Replace the fuel gage transmitter and gasket if damaged, broken, or worn.
(1) Coat the fuel gage transmitter gasket (18) with fast-drying gasket sealer and install it on the fuel tank. Make
sure that the mounting holes in the gasket and the tank body are properly alined.
(2) Insert the fuel gage transmitter (3) into the fuel tank (6), being careful not to bend or twist the float lever.
(3) Install and tighten the fuel gage transmitter mounting screws (1) and lockwashers (2).
(4) Insert the fuel tank strainer (5) into the fuel tank (6) and twist it clockwise to lock it in its mounting slot.
(5) Install and tighten the pipe nipples (7) and reducing bushings (8).
(6) Install the elbows (9) and tighten them securely.
(7) Install and tighten the pipe nipple (7), valves (10), tee connector (11), and close nipples (12).
(8) Connect the fuel line (13) with the close nipples (12) and tighten the fitting nuts securely. Make sure that all
connections are secure and tight.
(9) Install and tighten the drain plug (14).
(1) Position the fuel tank (6) under the top cover of the road roller and attach the fuel tank straps (15).
(2) Install the fuel tank strap nuts (16) and lockwashers (17). Tighten them securely.
(3) Connect the fuel line that leads from the carburetor with the close nipple (12) and tighten the fitting nut
(4) Check all connections to make sure they are secure and tight. Fill the fuel tank and install the fuel tank cap
(4). Open the fuel tank valves (10) and check all connections for leaks. Tighten the connections if
necessary. If the connection is tight and still leaking, the threads are damaged and the connections must be
replaced. With the fuel tank full, check the fuel gage readings. If these readings are not correct, the fuel
gage transmitter or fuel gage is defective and must be replaced.
Section VII. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
a. The Starting Circuit. The starting circuit of the road roller engine includes the battery (12), ignition switch (5),