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TM-10-3930-222-10 Truck Lift Fork Gasoline Pneumatic-Tired Wheels 15 000-Pound Capacity Manual
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Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
Operator's Checklist-Continued
Interval
Interval
Item
Item
No.  B
No.
Procedure
B  D  A
Procedure
A
D
1 1k
b. Check the steering
g. Check all controls for
X
--
X
--
--
wheel free play when the
binding and other opera-
truck is moving straight
defects.
11j
The free play
h.  Test  the  horn.  It
ahead.
--
X
--
should not exceed 1 inch
should be audible at a dis-
at the center position.
tance of 300 feet.
c. Check for indications
--
X
--
INSTRUMENTS.
--
--
of binding or looseness
12
Check the instruments
--
X
when the steering wheel is
for any indication of mal-
rotated to either the ex-
functioning.
treme right or left posi-
tions.
--
BRAKES.
--
--
a. Check the footbrake
11b
--
X
--
LIFT and TILT CON-
--
13
to  be  sure  it  stops  the
TROLS.
truck within a reasonable
l lc
Observe both the lift
X
--
distance and without side
and tilt controls to be cer-
pull, chatter, or noise.
tain they operate properly.
b. Check the brake pedal
--
x
--
Check to be sure the load
free travel. There should
does not creep when it is
be    to    inch  free
lifted or tilted.
travel.
l lh
--
UNUSUAL NOISES.
--
14
c. Check to be sure the
--
X
handbrake holds the truck
--
Listen for unusual noises
X
on a reasonable incline.
that would indicate dam-
aged, worn, or loose en-
--
INCHING PEDAL.
--
9
--
gine parts; a damaged or
l lf
--
See that inching pedal
X
power  train;
vibrating
operates properly.
or loose body components.
--
10
--
--
ENGINE.
BRAKEDRUMS, WHEEL
--
--
15
Observe whether the en-
--
X
HUBS, TRANSMIS-
gine has adequate power
SION CASE,
and
and acceleration and
DIFFERENTIAL
whether it operates with-
CASE.
out unusual noises, stall-
X
X
At scheduled stops, in-
ing, misfiring, overheating,
spect
the
brakedrums,
and heavy exhaust smoke.
wheel hubs, transmission
CON-
case, and differential case
--
11
--
TRANSMISSION
--
for overheating. Also ex-
TROL LEVERS and
TRANSMISSION.
amine the engine compart-
ment  and  t h e s u r f a c e
a. Check the operation
11
--
X
under the truck for signs
of  the  shift  levers  for
of leaks.
binding,
looseness,  and
transmission engagement.
WEEKLY SERVICES
b. Observe the operation
--
FAN BELT.
--
--
16
of transmission for slip-
page and proper response.
Inspect the fan belt for
X
frayed condition, deterior-
STEERING.
--
12
--
--
ation, and proper adjust-
a. Note any tendency of
ment. The fan belt should
--
X
deflect about one-half inch
the truck to wander, shim-
when finger pressure is
my, or pull to one side
applied midway between
while the truck is moving
thee two pulleys.
straight ahead.
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