Scrap Barrel Analysis {0374, 0599, 0700, 0701, 0738, 1000, 7000} Caterpillar


Scrap Barrel Analysis {0374, 0599, 0700, 0701, 0738, 1000, 7000}

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Introduction

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This Reuse and Salvage Guideline contains the necessary information to allow a dealer to establish a parts reusability program. Reuse and salvage information enables Caterpillar dealers and customers to benefit from cost reductions. Every effort has been made to provide the most current information that is known to Caterpillar. Continuing improvement and advancement of product design might have caused changes to your product which are not included in this publication. This Reuse and Salvage Guideline must be used with the latest technical information that is available from Caterpillar.

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Important Safety Information



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Introduction

This program reviews the current marketing philosophy at Caterpillar regarding parts reuse with dealer management to obtain dealer commitment to:

  • 1. Conduct a Scrap Barrel Analysis, and

  • 2. Implement parts reuse where applicable.

The program includes four parts:

  • 1. Dealer Principal/Top Management meeting.

  • 2. Dealer Service Management meeting.

  • 3. Scrap Barrel Analysis.

  • 4. Dealer meeting to discuss results of the Scrap Barrel Analysis.

Dealer Principal/Top Management Meeting

The Parts and Service Sales Representative and the Service Representative present this meeting to the dealer top management.

The PSSR will present and discuss parts reuse using the presentation entitled, “The Role Parts Reusability Plays in Product Support.” The presentation reviews the marketing philosophy at Caterpillar regarding parts reusability. The presentation will require about 20 minutes.

The SR will then present the Scrap Barrel Analysis Orientation presentation. The orientation reviews the procedures involved to conduct a Scrap Barrel Analysis and the results of previous studies. The orientation will require about 30 minutes to present, plus a discussion period.

The meeting will conclude with a commitment by the dealer to conduct a Scrap Barrel Analysis that will result in dealer implementation of parts reuse guidelines.

Dealer Service Management Meeting

This meeting is presented by the SR to Dealer Service Management after the commitment to conduct a Scrap Barrel Analysis has been established. It includes the following which should be discussed during this meeting:

  • 1. The Scrap Barrel Analysis Orientation.

  • 2. Parts Collection and Storing.

  • 3. Tool Requirements.

  • 4. Personnel Selection.

  • 5. Work Area Requirements.

  • 6. Material Requirements.

  • 7. Scrap Barrel Analysis Procedure Discussion.

Scrap Barrel Analysis

This analysis should be conducted by the SR for the dealer personnel who make decisions regarding the reuse of parts. The analysis includes:

  • 1. The Scrap Barrel Analysis Orientation.

  • 2. Review of Dealer Activity Prior to the Time for the Scrap Barrel Analysis.

  • 3. Organize Stored Iron for Evaluation.

  • 4. Conduct the Evaluation Procedures.

  • 5. Record Data in the Analysis Sheets later in the document..

  • 6. Tabulate Data.

Dealer Meeting to Discuss Results of the Scrap Barrel Analysis

This meeting is presented by the SR to selected dealer management and service personnel. The purpose of the meeting is to report the summary information resulting from the Scrap Barrel Analysis. It should include:

  1. If appropriate, pertinent information previously presented during the orientation.

  2. Summary information.

  3. A conclusion which includes:

    1. Questions, answers, and discussion.

    2. Goals discussion.

Dealer Principal Meeting - Scrap Barrel Analysis Results

If appropriate, review the Scrap Barrel Analysis procedures and the orientation information.

Present the summary information from the Scrap Barrel Analysis and open a discussion period.

Present your observations regarding the Scrap Barrel Analysis. Discuss things relating to the implementation of reusability guidelines such as company philosophy, tool availability, and condition, shop equipment and procedures, and customer acceptance. Discuss the dealer goals for implementation.

Scrap Barrel Analysis

The Service Representative conducts this analysis. The time required to complete the analysis is 1-1/2 to two days.

Preceding the start of the Scrap Barrel Analysis, check the following:

  • That a sufficient quantity of pistons, liners, valves, transmission plates, and discs are available.

  • All tools are available and in serviceable condition.

  • Personnel have been selected.

  • Work area and meeting room is ready.

Parts, tools, and materials are ready for use. The analysis should start with a meeting to discuss reusability guidelines and procedures. The orientation slide presentation is suggested to discuss the development and credibility of the guidelines. Review the Scrap Barrel Analysis procedures.

