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FIRE PUMP ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE - continued - TM-5-4210-224-14-P0204
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COOLANT RECOVERY BOTTLE REPLACEMENT.
TM 5-4210-224-14&P
Section XII. MAINTENANCE OF ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM
Para.
Para.
Heat Exchanger Replacement......................
Coolant Recovery Bottle
Hoses And Piping
Replacement ................................ ........
Replacement ................................ .........
Drive Belts Replacement .............................
Radiator Replacement ................................ .
Engine Cooling System
Thermostat And Housing
Service ................................ .................
Replacement ................................ .........
Fan And Clutch Replacement ......................
Water Pump Replacement ..........................
Fan Shroud Replacement ............................
General ................................ .......................
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4-72. ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM SERVICE.
This task covers:
Service
INITIAL SET-UP
Tools
General Safety Instructions
General Mechanics Tool Kit
Be certain the engine is cool before attempting any work
on the cooling system.
Materials/Parts
Engine OFF.
Engine Coolant
Transmission in (N) neutral.
(Appendix D, Item 12a)
Parking brake and micro-brakelock set.
SERVICE
WARNING
Be  certain  the  engine  is  cool  before
attempting any work on the cooling system.
Serious personal injury could result from
work on a hot cooling system.
a. Remove radiator cap (1).
b. Run engine, with cap removed, until upper
radiator hose is hot, indicating thermostat is
open.
c. Stop engine and open radiator drain valve (2) to
drain
coolant.
d. Close valve and add sufficient water to fill
system
.
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