TABLE II. Classification of defects - Continued.
Fuel lines: damaged, rubbing, improper support.
Oil dipstick gage: missing.
Oil level: overfilled, below safe operating level.
Bolt on components loose; nuts or bolts missing, heads
rounded or deformed.
Threaded holes: incorrect size, improper depth.
Identification, instruction, data, and name plates: missing
Painting: sags, runs, inadequate or improper coverage,
paint in threaded holes.
1/ SIE = Standard Inspection Equipment.
TABLE III. Classification of tests.
4.3.3 First article inspection failure. Failure of any first article sample to pass specified
examinations or tests shall be cause for rejection.
4.4 Conformance inspection. Conformance inspections are classified as acceptance tests.
126.96.36.199 Lot formation. An inspection lot shall consist of all the diesel engines from an
identifiable production period, from one manufacturer, submitted at one time for acceptance.
188.8.131.52 Sampling. Samples for conformance inspection shall be selected in accordance
with general inspection level II of ANSI Z1.4.
184.108.40.206 Examination. For examination purposes, defects shall be classified as listed in
4.4.2 Acceptance tests (100 percent inspection). Each engine assembly shall be subjected
to examination for major defects 110 through 113, 117 through 120, and 123 listed in table II and
the tests specified in table III.
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