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DEAERATION TANK REPLACEMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XII.  MAINTENANCE OF ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM Para. Para. Deaeration Tank Replacement ...........................4-59 General  ...................................................... 4-57 Drive Belt Replacement .....................................4-62 Hoses and Piping Replacement................... 4-63 Engine Cooling System Service .........................4-58 Radiator Replacement................................. 4-66 Fan and Clutch Replacement  ............................4-61 Thermostat and Housing Replacement  ....... 4-65 Fan Shroud Replacement ..................................4-60 Water Pump Replacement  ......................... 4-64 4-57.  GENERAL. This section contains information on the maintenance of the engine cooling system that are maintainable at the Or- ganizational level. 4-58.  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 (Appendix D, Item 15) Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. SERVICE Be   certain   the   engine   is   cool   before   at- tempting  any  work  on  the  cooling  system. Serious  personal  injury  could  result  from work on a hot cooling system. a. Remove deaeration tank 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. e.  Repeat steps b, c, and d until the drained liquid is nearly colorless. f. Allow  system  to  drain  completely  and  then  close the radiator drain valve (2) tightly. g. Add   sufficient   coolant   (Appendix   D,   Item   15)   to provide the required freezing and corrosion protec- tion. h. Run  engine  with  cap  removed  until  radiator  upper hose becomes hot. i. With engine idling, add coolant (Appendix D, Item 15) until level reaches bottom of filler neck and in- stall cap. j. Install deaeration tank cap. 4-72

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