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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 LUBRICATION Table A - Arctic Oil Recommendations Parameter (Test Method) Specifications Performance Quality Level API Class CC/SC  or API Class CC/CD Viscosity 10,000 Centistokes Maximum @ -34°  C (-30°  F) 5.75 Centistokes Minimum @ 99°  C (210°  F) Pour Point (ASTM D-97) At least -12°  C (10°  F) below lowest expected ambient temperature. Ash, Sulfated (ASTM D-874) 1.85% by Weight  Maximum IMPORTANT Due to extreme operating conditions, oil change intervals should be carefully evaluated paying particular attention  to  viscosity  changes  and  total  base  number  decrease.    Oil  designed  to  meet  MIL-L10295-A, which is now void, and SAE 5W mineral oils should not be used. DETROIT DIESEL Detroit Diesel engines have given optimum performance and experienced the longest life with MIL-L2104B (API designation "CC"), SAE 40 oils with the following physical property limitations. 1.  Sulfated ash (ASTM D-874) of 1.00 percent maximum weight, except lubricants that contain only barium detergent dispersants where 1.50 percent by-weight is allowed. 2.    Zinc,  as  zinc  diorganodithiophosphate,  shall  be  a  minimum  of  0.07 percent by weight. SAE 40 grade oil is recommended for year-round use. An SAE 30 oil should be used only when the ambient temperatures and engine cranking capabilities resalt in difficult starting.  The use of lower viscosity oils (below 30 grade) or multigrade products will usually result in less than normal engine life. CTS-2412S  Page 7 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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