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EQUIPMENT CONDITION
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 3-6.  RADIATOR/COOLING SYSTEM This task covers: Service MATERIAL/PARTS REQUIRED Antifreeze, Permanent, Item 29, Appendix E EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (para 2-12 .) APU Shutdown (para 2-16 .) Batteries Disconnected (para 4-114 .) Engine Enclosure Covers Open Service. CAUTION Never put coolant in a hot engine.  The engine block or cylinder head can be cracked due to difference in temperature between engine block or cylinder head and coolant. Add coolant to radiator only when engine is stopped or idling. NOTE Clean  cooling  system  every  2000  hours  of  operation  or  once every  year.  in  areas  where  water  has  a  high  mineral  content, clean cooling system more frequently. (a) Operate vehicle until engine is warm. Park vehicle on level surface, apply parking brake, and shut down engine. WARNING To  remove  radiator  cap  when  engine  is  hot, turn radiator cap slowly with a glove or rag to first  stop  position  to  relieve  pressure  before removing cap.  This will prevent painful bums. (b) Using a glove or rag to prevent burns, slowly turn   radiator   cap   (1) counterclockwise to first stop position to relieve system pressure, and after  system  pressure is safely relieved remove radiator cap (1). NOTE Cooling system has a capacity of 13.8 gallons (52I) (c) Open radiator drain cock (2) and drain coolant into suitable container. 3-25

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