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INSTALLATION (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_448
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Radiator Overflow Hose Repair
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-20.  RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM - Continued (16) Push hoses (10) onto radiator connections.  Tighten four clamps (9) firmly. (17) Attach hose (12) to radiator connection and tighten clamp (11) firmly. (18) Attach air line (6) and air line (7) to the correct port on multistat (8). (19)  Apply pipe sealant (item 22, Appendix E) to the threads of close nipple (4).  Attach drain valve (1) to radiator (5) using close nipple. (20) Attach hose (2) to drain valve (1) and secure using clamp. (21) Fill radiator with a water and antifreeze solution (see LO 5-4210-220-12). (22) Check for leaks and repair as required. (23)  Start APU and circulate water through winterization/engine cooling system for fifteen minutes. Top up radiator as required.  Bleed any air from the inlet connection to the winterization heater in the pump body. (24)  Install radiator cap and start main engine.  Check for leaks as engine warms up.  Run until at working temperature and be sure radiator fan and shroud operate. (25) Check transmission hose connections for leaks.  Tighten or replace as required. (26)  Stop main engine and, when cool, check radiator level.  Top up as required.  Check transmission oil level and top up as required. REPAIR NOTE For radiator core leak, refer problem to Direct Support. a. Radiator Pressure Cap Repair WARNING Engine coolant can cause severe burns.  Allow engine to cool before attempting to maintain the radiator. NOTE The radiator pressure cap cannot be repaired.  It must be replaced.  The cap can be replaced without removing the radiator from the truck. (1) Remove pressure cap from radiator via hole in roof canopy. (2) Inspect radiator cap seating area for dirt, score marks etc. 4-319

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