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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-4.  INTRODUCTION - Continued g. Transmission (1) Check transmission oil level.  Take an oil sample for analysis.  Top up, or drain and refill as required. (2) Check all external hydraulic lines for evidence of leakage.  Tighten or replace all defective fittings. h. Fire Pump (1) Check pump oil level.  Take an oil sample for analysis.  Top up, or drain and  refill the pump casing as required. (2) Check the pump primer gear is riding in drive pulley. (3) Drain water and foam tanks.  Inspect interior of both tanks for foreign objects. (4) Close all drains. (5) Fill water, foam, and priming tank via top mount fills.  Check there are no leaks. (6) Check reduction gear box oil level.  Take an oil sample for analysis.  Top up, or drain and refill as required. (7) Check all external suction and discharge connection caps are in place and secure.  (Three on right hand side of truck, four on left hand side and two at rear of truck). (8) Reel out both cross lay hoses, and hose reel fully and inspect for damage and correct installation.  Reel up all hoses. j. Electrical System (1) Check  engine,  starter  motor,  and  instrumentation  wiring  for  proper  connections  and  condition  of  wiring insulation.  Pay particular attention to the wiring harnesses as they pass through bulkheads or holes in the frame.  Ensure all rubber grommets are in place. (2) Check battery compartment and battery connection.  Clean away any corrosion, neutralizing the acid with baking  soda  solution.    Paint  any  bare  or  rusty  steel.    Coat  all  battery  connections  with  a  petroleum  jelly  (Item  21, Appendix E).  Check tightness of battery connections. k. Auxiliary Power Unit (1) Inspect  auxiliary  power  unit,  removing  any  seals  plugs  or  tape  used  to  seal  air  inlets  and  ports  during shipping. (2) Check crankcase oil level and inspect oil on dipstick for cleanliness.  Take an oil sample for analysis.  Top up, or drain and refill the crankcase as required. (3) Examine air cleaner element for dirty or restricted condition.  Replace as required. (4) Inspect engine and all piping connections for evidence of leakage.  Repair as required. (5) Check tension of all belt drives.  Belts should be tight enough to allow 1/2 in. (12 mm) deflection midway between the pulleys. 4-4

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