Section II. INSPECTIONS AND SERVICING
3-4. INSPECTIONS. Refer to table 3-1 for daily
inspection requirements. Daily inspections should
be performed before and/or after each day's opera-
tion. Intermediate and periodic inspections (tables
3-2 and 3-3) will be done at operating intervals of
Keep all foreign matter out of lubri-
50 and 100 hours.
cants. Do not leave lubricant con-
3-5. SERVICING. Refer to table 3-4 for daily
tainers open any longer than neces-
servicing requirements, and to table 3-5 for a
sary. Store lubricants in a clean,
list of lubricants to be used.
Table 3-1. Daily Inspection Requirements
Check fluid level; add fluid as needed. Inspect for leaks.
Check hydraulic line connections for loose connections
and damage. Correct or report defects.
Check fuel level; add gasoline as needed. Inspect for
leaks. Check fuel lines for loose connections and
damage. Correct or report defects.
Inspect bowl of strainer for dirt or water; clean as
needed. Correct or report defects.
Check oil level; add oil as needed. Inspect for oil leaks
near oil filter and crankcase drain plug. Correct or
Check electrolyte level; add water as needed. Inspect
for loose or broken connections, and excessive cor-
rosion. Correct or report defects.
Check electrical wiring for breaks, worn insulation,
and loose connections. Correct or report defects.
Check tires for 60 PSI pressure; inflate as needed.
Inspect tires for deep cuts and excessive wear. Cor-
rect or report defects.
Control panel gages
Check for broken glass, bent indicating needles, or
other obvious defects. Check that all controls oper-
ate smoothly and are tightly mounted. Correct or
Start and operate test stand and check for hydraulic
leaks. Check to make sure that 3000 PSI hydraulic
pressure can be obtained at maximum GPM flow.
Check temperature and flow indicators. (Refer to
chapter 2, section II.)