DO NOT HOLD THE STALL CONDITION FOR LONGER THAN TEN
IF THE TEST IS HELD LONGER THAN TEN SECONDS,
TRANSMISSION DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
Have the driver set the TACTICAL IDLE switch (1) on the
control panel (2) to the OFF position, and pull out the
clevis (3) with a screwdriver and hold it. Have the driver
set the transmission shift control to D (fig. 1-35).
Let the engine idle for thirty seconds.
After that time,
and when told by the lead soldier, the driver sets the
throttle control to full power and holds it for a 1axitn of
ten seconds while observing the rpm gage (5)(fig. 1-35).
Note and record the rpm reading at full power.
Return the throttle to the idle position and set the
transmission shift control to N.
After the engine has
idled for two or three seconds, you can release the clevis.
Engine Controls For Stall Test.