THE HYDRAULIC HOSE ASSEMBLIES MUST BE TIED UP WHEN REMOVING
THE POWERPACK. IF NOT, PARTS WILL BE DAMAGED.
e. Disconnect the Hydraulic System. To disconnect the hydraulic
system, you must disconnect three hydraulic hoses and one electrical
Loosen the four screws (3) from the four hydraulic quick-
disconnect coupling halves (4 and 5), disconnect the three
coupling halves, and tie the hoses (1 and 2) to the turret
stowage racks (10) with a rope (fig. 1-12).
The electrical plug connector (7) may be located as shown in
figure 1-12 or between the two coupling halves (5) on the
centrifugal pump (8).
Disconnect the connector (7) from the electrical receptacle
f. Loosen the Left and Right Side Final Drive Coupling Caps. You
loosen both the left and right side final drive coupling caps using
the same procedure.
Remove the three screws (12) and access cover (13), and
reach through the access hole (14) and loosen the six
screws (15) until exposing an 1X of the screws (fig. 1-12).
Repeat the procedure for the other coupling cap.
g. Preparing to Lift the Powerpack. During lifting device setup,
removal of the powerpack, or any time the hoist and lifting device
move, the lead soldier directs all movements.
You can remove the powerpack with any lifting device that has a 9000-
pound capacity. Given below are three authorized lifting devices:
M88 recovery vehicle, full-tracked.
M553 truck, wrecker, ten-ton.
M578 recovery vehicle, full-tracked.