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Marine Engine Maintenance Schedules

For Marine Propulsion Engines Used in


Commercial Applications
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

Table of Contents

3116 & 3126 Marine Engine Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

3208 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

3304B Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

3306B Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

3406 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9

3408 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11

3412 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 -13

3508 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19

3512 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25

3516 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31

3606 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33

3608 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35

3612 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37

3616 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3116 & 3126 Marine Engine Maintenance Schedule


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 30 000 L (8000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 1000 Hours*
Daily Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Raw Water Pump – Inspect/Clean
Engine Crankcase Oil – Check oil level Cooling System – Clean/Flush/Change coolant
Cooling System – Check level and replace thermostat (Conventional
Water Separator (if equipped) – Drain water and Coolant/Antifreeze only)
sediment
Walk-Around Inspection – Check engine for leaks
and loose connections Every 60 000 L (16 000 gal) of Fuel
Air Cleaner Indicator (if equipped) – Check service or 2000 Hours*
indicator, inspect air cleaner element Valve Lash and Injector Fuel Timing –
Marine Gear (Transmission) – Check oil level Check/Adjust
Governor – Clean/Replace oil screen
Every 1500 L (400 gal) of Fuel Check/Adjust low idle
Aftercooler Core and Turbocharger Compressor
or 50 Hours* Housing – Clean (3116 only)
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace
Every Four Years*
Initial 250 Hours* Engine Coolant (for engines using LLCA only) –
Initial Valve Lash and Injector Fuel Timing – Clean/Flush/Replace coolant
Check/Adjust
Overhaul Every 114 000 L
Every 7500 L (2000 gal) of Fuel (30 000 gal) of Fuel
or 250 Hours or Yearly*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** The oil change interval is based on fuel
Engine Crankcase** – Replace oil and filter consumption. The sump capacity of 25 liters
Fuel System – Replace final filter and clean fuel (26.4 U.S. quarts) will allow the maximum
inlet screen/Replace water separator element consumption of 7500 liters (2000 U.S. gallons)
(if equipped) of fuel by the engine. This would be an average
Batteries – Clean/Check electrolyte level fuel consumption of 30 L/hr (8.0 gal/hr).
Belts, Hoses, and Clamps – Inspect/Check/ Adjust Therefore, use fuel consumption as the best
Cooling System – Test for coolant additive indicator of oil change interval. Confirm the
(Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze only) interval with Scheduled Oil Analysis or consult
your Caterpillar dealer.
Every 15 000 L (4000 gal) of Fuel
or 500 Hours*
Aftercooler Core and Turbocharger Compressor
Housing – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3208 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 36 000 L (9000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours or Two Years*
Daily Cooling System – Clean/Flush/Change coolant,
Check coolant level/Replace thermostats
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect for leaks and Fuel Pump/Governor Housing – Drain
loose connections PVC Valve (if equipped) – Check diaphragm and
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level hoses
Cooling System – Check coolant level Aftercooler Core (if equipped) – Inspect/Clean
Marine Gear Oil – Check level Valve lash – Check/Adjust
Air Cleaner Indicator (if equipped) – Check/Inspect/
Clean/Replace Every 72 000 L (19 000 gal) of Fuel or
Water Separator – Drain water and sediment 2000 Hours*
Engine Valve Lash – Adjust
Every 1900 L (500 gal) of Fuel or Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Replace seals & bearings
50 Hours* Coolant Hoses – Replace
Fuel Injection Nozzles – Test
Zinc Rods – Inspect Air/Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) – Check/Adjust
Aftercooler Drain Plug (if equipped) – Inspect Turbocharger (if equipped) – Inspect/Check
Air Cleaner – Clean foam filter element (if equipped) Starting Motor – Inspect
Crankshaft Torsional Vibration Damper and Engine
Every 9000 L (2400 gal) of Fuel or Mounts – Inspect/Check
250 Hours or Yearly* Heat Exchanger – Inspect/Clean
Marine Engine Performance Analysis – Obtain report
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S) – Obtain
Engine Oil and Filters – Change Every Four Years*
Fuel System – Replace final fuel filter Engine Coolant (for engines using LLCA only) –
Batteries – Check Clean/Flush/Replace coolant
Crankcase Breather (if equipped) – Clean
Water Separator – Inspect/Replace element OVERHAUL Every 114 000 L
Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check (30 000 gal) of Fuel*
Sea Water Strainer – Inspect/Clean
Cylinder Head, Connecting Rods, Pistons,
Sea Water Pump – Replace impeller and cam Turbocharger, Oil Pump, Fuel Ratio Control, Cam
Cooling System – Test for supplemental coolant Followers, Fuel Transfer Pump, and Timing
additive concentration/Obtain coolant sample for Advance – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
analysis necessary
Belts, Hoses, and Clamps – Inspect/Adjust/Replace Piston Rings, Main Bearings, Rod Bearings,
Oil Fumes Separator Canister (if equipped) – Crankshaft Seals, Engine Mounts, and Hoses –
Clean/Replace elements Install new
Exhaust Restricter (if equipped) – Inspect/Adjust Fuel Nozzles, Fuel Injection Pump, Governor,
linkage Injectors – Test
Air Cleaner – Paper element air cleaner (if equipped), Crankshaft, Camshaft, Cam Bearings, and Damper –
foam element air cleaner (if equipped), AIRSEP® Inspect
closed crankcase system (if equipped) – Marine Gear Oil Cooler Core, Aftercooler Core, Heat
Clean/Inspect Exchanger Core – Clean/Test
Valve Lash (at first oil change) only – Check/Adjust Cooling System – Clean/Flush/Obtain coolant
analysis
* First perform previous maintenance interval items.

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3304B Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, First 22 500 L (6000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours or Six Months
Daily Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point and Low Idle –
Walk-Around Inspections – Check for leaks and Check/Adjust
loose connections
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Every 22 500 L (6000 gal) of Fuel or
Cooling System – Check Coolant level 1000 Hours or Six Months
Air Cleaner – Check service indicator/
Service air cleaner when needed Water Separator – Replace element
Air Starter (if equipped) – Check Lubricator Engine Protection Devices – Check operation
oil level Fuel Control Linkage – Check/Lubricate
Air Tank (if equipped) – Drain water and sediment
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment Every 45 000 L (12 000 gal) of Fuel or
Water Separator (if equipped) – Drain water 2000 Hours or Yearly
Clutch (if equipped) – Lubricate/Check/Adjust
Valve Lash and Valve Rotators – Check/Adjust
Every 1100 L (300 gal) of Fuel or Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Check/Adjust
50 Hours or Weekly Fuel Nozzles – Test
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Turbocharger (if equipped) – Clean/Inspect/Check
Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
First 5600 L (1500 gal) of Fuel or Crankshaft Vibration Damper – Inspect/Check
250 Hours or Monthly
Valve Lash – Check/Adjust (within the first and Every 68 220 L (18 000 gal) of Fuel or
fourth oil change intervals) 3000 Hours or Two Years
Water Temperature Regulator (Thermostat) –
Every 5600 L (1500 gal) of Fuel or Replace
250 Hours or Monthly Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze
only) – Drain/Clean/Replace coolant
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S) – Obtain
Engine Crankcase – Replace oil and filter Every 90 000 L (24 000 gal) of Fuel or
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze 4000 Hours or Three Years
only) – Test for SCA concentration/add SCA if Jacket Water Pump, Sea/Raw Water Pump,
necessary Alternator, Starting Motor, Turbocharger, and
Fuel System – Clean Primary fuel filter
Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
(if equipped)/Replace final fuel filter
Air Cleaner – Clean/Replace air filter elements or exchange (if necessary)
Batteries – Clean/Check electrolyte level
Belts – Check/Adjust Every 135 000 L (36 000 gal) of Fuel or
Hoses – Inspect/Replace 6000 Hours or Four Years
Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze
only) – Drain/Flush/Replace LLCA.

