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TM10-3930-242-12
Table 4-2. Organizational Troubleshooting-Continued
Malfunction
Test or inspection
Corrective action
Step 3. Inspect for clogged or damaged filter.
Clean or replace filter as necessary (para 4-54).
Step 4. Check gear range being used by operator.
May have to use lower gear range for specific operating condition.
8. CONVERTER STALL SPEED LOW
Step 1. Inspect throttle linkage for proper adjustment.
Adjust linkage for full governor travel.
Step 2. Notify supervisor and direct support to check governor and fuel rack.
9. STEERING ERRATIC
Step 1. Inspect steering cross-shaft for binding in the tube. Lubricate cross-shaft and all steering linkage IAW LO
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10. BATTERIES FAIL TO MAINTAIN CHARGE
Step 1. Inspt battery for shorted plates or loose terminal posts.
Replace shorted or unserviceable batteries (para 4-34).
11. BRAKES WILL NOT APPLY
Step 1. Inspect for hydraulic leaks in the brake system.
Replace defective hoses, lines, fittings, and seal (para 4-77).
Step 2. Inspect for air in hydraulic system.
Bleed hydraulic brake system (para 4-59b).
12. BRAKES DRAG, RUN HOT, OR DO NOT RELEASE PROPERLY
Step 1. Inspect for air in hydraulic actuating system.
Bleed service brakes (para 4-59b).
Step 2. Inspect for clogged or restricted hydraulic tank filter (para 4-76). Replace clogged or damaged filter IAW LO
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13. LOW HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PRESSURE
Step 1. Check for clogged hydraulic filter (para 4-76).
Replace if required IAW LO 10-3930-242-12-2.
Step 2. Inspect for leaks at cylinder gland packing.
Tighten packing nuts. If leakage continues, report to direct support maintenance.
Section VI. MAINTENANCE OF LUBRICATION SYSTEM
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
WARNING
(1) Refer to figure 4-2 and service the oil filter.
Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to
Remove center stud and disassemble filter as
clean parts is potentially dangerous to
shown.
personnel and property. Do not use near
(2) Make sure the gasket surfaces are clean.
open flame or excessive heat. Flash point
Clean with drycleaning solvent (item 1, App F) and
of solvent is 138 F.
dry thoroughly.
4-11. General
(3) Inspect flange and block for nicks and
cracks. Remove small nicks with emery cloth.
This section contains information for organizational
c. Installation. Use a new gasket. Refer to figure
maintenance of the lubrication system. Main-
4-1 and install oil filter.
tenance includes oil filter, crankcase breather, and
CAUTION
dipstick.
Check for oil leaks while engine is run-
4-12. Oil Filter
ning. Oil leaks could cause serious
damage to the engine.
a. Removal. Refer to figure 4-1 and remove the oil
filter.

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