Complete factory shop manual including electrical wiring diagrams for Komatsu CK20-1 Crawler Skid-Steer Loader. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page to save your precious time.
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"Shop Manual (WEBM006400).pdf"
298 pages: Komatsu CK20-1 Crawler Skid-Steer Loader Shop Manual
SERIAL NUMBERS: F00003 and UP
TESTING AND ADJUSTMENTS - ADJUSTMENT OF VALVE CLEARANCE
ADJUSTMENT OF VALVE CLEARANCE
1. Zero setting
1 - Remove the air intake filter.
(For details, see "AIR INTAKE FILTER").
2 - Remove the valve cover.
(For details, see "VALVE COVER").
3 - Remove the feedback fuel pipe.
(For details, see "INJECTORS").
4 - Loosen the nut (1) and the block (3) adjustment screw (2).
5 - Operate on rocker (5) adjustment screw (4) for seat the block on inner valve.
- Check that the valve cap is lying flat on the valve stem and that there is no lop-sided wear.
• If the valve caps are damaged, replace them with new ones.
• Make sure that the valve caps fit perfectly and are lying flat on the valve stem.
6 - Tighten the adjustment screw (2) until it is seated on the outer valve. Lock the position with the nut (1).
1 - Turn the drive shaft in the normal direction of rotation until the line (1) marked as no. 1 on the flywheel is in alignment with the reference notch (2) on the flywheel housing.
- If the cylinder is in a compression stroke, the valves do not move when the drive shaft is rotated slightly.
If the valves do move, rotate the drive shaft by one turn and realign the reference marks (1) and (2).