Return to the BUILD

“In endothermic engines, the oil vapour recovery tank is used to collect the vapours and, through condensation, return the oil in suspension to circulation.”





The Oil Vapour Tank

Step 1

Press the pin of the Tank Cover into the matching post inside the Tank Top, orienting it as shown:

Then, press the D-shaped pin of the Tank Cap into the matching hole at this location of the Tank Top, as shown:

Step 2

Fit the hole in the rounded tab of the Dipstick Unit onto this pin of the Oil Vapour Recovery Tank A, orienting it as shown:

Press fit the Oil Vapour Recovery Tank B to the Tank A, matching the pins to the posts together as shown:

Next, press the pin of the Cap into the hole of this matching recess in Oil Vapour Recovery Tank B, as shown:

Step 3

Finally, press the two pins of the smaller Tank assembly (from Step 1) into the matching holes of Tank B as shown.

These pins are different sizes, so this should only fit correctly one way:


After the last stage, it was wonderful to assembly something simple and yet interesting!

Next Up

 Stage 88 – Cables, Inverter/Cover, Three-Pole Box Covers, Bi-Pole Box Cover, Brackets