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Figure 3-39.  Pump compartment panel, removal and installation
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hose reel from-the hose reel and pump compartment. b. Installation. (1) Refer to figure 3-41, and install the hose reel in the hose reel pump compartment. (2) Install the hose reel motor (para 3-69). (3) Install the hose reel motor solenoid (para 3-68). 3-89.  Drive Chain a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-31, and remove the drive chain from the hose reel and motor. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  an  approved  cleaning  solvent,  and  dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.  Refer-to figure 3-31, and install the drive chain on the hose reel and motor. 3-90. Pump Clutch Linkage a. Removal. (1) Remove the tool box (TM 9-2320-209-20). (2) Refer   to   figure   3-43,   and   remove   the pump clutch linkage from the clutch and transfer case. b. Disassembly.          Refer     to     figure     3-44,     and disassemble the pump clutch linkage. c. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  an  approved  cleaning  solvent,  and  dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts. d. Reassembly.    Refer  to  figure  3-44,  and  install the pump clutch linkage on the clutch and transfer case. e. Adjustment. (1) Refer to figure 3-43, and adjust the pump clutch linkage. (2) Install the tool box (TM 9-2320-209-20). 3-91.    Foam  Tank  Strainer,  Foam  Tank  and  Vent Hose a. Removal. (1) Drain the foam tank (para 2-15). (2) Refer   to   figure   3-45,   and   remove   the foam tank and vent hose from the compartment. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  an  approved  cleaning  solvent,  and  dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation. (1) Refer to figure 3-45, and install the foam tank and vent hose on the compartment. (2)  Fill foam tank (para 2-13). (3)   3-9.  Pump Drive Universal Joint a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-40, and remove the pump  drive  universal  joint  from  the  pump  and  transfer case. b. Disassembly.          Refer     to     figure     3-47,     and disassemble the pump drive universal joint. c. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened   in   an   approved   cleaning   solvent   and   dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts. d. Reassembly.          Refer     to     figure     3-47,     and reassemble the pump drive universal joint in the reverse order. e. Installation.  Refer to figure 3-40, and install the pump  drive  universal  joint  on  the  pump  and  transfer case. 3-93.  Drain Valve and Tubing a. Removal. (1) Drain the lines (para 2-15). (2) Refer to figure 3-48, and remove the drain valve and tubing from the valves, lines and bracket. b. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  an  approved  cleaning  solvent,  and  dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect for damaged or defective condition. 3-56

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