Section 09

Electrical Wiring Diagrams
- industrial engines

Section 09. Wiring Diagrams - industrial engines
09.1 GENERAL NOTES
These instructions apply to all the industrial wiring
diagrams shown unless shown otherwise on
individual diagrams.
The wiring diagrams contained within this section
are given with our best intentions and are believed to
be correct at the time of going to press.
Should difficulties be encountered or
enlargements be required please contact Lister
Petter.
1. All cables must be 32/0.020 or 19/0.26, unless
otherwise stated, PVC insulated thin wall space
saving automobile cable.
2. The cable sizes given relate to the cables between
the control panel, or loose components, and the
engine being a maximum length of 2.0 metres,
and the cables between the battery and engine
being a maximum length of 0.94 metres.
3. The cable colour code relates to the first colour
being the main colour and the second colour the
tracer.
4. Items 6 and 12 are only applicable when gauges
are fitted.
5. Item 10 is only applicable to LPWS engines.
10A and 10B - LPWS2
10A, 10B and 10C - LPWS3
10A, 10B, 10C and 10D - LPWS4
6. Items 15B and 16B are only applicable when
extension looms are fitted.

09.2 DIAGRAM IDENTIFICATION CODES
09.2.1 Component Codes
For clarity, components on the following wiring
diagrams have been given an identification code
number as shown below. For engines fitted with a
Mitsubishi alternator refer to the relevant drawing.
Components, and their associated wiring, shown
dotted are optional accessories or are only fitted on
some engines as shown.
1. Alternator
2. Belt breakage shutdown relay
3. Control keyswitch
4. Not used
5. Excitation resistance
6. Engine temperature gauge sender
7. Engine temperature switch
8. Fuel control solenoid circuit breaker
9. Fuel control solenoid
10.Glowplugs - LPWS
11. Glowplug relay - LPWS
12.Oil pressure gauge sender
13.Oil pressure switch
14.Protection override push-button
15.Plug and socket - 9 way
16.Plug and socket - 7 way
17.Protection switch relay
18.Starter battery
19.Starter motor
20.No charge warning lamp
21.Alternator suppression ferrites
22.Manifold heater plug - LPWT

09.2.2 Cable Colour Codes
For clarity, cables shown on the following wiring
diagrams have been given the international colour
identification code as shown below. For engines fitted
with a Mitsubishi alternator refer to the relevant
drawing.
The first code letter denotes the main colour and
the second the tracer colour.
B Black
N Brown
W White
G Green
U Blue
R Red
N/B Brown/Black
B/U Black/Blue
W/R White/Red
W/N White/Brown
N/G Brown/Green
N/U Brown/Blue
N/W Brown/White
G/R Green/Red
U/W Blue/White
U/Y Blue/Yellow

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- industrial engines
9.3 Plug and Socket Terminals
Plugs and sockets are only applicable when loom
extensions are fitted and are shown as looking on
the cable entry face. For engines fitted with a
Mitsubishi alternator refer to the relevant drawing.

Figure 9.3.1 Plugs and Sockets
A - Lucas Starter
B - Denso Starter
X - Plug
Y - Socket

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For identification of the components and cables refer to "09.2 Diagram Identification Codes".

- industrial engines

Figure 9.4.1 Industrial Start Panel with Lucas Starter

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For identification of the components and cables refer to "09.2 Diagram Identification Codes".

- industrial engines

Figure 9.4.2 Industrial Start Panel with Shutdown Protection and Lucas Starter

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3 Industrial Start Panel with Denso Starter Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 113 . .2 Diagram Identification Codes".Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "9.4.industrial engines Figure 9.

2 Diagram Identification Codes".Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "09.4.4 Industrial Start Panel with Shutdown Protection and Denso Starter page 114 Alpha Series Workshop Manual . .industrial engines Figure 9.

industrial engines Figure 9.5 Industrial Start Panel with Shutdown Protection and Denso Starter Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 115 . .4.2 Diagram Identification Codes".Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "09.

.Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "09.industrial engines Figure 9.2 Diagram Identification Codes".6 Industrial Start Panel with Denso Starter page 116 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .4.

Component Codes AL Alternator CS Control switch GP1-4 Glowplugs .4.LPWS only GPR Glowplug relay HP Heaterplug .LPWT only OPGS Oil pressure gauge sender PS1.industrial engines Figure 9.7 Industrial Start Panel with Denso Starter and Misubishi Alternator Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 117 . 3 Plugs and socket (19 way) SB Starter battery SM Starter motor WL No charge warning lamp Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams .

industrial engines Figure 9.3 PS2.LPWT only Oil pressure gauge sender Oil pressure switch Protection overide pushbutton Plugs and socket (9 way) Plugs and socket (7 way) Protective switch relay Starter battery Starter motor No charge warning lamp Component Codes Section 09 Electrical Wiring Diagrams .8 Industrial Start Panel with Shutdown Protection.4 PSR SB SM WL Alternator Belt breakage shutdown relay Control keyswitch Engine temperature gauge sender Engine temperature switch Fuel control solenoid circuit breaker Fuel control solenoid Glowplugs .4. Denso Starter and Misubishi Alternator page 118 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .LPWS only Glowplug relay Heaterplug .AL BSR CS ETGS ETS FCB FCS GP1-4 GPR HP OPGS OPS POB PS1.

3 WIRING LOOM PLUG ASSEMBLY 16 way AMP CPC Series 1 plug assembly (arrangement 17-16) for sockets with cable clamp.2 DIAGRAM IDENTIFICATION CODES 10. 2.94 metres.Glowplug isolating relay .Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams . Components.Glowplugs . B Black N Brown W White G Green K Pink O Orange N/B Brown/Black B/U Black/Blue W/R White/Red W/N White/Brown W/G White/Green G/R Green/Red U/W Blue/White U/Y Blue/Yellow 10.1 Plug Assembly 10. Auxiliaries circuit breaker 2.6' inclusive. The cable sizes given relate to the cables between the control panel and the engine being a maximum length of 12. The wiring diagrams contained within this section are given with our best intentions and are believed to be correct at the time of going to press. Fuel control solenoid 10.1 General Notes 1.Manifold heater plug .2. 1.20 or 19/0.1 WIRING DIAGRAMS The following instructions and information only applies to the marine wiring diagrams from Figures 10. unless otherwise stated.LPWS 11.marine engines Section 10. 10. All cables must be 32/0. 10. components on the following wiring diagrams have been given an identification code number as shown below.LPWS 13. Alternator suppression ferrites 4.2' to '10. shown dotted are optional accessories or are only fitted on some engines as shown. The cable colour code relates to the first colour being the main colour and the second colour the tracer.Oil pressure switch and sender 16. The first code letter denotes the main colour and the second the tracer colour. 4.1 Component Codes For clarity.marine engines 10.3.2 Cable Colour Codes For clarity. Items shown dotted are optional accessories. and their associated wiring. Wiring Diagrams . Alternator 3. Earthing solenoid 5.Starter battery 17. Glowplug controller .LPWS 12.Starter motor relay Figure 10.LPWT 14. and the cables between the battery and engine being a maximum length of 0.2. Engine temperature gauge sender 6. Fuel control solenoid circuit breaker 8. PVC insulated thin wall space saving automobile cable.16 way socket 18.1. The plug is shown as looking on the cable entry face.26.3. cables shown on the following wiring diagrams have been given the international colour identification code as shown below.Oil pressure switch 15.3. Fuel control solenoid relay 9.0 metres. Engine temperature switch 7. Should difficulties be encountered or enlargements be required please contact Lister Petter. Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 119 . 3.Starter motor 19.

