HOPPERS AND CHUTES
a. Check for proper operation.
b. Check deflectors for proper adjustment. When
Incorrect deflector adjustment.
hopper is loaded, deflectors should barely
touch conveyor belt.
Note: Do not overtighten valve
Turn the engine off. Use your hand to open the
Contaminated fuel visible
drain valve. Turn the valve screw counter clock-
wise about 1/2-2 turns until draining occurs.
Drain the filter sump of water until clear fuel is
visible, and close fingertight only.
Note: Do not overtighten valve.
Open the drain valve. Drain sediment and
Tank or drain valve leaking.
Condensation from fuel tank into suitable
(Class III leak only)
close the valve fingertight.
Warning: Cooling system is pressurized.
Remove radiator cap slowly and only when
engine is cool (below 120°F) or painful burns
Check coolant level. Maintain coolantlevel to
Coolant low, any leaks, radiator
1 in. from bottom of filler neck. Check shrouds
for blocked.cracks, breaks, and damage.
Check water pump and hoses for leaks. Check
radiator to ensure cooling fins are free of mud,
dirt, and debris.
Warning: Do not smoke or allow any flames
or sparks in the vicinity while checking or
filling the battery. The battery generates
hydrogen, a highly explosive gas.
Warning: Battery acid (electrolyte) is extreme-
ly dangerous. Serious injury to personnel
may result if battery acid contacts skin or
Check electrolyte level. If level of electrolyte is
Electrolyte is less than. ½ in. above
less than ½ in above plates report it to organi-
zational plates. maintenance.
ITEM TO BE INSPECTED
PROCEDURE: CHECK FOR AND HAVE REPAIRED,
FILLED, OR ADJUSTED AS NEEDED
EQUIPMENT IS NOT