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RADIATOR/COOLING SYSTEM - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_125
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TIRES AND RIMS - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_127
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 3-6.  RADIATOR/COOLING SYSTEM - Continued (d) Open cylinder block drain cocks on each side of cylinder block at rear, below exhaust manifolds and at front of engine. (e) Open oil cooler housing drain cock at extreme bottom. (f) Close radiator drain cock (2), cylinder block drain cocks, and oil cooler housing drain cock. (g) Fill radiator with soft clean water and install radiator cap (1). (h) Reconnect batteries (para 4-114).  Start and run main engine for 15 minutes. (i) Shut down main engine. (j) Open  radiator  drain  cock  (2),  engine  block  drain  cocks,  and  oil  cooler  housing  drain  cock,  and  drain water. (k) Close radiator drain cock (2), engine block drain cocks, and oil cooler housing drain cock. WARNING Compressed  air  used  for  cleaning  and  drying  purposes  will  not exceed   30   psi.   Use   only   with   effective   chip   guarding   and personal protective equipment. (I) Using compressed air, clean exterior of radiator and remove foreign matter obstructing passage of air. (m) Remove radiator cap. (n) Fill radiator with solution of 50 percent water and 50 percent permanent antifreeze (Item 29, Appendix E). NOTE Radiator is full when coolant is visible through sight glass (3). (o) Install radiator cap (1). (p) Start and run main engine at 1/2 throttle for approximately 5 minutes.  Check for coolant leak at drain cock (2), and tighten if necessary. (q) Stop main engine after 30 minutes and check coolant level through sight glass (3). 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 ill prevent painful burns. (r) Add coolant as needed. 3-26

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