gear. power take-off. T o Dismantle t h e Power Take-off 1 Remove the split pin retaining the idling gear shaft 3 Mount in position in the rear axle.?thegear off the shaft and key. after unscrewing the six securing bolts. in the lugs of the housing.7255-A) behind the front bearing so that the four spring-loaded plungers locate in the (I 2 Remove the bearing circlip and tap the oil seal end plate bolt holes. and pull the shaft and retainer out of and press . box. Remove 2 Assemble a ncw oilsseal in the retainer. using a new gasket between the retainer and axle housing. Unscrew the four shaft oil seal 5 Remove the hydraulic pump gear retaining circlip retainer bolts. on the shaft and position the oil seal and retainer. key. (See Fig. 2 Detach the front bearing end plate (four bolts). Remove the oil the front bearing off the shaft and withdraw the shaft seal from the retainer. Remove the rubber oil seal from 2 Remove the power take-off extension shaft shield the end of the housing. Fit the two draw the gear off the key and shaft. Tighten up the wing nut to push desired to withdraw the bearing.POWER EQUIPMENT 4 Unscrew the six bolts securing the power take-off to T o Remove t h e Power Take-off the base of the gearbox housing and remove the 1 Drain the oil from the gearbox and the rear axle. Remove the shaft circlip. 272 Withdrawing the Shaft.

273 Fitting the Oil Seal in the Power Take-off Housing . BELT PULLEY locate the new oil seal and drive firmly into position The belt pulley is optional equipment and is attached to with the adaptor TrID. position the gasket on the upper face. with the selector Turn the shaft. angles on the top of the shifter handle boss to the pulley T o Replace the Power Take-off 1 Locate a new rubber oil seal .7006. bearing and lift out the power take-off gear. Remove the selector fork and housing. 3 Fit the tapered sleeve (TrlD. POWER EQUIPMENT 3 Remove the shaft rear bearing circlip and press off is being withdrawn to avoid losing the ball). 2 Enter first the two dowel bolts in the left. remove the screw and withdraw the shaft to release the fork (cover the selector ball passage as the shaft Fig. using the tool numbered Tr/D. The gear shifter is operated by means of the control handle locate the idler gear with the long shoulder to the rear. 3 Fit the selector housing and couple up the operating lever. Fit the circlip and enter means of the retaining screw and lock with a piece the shaft into the gear splines and tap into position of wire. Remove the ball and spring. groove to retain it in position. and unscrew the four housing retaining bolts.7297) over the splines. and fit a new split and lever which is spring-loaded and locked in position by a pin which locates into one of two grooves machined at right pin. and just enter the shaft in the fork.at the rear end of the housing.and right- hand centre holes. with the boss to the front. into the lower bearing.7297B on the tool as shown the right-hand side of the front transmission housing. Place the dummy end plate (TrID. and enter the power take-off into position. stand the housing on the plate. a 2 Cut the selector fork retaining screw locking wire. the pulley drive gear shaft. The pulley is in constant mesh with the gearbox main drive shaft bevel gear and engagement of the pulley is effected by 4 Remove the dummy end plate and fit the original means of the gear shifter which meshes with the splines on plate and a new gasket. and lockwashers.7006. push the shaft into position. in Fig. the bearing. and press the bearing on to the shaft indentations and then secure the selector fork by using the tool TrID. T o Replace the Selector Fork and Housing To Reassemble the Power Take-off 1 Fit a new oil seal in the housing with the lip of the 1 Lo&te the front bearing and fit the circlip in the seal inwards. 273. Locate the spring and ball and push the shaft into position. then fit the other four bolts and tighten them all up evenly.77012) in front of the bearing and 2 Position the selector fork. Removing a n d Dismantling t h e Selector Fork and Housing 1 Disconnect the control lever (left-hand side of tractor). so that the ball registers with the fork upwards. 5 Enter the idler gear shaft in the lugs of the housing. 2 Position the power take-off gear. Detach the circlip from the groove in the front 3 Remove the oil seal from the rear of the housing.

