MAINTENANCE OF THE M88A1 - OD1672 - LESSON 2/TASK 1
(2) Engine Cooling Fan Shroud.
The top of the engine itself is
shrouded (figure 10, view A) to enable the hot air drawn from around the
engine by the cooling fans to be discharged vertically through the engine
compartment top deck exhaust doors and deflector (11 through 15) (figure 9
on the previous page).
FAN SHROUD, FANS, AND SEAL.
The shroud is constructed with a cavity to accommodate two engine cooling
fans. A seal (figure 10, view B) surrounds the top perimeter of the shroud
to prevent the heat, drawn from around