Table 1. Engine Does Not Crank or Cranks Slowly - Continued.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Engine Does Not Crank or
Cranks Slowly - Continued
· Normal engine rotation is clockwise when viewed from front of engine.
· Inspect the flywheel, note the effort required to rotate engine, and if any
fluids are expelled from glow plug ports.
12. Using crankshaft turning tool
(Figure 10, Item 3), rotate engine
clockwise through two complete
13. With assistance, inspect flywheel
Flywheel OK -
(Figure 11, Item 1) for damage and
Proceed to step 14.
broken or missing teeth while the
engine is rotated.
Flywheel Damaged or has Broken or
Missing Teeth - Replace flywheel
assembly (WP 0184).
Proceed to Test Step 10.