OVERHAUL
Every 227 400 L (60 000 gal)

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3306B Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, First 34 000 L (9000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours or Six Months
Daily Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Check/Adjust
Walk-Around Inspection – Check for leaks and loose
connections Every 34 000 L (9000 gal) of Fuel or
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level
Cooling System – Check coolant level 1000 Hours or Six Months
Air Cleaner – Check service indicator/Service air Water Separator – Replace element
cleaner when needed Engine Protection Devices – Check operation
Air Starter (if equipped) – Check lubricator oil level Fuel Control Linkage – Check/Lubricate
Air Tank (if equipped) – Drain water and sediment
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment Every 67 000 L (18 000 gal) of Fuel or
Water Separator (if equipped) – Drain water 2000 Hours or Yearly
Clutch (if equipped) – Lubricate/Check/Adjust
Valve Lash and Valve Rotators – Check/Adjust
Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Every 1900 L (500 gal) of Fuel or Check/Adjust
50 Hours or Weekly Fuel Nozzles – Test
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Turbocharger (if equipped) – Clean/Inspect/Check
Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Crankshaft Vibration Damper – Inspect/Check
First 8500 L (2200 gal) of Fuel or
250 Hours or Monthly Every 91 000 L (24 000 gal) of Fuel or
Valve Lash – Check/Adjust (within the first and 3000 Hours or Two Years
fourth oil change intervals)
Water Temperature Regulator (Thermostat) – Replace
Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
Every 8500 L (2200 gal) of Fuel or – Add extender
250 Hours or Monthly Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)* – Obtain only) – Drain/Clean/Replace coolant
Engine Crankcase* – Replace oil and filter
Crankcase Breather* – Clean Every 136 000 L (36 000 gal) of Fuel
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze or 4000 Hours or Three Years
only) – Test for SCA concentration/Add SCA if Jacket Water Pump, Sea/Raw Water Pump,
necessary Alternator, Starting Motor, Turbocharger, and Air
Fuel System – Clean primary fuel filter (if equipped)/ Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Replace final fuel filter Exchange if necessary
Air Cleaner – Clean/Replace air filter elements
Batteries – Clean/Check electrolyte level Every 204 000 L (54 000 gal) of Fuel
Belts – Check/Adjust
Hoses – Inspect/Replace or 6000 Hours or Four Years
Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
* For larger sump capacity, these maintenance – Drain/Flush/Replace LLCA
items may be performed at 500 hours.
OVERHAUL
341 000 L (90 000 gal)

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3406 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 114 000 L (30 000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 3000 Hours*
Daily Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Check/Adjust
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine for leaks
Engine Mounts – Inspect
and loose connections
Crankcase Vibration Damper – Inspect/Check
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level
Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
Cooling System – Check coolant level
– Add extender
Marine Gear – Check oil level
Water Temperature Regulator (Thermostat) – Replace
Air Starter (if equipped) – Check lubricator bowl oil
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze
level
only) – Clean/Flush/Change coolant
Air Cleaner – Check service indicator/Service air
PAR Analysis – Obtain
cleaner when necessary
Valve Lash – Check/Adjust/Inspect valve rotators
Clutch Shift Collar – Lubricate
Every 190 000 L (50 000 gal) of Fuel or
Every 1900 L (500 gal) of Fuel or 5000 Hours*
50 Hours*
Fuel Nozzles – Test
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Air Compressor – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Every 4750 L (1250 gal) of Fuel or Jacket Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
125 Hours* Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Starting Motor – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
PTO Main Shaft, Shift Lever and Pilot Bearing Turbocharger – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
(if equipped) – Lubricate
Clutch (if equipped) – Check/Adjust OVERHAUL Every 760 000 L
(200 000 gal) of Fuel for 1200-1350 rated
Every 9500 L (2500 gal) of Fuel or rpm, 646 000 L (170 000 gal) of Fuel for
250 Hours* 1800 rated rpm, 380 000 L (100 000 gal)
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S) – Obtain of Fuel for 2100 rated rpm
Engine Crankcase – Replace oil and filters (Fuel amounts are based on an average fuel
Fuel System – Replace final filter/Clean primary filter consumption of 38 liters/hour (10 gallons/hour) for
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze each maintenance interval. The liter quantity will not
only) – Test for coolant additive concentration/Add directly convert to the gallon quantity for the number
liquid coolant additive or replace coolant additive of hours.)
maintenance element (if equipped)
Crankcase Breather – Clean Cylinder Head, Connecting Rods, Pistons, Cylinder
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Liners, Turbocharger, Oil Pump, Spacer Plate, Fuel
Belts – Check/Adjust/Replace Ratio Control, Cam Followers, Fuel Transfer Pump,
Hoses and Clamps – Inspect/Check and Timing Advance – Inspect/Rebuild or
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment Exchange
Valve Lash (at first oil change) only – Check/Adjust Piston Rings, Main Bearings, Rod Bearings, Valve
Rotators, and Crankshaft Seals – Install new
Every 38 000 L (10 000 gal) of Fuel or Fuel Nozzles – Test
Fuel Injection Pump – Test
1000 Hours*
Crankshaft, Camshaft, Cam Bearings, Damper,
Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check Governor – Inspect

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3406 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain

* First perform previous service hour items.

