1981/05/12 Caterpillar


Remove Direct Injection Fuel Nozzles With 6V4061 And 6V4054 Nozzle Pullers

Usage:




1100, 3200 And 3300 Series DI Truck Engines

The 6V4061 Nozzle Puller Group, shown in Illustration 1, is used to remove direct injection fuel nozzles from the above engines.


Illustration 1. 6V4061 Nozzle Puller Group.

Instructions

1. Disconnect fuel line from adapter (Illustration 2). Disconnect nozzle fuel line from adapter. Remove adapter from the cylinder head. Remove bolt and clamp.


Illustration 2. Location of fuel line, adapter, bolt and clamp.

2. Install the 6V4151 Leg in the tapped hole used for the rocker arm shaft. Install the 6V4149 Jaw and the 6V4152 Screw on the nozzle (Illustration 3). The jaw engages in two slots in the body of the nozzle.


Illustration 3. Installation of the jaw and screw on nozzle.

3. Install the 6V4150 Leg in the tapped hole of the 6V4153 Plate. Install the plate over the 6V4151 Leg and 6V4152 Screw, as shown in Illustration 4.


Illustration 4. Installation of the plate.

4. Install the 2S5658 Washer and 1B4206 Nut. Turn the nut to remove the nozzle (Illustration 5).


Illustration 5. Removal of the nozzle.

The 6V4054 Nozzle Puller Group (Illustration 6) is used with the 6V4061 Nozzle Puller Group to remove 7N449 Nozzles in the 3300 Series DI Engines.

All of the parts in the 6V4061 Nozzle Puller Group, except the 6V4153 Plate, are needed to use the 6V4054 Group.


Illustration 6. 6V4054 Nozzle Puller Group.

Instructions To Use The 6V4054 Group

1. Remove fuel line and nozzle hold down clamp from both the nozzle to be removed and the nozzle next to it (Illustration 7).

2. Assemble tools as shown in Illustrations 8 and 9.

NOTE: The 6V4151 Leg, which has the male end, must always be installed next to the 6V4149 Jaw and 6V4152 Screw.


Illustration 7. Location of hold down clamps on 3300 DI Engine.


Illustration 8. Correct arrangement of 6V4151 Leg, 6V4149 Jaw, and 6V4152 Screw for removal of nozzle.


Illustration 9. Correct arrangement of tools for nozzle removal.

Illustration 10 shows the 6V4054 Nozzle Puller Group in position to remove a nozzle assembly when the rear hole in the 6V4054 Nozzle Puller Group is used.


Illustration 10. Arrangement of tools when rear hole of 6V4054 Nozzle Puller Group is used.

Caterpillar Information System:

1981/05/12 New Tool Makes Glow Plug Wire Removal Easier
1981/05/12 Crankshaft Failures; New Thrust Plate
1981/04/09 6V3150 Engine Pressure Group Gives Direct Indication Of Manifold Pressure
1981/04/09 Fuel Pressure Relief Valve Is Shown Inverted (wrong End Up) In Parts Book Illustrations
1981/04/09 Use 6V4058 Universal Extension To Remove And Install Starter Bolts
1981/04/09 Check All Settings When Fuel Injection Pump Group Is Installed
1981/04/09 List Of Service Publications
1981/04/09 Improve Use Of Engine Service Manual Microfiche
1981/04/09 Electrical Information For Egr (exhaust Gas Recirculation) Systems On 3208 Truck Engines So Equipped
1981/04/09 Clean Electrical Contacts In Exhaust Gas Recirculation (e.g.r.) Switch Group And Cover Assembly Before Installation
1981/04/09 6V3197 Spacer, 6V3041 Tool Group Available For Use During Removal And Installation Of Piston Pin Bearings
1981/04/09 Correct Refill Capacity For Engine Oil
1981/05/12 Larger Valve Springs
1981/05/12 FT1585 Plate Can Be Fabricated For Governor Spring Guide Replacement
1981/05/12 New 6V3060 EGR System Tester Group Available
1981/07/07 Correct Use Of Keystone Ring Groove Gauges
1981/07/07 Use 6V4069 Body Group To Remove Tapered Drive Sleeve
1981/07/07 Caterpillar Cooling System Conditioner (liquid Or Spin On Elements) Can Be Used In Ford Truck Installations
1981/07/07 Troubleshooting Water In Shut-off Solenoid Housing
1981/07/07 Replacement Bushings For Delco-remy Electric Starting Motors Must Be Machined For Correct Clearances
1981/07/07 Cylinder Liners Can Now Be Reconditioned Automatically
1981/07/07 New Gasket Used In Front Housing Group
1981/07/07 List Of Service Publications
1981/07/07 Use 6V4089 Reamer Assembly To Clean Nozzle Bores
Back to top
The names Caterpillar, John Deere, JD, JCB, Hyundai or any other original equipment manufacturers are registered trademarks of the respective original equipment manufacturers. All names, descriptions, numbers and symbols are used for reference purposes only.
CH-Part.com is in no way associated with any of the manufacturers we have listed. All manufacturer's names and descriptions are for reference only.