3.Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.2 Marine Earth Return Start Panel page 120 Alpha Series Workshop Manual . .2 Diagram Identification Codes".marine engines Figure 10.

3 Marine Insulated Return Start Panel Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 121 .Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.2 Diagram Identification Codes".3.marine engines Figure 10. .

LPWS page 122 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10. .3.4 Marine Earth Return Start Panel .2 Diagram Identification Codes".marine engines Figure 10.

3.5 Marine Insulated Return Start Panel Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 123 .Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.2 Diagram Identification Codes". .marine engines Figure 10.

Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.LPA and LPW page 124 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .marine engines Figure 10. .3.2 Diagram Identification Codes".6 Marine Earth Return Start Panel .

10. All connections are to be tin plated. Shown as looking on the cable entry face. 10. Engine temperature gauge 7. or enlargements be required. All cables must be 19/0. R Red B Black N Brown W White K Pink O Orange N/B Brown/Black B/U Black/Blue W/R White/Red W/N White/Brown W/G White/Green W/B White/Black G/U Green/Blue 10.Voltmeter 15. cables shown on the following wiring diagrams have been given the international colour identification code as shown below.Tachometer/Running hour recorder 13. Diodes 5.4' inclusive.2' to '10.1 Component Codes For clarity.6. 10.Tachometer plug 14.26 PVC insulated thin wall space saving automobile cable. Should difficulties be encountered.1 General Notes 1.Oil pressure lamp 11. Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 125 .marine engines 10.Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams . Audible alarm 2.4. The cable colour code relates to the first colour being the main colour and the second colour the tracer. Control keyswitch 4. 3.5 DIAGRAM IDENTIFICATION CODES The first code letter denotes the main colour and the second the tracer colour. Excitation resistance 6. Preheat lamp 12. Engine temperature lamp 8.1 Plug Assembly 10.Running hour recorder Figure 10.4 WIRING DIAGRAMS The following instructions and information only applies to the marine wiring diagrams from Figures 10. Oil pressure gauge 10. The wiring diagrams contained within this section are given with our best intentions and are believed to be correct at the time of going to press.6.5.6. 1.2 Cable Colour Codes For clarity.5. components on the following wiring diagrams have been given an identification code number as shown below.6 WIRING LOOM PLUG ASSEMBLY AMP CPC Series 1 16 way free hanging receptacle (arrangement 17-16) for pins with peripheral seal and cable clamp. Switch for gauge lights 9. 2. Connector assembly 3. please contact ListerPetter.Warning lamp 16.

marine engines Figure 10.2 Marine Basic Electric Start Panel page 126 Alpha Series Workshop Manual . .Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.5 Diagram Identification Codes".6.

.marine engines Figure 10.6.Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.5 Diagram Identification Codes".3 Marine Standard Electric Start Panel Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 127 .

Section 10 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "10.5 Diagram Identification Codes".4 Marine Delux Electric Start Panel page 128 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .marine engines Figure 10.6. .

The cable sizes given relate to the cables between the control panel.LPWG engines 11.Section 11 Electrical Wiring Diagrams .26. PVC insulated thin wall space saving automobile cable.1 Plug and Socket Wiring Diagrams Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 129 . The wiring diagrams contained within this section are given with our best intentions and are believed to be correct at the time of going to press. 1.32 respectively.20 or 19/0. unless otherwise stated. Plugs and sockets PS3 and PS4 are shown dotted and are only applicable when extension looms are fitted.41 and 37/0. and the cables between the battery and engine being a maximum length of 0. and their associated wiring. 2.0 metres.9 way PS2. or loose components. Should difficulties be encountered or enlargements be required please contact ListerPetter.94 metres. All cables must be 32/0.1. Wiring Diagrams .1. components on the following wiring diagrams have been given an identification code as shown below.1. A Actuator for electronic governor AL Alternator ASF Alternator suppression ferrites BI Battery isolator BSR Belt breakage shutdown relay CS Control keyswitch EGC Electronic governor controller EGP Electronic governor magnetic pick-up ETGS Engine temperature gauge sender ETS Engine temperature switch F Fuse GV Gas valve IC Ignition coil ICS Ignition coil sensor OPGS Oil pressure gauge sender OPS Oil pressure switch PCB Protection circuit breaker POB Protection override pushbutton PS1. Alternative cable sizes for 35/0. shown dotted are optional accessories.LPWG engines Section 11.7 way PSR Protection switch relay RR Run relay SB Starter battery SM Starter motor SP Spark plugs WL No charge warning lamp 11. 3 Plug and socket . 11.1.2 Component Codes For clarity. Components. and the engine being a maximum length of 2.3 Plugs and Sockets Viewed on cable entry face Figure 11.1 General Notes These instructions apply to all the LPWG wiring diagrams shown unless shown otherwise on individual diagrams.30 and 44/0.1 ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS 11. 4. The cable colour code relates to the first colour being the main colour and the second colour the tracer.30 cable are 19/0. The engine temperature gauge sender ETGS and oil pressure gauge sender OPGS are shown dotted and are only applicable when gauges are fitted. 3. 4 Plug and socket . 5.

.LPWG engines Figure 11.1.1 Electrical Wiring Diagrams".2 LPWG Wiring Diagram page 130 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .Section 11 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "11.

Section 11 Electrical Wiring Diagrams For identification of the components and cables refer to "11.1 Electrical Wiring Diagrams". .LPWG engines Figure 11.1.3 LPWG Schematic Wiring Diagram Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 131 .

