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Table 2-1. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIEL­M578 RECOVERY VEHICLE (Cont) - TM-9-2350-238-20-20025
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GENERAL PROCEDURES. - TM-9-2350-238-20-20027
TM
9-2350-238-20-2
UNIT  PREVENTIVE  MAINTENANCE  CHECKS
Section III.
AND  SERVICES  (PMCS)  AND  LUBRICATION  INSTRUCTIONS
c o l u m n lists
c. C o l u m n
2. The
"Interval"
2-6.
S C O P E . This  section  details  the
the specific interval at which the PMCS w i l l
preventive maintenance checks and services
be performed. They are as follows:
(PMCS)  and  the  lubrication  instructions  for
the cab at the unit level. Preventive mainte-
Q - Quarterly
nance is the care, inspection, and service of
S - Semiannually
the  M578  Recovery  Vehicle  to  keep  it  operat-
A - Annually
ing and to find troubles before repairs or re-
18-  18  Months
placements are needed. Preventive mainte-
nance is performed at crew and unit levels.
d. C o l u m n 3 . T h e  " I t e m  t o  C h e c k / S e r v i c e "
column identifies the item to be checked, ser-
a. C r e w . A l l c r e w P M C S a n d l u b r i c a t i o n
viced,  or  lubricated.
tasks  must  be  completed  before  unit
PMCS
is
begun; refer to TM 9-2350-238-10.
e. C o l u m n
4. The
"Procedure"
column
describes the check, service, or lubrication to
b. Unit. This  section  tells  what  preventive
be
performed.
maintenance  tasks  are  done  by  unit  mainte-
nance mechanics. Always start at the front
f. C o l u m n
5. The
"Not
Fully
Mission
and follow it in order to the back.
Capable  If"  column  contains  the  criteria
which will render the system incapable of per-
forming
its
primary
mission.
2-7.
INTERVALS.
NOTE
Z
a. U n i t P r e v e n t i v e M a i n t e n a n c e T a s k s .
All
semiannual
preventive
mainte-
PMCS  tasks  will  normally  be  done  quarterly;
nance tasks are also done during
every 3 months, 750 kilometers, or 75 hours
annual
maintenance.
of
vehicle
operation,
whichever
comes
first.
·
High temperature is more than
100°F  (38°  C).  Low  temperature
(1) S e m i a n n u a l l y . E v e r y  6  m o n t h s ,  2 4 0 0
kilometers (1500 miles), or 150 hours of
is Iess than 0° F (­18° C).
operation,
whichever
comes
first.
Z
Salt water is present during ford-
ing, sea spray, and morning mist
(2) A n n u a l l y . Once a year, as specified.
in  coastal  areas.
(3) Eighteen
(18)
months. As
specified.
·
Dust conditions are high when oil
level in hubcaps cannot be seen.
b. C o l u m n  1 . The  "Item  No."  column  con-
tains the item number which shall be used as
a  source  of  item  numbers  for  the  TM  Number
Operating  the  M578  Recovery  Vehicle  in  very
Column on the DA Form 2404, Equipment in-
high or very low temperatures, in dust, mud,
spections and Maintenance Worksheet, in re-
or salt water may require additional preven-
cording  results  of  PMCS.
tive  maintenance.
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