ARMY TM 9-6115-464-12
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-445-1
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-624-12
3-19 WIRING HARNESSES. Inspect engine, generator, and interconnecting wiring harnesses for loose connec-
tion, frayed insulation, or other damage.
3-20 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY.
(1) Inspect air cleaner housing for dents, defective paint, corrosion, missing hardware and other damage
(2) Inspect air cleaner condition switch for insecure mount and evidence of shorting or other damage.
3-21 DAY TANK ASSEMBLY.
Inspection. Inspect day tank assembly (Figure 1-5) for cracks, leaks, insecure mounting, loose or dam-
aged fuel lines, and loose electrical connections.
b. Service. Before and after each operation period, open the valve and allow any sediment and water to drain
into a suitable container. When clean fuel begins to emerge, dose the drain valve. For complete draining
of the tank, leave valve open until no more fuel will drain out.
3-22 FUEL FILTER AND STRAIN ASSEMBLY.
Inspection. Inspect fuel filter and strainer assembly for insecure mounting, cracks, dents, leaks, loose fuel
lines, and other discrepancies (Figure 3-4).
b. Service. Open the drain cocks on the fuel strainer housing and the fuel filter housing and allow the fuel
to drain into a suitable container.
3-23 START AID ASSEMBLY.
Inspection. Inspect start aid assembly for damage, insecure mounting, and loose fittings.
Start aid assembly is located on day tank assembly (Figure 1-5).
b. Service. Replace an unserviceable or empty ether tank as follows:
(1) Open ether tank bracket.
(2) Unscrew ether tank from the solenoid valve and discard.
(3) Inspect threads of replacement tank and solenoid valve for damage.
(4) Screw replacement tank onto solenoid valve hand tight.
(5) Close ether tank bracket.
3-24 FUEL TRANSFER PUMPS. Inspect fuel transfer pumps for damage, leaks, insecure mountings and loose
electrical and fuel connections.
3-25 RADIATOR GRILLE. Inspect the radiator grille for dirt, cracks, dents, insecure mounting, corrosion and oth-
3-26 SHUTTER ASSEMBLY AND THERMOSTAT.
a. Check shutter assembly for bent or dented louvers and for insecure mounting.
b. Check that control linkage is securely mounted and operates freely.
c. Inspect thermostat housing for cracks, leaks, excessive corrosion or other damage.