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Class A1 marine auxiliary 45 Variable speed 850-2600r/min. Class A1 continued. ECE R24. 12.. Class A1 CARB rating 27 Dual speed set at 1500r/min 28 Dual speed set at 1500r/min. When new parts are required for such a build it is suggested that reference be made to Lister Petter to determine the exact engine specification and which parts are non-standard.. Deep sump 40 Variable speed 850-3000r/min. Class B1 49 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 51 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load 52 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load. High torque 12 Variable speed 850-2800r/min 110% load. Marine work boat rating 41 Dual speed set at 1500r/min. ECE R24. Class A1 10 Constant speed 3600r/min 110% load. Marine pleasure boat rating 44 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load. Marine auxiliary Constant speed 1500r/min 110% load. ECE R24. CARB rating 14 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load. Class B1 2 3 LPWS LPW 2 3 4 T4 2 3 4 01 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load. Class A1 09 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load.03 04 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 90% load.Section 12 Engine Build Details . Marine pleasure boat rating 46 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load. Class B1 57 Constant speed 1500r/min 110% load. Class A1 08 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load. Marine pleasure boat rating 48 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load. Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 133 . LPWS engines Section 12. 12. or contains non-standard parts or accessories.LPA. LPW. Class B1 02 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load. Tractor rating 77/537 EEC 18 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load.3 Build Details (excluding LPWG) LPA Build and DetailsVariable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load.2 Emissions Certification For details of emissions certification for these engines please refer to Lister Petter or your local Lister Petter Distributor. Class A1 11 Variable speed 850-3000r/min. Class B1 marine auxiliary 47 Variable speed 850-3000r/min.1 GENERAL INFORMATION Where the build number is preceded by a 9 this indicates that the engine is either of a non-standard configuration. Engine Build Details 12.03 16 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load.03 07 Constant speed 1500r/min 110% load. Class A1 marine auxiliary 42 Variable speed 850-3000r/min. Class B1 03 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 90% load.. Class B1 CARB rating 13 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load.

Class B1 105 Constant speed 2800r/min 100% load 108 Variable speed 900-3000r/min.LPA. Class A1 81 Dual speed. LPW. High torque 78 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load. High torque 109 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load. set at 1800r/min 279 Dual speed. Class A1 104 Variable speed 2200-3600r/min 100% load. Class A1 173 Constant speed 2000r/min 110% load. Class A1 59 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load. as Build 09. LPA2 as Build 02 76 Variable speed 1025-3000r/min. Class B1. Class A1 70 Dual speed 1500/1800r/min . LPWS. Class A1 CARB rating 177 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load Class A1 CARB rating 227 Dual speed. Class B1. Class A1 79 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load. Class A1 86 Variable speed 1200-3000r/min 110% load. Class A1 72 Constant speed 1800r/min 100% load. set at 1800r/min 301 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load. LPWG engines LPA Build and Details 2 3 LPW 2 3 4 LPWS T4 2 3 4 58 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load.4 LPWG Build Details LPWG Build and Details 2 3 4 27 Dual speed 1500/1800r/min 28 Dual speed 1500/1800r/min 70 Dual speed 1500/1800r/min 74 Dual speed 1500/1800r/min page 134 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .Section 12 Engine Build Details .Lister Genset Build 71 Constant speed 2000r/min 100% load. Class B1 89 Constant speed 3000r/min 10% load. Class A1 84 Variable speed 950-2895r/min Variable speed 1250-2750r/min 85 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load. set at 1800r/min 274 Dual speed.Onan Genset Build 75 Variable speed 850-2650r/min 110% load. Class A1 74 Dual speed. 74° thermostat 102 Constant speed 3000r/min 100% load. Class B1 302 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 110% load. Class B1 311 Variable speed 900-2800r/min 351 Variable speed 850-3000r/min 100% load. set at 1800r/min Dual speed 1500/1800r/min . Class A1 113 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load. Class A1 CARB rating 174 Constant speed 1800r/min 110% load. Deep sump 376 Variable speed 1025-2800r/min 384 Variable speed 1250-2750r/min Variable speed 950-2895r/min 12. set at 1500r/min 82 Constant speed 3000r/min 110% load. Class A1 83 Constant speed 3600r/min 110% load.

99 80.2 3.4 .4 .45 18.0 762 30.LPA Type of fuel injection Number of cylinders Direction of rotation . Refer to Lister Petter for actual figures Maximum permissable intake restriction at full load Maximum permissable exhaust backpressure Fuel filter nominal rating Alpha Series Workshop Manual kgf lbf kg lb mm H2O in H2O mm H2O in H2O micron LPA2 Direct 2 Anti-clockwise 76.60.0 762 30.0 .LPA Section 13.4.089 66.30 18.1 Technical Data .6 1890 1-2-3 2.99 80.2 3.Section 13 Technical Data .60. Technical Data 13.6 180 180 400 104 229 254 10.refer to "07.0 2.1 48.4.0 0.approximate and based on Build 01.0 .15 0.6 2.900 1500 3048 120 600 23.00 96 850 .total mm in mm in litre in3 Compression ratio Mean piston speed at 3000r/min m/sec ft/min Firing order .6 1890 1-2 2.0 29.7 10.0 0.looking on flywheel Nominal cylinder bore .0 3.0 29.0 2.0 5-7 LPA3 Direct 3 Anti-clockwise 76.00 96 850 .15 1.5:1 9.(number 1 cylinder is at the gear end) Lubricating oil pressure at 3000r/min and with the oil at 110°C (230°F) Lubricating oil pressure at idle Oil pressure relief valve setting Number of flywheel ring gear teeth Idling speed Minimum full load speed Fuel lift pump maximum lift Fuel lift pump maximum head bar lbf/in2 bar lbf/in2 bar lbf/in2 r/min r/min mm in mm in Axial fan ratio (except LPA2 Build 10) Maximum continuous crankshaft end thrust Dry engine weight .7Dimensions of Wearing Parts" for machining tolerances Stroke Cylinder capacity .79:1 180 400 132 291 254 10.7 10.5:1 9.726 44.0 5-7 page 135 .0 3.1 48.900 1500 3048 120 600 23.