  1. Discuss the Guideline for Reusable Parts for:

    1. Pistons and Cylinder Liners, SEBF8049 and SEBF8068.

    2. Valves and Valve Springs, SEBF8002.

    3. Transmission Clutch Plates and Discs, SEBF8013.

    4. Transmission Clutch Plates and Disc Assemblies with F37 Clutch Friction Material, SEBF8031.

    5. Reuse of Drivetrain Gears, SEBF8193.

  2. Discuss the analysis sheets for pistons, liners, valves, transmission plates, and discs. Cover the following:

    1. The critical areas to be checked.

    2. The tools to be used and their operation.

    3. The information to be recorded.

    4. The data tabulation.

  3. Answer questions regarding the Scrap Barrel Analysis procedures.

  4. Proceed to work area to start the evaluation process.

    1. Organize procedures and assign duties so the analysis progresses in an efficient manner. Example: transmission and engine specialists should be assigned procedures in their area of interest. Organize stored parts for evaluation.

Parts Collection and Storing

At least 50 liners, 50 pistons, 100 valves, 50 transmission plates, and 50 discs must be collected. Parts must be handled carefully and stored in covered containers to prevent damage. In Previous Scrap Barrel Analyses, many parts were not reusable because of damage caused by improper handling, rust, and corrosion.

Tool Requirements

The following tools must be available and in usable condition:

  • Appropriate Piston Ring Groove Gauges.

  • 1P-3537 Dial Bore Gauge Group includes 1P-3535 Dial Bore Gauge and 2P-3536 Size Setting Fixture Group.

  • Valve Thickness Fixture.

  • Feeler Gauges

  • 0 to 1 in micrometer with 1/10,000 graduations.

  • Nylon brush for cleaning liners.

  • Piston ring expanders.

  • (.006 in) diameter wire or (.006 in) feeler gauge.

  • Glass bead cleaning equipment.

  • Valve grinder.

  • 1/2 inch drill.

  • Surface plate or transmission housing for measuring discs and plates.

  • Valve stem diameter gauge (6V-0087)

  • Detergent washing powder (Do not use liquid detergent).

Personnel Selection

The Scrap Barrel Analysis is an ideal training exercise for service personnel, supervisors, and others who are involved with the decision of reusing parts. The procedures can accommodate 10 persons or more if desired. Determine the number that should participate and organize the procedures to meet the personnel requirements. Persons who influence customer reuse decisions should also be included.

Work Area Requirements

The work area should be conducive to good training procedures. It must include worktable space that will accommodate the parts to be inspected plus a suitable inspection area. A minimum of two work tables having an approximate area of 3 x 6 feet should be provided. The area must be convenient for cleaning equipment, valve grinder, and a portable tool power source (air and electricity) and have adequate lighting for inspection.

Material Requirements:

Reusability Guidelines

Scrap Barrel Analysis Sheets

Shop Towels

Flash lights

Containers for solvent and water. Electrical extension cords.

Power source (electrical extensions and air supply hose).

Seal Pick

Eye Loupe

Scrap Barrel Analysis Procedure Discussion:

At this point in the meeting, the dealer service personnel should be informed about the procedures involved. Review the above items to ensure proper collection and storing of parts, that tools are acquired and in usable condition, that the right personnel are selected, that the work area is satisfactory, and the necessary materials will be available when needed. The “critical areas to be checked” listed on the analysis sheets for pistons, liners, valves, transmission plates, and discs should be discussed as well as the process to follow for recording and tabulating the data.

  1. Group all pistons together.

    1. Record the total number of pistons.

    2. Demonstrate the first step of visual inspection.

    3. Have the group inspect all pistons and discard ones that are visually not reusable.

    4. Measure the piston ring groove with go no-go gauges and discard ones that fail to meet the specifications.

    5. Remove rings and clean pistons using a glass bead cleaner. Make sure the pressure and head size of the cleaner is correct.