when engaged due to vibration. 274 Exploded View of Belt Pulley . the assembly in the mounting provided on the during this operation. right-hand side of the front transmission housing. Fig. Using two of the bolts retaining housing. Secure the pulley to the housing by means 4 Withdraw the drive shaft assembly and remove the of the six retainer bolts. retaining bolts. Normally. one gasket is sufficient to pravide sufficient backlash.POWER EQUIPMENT housing. a little at a time. Tighten them up alternately. should operate without any whining or grinding noise. under load. 2 Remove the split pin retaining the castellated nut on 2 Unscrew the six retainer bolts and lift the pulley the end of the drive shaft. This method reduces the number of moving 2 Mount the cover in position and secure by the two parts to a minimum and proviaes a secure drive either in. withdraw the splined bush from the centre of the pulley by To Replace the Belt Pulley screwing the bolts in the tapped holes in the splined 1 Position a gasket on the pulley housing and enter bush. cover. drive gear shifter. Lubrication ? Sufficient lubrication is provided by the front transmission lubricant. unscrew the nut and remove assembly and cover from the front transmission the outer washer. engagemend and avoids the possibility of it shifting On starting the tractor the pulley. or out of. the pulley to the front transmission housing. To Dismantle the Belt Pulley 1 Disconnect the control handle from the lever by To Remove the Belt Pulley removing the split pin and cotter pin at the base of the 1 Unscrew the two cover retaining bolts and remove the handle. 3 Pull the pulley from the drive shaft.

6 Position the pulley hub on the shaft. drive the lever splines of the drive gear shifter. Secure by means of the lock ring in the groove on the shaft. end of the shaft. 5 Press on the outer bearing and then the oil seal 6 Remove the oil seal from the outer end of the (lip towards bearing) and locate the small gasket on the housing. locate the outer 7 Withdraw the inner and outer bearings. Secure by means of the castellated nut which must be fully tightened and locked with a new split pin. the shaft. Fig. tractors. designed for the New Fordson Major shaft. POWER EQUIPMENT TO dismantle the drive shaft assembly. remove the 3 Position the drive shaft in the drive gear and bush lock ring from the end of the shaft. and enter the drive shaft assembly through the To dihantle the block from the lever. Position the HYDRAULIC POWER LIFT LINKAGE spring on the lever and enter the assembly through the mounting hole in the housing and retain by means The simplified three-point linkage is suitable for use with of the groove pin driven through the lower hole in the Mounted Implements. and it in no way affects the use of trailing implements. equipment. lift off the thrust assembly and locate the thrust washer on the end of washer and slide the drive shaft out of the drive gear. 275 Hydrau!ic Power Lift Linkage . out of the block and remove the lock ring. using suitable washer and press on the splined bush retainer. 5 Drive out the lever retaining groove pin from the lower 4 Install the d r i ~ e ' ~ e ahifter ar in position in the housing hole in the shaft and remove the lever and spring. control handle lever and press the gear shift block on to the lever to engage the lock ring. lever and retain by means of the cotter pin and 2 Locate the lock ring in the groove in the end of the split pin. 'To Assemble the Belt Pulley 7 Install the control handle (facing rearwards) on the 1 Press the inner bearing in the housing.

It may be free to slide or it may be together with the necessary mounting brackets. The rods can be used in must be fully conversant with the various positions in whict either a fixed or telescopic position depending upon the it may be used. the locknut must be tightened. The hydraulic lift arms are "handed" and should first be checked by moving the hydraulic lift control lever to the " down " position. wheel. and lifting link and levelling box assembly.. to prevent the lower links striking the rear wheel. It must be understood that the linkage has type of implement being used. depth of work. Their purpose is two-fold :- l To prevent the lower links fouling the rear wheel at any time. nevertheless. Check Chains The check chains are attached to the lower links and the check chain brackets. two check chains.7 mm. With the plough. and include turnbuckle-type check chains to stabilise row-crop implements. The telescopic position is attained by inserting the pin through the slot in the clevis and the upper hole in the sleeve. and therefore incorporates the levelling box through which the lateral level some of the following information will not be applicable to of an implement used with the lifting rods in the fixed position every implement.) above the base line of the hydraulic lift. 275) plays a very important part in The lifting rods (see Fig. necessity to alter the initial setting of the left-hand lifting rod. but. otherwise wear will take place through the dust collected acting as an abrasive. the position depending upon the type of implement in use. 276 adjustment.7 mm. The right-hand lifting rod been designed for any types of implements. two lower links. the eye of the lift arm is approximate!