- KEY -
- Brake Fluid,
*See Note 13 for lubricant specification number
FOR OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT IN
1. ARMY OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM (AOAP). For
PROTRACTED COLD TEMPERATURES BELOW -
Active Army units, obtain samples from engine' and
150F (-260C).Remove lubricants prescribed in Key for
automatic transmission every 50 hours of operation or 60
temperatures above -150F (-26 C). Relubricate with
days (whichever comes first). Reserve and National
lubricants specified in Key for temperatures below -150F
Guard activities will use 50 hours or 120 days as the
(-26C). If OEA lubricant is required to meet the
prescribed sample intervals. Reserve and National
temperature ranges prescribed in the Key, OEA lubricant
Guard equipment in frequent use during active training
is to be used in place of OE/HDO1 0 lubricant for all
period will adhere to the schedule for Active Army units.
temperature ranges where OE/HDO-10 is specified in
As a minimum, one sample from each unit's two week
active training period will be submitted for each item of
equipment. Send these samples to the nearest AOAP
3. OIL CAN POINTS. Each 50 hours lubricate yoke
Refer to TB 43-0210 for sampling
pins, pivot pins, door hinges and fasteners, control
instructions. When or if AOAP laboratory support is
linkages and all exposed adjusting threads with OE/H
unavailable, hard time intervals will apply.
4. ENGINE OIL LEVEL HOT OR COLD CHECK. Cold
* Do not hold oil samples. Submit oil
engine, oil level should be at high mark on dipstick. Hot
samples as soon as they have been taken.
engine, oil level must be between high and low marks on
dipstick (allow to set 5 minutes before checking).
* Seasonal oil changes will be made due to
5. ENGINE. Oil is to be changed each time an engine
oil change is directed by AOAP laboratory. When AOAP
laboratory support is not available, change oil each, 100
hours. Drain when lubricant is warm.
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