TROUBLESHOOTING THE X-1100-3B TRANSMISSION, M1A1 TANK
The student will describe the steps and procedures
necessary to troubleshoot the X-1100-3B transmission at
technical manual (TM) 9-2350-264-20-1.
Conditions: Given the subcourse text and extracts from TM 9-2350-264-
The description of the steps and procedures necessary to
with TM 9-2350-264-20-1.
As an Army maintenance provider, you have dedicated yourself to
giving the M1A1 series tank the best possible maintenance.
the Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) and scheduled
maintenance you perform, you keep the tank operational. This ensures
that you and your unit can perform your mission on today's
battlefield; thus you help maintain unit readiness at a high level.
Even when you perform all maintenance correctly and on time,
components fail; unfortunately, you cannot prevent this from
happening. When a failure occurs, another of your maintenance skills
comes into focus:
For you to troubleshoot
effectively, there are three basic skills you must possess:
Know the System. Probably the greatest aid to troubleshooting
is the confidence that comes from knowing the system. Every
component in the system has a purpose; know its purpose,
construction, and operating characteristics. Also, understand
the capabilities of the system and the correct operating
procedures and specifications.