ADJUST INJECTOR RACK CONTROL LEVER
This task is typical for injectors on both port and starboard engines. The cylinder
banks are identified as right and left as viewed from the rear of the engine.
It is necessary to set a baseline to use for adjusting all of the injector rack control
levers. This baseline will be set on the first cylinder of the left bank. The first
cylinder of the right bank will be set next so it balances with the left cylinder. Once
these baseline adjustments are completed, there will be no further adjustment to
the number one cylinders of the left and right bank. The remaining cylinders will be
set, left and right, using the first cylinder, left bank as a guide.
Verify fuel supply and return valves (Figure 1, Item 1) are closed.
Figure 1. Fuel Supply and Return Valves.
Loosen four lock nuts (Figure 2, Item 1) and screws (Figure 2, Item 2) on left cylinder bank
(Figure 2, Item 3).
Figure 2. Left Cylinder Head.