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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-11. HOSE BODY - Continued d.   Splash Guard Repair NOTE Splash guard repair is limited to replacement of rubber sheet (3), fasteners (1, 2), or plate (4). The procedure  below  may  be  used  to  repair  any  splash guard. (1)     Remove   locknuts   (2)   and   capscrews   (1) that retain splash guard (3) and plate (4) to compartment  box  (5).    Gain    access     to locknut  from  inside compartment box. (2)     Separate   plate   (4)   and   splash   guard   (3) from compartment box. Error! Not a valid filename. (3)     Inspect capscrew as detailed in para 2-7.  Discard locknuts. (4)     Inspect splash guard (3) for torn mounting holes or gashes in rubber.  Replace as necessary. NOTE If new splash guard is to be installed, use plate (4) as a template to drill mounting holes.  Aline upper edge of plate with upper edge of splash guard.  Drill mounting holes to 17/64 in.  (6 75 mm). (5)     Lift  splash  guard  (3)  and  plate  (4)  into  position.    Aline  mounting  holes  and  install  four  capscrews  (1)  and locknuts (2).  Tighten locknuts to 7 ft lb (10 Nm). e. Fender Repair NOTE Fender  repair  is  limited  to  replacement of   failed   components.      The   procedure below    may    be    used    to    replace    any fender. (1)     To    remove    rubber    fender    (1),    remove 19 capscrews (3) and locknuts (4).  Discard locknuts. (2)     Separate  the  fender   plate   (2)   and   rubber fender (1) from fender skirt (5). (3) inspect capscrews as detailed in para.  2-7. (4)     Examine fender plate (2) for oversized mounting holes or cracks.  Replace as necessary. (5)     Examine fender skirt (5) for damage such as dents, oversized holes, or cracks Replace as necessary. 2-47

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