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Operation Under Usual Conditions - TM-5-4320-242-140027
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Operation in Dusty or Sandy Areas - TM-5-4320-242-140029
Figure 2-4. Performance curve.
Section II. OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
by broken insulation, terminals, wire, or short circuit.
2-5. Operation in Extreme Cold (Below 0 )
F
a. Lubrication.  Refer to LO 5-2805-259-14 for
engine lubrication.
Lubricate pump and trailer in
2-6. Operation in Extreme Heat.
accordance with lubrication chart (fig. 3-1).
a. Lubrication.  Refer to LO 5-2805-259-14 for
engine lubrication.
Lubricate pump and trailer in
b. Fuel System.
accordance with lubrication chart (fig. 3-1).
(1) Keep the fuel tank full at all times to
b. Fuel System.
prevent condensation.
(1) Do not overfill the fuel tank; allow room
(2) Remove all ice crystals from the fuel tank
for expansion of fuel.
strainer immediately before filling the fuel tank.
(2) Make sure the fuel tank cap is on tight
(3) Service the fuel filter frequently (para 3-
and that the cap vent is open.
24).
c. Engine Cooling Fins and Air Shrouds.
(4) After starting, allow the engine to reach
normal operating temperature before full load operation.
(1) Check the air shrouds for loss or damage
that would prevent circulation of cooling air.
(5) Keep the fuel tank cap free from ice,
snow, and moisture.
(2) Check the cooling fins on the cylinders
frequently to make sure they are clean and not
c. Electrical System.  Do not disturb electrical
damaged.
leads or wiring in extreme cold unless repair is indicated
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