TM5-42 10-229-1 4&P
DRIVING THE VEHICLE (Continued).
To operate the vehicle in 4-wheel drive the front axle must be engaged. Push the front axle control (5, figure
2-3) to the IN position. Push the other axle control to either the HIGH or LOW range. When in the 4- wheel
drive mode, the front axle engaged light (32, figure 2-4) will be illuminated.
Observe the following procedures when shutting down the firefighting truck:
Depress brake pedal (9, figure 2-3) with steady downward pressure to stop truck.
Place transmission gear selector (4, figure 2-3) in the neutral (N) position. Apply parking brake (22, figure
Shut-off all lights and accessory controls.
Turn ignition key to OFF and pull engine stop control (34, figure 2-4) out.
Turn battery selector switch to OFF.
2-11. OPERATION OF ACCESSORY FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT.
The following paragraphs will locate and describe procedures for operating the accessory firefighting equipment.
2-12. OPERATION OF LIGHTING AND VISION EQUIPMENT.
Rear View Mirror. Rear view mirrors (10, figure 2-11) should be adjusted to provide the driver with a clear
unobstructed view of the areas immediately to the side and rear of the truck.
Cab Spotlights. Each cab spotlight (3, figure 2-11) is aimed with its control handle (3, figure 2-3) located in-
side the cab on both curb and street sides of the windshield. The ON/OFF switch is located on each handle.
Headlights, Back-Up Lights, Brake Lights, and Clearance Lights. Headlights, (1, figure 2-11), back-up lights
(7), brake lights (8) and clearance lights (4) are controlled BY the headlight control knob (19, figure 2-4).
Front Quartz Flood Light. The front quartz flood light (2, figure 2-11) is controlled by the front quartz flood-
light switch (27, figure 2-4).
Pick-Up Lights. Each pick-up light (9, figure 2-11)is aimed BY the handle attached to the light body. The
ON/OFF switch is also mounted on the light body.
Roof Beacon Light. The roof beacon light (5, figure 2-11) is controlled by the roof beacon switch (23, figure
Quartz Flood Lights. The quartz flood lights (6, figure 2-11) are controlled by their respective quartz flood
light switch (26 and 28, figure 2-4).
Compartment Lights. Lights in all truck compartments are activated by the compartment lights switch (24,