f. Make sure intake and compensating ports (the
removed, replace them as shown in figure 7-2. Lubricate al
holes between housing bore and housing reservoir) are
parts with fluid of the type used in the system.
open. It is difficult to see the compensating port, but a
b. Install spring (8) in housing (14) as shown. Install cups (7
soft copper wire not larger than 0.020 inch diameter can
and 5) on piston (6) and install piston (6) in housing (14).
be used to probe the parts without danger of damage.
c. Install washer (4) and lock wire t3).
g. Replace spring (8) if any sign of cracks, damage,
d. Place boot (2) over end of housing (14) and install push
or permanent set are visible. Compare the spring to a
rod (1). It will be necessary to wrap the assembly for protection if
new spring, if possible. Replace cups (5 and 7) whenever
it is not to be reinstalled in the machine immediately. The
piston is removed.
wrapping should be sufficiently tight to prevent push rod (1) from
a. If any parts (9 through 18) have been
Section III. REPAIR OF ENGINE CONTROL PANEL
Warning: Always disconnect battery cables before attemptin
The control panel consists of switches, gages, and
to remove the control panel. If the panel is accidentally grounde
control devices as required to control and monitor all
with the battery cables installed, the panel will be destroyed an
serious injury to personnel could result.
7-12. Repair Procedures
The panel can be removed as an assembly by removing
Refer to TM 5-3810-294-20 for engine control panel repa
the eight mounting screws located around the perimeter
of the panel and removing electrical leads.
Section IV. REPAIR OF OPERATOR'S SEAT
7-14. Repair Procedures
Refer to figure 7-3 and repair or replace any faulty item of the
Refer to TM 5-3810-294-20 for removal and installation
operator's seat assembly.
procedures of operator's seat.
1. Nut (2)
2. Washer (2)
4. Capscrew (2)
5. Back cushion
6. Seat cushion
7. Capscrew (41
8. Washer (4)
9. Washer (4)
10. Washer (4)
11. Nut (4)
13. Pin with chain