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3408 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 51 000 L (13 500 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
Daily Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Magnetic Pickup – Inspect/Adjust
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine for leaks
and loose connections Every 153 000 L (40 500 gal) of Fuel or
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level
Cooling System – Check coolant level 3000 Hours*
Marine Gear – Check oil level Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Air Starter (if equipped) – Check lubricator bowl oil Check/Adjust
level Engine Mounts – Inspect
Air Cleaner – Check service indicator/Service air Crankcase Vibration Damper – Inspect
cleaner when necessary Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
Clutch Shift Collar (if equipped) – Lubricate – Add extender
Water Temperature Regulator (Thermostats) – Replace
Every 2550 L (675 gal) of Fuel or Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze
only) – Clean/Flush/Change coolant
50 Hours*
PAR Analysis – Obtain
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Valve Lash – Check/Adjust/Inspect valve rotators

Every 6375 L (1688 gal) of Fuel or Every 256 000 L (67 500 gal) of Fuel or
125 Hours* 5000 Hours*
PTO Main Shaft, Shift Lever, and Pilot Bearing Fuel Nozzles – Test/Exchange
(if equipped) – Lubricate Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Clutch (if equipped) – Check/Adjust Air Compressor – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Starting Motors – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Every 13 000 L (3400 gal) of Fuel or Turbocharger – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
250 Hours or Yearly* Jacket Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Raw Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain Every 306 000 L (81 000 gal) of Fuel or
Engine Crankcase – Replace oil and filters
Fuel System – Drain water and sediment from tank/
6000 Hours or Four Years*
Replace final filter/Clean primary filter Cooling System ( Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze – Drain/Flush/Replace LLCA
only) – Test for coolant additive concentration/Add
liquid coolant additive or replace coolant additive * First perform previous service hour items.
maintenance element (if equipped) ** The oil change interval is based on fuel
Crankcase Breathers – Clean consumption. Use fuel consumption as the best
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level indicator of oil change interval. The sump capacity
Belts – Check/Adjust/Replace also determines oil change interval. Standardsump
Hoses and Clamps – Inspect/Check capacity requires oil and filter change at 250
Air Cleaner – Clean/Replace air filter elements hours. The deep sump capacity requires oil and
Valve Lash** (at first oil change only) – Check/Adjust filter change at 500 hours. Confirm the interval
with Scheduled Oil Sampling or contact your
Caterpillar dealer.

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3408 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


OVERHAUL Every 1 140 000 L
(300 000 gal) of Fuel for 1250-1350 rated
rpm, 874 000 L (230 000 gal) of Fuel for
1800 rated rpm, 570 000 L (150 000 gal)
of Fuel for 2100 rated rpm
Cylinder Head, Connecting Rods, Pistons, Cylinder
Liners, Turbocharger, Oil Pump, Spacer Plate, Fuel
Ratio Control, Cam Followers, Fuel Transfer Pump,
and Timing Advance – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange
Piston Rings, Main Bearings, Rod Bearings, Valve
Rotators and Crankshaft Seals – Replace
Fuel Nozzles – Test
Fuel Injection Pump – Test
Crankshaft, Camshaft, Cam Bearings, Damper,
Governor – Inspect
Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain

Fuel amounts are based on an average fuel


consumption of 51 liters/hour (13.5 gallons/hour)
for each maintenance interval. The liter quantity
will not directly convert to the gallon quantity for
the number of hours.

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3412 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 227 500 L (60 000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 3000 Hours*
Daily Valve Lash – Check/Adjust/Inspect valve rotators
Fuel Ratio Control, Set Point, and Low Idle –
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine for leaks Check/Adjust
and loose connections Engine Mounts – Inspect
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Crankshaft Vibration Damper – Inspect
Cooling System – Check coolant level Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze
Marine Gear – Check oil level only) – Clean/Flush/Change coolant
Air Starter (if equipped) – Check lubricator bowl oil Water Temperature Regulators (Thermostat) –
level Replace
Air Cleaner – Check service indicator/Service air PAR Analysis – Obtain
cleaner when necessary Cooling System (Long Life Coolant/Antifreeze only)
Clutch Shift Collar (if equipped) – Lubricate – Add extender
Every 3800 L (1000 gal) of Fuel or Every 379 000 L (100 000 gal) of Fuel
50 Hours* or 5000 Hours*
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Fuel Nozzles – Test/Exchange
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Every 9500 L (2500 gal) of Fuel or Air Compressor – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
125 Hours* Jacket Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
PTO Main Shaft, Shift Lever, and Pilot Bearing Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
(if equipped) – Lubricate Turbocharger – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange
Clutch (if equipped) – Check/Adjust Starting Motor – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange

First 19 000 L (5000 gal) of Fuel or * First perform previous service hour items.
250 Hours*
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S) – Obtain
Engine Crankcase – Replace oil and filters
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Cooling System (Conventional Coolant/Antifreeze
only) – Test for coolant additive concentrations/
Add liquid coolant or replace coolant additive
maintenance element (if equipped)
Fuel System – Clean primary filter/Replace final filter
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level
Belts – Check/Adjust/Replace
Hoses and Clamps – Inspect/Check
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment
Valve Lash (at first oil change only) – Check/Adjust

Every 76 000 L (20 000 gal) of Fuel or


1000 Hours*
Engine Protection Devices – Inspect/Check

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3412 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


OVERHAUL Every 1 520 000 L
(400 000 gal) of Fuel for 1200 rated
rpm, 1 310 000 L (345 000 gal) of Fuel
for 1800 rated rpm, 760 000 L
(200 000 gal) of Fuel for 2100
rated rpm
Cylinder Head, Connecting Rods, Pistons, Cylinder
Liners, Turbocharger, Oil Pump, Spacer Plate, Fuel
Ratio Control, Cam Followers, Fuel Transfer
Pump, and Timing Advance – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Piston Rings, Main Bearings, Rod Bearings, Valve
Rotators, and Crankshaft Seals – Install new
Fuel Nozzles – Test
Fuel Injection Pump – Test
Crankshaft, Camshaft, Cam Bearings, Damper,
Governor – Inspect
Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain

Fuel amounts are based on an average fuel


consumption of 76.29 liters/hour (20.13 gallons/
hour) for each maintenance interval. The liter
quantity will not directly convert to the gallon
quantity for the number of hours.

