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3905264 DISC-FRICTION-YM Caterpillar parts DISC
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA3905264
390-5264
3905264
Caterpillar 3905264 DISC-FRICTION-YM
Weight: 1 pounds 0 kg.

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Illustration 1 g01108632
Coolant Flow ( Engine Without Jacket Water Aftercooler) (1) Radiator (2) Pressure cap (3) Inlet line to radiator (4) Water Temperature Regulator (5) Cylinder head (6) Cylinder block (7) Inlet line to water pump (8) Water pump (9) Internal bypass line (shunt line) (10) Engine oil filter (11) Engine oil cooler (12) Elbow (13) Cylinder linerWater pump (8) is located on the left front side of the engine and the water pump is gear-driven by the timing gears. Coolant from the bottom of radiator (1) flows to the water pump inlet. The impeller rotation in water pump (8) pushes the coolant through the system. All the coolant from water pump (8) travels through engine oil cooler (11). Elbow (12) on the outlet side of engine oil cooler (11) connects to the side of cylinder block (6) .On engines with a torque converter oil cooler, a bonnet is mounted on engine oil cooler (11). This bonnet diverts the coolant through the second cooler, before the bonnet allows the coolant to enter cylinder block (6) .The coolant enters the cylinder block. Then, the coolant flows around cylinder liners (13), through the coolant directors, and into cylinder head (5). The coolant directors force the coolant flow around the valves and around the exhaust ports (passages) in the cylinder head. The coolant now flows to the front of the cylinder head. At the front of the cylinder head, water temperature regulator (4) controls the direction of the coolant flow. If the coolant temperature is lower than the regular setting, the water temperature regulator (4) is closed. The coolant must pass through internal bypass (9) to the water pump. When the coolant reaches the regular temperature settings, water temperature regulator (4) opens. Most of the coolant flows through radiator inlet line (3) to the radiator, although some coolant still passes through internal bypass (9).
Illustration 2 g01108648
Coolant Flow ( Engine With Jacket Water Aftercooler) (1) Radiator (2) Pressure cap (3) Inlet line to radiator (7) Inlet line to water pump (8) Water pump (9) Internal bypass line (shunt line) (11) Engine oil cooler (12) Jacket Water Aftercooler (13) Aftercooler inlet line (14) Return line from aftercooler (15) BonnetWater pump (8) is located on the left front side of the engine and the water pump is gear-driven by the timing gears. Coolant from the bottom of radiator (1) flows to the water pump inlet. The impeller rotation in water pump (8) pushes the coolant through the system. The coolant flow from the water pump (8) is divided. A portion of coolant flows through the engine oil cooler (11). Bonnet (15) connects to the side of the cylinder block.Engines with an auxiliary oil cooler use a different bonnet. This bonnet sends the coolant flow through the auxiliary cooler. The auxiliary oil coolant is for attachments.The coolant flows through one side into the auxiliary oil cooler. At the bottom of the auxiliary oil cooler, the flow turns. The flow turns back through the other side, and into


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