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Radiator Tubes and Pipes (cont)
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-20.  RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM - Continued 4-20.3  Radiator Tubes and Pipes This task covers Replacement TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, 22, Appendix E Pipe Sealant NSN 5180-00-177-7033 102138 Radiator Upper Tube DCH 2250 Hose, Cut 5 in. EQUIPMENT CONDITION HS40 Hose Clamp Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) DHH1000 Hose, cut 4 in. APU Shutdown (see para. 2-12) ET 24 Hose Clamp Batteries Disconnected (see para. 4-24) 48-F-06X04 Connector Engine Compartment Covers Removed 101634-028 Hose Assembly (see para. 4-12.11) 54-F-06X04 Elbow, 45 deg. Truck Wheels Blocked 110-B-06X04 Reducer Bushing All Air Tanks Drained HS52 Hose Clamp DCH 3000 Hose, Cut 5 in. 1056-05683 Multistat 102137 Radiator Lower tube 116-B-12 Street Elbow 186101-12-16S Barbed Nipple 102139 Radiator Suction Tube WARNING Engine coolant can cause severe burns.  Allow engine to cool before attempting to remove any tube or pipe. REPLACEMENT (1) Components may be replaced individually.  Drain radiator as detailed in para. 4-20.1 REMOVAL prior to replacing any component. (2) For replacement of hose assembly (7) refer to para. 4-9 for new hose manufacture. (3) Prior to replacement of lower radiator tube (13), tag and remove air hoses from multistat (12). (4) Prior to installation of any fitting, coat pipe threads with pipe sealant (item 22, Appendix E). (5) After installation always ensure there is at least 1 in. (2.5 cm) clearance between any tube or pipe and any moving part (e.g., fan belt).  Ensure original securing hardware is reattached to replacement tube or pipe. (6) Fill radiator with coolant as detailed in LO 5-4210-220-12. (7) Check for leaks and repair as required. (8) 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. (9) Stop main engine and, when cool, check radiator level.  Top up as required. 4-330

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