TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES (NON-ERROR CODE) - CONTINUED
Table 11. Autolube
System Not Lubricating Properly (USMC Only)
Troubleshooting Procedures (Non-Error Code).
TEST OR INSPECTION
Autolube System Not Lubricating Properly 1. Ensure Autolube reservoir is Consult the Lubrication
filled above 1/4 or more and Instruction (WP 0050 00) for
lubricant is of proper type.
lubricant type and filling
2. Check operation of Autolube a. Initiate a manual pump cycle
procedure for "Autolube Pump
Not Working (USMC Only)" in
this work package.
3. Locate the main distribution a. Observe if the pin is moving in
valve located in the storage
and out during a manual cycle.
the b. Replace
batteries. Inspect for damage
4. Check all of the Autolube a. At any suspected lube point;
system lubrication points for
remove the Autolube tubing
signs of lubrication emerging.
and fitting. Install a grease
A lube point with no signs of
fitting (part #160) and try to
lubrication over a period of
manually lubricate with a
several lube cycles may
indicate a "plugged" lube b. Repair any "plugged" lube
point and reinstall the
Autolube fitting and tubing.
5. Check for lubricant leaking a. Disconnect each outlet tube
from pressure limiting valve
one at a time at the main
located on the side of the pump
b. Identify the tube that had
c. Reconnect the tubes and run a
manual lube cycle.
6. Use the Autolube tubing layout a. Disconnect each outlet tube at
the secondary distribution
trace the identified tube to the
valve one at a time until you
secondary distribution valve.
identify the one with pressure
b. Use the tubing layout diagram
to trace the identified tube to
the "plugged" lube point.