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3508 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 89 000 L (23 500 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect Every 178 000 L (47 000 gal) of Fuel or
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 267 000 L (70 500 gal) of Fuel or
Every 4550 L (1200 gal) of Fuel or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) –
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Add Extender

Every 11 350 L (3000 gal) of Fuel or Every 356 000 L (94 000 gal) of Fuel or
125 Hours* 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 22 700 L (6000 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 224 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (59 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 425 L (112 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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3508 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) continued


Every 535 000 L (141 000 gal) of Fuel Piston Rings – Install New
or 6000 Hours* Main Bearings – Install New
Rod Bearings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Crankshaft Seals – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Crankshaft – Inspect
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train – Inspect
necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Thrust Washers – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
necessary Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain
Top End Every 976 000 L (257 500 gal) PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
of Fuel or 11 000 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 1 952 000 L


(515 000 gal) of Fuel or 22 000 Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/
Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary

15
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 109 000 L (28 800 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect Every 218 000 L (57 600 gal) of Fuel or
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 327 500 L (86 400 gal) of Fuel or
Every 5450 L (1440 gal) of Fuel or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 13 600 L (3600 gal) of Fuel or Every 436 000 L (115 200 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 27 200 L (7200 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 224 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (59 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 425 L (112 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belt – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water & sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1300 to 1600 rpm) continued


Every 654 000 L (172 800 gal) of Fuel Piston Rings – Install New
or 6000 Hours* Main Bearings – Install New
Rod Bearings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Crankshaft Seals – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Crankshaft – Inspect
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train – Inspect
necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Thrust Washers – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
necessary Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain
Top End Every 976 000 L (257 500 gal) PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
of Fuel or 9000 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 1 952 000 L


(515 000 gal) of Fuel or 18 000 Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary

17
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 128 500 L (34 000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Daily Crankcase Breather – Clean
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level Every 257 000 L (68 000 gal) of Fuel or
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element
Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 386 500 L (102 000 gal) of Fuel
Every 6400 L (1650 gal) of Fuel or or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 16 000 L (4250 gal) of Fuel or Every 514 000 L (136 000 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 32 000 L (8500 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 224 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (59 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 425 L (112 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water & sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3508/3508B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) continued


Every 771 000 L (204 000 gal) of Fuel Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
or 6000 Hours* Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill necessary
Thermostats – Replace Piston Rings – Install New
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Main Bearings – Install New
necessary Rod Bearings – Install New
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Crankshaft Seals – Install New
necessary Crankshaft – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Damper – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train – Inspect
necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Thrust Washers – Inspect
Top End Every 976 000 L (257 500 gal) Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
of Fuel or 7500 Hours* Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange Coolant Analysis – Obtain
Injectors – Replace PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End
* First perform previous service hour items.
OVERHAUL Every 1 952 000 L
(515 000 gal) of Fuel or 15 000 Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/
Rebuild or Exchange if necessary

19
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 133 500 L (35 000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Daily Crankcase Breather – Clean
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level Every 267 000 L (70 000 gal) of Fuel or
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element
Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 398 000 L (105 000 gal) of Fuel
Every 6670 L (1760 gal) of Fuel or or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 16 700 L (4400 gal) of Fuel or Every 534 000 L (140 000 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 33 400 L (8800 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 300 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (81 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 600 L (162 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) continued


Every 796 000 L (210 000 gal) of Fuel Piston Rings – Install New
or 6000 Hours* Main Bearings – Install New
Rod Bearings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Crankshaft Seals – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Crankshaft – Inspect
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train – Inspect
necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Thrust Washers – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
necessary Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain
Top End Every 1 460 000 L PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
(385 000 gal) of Fuel or 11 000 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 2 920 000 L


(770 000 gal) of Fuel or 22 000 Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary

21
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 164 000 L (43 200 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris
Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Every 328 000 L (86 400 gal) of Fuel or
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 491 000 L (129 600 gal) of Fuel
Every 8200 L (2160 gal) of Fuel or or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 20 500 L (5400 gal) of Fuel or Every 654 000 L (172 800 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 41 000 L (10 800 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 300 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (81 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 600 L (162 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

22
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm) continued


Every 982 000 L (259 200 gal) of Fuel Piston Rings – Install New
or 6000 Hours* Main Bearings – Install New
Rod Bearings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Crankshaft Seals – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Crankshaft – Inspect
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train – Inspect
necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Thrust Washers – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
necessary Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
Coolant Analysis – Obtain
Top End Every 1 460 000 L PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
(385 000 gal) of Fuel or 9000 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 2 920 000 L


(770 000 gal) of Fuel or 18 000 Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary

23
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 194 000 L (51 200 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris
Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Every 388 000 L (102 400 gal) of Fuel
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level or 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 582 000 L (153 600 gal) of Fuel
Every 9700 L (2560 gal) of Fuel or or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 24 250 L (6400 gal) of Fuel or Every 776 000 L (204 800 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 48 500 L (12 800 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 300 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (81 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 600 L (162 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3512/3512B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) continued


Every 1 164 000 L (307 200 gal) of Fuel Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or 6000 Hours* or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Thermostats – Replace Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
necessary Piston Rings – Install New
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Main Bearings – Install New
necessary Rod Bearings – Install New
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Crankshaft Seals – Install New
necessary Crankshaft – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Camshaft – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Gear Train – Inspect
Top End Every 1 460 000 L Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
(385 000 gal) of Fuel or 7500 Hours* Thrust Washers – Inspect
Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Injectors – Replace Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End Coolant Analysis – Obtain
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
OVERHAUL Every 2 920 000 L
(770 000 gal) of Fuel or 15 000 Hours* * First perform previous service hour items.

All Top End Items


Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary

25
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 176 000 L (46 500 gal)
whichever occurs first. of Fuel or 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris
Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Leaks and Loose Connections – Check engine
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Every 352 000 L (93 000 gal) of Fuel or
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level 2000 Hours*
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Air Tank – Drain water Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Damper – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings Every 528 700 L (139 500 gal) of Fuel
or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
Every 8800 L (2300 gal) of Fuel or Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
50 Hours* Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Extender
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval
Every 704 000 L (186 000 gal) of Fuel
Every 22 000 L (5800 gal) of Fuel or or 4000 Hours*
125 Hours* Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch – Check/Adjust Exchange if necessary
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Every 44 000 L (11 600 gal) of Fuel or
250 Hours* * First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** – ** For larger optional sump capacity of 400 L
Obtain (l06 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace larger optional sump capacity of 830 L (219 gal),
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level correct oil change interval for your specific
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust engine.
Fuel Tank – Drain water & sediment
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516 Marine Engines (rated up to 1300 rpm) continued


Every 1 056 000 L (279 000 gal) of Fuel Main Bearings – Install New
or 6000 Hours* Rod Bearings – Install New
Crankshaft Seals – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Crankshaft – Inspect
Thermostats – Replace Camshaft – Inspect
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Cam Bearings – Inspect
necessary Damper – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
necessary Gear Train – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
necessary Thrust Washers – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
necessary Coolant Analysis – Obtain
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
Top End Every 1 942 000 L
(512 500 gal) of Fuel or 11 000 Hours* * First perform previous service hour items.
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 3 844 000 L


(1 025 000 gal) of Fuel or 22 000
Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Piston Rings – Install New

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 212 000 L (56 000 gal) of Fuel or
whichever occurs first. 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect Every 424 000 L (112 000 gal) of Fuel
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level or 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 636 700 L (68 000 gal) of Fuel or
Every 10 600 L (2800 gal) of Fuel or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 26 500 L (7000 gal) of Fuel or Every 848 000 L (168 000 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 53 000 L (14 000 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 400 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (l06 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 830 L (219 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1301 to 1600 rpm) continued


