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Waukesha* gas engines

VHP Packaging Guide


*
General packaging guidelines to help meet the best recommended practices for the application and
use of Waukesha VHP L5794GSI, L7042GSI S4, and L7044GSI engines

form 10026-2

* Trademark of General Electric Company


Chapter 22 Maintenance Considerations
Building ventilation is required to maintain a suitable temperature inside the building and
provide enough air to the intake ¿lters if they are mounted inside. Wherever they are mount-
ed there should be easy access to the ¿lters for maintenance purposes. The engine room
temperature should not exceed 65°C and the temperature to the intake ¿lters should be be-
low 38°C or the maximum engine output will be reduced. For these situations it is usually
bene¿cial to remotely mount the ¿lters or duct air from outside the building. Precautions
must be taken so that warm air is not recirculated into the intake. Common heat sources are
from engine exhaust, radiators or coolers, building ventilation and heat from generator fans.

Exhaust silencers are often mounted on top of coolers, buildings or support structures. The
building should be designed to support any auxiliary equipment that will be mounted on it.
Exhaust systems should be con¿gured so prevailing winds do not recirculate exhaust gases
back towards the engine and so the sound level and exhaust stack emissions meet local
regulations.

TYPICAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE


Table 22-2: Typical Service Schedule

Engine Model Top End Overhaul Hours Bottom End Overhaul Hours
L5794GSI 25,000 50,000
L7042GSI S4 32,000 64,000
L7044GSI 22,000 44,000

Table 22-3: Typical Maintenance Schedule

Bottom End Overhaul


Daily (or as required)

Top End Overhaul


12000 Hours
1500 Hours

3000 Hours

4000 Hours

8000 Hours
500 Hours

720 Hours

ITEM SERVICE
Air Cleaner Filter Element Check/Clean or Replace •
Pre-Lube Motor Lubricator (if equipped Check/Fill •
Cooling Systems Fluid Level (Jacket and Auxiliary) Check/Fill •
Crankcase Oil Level Check/Fill •
ESP Fault History (If active alarms) Review (Monthly)

Engine Oil Analysis

ESP Total Fault History Review (Monthly) •
Auxiliary Water Pump Lubricate •
Idler Pulley Bearings (both Jacket & Auxiliary
Pumps)
Lubricate

Spark Plugs Replace •
Ignition Coils Inspect, replace o-ring as needed •
Spark Plug Extensions Inspect, replace rubber boot and
o-ring as needed

Belts - JW & AW pumps, and alternator (if
equipped)
Check/adjust

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Bottom End Overhaul


Daily (or as required)

Top End Overhaul


12000 Hours
1500 Hours

3000 Hours

4000 Hours

8000 Hours
500 Hours

720 Hours
ITEM SERVICE
Crankcase Pressure Check per crankcase breather
system maintenance

Engine Oil and Filter* (3,000 hours for ISO Standar
or Continuous Duty with Extender Package,
Change Oil and Filter

Microspin, High Capacity Oil Pan w/o analysis)
Oil Cooler* (Oil Side) (Maintain with appropriate oil
change interval)
Drain

Oil Separator* (Microspin) (Maintain with
appropriate oil change interval)
Clean per lubrication system
maintenance

Magnetic Plugs (turbo & rocker arm) Clean per lubrication system
maintenance

Oxygen Sensors (with AFR2 or emPact options
only)
Replace**

Gas Regulator Filter Clean/Replace per fuel system
maintenance

Cooling Water Analysis Check

Engine Protection Devices Test and Calibrate**

Valve Clearance Adjust per valve adjustment
procedure and speci¿cation

Cylinder Compression (align w/ spark plug change) Check

Knock Sensors Inspect for dirt/grit, connector wear
and corrosion

Turbocharger Clean/Inspect per turbocharger
maintenance

Cooling System (Jacket and Auxiliary), if no
analysis program
Clean and Flush

Crankcase Oil Pickup Screen (low capacity oil pan
only)
Clean

Engine Mounting and Alignment Check

Exhaust Backpressure Check

Throttle Actuator Linkage Inspect, Lubricate, Test (as needed)

ESM (& emPact, if equipped) System Wiring Visually Inspect Wire Harnesses,
Secure Connections, Check Ground

Connections, Verify Incoming Power
is Within Speci¿cation
IPM-D Timing Disc/Pick-Up Clean/Inspect

Auxiliary Water/Coolant Hoses Inspect/Replace as necessary

Oil Pan Clean

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Bottom End Overhaul


Daily (or as required)

Top End Overhaul


12000 Hours
1500 Hours

3000 Hours

4000 Hours

8000 Hours
500 Hours

720 Hours
ITEM SERVICE
Intercooler (Air-Side) Clean/Inspect

Carburetor Air/Gas Valve Inspect/Replace as necessary

Carburetor Diaphragm Replace

Carburetor Gasket Replace

All belts (Engine) Inspect/Replace

Crankcase Pressure Relief Valves, if equipped Inspect

Crankcase Breather Element Replace

Breather Check Valve Clean/Inspect

Wastegate Rebuild

Catalyst (emPact options), if equipped Inspect, Clean (as needed)

Crankcase Pressure Regulator Valve Rebuild (replace diaphragm &
o-rings)

Cylinder Heads Rebuild

Crankshaft Inspect

Conn Rod Inspect/Replace

Bearing, Idler Pulley Replace

Plunger, Relief Valve Replace

Bushing, Oil Pump Gear Replace

Spring, Relief Valve Replace

Jacket Water Thermostat Replace

Rod Bearing Asm. Replace

Bearing, Gov. Rod End Replace

Spindle, Idler Gear Replace

Bearing, Idler Gear - Front Replace

Spindle, Oil Pump Gear Replace

Cylinder Liner Replace

Oil Pump Rebuild

Bushing, Piston Pin Replace

Auxiliary Water Pump Rebuild

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Bottom End Overhaul


Daily (or as required)

Top End Overhaul


12000 Hours
1500 Hours

3000 Hours

4000 Hours

8000 Hours
500 Hours

720 Hours
ITEM SERVICE
Bearing, Main Replace

Camshaft Bushing Replace

Bearing, Connecting Rod Replace

Auxiliary Water Thermostat Replace

Jacket Water Pump Rebuild

Push Rod Assembly Replace

Lube Oil Thermostat Replace

Tappet Asm, Valve Replace

Damper, Vibration Replace

Camshaft Inspect

Bearing, Idler Gear - Rear Replace

* Because of ongoing evaluation and continual updates to Waukesha’s oil recommendations, see the latest edition of Waukesha
Lube Oil Recommendations S1015-30 in Technical Data

** Local regulations may require more frequent maintenance

EMERGENCY SPARES
An emergency spares list is available upon request. Please contact application engineering
or local sales representative.

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