AFTER ROAD TEST
Upon completion of road test, perform TM 9-2350-256-10 PMCS.
Main engine, transmission, auxiliary power unit engine, power takeoff, winch gearcases, and hydraulic
reservoir will not be drained unless expected temperatures require drain and fill with different viscosity
oil. Refer to WP 0097 00 for detailed instructions. The preservative oil in the transmission is good for
100 miles (160 km) and should not be drained during vehicle deprocessing.
CORRECTION OF DEFICIENCIES
Equipment faults found during deprocessing or during break-in period will be corrected. Service equipment faults which
appear to involve unsatisfactory design or material will be reported on DA Form 5504 (Maintenance Request), as prescribed in
Preliminary Servicing of Equipment
Servicing of Equipment
Complete lubricating instructions are contained in TM 9-2350-256-10 and WP 0097 00 which prescribes cleaning and lubricating
procedures including locations, intervals, and the proper materials. Lubrication will be performed in accordance with TM
will assist Unit Maintenance personnel.
Any special lubricating instructions for specific mechanisms or parts are covered in TM 9-2350-256-10.
Service intervals specified in TM 9-2350-256-10 and WP 0097 00 are for normal operation and where moderate temperature,
humidity, and atmospheric conditions prevail. For lubrication procedures and instructions under unusual conditions refer to TM
Oil sampling of engine and transmission will be conducted as prescribed in DA PAM 738-750 (Army Oil Analysis Program).
Sampling will be done every 25 hours of engine and transmission or every 30 days, whichever comes first, or as directed by the
servicing oil analysis laboratory.
Reports and Records
Report unsatisfactory performance of prescribed petroleum fuels, lubricants, or preserving materials, using DA Form 5504
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