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VALVE GP 3599601 - Caterpillar

3599601 VALVE GP Caterpillar parts VALVE
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Turbocharger 3597810 3597811 3599601 7035653 4089274 for Komastu

23 Apr 2022

CN: guanglongtongd
Turbocharger 3597810 3597811 3599601 7035653 4089274 for Komastu
N\\C Model Number is PC360-7    PC300-7   HX40W || For Komastu || This product of our shop has been inspected by our engineers to ensure the quality, and provides you with a reliable warranty, so that you can rest assured. || After you place your order, we will arrange the delivery as soon as possible to make the goods reach you as soon as possible || In addition, our warranty period is half a year, and our after-sales service is very good
yise-T2163 New 6C turbocharger 3597811 3599601 4035653

01 Jun 2021

US: Yise Knight
yise-T2163 New 6C turbocharger 3597811 3599601 4035653
yise Delivery Time: Packages usually arrive about 5-10 workdays after they are sent. Urgent items can be sent to DHL and received in about 3-5 workdays. We can ship to any country as long as you pay the corresponding freight. || Part Number 3597311 Previous versions 3597809 3597810 3597811 3599601 4035653 OE number 4089274 76195253 Description For Truck CHRA 4027612 (4027849 3535324)  Turbo Model HX40W HX40W-L8284L/JB19JD8 Engine 6CTAA 6C Engine Manufacturer For Cummins Fuel Diesel Angle ? (compressor housing 200º Angle ? (turbine housing) 360º Bearing Housing 3532632 (4027872 4027869) || Repair Kit 3575169 (1153035750)  Turbine Housing 4030686/3598051  Compressor Cover 3597306 Actuator 4030211 Settings Waste gate (pressure) 1.840 bar Settings Waste gate (lift rod) 0 mm Gasket (turbine inlet) 407294-0001 (310694)  Gasket (oil outlet) 210060 (2475013)(409267-0003 409267-0002 210060-0000 51914 148062 311585)    Applications  For 2001-12 Cummins QSC LMRO Truck with 6CTAA 6C Engine || Note: - OEM specs coincidence to ensure the perfect fitment to the related parts - Material qualification for durable and reliable use - Multi-Discipline tests like balance housing durability wheel load limits, sealing etc. are carried to enhance the quality of every unit - Please confirm your old part number matches up with one of the part numbers above. - Professional installation is highly recommended (No Instruction Included) - for any needs please contact us. || One year warranty. We test each item and 100% ensure that before we ship if there is any dissatisfaction please contact us. Professional manufacture high precision durable. We are a factory specializing in auto parts direct sales wholesale acceptance. If you have any questions, you can ask us. We will reply to your message within 3-8 hours. Our products will also be carefully checked before shipment to make sure there is no problem before shipment.
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Automatic Timing Advance is only used on engines equipped with a twin turbocharger arrangement.1. Turn the engine counterclockwise (as seen from the flywheel end of the engine) with tool (A) until the No. 1 piston is at top center (TDC) on the compression stroke. Install the timing bolt. Install 6V2112 Timing Pin through the hole in the injection pump housing. See the topic, Finding Top Dead Center Compression Position for No. 1 Piston in SENR4652 Testing and Adjusting. Tool (B), 6V2112 Timing Pin, replaces 6V6019 Timing Pin. 2. Remove two bolts (1).3. Remove eleven bolts (2) and cover (3). 4. Remove four bolts (5), retainer (6), and automatic timing advance (4).Install Automatic Timing Advance
1. Install automatic timing advance (4). Install retainer (6) and four bolts (5).2. Tighten the bolts (5) with fingers until there is a small amount of friction (a slight drag) between the retainer and the timing advance unit (4). This friction will hold the unit against the timing gears. The friction prevents play (backlash) when the gears are turned to the correct position.3. Remove the timing bolt. Turn the flywheel until the timing pin will go into the groove in the injection pump camshaft.4. With the timing pin installed, turn the flywheel clockwise (opposite the direction of engine rotation) a minimum of 30 degrees. The reason for this step is to be sure the play is removed from the timing gears when the engine is put on top center (TDC).5. Turn the flywheel in the direction of engine rotation until the No. 1 piston of the engine is on top center compression stroke. Then turn the timing bolt into the threaded hole in the flywheel.6. Tighten bolts (5) to 25 N m (20 lb ft). Then remove the timing pin from the injection pump housing.7. Tighten bolts (5) to 105 15 N m (77 11 lb ft). Then, remove the timing bolt from the flywheel.8. Turn the crankshaft two complete revolutions and check the timing again to see that the timing pin will go into the groove in the injection pump camshaft with the bolt in the flywheel.9. If the timing is not correct, repeat Steps 1 through 7. If timing is correct, Be Sure To Remove Timing Pin And Timing Bolt. 10. Install eleven bolts (2) and cover (3).11. Install two bolts (1).Disassemble Automatic Timing Advance
Start By:a. remove automatic timing advance 1. Remove flange assembly (1). 2. Remove two springs (2) and two weights (3) from the drive gear assembly (4). 3. Remove two slides (5) from pistons (6).4. Separate the drive gear (4) from the advance sleeve (7).Assemble Automatic Timing Advance
1. Put weights (3) in position in flange assembly (1), as shown.2. Install springs (2) in flange assembly (1). 3. Use 1P808 General Purpose Lubricant to hold slides (5) in position on gear assembly (4). Install slides (5) on pistons (6). 4. Install gear assembly (4) on flange assembly (1). Make sure slides (5) fit in grooves of the weights.

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