Table 3-3. Field Expedient Repairs-Continued
Field expedient repair
3. Fuel, oil, or other fluid leaks.
Lines cracked or perforated.
Take leaking area of line until defective
can be replaced.
4. Engine will not start.
a. Fuel sediment bowl completely
a. Remove sediment bowl and blow out lines
and bowl with compressed air
b. Air cleaner so dogged it cannot
b. Remove air cleaner output hose and
operate with out air cleaner
5. Engine overheats and oil tem-
Engine oil filter elements clogged
Remove filter elements and operate without.
perature is too high.
Section VII. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
a. Interference. The term "interference" as used in
this manual applies to electrical disturbances in the radio
frequency range, which are generated by the Model M-320-T
truck crane, and which may interfere with the proper
operation of radio receivers or other electronic equipment.
b. Interference Suppression. The term "interference
suppression" as used in this manual applies to the methods
used to eliminate or effectively reduce the radio interference
generated by the Model M-320-T truck crane.
3-36. General Methods of Suppression
Essentially, suppression is attained by providing a low
used include shielding the ignition and high frequency wires,
grounding to the frame with bonding straps, and using
capacitors and resistors.
3-37. Interference Suppression Components
a. Primary Suppression Components. The primary
suppression components are those whose primary function is
to suppress radio interference. These components are
b. Secondary Suppression Components. These
components have radio interference suppression functions
which are incidental or secondary to their primary function.
components of both the upper and the carrier.
3-38. Replacement of Suppression
Refer to figure 3-26 and replace the radio interference
tion, removal, and installation. (Sheet I of 2)