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TM 5-4210-220-12 Table 4-2 UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING - Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 6d EXHAUST SMOKES EXCESSIVELY Step 1 Check blower wheel is tight on shaft Tighten setscrew, (see para. 4-19) Step 2 Check blower motor Replace as required, (see para. 4-19) 6e BOOSTER HEATER OVERHEATS AND TRIPS Step 1 APU shutdown too quickly Allow APU or main engine to run for at least 2 minutes after heater shutdown.  Reset overheat relay. Step 2 Water temperature thermostat faulty Replace thermostat and reset overheat relay 7a LOSS OF COOLANT FROM RADIATOR SYSTEM Step 1 Check all hoses when engine at working temperature Replace hose/fittings if any are leaking, (see para. 4-20) NOTE Hoses are also connected to winterization components Step 2 Check radiator for leakage Repair or replace radiator, (see para. 4-20) Step 3 Check cab heater for leak Repair or replace cab heater or components, (see para. 4-12) Step 4 Check pump body heater for leaks Repair or replace heater, (see para. 4-20) Step 5 Check winterization heater for leaks Repair or replace heater, (see para. 4-15) 4-35

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