(2) Connect the transmitter lead with the terminal and tighten the screw.
(3) Start the engine and check the oil pressure gage on the instrument panel for proper operation.
126. Oil Pan
(1) Remove the cover plate located on the floor of the road roller, directly below the oil pan. If the plate is bolted
to the floor, remove the mounting bolts and lockwashers and remove the plate. On some road rollers, the
cover plate is tack-welded to the floor; cut the welds with a cold chisel or with a cutting torch and remove the
(2) Place a bucket under the oil pan (16) and remove the oil drain plug (14) and gasket (15). Drain the oil from
the oil pan (16).
(3) Remove the oil pan mounting screws (17) and lockwashers (18). If the oil pan sticks tightly to the cylinder
block, insert a thin screwdriver between the oil pan and cylinder block and loosen the oil pan. Be careful not
to bend the mounting edge of the oil pan. Remove the oil pan.
(4) Remove the screws (10) and lockwashers (11) attaching the front filler block (12) to the cylinder block.
Remove the front filler block (12) and cork gasket (13). Discard the cork gasket (13).
(5) Remove the screws (8 and 19) and lockwashers (7 and 20) attaching the rear filler block (6) to the cylinder
block and flywheel housing. Remove the rear filler block (6).
(6) Remove the left and right oil pan gaskets (1 and 2). Discard the gaskets (1 and 2).
Oil pan gasket, left
Filler block, front
Oil pan gasket, right
Filler block cork, front
Filler block seal, upper
Filler block seal, lower
Rear filler block
Oil pan mounting screws,
NC x (18 req'd)
Washers, lock, std,
Screws, to flywheel housing, '4 dia,
18 Washers, lock,
20 NC x (2 req'd)
19 Screws, to cylinder block,
NC x (2 req'd)
9 Filler block cork, rear
-18 NC x 7/8 (2 req'd)
20 Washers, lock. std,
11 Washers, lock std Re (2 req'd)
Figure 40. Continued.