Series 50

Section 15.5 Ignition Boot

Section 15.5
Ignition Boot

The ignition boot can be removed from the ignition wire harness and is serviced separately. See Figure "Ignition boot" .‪

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1. Ignition Coil Pack (2)‪

3. Ignition Wire‪

2. Ignition Boot‪

Figure 1. Ignition boot

Section 15.5.1
Removal of Ignition Boot

Remove the ignition boot as follows:‪

Note: Replace the ignition boot if it is torn or softened by heat or oil from the spark plug well.

  1. Pull the ignition wire from the boot.
  2. Remove ignition boot from ignition wire, if necessary. Discard boot.
Section 15.5.1.1
Inspection of Ignition Boot

Inspect the ignition boot as follows:‪

  1. Visually check the ignition boot for softened rubber and oil.
    1. If damage is found, replace ignition boot as required and apply a light coat of dielectric grease to the inside of the ignition boot where it contacts the spark plug. Refer to "15.5.2 Installation of Ignition Boot" .
    2. If damage is not found, reuse ignition boot and apply a light coat of dielectric grease to the inside of the ignition boot where it contacts the spark plug. Refer to "15.5.2 Installation of Ignition Boot" .

Section 15.5.2
Installation of Ignition Boot

Install ignition boot as follows:‪

  1. Install a new ignition boot to the ignition wire. See Figure "Ignition Boot" .
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    1. Ignition Coil Pack (2)‪

    3. Ignition Wire‪

    2. Ignition Boot‪

    Figure 2. Ignition Boot

    Note: The new boot already has a light coating of dielectric grease inside of it.


Series 50 Service Manual - 6SE50
Generated on 10-13-2008

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