Every 1 272 000 L (336 000 gal) of Fuel Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
or 6000 Hours* necessary
Piston Rings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Main Bearings – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Rod Bearings – Install New
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Crankshaft Seals – Install New
necessary Crankshaft – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Gear Train – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Thrust Washers – Inspect
necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Top End Every 1 942 000 L Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
(512 500 gal) of Fuel or 9000 Hours* Coolant Analysis – Obtain
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace * First perform previous service hour items.
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 3 884 000 L


(1 025 000 gal) of Fuel or 18 000
Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 258 000 L (68 000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 1000 Hours*
When Required Engine Protective Devices – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filters – Replace
Used Filter Inspection – Inspect for debris
Primary Fuel Filter – Clean
Crankcase Breather – Clean
Daily Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Replace
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Marine Gear Strainer and Breather – Clean
for leaks and loose connections Marine Gear Output Shaft Seal – Lubricate
Engine Crankcase – Check oil level Governor Air Actuator (if equipped) – Lubricate
Cooling System – Check coolant level
Belts/Hoses – Check/Inspect
Marine Transmission Oil – Check level
Every 516 000 L (136 000 gal) of Fuel
Air Starter Lubricator (if equipped) – Check level or 2000 Hours*
Air Tank – Drain water Valve Lash/Bridge Adjustment – Check/Adjust
Engine Air Cleaner – Check/Replace element Turbochargers – Inspect/Check
Engine Oil Filter Differential Pressure – Check Engine Mounts – Inspect/Check
Engine Fuel Filter Differential Pressure – Check Damper – Inspect/Check
Driven Equipment – Inspect/Check/Lubricate
Daily Engine Log Sheet – Daily recordings
Every 773 000 L (204 000 gal) of Fuel
Every 12 900 L (3400 gal) of Fuel or or 3000 Hours or 2 Years*
50 Hours* Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Antifreeze Only) – Drain/Flush/Fill
Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Change oil on new/ Cooling System (Engines Using LLCA Only) – Add
rebuilt at first 50 hrs. only, then at normal interval Extender

Every 32 250 L (8500 gal) of Fuel or Every 1 032 000 L (272 000 gal) of Fuel
125 Hours* or 4000 Hours*
Clutch – Check/Adjust Air Compressor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Clutch Bearing – Lubricate Exchange if necessary
Electric Starter – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
Every 64 500 L (17 000 gal) of Fuel or necessary
250 Hours*
* First perform previous service hour items.
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Obtain ** For larger optional sump capacity of 400 L
Engine Oil and Filters** – Replace (106 gal), these items occur at 500 hours. For
Cooling System (Engines Using Standard Type larger optional sump capacity of 830 L (219 gal),
Antifreeze Only) – Add conditioner these items occur at 1000 hours. Refer to the
Batteries – Clean/Inspect/Check electrolyte level Operation and Maintenance Manual for the
Alternator Belts – Inspect/Check/Adjust correct oil change interval for your specific
Fuel Tank – Drain water and sediment engine.
Initial Valve Lash/Bridge, and Injector Timing –
Check/Adjust (at first oil change only)

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3516/3516B Marine Engines (rated 1601 to 1800 rpm) continued


Every 1 548 000 L (408 000 gal) of Fuel Oil Pumps – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
or 6000 Hours* necessary
Piston Rings – Install New
Cooling System – Drain/Flush/Fill Main Bearings – Install New
Thermostats – Replace Rod Bearings – Install New
Turbochargers – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Crankshaft Seals – Install New
necessary Crankshaft – Inspect
Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Camshaft – Inspect
necessary Cam Bearings – Inspect
Sea Water Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Damper – Inspect
necessary Fuel System Linkage (if equipped) – Inspect
Air Starter (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or Gear Train – Inspect
Exchange if necessary Gear Train Bushings/Bearings – Inspect
Alternator – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if Thrust Washers – Inspect
necessary Driven Unit Alignment – Inspect
Oil Cooler – Clean/Test
Top End Every 1 942 000 L Aftercooler Core – Clean/Test
(512 500 gal) of Fuel or 7500 Hours* Coolant Analysis – Obtain
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Overhaul
Cylinder Head Assembly – Rebuild or Exchange
Injectors – Replace * First perform previous service hour items.
PAR Analysis – Obtain after Top End

OVERHAUL Every 3 884 000 L


(1 025 000 gal) of Fuel or 15 000
Hours*
All Top End Items
Connecting Rods – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Cylinder Liners – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Pistons – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary
Piston Wrist Pins – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Spacer Plate – Inspect/Exchange if necessary
Cam Follower Lifters – Inspect/Exchange if
necessary
Fuel Transfer Pump – Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if
necessary
Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild or
Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Governor (if equipped) – Inspect/Rebuild
or Exchange if necessary
Mechanical Fuel Ratio Control (if equipped) –
Inspect/Rebuild or Exchange if necessary

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3606 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 568 000 L (150 000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 2000 Hours*
Daily Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Injector Synchronization – Check/Adjust
for leaks and loose connections
Engine Oil, Engine Coolant, Marine Gear Oil***, Every 853 000 L (225 000 gal) of Fuel
Air Starter Lubricator Oil, Air Prelube Pump or 3000 Hours
Lubricator Oil, and Woodward EGB29P Actuator
Oil (if equipped) – Check level Cooling System – Clean/Flush
Air Filter Differential Pressure, Oil Filter Differential
Pressure, Fuel Filter Differential Pressure, and Every 1 705 000 L (450 000 gal) of Fuel
Driven Equipment – Check or 6000 Hours or Yearly*
Air Tank – Drain water and sediment
Fuel Tank (Day Tank if equipped) – Drain water and Water Temperature Regulators – Replace
sediment Oil Temperature Regulators – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain
Every 14 200 L (3700 gal) of Fuel or
50 Hours* Every 2 130 000 L (562 500 gal) of Fuel
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace or 7500 Hours or Yearly*
Sea Water Pump – Rebuild or Exchange
Every 71 000 L (18 750 gal) of Fuel or Water Pump Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Seals,
250 Hours* Crankshaft Seals, Prelube Pump Brushes, Exhaust
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** – Shield, and Damper for Leakage – Inspect/Replace
Obtain Woodward EGB29P Actuator Oil (if equipped) –
Cooling System – Test/Add supplemental coolant Replace
additive (conditioner) if necessary Woodward EGB29P Actuator Operation (if
equipped) – Check for proper operation (reference
Every 284 000 L (75 000 gal) of Fuel or SEBD9122)
1000 Hours*
Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and TOP END OVERHAUL 5 500 000 L
Injector Synchronization (at initial 1000 hours (1 500 000 gal) of Fuel or 20 000 Hours
only), Shutoff Controls and Alarms, 3161 Governor
Remanufacture or Rebuild:
Oil Level (if equipped), Centrifugal Oil Filter
Bearing, Exhaust System Leaks, and Air Filter Cylinder Heads, Unit Injectors, Cylinder Head Intake
Restriction – Inspect/Check and Exhaust Inserts, Cylinder Head Inner and
Oil Filters, Fuel Filters, Marine Gear Oil and Outer Valve Springs, Cylinder Head Valve Spring
Filter – Replace Guides, Cylinder Head Valve Locks, Cylinder
Crankcase Breather System – Clean Head Valve Rotocoils, Cylinder Head Intake
Centrifugal Oil Filters – Clean Valves, Cylinder Head Exhaust Valves, Cylinder
Manual Barring Device – Lubricate Head Dowels, Grind Valves and Seats (if not
Electric Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Lubricate replaced), and Lap Valves and Seats (for full face
Fuel Control Linkage – Lubricate contact)
Fuel Sample – Obtain
Coolant Sample – Obtain
Primary Fuel Filters – Drain water
Flywheel Ring Gear – Lubricate with MPGM