^ 5.) apart.P O V E R EQUIPMENT All the necessary adjustments are easy to make. fixed. their forward ends 2. The forward hole is for the check chain. The Hydraulic Power Lift Linkage comprises one The inner sleeve which fits into the clevis has two holes adjustable upper link. In addition to the ball-jointed ends.1 in. is detached. it will be necessary to force the lift arms down by Lower Links a n d Safety Chain hand. The ball sockets must not be lubricated. and the operator the lift arms to the lower links. The fixed position must always be used for ploughing. the check chains must be slack enough to allow for the correct operation of the furrow width Fig. (147. (31. otherwise it is not possible to effectively control the otherwise undue wear will result. i. There should be no mention it. (53. it has been necessary to may be controlled when in work. a safety chain is provided for The fixed position is attained by inserting the pin through connecting the two lower links together when the implement the hole in the clevis end and the lower hole in the sleeve. one drilled in the lower end at right angles to each other. . Without an implement on the tractor linkage. and the rear one for the lifting rod when a heavy implement is attached. TELESCOPIC ROD 2 To prevent lateral float on certain implements. Check that the eye of each lift arm is approximately The two lower links constitute a pair. the latter ihcorporates a simple control for adjusting the level of mounted equipment. or imvlements with Hydraulic Lift Arms more than one depth adjusting wheel uncss otherwise stated. Fixed and telescopic should be tramposed.) above the base line of the hydraulic lift. one lifting rod. The two chains must always be fastened together when no implement is attached to the linkage. Lifting Rods The linkage (gee Fig.e. 276) which are "handed. are attached to pins on the brackets bolted to the rear transmission case. and an adjustable top link which controls the If this condition is not obtained. and when the correct setting has been made on Lifting Rod Positions the turnbuckle." connect the successful working of the implement. there are three other holes in each link. The upper and lower links are fitted with self-aligning ball or for an implement with not more than one depth adjusting sockets at each end. positions are provided on the lift and levelling rods.34 mm. the arms are incorrectly fitted and they a pitch of Mounted Implements.58 in. In addition to the linkage. PNEUMATIC 1 A safety transport chain is attached to the inside rear end of each link. which must not be lubricated in any way. 19 ins. this position should be used for toolbars. the centre one the normal position for the lifting rod.

otherwise wear will take place through the the check chains from the check chain brackets. The other end of the link from the tractor. linch pin. support pins. the pitch will be decreased. The upper link has a left-hand thread at one end. and upper link bolted to the rear of the tractor.and right-hand thread. is attached to the top hamper of the implement. The upper link controls the fore and aft level of an implement. otherwise the crop will be damaged due side lift rod from the lower link. and disconnect the 7 Refit the lift arms with the lever in the " Lower " lift arms from the lift rods. 6 Fit the support pin and linch pin to secure left-hand To Remove side lift rod to the lower link. rods. furrow side of the plough. to secure the upper effective length of the lifting rod. linch pin. washers and remove the 8 Fit the support pins and linch pins to secure the lift lift arms from the hydraulic lift cross-shaft. position. and if it be lengthened. 7 Unscrew the nuts. Both ends of the link are ball-jointed as are the lower links and should 6 Remove :he split pins. lift the link to its bracket on the tractor. whilst an anti-clockwise rotation 5 Fit the support pin. fit side lifting rod. therefore. then the check 3 Remove the linch pin and disconnect the left-hand chains must be tight. providing the lifting rods are in the fixed support pin and split pin. 1 Fit the lower links to the rear axle housing and secure with a castellated nut and split pin on each. incorporated in the right-hand 3 Fit the check chains to the check chain brackets. The levelling box contains bevel reduction gears . 1 Remove the split pin. to a bracket 5 Remove the linch pin. position. a right-hand thread at the other. If the link is shortened. and disconnect the check chains from the lower links. The lateral level of the plough when in work is effected by means of the levelling box. at the one end. from the lower link. . clockwise rotation of the levelling lever will shorten the 4 Fit the support pin. Secure with a bolt and washer. this will increase the To Replace pitch of an implement. and. 2 Unscrew the retaining bolts. to secure right-hand will have the reverse effect. and disconnect not be lubricated. to lateral float of the implement. POWER EQUIPMENT When rowcrop implements are being used. housing. unscrew the castellated nuts turnbuckle having a left. the two being joined by a 8 Remove the split pins. 4 Remove the linch pin and support pin. hence the and remove the lower links from the rear axle link is adjustable for length. clevin pin. disconnect the right-hand side lift rod. Upper Link The upper l&k is attached. spring washers. dust collected acting as an abrasive. 2 The check chains should next be fitted and each Lateral Level secured to the lower links by a nut and spring washer. complete with levelling box. support pin. side lift rod to the lower link.