2 2.0 2.2 lbf/in2 37.3.6 .50 113.(number 1 cylinder is at the gear end) Lubricating oil pressure at 3000r/min and with the oil at 110°C (230°F) Lubricating oil pressure at idle Oil pressure relief valve setting Number of flywheel ring gear teeth Idling speed: Build 73 Build 76 LPW4 Build 84 All other Builds Minimum full load speed Fuel lift pump maximum lift Fuel lift pump maximum head LPW2 Direct 2 LPW3 LPW4 LPWT4 Direct Direct Direct 3 4 4 Anti-clockwise mm 86.0 36.0 80.0 80.LPW Type of fuel injection Number of cylinders Direction of rotation . Refer to Lister Petter for actual figures Maximum permissable intake restriction at full load Maximum permissable exhaust backpressure Maximum top hose temperature Fuel filter nominal rating page 136 kgf lbf kg lb mm H2O in H2O mm H2O in H2O °C °F micron 3048 120 600 23.0 760 30.4 37.0 2 lbf/in 14.850 1025 .2 Technical Data .3.900 1500 3048 3048 120 120 600 600 23.5:1 16.0 86.3.5:1 18.0 86.99 7.approximate and based on Build 01.0 508 20.7 Dimensions of Wearing Parts" for machining tolerances Stroke Cylinder capacity .4:1 180 400 112 247 254 10.0 2.7-46.0 3.5 bar 2.1050 950 .0 in 3.99 7.6 .0 1.4:1 180 180 400 400 150 180 330 396 254 254 10.3.Section 13 Technical Data .5 14.38 mm 80.0 80.0 760 760 30.5 14.4:1 1.0 103° 217° 5-7 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .4 37.395 1.0 in 3.total Compression ratio Mean piston speed at 3000r/min Firing order .50 18.15 3.0 29.4 37.refer to "07.4:1 180 400 180 396 254 10.6 .99 7.looking on flywheel Nominal cylinder bore .6 1.38 3.0 103° 103° 217° 217° 5-7 5-7 3048 120 600 23.0 1.0 30.6 1.5 14.6 .6 23.LPW 13.75 85.6 1.99 ft/min 1575 1575 1575 1575 1-2 1-2-3 1-3-4-2 bar 2.860 in3 56.7-46.0 10.3 bar 1.2:1 m/sec 7.15 litre 0.7-46.860 1.38 80.5 2 lbf/in 29.0 103° 217° 5-7 800 .15 3.0 2.4 96 96 96 96 r/min r/min r/min r/min r/min mm in mm in Radiator fan ratio Maximum continuous crankshaft end thrust Dry engine weight .2 2.0 29.1000 850 .930 1.15 3.2 2.0 86.0 1.5:1 18.13 113.7-46.

6 1:1 180 400 112 247 254 10.1 48.7Dimensions of Wearing Parts" for machining tolerances Stroke Cylinder capacity .75 85.0 48.1 3.0 80.0 86.6 1:1 180 400 150 330 254 10.0 1.approximate and based on Build 01.0 29.15 3.0 86.0 103° 217° 5-7 800 .60.1050 950 .0 3.0 3.0 1.total 2 mm in mm in litre in3 Compression ratio Mean piston speed at 3000r/min m/sec ft/min Firing order .6 1:1 180 400 180 396 254 10.1 3.0 762 30.0 29.Section 13 Technical Data .5 14.860 56.0 .86 3.0:1 7.0 103° 217° 5-7 page 137 .0:1 22.0 96 96 96 3048 120 600 23.15 0.0:1 22.930 1.0 2.0 .looking on flywheel Nominal cylinder bore .4 .0 103° 217° 5-7 3048 120 600 23.99 1575 1575 1575 1-2 1-2-3 1-3-4-2 2.60.0 48.50 22.refer to "07.LPWS 13.86 3.900 1500 3048 120 600 23.850 1025 .5 14.4.395 1.1000 850 .4 .0 762 30.0 2.99 7.LPWS LPWS2 Type of fuel injection Number of cylinders Direction of rotation .0 80.86 80.15 3.0 762 30.4.3 Technical Data .5 3.0 .60.(number 1 cylinder is at the gear end) Lubricating oil pressure at 3000r/min and with the oil at 110°C (230°F) Lubricating oil pressure at idle Oil pressure relief valve setting Number of flywheel ring gear teeth Idling speed: Build 73 Build 76 Build 84 All other Builds Minimum full load speed Fuel lift pump maximum lift Fuel lift pump maximum head bar lbf/in2 bar lbf/in2 bar lbf/in2 r/min r/min r/min r/min r/min mm in mm in Radiator fan ratio Maximum continuous crankshaft end thrust Dry engine weight .4.0 29.13 113. Refer to Lister-Petter for actual figures Maximum permissable intake restriction at full load Maximum permissable exhaust backpessure Maximum top hose temperature Fuel filter nominal rating Alpha Series Workshop Manual kgf lbf kg lb mm H2O in H2O mm H2O in H2O °C °F micron LPWS3 Indirect 3 LPWS4 4 Anti-clockwise 86.0 1.99 7.4 .0 14.

395 1.0 10.0 29.LPWG 13.15 3.0 3.42 0.31 0.60.0 3.4.60.4 .0 15.82 4.860 56.1 3.01 4.5:1 4.0 .0 80.21 0.0 86.0 96 96 96 1500 1500 1500 0.28 0.82 4.looking on flywheel Nominal cylinder bore .50 9.0 .21 0.5:1 9.21 0.0 29.0 86.01 4.28 0.82 945 945 945 4.0 48.38 3.15 0.0 10.13 113.0 15.60.Section 13 Technical Data .15 3.4 Technical Data .0 381 381 381 15.930 1.42 0.0 80.(number 1 cylinder is at the gear end) Lubricating oil pressure at 1800r/min and with the oil at 110°C (230°F) Oil pressure relief valve setting Number of flywheel ring gear teeth Minimum full load speed Cooling fan load at 1800r/min Cooling fan load at 1500r/min Maximum continuous crankshaft end thrust Maximum permissable intake restriction at full load Maximum permissable exhaust backpressure page 138 bar lbf/in2 bar lbf/in2 r/min kW bhp kW bhp kgf lbf mm H2O in H2O mm H2O in H2O LPWG2 LPWG3 LPWG4 Naturally aspirated 2 3 4 Anti-clockwise 86.4 .0 3.0 2.total mm in mm in litre in3 Compression ratio Mean piston speed at 1800r/min Mean piston speed at 1500r/min m/sec ft/min m/sec ft/min Firing order .5:1 9.38 3.4.0 .42 0.7 Dimensions of Wearing Parts" for machining tolerances (use LPW figures) Stroke Cylinder capacity .0 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .28 180 180 180 400 400 400 254 254 254 10.31 0.38 80.0 48.31 0.75 85.01 787 787 787 1-2 1-2-3 1-3-4-2 2.4 .0 29.0 2.refer to "07.1 48.LPWG Aspiration Number of cylinders Direction of rotation .4.1 3.

