Equipment operation is allowable with minor leakage (Class I or II). Of course, consideration must
be given to the fluid capacity in the item / system being checked / inspected. When operating with
Class I or II leaks, continue to check fluid level as required on your PMCS.
Change the interval if your lubrication / elements are contaminated or if you are operating the
equipment under adverse operating conditions, including longer-than-usual operating hours.
PMCS COLUMN DESCRIPTION.
Item No. Column. The number used to identify sequence of checks and services. This column shall be used
as a source of item numbers for the TM Number Column on DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection and Maintenance
Worksheet, when recording results of PMCS.
Interval Column. Indicates the time interval upon which the checks and services must be performed.
Item to Be Checked or Serviced Column. Indicates item and components to be inspected.
Procedure Column. Indicates the procedure by which the check or service is to be performed. Tolerances,
adjustment limits, and instrument readings are included as applicable. When replacement or repair of a component is
required, the procedures column will direct personnel to the appropriate task.
Not Fully Mission Capable If Column. Explains when the forklift is not capable of safe operation.
GENERAL PMCS PROCEDURES.
When performing PMCS procedures, ensure that all components are correctly assembled, secured,
serviceable, adequately lubricated, and free from excessive wear or leaks.
When the PMCS procedure calls for cleaning, use the guidelines found in the appropriate task. Even if a
procedure does not specify cleaning, be aware of any buildup of dirt, grease, oil, or debris. Clean any such buildup before
returning the component to service.
Section IV. SPECIAL LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIAL LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS.
There are no requirements for special lubrication at the unit level. All lubrication instructions and procedures are contained
in the Lubrication Order, LO 10-3930-664-12.