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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-220-12_462
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-21.  EXHAUST SYSTEM. 4-21.1  Muffler and Tail Pipe. This task covers a. Removal b. Inspection c. Installation TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, 86147 Muffler NSN 5180-00-177-7033 891564 Tall Pipe EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) APU Shutdown (see para. 2-12) Batteries Disconnected (see para. 4-24) Pump Body, and Hose Body Heat Shields Removed (see para. 4-11) WARNING Exhaust  parts  can  be  hot  enough  to  cause  severe  burns.    Allow  exhaust  system  to  cool  before servicing. The muffler is heavy.  To prevent personal injury, use a floor jack to support muffler during removal or installation. REMOVAL (1) Remove remote handles from foam tank drain valve and turret pipe drain valve.  Pull them clear of the underside of the truck. (2) Remove nuts and washers (1). (3) Loosen pipe clamp (2) on front of muffler.  Do not remove clamp U-bolt. (4) While supporting the muffler, tap out the bolts (3).  Twist muffler and tall pipe until it is free of exhaust pipe.  Lower to the floor. (5) When on the floor, remove both pipe clamps (2 and 6), and remove tall pipe (4) from muffler. INSPECTION (1) Inspect all parts for corrosion.  Excessive corrosion resulting in holes or flaking is cause for rejection. (2) Inspect rubber shocks (7).  They should not be brittle or cracked.  Replace as required. (3) Replace any part failing inspection. 4-334

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