Shaft .) Height of Shaft from the Ground . . Raised P. .) 25. . (245. . I Description I Standard P. . (392. . (262. . .) 25..56 ins... . .. (649. (431.O.) . . 1.) 12.p.33 mm.) 3..400 r.I..T.31 ins. . 3. (519.6 m.34 ins.p.O...00 ins.) .m. . .p. .) I Overall Gear Ratio between Engine and P. Shaft to Centre Line of Drawbar Hitch Point .56 ins.115 ft.07 mm.../min.) 9. .. for 1.) l I Height from Centre Line of Shaft to the three positions of the Drawbar Hitch Point .. .38 ins. (674.46 ins. Belt speed at 1.80 mm.) 1. 20.) Power Take-of.T. . (129./min.) 14.81 ins.p. . . (35. 3. . (0.46 ins. : High speed .01 mm. 1.600 r.) 15.) See below for Comparative Data of Raised and Standard Low speed ...S.. . Clockwise Pulley speed at 1.200 r. . of engine.A.400 engine r. (76. (545.0 ins. (649. .p..) Minimum Clearance of Guard ../min.60 mm.56 ins..E. .400 engine r. . .77 mm. Clockwise Clockwise Distance from End of P..T.) 3.p.44 ins.00 ins.46 ins.m.56 ins. ..T ./min.. . . (129. .10 ins.10 mm. . Centre Lines Comparative Data-Standard and Raised Power Take-Off 5. 0.38 ins. (76. ..68 mm. and S.O. .10 ins. POWER EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION AND REPAIR DATA Belt Pulley Power Take-off Shaft Type .. 20.. .734 ft. 779 r.22 mm.216 m. : High speed ..) l(l4-30 Tyres) . (35.) I5.08 mm. . . (528. . .) diameter Low speed .) 26. 4. (319.O.0. 21.58 ins. .16 mm. Fixed drive or a control lever permitting the Above drawbar at rear centre of axle.68 mm. t 1. . . Pulley diarheter . (34.. 6 splines 18 ins.92 mm. . \ . (116..54 mm.10 mm.46 ins.T. .T. . . (189..) I Distance between Raised P.. at Rated Engine Speed of 1..... Standards) Length of Engagement of SpIine . Speed r... operates at drive to the pulley to be disconnected. P. .p.. . . (355.. (84.) 3.m..) Rotation .20 mm... (519. 17.. (96. 542 r.62 mm. and Standard P. 540 Direction of Rotation from Rear . . (918. Shaft .) 10.m.m. 8.20 mm.0 ins..m. T ..1 m. .68 ins.m.m.O.. . I Spline Diameter (B.. .86 mm.63 mm. .5 ins. .22 mm.) 7.48 mm.54 mm.p.

DI"IIEXSI0A'AL D A T A .

. . Distributor-Contact Breaker Points . . .... .. Generator Commutator .. .. . . .. . .. . Cooling System Starter Motor Commutator (all models) Draining the System . .. .. ..... .. .. .. Heavy Duty Clutch . Side Lamps . INDEX D=Diesel Engine. .... Clutch Pilot Bearing . . .. .... . . Connecting Rods . ... . . Unless otherwise stated the items refer to all models.... . Maintenance-Clutch Release .. . Starter Motor-Petrol/Vap.. . ... D. . . . Radiator . ... . .. . . ... . P.. Battery . ... ... . Installation of Hydraulic Automatic Clutch Release .. . . . . Connecting Rod Alignment ...O.. . ... .. 206 P. 42 .... . Upper Link-Hydraulic Clutch Release . .. . Parking Brake . .. Generator Brushes . . . .. . .... Dimensional Data Dimensional Chart of Tractor. .. ..... . .-V.. . . .. . Generator Commutator End Bra~ket. . Water Pump ...... . . Brake Pedal Cross-shaft .. Specification and Repair Data.. ... Ignition and Light switch . . Headlamps ... . .. 191 Cylinder Liners . . Filling the System ... . Wiring Diagrams .. .V. Magneto Specification .... ..... . Electrical System Cylinder Head and Gasket . Fan Belt . . . .. Crankshaft .. 221 P. Generator Field Coils .. .. . Specification and Repair Data . Headlamp Glass ... . Generator Drive End Bracket . . . Starter Motor Field Coils (all models) Fan .. . ~ u & l i a Drive r ~ Shaft . .... . . Spark Plugs . . . .. ..-V 0 . Clutch Ignition Timing . Temperature Gauge . . Page Braking System Distributor Weight Springs .. . ...O. . . . .. Foot Pedal Linkage ..=Petrol--Vaporising Oil Engines. . .... .. Hydraulic Automatic Clutch Release .. . Ignition Coil ..-V. .O.. . . . . . Engine Oil Indicator . . ... Lighting System . . Specification and Repair Data . . . ... .