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FOURTH MONTH STORAGE SERVICE
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.  GENERAL INSTRUCTION Adequate  protection  and  storage  of  new  vehicles  is  a strict responsibility of the dealer or branch. The following procedures are to be used for storing all vehicles.    Satisfactory  storage  arrangements  are  less costly and troublesome in the long run than haphazard, unplanned methods. Claims arising from loss and damage that occur while the   vehicle   is   in   storage   will   not   be   considered   for reimbursement by the Warranty Processing Center. As   rapid   stock   turnover   is   desirable,   sales   efforts should be centered on those vehicles that have been on hand and in storage for the longest period of time. Check   your   own   arrangements   against   the   following suggestions and correct situations which create unnecessary expense and selling problems. Parking Area Whenever  possible,  vehicles  should  be  stored  indoors in   a   dry,   well   ventilated   area   and   protected   from sunlight.    When  circumstances  do  not  permit,  definite precautions   must   be   taken   to   eliminate   conditions which would result in product deterioration, unwarranted expense, and later customer dissatisfaction. CAUTION: A. Do  not  park  near  transformers  or  electrical  motors, as   when   the   protection   wax   contained   in   the   tire compound  cracks,  ozone  in  the  air  will  attack  the exposed area. B. Do not park near trees, or where high weeds or grass exist.  This will prevent damage from birds, tree and weed sad or insects which cause stain. C. Do  not  park  near  railroad  tracks,  industrial  smoke areas,  paint  shops,  or  where  street  and  road  splash could contact vehicle. D. When   the   vehicle   cannot   be   parked   on   a   level surface, block wheels. Body-Cab A. If   necessary   wash   vehicle.      Washing   should   be followed  by  wiping  of  horizontal  surfaces  to  remove any water.  Never wash the vehicle in the direct rays of the hot sun nor when the sheet metal is hot to the touch,  as  this  may  cause  streaks  on  the  finish.    Do not  use  hot  water  or  strong  soaps  or  detergents  or wise   off   dirt   when   the   surface   is   dry   as   this   will scratch the paint. B. WAXING OR POLISHING NEW VEHICLES Prior  to  use  of  any  wax  or  polish,  vehicle  must  be thoroughly washed. C. Carefully  check  the  paint  and  touch  up)  all  exposed primed or raw metal surfaces to prevent rust. D. Clean and wax all chrome and Stainless steel metal parts with a thick coat of custom auto wax to prevent discoloration  from  the  elements.    NOTE:  After  each washing  be  sure  that  the  chrome  and  bright  metal parts are rewaxed as necessary. CTS-2128-P  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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