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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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Figure 2-1.  Controls and instruments
1Maximum   protection   is   obtained   at   60   percent   by volume   (4.8   pints   of   ethylene   glycol   per   gallon   of solution). 2Military     Specifications     MIL-C-11755     Arctic     type, nonvolatile  anti-freeze  compound  is  intended  for  use in     the     cooling     system     of     liquid-cooled     internal combustion  engines. It-is used for protection  against freezing      primarily   in   Arctic   regions   where      the ambient    temperature  remains  for  extended    periods close to -40°F or drops below, to as low as -90° F. 3Use an accurate hydrometer.  To test hydrometer, use 1 part ethylene glycol antifreeze to 2 parts water.  This should produce a hydrometer reading of 0°  F. Note Fasten a tag near the radiator filler cap indicating the type antifreeze. 2-4.  Installation of Separately Packed Components a.    Batteries are shipped dry and must be activated by adding electrolyte. b.    Check     batteries     for     cracks,     and     terminal corrosion.  Clean battery exterior surfaces with a bristle brush dipped in ammonia or soda water.  Place batteries in the battery box and attach the terminals. Warning Do   not   smoke   or   use   an   open flame in the vicinity when servicing the   batteries.      Batteries   generate hydrogen,  a  highly  explosive  gas. Electrolyte  is  an  acid  and  should be    handled    with    care.        If    the electrolyte  should  come  in  contact with  the  skin,  wash  with  soap  and water. c.    Refer    to    TM    9-2320-209-10    for    installation instructions for the air cleaner bonnet, windshield wipers and rear rearview mirror. 2-5.  Installation or Setting up Instructions The  fire  truck  will  be  received  completely  assembled and ready for use, except for servicing the batteries. Section II.  MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE 2-6.  Dismantling for Movement a.    The   fire   truck   requires   no   disassembly   other than the safe and proper storage of hoses, ladders, hose connections, adapters, and accessories for movement to a new worksite. b.    Disconnect the battery cables and drain the fuel (TM 9-2320-209-10) in the event the fire truck is moved by some means other than its own power. Caution Do   not   exceed   20   mph   on   good hard  surface  roads  or  10  mph  on secondary  roads  or  across  country when towing the fire truck. c.    Drain the water tank and foam tank (para 215). d.    Lock the hose reel assemblies (fig.  2-10). 2-7.  Reinstallation After Movement a.    Fill the water tank and foam tank (para 2-13). b.    Service  the  carrier's  fuel  system  (TM  9-2320- 209-10). c.    Connect tile battery cables to the batteries (TM 9-2320-209-10). Section III.  CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 2-8. General    This section describes, locates, illustrates, and furnishes the operator, crew or organizational maintenance personnel sufficient information  about  the  various  controls  and  instruments for proper operation of the fire truck. 2-9.    Controls  and  InstrumentsThe  purpose,  location and   use   of   the   controls,   instruments   and   gages   are illustrated on figure 2-1.  Refer to TM 9-2320-209-10 for chassis and engine controls and instruments.' Section IV.  OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT 2-10.  General a. The instructions in this section are published for the     information     and     guidance     of     the     personnel responsible for operation of the fire truck. b. The  operator  must  know  how  to  perform  every operation of which the fire truck is capable.  This section gives instructions on starting and stopping the fire truck, on  the  basic  motions  to  perform  the  specific  tasks  for which  the  equipment  is  designed.    Since  nearly  every job presents a different problem, the operator may have to vary given procedure to fit the individual job. 2-2

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