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Workshop Manual, AQD40 AQAD40 MD40 TMD40 TAMD40, Safety precautions 2 Circulation pump 20. General information 5 Heat exchanger 21, Repair instructions 6 Oil cooler 22. Component guide 8 Turbo Compressor, Checking the supercharging pressure 23. Dismantling Measures to be carried out when the, Cylinder head 9 supercharging pressure is too low 24. Fuel pipe electrical equipment 11 Cleaning 24, Circulation pump 11 Disassembling 25.
Auxiliary drive gears 12 Measuring inspection 26, Camshaft 12 Assembling 27. Pistons connecting rods 12 Fitting the turbo compressor 28. Flywheel 13, Crankshaft 13 Assembling, Crankshaft 29. Overhaul Pistons liners 29, Disassembling the cylinder head 14 Oil pump 31. Cleaning inspection 14 Flywheel 31, Valve guides 15 Auxiliary drive gears 31. Valves 15 Circulation pump 33, Valve seats 15 Oil cooler 34.
Valve springs 16 Cylinder Head 34, Rocker arm mechanism 16 Adjustment of valve clearance 34. Injectors 16 Adjustment of injection angle 35, Assembling the cylinder head 16 Exterior details 35. Cleaning and inspecting the cylinder block 17 Venting the fuel system 37. Pistons cylinder liners 17 Adjusting the speed 38, Connecting rods 18. Crankshaft 18 Wiring diagram 39, Camshaft 18 Fault Finding Table 44. Oil pump 18 Special Tools 44, Sea water pump 19 Technical Data 47.
Safety Precautions, Introduction, This Workshop Manual contains technical data Check that the warning or information decals on. descriptions and repair instructions for Volvo Penta the product are always clearly visible Replace. products or product versions contained in the con decals that have been damaged or painted over. tents list Ensure that the correct workshop literature. is being used Engine with turbocharger Never start the engine. Read the safety information and the Workshop without installing the air cleaner ACL The ro. Manual General Information and Repair Instruc tating compressor in the Turbo can cause seri. tions carefully before starting work ous personal injury Foreign objects entering the. intake ducts can also cause mechanical dam, Important age. In this book and on the engine you will find the follow. ing special warning symbols Never use start spray or similar to start the en. gine The starter element may cause an explo, sion in the inlet manifold Danger of personal in. WARNING If these instructions are not fol, lowed there is a danger of personal injury ex. tensive damage to the product or serious me Avoid opening the filler cap for engine coolant. chanical malfunction system freshwater cooled engines when the. IMPORTANT Used to draw your attention to engine is still hot Steam or hot coolant can. something that can cause damage product spray out Open the coolant filler cap carefully. malfunction or damage to property and slowly to release pressure before removing. the cap completely Take great care if a cock, NOTE Used to draw your attention to important in plug or engine coolant line must be removed.
formation that will facilitate work or operations from a hot engine It is difficult to anticipate in. which direction steam or hot coolant can spray, Below is a summary of the risks and safety precau out. tions you should always observe or carry out when, operating or servicing the engine Hot oil can cause burns Avoid skin contact with. hot oil Ensure that the lubrication system is not, Immobilize the engine by turning off the power under pressure before commencing work on it. supply to the engine at the main switch switch Never start or operate the engine with the oil fill. es and lock it them in the OFF position before er cap removed otherwise oil could be ejected. starting work Set up a warning notice at the en, Stop the engine and close the sea cock before. gine control point or helm, carrying out operations on the engine cooling.
Generally all servicing should be carried out, with the engine switched off Some work carry. Only start the engine in a well ventilated area If. ing out certain adjustments for example re, operating the engine in an enclosed space en. quires the engine to be running Approaching a, sure that exhaust gases and crankcase ventila. running engine is dangerous Loose clothing or, tion emissions are ventilated out of the working. long hair can fasten in rotating parts and cause, serious personal injury.
If working in proximity to a running engine care, less movements or a dropped tool can result in. personal injury Avoid burns Take precautions, to avoid hot surfaces exhausts turbochargers. charge air pipes and starter elements etc and, liquids in supply lines and hoses when the en. gine is running or has been turned off immedi, ately prior to starting work on it Reinstall all. protective parts removed during service opera, tions before starting the engine.
Always use protective goggles where there is Store oil and fuel soaked rags and fuel and oil. a danger of pieces of metal sparks from grind filters safely In certain conditions oil soaked. ing acid or other chemicals being thrown into rags can spontaneously ignite Used fuel and. your eyes Your eyes are very sensitive injury oil filters are environmentally dangerous waste. can lead to loss of sight and must be deposited at an approved site for. destruction together with used lubricating oil, Avoid skin contact with oil Long term or re contaminated fuel paint remnants solvent de. peated contact with oil can remove the natural greasing agents and waste from washing. oils from your skin The result can be irritation parts. dry skin eczema and other skin problems, Used oil is more dangerous to health than new Never allow a naked flame or electric sparks. oil Use protective gloves and avoid using oil near the batteries Never smoke in proximity to. soaked clothes and rags Wash regularly es the batteries The batteries give off hydrogen. pecially before meals Use the correct barrier gas during charging which when mixed with air. cream to prevent dry skin and to make clean can form an explosive gas oxyhydrogen. ing your skin easier This gas is easily ignited and highly volatile. Incorrect connection of the battery can cause, Most chemicals used in products engine and a spark which is sufficient to cause an explo. transmission oils glycol petrol and diesel oil sion with resulting damage Do not disturb bat. and workshop chemicals solvents and paints tery connections when starting the engine. are hazardous to health Read the instructions spark risk and do not lean over batteries. on the product packaging carefully Always fol, low safety instructions using breathing appa Never mix up the positive and negative battery. ratus protective goggles and gloves for ex terminals when installing Incorrect installation. ample Ensure that other personnel are not can result in serious damage to electrical. unwittingly exposed to hazardous substances equipment Refer to wiring diagrams. by breathing them in for example Ensure, that ventilation is good Handle used and Always use protective goggles when charging.
