PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) INTRODUCTION - CONTINUED
GENERAL LUBRICATION PROCEDURES - CONTINUED
a. Drain fuel/water separator weekly. Dispose of drained fluid properly.
b. Replace fuel filter every 300 hours of operation.
In order to properly check the transmission oil level, the following steps MUST be followed:
a. Park the RTCH on level ground.
b. Set parking brake.
c. Place the transmission selector in neutral "N" position.
d. Start engine and idle until operating temperature is reached.
e. Remove transmission oil dipstick, clean, and reinstall.
f. Remove and check transmission oil level at least two times. Correct transmission oil level should be within two indi-
cator marks at end of dipstick.
g. If level is low, add transmission oil as follows: Add oil through transmission oil fill opening until level on dipstick is
within two indicator marks end of dipstick.
With transmission at operating temperature, the transmission oil level MUST NOT exceed the
upper indicator mark. If the oil level is above this mark, notify Organizational Maintenance.
With transmission at operating temperature, if transmission oil level is below the lower indicator
mark, transmission oil level MUST be increased to be between indicator marks.
Every 300 hours, retract locking pins. Cover pins with a thin coat of Grease, Automotive and Artillery GAA (Item 7,
WP 0019 00), then extend pins and lock pins into extended position.
END OF WORK PACKAGE