RADIATOR REPAIR - CONTINUED
DISASSEMBLY - CONTINUED
Radiator core vanes are sharp and can easily cut. Gloves should be worn when handling bare radiator cores
to prevent injury to personnel.
Use care when handling or storing radiator cores as core vanes are thin and easily bent. If many vanes are
bent, air flow through radiator core will not be sufficient for cooling. Equipment damage will result.
Remove top and bottom channels (4 and 11) from radiator core (14).
No more than 12 tubes of radiator core can be blocked off. If more than 12 are blocked, core is not service-
able. Replace with new core prior to assembly.
Refer to TM 750-254 for additional information on radiator repair.
Position radiator core (14) front face down on workbench and apply a light coat of grease to surface of each new header
Position two new header gaskets (10) on radiator core (14).
Place top (4) and bottom (11) channels on radiator core (14).
Ensure bolting bars, screws, and mounting hardware are installed as noted in disassembly.
Install inlet tank (12) with bolting bars (5 and 6), screws (7 and 8), and new lock nuts (1).