10-5. WINDSHIELD WASHER MAINTENANCE
This task covers removal, cleaning, inspection, and installation of the windshield
washer and its associated components.
TOOLS: No. 1 Common Organizational Maintenance Tool Kit
Fixed open end wrench set
S l i p j o i n t p l i e rs
MATERIALS/PARTS: Clean cloths (Appendix C, item 1)
Cleaning solvent P-D-680 (Appendix C, item 2)
Detergent (Appendix C, item 3)
Cleaning compound (Appendix C, item 25)
PERSONNEL REQUIRED: Two Construction Equipment Mechanics M0S 62B
PRELIMINARY PROCEDURE: Front access door unlocked and open and air res-
ervoir drain valve opened.
At top of reservoir (3) disconnect hoses (1 and 2) by firmly pulling off res-
e r v o i r t u b e s.
If necessary, remove reservoir (3) by lifting up and off its mounting bracket
welded to side of front chassis.
just behind steering column, disconnect tube (1) from nozzle (5)
by pulling tube from end of nozzle. If necessary, remove tube (1) by pulling
it through hole in front chassis floor plate.
While an assistant holds nozzle (5) outside front chassis using open end
wrench, loosen and remove nut (4). Tell assistant to remove nozzle (5).
Inside cab, at left instrument panel, disconnect tube (2) from valve (9) by
pulling tube from valve. If necessary, remove tube by pulling it through hole
i n f r o n t c h a s s i s f l o o r p l a t e .
Loosen and disconnect fitting on end of hose (6) connected to elbow (10).
If necessary, disconnect other end of hose (6) from tee installed in parking
brake valve port. Remove hose (6) from cab.
Loosen and remove knob (7) from valve (9).
Loosen and remove nut (8) then remove valve (9).
Remove elbow (10) from valve (9) port.