1 Variable Speed Fuel Stop (IOFN) LPW2 LPW3 LPW4 14.5 26. 13.9 101.Approximately 4% for every 300m (1000ft) higher than 100m (330ft) above sea level.5 13.9 9.0 4. Derating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 Altitude .5 10.2 53.6 20.8 LPA3 54.5 8.4 15.1 7.6 15.8 38.9 9.8 13.5 8.6 28.8 28.1 10.0% for every 5°C (10°F) above 25°C (77°F).0 18.1 29.5 Fixed Speed Torque Variable Speed Continuous Intermittent Power LPA2 10.5 Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft LPA2 36.3 15.2 11.9 6.6 Power and Torque Output .1 34.5 13. Temperature .4 12.1 6.7 54.9 10.3 36.0 21.4 13.0 12.9 13.6 20.Approx.0 17.2 50.3 26.0 70.9 58.9 99.9 25.0 10.7 43.9 35.2 7.3 LPA3 15.3 7.2 21.6 75.1 7.5 11.9 69.3 56.0 19.3 54.2 73.9 18. however DIN 70020 includes radiator and fan loss.2 20.5 Power and Torque Output .2 36.LPW Power 3600 3000 2500 2000 1800 1500 kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp Fixed Speed Continuous (ICXN) LPW2 LPW3 LPW4 14.7 7.8 14.8 10. 4% for every 300m (1000ft) higher than 100m (330ft) above sea level.5 99.9 9.6 49.4 26.LPA Power Variable Speed Continuous r/min 3600 3000 2500 2000 1800 1500 kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp LPA2 10.8 18.3 13.0 8.5 19.4 9.1 Torque Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Variable Speed Fuel Stop (IOFN) LPW2 LPW3 LPW4 46.2 20.1 7.0 26.3 26.9 38. fan or power absorbing accessories.6 24.0 10.3 42.9 73.0 15.2 28.Approximately 2.5 10.6 39.5 39.7 12.6 18.Section 13 Technical Data .5 35.1 9.9 21.1 13.3 49.2 12.1 15.0% for every 5°C (10°F) above 25°C (77°F).5 Intermittent LPA2 11.7 55.2 15.5 51. 2.LPA and LPW power 13.2 9.2 23.2 37.7 40.9 7.5 18.8 74.3 28.7 6. Derating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 Altitude .4 93.Approx.3 Rating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 Note that output ratings apply only to fully run in engines without power absorbing accessories.6 11.1 42.2 14.4 13.3 58.9 34.4 14. Temperature .1 18.2 28.7 22.2 37.3 57.5 11.7 40.0 7.8 18.7 5.7 5.5 8.8 21.1 15.0 74.0 28.5 14.3 16.9 95.4 Rating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 The output ratings apply only to fully run in engines without radiator.7 29.6 12.9 9.6 LPA3 17.8 70. Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 139 .1 26.2 36.1 20.7 74.5 11.3 10.2 47.3 15.4 20.2 15.7 71.0 LPA3 15.

0 72.1 29.4 8.2 53.4 20.3 17.7 Power and Torque Output .2 28.7 Nm 148.3 13.0 13.5 27.4 20.2% for every 300m (1000 ft) higher than 100m (330 ft. Temperature .5 50.LPWT and LPWS power 13.4 11.0 lbf ft 94.1 256 Rating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 The output ratings apply only to fully run-in engines without radiator.2 Nm 151.0 26.7 15.9 13.6 9.4 10.Section 13 Technical Data .7 13.2 8.5 6.5 18.2 12.7 14.5 35. 1.9 14.8 29.9 10.9 13.7 19. 2.6 19.5 23.1 26.3 26.2 37.9 23.2 10.3 68.0 11.3 20.3 16.3 69.2 92. Derating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 Altitude . Derating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 Altitude . 13.2 17. 1.9 35.2 93.1 16.4 16.6 71.1 73.1 14.2 51.LPWT4 Power Variable Speed Continuous Intermittent 37.6 38.2 20.5 41.2 72.2 7.4 18.1 26. fan or power absorbing accessories.5 14.8 31.9 69.3 51.1 39.9 34.2 18.0 lbf ft 109.8 12.8 13.0 lbf ft 104.7 22.Approx.4 18.7 LPWS LPWS LPWS 2 3 4 Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft Nm lbf ft 46.9 17.0 18.6 29.5 51. fan or power absorbing accessories. page 140 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .9 20.5 13.3 96.1 98.0 14.2 16.5 22.4 24.3 31.4 28.5 18.4 Nm 140.5 54.LPWS Power Torque Variable Speed Continuous Fixed Speed Intermittent Variable Speed Continuous Intermittent Power LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS LPWS 2 3 4 2 3 4 2 3 4 3000 2500 2000 1800 1500 kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp 13.2 50.6 9.3 27.9 25.1 12.Approx.4 9.7 46.0 53.2 lbf ft 29.3 97.2 lbf ft 111.7 25.9 r/min 3000 2500 2000 1800 1500 kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp kW hp Torque Variable Speed Intermittent Power Nm 128.9 73.4 51.6 13.4 38.0 12.5 9.9 19.1 13.3 23.1 Rating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271/SAE1995 The output ratings apply only to fully run in engines without radiator. Temperature .9 22.Approx.1 10.6 Power and Torque Output .6 26.2 25.8 39.0 38.0 16.Approx.0 70.5 40.4 8.8 35.8 53.) above sea level.6 18.7 31.0% for every 5°C (10°F) above 25°C (77°F).3 36.3 53.0 39. 4% for every 300m (1000ft) higher than 100m (330ft) above sea level.6 34.0 49.7 Fixed Speed Continuous 37.8 72.0% for every 5°C (10°F) above 25°C (77°F).6 22.8 34.4 54.2 19.5 Nm 142.

1 8.9 13.0 10.Approx.3 12.0 20.4 20.0 5.8 7.6 11. 4% for every 300m (1.5 22.7 16.8 Power and Torque Output .8 9.8 7.1 20. Temperature .000 ft.3 7.1 18.2 17.0 18.7 11.3 7.7 12. Altitude .6 15.5 Rating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271 The output ratings apply only to fully run in engines without radiator.8 9.5 19.Approx.1 24.1 9.) higher than 100m (330 ft.4 22.5 18.6 16.3 15.5 10.7 15.2 14.9 14.1 14.3 16.) above sea level.6 13.2 Continuous Intermittent LPWG2 LPWG3 LPWG4 LPWG2 LPWG3 LPWG4 6. fan or power absorbing accessories.5 13.2 8.Section 13 Technical Data .9 10.6 18.6 25.0 6.LPWG Power Natural Gas Continuous r/min 1500 1800 Propane Vapour Intermittent LPWG2 LPWG3 LPWG4 LPWG2 LPWG3 LPWG4 kW hp kW hp 5.LPWG power 13.1 6.4 16.5 27. Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 141 . Derating: BS5514/ISO3046/DIN6271. 2% for every 5°C (10°F) above 25°C (77°F).