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3606 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


Replace: Inspect/Replace:
Cylinder Head Gaskets, Seals, O-Ring Seals and Pistons, Piston Rods, Cylinder Liners, Crankshaft,
Plugs, Turbocharger Bearings, Bushings and Camshafts, Valve Mechanism Group, Front Gear
Seals, Oil Pump Bushings and Seals, Fuel Transfer Group, Rear Gear Group, Exhaust Manifolds,
Pump Seals, Oil Cooler Seals and Regulators, Shutoff Controls and Alarms, and Priority Valve
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Replace Gaskets and Seals:
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Exhaust
Manifold Gaskets, Thermocouples (if equipped), Crankcase Side Cover Group, Central Structure
Water Pump Bearing and Seals, Exhaust Shields, Cover Group, Camshaft Front Cover Group,
and Valve Lubricator Pump Camshaft Drive Gear Cover Group, Front Housing
Group, Gear Inspection Group, Rear Housing
Clean and Inspect:
Group, Rear Structure Cover Group, Power
Oil Cooler Core Take-Off Cover Group, Priority Valve Group,
Crankshaft, Valve Mechanism Cover Group, Oil
Inspect/Replace:
Lines, All Water Lines, Oil Cooler, and Vibration
Starter Brushes, Thrust Bearings (except crankshaft), Damper and Fuel Lines
Water Pump Idler Gear Bearings, and Camshaft
Idler Gear Bearings * First perform previous service hour items.
** Scheduled Oil Sampling or Oil Analysis
OVERHAUL Every 11 000 000 L (including infrared analysis) should be the
(3 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 40 000 Hours determining factor for oil change intervals.
Rebuild: *** See specifications of marine gear manufacturer
Vibration Damper Bearings and Fluid, Centrifugal for other maintenance.
Filter Bearings, Starters, Cylinder Head and
Woodward Actuator
Replace:
Piston Rings, Connecting Rod Bearings, Main
Bearings, Camshaft Bearings, Rocker Arm
Bearings, Injectors, Aftercooler Core, Accessory
Group Bearings, Front and Rear Gear Train
Bearings, Cylinder Head Valves and Valve Guides,
Exhaust Manifold Seals and Bellows, Exhaust
Shields, Intake Air Lines Seals, Inlet and Outlet
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Fuel Rack
Bearings, 3161 Governor, and Cylinder Head
Valve Spring Guides
Clean and Inspect:
Oil Cooler
Clean:
Lube Oil Suction Screen

33
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3608 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 750 000 L (200 000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 2000 Hours*
Daily Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Injector Synchronization – Check/Adjust
for leaks and loose connections
Engine Oil, Engine Coolant, Marine Gear Oiling*** Every 1 137 000 L (300 000 gal) of Fuel
Air Starter Lubricator Oil, Air Prelube Pump or 3000 Hours*
Lubricator Oil, and Woodward EGB29P Actuator
Cooling System – Clean/Flush
Oil (if equipped) – Check level
Air Filter Differential Pressure, Oil Filter Differential
Pressure, Fuel Filter Differential Pressure, and Every 2 274 000 L (600 000 gal) of Fuel
Driven Equipment – Check or 6000 Hours or Yearly*
Air Tank – Drain water and sediment
Water Temperature Regulators – Replace
Fuel Tank (Day Tank if equipped) – Drain water and
Oil Temperature Regulators – Replace
sediment
PAR Analysis – Obtain
Every 38 000 L (10 000 gal) of Fuel or
50 Hours* Every 2 800 000 L (750 000 gal) of Fuel
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace
or 7500 Hours or Yearly*
Sea Water Pump – Rebuild or Exchange
Every 94 000 L (25 000 gal) of Fuel or Water Pump Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Seals,
250 Hours* Crankshaft Seals, Prelube Pump Brushes, Exhaust
Shield, and Damper for Leakage – Inspect/Replace
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** –
Woodward EGB29P Actuator Oil (if equipped) –
Obtain
Replace
Cooling System – Test/Add supplemental coolant
Woodward EGB29P Actuator Operation (if
additive (conditioner) if necessary
equipped) – Check for proper operation (reference
Every 375 000 L (100 000 gal) of Fuel SEBD9122)
or 1000 Hours*
TOP END OVERHAUL 7 500 000 L
Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and
Injector Synchronization (at initial 1000 hours
(2 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 20 000 Hours
only), Shutoff Controls and Alarms, 3161 Remanufacture or Rebuild:
Governor Oil Level (if equipped), Centrifugal Oil
Cylinder Heads, Unit Injectors, Cylinder Head
Filter Bearing, Exhaust System Leaks, and Air
Intake and Exhaust Inserts, Cylinder Head Inner
Filter Restriction – Inspect/Check
and Outer Valve Springs, Cylinder Head Valve
Oil Filters, Fuel Filters, Marine Gear – Replace
Spring Guides, Cylinder Head Valve Locks,
Crankcase Breather System – Clean
Cylinder Head Valve Rotocoils, Cylinder Head
Centrifugal Oil Filters – Clean
Intake Valves, Cylinder Head Exhaust Valves,
Manual Barring Device – Lubricate
Cylinder Head Dowels, Grind Valves and Seats
Electric Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Lubricate
(if not replaced), and Lap Valves and Seats
Fuel Control Linkage – Lubricate
(for full face contact)
Fuel Sample – Obtain
Coolant Sample – Obtain
Primary Fuel Filters – Drain water
Flywheel Ring Gear – Lubricate with MPGM

