PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES INCLUDING
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS -- CONTINUED
TABLE 6 LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS -- CONTINUED
5. TOWING CABLES
Cable rope can become frayed or contain broken
wires. Wear heavy leather--palmed work gloves
(item 18, Table 2, WP 0128 00) when handling
cable. Frayed or broken wires can injure hands.
DAILY -- If towing cables have been used, clean cable, then
lubricate with GRSWR.
6. TRANSMISSION OIL LEVEL CHECK
To verify that sufficient oil is present in the trans-
mission to permit engine to be started.
Transmission oil level must be checked prior to start-
ing vehicle engine to ensure that sufficient oil is pres-
ent to permit starting. If vehicle is operated with
transmission oil level below ADD mark on the oil lev-
el gauge rod, reliability and durability of transmission
may be reduced.
Open left side engine deck exhaust grille and exhaust deflec-
tor (WP 0032 00). Open transmission oil filler tube access
doors. Remove oil gauge rod from oil filler tube and clean oil
gauge rod. Insert oil gauge rod into transmission oil filler
tube. Remove oil gauge rod and verify that oil is present on
oil gauge rod.
OIL GUAGE ROD
CHECK OIL -- ENGINE STOPPED