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Definitions of symbols used in designation of type lubricants recommended in LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_931
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL   TM5-4210-230-14&P-1 LUBRICATION Symbol Type Lubricant G Dexron Automatic Transmission Fluid H SAE-10W Engine Oil for temperatures -18 deg. C (0 deg. F) and up.  For temperatures below -18 deg. C (0 deg. F) use three parts SAE-10W engine oil to one part kerosene.  The mixture can safely be used in temperatures up to 0 deg. C  (32 deg. F). J Lock Oil K SAE-10W-40 Engine Oil L Super Heavy Duty "DOT 3" M SAE-85W-140     Gear     Lubricant     or     SAE-90     SP     Type     Lubricant,     meeting     MIL-L-2105B Specification. N Penetrating Oil O WARNER Engine Oil (SE, CC, CD) SAE-30 Below 0 deg. C (+32 deg. F) SAE-50 Above 0 deg. C (+32 deg. F) Mineral Gear Oil SAE-80 Below -18 deg. C ( 0 deg. F) (Rust and Oxidation Inhibited) SAE-80,90 Below 0 deg. C (+32 deg. F) SAE-90,140 Above 0 deg. C (+32 deg. F) P Use straight mineral oil SAE-90 for temperatures -18 deg. C (0 deg. F) and up.  Use SAE-80 for temperatures  below  -18  deg.  C  (0  deg.  F).    Special  recommendations:    Where  temperature  is consistently below -18 deg.  C (0 deg. F) and where parked vehicles are exposed to unusual cold for long periods, use SAE-75.  Where temperatures are consistently above 32 deg.  C (90 deg. F) or unusually hot, use SAE-140 straight mineral oil. Q FULLER-NEW PROCESS Engine Oil (SE, CC, CD) SAE-30 Below -12 deg. C (+10 deg. F) SAE-40,50 Above -12 deg. C (+10 deg. F) Mineral Gear Oil SAE-80 Below -12 deg. C (+10 deg. F) (Rust and Oxidation Inhibited) SAE-90 Above -12 deg. C (+10 deg. F) R SAE-30 heavy duty engine oil or rear axle gear lubricant. S SAE-20W-30 Engine Oil.  Is compatible with symbol G. T Clean element when air restriction exceeds 51 cm (20 in.) of water or 3.8 cm (1.5 in.) of mercury. Air Pressure Cleaning: Compressed air can be used to blow out the element from the clean air side out. Washing  Procedure:  .  Filter  element  can  be  washed  with  any  good  non-sudsing,  household detergent.    Use  warm  water  49  deg.  60  deg.  C  (120  deg.  140  deg.  F).  Flush  filter  with  gentle stream until drain water is clean. Air dry element before using.  Also inspect after every cleaning for  damage  or  rupture.    Wipe  all  internal  parts  clean  before  reassembling.    Replace  gasket regularly. CTS-2412S  Page 2 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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