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Fuel Line, Hoses and Piping - TM-5-4210-220-12_533
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-23.  FUEL SYSTEM AND AIR INTAKE - Continued 4-23.7 Fuel Line, Hoses and Piping. This task covers a. Replacement b. Repair TOOLS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, NSN 5810-00-177-7033 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) APU Shutdown (see para. 2-12) RH and LH Engine Cover Removed (see para. 4-12.11) MATERIALS/PARTS 22, Appendix E, Pipe Sealant 112-B-06 Nipple 49-F-06X06 Elbow 101-B-06 Tee 101634-048 Hose Assembly 101635-068 Hose Assembly 2062T-8-10S Elbow 54-F-08X06 Elbow, 45 deg 2-5110/1615 Hose Assembly 8924154 Elbow 2-5160/1615 Hose Assembly 14338 Elbow 45 deg 193004 Elbow 25202/1615 Hose Assembly 116332 Bushing 5129184 Tee 8924171 Connector 2.5215/1615 Hose Assembly 5128927 Elbow WARNING JP-4 is a highly volatile fuel.  Extraordinary care must be taken when servicing components that use this fuel. The truck shall be grounded to an approved grounding point if it contains JP-4 fuel. NOTE All hoses, pipes and fittings are accessible without removing any equipment except that if a connection has to be removed from the fuel tank, the fuel tank aluminum decking must be removed, see para. 4-23.1. REPLACEMENT (1) Hoses   and   fittings   may   be   replaced   individually.      When   removing   any   component,   always   place   a receptacle beneath the disconnect on point.  Be sure to catch all the fuel.  Mop up the spills and dispose of the fuel. (2) Prior to installation, coat all threads with pipe sealant (item 22 Appendix E). (3) Always prime the main engine and APU after replacing any components to be sure there is no air trapped in the fuel system. REPAIR (1) Any cracked, misthreaded or broken fittings must be replaced. (2) If hose shows signs of deterioration, replace as detailed in para. 4-9. 4-408

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