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TM-55-4920-373-14-P Gasoline Engine Driven Hydrualic Systems Test Stand Type D5-B Manual
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Section IV: OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT
TM 55-4920-373-14&P
TABLE 3-5. LUBRICANTS (cont)
TEMPERATURE RANGE (Fahrenheit) (Military Specification)
Above +32 0 to +40
LOCATION
0F to -65
+40 to -10
Wheel Bearings
GAA Grease
GAA Grease
GAA Grease
(MIL-G-10924C)
Tie Rod Ends
(MIL-G-10924C)
(MIL-G-10924C)
Spindles
SECTION III
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
2. Keep the electrolyte at the proper level in
3-25. GENERAL.
the battery and the battery fully charged (Chapter
3-26. To insure equipment is ready for operation,
systematic inspections are performed (table 3-l).
Defects found shall be corrected before serious
CAUTION
damage occurs. Detailed information on repair
Keep engine running to charge and circulate
and replacement of authorized parts at the organi-
added water to battery. Otherwise, water
zational level, are described in Section V of this
added will freeze and crack battery case.
Chapter. Other normal preventative maintenance
shall consist of Cleaning, Lubrication and Extreme
3. Close engine access doors as required to
Environmental  maintenance.
maintain satisfactory engine operating temperature.
3-27. CLEANING. The cleaning of the test stand
4. Insure oil in air cleaner is filled with the
shall be accomplished as specified in Chapter 3;
proper grade as specified in table 3-5.
5. Keep fuel tank full to prevent accumulation
3-28. LUBRICATION. To accomplish proper
lubrication proceed as follows:
3-31. EXTREME HEAT. Proceed with the fol-
1. Use an approved cleaning solvent (item 1,
lowing steps:
table 1-7) to wipe all surfaces clean surrounding
the point of application before applying lubricant.
1. Set up the test stand in a well ventilated
area and keep all access doors open during
2. Operate the test stand (Chapter 2; Sections
operation.
III and IV) for five minutes immediately after
lubrication. Inspect the oil filter for leaks and
2. Lubricate engine as specified in table 3-5.
correct defect as necessary.
3. Keep engine shrouding, cylinder heads, fins
3. Stop test stand operation (Chapter 2; Section
and the air opening in the housing free of dirt and
IV, paragraph 2-13) wait five minutes, and
recheck the oil filter. Add specified oil as listed
obstructions.
in table 3-5 to bring oil level to full mark.
4. Keep fuel tank full to prevent accumulation
4. For proper care of lubricant containers,
replace their respective covers and store in a
3-32. DUSTY OR SANDY AREAS. Proceed with
clean dry area. Keep all foreign matter out of
the following steps:
lubricants, exercising care by not leaving cans
opened.
1. Lubricate test stand in accordance with
table 3-5. Exercise extreme care during lubri-
3-29. EXTREME ENVIRONMENTAL MAIN-
cation to prevent dust or sand contaminating
TENANCE.
lubricants, grease gun, oil containers and fittings.
3-30. EXTREME COLD. Proceed with the
2. Protect test stand from dust and sand.
following steps:
Keep test stand clean and free of foreign matter.
3. Cover test stand with a tarpaulin when not
1. Lubricate the test stand as specified in
in use.
3-17

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