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CHAPTER IV TROUBLE SHOOTING (cont) - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_391
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 CHAPTER IV TROUBLE SHOOTING Problems pertaining to the brake system are usually those which appear in the TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART.  Brake troubles are easily diagnosed if the problem is understood.  The driver may report certain symptoms; however, the report may not be of any benefit in your analysis.  Be sure to have the driver tell you which of the problems he has encountered.  In some instances, you may want to road test the vehicle to assist you in your analysis. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY Low  Pedal  (excessive   pedal   travel to apply brakes) Shoes improperly adjusted.  Worn linings. Adjust brakes.  Replace lining. Brake shoes bent or distorted. Fill  reservoir  with  approved  fluid  to  correct level. Air in system. Bleed   system   and   fill   reservoir   to   correct level. Poor quality brake fluid (low boiling point). Replace with approved brake fluid. Soft    or    weak    hoses    (expanding    under pressure). Replace. Brake drums cracked or too thin (expanding when hot). Replace. Automatic   adjuster   corroded,   distorted   or broken. Repair or replace and lubricate. Leak in system. Check system for leaks with brakes applied. Repair leaks. Power cylinder leakage. Repair or replace power cylinder assembly. Dragging Brakes (slow or incomplete release of brakes, either one wheel or all wheels) Mineral oil in system. Disassemble,     clean     and     flush     system. Replace   piston   cups   through-out   system. Fill system with approved brake fluid, bleed system and refill with fluid. Insufficient pedal height. Check  pedal  for  alignment,  bind  or  being bent; incorrectly positioned stop light switch. Shoes improperly adjusted. Adjust brake shoes. Shoes distorted or incorrect. Replace with new lined shoes. Linings soiled with mineral oil or grease. Replace linings. CTS-2055S Chapter IV  Page 1 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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