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Section I.  REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, TMDE, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT - TM-5-4210-229-14P_332
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AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P 5-4.    SYMPTOM INDEX. SYMPTOM Page AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Fails To Start Or Starts With Difficulty .............................................................. 5-3 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Misses Under Load  .......................................................................................... 5-3 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Lacks Power ..................................................................................................... 5-3 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Surges Or Runs Unevenly................................................................................. 5-4 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Overheats ......................................................................................................... 5-4 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Uses Excess Amount Of Oil .............................................................................. 5-4 Hydraulic Rescue Tool Power Unit Fails To Operate The Tool At All ....................................................................... 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Fails To Start Or Starts With Difficulty .................................................................................... 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Runs But Without Power And Races When It Is Off Load........................................................ 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Does Not Accelerate From Idling Speed.................................................................................. 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Does Not Accelerate From Idling Speed And Is Smokey ......................................................... 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Stops When Saw Is Turned..................................................................................................... 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Runs Roughly Or Misfires ....................................................................................................... 5-5 Rescue Saw Engine Overheats ............................................................................................................................... 5-5 ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM Engine Coolant Overheating ................................................................................................................................... 5-6 Engine Coolant Loss ............................................................................................................................................... 5-6 ENGINE AND ACCESSORIES Engine Will Not Crank ............................................................................................................................................ 5-6 Engine Cranks Slowly-Will Not Start ....................................................................................................................... 5-6 Engine Cranks Normally-Will Not Start.................................................................................................................... 5-6 Engine Starts But Will Not Continue To Run At Idle Speed ..................................................................................... 5-7 TRANSFER CASE ASSEMBLY Excessive Noise...................................................................................................................................................... 5-7 Shift Lever Difficult To Move................................................................................................................................... 5-7 NOTE Before   you   use   the   troubleshooting   tables,   be   sure   you   have   performed   all applicable   operating   checks   and   verified   that   a   malfunction   exists.      When   a corrective    action    is    performed,    verify    that    the    action    has    corrected    the malfunction.    All  malfunctions  deferred  to  the  next  higher  level  of  maintenance must be reported according to the instructions given in DA PAM 738-750. 5-2

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