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TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE PARKING BRAKE (BURNISHING) (DRIVELINE TYPE) The  following  burnishing  procedure  is  required  to  be performed  on  new  vehicles  or  whenever  the  parking  brake lining and/or drum is replaced.  Consult your dealer if you do not  understand  the  parking  brake  burnishing  procedure  for your vehicle. The procedure: 1. The vehicle must be loaded (near rated GVW) 2. With the parking brake released, turn the handle knob of the orchlen lever until a force is obtained to apply the brake (over center position of lever) which will result in the   vehicle   making   a   somewhat   lighter   than   normal stop (3-5 feet per second) without wheel lock up. 3. Make  ten  (10)  stops  from  16  km/h  (10  mph)  on  a  dry hard surface road using only the parking brake to stop the vehicle. 4. After each stop, release the parking brake and drive the vehicle at 32 km/h (20 mph) for 4 km (2.5 mi.) to cool the brake. 5. Readjust   parking   brake   linkage   (between   hand   lever and brake assembly) and hand lever knob to suit your operational   requirement   considering   load   and   road grades you are operating over. CLUTCH (Pedal Free Travel) When adjustment of the pedal free travel is necessary, it is extremely important that the work be properly performed; otherwise,  early  failure  of  the  clutch  will  result  and  a  costly clutch overhaul becomes necessary. To   avoid   needless   delay   and   expense,   allow   only competent   and   experienced   servicemen   to   perform   these operations. COOLING SYSTEM ANTIFREEZE The cooling system of your new vehicle is filled at the factory with IH permanent-type antifreeze.  IH permanent-type antifreeze may be added undiluted if protection below -29 deg. C (-20 deg. F) is required. CLEANING Once a year the cooling system should be drained and thoroughly flushed. Unless  the  cooling  system  is  treated  with  a  corrosion preventative,  rust  and  scale  will  eventually  clog  up  passages in the radiator and water jackets.  This condition is aggravated in  some  localities  by  formation  of  insoluble  salts  from  the water used. IH  cleaning  solutions  are  available  which  have  proven very   successful   in   removing   accumulation   of   rust,   scale, sludge and grease.  This solution should be used according to the recommendation on container. IMPORTANT Do not use chemical mixtures to stop radiator leaks   except   in   an   emergency.      Never   use such    solutions    instead    of    needed    radiator repair. When   draining   the   cooling   solution,   disconnect   the radiator  outlet  hose,  as  large  particles  of  sediment  will  not pass through the drain. CAUTION When  removing  the  pressure  type  cap  from the   radiator,   perform   the   operation   in   three steps.    Push  down,  loosen  cap  slowly  to  its first   notch   position;   then   pause   a   moment. This will avoid possible scalding by hot water or steam.  Continue to turn cap to the left and remove. IMPORTANT If  the  coolant  should  get  extremely  low  and the  engine  very  hot,  let  the  engine  cool  for approximately     15     minutes     before     adding coolant;   then,   with   the   engine   running,   add coolant  slowly.    Adding  cold  water  to  a  hot engine    may    crack    the    cylinder    head    or crankcase. COOLANT HOSES For   proper   care   of   coolant   hoses,   refer   to   "Cooling System Refill Capacities". 5

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