Figure 4-3. Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence.
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
4-3. Dismantling for Movement
e. Disconnect any exhaust piping from the pump.
f. Remove the pin from each rear stand and slide
the leg up to its highest position. Reinsert the pin to
Dismantle the pump for movement to a new worksite as
secure it in the raised position. Hitch the tow bar (1, fig.
4-1) to the towing vehicle, making sure that it is properly
a. Disconnect the suction line and discharge line
secured. Connect the electrical cable to the receptacle
on the towing vehicle and connect the safety chains (2).
from the pump. If possible, drain the lines before
Remove the pin (3) and raise the front leg (4). Reinsert
disconnecting them from the pump.
the pin to secure the leg. Remove the chock blocks
b. Remove the drain plug (fig. 1-1) from the bottom
from under the chassis wheels.
of the pump to drain the pump housing. Catch the fluid
g. Before moving the unit, check that the stop, tail,
in a suitable container.
and directional lights all light in response to operation of
c. Cover the pump suction and discharge openings
controls on the towing vehicle.
by installing the caps provided.
4-4. Reinstallation after Movement
d. If installed, disconnect the fuel line from the 3-
Refer to paragraph 4-2 for installation instructions.
way fuel source selector valve (5, fig. 2-2) on the fuel
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
4-5. Tools and Equipment
4-7. Maintenance Repair Parts
There are no tools, equipment, or repair parts issued
Repair parts and equipment are listed in the repair parts
with the pump assembly.
and special tools list covering organizational
maintenance for this equipment. Refer to TM 5-4320-
4-6. Special Tools and Equipment
No special tools or equipment is required for
organizational maintenance of the pump assembly.