Two full-flow type lubricating oil filters are used on current Series 60 engines. The oil filters are mounted in a downward position. The filters are throw away, spin-on type. Prior to 1993 the Series 60 engines also had a bypass filter. See Figure 20439 .
Note: Certain pleasure craft marine engines use a single, high capacity, remote-mounted lubricating oil filter. When installed, adaptor plates drilled and tapped for hose connections are used to seal the spin-on filter openings in the engine-mounted oil filter adaptor. See Figure 37029 .
1. Lube Oil Return Tube
8. Adaptor-to-Oil Cooler Seal Ring (2)
2. Lube Oil Supply Tube
9. Remote-mounted Filter Adaptor
3. Spin-on Lube Oil Filter
10. Seal Washer (2)
4. Filter Adaptor Insert
11. Remote-mounted Adaptor Special Stud
12. Adaptor Cap Seal Ring (2)
6. Spin-on Lube Oil Filter Adaptor
13. Cap (2)
7. Connector (2)
Remote-mounted Lubricating Oil FIlter
Spin-on Oil Filters
Oil supplied by the engine oil pump passes through the full-flow filters before reaching the various moving parts of the engine. The oil is forced by pump pressure through a passage in the filter adaptor and into the elements. Impurities are filtered out as the oil passes through the elements and out through another passage in the filter adaptor.
Install new, full-flow, spin-on oil filters at the following (maximum) intervals or each time the engine oil is changed, whichever comes first:
Install oil filter as follows:
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.
Make a visual inspection of all lubricating oil lines for wear and/or chafing. If any indication of wear is evident, replace the oil lines and correct the cause.
If the engine has not been operated for a prolonged period or the turbocharger has been removed or replaced, prelubricate the turbocharger. Refer to section .