PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS),
INCLUDING LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
General Maintenance Instructions (page 0014 001).
Preventive Maintenances Checks and Services Including Lubrication Instructions (page 0014 0014).
Cleaning compound (WP 0122 00, Item 8)
Crocus cloth (WP 0122 00, Item 11)
Detergent (WP 0122 00, Item 14)
Wiping rag (WP 0122 00, Item 36)
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
This section contains safety warnings, guidelines, and general maintenance instructions. They should be followed when doing
maintenance procedures authorized for direct and general support maintenance levels.
PREPARATION FOR MAINTENANCE
PERSONNEL SAFETY. Practice all shop safety procedures and read all warnings in this manual.
PROPER EQUIPMENT. Get tools and equipment before starting a maintenance task. See TM 9-2350-277-24P, and
the maintenance tasks for tools, equipment, parts, and materials.
WHAT TO DISCARD. Parts to discard, such as lockwashers, locknuts, and gaskets are listed in the maintenance tasks.
If the step does not say to discard a part, the part should be saved. It may be used later, or repaired.
Avoid damage to parts during disassembly, cleaning, inspection, repair, and reassembly procedures. Nicks,
scratches, and dents caused by careless handling could result in equipment failure.
Dirt can damage parts and cause malfunctions. Make sure all air and fluid openings, lines, and hoses are capped or
plugged during maintenance procedures.
During disassembly, tag parts to ensure proper assembly.
During disassembly, tag leads on electrical parts to ensure proper assembly. Tag each lead, as it is removed, with
numbers from wiring diagrams and terminals.