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Table 3-1. Operator Crew Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services.
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MALFUNCTION
TEST OR INSPECTION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
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TILT, LIFT OR SIDE SHIFT MECHANISM DOES NOT OPERATE W HEN LEVERS ARE ACTUATED.
Step 1. Check to see if emergency stop switch is depressed
Reset stop switch if necessary
Step 2 Check for properly connected battery receptacle.
Connect battery receptacle.
Step 3. Check battery charge.
Charge battery if necessary.
Step 4. Check hydraullc oil level.
Fill hydraulic reservoir if necessary.
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HEAD AND TAILIGHTS DO NOT OPERATE 'WHEN SWITCH IS ACTUATED.
Step 1 Check to see if emergency stop switch is depressed
Reset stop switch if necessary
Step 2. Check for properly connected battery receptacle
Connect battery receptacle.
Step 3. Check battery charge.
Charge battery if necessary.
Step 4. Check light switch and connections.
Clean connections and tighten as necessary If switch is defective, notify organizational
maintenance.
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HORN DOES NOT SOUND.
Step 1. Check to see if emergency stop switch is depressed.
Reset stop switch if necessary.
Step 2. Check for properly connected battery receptacle.
Connect battery receptacle.
Step 3. Check battery charge.
Charge battery if necessary.
Step 4. Check horn and horn button.
If horn or horn button are defective, notify organizational maintenance.
3-10. Controls and Instruments
3-7. General
Section IV. MAINTENANCE OF TRUCK
Operator's maintenance off the truck is limited to the
a. Check hourmeter for proper operation.
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following items.
b.  Check all controls to see that they function
properly.
3-8. Battery
3-11. Tires
WARNING
a. Inspect tires for imbedded material and remove
When servicing battery do not smoke or
if possible.
use flame in vicinity. Batteries generate
b. Check tires for gouges and other damages.
hydrogen, a highly explosive gas. Do not
3-12. Brake and Hydraulic Systems
use the same hydrometer to check
a. Check systems for leaks.
specific
gravities
of
nickel/iron,
b. Inspect hose and tubes for damage.
nickel/cadmium or lead acid batteries.
c. Tighten loose connections.
Mixing  of  the  slightest  amounts  of
different
electrolyte will damage the
3-13. Drive Axle
battery.
a. Check drive axle for leaks and damage.
a. Check specific gravity of battery.
b.  Check screws mounting ring or bull gear to
b. Inspect battery and receptacle for damage.
drive wheel. Tighten if necessary.
c. Check battery receptacle for good condition and
3-14. Control Levers and Linkage
secure connection.
a.  Move control levers through all operational
3-9. Lubrication
positions and check operation.
a. Lubricate truck in accordance with the current
b. Inspect yoke pins and cotter pins for secure
lubrication order.
mounting and good condition.
b. Refer to paragraph 3-2 for detailed lubrication
information.
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