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TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE COOLING SYSTEM FILLING (Gasoline Engine) To   eliminate   air   being   trapped   within   the   engine   or heater, the following procedure should be followed when filling the engine coolant system. 1. Fill   cooling   system   until   coolant   reaches   bottom   of radiator filler opening.  Install radiator cap. 2. Set parking brake and start engine. 3. Allow   engine   to   operate   at   a   fast   idle   until   engine reaches its normal operating temperature. 4. After engine reaches its normal operating temperature, trapped air will be expelled from system. 5. With engine still running, add sufficient coolant to bring level  to  approximately  one  inch  below  bottom  of  filler neck. RADIATOR SHUTTERS Automatic  radiator  shutters  provide  increased  engine efficiency     and     economy     as     well     as     improved     heater performance. SHUTTERSTAT (With Air Filter) The   shutterstat,   in   conjunction   with   the   power   air cylinder, air filter and air pressure operate or close the shutter assembly as engine temperature decreases.  Tension springs within  the  shutter  assembly  open  the  shutter  as  engine      A temperature increases.  The air filter element in the shutterstat should be removed and cleaned at least once a year. THERMOSTAT Your  new  truck  is  equipped  at  the  factory  with  a  high temperature thermostat. Permanent   type   antifreeze   must   be   used   with   high temperature thermostats. WATER FILTER TO REPLACE: 1. Remove water filter assembly by turning counterclockwise.  Clean filter mounting pad. 2. Lubricate new gasket and place element in position on center  tube.    Hand  tighten  1/2  to  3/4  turn  after  gasket first     contacts     base     of     mounting     pad.         Do     not overtighten. 3. Start engine and check for leaks. 6

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