OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL
Section I. SPECIAL O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L T O O L S A N D E Q U I P M E N T
No special tools or equipment are required to perform organizational maintenance of this
aircraft hydraulic test stand.
c. Points of Application. Follow the detailed
lubrication instructions given in the applicable
This section contains lubrication instructions
maintenance paragraphs and refer to the lubri-
which are supplemental to and are not specifi-
cation chart for type of lubricant and interval
cally covered in the lubrication chart.
d. Operation After Lubrication. Operate the
52. Detailed Lubrication Information
test stand for 5 minutes immediately after
a. Care of Lubricants. Replace covers on
lubrication. Inspect the oil filter for leaks and
lubricant containers after use and store in a
correct as necessary. Stop the unit, wait 5
clean, dry place. Keep all containers, used in
minutes, and check the oil level. Add oil to
handling lubricating oil or gasoline, clean and
bring the oil level up to the FULL mark if nec-
ready for use.
e. Oil Filter.
b. Cleaning. Use an approved cleaning sol-
(1) Loosen the bolt (27, fig. 11) and re-
vent to wipe all surfaces clean surrounding the
move the cover (26) from oil filter
point of application before applying the lubri-
Table 1. Lubrication Chart
A b o v e + 3 2 ° F . + 4 0 ° F t o -- 1 0 ° F . 0° F. to --65° F.
OE--OIL, Engine, Heavy Duty Engine Crankcase
OES--OIL, Engine, Subzero
2190--LUBRICATING OIL, General Purpose
Door Hinges and Latches
GAA--GREASE, Automotive and Artillery
Tie Rod Ends