-V. . Distributor-Condenser .... Starter Motor-Diesel ... .. 204 D. . Overhauling the Clutch . .. 16 Distributor Overhaul .. . Industrial Tractor Brakes . . . . . . Adjustments for Normal Lining Wear Generator .... ... . P...... . Steady Post . . . .. Specification and Repair Data .. Camshaft and Tappets .. . . Flushing the System .. . . . Horn . . Brake Cables . Magneto Ignition . Brake Plate .. . . ... . .. .. . . . . Hand Brakes ... . . . :: (I 62 Distributor . ... Thermostat .. .. 218 205 204 Decarbonising .... . . . Engine Hoses-Radiator . . .O... . . .. . . . . . . . .. .. Tail Lamp .. .. . .. . . .... . . . ... .. . . . Adjusting Hydraulic Clutch Release Relief Valve .. .... . Side Lamp Glass .. Centralising Brake Shoes ... .. . D.. . Ammeter ... . . Adjustment of Clutch . ..... . Starter Motor Armature (all models) Starter Motor Brushes (all models) .. Controls ... ... . Oil .. . .. . Headlamp Bulb .. ........ . Side Lamp Bulb . P. . .. .. . .. . ... Adjusting Hydraulic Automatic Clutch Release . . .. .. D... ..

.. . ... ... ... . . . 130 Oil Pump .. 14 Calibrating the Pump .. . 25 39 50 Valve Springs . g 1 Excess Fuel and Stop Device . ..... 29 Front Axle . . .. .... ... ..o.. . . 167 36 Oil Indicator .... . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Spill Cut-off Setting . . . 28 Spindle Arm .. . . ... ... 136 Piston Pins . . .. ... . . .. ... g 1 Valve Grinding .. ..... . . .. 61 Valve Seats .. g 0 Rotator-Type Exhaust Valves .. . ... 40 Camshaft Modified . . ' ' D l9 Selector Housing and Clutch Balance Lever . 8 36 Front Axle Lubrication System . . . g 2 Timing Cover and Oil Seal .. ... . .. . . ... INDEX Page Page Filter-Engine Oil .. 31 Spindle Bushes .. . . .. . .. . ..o. 77 & 80 Valve Guides and Springs ....... .. .. D.. Engine Idling . 172 Major Repair Operations . . . .. ..... ... . ... .. D. .. .. . g 5 Fitting the Pump . 29 Axle Beam . . . 8 Wheel Bearings . . . . Phasing the Pump .... .. .... g 4 Specification and Repair Data . .. .. . ..-V.... .. ...-V... . . . . .. .. ... . ..... . . .. .... . . . . 81 & 86 Pneumatic Governor .. .... D.... 7 8 Rocker Shaft .... . .. ... .. 77 & 80 Ring Gear .. . ... . 132 Pistons and Connectine: Rods . .. . ... 171 53 Radius Rod . 131 Oil Pressure Gauge . . .. . 131 Oil Pump Test .. 168 Main Bearing Caps . .. .. . Injector Pipcs ... . 59 Main Bearing Bolts . 171 54 Trunnion Pin .. . . .. . 7 8 Maximum No Load Governed Speed ... 7 6 Pump Storage . S 3 Relief Valve-Oil . . . 14 Injector Houshgs and Seals . 61 Adjustments . . . . . .O. .. .. . . Pumping Element . .. . . .. -V'o' . ... . ... . .. .. . 44 Pressure Gauge-Oil ... . 9 4 Push Rods and Tappets ... . ... ..... ... .. . g 0 ... . . .. 170 54 Drag Link .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Fuel System Piston Rings . Injectors . . . ... . . . .... 59 Main Gearbox . 62 Bleeding the System . . 62 Gearbox Data . . . . . 19 Diesel Fuel System P. ... . g 1 Sump and Gaskets .. . . . . 132 D 17 Main Gear Lever .. 170 52 Specification and Repair Data .. . . . .. .. ... .. . . . 61 Primary Gearbox .. .. 168 Manifold-Inlet and Exhaust . .. g 5 Timing Gears . Lubrication . .. .. . .. Filter-Fuel Oil . . . . .. . g 2 Injectors-Cleaning .. 132 Pistons . ..... . Injectors-Testing .. 12 Front Mounting Plate .. . 81 & 89 P. Fault Diagnosis . . . ..... ... .. . . ... ... 30 40 54 Valve Seat Inserts ... .. . .. Front Transmission. ... . . 45 17 Specification and Repair Data . . . ... ... ... . 8 6 Timing the Pump ..... . . 8 9 Valve Guides . .. . . . 42 Primary Gear Lever .Gearbox Oil Filter . . Delivery Valve . ... . . . .. . . .. 15 40 Inlet and ~ x h a u s Manifold t ... .. .. . 13 Flywheel and Ring Gear .... . .. .. . ... .. . 170 Main Bearing Liners .. ... . 132 P.. .......-v. . ... ....