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29. Alpha Series Workshop Manual 19. Slacken the alternator or jockey pulley. Disconnect and remove the battery.Remove the oil filter. 42. 4.Remove the dipstick and crankcase door. 14. 2.Remove all the main and the camshaft bearing shells page 143 . 27. Remove the radiator fan (left hand thread).Release the speeder spring from the governor lever assembly. 8.Remove the oil pump.Remove the gear end cover. 24. 38. 14.Remove the connecting rod caps. Remove the starter motor. Remove the radiator hoses.Remove the cylinder head and gasket. CAUTION These notes. 40.Use a manifold bolt to remove the centre main bearing locating dowel. 43. 25. take care to retain the shim pack with each pump. 7. 13. WARNING These engines are fitted with hydraulic tappets therefore it is important to follow the procedures given. f.Gently withdraw the crankshaft. 5. 23. Drain the diesel fuel and lubricating oil.Section 14 Dismantle and rebuild . Remove the radiator after disconnecting the top and bottom mountings. LPW have clamps.1 DISMANTLING AN ENGINE WARNING Maintenance must be performed by qualified persons who are conversant with the hazards of fuels. 15. 3. Disconnect or isolate any non-electric starting systems.Rotate the engine until the governor weight slots in the camshaft are vertical 37. 46. 11. 30. 39. 16. 41.Move the engine control to the stop position. c.Remove the flywheel end main bearing housing. 35.Lift out the piston and connecting rod. 44.Remove the water pump.Remove the flywheel. Remove the inlet and exhaust manifolds. 32. e.Remove the front pulley (left hand thread).Remove the oil pressure relief valve and the oil strainer. Disconnect all services. LPWS are screwed in. electricity and machinery.Remove the lifting eye(s).Carefully withdraw the camshaft. 26.Remove the valve rockers and push rods. 17. 20. 28. 34. Remove the cylinder head covers.Remove the governor lever assembly and the governor rack.Turn the crankshaft until the piston is at TDC. 21. Dismantle and Rebuild 14. 10 Remove the injectors. 6.1.Lift out the push rod tubes.Remove the governor weights. Remove any accessories or components that may be susceptible to damage when the engine is turned out of its normal plane. 1. 12. d.Remove the radiator support bracket. Remove the alternator or belt tensioner.Remove the remaining fuel pipes and the fuel filter. 9.Carefully remove the carbon build-up from the top of the cylinder bore. 31.Remove the crankshaft pinion. 18.dismantling Section 14.Fit the flywheel locking tool. Read the Safety Precautions and observe all instructions and precautions in this publication. 33.Remove the flywheel housing.Remove the governor sleeve. 36. based on an LPW engine.Use a suitable magnet to remove the hydraulic tappets and the fuel pump tappets. 45.Remove each fuel pump.1 Preliminary Instructions a. On LPWG engines remove any gas components that may be susceptible to damage when the engine is turned out of its normal plane. are of a general nature and are included as an aide memoire and in no way are they intended as instructions. Remove the radiator fan drive belt. rubber seals and washers. Remove the fuel pump to injector pipes.Remove the two camshaft thrust plate screws and the control lever tension spring. Drain the water. b. 22. g.

13. washers and the push rod tubes.Replace the gear end cover.Replace the fuel injector pipes. 40.Replace the fuel injectors. 7. 25.Replace the alternator or tensioner.Replace the oil filter. After submersion drain both ways so that no oil is left in the combustion chamber or inside the piston.Replace the radiator support bracket. 34. 21. Replace the camshaft bearing. Fit the flywheel end thrust bearings. 10. 24. 19. 16. 38.Section 14 Dismantle and rebuild . 39. page 144 23.Replace the water pump. 17.Fit the fan drive belt and tension it. 28.2 REBUILDING AN ENGINE Tables showing torque values and recommended jointing compounds can be found in “Section 07 Routine Maintenance” When assembling the engine. 2. Check the crankshaft end float.Replace the fuel pumps. Fit the centre main bearing locating dowel.Replace the push rod tube seals.Replace the fuel filter and all other fuel pipes. 18. 29. Replace all joints and gaskets.Replace the radiator and hoses. 42. Alpha Series Workshop Manual .Replace the cylinder head and gasket. 15.rebuilding 14. 26. 41. 9.Replace the manifolds. 27.Replace the starter motor. 4. 33. Fit the gear end thrust bearings.Replace the piston and connecting rod.Replace the flywheel.Fit the crankshaft pulley (left hand thread). 11. must be submerged in oil just before fitting into the cylinder. 22.Replace the engine control and speeder spring. 36.Replace the hydraulic tappets.Replace the cylinder head covers.Replace the fuel pump tappets.Replace the oil pump.Adjust the engine control. Fit the flywheel housing. 14. Fit the main bearing housing. 32.Set the governor. 30. 8. 1. 20. 37.Replace the camshaft aligning the timing marks and ensure the thrust plate is located correctly. 35. All bearing surfaces must be well lubricated including the valve stems and the cups of the push rods.Replace the push rods and the valve rockers. Heat the crankshaft pinion and fit it with the timing marks outwards. 12. Replace the crankshaft. 3. ensure the centre bearing dowel hole is correctly aligned.Replace the governor lever assembly and springs. use normal engine lubricating oil to spray all moving parts during assembly.Replace the radiator fan (left hand thread). The pistons with rings and connecting rods assembled. 6.Replace the governor weights and governor sleeve. 5.Replace the oil pump relief valve and strainer. Replace the main bearing shells.Replace the crankcase door and dipstick. 31.

Section 15 Conversion Factors .Turbocharged engines 100% = 1.15 lbf/in2 = bhp x 792000 Cylinders x r/min x bore area (in2) x stroke (in) Torque Nm = kW x 9549 x load factor r/min lbf ft = bhp x 5252 x load factor r/min Piston Speed metres/second = Load factor: No overload = 1. Conversion Factors 15.55 75% = 0.0 10% overload = 1.0 50% = 0.76 5% = 0.40 Cyclic Irregularity kW = r/min x torque(Nm) 9549 Load Factor .formulae Section 15.min flywheel speed mean flywheel speed Power page 145 .0 50% = 0.Naturally aspirated engines 100% = 1.1 FORMULAE BMEP Oil Consumption Bar = kW x 60000 x 20000 Cylinders x r/min x bore area (mm2 ) x stroke (mm) A Specific Gravity of 0.1 feet/minute = stroke (mm) x r/min 30000 stroke (in) x r/min 6 Mechanical Efficiency Fuel Consumption %= bhp x 100 ihp A Specific Gravity of 0.38 bhp = r/min x torque(lb ft) 5252 l/h = Alpha Series Workshop Manual max flywheel speed .78 25% = 0.84 is assumed g/kWh x kW x load factor 840 pt/h = lb/bhp h x bhp x load factor 1.05 Load Factor .58 75% = 0.886 is assumed litres/24hours = g/kWh x kW 4922 pints/24hours = lb/bhp h x bhp 0.

