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Section IV.OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE TRUCK
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Operator's Checklist
CHAPTER 3
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I.
SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
19. Special Tools
20. Equipment
The items of equipment supplied with this
There are no special tools necessary for the
truck are listed in the basic issue item list (app.
operation or first-echelon maintenance of this
truck.
II).
LUBRICATION
Section II.
22. Operator Responsibilities
21. General
The operator will be alert to detect signs of
The lubrication of this truck is the respon-
vehicle malfunctioning from lack of lubrica-
sibility of the using organization and will be
tion. He will report these conditions immedi-
performed by second-echelon personnel.
ately to the proper authority.
Section Ill.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
b. The intervals for performing these daily
23. General
a. Preventive maintenance is defined as the
and weekly preventive maintenance services
are as follows:
systematic care, inspection, and servicing of
equipment to maintain it in serviceable condi-
B-Before operation
tion, to prevent breakdowns, and to assure
D-During operation
maximum operational capability.
A-After operation
b. The services described in this section are
c. The preventive maintenance services have
those which must be performed by the operator
been fully described on the checklist. When-
at regular, intervals. The operator may be
ever additional information about the specific
assisted by the organization mechanic in per-
component is available in the operator's man-
farming these services.
ual, the appropriate paragraph has been listed
in the reference column of the checklist.
24. Operator's Checklist
d. If the operator discovers a deficiency or
a. The operator's checklist prescribes both
shortcoming which he is not authorized to
the daily and the weekly services which will be
correct, he will report this condition immedi-
performed by the operator at the indicated
ately to the proper authority.
intervals.
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