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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-20.  RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM - Continued 4-20 1  Radiator and Shutter Assembly - Continued a. Radiator Pressure Cap Repair - Continued (3)  Install radiator cap.  Start engine and check temperature of coolant when at working temperature. Be sure no fluid is dripping from radiator overflow hose. b. Radiator Overflow Hose Repair WARNING Engine coolant can cause severe burns.  Allow engine to cool before attempting to maintain the radiator. NOTE The radiator overflow hose cannot be   repaired.      Replace   if   it   has cracks   or   tears.      The   overflow hose    can    be    replaced    without removing   the   radiator   from   the truck. (1) Remove screws (1), nuts (2), and clamps (3). (2) Pull radiator overflow hose off radiator. (3) Cut length of radiator hose to fit. (4) Install radiator hose on filler neck. (5) Clamp  in  place  using  screw  (1),  nuts  (2) and clamps (3). c. Radiator Drain Valve Repair WARNING Engine  coolant  can  cause  severe burns.        Allow    engine    to    cool before  attempting  to  maintain  the radiator. NOTE The  drain  valve  can  be  repaired without    removing    radiator    from the truck. (1) If    the    valve    stem    leaks    when    under pressure,  tighten  gland  nut  (1)  until  leak stops. (2) If  leak  does  not  stop  replace  the  valve, see below. 4-320

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