Heatshrink (Item 48, Appendix C)
Oil, Hydraulic (Item 50, Appendix C)
Tags, Identification (Item 88, Appendix C)
This task covers:
f. Follow-On Maintenance
Engine OFF, (TM 9-2320-364-10)
Wheels chocked, (TM 9-2320-364-10)
Electronic control box (ECB) removed,
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, General Mechanics: Automotive
(Item 74, Appendix G)
Cap and Plug Set (Item 8, Appendix G)
Compressor Unit, Air (Item 11, Appendix G)
Crimping Tool (Item 13, Appendix G)
Gloves, Chemical Oil Protective
(Item 28, Appendix G)
Goggles, Industrial (Item 30, Appendix G)
Gun, Airblow (Item 31, Appendix G)
Gun, Heat (Item 32, Appendix G)
Pan, Drain (Item 46, Appendix G)
Weatherpac Crimper (Item 76, Appendix G)
Wrench, Torque (0-60 N.m)
(Item 98, Appendix G)
20-5. FAN CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE REPAIR.
Materials/Parts - Continued
Wire, 16 Gage (Item 99, Appendix C)
Contact, Electrical (2) (Item 27, Appendix F)
Dust Boot (2) (Item 29, Appendix F)
Kit, Mounting (Item 86, Appendix F)
Locknut (4) (Item 103, Appendix F)
Packing, Preformed (4) (Item 236, Appendix F)
Packing, Preformed (4) (Item 243, Appendix F)
Packing, Preformed (2) (Item 256, Appendix F)
Splice, Conductor (Item 334, Appendix F)
The main hydraulic system operates at oil pressures up to 3,675 psi (25,339 kPa). Never
disconnect any hydraulic line, fitting or component without first dropping pressure to zero.
Failure to comply may result in serious injury or death to personnel.
Connectors are removed by gently prying up on tab and pulling connectors apart.
Cap and plug all hydraulic lines.
Tag and mark hoses and fittings prior to removal.