1980/03/24 Caterpillar


Different Water Temperature Regulators Now Used To Prevent Overheating{1355}

Usage:




3406, 3408 and 3412 Industrial and Marine Engines Equipped With Raw Water Heat Exchangers

Description of Change: A different water temperature regulator is now used in 3406, 3408 and 3412 Industrial and Marine Engines equipped with raw water heat exchangers. The water temperature regulator has a rating of 74°C (165°F).

Formerly, a water temperature regulator which had an 82°C (180°F) rating was used. Because of the higher operating range of the former regulator, in warmer waters it was some times possible for the coolant to get hot enough to cause the overheating alarm to be activated.

Adaptable As: The new water temperature regulator is a direct replacement for the former water temperature regulator as shown in the chart which follows.

Caterpillar Information System:

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1980/03/24 New Top Piston Ring Has Plasma-Coated Face{1215}
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1980/03/24 Inspect Regulator Cover Assembly When Overcooling Is A Problem{1350,1380}
1980/03/03 Fuel Heaters Are Now Available For Field Installation{1296}
1980/03/03 Connecting Rod Changes And Replacement Information{1218}
1980/03/03 Spacer Plate Block Group Used For Parts Service Of Block Group With Counterbore Design{1101,1201}
1980/02/25 Identification Of Fuel Injection Lines And Nozzle Bodies For Different Combustion Systems{1252,1254}
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1980/02/25 Stronger Braces Used Between Air Cleaner And Engine{1051}
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1980/03/24 Visual Inspection Of Main And Connecting Rod Bearings{1203,1219,1230}
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1980/03/24 New Plugs And Rubber Stoppers For Machines With Sealed And Lubricated Track{4169,4170,4175,0622}
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1980/03/31 Remanufactured Short Blocks Are Available For Repairs Of Early 3406 Engines{1201,1101,1102}
1980/03/31 Caution: Outboard Bearing Must Be Removed From Extended Shaft Of Front Power Takeoff Before The Engine Is Moved{3055}
1980/03/31 Use Correct Cord Assembly With Jacket Water Heaters{1383}
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