2-10.1 Pump Body Assembly.
This task covers:
Shop Equipment, Automotive
101952 Pump Body
Maintenance and Repair,
All Piping Drained (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Main Engine Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 2
APU Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Batteries Disconnected (see TM 5-4210-220-12)
All Air Tanks Drained
Pump Body Heat Shield Removed (see TM
Radiator Drained (see LO 5-4210-220-12)
Winterization Heater Exhaust Removed (see TM
Winterization Heater and Supports Removed (see
Pump Body Heater Removed
(see TM 5-4210-220-12)
Injury to personnel or damage to equipment could occur from improper hoisting. Hoist the load slowly to
avoid damaging components, slipping slings or load shift. Do not jerk the load or swing it from side-to-
side when hoisting. This places additional stress on hoisting components which can cause failure and
loss of load. Be sure hoisting equipment is on solid footing and is suitable for the size of the load. Watch
boom angle and overhead clearance when hoisting.
To remove and install the truck pump body, the workshop must be equipped with an overhead hoist or
crane. The hoist or crane should have a lifting capacity of at least 1000 lb (454 kg) to height of at least 16
ft (4.9 m) from floor level.
(1) Disconnect and remove hoses from cross-lay hose beds.
(2) Remove pump body access panels and unplug pump body wiring harness from engine harness and remove
ties attaching harness to other wiring.
(3) Disconnect heater hose from hose reel blower. Drop hose through pump body.