TM10-3930-660-34 Section II.  TROUBLESHOOTING Page Explanation of Columns .............................................................................................................................. 2-3 General Troubleshooting Instructions  ........................................................................................................ 2-2 Symptom Index ........................................................................................................................................... 2-4 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................... 2-6 2-4. GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING INSTRUCTIONS. a. The  troubleshooting,  Table  2-1,  is  divided  into  five  different  subsections  listed  below.    A  complete  list  of symptoms covered in Table 2-1 begins on page 2-6. (1) Engine  -  This  section  lists  common  engine  malfunctions  which  may  be  found  during  the  operation  or maintenance of the 6KVRRTFL. (2) Powertrain   -   This   section   lists   common   powertrain   malfunctions   which   may   be   found   during   the operation or maintenance of the 6KVRRTFL. (3) Steering System - This section lists common steering system malfunctions which may be found during the  operation  or  maintenance  of  the  6KVRRTFL.    This  section  also  covers  the  emergency  steering pump hydraulic system. (4) Braking System - This section lists common braking system malfunctions which may be found during the operation  or  maintenance  of  the  6KVRRTFL.    The  brake  hydraulic  system  is  also  covered  in  this section. (5) Hydraulic System - This section lists common hydraulic system malfunctions which may be found during the  operation  or  maintenance  of  the  6KVRRTFL.  This  section  covers  all  hydraulic  troubleshooting except for the brake and steering hydraulic systems. b. This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur, nor all tests or inspections and corrective actions.  If a malfunction is not listed or it is not corrected by the listed corrective actions, notify your supervisor. c. Each malfunction symptom, given for an individual component or system, is followed by a step(s) that should be taken to determine the cause and the corrective action that must be taken to remedy the problem. WARNING Operation   of   a   deadlined   vehicle   without   preliminary   inspection   may cause  further  damage  to  a  disabled  component  and  possible  injury  to personnel. d. Do the easiest things first.  Most problems are easily corrected.  For example: (1) Low power problems are generally caused by loose governor linkage or dirty fuel filters. 2-2