OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
30. Special Tools or Equipment
31. Basic Issue Tools and Equipment
There are no special tools or equipment used by
Tools and repair parts issued with or authorized
the operator or by organizational maintenance personnel
for the fire truck are listed in the basic issue items list,
for performing maintenance on the fire truck.
Section II. LUBRICATION
Care of Lubricants. Store lubricants in
32. General Lubrication Information
covered containers that will protect them from dirt,
This section contains a reproduction of the
water, and foreign material.
Keep all lubrication
lubrication order and lubrication instructions which are
equipment clean and ready for use.
supplemental to and are not specifically covered in the
Cleaning. Clean all points of lubrication with
an approved cleaning solvent before lubricating.
The lubrication order, shown on figure 18, is
Points of Application.
an exact reproduction of the approved lubrication order
instructions and apply the lubricants as prescribed. It is
for the fire truck. Refer to LO 9-2320-235-12 for
recommended that the fire truck and each of the
lubrication of the fire truck engine and chassis. For the
components be lubricated while warm from operation.
current lubrication order, refer to DA Pam 310-4.
Over lubrication may cause equipment failure, damage
33. Detailed Lubrication Information
to working parts, and erratic operation.
General. Refer to LO 9-2320-235-12 for
Operation after Lubrication. Operate the fire
additional detailed lubrication information.
truck engine for 5 minutes after hanging oil and