International HS 2.8L Engine Service Manual

International HS 2.8L Engine Service Manual
International HS 2.8L Service Manual PDF

This Service Manual has technical specifications necessary to a correct maintenance and repairing of the International HS 2.8L engines. As a strictly technical literature, it has been avoided the inclusion of theory concepts and basic definitions, due to this publication purpose. It is important to learn how to correctly operate, to maintain and to repair these engines, as well to know the issues that may cancel warranty due to a bad operation, unauthorized adaptations, unoriginal parts use or any other procedures that affect it way any. Following the instructions and specifications of this manual, the maintenance and repairing will be made in the most correct and safety way possible.

To attend the legislation, applicable environmental rules and other requirements that the Company has joined. To develop products and procedures to reduce environmental impacts and to avoid pollution. To apply an efficient administration system that promotes the continuous improvement to reach environmental objectives and targets. To promote, in the Company, the sense of individual responsibility in relation with the environment. To involve its suppliers and service suppliers in the development of habits which cooperate in the  preservation of the environment.

International HS 2.8L ENVIRONMENT

The environment preservation is a basic point in the managerial philosophy of INTERNATIONAL ENGINES SOUTH AMERICA LTDA. It has been approved a program of actuation that includes activities as natural resources conservation, elimination and residues recycling, water protection, noise reduction and acoustic isolation, air purity conservation and contaminants residues elimination.

All these subjects constitute the mark of a wide environment protection program, which is considered since the beginning of a new product project. The International HS 2.8L engine was released in the market and accomplishes without problems all these requirements. The systematical accomplishment of this philosophy can be appreciated especially in the main aspects, like disassembly easiness, less number of materials, usage of plastics of easy recycling.

It means, equally, that materials harmful to the environment are not used, like amianthus, cadmium and hydro-carbide fluor-chlorined. In the same field, gases and acoustics emissions reduction are considered, as well as the improvement of the active and passive safety. This environment protection program is not limited only to the production process, because it is extended to the complete cycle of useful life of the engine, considering also its wear after a long operation period.


  1. Do not change the original features of the engine.
  2. Do not smoke while filling fuel tank.
  3. Clean immediately all and any spilled fluid. Put the material used on cleaning in a safe position and discard according the Local Legislation.
  4. Do not fill, while engine is running, unless it is absolutely necessary.
  5. Never clean, lubricate or adjust an engine in operation.
  6. Do not adjust anything, if you do not know how to do it correctly.
  7. Do not operate the engine in closed rooms, because the exhaust gases are extremely “prejudicial” to the health.
  8. Do not allow people or animals to stay close to the engine, vehicle or equipment while in operation.
  9. Do not allow people with loose clothes or long and loose hair to stay close to the mobile parts.
  10. Stay away from the rotary parts. Remember that helices, for example, cannot be well seen while the engine is running.
  11. Do not remove radiator cap if the engine is still hot, because cooling water, under pressure, is extremely dangerous, and may spill and cause serious injuries.
  12. Do not use salty water or any other substance that can cause corrosion in the cooling system.
  13. Avoid sparks or fire near batteries, especially while they are charging, because they can cause explosions. The solution of the batteries could boil and its contact with the skin and eyes is dangerous.
  14. Disconnect battery terminals before doing any repair in the electric system.
  15. Seek medical assistance if diesel fuel, under high pressure, penetrates the skin.


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