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BRAKES HYDRAULIC - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_69
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PARKING BRAKE (BURNISHING) (DRIVELINE TYPE)
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE BRAKE PEDAL ADJUSTMENT Single Hydraulic System (Codes 04011 & 04058) Reference letters for brake pedal adjustment. F. Use this hole to attach clevis to pedal on 4x2 & 4x4 vehicles. G. Use this hole to attach clevis to pedal on 6x4 vehicles. Brake pedal should have pedal stroke "J" after pedal stop has been adjusted to obtain pedal height "K". J. 226 mm  (8.9") 4x2 & 4x4 vehicles 230 mm  (9.1") 6x4 vehicles K. 201.5 mm  (7.9") 4x2 & 4x4 vehicles 206 mm  (8.1") 6x4 vehicles SPLIT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM (Codes 04044, 04055 and 04059) The  brake  pedal  adjustment  is  at  the  booster  control valve (push rod) and clevis.  Proper pedal height (travel) will be  obtained  when  the  clevis  is  adjusted  to  177.8  mm  (7") between booster mounting surface and clevis center opening. MASTER CYLINDER (Brake) Fluid level should be 6.4 to 12.7 mm (1/4 to 1/2") from top  of  reservoir.    Do  not  fill  the  master  cylinder  to  the  top  of reservoir. STOPLIGHT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT The   stoplight   switch   should   be   adjusted   so   that   the clearance  between  the  switch  body  (not  plunger)  and  pedal lever  is  3.048  mm  (0.12"),  when  the  brake  pedal  has  been properly adjusted SPECIAL FLUID PRECAUTIONS CAUTION The Hy-Power and Dual Power Brake Systems  consist  of  two  completely  separate hydraulic systems operating with two different and  incompatible  fluids;  power  steering  fluid and  hydraulic  brake  fluid.    Failure  to  observe precautions  preventing  the  contamination  of either   system   with   fluid   from   the   other   will result   in   the   swelling   and   deterioration   of rubber parts leading to reduced brake performance and eventual failure. To  avoid  fluid  contamination,  the  following  should  be observed: 1. Use  only  fluids  specified  (or  equivalent),  and  properly identified. 2. Add fluids only to the following locations: a. Power steering fluid to the power steering fluid pump reservoir. b. Brake fluid to the brake master cylinder. 4

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