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TM 10-3930-632-34
MALFUNCTION
TEST OR INSPECTION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Step 4.
Check for sufficient oil supply to torque converter and cooler.
Clean transmission cooling lines (TM 10-3930-632-12).
Step 5.
Inspect cooler for clogged condition, stopping oil flow.
Clean oil cooler (TM 10-3930-632-12).
Step 6.
Inspect bushing in torque converter impeller hub for wear.
Replace torque converter (para 14-6).
Step 7.
Check for slipping stator.
Replace torque converter (para 14-6).
Section III. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
AND ACCESSORIES
lines as they are disconnected. Identify parts of similar
2-3.
General
configuration to insure correct reassembly.
e. To prevent moisture and foreign matter from
The instructions in the following paragraphs are provided
entering open housings, lines, and other openings, apply
to aid in the removal and installation of those major
protective  covers  as  soon  as  practicable  after
components which are replaceable only at the Direct
disassembly.
Support or higher level of maintenance. Refer to TM 10-
3930-632-12 for removal and replacement instructions
2-5.
Engine
for those assemblies replaceable at organizational levels.
a. Removal.
2-4.
Special Precautions
(1)  Refer  to  TM  10-3930-632-12  and
perform the following:
a. Before attempting removal of any electrical
(a)  Disconnect parking brake lever from
component, make certain that the system is not
stub shaft.
energized. Disconnect battery ground strap.
(b)  Tag and disconnect electrical leads at
b. Insure that adequate clearance is available for
voltage regulator.
removal of the component. Disassemble the truck to the
(c)  Remove overhead guard; lift-off side
extent necessary to provide adequate working clearance.
panels, floor plate, and hood parts.
c.  Use a chain hoist, jack or other aid when lifting
(d)  Tag and disconnect electrical leads
the heavier components. The lifting device should be
shown in the wiring diagram in TM 10-3930-632-12 at
positioned and attached to the component to remove all
ignition coil (fig.  2-1), alternator (fig.  2-2), starter
strain from the mounting hardware before the last of the
solenoid, and starter relay.
hardware is removed.
d. To facilitate reassembly and installation, apply
identifying tags to mating ends of electric or hydraulic
2-5

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