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d. Follow-On  Maintenance - TM-9-2320-364-20-4_478
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Table 6-1.  Cooling System Hose Locations
TM 9-2320-364-20-4 6-52      Material/Parts Cable Ties (Item 25, Appendix C) Tags, Identification (Item 88, Appendix C) This task covers: a.  Coolant Hose Locations b.   Follow-On Maintenance INITIAL SETUP Equipment Condition Engine OFF, (TM 9-2320-364-10) Wheels chocked, (TM 9-2320-364-10) Spare tire removed, (TM 9-2320-364-10) Front access cover open, (TM 9-2320-364-10) Cab engine access panel removed, (Para 17-24) Right fender front and rear skirt removed, (Para 17-33) Left fender front and rear skirt removed, (Para 17-34) Cooling system drained, (Para 6-4) Tools and Special Tools Tool Kit, General Mechanic’s:  Automotive (Item 74, Appendix G) Cap and Plug Set (Item 8, Appendix G) Socket Set, 3/8 in. (Item 62, Appendix G) Wrench, Torque (0 to 60 N.m) (Item 98, Appendix G) 6-8.  COOLING SYSTEM HOSES AND TUBES REPLACEMENT. a. Coolant Hose Locations. Equipment may be damaged by foreign matter if hoses, tubes and connectors are not plugged and capped when removed. NOTE This procedure is for reference only to show location of hoses on the truck.  It will never be necessary to remove all coolant hoses at one time.  Individual tasks will indicate the area where hoses are removed and installed. As items are removed, cap and plug all hoses, tubes and connectors. Tag and mark all hoses, pipes and tubes before removal. Remove and replace cable ties as required. Remove clamps and support brackets as required.

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