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CHAPTER IV TROUBLE SHOOTING (cont) - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_394
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY Grabbing or Pulling (severe reaction to pedal pressure and out-of-line stops) Tires not properly inflated. Inflate tires to correct pressure. Spring U-bolts loose. Tighten U-bolts to correct specs. Shoes improperly adjusted. Adjust brake shoes. Brake shoes distorted or incorrect. Replace with new correct shoes. Linings    incorrect,    loose    on    shoes    or soiled w/grease or brake fluid. Install new correct linings. Brake shoe anchors not properly adjusted (causes incorrect lining to drum contact). Adjust brake shoe anchor. Loose brake backing plate. Tighten   backing   plate   mounting   bolts   and readjust brakes. Brake shoe return springs weak, broken or incorrectly installed. Replace or install correctly. Automatic   adjuster   parts,   if   equipped, corroded, distorted or broken. Free up and lubricate or replace. Wheel bearings loose. Adjust wheel bearings. Brake drum too thin (expand when hot). Replace drum. Brake drum scored hard, spotted or out- of-round. Refinish or replace drum. Lines,    hoses    or    connections    kinked, clogged, collapsed or dented. Repair or replace. Master cylinder bore rough or corroded. Repair or replace master cylinder Wheel cylinder cups swollen. Flush    hydraulic    system    with    alcohol    to remove   contaminated   fluid   and   replace   all cups and seals. Wheel cylinder bore rough or corroded. Repair or replace wheel cylinder. Wheel cylinders mismatched. Replace with correct cylinders. Pedal linkage binding. Free up and lubricate. Power cylinder control valve defective. Replace control valve. Power  cylinder  diaphragm  plate  binding and suddenly releasing. Clean, repair and lubricate. Power cylinder control valve rod binding at pedal. Free up and lubricate. CTS-2055S  Chapter IV  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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