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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS CHAPTER III WINDSHIELD WASHER Fig. 1  Windshield Washer Installation (80" Wide Cab Shown) DESCRIPTION The  windshield  washer  (Fig.  1)  consists  of  a  reservoir mounted  motor  driven  displacement  type  pump  that  delivers washer solution to the windshield through hoses and nozzles in  the  wiper  arms.    Since  the  pump  motor  is  integral  with reservoir, only the complete assembly is available for service. OPERATION Two   types   of   controls   are   used   with   the   windshield washer  namely-an  integral  with  wiper  control  switch  type  for electric wipers and an independent control type for air wipers. (Independent  switch  is  mounted  on  instrument  panel  directly below    wiper    control    valve.)    You    can    operate    windshield washer with either type control simply by pushing in on control switch  for  as  long  as  you  want  nozzles  to  spray.    Spray  will stop as soon as control is released. MAINTENANCE A  minimum  of  service  is  required  to  keep  windshield washer operating.  Keep reservoir filled with IH No.  996726- R2  windshield  washer  solvent  and  keep  wiper  nozzles  clean. If  dirt  enters  reservoir,  remove  reservoir  and  flush  out  with clean   water.      Refill   reservoir   with   specified   solvent   after reinstalling. CTS-2732  Page 1 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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