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CHASSIS - INTERFACE MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM - HYDRAULIC PUMP
TM 5-5420-279-23
WARNING
INJURY FROM EXTREME HYDRAULIC OIL PRESSURE. THE SYSTEM MUST BE
DE-PRESSURIZED BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY WORK ON THE INTERFACE
MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY.
SLIP AND FALL INJURY. PERSONNEL MAY SLIP ON SPILLED HYDRAULIC FLUID.
SUITABLE CONTAINERS AND FLUID ABSORBENT MATERIALS ARE TO BE USED
TO CONTAIN SPILLAGE.
CRUSH INJURY. THE INTERFACE MANIFOLD IS HEAVY.
a.
Remove
(1)
De-pressurize the hydraulic system in accordance with unit maintenance procedure 5-118.
(2)
Note the position of and remove hydraulic pipes connected to the interface manifold
assembly (1).
(3)
Note the position of and remove the electrical connections (2) to the solenoid valves.
(4)
Remove the six bolts and washers (3) mounting the interface manifold assembly (1) to the
chassis-mounting bracket.
(5)
Remove the interface manifold (1).
(6)
Examine all threaded components for wear and damage.
(7)
Change components as required.
b.
Install
(1)
Apply thread-locking compound to the mounting bolts.
(2)
Fit the interface manifold assembly (1) to the chassis-mounting bracket with the six bolts
and washers (3).
(3)
Fit the hydraulic pipes to the positions noted during removal.
(4)
Fit the electrical connections (2) to the positions noted during removal.
c.
Follow on tasks
(1)
Switch the battery shutoff switch to the on position.
(2)
Operate the system and check for correct operation and hydraulic fluid leaks.
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