B3.9 and B5.9 Series Engines
Lubricating Oil Pan (007-025)
Section 7 - Lubricating Oil System - Group 07
Lubricating Oil Pan
A front sump (1), rear sump (2), or center sump (3) lubri-
cating oil pan option can be used depending on the ap-
plication. The mounting of the lubricating oil pick up tube
will vary with the lubricating oil pan used.
High-Lubricating Oil Pressure
High oil pressure usually occurs after the engine is first
started in cold weather. Cold start oil pressure typically will
be approximately 552 to 689 kPa [80 to 100 psi]. If the
pressure should drop back to approximately of 449 kPa [65
psi] when normal operating temperature is reached.
Some state and federal agencies have determined that
used engine oil can be carcinogenic and cause repro-
ductive toxicity. Avoid inhalation of vapor, ingestion,
and prolonged contact with used engine oil.
To avoid personal injury, avoid direct contact of hot oil
with your skin.
NOTE: Use a container that can hold at least 20 liters [21
qt] of lubricating oil.
Drain the lubricating oil.
Operate the engine until the coolant temperature reaches
60°C [140°F]. Shut off the engine. Remove the oil drain
plug. Drain the oil immediately to make sure all the oil and