assembly securely to the ground rod and the trailer
Do not operate the pump assembly
in an enclosed area unless exhaust
e. Suction and Discharge Lines. Remove the
gases are piped to the outside.
suction and discharge connection dust plugs and caps
(fig. 1-1), and connect the suction and discharge lines.
Inhalation of exhaust fumes will
result in serious illness or death.
f. Auxiliary Fuel Hoses. If an auxiliary fuel supply
c. Leveling. Keep the unit as level as possible.
is to be used, connect the auxiliary fuel line to the fuel
source selector valve (fig. 2-1).
d. Grounding. The pump must be grounded prior
4-5. Equipment Conversion
to operation. Remove the ground rods from the ground
This pump assembly is designed to be used in
rod carrier (fig.
1-1) and drive into the ground
conjunction with the Class III fuel supply system, but it
approximately two feet, connect the ground wire
can be used as an individual pump assembly.
Section II. MOVEMENT TO NEW WORKSITE
4-6. Dismantling for Movement
(6) Close and secure the toolbox cover.
a. Preparation for Movement.
(1) Disconnect suction and discharge lines
(1) If the pump assembly is to be moved only
and remove auxiliary fuel line if connected to the unit.
a short distance, raise the rear stand (fig. 1-1), connect
Install dust plugs and dust caps to suction and discharge
the drawbar (fig. 1-1), to the towing vehicle and tow to
the new location.
(2) Disconnect ground cable from the trailer.
(2) For longer distances or over rough terrain,
Install the ground rods in carrier (fig. 1-1) and stow the
lift the pump with a suitable hoist onto the carrier.
cable assemblies in the toolbox.
Securely block the pump on the carrier. Use tiedowns
or other suitable means to prevent shifting during
(3) Refer to Appendix B. and make sure that
the items listed are on or with the equipment.
4-7. Reinstallation After Movement
(4) Disconnect the exhaust pipe extension, if
a. Refer to paragraph 4-4 and install the pump.
(5) If the pump is to be moved by common
b. Perform the inspection and service prescribed
carrier, drain the fuel tank and the pump casing.
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
4-8. Special Tools and Equipment
4-9. Maintenance Repair Parts
No special tools or equipment are required for
Repair parts and equipment are listed in the repair parts
organizational maintenance of the pump.
and special tools list, TM 5-4320-242-24P and TM 5-
Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
4-11. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
This section lists the preventive maintenance checks
Refer to table 4-1 for a listing of the preventive
and service which shall be performed on a quarterly
maintenance checks and services. Service the engine
basis by organizational maintenance personnel. A
as directed in TM 5-2805-259-14.
quarterly interval is equal to 3 calendar months.