4-19. HYDRAULIC RESCUE TOOL POWER UNIT MAINTENANCE (Continued).
Do not overfill. Dipstick (2) must be se-
curely assembled into tube at all times
when engine is running.
Fill to FULL mark on dipstick (2). Pour slowly.
Capacity is approximately 1-1/4 pints (0.6 li-
If overfilled, engine may smoke exces-
sively or appear to be seized. To correct,
drain excess oil and remove spark plug to
clear oil trapped above piston.
b. Fuel check.
Do not fill fuel tank to point of overflow-
ing. Allow tank space for fuel expansion.
Open fuel fill (3) and fill with gasoline
(Appendix D, Item 19A).
Insert new hydraulic rescue power unit (1) into top
rear curb side compartment.
4-20. 10 TON HYDRAULIC RESCUE KIT MAINTENANCE.
This task covers: a. Removal
Personnel Required: 2
10 Ton Hydraulic Rescue Kit (65066)
Hydraulic Fluid (Appendix D, Item 6)
Cloth (Appendix D, Item 14)
Remove case containing 10 ton hydraulic rescue kit
from top middle curb side compartment.
Unlatch case and remove hydraulic pump (1).
Remove dipstick (2) and wipe clean with cloth
(Appendix D, Item 14).
Replace dipstick (2) and remove to check oil
Fill to mark on dipstick (2). Do not overfill.
d. Add hydraulic fluid (Appendix D, Item 6) as needed.
Replace any tools in the 10 ton hydraulic rescue kit
as necessary. Insert case into top middle curb side