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Removal of Expansion Plugs and Crankcase to Cylinder Head Studs.
TM 9-2815-210-34-2-2
FRAME 3
NOTE
T h e r e is an expansion plug (1) behind identification
p l a t e ( 2 ) .  I d e n t i f i c a t i o n plate should not be taken
o f f unless there are signs of coolant leakage under
it.
C o o l a n t leakage around expansion plug (1) will show
u p as rust, scale or stain on side of crankcase (3)
below expansion plug.
1.
C h e c k that there is no sign of leakage below identification plate (2).
2.
If there are signs of leakage below identification plate (2), take it off
u s i n g hammer and cold chisel.
I f identification plate (2) was taken off, mark expansion plug (1) for removal.
3.
END OF TASK
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