..... . .. 173 Specification and Repair Data . .. . 115 Non-Return Valve Test . 190 Lift Link .. ..... . . . ... . . . Lift Arms . . .. 148. . . Bull Pinion Bearings . .. ... . .. ..... .. . 235 Dual Rear Wheels ... Brake Extension Houshgs . .. Axle Shaft Outer Bearings . .. S .... ... ... ... .. .. 238 Wheel Weights .. 175 Steering Gear . .. .. .INDEX Fuel Tanks and Fuel Supply Taps Lower Links .. ... 153 Gearbox and Engine to Rear Transmission .. . . . ... . . . . . .. . . Vaporiser . Air Cleaner .. . . .. . ...... . . .. ' . .... . 7 Raised Power Take-Off Extension Shaft Raised Power Take-Off Installation . ... . . . . . . .. . . .. 152 Steering Gear Ram Cylinder .. 150 Rear Wheels . ... . 153 Bull Pinion Shaft . 118 Pump Pedestal Ball Valves . . . .. . Control Lever . . . . . 1478~162 Specification and Repair Data Hydraulic Pump Test .... . . ... . .. . .. 117 Non-Return Valve Seat .. .. . . 152 Front Axle Separated . . . .... Vaporiser and Carburettor Safety Chains .. . ... 161 Lift Arms . . ... . . .. .. . . .. .. .. . . . Axle Shaft Oil Seal . . Adjustable MeteringIMain Jet Specification and Repair Data . .. 189 Lift Rods .. . . ... .. . . 174 Rate of Fall Adjustment . 238 Liquid Ballast . 152 Separating the Tractor Magnetic Filters ..Off . . ... Crown Wheel and Differential Adjusting Valve Control Unit . . .. . . . .. ... . . .. .. . .. 238 Specification and Repair Data . . 165 Rear Wheel Width Adjustment Hydraulic Pump . . 154 Engine and Front Axle from Front Transmission . . ... . .. .. . . 147 Dismantling Front Transmission after Engine and Neutral Position . . 174 Power Equipment Wheels and Tyres Belt Pulley . . .. . 187 244 .. 147 Raised Position . Fault Diagnosis . 118 Piston Valve ... Fuel Lift Pump . . .. . . . .. 178 Valve Control Unit .. . .. ....... 155 Driving Pinion . .. . .. . . . . Power Take. .. ... . .. . .. .... .. ... Tank Caps . . . Taps . Tanks-Fuel . . .... . .. 166 Rocker Shaft ... ....... . . . Mechanical Governor . . . ..... . Power Take-Off Extension Shaft . Cross-shaft . .. Specification and Repair Data Axle Shaft Bearings and Cups Petrol Starting Carburettor ... . . . . . .. . . . Carburettor . . 157 Ram Cylinder Piston . ... .. . . . . . 237 Tyres . 189 Check Chains .. . . . 152 Raising Position.. . . . . . . ... .. . . .. . . .. . . .. 158 Adjustments .. . . . .. ..... .. . . . 153 Lubrication .. . .. Hydraulic System Bull Pinion Housing Bearing Cups Adjusting Rate of Fall . 155 Rear Transmission from Front Transmission and Pump Pedestal . 175 Wire Mesh Filter Screen . . . . . . 158 Rear Transmission . . .. 153 & 155 Steering Column . . 157 Lowering Position . . . . .. . . . .. ... . . . . Diagrammatic Rdpresentation of Hydraulic System .. .. .. . .. . Axle Shaft . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 164 Engine .. . . 152 Specification and Repair Data . . . . . . . . . Raised Power Take-Off .. . . . ... . . ..... . . .. . 174 Unloading Valve Test . .... .. .. .. .. .. Power Take-Off Selector .. ... 152 Drawbar . . . . .... . . Rear Transmission-Rear Axle IdlingAdjustment . . 147&164 Steering Shaft . . .. . . .

