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Section V. SERVICE INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE, LUBRICATION AND TROUBLE SHOOTING
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FUEL SYSTEM. - TM-10-3930-622-140050
(c) Inspection of a unit to see if it is secure is
(3) After the parts are cleaned, rinse and dry
usually  a  visual,  hand-feel,  pry-bar,  wrench,  or
them thoroughly. Apply a light grade of oil to all polished
screwdriver inspection for looseness in the unit.  This
metal surfaces to prevent rusting.
inspection will include any brackets, lockwashers,
(4) Before installing new parts, remove any
locknuts, locking wires, and cotter pins as well as any
preservative  materials,  such  as  rust-preventive
connecting tubes, hoses, or wires.
compound, protective grease, etc.; prepare parts as
(d) Excessively worn is understood to mean
required (oil seals, etc.); and for those parts requiring
worn beyond serviceable limits, or likely to fail if not
lubrication,  apply the  lubricant  prescribed  in  the
replaced  before  the  next  scheduled  inspection.
lubrication order.
Excessive wear of mating parts or linkage connections is
d. General precautions in cleaning.
usually evidenced by too much play (lash or lost motion).
(1) Dry-cleaning solvent and volatile mineral
It includes illegibility as applied to markings and data
spirits are inflammable and should not be used near an
plates, and printed matter.
open flame. Fire extinguishers should be provided when
c. General  Cleaning.
Any  special  cleaning
these materials are used.  Use only in well ventilated
instructions required for specific mechanism or parts are
places.
contained in the pertinent section.  General cleaning
(2) These cleaners evaporate quickly and
instructions are shown in (1) through (4) below.
have a drying effect on the skin. If used without gloves,
(1) Use  dry-cleaning  solvent  or  volatile
they may cause cracks in the skin and, in the case of
mineral spirits to clean or wash grease or oil from all
some individuals, a mild irritation or inflammation.
parts of the truck.
(3) Avoid getting petroleum products, such as
(2) A solution of one part grease-cleaning
dry-cleaning solvent, volatile mineral spirits, engine fuels,
compound to four parts of dry-cleaning solvent or volatile
or lubricants on rubber parts as they will deteriorate the
mineral spirits may be used for dissolving grease and oil
rubber.
from chassis, mast and other parts. Use cold water to
(4) The use of diesel fuel oil, gasoline, or
rinse off any solution which remains after cleaning.
benzene (benzol) for cleaning is prohibited.
Maintenance
After
Semi
5-8. VEHICLE APPEARANCE.
Reference
Use
Daily
Weekly
Quarterly
Annual
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Inspect entire truck. Check panels and covers for proper
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Lube Chart
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Inspect body and chassis for missing or damaged parts.
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Lube Chart
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5-9. ENGINE ASSEMBLY.
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Check oil level in crankcase.
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Check oil pressure reading.
Inspect oil pan for leakage.
Inspect oil filter element. Replace as necessary.
Check tightness of cylinder head nuts.
Check tightness of manifold nuts.
Test engine compression.
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