    6. Complete another visual inspection of pistons.

    7. Remove burrs in ring groove with triangular file.

    8. Record total reusable pistons.

  2. Group all liners by bore size on the bench.

    1. Record total number of liners.

    2. Demonstrate visual inspection and reject liners as needed.

    3. Inspect bores for scoring, pitting, and grooving.

    4. Measure liner ID wear using the 1P-3535 Dial Bore Gauge

    5. Reinspect bores.

    6. Record total reusable liners.

  3. Group valves on bench

    1. Record number of valves to be inspected.

    2. Demonstrate visually the inspection of valves.

    3. Measure valve stem diameter.

    4. Clean valves using glass bead method.

    5. Visually inspect valves and measure questionable valve lip thickness.

    6. Grind valves (check for wear).

    7. Measure valve lip thickness.

    8. Record total reusable valves.

  4. Group all transmission plates on the bench by size.

    1. Record total number of plates that will be inspected.

    2. Demonstrate and visually inspect all plates.

    3. Measure tang wear.

    4. Check for warp and dish on surface plate or housing.

    5. Check to determine if core is ableto be remanufactured.

    6. Deglaze plate as indicated in the Guideline.

    7. Record reusable and remanufactured plates.

  5. Group all transmission discs on the bench.

    1. Record total number of discs.

    2. Demonstrate and visually inspect all discs.

    3. Check thickness of F37 discs only.

    4. Measure for warp and dish on surface plate or housing.

    5. Deglaze disc as indicated in the Guideline.

    6. Record total number of reusable discs.

  6. Summarize the recorded information.

    1. Calculate the % of reusable parts in each category.

    2. Calculate the total reusable parts $ by category using average part cost.

    3. Calculate the total parts dollars inspected and reusable.

    4. Calculate the overall percent of parts that were inspected that are reusable.

    5. Calculate the amount of time required to inspect each part.

    6. Calculate the price of the part vs. cost inspection time.

Piston Analysis Sheet

Critical Areas Checked

____ Crater cracks around heat plug.

____ Top and sides of crown.

____ Cast band for piston rings.

____ Skirt.

____ Piston ring groove wear (using gauges).

____ Remove old rings.

____ Glass bead cleaning and reinspection - including edge.

Tools

  • Glass bead machine (50 to 100 micron beads)

  • Piston ring groove gauges for both rectangular and keystone type piston rings.

  • Piston ring removal tools.

  • Pieces of (.006in) diameter wire (34 gauge).

  • Triangular file.

Table 2
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Pistons (continued)

  1. Crater cracks around heat plug.

    1. Crack is wider than (.006in).

    2. Cracks are connected by other cracks.

    3. Cracks extend into valve pocket.

    4. Cracks across area between valve pockets.

  2. Top and sides of crown.

    1. Marks from valve contact.

    2. Metal particles imbedded in top of piston.

      Table 3
      Use Again After Rework  Discard 
      Light carbon scratches  Deep carbon scratches 
         

  3. Cast band for piston rings.

    If the correct gauge goes into the raw groove, the piston is worn enough to prevent reuse. However, if the correct gauge does not go into the groove but the ring has free rotation, the piston is reusable.

    • Separation.

    • Circumference crack.

    • Check four places around the circumference.

    • If the piston passes the first test, clean with the glass bead machine.

    • Before retesting, remove any material which may have been pushed into the piston groove (use triangular file).

  4. Skirt.

    1. Small scratches indicate normal wear.

    2. Damage due to lack of lubrication (must be glass beaded prior to reuse).

    3. Seizure marks - Discard that is, metal has been pulled from the surface of the metal.

    4. Small scratches caused by dirt or carbon.

    5. Glass bead prior to reuse.

    6. If metal or dirt particles become imbedded in the piston skirt, it may not be reused.

  5. Pin bore has damage.

    1. Check for cracks.

    2. Damage to snap ring groove.

Liners Analysis Sheet

Critical Areas Checked

____ Scoring, rust, or pitting on walls.

____ Ridge indicating excessive wear.

____ Excessive external pitting or damage.

____ Flange.

____ O-ring seal grooves.

____ Wear (using dial bore gauge).

____ Final cleaning (using soap, water, and nylon brush).

____ Protective coating.

Tools

  • Dial bore gauge.

  • Nylon cleaning brush.

  • Soap and water solution.

  • Electric drill ( for crushes).

  • Strong inspection light (to inspect line walls).

  • 8S-2251 Hand Drill (Modified) to check for external pitting.

Table 4
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Liners (continued)

  1. Scoring, rust, or pitting on walls.

    1. Certain amount of pitting is acceptable.

    2. Excessive pitting will cause a part to be discarded. (Refer to photographs in Guideline.)

    3. Do not use liners if inside has pits, groove, or others.

  2. Bore.

    1. Size ( 6V-7898 Dial Bore Gauge).

    2. Ridge.

  3. Flange.

    1. Chipped - Discard.

    2. Chipped - Discard.

    3. Thickness ( 6V-7059 Micrometer)

    4. Erosion.

  4. O-ring seal grooves.

    1. Chips.

    2. Cracks.

    3. Erosion.

  5. Nylon brush.

    1. Do use with solvents (soap and water only).

  6. Protective coating.

    1. Engine oil.

Valve Analysis Sheet.

