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TM5-4210-229-14&P 4-62.  DRIVE BELTS REPLACEMENT (Continued). REMOVAL Loosen   slack   adjustment   bolts   as   necessary   on   air compressor,  steering  pump  and/or  alternator  and  re- move belt from pulley. INSTALLATION Install belt on pulley and tighten slack adjustment bolts on air compressor, steering pump and/or alternator as necessary. ADJUSTMENT CAUTION Avoid over or under-tightening drive belts. Loose  belts  result  in  slippage  which  can lead to belt and pulley glazing, and ineffi- cient   component   operation.   Once   a   belt has become glazed, it will be necessary to replace   the   belt.   Loose   belts   can   also place high impact loads on driven compo- nent  bearings  due  to  the  whipping  action of the loose belt.  Overtightening belts can lead to bearing damage and early belt fail- ure. NOTE A  used  belt  must  never  be  tensioned  to more than its specified tension limit. Belt  should  be  cool  or  warn  to  the  touch, not hot. a. Place tension gauge at the center of the greatest span. b. Measure belt tension using proper tension gauge. c. If the belt is below the minimum used belt tension specification, adjust to specification: new belt 146 lb (650 N). d. Run the engine at idle for a minimum of 15 min- utes,   allowing   the   belt(s)   to   reseat   itself   in   the pulleys. e. Allow  the  drive  belt  to  cool,  then  check  the  belt tension with the tension gauge. f. Belt  tension  with  either  belt  should  be  67  lb  (300 N). g. Adjust  to  proper  tension  as  necessary.    Remove band  clamps  and  nylon  ties  as  necessary  to  re- move radiator hoses and piping. 4-63.  HOSE AND PIPING REPLACEMENT This task covers: a. Removal b.   Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Safety Instructions General Mechanics Tool Kit Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Materials/Parts Upper Radiator Hose (571967C1) Lower Radiator Hose (486129C91) Equipment Condition Para Condition Description 4-58 Cooling System Drained REMOVAL Remove  band  clamps  and  nylon  ties  as  necessary  to  re- move radiator hoses and piping. INSTALLATION a. Install  radiator  hoses  and  piping  and  secure  with band clamps and nylon ties as necessary. b. Fill cooling system (paragraph 4-58). 4-77

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