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ENGINE OIL FILTERS
EXPECTED TEMPERATURES
Above +15F +40 to -15F +40 to -65F
INTERVALS
CAPACITY (Above -9C) (+4 to -26C) (+4 to -54C)
LUBRICANTS
C/M R -
GGP - Grease, Gen-
Condition
eral Purpose
ALL TEMPERATURES
Monitor
- Slides
OC - On
Condition
CW II B
CW II A
CW - Lubricating
(AOAP)
Oil, Chain,
Intervals
Wire Rope,
Exposed Gear
given are
- Side Shifter
in hours
Chain
of normal
GAA - Grease,
ALL TEMPERATURES
Automotive
operation.
and Artillery
*See Note 14 for lubricant specification number.
NOTES:
1 . ARMY OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM
2. FOR OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT IN
PROTRACTED COLD TEMPERATURES
(AOAP). For Active Army units, obtain
s a m p l e s from engine and automatic
BELOW -15F (-26C). Remove lubricants
transmission every 50 hours of operation
prescribed in Key for temperatures above
-15F (-26C). Relubricate with lubricants
o r 60 days (whichever comes first).
Reserve and National Guard activities
specified in Key for temperatures below
-15F (-26C). If OEA lubricant is required
will use 50 hours or 120 days as the
to meet the temperature ranges prescrib-
prescribed sample intervals. Reserve and
N a t i o n a l Guard equipment in frequent
ed in the Key, OEA lubricant is to be used
u s e during active training period will
in place of OE/HDO-10 lubricant for all
adhere to the schedule for Active Army
temperature ranges where OE/HDO-10 is
specified in the Key.
units. As a minimum, one sample from
e a c h units' two week active training
period will be submitted for each item of
3 . OIL CAN POINTS. Each 50 hours
equipment. Send these samples to the
l u b r i c a t e accelerator bellcrank, brake,
throttle and hydraulic valve linkages, pins
nearest AOAP laboratory. Refer to TB
43-0210 for sampling instructions. When
and clevises, and all exposed adjusting
or if AOAP laboratory support is
threads with OE/HDO.
unavailable, hard time intervals will app-
ly.
4. ENGINE OIL LEVEL HOT OR COLD
CHECK. Cold engine, oil level should be
NOTE
at high mark on dipstick. Hot engine, oil
l e v e l must be between high and low
Do not hold oil samples. Submit oil
marks on dipstick (allow to set 5 minutes
samples as soon as they have been
before checking).
taken.
5. ENGINE CRANKCASE. Oil is to be
changed each time an engine oil change
Seasonal oil changes will be made
is directed by AOAP laboratory. When
due to expected temperatures. (See
AOAP laboratory support is not available,
TA 219957
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