INTRO TO M2/M3 BFV - OD0456 - LESSON 2/TASK 1
starting the task. Some items to watch for are listed in the legend.
them with the sample.
In addition to the items listed, cautions and notes may be included.
CAUTIONS deal with tools, substances or actions that could damage equipment.
NOTES contain facts to make the tasks easier. Also, NOTES tell you about
conditions that affect the step that follows them.
Each task includes step-by-step illustrated instructions.
steps in capital letters tell WHAT to do; the lettered substeps tell HOW to
Each numbered part in the instructions matches the same number in
the drawings of the task.
When they are needed, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and
NOTES always appear just above the task steps to which they apply.
Read all the steps, substeps, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES before starting
to do the task. It is important to do each step in the order given. The
words END OF TASK will tell you when you have finished the task.
(3) Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services. Preventive maintenance
is required to keep your vehicle running well.
checks and services (PMCS) for unit maintenance are made on a periodic
The PMCS done for unit maintenance is found in chapter 2, section
III of TM 9-2350-252-20-1-1. Figure 11, on the next page, shows you what to
look for when you read a PMCS procedures. Items to watch for are listed in
the legend. Match them with the sample.
Using the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) with TM 9-2350-
252-20-1-1. The RPSTL, which is located in TM 9-2350-252-20P-1, gives the
NSN required to order parts used in the maintenance tasks. To use the RPSTL
to identify and order a part, do the following:
(1) In TM 9-2350-252-20-1-1 turn to the first page of the task to be
(2) Find "Materials/Parts" under initial setup, and read the part(s)
that need replacement.
If required find the illustrated part in the task