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ADJUSTING THE FAN BELT

PROCEDURE FOR ADJUSTING THE FAN BELT TENSION

1 - Change the belt for cracks or signs of wear, and if necessary change it.
2 - Loosen the nut Mk 6 and the screw Mk 29.
3 - In the oblong hole of Ref. 9, make sure that screw Ref. 29 is not outside the threaded part.
4 - Bring Mk 19 into contact on the belt with the screw Mk 29. The belt should be in position in
the pulley Mk 13.(see fig. 1).
5 - Tighten the screw Mk 29 by 9 turns. The belt tensioning strain T is T = 550 (N± 25) per
strand. This tension corresponds to a pull F of 34N (see sketch B).
6 - Immobilize the screw Mk 29 with the nut Mk 6.

If you are changing the fan belt, carry out operations 2 to 6 and then, after 30 minutes
with the engine idling (930 rpm ± 20) loosen the nut Mk 6 (without turning the screw Mk
29) then tighten the screw Mk 29 1.5 turns and lock the nut Mk 6.

1 A

Lower pulley
Poulie inférieur 24 23

Contact
Pointpoint
de contact

Belt Courroie 19

29
6
25

13

COUPLE DE SERRAGETORQUE
TIGHTENING 22 N.m –10%
22 N.m –10%

- Allowable pulley misalignment : See sketch B below.

19
T

13
F

FAN PULLEY MOTOR PULLEY


LINE LINE
1.5

1.1
1.5

1.1

ROLLER
TENSIONER LINE

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MK 24 ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE

ASSEMBLY :

a) Carefully clean the shaft hub bore. Lightly oil the 2 surfaces with mineral oil.

WARNING : Do not use special molybdenum disulphide oils

Note : The indicated transmissible torques and axial load values take into account an assembly
with lubrication (u= 0.12).

b) Place the tightening ring in the hub bore of the part to be assembled.
c) Mount the unit onto the shaft.
d) To avoid twisting the ring, the screws must be tightened uniformly and diagonally by quarter
turns (preferably with a torque wrench) up to 50% of the recommended screw tightening
torque. => 0.85 daN.m
FINAL SCREW TIGHTENING TORQUE = 1.7 daN.m
e) Repeat this operation until 100% of the recommended screw tightening torque is reached for
each ring.

WARNING : Never place the ring on reverse stop as this makes disassembly very difficult.

DISASSEMBLY:

a) Slightly loosen the screws then lightly tap the screw heads.
b) If operation a) is not enough, remove as many screws as the ring has disassembly holes,
then screw them into these holes.
c) Gradually tighten the screws to 50% of the recommended screw tightening torque (as for
assembly, then again to 100%). The upper conical socket will come away from the lower
conical socket, loosening the ring.