34
MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3608 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


Replace: Inspect/Replace:
Cylinder Head Gaskets, Seals, O-Ring Seals and Pistons, Piston Rods, Cylinder Liners, Crankshaft,
Plugs, Turbocharger Bearings, Bushings and Camshafts, Valve Mechanism Group, Front Gear
Seals, Oil Pump Bushings and Seals, Fuel Transfer Group, Rear Gear Group, Exhaust Manifolds,
Pump Seals, Oil Cooler Seals and Regulators, Shutoff Controls and Alarms, and Priority Valve
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Replace Gaskets and Seals:
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Exhaust
Manifold Gaskets, Thermocouples (if equipped), Crankcase Side Cover Group, Central Structure
Water Pump Bearing and Seals, Exhaust Shields, Cover Group, Camshaft Front Cover Group,
and Valve Lubricator Pump Camshaft Drive Gear Cover Group, Front Housing
Group, Gear Inspection Group, Rear Housing
Clean and Inspect:
Group, Rear Structure Cover Group, Power Take-
Oil Cooler Core Off Cover Group, Priority Valve Group,
Crankshaft, Valve Mechanism Cover Group, Oil
Inspect/Replace:
Lines, All Water Lines, Oil Cooler, and Vibration
Starter Brushes, Thrust Bearings (except Crankshaft), Damper and Fuel Lines
Water Pump Idler Gear Bearings, and Camshaft
Idler Gear Bearings * First perform previous service hour items.
** Scheduled Oil Sampling or Oil Analysis
OVERHAUL Every 15 000 000 L (including infrared analysis) should be the
(4 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 40 000 Hours determining factor for oil change intervals.
Rebuild: *** See specifications of marine gear manufacturer
Vibration Damper Bearings and Fluid, Centrifugal for other maintenance.
Filter Bearings, Starters, Cylinder Head, and
Woodward Actuator
Replace:
Piston Rings, Connecting Rod Bearings, Main
Bearings, Camshaft Bearings, Rocker Arm
Bearings, Injectors, Aftercooler Core, Accessory
Group Bearings, Front and Rear Gear Train
Bearings, Cylinder Head Valves and Valve Guides,
Exhaust Manifold Seals and Bellows, Exhaust
Shields, Intake Air Lines Seals, Inlet and Outlet
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Fuel Rack
Bearings, 3161 Governor, and Cylinder Head
Valve Spring Guides
Clean and Inspect:
Oil Cooler
Clean:
Lube Oil Suction Screen

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3612 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 1 136 000 L (300 000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 2000 Hours*
Daily Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Injector Synchronization – Check/Adjust
for leaks and loose connections
Engine Oil, Engine Coolant, Marine Gear Oil***, Air Every 1 705 500 L (450 000 gal) of Fuel
Starter Lubricator Oil, Air Prelube Pump or 3000 Hours*
Lubricator Oil and Woodward EGB29P Actuator
Oil (if equipped) – Check level Cooling System – Clean/Flush
Air Filter Differential Pressure, Oil Filter Differential
Pressure, Fuel Filter Differential Pressure, and Every 3 411 000 L (900 000 gal) of Fuel
Driven Equipment – Check or 6000 Hours or Yearly
Air Tank – Drain water and sediment
Fuel Tank (Day Tank if equipped) – Drain water and Water Temperature Regulators – Replace
sediment Oil Temperature Regulators – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain
Every 28 400 L (7500 gal) of Fuel or
50 Hours* Every 4 260 000 L (1 125 000 gal) of
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Fuel or 7500 Hours or Yearly
Every 142 000 L (37 500 gal) of Fuel or Sea Water Pump – Rebuild or Exchange
Water Pump Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Seals,
250 Hours* Crankshaft Seals, Prelube Pump Brushes, Exhaust
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** – Shield, and Damper for Leakage – Inspect/Replace
Obtain Woodward EGB29P Actuator Oil (if equipped) –
Cooling System – Test/Add supplemental coolant Replace
additive (conditioner) if necessary Woodward EGB29P Actuator Operation (if
equipped) – Check for proper operation (reference
Every 568 000 L (150 000 gal) of Fuel SEBD9122)
or 1000 Hours*
Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and TOP END OVERHAUL 11 000 000 L
Injector Synchronization (at initial 1000 hours (3 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 20 000 Hours
only), Shutoff Controls and Alarms, 3161 Governor
Oil Level (if equipped), Centrifugal Oil Filter Remanufacture or Rebuild:
Bearing, Exhaust System Leaks, and Air Filter Cylinder Heads, Unit Injectors, Cylinder Head Intake
Restriction – Inspect/Check and Exhaust Inserts, Cylinder Head Inner and
Oil Filters, Fuel Filters, Marine Gear Oil and Filter – Outer Valve Springs, Cylinder Head Valve Spring
Replace Guides, Cylinder Head Valve Locks, Cylinder Head
Crankcase Breather System – Clean
Valve Rotocoils, Cylinder Head Intake Valves,
Centrifugal Oil Filters – Clean
Cylinder Head Exhaust Valves, Cylinder Head
Manual Barring Device – Lubricate
Dowels, Grind Valves and Seats (if not replaced),
Electric Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Lubricate
Fuel Control Linkage – Lubricate and Lap Valves and Seats (for full face contact)
Fuel Sample – Obtain
Coolant Sample – Obtain
Primary Fuel Filters – Drain water
Flywheel Ring Gear – Lubricate with MPGM

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3612 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


Replace: Inspect/Replace:
Cylinder Head Gaskets, Seals, O-Ring Seals and Pistons, Piston Rods, Cylinder Liners, Crankshaft,
Plugs, Turbocharger Bearings, Bushings and Seals, Camshafts, Valve Mechanism Group, Front Gear
Oil Pump Bushings and Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Group, Rear Gear Group, Exhaust Manifolds,
Seals, Oil Cooler Seals and Regulators, Water Shutoff Controls and Alarms, and Priority Valve
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil Temperature
Replace Gaskets and Seals:
Regulators and Seals, Exhaust Manifold Gaskets,
Thermocouples (if equipped), Water Pump Bearing Crankcase Side Cover Group, Central Structure
and Seals, Exhaust Shields, and Valve Lubricator Cover Group, Camshaft Front Cover Group,
Pump Camshaft Drive Gear Cover Group, Front Housing
Group, Gear Inspection Group, Rear Housing
Clean and Inspect:
Group, Rear Structure Cover Group, Power
Oil Cooler Core Take-Off Cover Group, Priority Valve Group,
Crankshaft, Valve Mechanism Cover Group, Oil
Inspect/Replace:
Lines, All Water Lines, Oil Cooler, and Vibration
Starter Brushes, Thrust Bearings (except Crankshaft), Damper and Fuel Lines
Water Pump Idler Gear Bearings, and Camshaft
Idler Gear Bearings * First perform previous service hour items.
** Scheduled Oil Sampling or Oil Analysis
OVERHAUL Every 23 000 000 L (including infrared analysis) should be the
(6 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 40 000 Hours determining factor for oil change intervals.
Rebuild: *** See specifications of marine gear manufacturer
Vibration Damper Bearings and Fluid, Centrifugal for other maintenance.
Filter Bearings, Starters, Cylinder Head, and
Woodward Actuator
Replace:
Piston Rings, Connecting Rod Bearings, Main
Bearings, Camshaft Bearings, Rocker Arm
Bearings, Injectors, Aftercooler Core, Accessory
Group Bearings, Front and Rear Gear Train
Bearings, Cylinder Head Valves and Valve Guides,
Exhaust Manifold Seals and Bellows, Exhaust
Shields, Intake Air Lines Seals, Inlet and Outlet
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Fuel Rack
Bearings, 3161 Governor, and Cylinder Head Valve
Spring Guides
Clean and Inspect:
Oil Cooler
Clean:
Lube Oil Suction Screen

