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TM5-4210-229-14&P Table 4-4.  Organizational Troubleshooting Chart MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 53.  BRAKES SQUEAK DURING APPLICATION. Step 1.  Inspect for uneven brake lining wear. Replace brake lining (paragraph 4-169). Step 2.  Check brake drums for out-of-round. Replace brake drums (paragraph 4-190). STEERING ASSEMBLY 54.  EXCESSIVE PLAY OR LOOSENESS. Step 1.  Inspect for worn steering shaft couplings. Replace couplings (paragraph 4-189). Step 2.  Inspect for worn upper ball joints. Replace ball joints (paragraph 4-189). Step 3.  Inspect for loose pitman arm, tie rods or steering arms. Tighten as necessary. 55.  HARD STEERING. Step 1.  Check tires for proper inflation. Inflate to recommended pressure. Step 2.  Inspect steering linkage for proper lubrication. Lubricate as necessary (paragraph 4-9). Step 3.  Check front end for proper alignment. Align front end. POWER STEERING SYSTEM 56.  BELT SQUEAL Inspect for loose belt. Adjust belt tension (paragraph 4-62). 57.  EXCESSIVE STEERING WHEEL KICK-BACK OR LOOSE STEERING. Step 1.  Inspect system for air in lines. Add oil to pump reservoir and bleed by operating steering.  Check all connections. Step 2.  Inspect for loose steering gear. Tighten steering gear. 58.  HARD STEERING. Step 1.  Inspect ball joint lubrication. Lubricate as necessary. Step 2.  Check tires for proper inflation. Inflate to recommended pressure. Step 3.  Inspect for bent frame. Refer to next higher level of maintenance. 4-27

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