excess chemicals according to instructions and handling batteries The battery electrolyte. contains extremely corrosive sulfuric acid If, Be extremely careful when tracing leaks in the this comes into contact with the skin wash im. fuel system and testing fuel injection nozzles mediately with soap and plenty of water If bat. Use protective goggles The jet ejected from a tery acid comes into contact with the eyes im. fuel injection nozzle is under very high pres mediately flush with copious amounts of water. sure it can penetrate body tissue and cause and obtain medical assistance. serious injury There is a danger of blood poi, soning Turn off the engine and turn off power at main. switch es before carrying out work on the, All fuels and many chemicals are inflammable electrical system. Ensure that a naked flame or sparks cannot ig, nite fuel or chemicals Combined with air in Clutch adjustments must be carried out with. certain ratios petrol some solvents and hy the engine turned off. drogen from batteries are easily inflammable, and explosive Smoking is prohibited Ensure.
that ventilation is good and that the necessary, safety precautions have been taken before. carrying out welding or grinding work Always, have a fire extinguisher to hand in the work. Use the lifting eyes mounted on the engine re Components in the electrical system ignition. verse gear when lifting the drive unit system gasoline engines and fuel system on. Always check that lifting equipment is in good Volvo Penta products are designed and con. condition and has sufficient load capacity to lift structed to minimize the risk of fire and explo. the engine engine weight including reverse sion The engine must not be run in areas. gear and any extra equipment installed where there are explosive materials. To ensure safe handling and to avoid damaging, Always use fuels recommended by Volvo Pen. engine components on top of the engine use a, ta Refer to the Instruction Book The use of. lifting beam to raise the engine All chains and, lower quality fuels can damage the engine On.
cables should run parallel to each other and as, a diesel engine poor quality fuel can cause the. perpendicular as possible in relation to the top, control rod to seize and the engine to overrev. of the engine, with the resulting risk of damage to the engine. If extra equipment is installed on the engine al and personal injury Poor fuel quality can also. tering its center of gravity a special lifting de lead to higher maintenance costs. vice is required to achieve the correct balance, for safe handling. Never carry out work on an engine suspended, on a hoist.
Never remove heavy components alone even, where secure lifting equipment such as se. cured blocks are being used Even where lift, ing equipment is being used it is best to carry. out the work with two people one to operate, the lifting equipment and the other to ensure. that components are not trapped and damaged, when being lifted. When working on board ensure that there is, sufficient space to remove components without.
danger of injury or damage, General information, About the workshop manual Replacement parts. This workshop manual contains technical specifica Replacement parts for electrical and fuel systems. tion descriptions and instructions for repairing the are subject to statutory requirements US Coast. standard versions of the following engines AQD40 Guard Safety Regulations for example Volvo Penta. AQAD40 MD40 TMD40 TAMD40 The product Genuine parts meet these requirements Any type of. designation and number should be given in all damage which results from the use of non original. correspondence about the product Volvo Penta replacement parts for the product will. This Workshop Manual has been developed primarily not be covered under any warranty provided by. for Volvo Penta service workshops and qualified Volvo Penta. personnel Persons using this book are assumed to, have a grounding in marine drive systems and be. able to carry out related mechanical and electrical. Volvo Penta is continuously developing their prod, ucts We therefore reserve the right to make. changes All the information contained in this book is. based on product data available at the time of going. to print Any essential changes or modifications, introduced into production or updated or revised. service methods introduced after the date of publi. cation will be provided in the form of Service Bulle. Repair instructions, The working methods described in the Service.
Manual apply to work carried out in a workshop The. Our joint responsibility, Each engine consists of many connected systems. engine has been removed from the boat and is, and components If a component deviates from its. installed in an engine fixture Unless otherwise, technical specification the environmental impact of an. stated reconditioning work which can be carried out. otherwise good engine may be increased significantly. with the engine in place follows the same working, It is therefore vital that wear tolerances are main. tained that systems that can be adjusted are adjusted. Warning symbols occurring in the Workshop Manual properly and that Volvo Penta Genuine Parts as used. for their meaning see Safety information The engine Maintenance Schedule must be followed. Some systems such as the components in the fuel, WARNING system require special expertise and special testing.
equipment for service and maintenance Some com, IMPORTANT ponents are sealed at the factory for environmental. reasons No work should be carried out on sealed, components except by authorized personnel. NOTE Bear in mind that most chemicals used on boats are. are not in any way comprehensive since it is impos harmful to the environment if used incorrectly Volvo. sible to predict every circumstance under which Penta recommends the use of biodegradable degrea. service work or repairs may be carried out For this sing agents for cleaning engine components unless. reason we can only highlight the risks that can arise otherwise stated in a workshop manual Take special. when work is carried out incorrectly in a well care when working on board that oil and waste is. equipped workshop using working methods and tools taken for destruction and is not accidentally pumped. developed by us into the environment with bilge water. This workshop manual contains technical specifica tion descriptions and instructions for repairing the standard versions of the following engines AQD40 AQAD40 MD40 TMD40 TAMD40 The product designation and number should be given in all correspondence about the product This Workshop Manual has been developed primarily for Volvo Penta

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