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3616 Marine Engines (all rated rpms)


Use fuel consumption, service hours, or time interval, Every 1 520 000 L (400 000 gal) of Fuel
whichever occurs first. or 2000 Hours*
Daily Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and
Walk-Around Inspection – Inspect engine Injector Synchronization – Check/Adjust
for leaks and loose connections
Engine Oil, Engine Coolant, Marine Gear Oil***, Air Every 2 274 000 L (400 000 gal) of Fuel
Starter Lubricator Oil, Air Prelube Pump or 3000 Hours*
Lubricator Oil, and Woodward EGB29P Actuator
Oil (if equipped) – Check level Cooling System – Clean/Flush
Air Filter Differential Pressure, Oil Filter Differential
Pressure, Fuel Filter Differential Pressure, and Every 4 548 000 L (1 200 000 gal) of
Driven Equipment – Check Fuel or 6000 Hours or Yearly*
Air Tank – Drain water and sediment
Fuel Tank (Day Tank if equipped) – Drain water and Water Temperature Regulators – Replace
sediment Oil Temperature Regulators – Replace
PAR Analysis – Obtain
Every 37 900 L (10 000 gal) of Fuel or
50 Hours* Every 5 700 000 L (1 500 000 gal) of
Zinc Rods – Inspect/Replace Fuel or 7500 Hours or Yearly*
Every 190 000 L (50 000 gal) of Fuel or Sea Water Pump – Rebuild or Exchange
Water Pump Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Seals,
250 Hours*
Crankshaft Seals, Prelube Pump Brushes, Exhaust
Scheduled Oil Sampling Analysis (S•O•S)** – Shield, and Damper for Leakage – Inspect/Replace
Obtain Woodward EGB29P Actuator Oil (if equipped) –
Cooling System – Test/Add supplemental coolant Replace
additive (conditioner) if necessary Woodward EGB29P Actuator Operation (if
equipped) – Check for proper operation
Every 760 000 L (200 000 gal) of Fuel (reference SEBD9122)
or 1000 Hours*
Valve Lash, Injector Timing, Valve Bridge, and TOP END OVERHAUL 15 000 000 L
Injector Synchronization (at Initial 1000 Hours (4 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 20 000 Hours
Only), Shutoff Controls and Alarms, 3161
Governor Oil Level (if equipped), Centrifugal Oil Remanufacture or Rebuild:
Filter Bearing, Exhaust System Leaks, and Air Cylinder Heads, Unit Injectors, Cylinder Head
Filter Restriction – Inspect/Check Intake and Exhaust Inserts, Cylinder Head Inner
Oil Filters, Fuel Filters, Marine Gear Oil and Filter –
and Outer Valve Springs, Cylinder Head Valve
Replace
Spring Guides, Cylinder Head Valve Locks,
Crankcase Breather System – Clean
Cylinder Head Valve Rotocoils, Cylinder Head
Centrifugal Oil Filters – Clean
Manual Barring Device – Lubricate Intake Valves, Cylinder Head Exhaust Valves,
Electric Prelube Pump (if equipped) – Lubricate Cylinder Head Dowels, Grind Valves and Seats
Fuel Control Linkage – Lubricate (if not replaced), and Lap Valves and Seats
Fuel Sample – Obtain (for full face contact)
Coolant Sample – Obtain
Primary Fuel Filters – Drain water
Flywheel Ring Gear – Lubricate with MPGM

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MARINE ENGINE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES

3616 Marine Engines (all rated rpms) continued


Replace: Inspect/Replace:
Cylinder Head Gaskets, Seals, O-Ring Seals and Pistons, Piston Rods, Cylinder Liners, Crankshaft,
Plugs, Turbocharger Bearings, Bushings and Seals, Camshafts, Valve Mechanism Group, Front Gear
Oil Pump Bushings and Seals, Fuel Transfer Pump Group, Rear Gear Group, Exhaust Manifolds,
Seals, Oil Cooler Seals and Regulators, Water Shutoff Controls and Alarms, and Priority Valve
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil Temperature
Replace Gaskets and Seals:
Regulators and Seals, Exhaust Manifold Gaskets,
Thermocouples (if equipped), Water Pump Bearing Crankcase Side Cover Group, Central Structure
and Seals, Exhaust Shields, and Valve Lubricator Cover Group, Camshaft Front Cover Group,
Pump Camshaft Drive Gear Cover Group, Front Housing
Group, Gear Inspection Group, Rear Housing
Clean and Inspect:
Group, Rear Structure Cover Group, Power
Oil Cooler Core Take-Off Cover Group, Priority Valve Group,
Crankshaft, Valve Mechanism Cover Group, Oil
Inspect/Replace:
Lines, All Water Lines, Oil Cooler, and Vibration
Starter Brushes, Thrust Bearings (except crankshaft), Damper and Fuel Lines
Water Pump Idler Gear Bearings, and Camshaft
Idler Gear Bearings * First perform previous service hour items.
** Scheduled Oil Sampling or Oil Analysis
OVERHAUL Every 30 000 000 L (including infrared analysis) should be the
(8 000 000 gal) of Fuel or 40 000 Hours determining factor for oil change intervals.
Rebuild: *** See specifications of marine gear manufacturer
Vibration Damper Bearings and Fluid, Centrifugal for other maintenance.
Filter Bearings, Starters, Cylinder Head, and
Woodward Actuator
Replace:
Piston Rings, Connecting Rod Bearings, Main
Bearings, Camshaft Bearings, Rocker Arm
Bearings, Injectors, Aftercooler Core, Accessory
Group Bearings, Front and Rear Gear Train
Bearings, Cylinder Head Valves and Valve Guides,
Exhaust Manifold Seals and Bellows, Exhaust
Shields, Intake Air Lines Seals, Inlet and Outlet
Water Temperature Regulators and Seals, Oil
Temperature Regulators and Seals, Fuel Rack
Bearings, 3161 Governor, and Cylinder Head Valve
Spring Guides
Clean and Inspect:
Oil Cooler
Clean:
Lube Oil Suction Screen

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