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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
24.
q Engine Mountings
Visually inspect engine mounting brackets for signs of pitting,
scoring, chips, and other structural damage.
Refer to next
higher level of maintenance for replacement.
CAB ASSEMBLY, LIGHTS, SWITCHES
GAUGES, CONTROLS, AND INDICATORS
WARNING
Deadly fumes are discharged by
this equipment in operation.
Death by suffocation may re-
sult if operated indoors, with-
out exhaust gases being ducted
outdoors. Make sure that air
intake is free of debris and is
large enough not to restrict air
flow.
25.
Controls
With engine running and parking brake secure, perform
q
Indicators, and operational check of electrical controls, indicators,
Gauges and gauges. Repair or replace any defective controls,
indicators, or gauges.
26.
Lights
Perform operational check on headlights, parking lights, turn
q
signal lights, spot lights, front warning lights, and roof
beacon light. Visually inspect lights for defective lamps
or bulbs, or damaged lenses. Replace or repair defective
lamps, bulbs, or lenses.
27. q
Siren/Public
Perform operational check on siren/public address system.
Address System Visually inspect siren and external speaker for damage.
Replace siren/public address system or external speaker if
defective.
28.
Heater/Defroster
Perform operational check on heater/defroster system.
q
Visually inspect heater/defroster system for missing, loose,
or damaged mounting hardware. Replace heater/defroster if
defective or damaged. Replace missing or damaged mounting
hardware.
29.
Cab Panels
Visually inspect cab panels for rust or other structural
q
damage. Replace damaged cab panels. Refer to next higher
level of maintenance for repair of cab panels.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
30.
q Cab/Body
Visually inspect respective cab or body harness for breaks,
Wiring Harness  cracks, or fraying. Inspect for loose or missing
mounting
hardware.Visually inspect terminal posts located in the
engine compartment and rear step assembly for loose or broken
connections.
Replace defective or missing hardware. Re-
place damaged cab or body wiring harness.
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