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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 1-10.  LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS (11)  Easy access to all vital components and equipment. a.  Cab, Body, and Aerial. (1)   The cab is divided into two sections.  The front portion of the cab (the cockpit) is equipped with an air- ride driver's seat and one passenger seat.  The back portion of the cab (the canopy) is equipped with four jump seats.  The cockpit is equipped with a complete set of gauges and controls.  Access to the engine compartment can be gained through the canopy. (2)   The pump compartment portion of the truck is located between the cab and hose body.  The street side pump panel is equipped with a complete set of controls and gauges for operation of the pump and APU. The curbside pump panel is equipped with suction and discharge outlets.  A pull-out step is attached to the running board on the streetside. (3) The hosebody portion of the truck includes ail equipment storage compartments and hose bins.  The aerial hydraulic tank, foam tank, and water tank are also located in the hosebody. (4) The  aerial  portion  of  the  truck  includes:  the  aerial  ladder  and  nozzle,  turntable,  control  panels  and outriggers.  A hydraulic system powers the aerial ladder. b.  Lights and Safety Equipment. (1) The lights are grouped as follows: driving lights, warning lights, work lights, and auxiliary lights. (2) The headlights, parking lights, tail lights, marker lights, and license plate light make up the driving lights group.  These lights are controlled and operated by the driver from the dash panel. (3) The signal lights, consisting of the turn signal lights, stop lights, and back-up lights are used to indicate to other traffic that the truck is about to change direction, slow down, or stop.  The turn signal lights are directly  controlled  by  the  driver.    The  stop  lights  automatically  illuminate  when  the  brake  pedal  is applied. The back-up lights together with a back-up alarm, operate when the transmission is shifted into reverse  gear.    In  addition  to  normal  turn  indication,  all  the  turn  signal  lights  can  be  selected  to  flash simultaneously.  This feature is used to indicate road hazard conditions. (4) The  warning  lights  include  the  rotating  roof  beacons,  crossfire  lights,  and  rear  strobe  lights.    These lights are designed to warn other traffic and pedestrians of approaching emergency vehicle. (5) The  work  lights  include:  two  cab  mounted  spotlights,  two  rear  deck  spotlights,  four  aerial  mounted spotlights, and two 110 VAC hose body mounted portable spotlights.  The cab mounted spotlights can be aimed individually from the cab. (6) The auxiliary lights include: dash panel lights, pump panel lights, cab maplights, engine compartment lights, storage compartment lights, and step lights.  These lights are provided for crew convenience and safety. (7) Rear view mirrors including two rectangular mirrors and two convex mirrors are attached to the front cab doors. (8) Grab handles, located at all crew stations, are provided for safety when climbing on and off of truck. (9) An  electronic  siren/PA  (public  address)  unit  is  installed  in  the  cab  accessible  to  both  driver  and crewmember.  The speaker is mounted behind the front bumper.  The two air horns located on the cab roof are controlled by a pull rope from inside the cab. 1-4

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