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Installation (cont) - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_885
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-38.  AIR DRYER-Continued (3)   Install the O-ring (8) on the check valve assembly (7), then install the assembly in the end cover using a socket.  Torque to 200-250 in lbs (23-28, Nm). (4)   Install  the  desiccant  O-ring  (29)  in  its  groove  in  the  end  cover.    Using  a  light  coat  of  barium  grease (Item 51, Appendix E), lubricate the bottom of the desiccant cartridge in the area that will contact the O-ring (29) and end cover (32).  Screw the desiccant cartridge into the end cover until contact is made between it and the O-ring.  Using a strap to chain wrench positioned 2-3" (51-76 mm) from the bottom of  the  cartridge,  turn  the  desiccant  cartridge  clockwise  180-225  degrees  beyond  the  position  where initial contact was made between the cartridge and end cover O-ring.  Torque should not exceed 50 ft lbs (68 Nm). (5)   Install the end cover outer housing O-ring (27) on the shoulder in the end cover (32).  Place the housing (25) over the desiccant cartridge and align the holes.  Install the six cap screws (22), lock nuts (23) and twelve   special   washers   (24),   making   certain   they   are   in   the   proper   position   as   marked   during disassembly.  The two longer cap screws (3) will be used to secure the air dryer to its mounting bracket. Tighten the six cap screws and nuts in a star pattern depending on lower bracket location.  Torque to 270-385 in lbs (31-43 Nm). NOTE The  two  remaining  bolt  holes  in  the  end  cover  and  two  cap screws MUST be the ones marked during disassembly to assure proper  orientation  of  the  ports  and  adequate  length  of  the  cap screws. e. Installation. (1)   Install the assembled air dryer back onto the vehicle by slipping it into the upper mounting bracket (30). Align the two unused holes in the end cover with the bottom mounting bracket (6) such that the bottom bracket  supports  air  dryer.    The  air  dryer  end  cover  (32)  should  rest  on  the  bracket.    Using  the remaining two cap screws (3), four special washers (5), and two lock nuts (4), secure the air dryer to the lower bracket.  Tighten the two remaining cap screws to 270-385 in lbs (31-43 Nm). (2)   Tighten the bolt (2), washer (33) and nut (34) on the upper mounting bracket (30).  Torque to 80-120 in lbs (9-13 Nm). (3)   Reconnect the three airlines to the proper ports on the end cover (identified during disassembly). (4)   Reconnect the vehicle wiring harness (1) to the air dryer heater and thermostat assembly connector by plugging it into the dryer connector until its lock tab snaps in place. f. Testing. NOTE Before   placing   the   vehicle   in   service,   perform   the   following tests: (1)   Close all reservoir drain cocks. (2)   Build up system pressure to governor cut-out and note that air dryer purges with an audible escape of air. 5-214

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