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Figure 3-51.  Vehicular compartment heater, exploded view
Section XIV.  VEHICULAR COMPARTMENT HEATER 3-97.  General The   vehicular   compartment   heater   receives   heated coolant from the engine circulating system and passes it through a core where the heat is transferred to air forced through   by   the   circulating   fans   and   directed   to   the defrosting     system,     the     interior     of     the     personnel compartment   or   both   at   the   option   of   the   operator. Speed controls located on the instrument panel allow a selection    of    speeds    for    the    defroster    blower    and compartment fan. 3-98.  Vehicular Compartment Heater a. Removal. (1) Drain coolant (TM 9-2320-209-10). (2) Loosen  hose  clamps  on  the  heater  hose connections at bottom of heater. (3) Remove hoses from heater connections. (4) Disconnect four wires leading to heater. (5) Remove    four    bolts,    nuts    and    lockwashers holding heater to fire wall and remove heater. b. Disassembly.      Disassemble   the   compartment heater as shown in (fig.  3-51). c. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect   parts   for   damage   or   defective condition. (3) Replace    or    repair    damaged    parts    as necessary. d. Reassembly.      Reassemble   the   compartment heater as shown in (fig.  3-51). e. Installation. (1) Place heater in position against firewall. (2) Install   four   bolts,   nuts   and   lockwashers holding heater to firewall and install heater. (3) Connect four wires leading to heater. (4) Install hoses from heater connections. (5) Tighten    hose    clamps    on    heater    hose connections at bottom of heater. (6) Fill coolant  (TM  9-2320-209-10). Section XV.  LUBRICATION SYSTEM 3-99.  General The lubrication system consists of an oil tank and lines that supply lubrication to the vacuum priming pump. 3-100.  Oil Tank and lines a. Removal. (1) Disconnect   the   oil   line   at   the   priming pump (pare 3-87). (2) Refer  to  figure  3-52,  and  remove  the  oil tank and lines from the cab and priming pump. 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  3-62,  and  install  the  oil tank and lines onto the cab and priming pump. (2) Connect the oil line at the priming pump para 3-87). 3-65

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