TM 5-3810-207-20/TO 36C23-3-37-12
56. Carrier Transmission and Transfer Case
Fill to level with proper
lubricant (LO 5-3810-
Rods and levers out of
Adjust the alinement
(pars. 308 and 309).
57. Carrier Differentials Excessively Noisy While
Wheel bearings worn
Replace wheel bearings
(pars. 284 and 286).
Lack of lubricant or use
Check lubrication for
of improper grade of
proper grade and amount
lubricant in differ-
as specified in LO
Differential gears worn
Report to field main-
or out of adjustment.
tenance. 3d echelon.
Section V. FIELD EXPEDIENT REPAIRS
Organizational maintenance troubles may occur
while the crane-shovel is operating in the field where
supplies and repair parts are not available and normal
corrective action cannot be performed. When this
condition exists, the following expedient repairs may be
used in emergencies, upon the decision of the unit
commander. Equipment so repaired must be removed
from operation as soon as possible and properly
repaired before being placed in operation again.
59. Air Cleaner Does Not Function
Air cleaner clogged
Remove the filter element
and operate engine until
new filter element can
60. Radiator Hose Looks
Tape hose and operate
engine until a new hose
can be installed.
61. Loss of Fuel
Cracked fuel line
Tape fuel line and operate
until a new line can be
Gasket broken on
Remove sediment bowl and
make new gasket from
a piece of heavy paper;
use until a new gasket
can be installed.
62. Engine Overheats
Remove defective thermo-
stat and operate without
thermostat until a new
one can be installed
(pars. 98 and 259).
63. Ignition Switch Fails to Make Contact
Install a jumper wire
across the ignition
switch terminals and
operate until a new
ignition switch can
64. Light Switch Will Not Operate
Use same procedure as in
Section VI. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
65. General Methods Used to Attain Proper
Essentially, suppression is attained by providing a
low resistance path to ground for the stray currents. The
methods used include shielding the ignition and high-
frequency wires, grounding the frame with bonding
straps, and using capacitors and resistors. For general
information on radio interference suppression see TM
66. Interference Suppression Components
Primary Suppression Components.
The interference ground strap is illustrated
on figure 5.