PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES INCLUDING
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS -- CONTINUED
Lubrication Instructions -- Continued
Lubricating Oil, Transmission Drive Train
Lubricating Oil, Chain, Wire Rope, Exposed Gear(W--L--751)
Hydraulic Fluid, Fire Retardant (MIL--H--46170)
Grease, Automotive and Artillery (MIL--G--10924)
Lubrication Oil, Gear, Multi--purpose (MIL--L--2105)
Lubricating Oil, Internal Combustion Engine, Arctic
Lubricating Oil, Tactical Service (MIL--L--2104)
Lubricating Oil, General Purpose Preservative (VV--L--800)
(1) Routine applications. TM 9--2350--292--20--1 and 20--2 contains maintenance instructions which the
Unit mechanic must use to perform his duties.
(2) Crew participation. The crew will accompany the vehicle and help the Unit mechanics perform the Unit
(3) Vehicle cleanliness. The crew should bring a clean vehicle to a scheduled preventive maintenance ser-
vice. It should be dry and not caked with mud. Washing the vehicle should not be done just before an in-
spection. Some defects, such as loose parts and oil leaks, may not be noticed immediately after washing.
Unit level services. Defined by and limited to, the following general procedures. Approval to perform higher level
services must be given by the supporting maintenance unit.
(1) Adjustment. Make all needed adjustments using instructions in this TM and/or technical bulletins.
(2) Cleaning. Clean the unit to remove old lubricant, dirt and other foreign matter. Special cleaning instruc-
tions are given as needed.
(3) Special lubrication. Applies either to lubrication operations that do not appear in the Lubrication Instruc-
tions or to items that do appear, but which should be done with the annual service.