TM 5-4320-275-13 & P
EXHAUST - The gases that leave the vehicle engine through the tailpipe while the engine is running.
EXPENDABLE - An item that is not repairable and is discarded if damaged.
EXPOSURE - Being in the presence of something, or in contact with something. Skin is exposed to cleaning solvent
when the solvent contacts the skin during cleaning operations.
FILTER - A dev ice which removes dirt from the air or a fluid.
FLASH POINT - The lowest temperature at which the vapors of a solvent will ignite and burn.
FLAPPER - A restriction in a line which limits the flow of fluid, or gases, to a single direction. Flappers used in
conjunction with a diaphragm pump and a power source enable the pump to push/pull fluid in desired direction.
FLUID - A substance which can flow; that is, either a gas or a liquid. The fluid used in the engine is gasoline.
GALLING - A condition in which transfer of metal occurs between two parts made of like material (usually steel), usually
occurring when mated parts have limited relative motion under high loads.
GASKET - A seal or packing used between matched machine parts or around pipe joints to prevent the escape of gas or
GOGGLES - A dev ice used to protect the eyes from dust, dirt, flying chips, etc.
HAZARD - A danger or risk.
IMMERSE - To completely cover by fluid.
INHALATION - The act of breathing in. The breathing in or inhalation of carbon monoxide can cause illness or death.
Refer to the Warning page at front of manual.
INITIAL - The first or starting condition.
INNER RACE - A component of a bearing assembly upon which the needles or rollers ride; used to insure full contact
and uniform surface condition.
KEYWAY - A channel machined in a shaft into which a length of hardened steel stock, usually rectangular in cross
section, is inserted to prevent the relative motion of a mating part.