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3.  HYDRAULIC/STEERING SYSTEM
TM 9-2320-364-10      G-29 NOTES 1.  ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION. a. Cold Oil Check.  When initially filling or changing the transmission fluid, use the COLD band on dipstick.  At an initial operating temperature of 60 to 120 degrees F (16 to 49 degrees C), fill the transmission so the fluid is in COLD range. NOTE Loosen T-handle on transmission dipstick approximately one full turn after dipstick can be removed from check and fill tube with slight resistance. b. Hot Oil Check.  Operate engine one minute at 1000 RPM, idle until transmission temperature reaches 180 to 220 degrees F (82 to 104 degrees C). With engine idling, transmission in neutral, and truck on level ground, check transmission dipstick.  If oil level is within the HOT/RUN band the quantity of oil in the transmission is safe for operation.  If oil level is on or below bottom line of HOT/RUN band, notify Unit Maintenance. c. Crankcase.  Check oil level with truck parked on level ground and the engine off and cool.  Do not overfill crankcase. d. Engine Oil.  OE/HDO 40 must be used in temperatures consistently above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C). e. Transmission Oil.  OE/HDO 15W/40 must be used when temperatures are consistently above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C). 2.  SELF-RECOVERY WINCH (SRW), MATERIAL HANDLING      CRANE (MHC) AND LOAD HANDLING SYSTEM (LHS). NOTE If the part does not purge clean lubricant, notify Unit Maintenance. a. Purging of Lubricant.  When using a grease gun, apply lubricant to the fitting until clean lubricant squeezes out of the part being lubricated. b. Lubricate Self-Recovery Winch (SRW) front guide horizontal shaft and sheave by turning and sliding sheave along length of shaft while applying grease with grease gun.

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