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Section IV.  OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS - TM-10-4320-311-14_49
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TM-10-4320-311-14 Pumping Assembly Flammable Liquid Bulk Transfer 60 GPM Diesel-Engine Driven Model M2D68 Manual
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Operation In Extreme Heat. - TM-10-4320-311-14_51
TM 10-4320-311-14 CAUTION Do not use more oil than specified as a starting agent.  Too much oil could result in engine reversal.  Should this occur, engine exhaust will be emitted from the air Intake.  Stop engine at once using speed control lever knob or decompression lever.  Engine oil pump does not work In reverse, and severe engine damage could result. (6) Remove rubber plug (6) of rocker arm cover and add 5 drops of engine oil before starting. CAUTION Keep rubber plug In rocker arm cover except when adding oil.  If plug Is not In place, contaminants may enter engine and cause accelerated wear of Internal parts. (7) Replace rubber plug (6) immediately after oil is added. WARNING Never use gasoline, paint thinner, or any other volatile liquid either as a fuel or as a starting aid. Addition of highly volatile liquids put directly Into engine could cause an explosion, causing personal Injury. (8) Switch off the heaters and disconnect the intervehicle connector cable. (9) Start the engine immediately as described in paragraph 2-6. (10)   Upon completion of the pumping operation, stop the engine as described in paragraph 2-6 CAUTION Change engine oil after initial 20 hours of operation or at end of first month.  Thereafter, change engine oil every 3 months or after 100 hours operation. (11)   When changing oil, drain engine oil shortly after stopping, while engine is warm.  Later it may be difficult to drain the oil completely. (12)   Drain the pump immediately after stopping to prevent freezing. 2-29

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