This chapter contains vehicle maintenance actions which crew members are authorized
and required to perform. Chapter 3 contains the following information:
Lubrication instructions for usual or unusual operating conditions.
Troubleshooting tables listing observed malfunctions, step-by-step tests or in-
spections and corrective actions.
Maintenance procedures that are normally performed by operator and crew.
Chapter 3 is divided into the following sections:
Section I LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Section II TROUBLESHOOTING
Section Ill MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Section I. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Service Intervals - Normal Conditions
For application of materials and service intervals, see LO 9-2350-267-12 or appropriate
instructions for specific components.
Service Intervals - Unusual Conditions
Lubricate more often to compensate for abnormal operation and extreme conditions. High
or low temperatures, prolonged periods of high-rate operation, continued operation in
sand, dust, or exposure to moisture may quickly destroy the protective qualities of the lubri-
cant. Lubrication intervals may be extended during inactive periods.