suitably and extract the pressure plate pivot pin split 2 Clean the assembly thoroughly and check the pressure pin.. and if a new plate is required. or suitable spacer. ins. reassembly and adjustment of the assembly press and remove the three cover retaining bolts and before fitting to the engine. scores and signs of discoloration due service.5 oz. To Dismantle 4 Release the press carefully. then carefully withdraw the pivot pin taking care 1769-1 831 Ins (44 93mm -46 50mm 1 Fig. 278 Adjusting the Clutch Pressure Plate . mark them page 120. 1 Remove the pressure plate assembly as described on If necessary to remove the release levers. If the pressure plate is damaged a to carry out the adjustment of the release levers. complete new pressure plate assembly should be fitted. lockwashers. a complete pressure 3 h4ark the cover in relation to the plate and locate the plate assembly should be fitted. assembly (cover upwards and with a clutch disc. SUPPLEMENT OVERHAULING THE CLUTCH PRESSURE PLATE ASSEMBLY The clutchI pressure plate assembly may be overhauled in plate for cracks. provided a suitable gauge (dcscr~bedbelow) is used to overheating. remove the bar and the cover and lift off the nine springs and seating washers. In production the pressure plate assembly is balanced to 0. fitted in position) on the bed of a press The removal and replacement of the clutch is covered in and place a bar across the top of the cover. Operate the " Clutch " section and the following details cover the the press until the cover is just toucning the bed of the dismantling.

so that a dimension of over the raised bosses on the plate and install the 1. Printed in England /W70 .04-9.831 ins.29 mm.) long. (0. It is important that the thret Carefully slide the three gauge blocks between the levers are adjusted in plane within 0. WA SHER S J' PLATE locate the yoke and fit the yoke pin with the flat surface towards the roller. using a guide pin or grease.93 to 46.-0. SUPPLEMENT. Remove the clutch assembly from the flywheel and lock the adjusting screws by carefully staking over the Locate the cover and position a bar across the top. 279 (b) Assemble the nineteen rollers in the end hole of Exploded View of Clutch each lever.015 in. (See Fig.38 mm. To Reassemble and Adjust Note .356 in. 279. Place the pressure plate assembly in position on the Adjust the release lever adjusting screws. ends. (See Fig. (25.) until fully locked then fully tighten the six cover to flywheel bolts and lockwashers. (9. (127 mm. three cover to pressure plate bolts a little at a time Suitably support the flywheel (clutch face upwards) on the bed of a press.) thick and 1.) These are placed between the pressure plate and the flywheel to represent the clutch disc for the purpose of this adjustment.) wide. to 1. ensuring during this operation that the adjust- checking that when compressed the mating marks ment is not disturbed. 278. (See Fig.) exists springs. 278. and mount each assembly in correct position to the pivots on the pressure plate by means of new pivot pins.To carry gut the adjustment of the release levers it will be necessary to obtain three gauge blocks which can be made from metal strips 5 ins. using a depth flywheel and locate the nine spring seating washers gauge as shown in Fig. First tighten the used as described on page 120. (made previously) will come together. Operate the press sufficiently to enter the three cover to pressure When fitting the clutch assembly to the engine it is plate retaining bolts and lockwashers and the six cover essential that the clutch plate locator T r / D 7563 is to flywheel bolts and lockwashers. (a) On each lever insert the small roller at the top of the hole in the lever (nearest the adjusting screw). 0. T o dismantle the lever remove the split pin retaining the yoke pin. withdraw the yoke pin and small roller.0 in. 278. between the top of the adjusting screw and the top face of the gauge block.4 mm.) Fig. Release the press a and remove the bar.769 ins. (44.) pressure plate and the flywheel so that they are positioned under each release lever.50 mm.CLUTCH not to lose the nineteen needle rollers.366 in.