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Table 3-5. Lubricants
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Section V. REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF AUTHORIZED PARTS
TM 55-4920-405-13&P
Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
b. Extreme Heat.
3-6. GENERAL. To keep the test stand ready for
operation, you must attend to preventive maintenance.
(1)  Set up the test stand in a well ventilated
Correct any defects you find during inspections.
area. Keep all access doors open during
Section V of this chapter supplies the information
operation.
you need to replace authorized parts. Other normal
(2)  Lubricate in accordance with lubricants in
preventive maintenance you must perform consists of
cleaning, lubrication, and special maintenance for
(3) Keep the engine air shrouding, cylinder
extreme environmental conditions.
head, fins, and air openings in the housing
free of dirt and other obstructions.
3-7. CLEANING. Clean the test stand using the in-
(4)  When the test stand is shut down, keep the
structions in paragraph 3-lc.
fuel tank full to prevent condensation.
c. Dusty or Sandy Areas.
3-8. LUBRICATION. Lubricate the test stand as
follows :
(1) Use the lubricants listed in the proper
column of table 3-5 to lubricate the test
a. Using cleaning solvent (item 1, table 1-7),
stand. Be careful to keep dust and sand
clean all surfaces around the point that you are
away from lubricants, the grease gun, and
going to lubricate.
lubricant containers.
b.  Lubricate each of the points listed in table 3-5.
(2)  Protect the test stand from dust and sand
Using the lubricant listed for that point.
as much as possible. Keep the test stand
c . Operate the test stand for five minutes after
clean.
engine lubrication. Inspect the oil filter for
(3) Cover the test stand with a tarpaulin when
leaks. Then, shut down the test stand. Wiat
it is not in use.
five minutes and recheck the oil filter for
(4)  If you can, water down the area around the
leaks. Check the oil level in the engine crank-
operating site to keep down dust and sand.
case, using the oil dip stick. Add specified
(5) Clean the engine oil cleaner after every
oil as needed to bring the oil level to the full
two to four hours of operation.
mark on the dip stick.
d. Rainy or Humid Conditions.
NOTE
(1) Use the lubricants listed in table 3-5 to
lubricate the test stand.
Take proper care of lubricants. When not
(2)  When the test stand is shut down, keep the
being used, keep containers tightly cover-
fuel tank full to prevent condensation.
ed. Store containers in a dry, clean area.
(3) Keep all electrical parts clean and dry.
Keep dirt and other foreign matter out of
Watch for fungus growth; remove fungus at
lubricants.
once.
(4)  Cover the test stand with a tarpaulin or
EXTREME ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE.
3-9.
keep it under shelter when it is not in use.
e. Salt Water Areas.
a. Extreme Cold. For extreme environmental
maintenance, proceed as follows:
(1) Use the lubricants listed in table 3-5 to
lubricate the test stand.
(1) Lubricate in accordance with lubricants
(2) Wipe all exposed areas of the test stand
often.  Clean off salt deposits with clean
(2) Always keep the battery electrolyte at the
water, and wipe dry.
correct level. Keep the battery fully
(3) Coat all exposed machined metal surfaces
charged.
with a thin film of oil.
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(4) Retouch or repaint damaged painted
CAUTI.ON.
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surf aces.
Whenever you add water to the battery under
(5) Cover the test stand with a tarpaulin or
extreme cold conditions, keep the engine
keep it under shelter when it is not in use.
running.  This will charge the battery and
f. High Altitude Areas. If you must use the test
circulate the water you added. If you do
stand at high altitudes, use the following special
not observe this caution, the added water
maintenance procedures:
may freeze and crack the battery case.
(1) At high altitudes, less oxygen is available
(3) Close engine access doors as needed to
to the carburetor. The fuel mixture must
keep the engine at its normal operating
be adjusted. Refer to intermediate main-
temperature.
tenance for adjustment.
(4) Make sure that the oil in the air cleaner is
(2) Keep the air cleaner clean in order to let
the correct type (table 3-5).
as much air as possible get through to the
(5) When the test stand is shut down, keep the
carburetor.
fuel tank full to prevent condensation.
3-13

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