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b. While vehicle is in storage, perform the following tasks monthly
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TM-9-2320-364-20-4 Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074/M1075 Manual
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(3) Transmission extended storage
TM 9-2320-364-20-4 2-3224 2-50.  STORAGE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES (CONT). (6) Move vehicle 30 feet (9m) forward and reverse. (7) Idle engine 10 minutes before shutdown. (8) Check grease coating on all chromium plated and unpainted surfaces.  If grease was wiped from chromium plated or unpainted surfaces when vehicle was moved, recoat these surfaces. (9) Disconnect batteries (Para 7-87).  If batteries are not going to be charged for over 30 days, remove batteries from vehicle (Para 7-88) and keep fully charged (TM 9-6150-200-14). c. While vehicle is in storage, perform the following tasks quarterly: (1) Perform all monthly tasks. (2) Exercise all ancillary equipment (TM 9-2320-364-10).  While operating winches or crane, lubricate wire rope. (3) Drive vehicle at least 1/4 mile (.4 km).  While driving, shift transmission through all gear ranges. d. While vehicle is in storage, perform the following tasks yearly: (1) Perform all quarterly tasks. (2) Clean the exterior, interior of cab, engine, and undercarriage.  Wash any oil and grease from tires. Do not allow the baking soda solution to enter the batteries or damage to batteries will result. (3) Clean batteries and battery cables with a baking soda solution and rinse with fresh water.  Do not allow the baking soda solution to enter the batteries.  Add water to battery electrolyte if necessary.  Check the specific gravity of the batteries regularly.  Keep the batteries fully charged and clean (TM 9-6150-200-14). (4) Completely lubricate the chassis and all ancillary equipment in accordance with (Para 2-9 and TM 9-2320-364-10). (5) Check the coolant level.  Test the coolant to ensure that the cooling system is protected against corrosion and temperatures down to –30 F (–34 C).  Add antifreeze or corrosion inhibitors compatible with ethylene glycol base antifreeze if cooling system is not adequately protected (TB 750-651). (6) Change engine oil and oil filter (Para 3-2, 3-6).  Add preservative lubricating oil (Item 60, Appendix C) Grade 2.  Change fuel filters (Para 4-3, 4-13, 4-15, 4-17). e. Extended storage (vehicle inactive). When vehicle is to remain inactive for more than 12 months, extended storage procedures must be performed to prevent damage due to rust corrosion or organic growth in the fluids. When vehicle is to remain inactive for more than 12 months, extended storage procedures must be performed to maintain the vehicle warranty.

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