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Table 4-2. Organizational Preventative Maintenance
Checks and Services (PMCS) (Continued)
W - Weekly
Q - QUARTERLY
A - ANNUALLY
M - Monthly
S- SEMI ANNUALLY
INTERVAL
ITEM
ITEM TO BE
NO.
INSPECTED
PROCEDURE
WMQ S A
11.
Radiator Piping
Visually inspect radiator piping for signs of leakage or
q
corrosion.Inspect piping for loose or missing clamps.
Replace any defective parts.
ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM
12.
Air Cleaner
Visually inspect air cleaner for free air flow. Replace air
q
Filter
clear filter if clogged or dirty.
13.
Fuel Filter
Visually inspect the fuel filter for clogged or dirty passages.
q
Replace fuel filter if clogged or dirty.
14.
Injection Pump
Visually inspect injection pump and lines for leakage,
q
and Lines
corrosion, or other structural damage.
Replace fuel lines
if damaged. Repair or replace injection pump if defective.
ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES
15.
Engine Assembly
Visually inspect engine for signs of rust, pitting, or
q
structural damage. Perform operational check. Refer to next
higher level of maintenance for replacement.
16.
Batteries
Visually inspect built-in hydrometer located on top of the
q
battery. If hydrometer shows clear or light yellow replace
defective battery.
17.
Visually inspect alternator bracket for corrosion or other
q
Belts
structural damage. Inspect alternator for signs of pitting,
scoring or other structural damage. Inspect alternator belt
for evidence of cracks, breaks, wear and proper tension.
Replace any defective parts. Refer to next higher level of
maintenance for repair.
18.
Diesel Glow
Perform operational check. Check electrical connections.
q
Plug System
If system is defective replace glow plugs.
19.
Starter
Visually inspect starter for corrosion or other structural
q
damage. Perform operational check. Replace starter if de-
fective. Refer to next higher level of maintenance for re-
pair.
20.
Intake Manifold
Visually inspect intake manifold for signs of pitting,
q
corrosion, or structural damage. Inspect for loose, damaged,
or missing attaching hardware. Replace intake manifold if
damaged. Replace missing or damaged attaching hardware.
21.
Exhaust Manifold
Visually inspect exhaust manifold for signs of pitting.
q
corrosion, or structural damage. Inspect for loose, damaged,
or missing attaching hardware. Replace exhaust manifold if
damaged. Replace missing or damaged attaching hardware.
22.
Rocker Arm Cover
Visually inspect rocker arm covers for signs of corrosion or
q
other structural damage. Inspect for loose, damaged or
missing attaching hardware. Replace rocker arm covers if
damaged. Replace missing or damaged attaching hardware.
23.
Dipstick and Tube
Visually inspect the dipstick and filler tube for any signs
q
of pitting, chips, corrosion, or any other signs of structural
damage. Replace dipstick or filler tube if any damage is found.
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