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CHAPTER 3 MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-10-3930-222-100021
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Operator's Checklist
Key :
B-Before-operation  service
D-During-operation  service
A-After-operation service
Interval
Interval
Item
Paragraph
Paragraph
Item
No. B
Procedure
DA
Procedure
reference
reference
No.
B  D
A
tinguisher and the over-
DAILY SERVICES
head guard, is mounted
1
--
FUEL and COOLANT.
properly on the truck.
a. Check the level of fuel
X
x
5
- - LIGHTS.
in the fuel tank. The tank
should be filled to the pre-
X
Check all lights for
X
scribed level.
proper operation.
b. Check the coolant level
X
x
6
--
CONTROLS and INSTRU-
in the radiator. If coolant
MENTS.
level is more than one inch
a. Start the engine and
12b
--
--
X
below neck, have coolant
check the oil pressure gage.
added to the radiator.
The gage should register 10
--
__ B O D Y a n d E N G I N E
pounds of pressure within
COMPARTMENT.
30 seconds. At normal op-
a. Inspect the body of
erating speed, the gage
X
X
should register 20 to 50
the truck and the truck
pounds of pressure at 2000
components for fuel, oil, or
rpm.
water leaks. Be certain to
b. Check the ammeter. It
1 2a
check under the vehicle and
X
--
X
in the engine compartment.
should indicate a h i g h
b. Check the truck for
charge both when the en-
x
X
gine is started and for a
broken or missing compon-
short period thereafter. At
ents and other visible dam-
normal operating speeds,
ages of any nature. Report
the ammeter should indi-
any of these conditions to
cate
a
slight
positive
the proper authority before
charge.
moving the truck.
c. Be certain the hour
12c
c. Be certain that the
X
X
--
X
X
meter begins to operate as
daily lubrication services
soon as  t h e e n g i n e i s
on the lubrication order
started.
have been performed.
d. Clean the truck as
d . Allow the engine to
X
X
12f
--
X
X
necessary.
idle for at least 2 minutes,
and check the water temp-
--
--
TIRES.
3
erature gage. During the
a. Inspect the tires for
X
X
warmup period, the temp-
erature reading should
unusual wear, cuts, and the
gradually rise to the
presence of foreign objects.
normal operating range of
b. Check the tires for
X
X
160 to 180F.
proper inflation of 100 psi.
e. Check the fuel gage
12d
4
--
--
FORMS and SAFETY
to be sure it indicates a full
EQUIPMENT.
tank of fuel.
a. Be certain the neces-
X
X
f. Check converter o i I
12e
X
--
sary forms prescribed in
temperature warning light.
TM 38-750 are on the
If light glows any time
truck.
during operation, stop the
b. Check the truck to be
X
X
engine  a n d  r e p o r t t h e
certain all safety equip-
trouble to the proper au-
ment, such as the fire ex-
thority.
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