10. Fuel the vehicle. While fueling, check for leaks at filler connections, fuel tank drain plugs, fuel line quick-
disconnects, fuel valve, and filters. Correct any leaks found.
11. Check oil level in engine and transmission in accordance with LO 9-2350-222-12. Check processing tag DD Form
1397 for grade of engine oil installed in the vehicle. Change the engine oil only if a different type or grade is
12. Service engine air cleaner filters. Refer to TM 9-2350-222-20-1.
13. Check operation of all controls. Refer to TM 9-2350-222-10.
14. Making sure hand brake is set, start engine. Refer to TM 9-2350-222-10. Check immediately for fuel and oil
leaks. Shut down engine and correct leaks if any are found.
The engine may start hard, smoke excessively and run erratically.
However, operation should generally improve after about 5 minutes of
running time. Failure to obtain full engine power will require performing
troubleshooting to isolate and correct the problem.
15. Perform the semi-annual(S) Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) listed in TM 9-2350-222-20-1,
including a complete suspension lubrication in accordance with LO 9-2350222-12.
16. Equipment faults found during preliminary servicing or during the break in period will be corrected by the using
organization or by the supporting maintenance unit as appropriate, depending upon the nature of the fault.
17. Serious equipment faults which appear to involve unsatisfactory design or material will be reported using Quality
Deficiency Report SF 368, as prescribed in DA PAM 738-750.
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