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CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-4210-229-14P_104
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TM5-42 10-229-14&P NOTE Before  you  use  the  troubleshooting  tables,    be  sure  you have performed all applicable operating checks and verified that a malfunction exists.  When a corrective action is per- formed,    verify  that  the  action  has  corrected  the  malfunc- tion.    All  malfunctions  deferred  to  the  next  higher  level  of maintenance  must  be  reported  according  to  the  instruc- tions given in DA PAM 738-750. Table 3-1.  Operator Troubleshooting Chart MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION TWIN AGENT FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM 1.  PRESSURE GAUGES SHOW LOSS OF PRESSURE. Check for defective regulator or low/empty cylinders. Refer to next higher level of maintenance for replacement. ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM 2.  ENGINE OVERHEATING. Step 1.  Inspect for loose or missing fan belt. Refer to next higher level of maintenance. Step 2.  Inspect coolant level. Refer to next higher level of maintenance for service. ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM 3.  ENGINE WILL NOT START. Check for low fuel supply. Replenish fuel supply as necessary. 4.  UNEVEN RUNNING AND/OR FREQUENT STALLING. Check for low fuel supply. Replenish fuel supply as necessary. ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES 5.  NO BATTERY VOLTAGE. Inspect battery cables for cracks,  fraying and looseness. Refer to next higher level of maintenance for replacement. CAB ASSEMBLY,  LIGHTS,  SWITCHES,  GAUGES,  CONTROLS AND INDICATORS 6.  WINDSHIELD WASHER DOESN'T WORK. Check fluid level reservoir. Refer to next higher level of maintenance. TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY 7.  NO DRIVE IN ANY GEAR. Check fluid level. Refer to next higher level of maintenance. 3-2

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