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Figure 3-1.  Lubrication order
CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS Section I.  OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATION MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT 3-1.  Special Tools and Equipment No special tools or equipment are required by operator or organizational maintenance personnel for maintenance of the fire truck. 3-2.  Basic Issue Tools and Equipment Tools and repair parts issued with or authorized for use with the fire truck are listed in the basic issue items list, appendix B of this manual. Section II.  LUBRICATION 3-3.  General Lubrication Information a. This   section   contains   a   reproduction   of   the lubrication  order  and  lubrication  instructions  which  are supplemental to, and are not specifically covered in the lubrication order. b. The lubrication order, shown on figure 3-1, is an exact reproduction of the approved lubrication order for the  fire  truck,  for  the  current  lubrication  order,  refer  to DA Pamphlet 310-4. 3-4.  Detailed Lubrication Information a. General.  Store lubricants in covered containers that   will   protect   them   from   dirt,   water,   and   foreign material.      Keep   all   lubrication   equipment   clean   and ready for use. b. Cleaning.  Clean all points of lubrication with an approved cleaning solvent before lubricating. c. Points  of  Application.    Follow  the  instructions and     apply     the     lubricants     as     prescribed.          It     is recommended   that   the   fire   truck   and   each   of   the components  be  lubricated  while  warm  from  operation. Over lubrication may cause equipment failure, damage to working parts and erratic operation. d. Operation   after   lubrication.      Operate   the   fire truck   engine   for   five   minutes   after   changing   oil   and lubricating. Section III.  PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES 3-5.  General To insure that the fire truck is ready for operation at all times,   it   must   be   inspected   systematically,   so   that defects  may  be  discovered  and  corrected  before  they result   in   serious   damage   or   failure.      The   necessary preventative maintenance services to be performed are listed  and  described  in  paragraphs  3-6  and  3-7.    The item    numbers    indicate    the    sequence    of    minimum inspection   requirements.      Defects   discovered   during operation of the unit will be noted for future correction, to  be  made  as  soon  as  operation  has  ceased.    Step operation  immediately  if  a  deficiency  is  noted  during operation which would damage the fire truck if operation were  continued.    All  deficiencies  and  shortcomings  will be  recorded,  together  with  the  corrective  action  taken, on DA Form 2404 (Equipment Inspection and Maintenance     Worksheet)     at     the     earliest     possible opportunity. 3-6.  Daily Preventive Maintenance Services This paragraph contains an illustrated tabu- 3-1

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