FRAME ASSEMBLY REPAIR.
This task covers: Repair
Equipment Conditions - continued
Shop Equipment, Welding field maintenance.
Spider plate and filter elements removed. Refer to para
(Appendix B, Section III, Item 6)
Water sump cover and gasket removed. Refer to para
Defrost door and shroud removed.
Refer to para
Tank removed. Refer to para 4-24.
Wheel, detent pin, gear mount and pivot
Latch pin, latch plate and jumper cable removed.
removed. Refer to para 4-28.
Refer to para 4-14.
Identification and instruction plates removed. Refer to
Air vent and drain tube removed. Refer to para
Ground cable assembly removed. Refer to para 4-31
Water drain valve and piping removed. Refer to
Water detection adapter assembly removed. Refer to para
Tiedown straps removed. Refer to para 4-17.
Dust plug, dust cap, and tank couplings
General Safety Instructions
removed. Refer to para 4-20.
Pressure relief valve and tubing removed. Refer to
Do not smoke within 100 feet of filter-separator.
Pressure tubing removed. Refer to para 4-22.
Fuel is toxic to skin, eyes, and respiratory tract.
DP gage removed. Refer to para 4-23.
Lifting or moving heavy equipment can cause injury.
Access cover and gasket removed. Refer to para
Refer to figure 5-2.
Lifting or moving heavy equipment incorrectly can cause serious injury. Do
not try to lift or move more than 50 pounds by yourself. Get an assistant.
Bend legs while lifting. Do not support weight with your back.
(1) Check welds for cracks or breaks on frame assembly (1). Welds will be in accordance with TM9-237.
(2) Straighten bends found in frame.
(3) Check painted surfaces for chipped, blistered or missing paint Treat and paint exposed surfaces in
accordance with TM 43-0139 and MIL-L-T-704.