OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE REPAIR PARTS,
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
3-2. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE REPAIR
AND EQUIPMENT. (Not
Organizational maintenance repair parts are listed
The tools required to perform operator and or-
and illustrated in the Organizational Intermediate
ganizational maintenance on the generator set are
(Field) (Direct and General Support) and Depot Main-
tenance Repair Parts and Spedal Tools List.
3-4. DETAILED LUBRICATION INFORMATION.
3-3. GENERAL LUBRICATION INFORMATION.
This paragraph contains lubrica-
tainers and store in a clean, dry place away from
tion instructions which are supplemen-
external heat. Allow no duet, dirt or ether foreign
tal to, and not specifically covered in
material to mix with the lubricants. Keep all lubri-
the Lubrication Order.
cation equipment clean and ready for use.
b. Cleaning. Keep all external parts not re-
Refer to Lubrication Order LO 5-
quiring lubrication free of lubricants. Before lubri-
6115-465-12 for lubrication instruc-
cating the generator set, wipe all lubrication points
free of dirt and grease. Clean all lubrication points
after lubricating to prevent accumulation of foreign
The dipstick is marked to indicate that
c. Engine Oil.
the crankcaee oil level maybe checked
and oil added while the engine is running
or stopped. Always make sure the cor-
at eight hour intervals or more often should oil con-
rect aide of the dipstick is checked. When
checking oil with engine running, remove
oil filler cap.
(2) A new or reconditioned engine shall have
the oil changed after 50 hours of operation. There-
c. When changing the engine crankcase oil,
after, the interval is lengthened to that described
never fill the crankcaee above the FULL mark on the
dependent on operating conditions.
dipstick. Do not allow the oil level to fall below the
ADD mark on the dipstick Service the oil filter ele-
ment each time that the crankcase oil is changed.
(3) Before draining the engine crankcase,
operate the engine until the engine coolant reaches
d. A seal in the dipstick cap prevents oil from
a minimum of 140% (60C) to insure maximum sus-
leading from the crankcase and foreign material
from entering. Keep the dipstick firmly seated on
the adapter tube at all times.
(4) Stop the engine. Remove the oil pan drain
plug and open the oil pan drain valve, to drain the
times to prevent pressure build-up in the engine
crankcase which will cause oil leakage from the
crank shaft seals.
All data on pages 3-2 and 3-3, including Figure 3-1, deleted.