a. Reservoir too full.
17. Hard steering (vehicle
b. Filter clogged.
b. Replace reservoir or clean filter
a. Fluid level low.
18. Hard steering (vehicle stand-
b. Pump belt loose or glazed.
ing still, or trouble inter-
c. Tires worn, unbalanced wheels,
wrong air pressure, or out of
port any other difficulty to Direct
and General Support Mainte-
a. Improper brake adjustment.
19. Brakes "grab" or the vehicle
tends to turn when brakes
b. Worn brake linings.
20. Engine overspeeds
Incorrect speed governor
Section VI. FIELD EXPEDIENT REPAIRS
Carrier field expedient repairs are identical to
make temporary repairs as described.
ing and replacing the components is also
components used on the carrier engine are
identical to those used on the upper engine,
VII and service the carrier radio interference
and the method of test-
Section VIII. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
for the fuel system follows. The vapor given
off by gasoline is inflammable. Therefore,
The maintenance procedures allocated to
every precaution must be taken to prevent the
organizational level personnel are described in
vapor from igniting. Before working on any
this section. The procedures are grouped
fuel system component, stop the engine and
according to machine functions, beginning with
allow it to cool. Do not allow gasoline to come
those procedures having to do with the engine.
into contact with any part of the machine, and
7-40. Engine Fuel System
drain the fuel tank whenever any work is
a. General. The engine fuel system consists
performed on the fuel tank.
of the fuel tank, lines fuel pump, sediment
bowl, carburetor, cold weather starting aid
b. Fuel Tank Replacement. Refer to
components listed in this paragraph.
Organizational level maintenance authorized