i. Inspect the Powerpack for Leaks.
You must make sure the
powerpack does not have any leaks prior to installing it in the tank.
FAILURE TO IDENTIFY AND REPAIR ANY FUEL OR OIL LEAKS COULD
RESULT IN AN ENGINE COMPARTMENT FIRE AFTER THE POWERPACK IS
SOME ENGINE PARTS BECOME HOT ENOUGH TO BURN YOU.
NECESSARY, SHUT THE ENGINE DOWN AND WAIT FOR IT TO COOL
BEFORE TIGHTENING LEAKING CONNECTIONS.
Visually inspect the engine for fuel or oil leaks and
tighten any leaking connections.
If you cannot fix the
leaks, have the driver shut down the engine and replace the
faulty components according to TM 9-2350-264-20-1.
After you have replaced the faulty components, restart the
engine and complete the after-start checks.
engine running, verify that you have eliminated all leaks.
j. Check the Transmission's Upshifts and Downshifts in Low Gear.
If the transmission does not operate correctly, you must troubleshoot
the shift subsystem according to TM 9-2350-264-20-1.
You must idle the engine
performing this check.
Have the driver set the transmission shift control to L and
increase the engine speed slowly. As the driver increases
the engine speed, listen for the transmission upshifts.
After the third upshift, have the driver decrease the
throttle to idle and listen for three downshifts.
To apply the service brakes during ground hop, put a
screwdriver through the rod end clevis (3) and pull the clevis
out (fig. 1-32).
k. Check the Transmission's Upshifts and Downshifts in High Gear.
If the transmission does not operate correctly, trouble-shoot the
shift subsystem according to TM 9-2350-264-20-1.