PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES INCLUDING
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS -- CONTINUED
TABLE 6 LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS -- CONTINUED
1. HOIST WINCH CABLE
Cable can become frayed or contain broken wires. Wear
heavy leather--palmed work gloves when handling cable.
Frayed or broken wires can injure hands. Never let moving
cable slide through hands, even when wearing gloves (item
16, Table 2, WP 0128 00). A broken wire could cut through
glove and cut hand.
Keep tension on cable during payout and inhaul operations.
Failure to do so may result in equipment damage.
DAILY -- If winch has been used, unwind used portion of cable and
clean. Lubricate with OE/HDO. Rewind cable on drum.
2. HOIST WINCH OIL LEVEL CHECK
Park vehicle on level surface. Open subfloor access door (WP
Oil level must be checked while oil is cold, failure to check
while oil is cold will result in an incorrect oil level reading.
Verify oil level is between the middle and top of the sight gauge.
Do not fill above top of sight gauge, as correct oil level can-
not be determined.
If oil is below the middle of the sight gauge, remove the vent/fill plug
and add proper grade oil (WP 0101 00--65) until the oil level is be-
tween the middle and top of the sight gauge.Clean vent/fill plug with
P--D--680 , Item 11, WP 0130 00 and install.
HOIST WINCH DRAIN
PLUG IS LOCATED IN