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SPECIAL TOOLS,  TMDE,  AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
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Table 4-1.   Inspection Prior to Use (Continued)
TM5-4210-229-14&P Table 4-1.  Inspection Prior To Use. DESCRIPTION INSPECTION TO BE PERFORMED Truck Body a. Inspect body for evidence of damage during shipment. b. Check to see that all compartment doors,  latches,  and hinges operate properly. c. Check mounting hardware and tighten if necessary. Truck Cab a. Inspect cab for evidence of damage during shipment. b. Check door latches,  hinges and windows for proper operation. c. Check seats and belts to see that they are properly installed,  and that the streetside seat is adjustable. Controls and Instruments a. Check all controls for freedom of operation. b. Refer  to  operation  instructions  and  check  all  instruments  for  normal  readings  and proper operation (Chapter 2,  Section III). Firefighting System and Accessories a. Inspect handline reel,  rewind motor and swivel joint for proper installation and  operation.    Unwind  handline  fully  and  rewind  halfway  by  manual  means  and halfway by use of the rewind motor. b. Check that the Pressure Vessel Caps are fully tightened. c. Check that no AFFF is dripping from the AFFF Pressure Vessel drain valve. d. Inspect all auxiliary firefighting equipment for evidence of damage during shipment. Engine a. Check crankcase oil level and inspect oil on dipstick for cleanliness. b. Examine air cleaner element for dirty or restricted condition. c. Examine mounting hardware and tighten as necessary. d. Inspect engine and piping connections for evidence of leakage.  Repair leaks and replenish lost fluid. e. Clean away any obstruction to cooling air flow to radiator. f. Check cooling system level and antifreeze protection as required. g. Check engine,  starter and instrumentation wiring for proper connections and condi- tion of wiring insulation. h. Check  tension  of  fan  and  alternator  drive  belts.    Belts  should  be  tight  enough  to allow 1/2 inch deflection midway between the pulleys. Transmission and Transfer Case a. Check fluid levels,  adding fluid as required. b. Check external hydraulic lines for evidence of leakage.  Tighten or replace loose or defective fittings. c. Check operation of shift selectors. 4-3

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