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TM   9-2350-287-34 1-16.  EQUIPMENT  OPERATION  (continued). NOTE The throttle valve control does not govern the speed of the vehicle. Speed and rpm are determined by engine rpm and the shift control position. Throttle valve control, which interconnects with the engine throttle and gear shift selector. With engine operating and shift control in neutral position, the transmission throttle valve is ‘locked out.” When gear shift selector is in a forward or reverse gear, the transmission throttle valve is “locked in,” allowing transfer of power from the transfer assembly into the transmission. Steering linkage, which is connected to the steering wheel in driver’s compartment. Turning the steering wheel applies brakes to track on inside of turn. For example, during a left turn the brake is applied to the left drive output. During a right turn the brake is applied to the right drive output. 1-19

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