TESTS, INSPECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS
This work package includes miscellaneous tasks, inspections, and adjustment procedures that are performed in conjunc-
tion with troubleshooting or as a function of maintenance.
The following is a list of procedures covered in this work package:
Troubleshooting Using Multimeter
Differential Lock Check
Electronic Monitoring System (EMS) Air System Check
Air System Pressure Check
Air Leakage Checks
Parking and Emergency Brake Control Valves Test
Steering System Pressure Test
Steering Time Check
Steering Wheel Force Check
Steering Wheel Free Play Check
Steering Wheel Slip Check
Main Control Valve Test and Adjustment
Elevator Operating Speed Check
If machine is parked indoors, DO NOT run engine unless exhaust fumes are vented to the outside. Failure to
follow this warning may cause injury or death due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
If machine is parked indoors during performance of troubleshooting, vent exhaust fumes to the outside if engine is run-
This section applies to troubleshooting machine's starting and charging circuits using a multimeter. It can be
applied to a machine that can self-start, and to a machine that cannot self-start. When using these procedures for a
machine that cannot self-start, refer to TM 5-3800-205-10-1 or TM 5-3800-205-10-2 for slave starting procedures.