Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, used to clean parts, is potentially dangerous
to personnel and property. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Do
not use near open flame or excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100°F
to 138°F (38°C to 59 °C).
a. Clean parts with drycleaning solvent (item 1, Appendix E) and dry thoroughly.
b. Inspect the drain cock for damage or defects. Clean as required. If replacement is necessary,
notify Organizational Maintenance.
c. Check the ball in the water sight gage. It should not be above the line mark on the window. If ball
is above the link mark, drain the filter/separator by opening the drain cock. Do not allow the fuel to spill
on pump unit or vehicle bed.
d. Inspect differential pressure during operation. If gage
Organizational Maintenance for replacement of filter elements.
is not shown in the green, notify
3-6. GASOLINE CAN
Inspect the engine gasoline can for leaks and damage. Refer to figure 1-2 for location.
b. Replace defective can.
3-7. POWER CABLES
Inspect for damage or defects.
b. Replace defective cables.
3-8. FUEL DISPENSING NOZZLE ASSEMBLY
a. Inspect nozzle assembly (figure 3-2) for freedom of lever, or missing parts. If lever
does not operate freely or if ground strap is broken or missing, replace nozzle.
(1) Removal. Open nozzle and drain fuel into suitable container. Remove nozzle by pulling out on
cam arms and disconnecting coupling.
(2) Installation. Connect couplings and close cam arms.
b. Inspect gasket on coupler end of nozzle. If damaged, replace gasket.