THEORY OF OPERATION - CONTINUED
COOLING SYSTEM - CONTINUED
Hoses. Upper hoses and lines route coolant from the cylinder head coolant outlet into the upper section of the radiator.
Lower hoses and lines supply radiator coolant, which is pushed through the cylinder block by the water pump.
Fan. Fan is mounted on fan drive assembly located between fuel tank and radiator.
Drive Belts. Dual belts are mounted so that fan drive
and alternator are driven by the transmission oil pump
Engine Oil Cooler. Engine oil cooler is mounted hori-
zontally along left side of engine. Engine coolant
flows through the unit to remove heat from the engine
Transmission Oil Cooler. This oil cooler is mounted
vertically along left side of engine. Engine coolant
flows through the unit to remove heat from the trans-