PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
INCLUDING LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS - CONTINUED
Table 1. Unit Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) for the 924G Wheel Loader - Continued.
NOT FULLY MISSION
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Test drive machine over varied terrain for at least 15 minutes, until
fully warmed up.
a. Operate machine and check for proper
Machine systems do not operate
operation of engine, transmission,
properly. Unusual noises, exces-
steering, brakes, differentials and final
sive vibration, hesitation/slug-
drives, and work tool hydraulic sys-
gish response, or improper
tem (TM 5-3805-290-10). Be alert for
instrument panel gage readings
unusual noises, excessive vibration,
hesitation/sluggish response, and
improper instrument panel gage read-
b. Park machine and check around and Any fuel leaks are evident. Class
under machine for evidence of leaks: III oil or coolant leaks are
oil, fuel, and engine coolant.
c. Ensure machine is clean to provide
good visibility for walk around
d. Perform a walk around inspection of
machine, to include opening all
compartments and access doors.
Include an inspection of underside of
machine and cab interior. Check for:
(1) loose, damaged, or missing parts
Any damage is noted that would
impair operation. Any fuel leaks
(2) oil, fuel, and engine coolant leaks
are evident. Class III oil or
(3) pitting or corrosion on hydraulic
coolant leaks are evident.
(4) cracked or broken welds
(6) frayed, chafed, worn, or cut hoses
(7) frayed, chafed, cut, or burned elec-
(8) disconnected, loose, or damaged