3.6. Lubrication system
Fig. 3.17. Lubrication system
The scheme of the lubrication system is shown in fig. 3.17
Oil from the oil pump moves under pressure in a full-line oil filter. The filter is located directly under the oil pump and fastens by means of cranked connection which facilitates its replacement.
From the filter oil via the channel cast in intermediate sections of the block of cylinders under pressure arrives to radical bearings. Then via the channels drilled in cranked to a shaft, oil under pressure arrives to the lower heads of rods.
The camshaft and hydraulic pushers of valves are greased through the channel drilled in a forward left part of the block of the engine.
The channel proceeds in a head of cylinders and comes to the lower plane of its top section. From here it proceeds to the bearing of the left camshaft and a pusher (the inlet party).
Bearings and pushers of the right camshaft (the final party) it is oiled via the channel cast across a forward edge of the top section of a head of cylinders.
From a head of cylinders and bearings of a bent shaft oil comes back to an oil case.