LO 55-2210-223-12/LO 45A2-2-14-31LC-1
Intervals given are for normal operation
1. FOR OPERATIONS OF EQUIPMENT IN PROTRACTED COLD TEMPERATURES BELOW -4 F (-20 C). Remove
lubricants prescribed in the key for temperatures above -4 F (-20 C). Lubricate with lubricants specified in the key for
temperatures 0 to -65 F (-18 to 500 C).
2. OIL CAN POINTS. Monthly lubricate all exterior hinges, latches, pins, clevises, springs, and exposed threaded
surfaces with OE/HDO oil, excepting similar parts requiring other lubrication as shown on charts.
3. ENGINE OIL FILTER. Oil filter replacement interval shall aline with on-condition JOAP or hard time oil change
requirements. See notes 4 and 5. Remove filter elements, clean housings, install new elements, fill crankcase, operate
engine for 5 minutes, check for leaks, check crankcase oil level and bring to FULL mark.
4. ENGINE OIL. A sample of the oil shall be sent to a JOAP laboratory for analysis at an interval of 25 hours or 30 days,
as prescribed by DA PAM 738-750 or TB 43-106. Refer to AR 700-132 for sampling requirements.
5. JOAP LABORATORY SUPPORT
. When JOAP laboratory support
is not available, drain and refill crankcase oil
6. TRUCK CENTERPLATE. When condition of graphite lubricant indicates, replace lubricator.
7. AIR COMPRESSOR
. Semi-annually drain and refill. Bring
to FULL mark
on compressor oil level dipstick gage.
Operate compressor for 5 minutes, check for leaks, recheck oil level, and bring to proper level.
8. TRACTION MOTOR SUPPORT BEARINGS
a flexible gage
to check and maintain every
2 weeks (2W) lubricant
level to 2-1/4 inches (57 mm).
9. TRACTION MOTOR GEAR TEETH. Monthly inspect condition of teeth through gear case lid. If teeth appear dry or
bright, replenish lubricant supply GO sufficient to cover bottom gear teeth.
10. BLOWER MOTOR TIGHTENER. There is a grease fitting on each side of the inner hub of the idler wheel. Pump until
grease is visible. It may be necessary to remove the belt guard to reach the fittings.
11. ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK GAGE. Engine oil level can be checked with engine running or stopped. When checking oil
level use appropriate side of gage, ENGINE RUNNING or ENGINE STOPPED.
Copy of this Lubrication Order will remain with the equipment at all times; instructions contained herein are mandatory.
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