Table 2-5 Operator Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
D - Daily
W - Weekly
ITEM TO BE
Check for and have repaired
NO. D A W M
or adjusted as necessary
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
q Pump, CDR
Visually inspect the vacuum pump, CDR valve,
tubing and hoses for corrosion or structural
Visually inspect battery terminals for corrosion.
Clean as necessary. Visually inspect battery
hold down for tightness and corrosion.
q Oil Pan
Visually inspect oil pan for corrosion or
structural damage. Check for signs of leakage
around drain plug.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT FLUID LEVELS
Check windshield washer fluid reservoir level.
Replenish windshield washer fluid as necessary.
Check master cylinder fluid level in both reservoirs.
Fluid level is
Brake fluid level should be filled
to a point about x inch (6mm) below lowest
edge. Refer to next higher level of maintenance
· Oil Level
Check engine oil level. If oil level is below
Oil level is
"ADD" line, refer to next higher level of maintenance
· Power Steering
Check power steering fluid level. If the power
steering fluid is warm, the fluid level should
be between the "HOT" and "COLD" marks on the
filler cap indicator. If cool, the fluid level
should be between the "ADD" and "COLD" marks.
Refer to next higher level of maintenance for
Check the transmission fluid level. Fluid level
Fluid level is
in the clutch master cylinder reservoir should
reach the bottom of the diaphragm when it is in
place in the reservoir. Refer to next higher
level of maintenance for service.
Inspect mirrors for cracks, dents, or other damage.
Inspect for loose or missing attaching hardware.
Check operation and general condition of cab
doors. Inspect door seals for tears, cracks, or
loose sealing gaskets.