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TM 5-4210-14&P-1 7. OPERATION IN HUMID CONDITIONS A. General.  High humidity causes a rusting and corrosive action on exposed metal surfaces.  Coat all exposed metal surfaces with oil or appropriate protective coating. B. Fuel System.  Keep the fuel tank as full as possible to eliminate condensation.  Replace the fuel filter every 12,000 miles. 8. OPERATION IN SALT WATER AREAS A. General.    The  deterioration  and  corrosion  of  exposed  metal  is  greatly  accelerated  in  salt  water  areas.    Coat  all exposed metal surfaces with an approved lubricant. When the fire truck has been sprayed with salt water, wash down with fresh water. B. Pumping Salt Water.  DO NOT use salt water except in case of EXTREME EMERGENCY.  At the earliest opportunity after pumping salt water, flush the water pump and piping thoroughly with fresh water.  After flushing drain the pump. 4-8

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