SECTlON V: TROUBLESHOOTlNG
D Open grille doors. Have assistant apply brakes.
Check that black mark on brake rod is in alinement
with brake adjustment gage. Adjust brakes ii
required (see paragraph 7-l).
Attempt to lift each roadwheel of vehicle with a
crowbar. If wheel can be lifted, torsion bar is broken.
Replace broken torsion bar (see paragraph 8-2).
Care should be taken when feeling wheel
hubs, they can be hot enough to bum.
F Immediately after vehicle operation, feel all
roadwheel hubs for noticeable temperature
difference. An overheated hub indicates an
unadjusted, inadequately lubricated, or damaged
bearing. Replace defective roadwheel bearings (see
Care should be taken when feeling shocks,
they can be hot enough to bum.
G Immediately after vehicle operation, feel all shock
absorbers. If heat is not felt, shock absorber is
malfunctioning. Replace shock absorber (see
Inspect track shoes for serviceability (refer to TM 9-
2350-200-24). Replace unserviceable track shoes
(refer to TM 9-2350-256-10).
Inspect roadwheels and track support rollers for
serviceability (refer to TM 9-2350-200-2-2). Replace
unserviceable roadwheels (see paragraph 8-1) and
support rollers (see paragraphs 8-6 and 8-7).
M E C H A N I C A L T R A N S M I S S I O N
Mechanical transmission fails to operate, slips, or chatters.
Do steps A through D.
Remove front air inlet grilles (see paragraph 9-57).
Inspect power takeoff coupling to see that drive
shaft is firmly attached to power takeoff coupling.
Tighten bolts and/or replace missing bolts and