5-13. Fuel Tank Repair. (See figure 5-11 ) In addition to component replacement described below, the fuel
tank may be straightened, welded and repainted. If required, repaint In accordance with MIL-T-704, Type G,
Color Green, No. 383 of MIL-C-46168. If power unit Is painted in camouflage, refer to Section VI, Power Unit
Disassemble only to the extent necessary to replace defective components.
Unscrew and remove fuel level gage (1, figure 5-11).
Disconnect P4, P7 fuel cable (2) from fuel level sensor (3) Unscrew and remove fuel level
Disconnect fuel line (4) from connector (5) Unscrew and remove connector.
Disconnect vent tube (6) from connector (7) Unscrew and remove connector.
Chain on cap is attached to filter tube.
Remove non-vented cap (8) and filler neck (9).
Remove six screws (10) and six flat washers (11) and remove filler neck (9) and gasket (12).
Remove drain cock (13).
Install drain cock (14).
Position gasket (12) over filler neck hole in fuel tank and aline mounting holes. Insert filler
neck (9) in fuel tank (14) and aline mounting holes Install six screws (10) and six flat washers
Install cap (8) on filler neck (9).
Install connector (7) and reattach vent tube (6).
Install connector (5) and reattach fuel line (4).
(6) Install fuel level sensor (3) and reconnect P4, P7 fuel cable (2).
Install fuel level gage (1).