Critical areas checked:

____ Head and face.

____ Fillet area.

____ Stem (for damage or discoloration).

____ Retainer grooves.

____ Stem diameter/necking.

____ Glass bead cleaning and reinspection.

____ Grind valve, check for warp.

____ Grind retainer end, if needed.

____ Measure lip thickness.

Tools:

  • Glass bead machine (50 to 100 micron beads).

  • Micrometer (0 to 1 inch).

  • Valve grinding machine. (check reuse guide to determine if the valve is regrindable.)

  • 5P-6518 Fixture Group (to measure lip thickness).

  • 6V-0087 Valve Stem Diameter Gauge.

Table 5
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Valves (continued)

  1. Head and face.

    1. Large or deep marks on wear edge of valve head make them unusable.

    2. Small marks not deeper than part number stamp near center, reuse.

    3. A small amount of erosion is okay. Scrap valves with excessive erosion (SEBF8002).

    4. Chipping... more than .010 in, scrap valve.

    5. Damage (SEBF8002), scrap valve.

    6. All valves must be ground even if wear cannot be felt. After grinding, inspect lip thickness.

    7. As valve turns in grinder - check for warp or bend.

    8. Grind valves wet.

    9. Must be no pits or grooves.

  2. Fillet arm.

    1. Look for cracks.

    2. Bond breakdown valve head and valve face.

    3. If a nick, scratch, or burr can be felt with a fingernail, scrap it.

    4. Erosion, scrap it.

    5. Rust by itself is no problem.

    6. If rust covers pits, scale, and erosion, scrap valve.

    7. Foreign material, scrap valve.

  3. Stem.

    1. Discoloration must not extend into the retainer groove area.

    2. Erosion, scrap.

    3. Surface rust, clean and reuse.

    4. Small marks or scratches which are not deeper than the part number stamp are acceptable.

    5. Marks with a raised sharp edge, scrap valve.

    6. Grooves, if you can feel it with your fingernail, scrap it.

    7. Stem scuffing or seizure, scrap it.

    8. Valve stem necking scrap it.

    9. Valve stem burring, scrap it.

    10. Measure wear (micrometer or 6V-0087, set micrometer on minimum valve).

Clutch Plate Analysis Sheet

Refer to Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8014, "Identification and Applications of Transmission Clutch Plates and Specifications to Machine Reaction Faces for Power Shift Transmissions" and Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8257, "Procedure to Salvage the Slots for the Pin and Holes for the Reaction Dowel in Transmission Clutch Plates, Pistons, and Housings".

Critical Areas Checked:

____ Tang - tang wear.

____ Reaction surface wear and grooving.

____ Discoloration indicating excessive heat.

____ High spots/thickness differences.

____ Glazing and smearing.

____ Warp and dish flatness.

____ Use of emery polishing cloth for “deglazing”.

____ Reconditioning (grinding) of salvageable plates.

Tools:

  • Large surface plate (or flat clutch housings same sizes as plates being inspected).

  • Thickness (“feeler”) gauges.

  • 6 inch ruler.

Table 6
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

  1. Tang wear.

    1. Pin slot wear less than (.19in) or (3/16in).

    2. Cracks or breaks.

  2. Reaction face wear and crowning.

    1. Excessive wear, scrap.

    2. Wear recondition and reuse.

    3. Wear out to a point where the original grind marks show.

    4. Circumferential grooves, reuse after reconditioning.

    5. Circumferential marks, must keep discs and plates matching, otherwise recondition.

  3. Discoloration

    1. Blue black, scrap.

    2. Lt brown or Lt blue, recondition.

  4. High spots.

    1. Plates that show a shiny surface and/or a smeared surface in the area of the tang should be checked for thickness.

    2. Difference in thickness must not be more than the specifications found in Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8014, "Identification and Applications of Transmission Clutch Plates and Specifications to Machine Reaction Faces for Power Shift Transmissions".

Friction Disc Analysis Sheet

Refer to Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8013, "Transmission Clutch Plates and Disc Assemblies with Sintered Bronze Friction Material", Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8031, "Transmission Clutch Plates and Disc Assemblies with F37 and F37X Friction Material", Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8098, "Transmission Clutch Plates and Disc Assemblies with Rayflex Friction Material", and Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8115, "Transmission Clutch Plates and Disc Assemblies with Cellulose Friction Material".

Critical Areas Checked:

____ Tooth wear, cracking.

____ Glazing and smearing.

____ Excessive erosion or chipping.

____ Warp and dish (flatness).

____ Use of emery polishing cloth for “deglazing”.

____ Thickness check (discs of F37 Clutch Friction Material only).

Tools:

  • Large surface plate (or flat clutch housings same sizes as plates being inspected).

