4-4. INTRODUCTION -Continued
(1) Inspect cab body for shipping damage as described in para a. (1) above.
(2) Check all doors, latches, and hinges operate correctly; replace any which are defective. Refer to
(3) Check all windows for cracks and proper seating within weather stripping; replace or repair as
(4) Check all lamps and beacons for dirty or broken lenses. Clean or replace as required. Refer to para
(5) Check seats and belts are properly installed and are adjustable. Replace seats if fabric is damaged
or seat is not adjustable. Replace seat belt if belt fabric is damaged (cuts or abrasions greater than
1/4 in. (6 mm) long), belt is not adjustable, or fastener is broken. Refer to para 4-105 through 4-108 .
(6) Check level of solvent in windshield washer reservoirs. Refill as required.
(7) Check that all switches and controls are set to OFF or NEUTRAL, see Chapter 2.
c. Chassis, Axle, Wheels.
(1) Check tire pressure 90 psi (75 kPa) front, 110 psi (148 kPa) rear. Inflate as required.
(2) Inspect each tire for serious cuts, separated tread, or lumps. Remove all foreign objects lodged in
(3) Check axle vents to ensure freedom from obstruction.
(4) Check lubricant level in front and rear differentials. Add oil (Item 30, Appendix E) as required. Check
for any leaks.
(5) Check front and rear suspension for loose bolts, broken springs or damaged parts. Replace s
(6) Check all wheel mounting nuts for proper torque; 450 ft lb (612 Nm) (dry).
(7) Check steering reservoir for proper fluid level. Add automatic transmission fluid (Item 12,
(8) Examine steering linkages and steering gear for shipping damage.
d. Fuel System.
(1) Check fuel tank level and fill as necessary.
(2) Inspect fuel line connections for evidence of leakage. Tighten or remake joints, as require Refer to