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Table 4-1. Unit PMCS-Continued
Item
Interval
No.  W M
S
A
B
ITEM TO BE INSPECTED/Procedures
6
BRAKE SYSTEM - Continued
R-12 Relay Valves
*
Check that valve is in place and free of cracks, corrosion, or visible damage.
Check attaching hardware and hose connections for tightness.
Replace/tighten as required (see para 4-154).
Push-Pull Brake Control Valves
*
Check that valve is in place and free of visible damage. Check attaching
hardware is in place/tight. Check knob for cracks/looseness. Check hose
connections are tight. Replace/tighten as required (see para 4-145).
D2 Governor, SR-1 Spring Brake Valve
*
Check that attaching hardware is in place and tight. Check hose
connections/clamps on underside are tight.
Air Tanks
WARNING
Death or serious injury could occur if compressed air is directed
against the skin. When working with compressed air always use eye
protection and other personal protective equipment.
*
Check that attaching hardware is in place/tight. Check all plugs/fittings are
in place/tight. Check hose connections are tight. Check drain cock is tight,
free of damage. Check drain cock operates smoothly, closes properly.
Air Dryer
*
Check attaching hardware, hose, wiring connections are tight. Check orifice
at bottom of dryer is free of obstruction.
7
STEERING ASSEMBLY
Steering Gear
*
Inspect steering gear for signs of wear, leakage, or other damage. Operate
gear and check relief valve in gear operates before wheels reach left or right
hand stops. Adjust gear as required.
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