  • Thickness(“feeler” gauges.

  • 5P-8557 Disc Thickness Gauge (for discs of F37 clutch friction material).

Table 7
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Drivetrain Gear Inspection

Refer to Reuse and Salvage Guidelines, SEBF8193, "Reusability of Drive Train Gears"

Critical Areas Check:

____ Tooth wear (seven wear types)

____ Bore wear (seven wear types)

Tools:

  • Flashlight

  • Seal Pick

  • Loupe

Table 8
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Hydraulics Analysis

Piston Assembly

Critical Areas Checked:

Bearing Area

Lubrication Port

Piston

Balance Land

Tools:

Flashlight

Lapping Plate

Pencil Lead or Pick

Micrometer (measure thickness of slipper)

Dial Indicator (to measure end play between piston and slipper)

Table 9
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Retainers

Critical Areas Checked:

Outer surface

Splines

Chamfer

Tools:

Pencil Lead

Light

Table 10
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Wear Plate

Critical Areas Checked:

Grooves/wear steps

Heat Cracks

Scratches

Corrosion Pitting

Discoloration

Tools:

Light

Pencil Lead/pick

Power Lapper

Table 11
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Retraction Plate

Critical areas checked:

Wear on outside diameter

Flatness

Piston holes out of round/elongated

Tools:

Light

Lapping plate

Pencil Lead/pick

Table 12
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Port Plate:

Critical Areas Checked:

Rib

Port

Seal Bands

Thrust Face

Looking for scratches, discoloration, cavitation

Tools:

Straight Scale (check levelness of contact surfaces)

Light

Pencil Lead

Lapping Plate

Table 13
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Barrel Assembly:

Critical Areas Checked:

Piston Bore

Bronze Surface/Thrust Surface

Seal Bands

Splines

Tools:

Light

Pencil Lead

Table 14
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Head Assembly:

Critical Areas Checked:

Seal Band

Contact area of Port Plate

Fretting on bearing surface of Port Plate

Tools:

Light

Pencil Lead

Table 15
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Swash Plate

Critical Areas Checked:

Trunnion

Slipper contact area

Bearing surface

Pin bore

Tools:

Light

Pencil Lead

Housing

Critical Areas Checked:

Gasket surface

Seal counter-bore

Mounting face

Port face

Tools:

Light

Pencil lead

Table 16
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Drive Shaft:

Critical Areas Checked:

Needle bearing surface

Splines

Roller bearing surface

Seal area

Tools:

Light

Pencil lead

Micrometer for measuring splines

Table 17
Part No. or Description  Quantity Inspected  Quantity Reusable  Average Part Price  Total Value of Quantity Inspected  Total Value of Quantity Reusable 
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
Totals:           

Caterpillar Information System:

460-9818 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 460-9818 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
3516C and C175-16 Engines Selective Catalytic Reduction NOx Conversion Is Low
460-9788 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 460-9788 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
C3.4B Engines Oil Contains Fuel
460-9353 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 460-9353 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
G3516 TA Engine Fuel Pressure Is Low
460-9243 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 460-9243 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
G3516 TA Engine Fuel Pressure Is High
460-9231 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 460-9231 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
2014/10/03 New Aftercooler Elbow Mounting Brackets Are Now Used On Certain 3600 and C280 Engines {1063, 1063}
2014/08/15 New Oil Cooler and Turbochargers Are Available for Certain 3512C Land Drilling Engines {1052, 1053, 1378}
2014/08/15 New Turbocharger Support Bolts Are Used on 3512C HD Drilling Engines {1052, 7553}
462-1062 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 462-1062 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
C13 Industrial Engine General Information
2014/08/07 Ash Service Reset Clarification for Certain Truck Engines {108F}
C13 Industrial Engine Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration
2014/10/03 New Wiring Harnesses Are Used on Certain C175 Marine and Petroleum Engines {1408}
C4.4 Engines for Caterpillar Built Machines Aftertreatment SCR System Dosing - Test
C13 Industrial Engine Diagnostic Capabilities
3306B-XQ200 Rental Generator Set Engine Refill Capacities
C27 and C32 Generator Set Engines Fan Drive
462-1133 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000} 462-1133 Top End Overhaul Foundational Kit for 3412 Generator Set Engines{1000}
3516C Marine Engines Fuel Injector
3516C Marine Engines Turbocharger Oil Lines
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