0000 36.0167 0.28 metres to inches using the 'Length' Table 6.8325UK gallon 8.1250 US pint US pt 2.5464 US pint 0.6076 0.2599 x 10-4 1632.2 CONVERSION FACTORS The conversion tables in this section have been derived from BS350 To use the tables the left hand base unit is multiplied by the relevant conversion factor given in one of the right hand columns.0051 0.4535 2.1239 x 10-4 7936. rate of flow 15.28 x 39.3147 0.7777 x 10 0.Mass kilogram per second 1 1 1 1 kilogram/second kilogram/hour pound/second pound/hour page 146 -4 2.0 2. It is not good practice to round-up the conversion factors given Length metre m 1 metre 1 inch 1 foot 1 yard 1in = 25.244 inches.1134 1.9144 12.0833 5.0 Rate of Flow .0283 litre l 1000.8327 UK gallon 2 gal 0.777 x 10-4 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .0000 Liquid Capacity UK pint 1 pt 1. For example: To convert 6. linear velocity.0000 0.9 0.3048 0.3701 0.4mm 1mm = 0.2000 0.3871cm3 0.1041 Volume cubic metre m3 1 1 1 1 1 1 cubic metre litre cubic inch cubic foot dm3 = 1litre in3 = 16.6 2.0254 foot per second ft/sec 3.0254 3.0353 5.4535 1.2808 0.0164 28.2009 US gallon 1 US gallon = 0.2808 foot per minute ft/min 196.0000 foot ft 3.8 61.2199 0.0 0.0833 yard yd 1.7598 litre l 1 1 1 1 litre UK pint 0.0010 1.6387 x 10-5 0.length.2046 6.0000 kilogram per hour pound per second pound per hour 3600. liquid.Section 15 Conversion Factors .0000 inch per second in/sec 39.7870 x 10-4 1728.3701 12.0000 0.4732 1 Also known as the imperial pint 2 Also known as the imperial gallon 1 UK gallon = 1.038 0.3168 cubic inch in3 61023.3701 (factor from third column) = 247.0238 cubic foot ft3 35. volume.3333 3.2009 9.0936 0.0278 0.5683 UK gallon 4.0 Linear Velocity metre per second m/sec 1 1 1 1 metre per second foot per second foot per minute inch per second 0.2046 3600.03937in inch in 39.850 60.

000 6.Table 1 newton per square millimetre N/mm2 1 1 1 1 N/mm2 kgf/cm2 lbf/in2 lbf/ft2 9. 1 kgf m = 1 kp m 1 pdl = 1 lb ft/s2 1 N = 1 kg m/s2 Alpha Series Workshop Manual inch of mercury in Hg 0.00248 bar 12.1329 millimetre of mercury .0446 1.9869 0.8066 2.0689 atmosphere atm 0.m3/sec 1 m3/sec 1 l/sec 0.Table 3 inch of water in H2O 1 in H2O 1 ft H2O 1 mm Hg 1 in Hg 1in H2O = 0.5038 14.5352 13.Section 15 Conversion Factors .5460 x 10-3 1 UK gallon = 1.0680 kilogram-force per square centimetre kgf/cm2 1.4198 25.0394 pound-force inch lbf in 8. torque.0311 The kilogram is known as the kilopond (kp) in Germany.2009 US gallon litre per second l/sec 1000.mm Hg 1.2233 pound-force per square foot lbf/ft2 20885.3147 0.8827 0.1020 0.9807 0.1382 1 lbf in 0.6959 14.3558 0.400 Torque (Moment of Force) newton metre kilogram-force pound-force foot Nm metre .1605 Pressure .Volume cubic metre per second .0703 4.gal/sec 219.038 14.2248 1 kilogram-force 9.2233 0.9444 x 10-3 Pressure .969 0.0833 0.4536 1 poundal 0.8507 12.000 0.2200 6.8507 86.2288 0.0141 0.16 144.9678 0.8066 7.0115 0.5461 cubic foot per second .073 Pressure .kgf m lbf ft 1 Nm 0.1019 0.0010 1 ft3/sec 0.0197 1.rate of flow. pressure.5951 foot of water ft H2O 0. 1 kgf m = 1 kp m Force (Mass x Acceleration) newton kilogram-force pound-force N kgf lbf 1 newton 0.8947 x 10-3 4.0263 1 UK gal/sec 4.0332 pound-force per square in lbf/in2 14.000 poundal pdl 7.0132 0.2046 1 pound-force 4.ft3/sec 35.7376 1 kgf m 9.4482 0. force Rate of Flow .7880 x 10-5 kilogram-force per square centimetre kgf/cm2 10.0353 UK gallon per second .1130 0.1382 0.0735 0.1972 0.Table 2 bar bar 1 1 1 1 bar atm kgf/cm2 lbf/in2 1.9316 32.3168 4.2230 70.8683 22.8824 x 10-4 pound-force per square inch lbf/in2 145.230 1 lbf ft 1.4 2048.0 28.8066 x 10-2 6.0833 The kilogram is known as the kilopond (kp) in Germany.1740 page 147 .

59 0.08598 British thermal unit Btu 3.06 1.9862 608.43 3.6709 x 105 0.4121 3.3596 1.5596 x 10-6 3.3410 0.1868 1055.9846 x 10-4 British thermal unit per hour Btu h 3412.14 2509.205 x 10-3 1.0139 3.4781 x 10-4 2544.7354 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .996 kilowatt kW metric horsepower CV brake horsepower bhp 1. power.9301 x 10-4 Power .3410 3.235 x 10-3 2.63 2544.43 3.0505 1.2330 horsepower hour hp h 1.7373 x 106 foot-pound force ft lbf 2.6552 x 106 7.kgf m 3.9683 0.2388 641186 2.7240 x 10-6 3.6440 x 10-3 1.7457 kilogram-force metre .7250 x 10-7 calorie cal 0.1630 0.Table 1 1 1 1 1 kW CV bhp Btu h 0.Section 15 Conversion Factors .9863 British thermal unit Btu 9.6530 x 10-6 5.592 grams page 148 gramsper Cheval Vapeur hour g/CV h 447.9683 x 10-3 Power .0140 616.98 x 106 Energy .33 453.2930 kilo calorie per hour k cal/h 0.3600 The Cheval Vapeur (CV) is also known as the metric horsepower (1CV = 1CH = 1PS) 1 lb = 453.energy. fuel consumption Energy .Table 2 joule J 1 1 1 1 joule hp h cal Btu horsepower hour hp h 3.9301 x 10-4 251.7661 x 10-7 0.Table 2 watt W 1 watt 1 k cal/h 1 Btu 1.7457 0.00029 1.2519 Specific Fuel Consumption pounds per pounds per Cheval grams per kilowatt horesepower hour Vapeur hour hour lb/hp h lb/CV h g/kW h 1 lb/hp h 0.1382 2.7355 0.6846 x 106 4.80 1 g/kW h 1.27 1 lb/CV h 1.Table 1 kilowatt hour kWh 1 1 1 1 kWh kgf m ft lbf hp h 2.621 x 10-3 1 g/CV h 2.

