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Driving the Vehicle - TM-5-4210-220-12_115
TM 5-4210-220-12 2-10.  OPERATING THE VEHICLE.  - Continued NOTE The  alarm  lamps  (7)  will  sound  and  illuminate  when  the  engine  is  started  and  the  air  system pressure  is  below  65  psi  (450  kPa).    The  audiovisual  signals  will  cease  once  the  air  system pressure exceeds 65 psi (450 kPa) as indicated on gages (8). (6) When the engine is started, observe the oil pressure gage (9).  After the first few seconds of operation the oil  pressure  alarm  lamp  (10)  should  cease  indicating  and  the  oil  pressure  remain  above  10  psi  (70  kPa).    If  the  oil pressure remains below 10 psi (70 kPa), stop the engine and refer to Organizational Maintenance. (7) Observe the voltmeter (11) and ammeter (12) to ensure that the batteries are being charged. 2-46

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