............................... 33 Alternator ...........................................................................................................lift pump .................................................................................... 75 .......................... 57 ................................................................................................clearance ............................................................ 105 Flywheel and flywheel housing .................... 67 H Head .. 56 .......................................covers ............................................. Index A E Agglomerator ........... 21 Air ...................................................................................................................................specification ...........builds ......................................specification .................................... 12 ...........................................endfloat ................marine ..... 71 Exhaust backpressure ..........................................................................................................injection pump .................gaskets ......................... 33 . 129 ........................ 19 G Gas ............ 62 B Battery ...................................... 133 C Camshaft ...... 45 .....................tank .................................................... 15 Exhaust silencer .......119 Electronic governor .................fluids ..........10.......... 80 ...................................... 109 ............................................................. 34 ...............................................................................LPWG .. 12 Cold start aid ........................ 21 ..... 46 Carburettor ............................ 38 ...................................... 79 Gear end cover ............... 38 ...........linkage....Newage .............................................door ....................... 21 ......................... 81 ................................... 14 ............................bush ..................... 18 Anode ........................................................housing ..................baffles ............................... 77 ........aide memoir ....covers ............................................................................. LPWG .......................................pump timing ........................................................................cold cranking .....weights and springs ........................................... 4 Electrical wiring diagrams ......................... 12 ...........................performance ............ 16 Builds .............................................. 26 .......... 11 . 78 Crankcase .................................................. 59 Associated Publications .......... 59....................electronic.......................... 10 ..................requirement ........... 64 Antifreeze ........................................ 19 Breather ........................................... 101 Dimensions of wearing parts ........cowling .............................................................................................................................. 10.............................. 24 ............................................... 42 ...................... 15 Expansion tank ........... 81 ............................LPWG ................................ 38 D Decarbonising .......endfloat ............... 15 Governor ......... 96 ...........................................................................LPWG .............speed adjustment ......................................... 63 Heater plug ............................................. 59 .............................main bearings ...............................filter .................clearance .................. 53 Belt tension ....... 20 ..........................capacity ..........agglomerator ... 83 Hurth gearbox .............................type . 143 Dismantling and rebuilding ................ 15 Cold starting .........pump ........................................... 70 .......................................................................................................pulley . 51 ...................................... 52 Formulae .................................................... 101. 51 Coolant . 12 Bearing ..............................cleaner .............................. 19 Alpha Series Workshop Manual F Fault finding ............................................... 34 ..........................................serial number ...........................................clearance ......................................................................vacuum .................. 37 page 149 .... 43 Gearbox ..............pressure regulator ......................................................................... 15 High tension leads .......................settings .......... 35 ................................ 14 Cylinder head .................... LPWG ... 81 End cover ........................................... 12 Connecting rod .................................Section 16 Index Section 16.............................................................. 55 Cyclonic air cleaner .........concentrate .. 55 ..... 93 Hydraulic tappets ............. 22 ...Hurth .................................................. 47 ...........................................marine ......... 80 Cold cranking ........................................................... 65 ..................industrial ......................... 93 ...................... 91 Glow plug .. 145 Fuel ..... 38 Heat exchanger ..................................details ................................................. 43 Engine ..............................................Injector ...........................................gaskets ............ 22 .......................... 74 Crankshaft ...................................................................................... 13 Drive belt tension . 102 Dismantling ................

.............................85.LPWG ..................... 20 Long term storage ......ring wear ................................ 28 ...................................................................... 138 ................gas ................. 61 ........................................... 64 N Newage gearbox ...........................................................................................................................LPWG ........... capacity ........ 99 L Laying-up procedure .. 28 ................................................aide memoir ...........................................LPA .......................................... 71 ................ 62 .........................LPWG ........................... 95 ......................strainer . 29 ....... 11 page 150 Alpha Series Workshop Manual .......................................................................................................................................LPW ...schedule hours ....... 22 Injector ............................................................... 58 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26 ....................................................... 15 Starter battery requirement ........................................................ 95 Sealing compounds . 95 J Jointing compounds ......................................................... 144 Routine maintenance ........................................................................ 75 .............................................................................back leakage ................................................. 15 Intake restriction ..LPA ....................................................... 15 Spanner torque settings .. 136 ....................................................................... 82 Start aid .. 64 Lift pump .................................waste disposal .............................. 61 Raw water pump .................................................................................. 60 Timing .................................................. 75 .................... 16 Piston ........................................... 105 Turbocharger .......waste disposal ............................... 83 Setting the Governor .......... 4 Publications ............ 139 ................... 100 Troubleshooting ....... 83 Speed adjustment .......................... 91 Nomenclature ............................................................marine ....... 5 ..........................................................viscosity .......................................................LPWG ................. 135 .......... 87 .................raw water pump ............................................................. 111 Injection pump ......... 30 ........................................................... 96 .................LPWG ........................................................ 63 Rebuilding ..... 83 Industrial wiring diagrams ...................... 88 Other publications ....jets ................................................................................................................................ 7 ............ 63 . 95 Primary ignition system ..................dipstick ..... 12 T Technical data ........................................sump.. 12 Starter motor .... 53 Maintenance schedule hours ........................82..................................................................................................................... 17 Starting performance ... filters ....................................................... 97 Manifolds ................................gas ........... 24 R Radiator .................................................................. 10 O Oil ... 95 ...........................oil filters .fan ................................ 100 Spark plug ..........................heat exchanger ........ 101 P Power and torque output ............ 14 Interim maintenance ............................... 58 ... 48 ............................................................................................................................................... 75 ............................................................................... 87 ......................... draining ................industrial ..................... 70 Silencer ........................................................................................... 79 .........pump ........ 75 Operating instructions ............................................................................................................................. 97 S Safe working practices ........................filter ...............................................oil and fllter change periods . 141 .................................................................................... 137 Thermostat ................. 95 .. 104 Lubricating oil ................................oil jets .LPWG ........ 50 .................................oil. 21 Problems ....................... 5 ................... 140 .......................... 79 .......................symbols ................................................................................. 24 Torque spanner settings ..........................................Section 16 Index I Ignition system .... 101 Polarity ..LPWG .............system ............LPW ..LPWT4 ..expansion tank ...........................................................LPWG ....................oil and filter change periods . 57 Main bearing housing ..................................... 99 Secondary ignition system ............... 29 ........ 4 Pump timing ............................................sump......................... 140 Precautions and safe working practices .. 15 Marine ........... 4 Oversize and undersize items ...............................zinc anode .........specification ....... 5 Safety precautions ..............................................................................................LPWS ..................... 50 ..........LPWS ........................................... 139 ............. 63 ................... 26 Inlet manifold restrictor ............ 96 M Main bearings ................................ 82 Priming the fuel system .....

.................guides ......119 Z Zinc Anode .................................................. 62 ..circulating pump ............................................................................... 4 V Vacuum ....................................................................................... 64 Alpha Series Workshop Manual page 151 ...........LPWG ......................................................... 67 Wiring diagrams ..................................dimensions .........seats ....................... 59 Wearing parts ..................... 74 Valves ........................................................... 129 ................... 41 ........................................... 101 Using this Workshop Manual .......... 102 Weights and springs ...................................... 101......... 39 ..................... 40 W Water .................cooling system .marine ..............Section 16 Index U Undersize and Oversize Items ..........industrial ....... 109 ....................................

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