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AIR CLEANER INDICATOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT. - continued
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/.5ton/TM-9-2320-209-20-3-1 2-1/2-Ton 6x6 M44A1 and M44A2 Series Trucks (Multifuel) Truck Cargo: M35A1 M35A2 M35A2C M36A2 Manual
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FUEL LINES AND FITTINGS REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT - continued - TM-9-2320-209-20-3-10091
TM 9-2320-209-20-3-1
FUEL TANKS AND FUEL LINES
Section III.
4-5. FUEL LINES AND FITTINGS REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT.
NOTE
Procedures given are typical and cover all the
different types of installations that you will find
on the trucks.  Procedures do not show any one
truck system.  Refer to system schematic illus-
trations used as support diagrams for trouble-
shooting each system given in vol. 3, chapter 10.
TOOLS :
3/4-inch combination box and open end box wrench
7/16-inch combination box and open end box wrench (2)
11/16-inch combination box and open end box wrench
5/8-inch combination box and open end box wrench
10-inch pipe wrench
3/16-inch sockethead screw key (Allen wrench or equivalent)
SUPPLIES :  Sealer compound, type II, MIL-S-45180
PERSONNEL :
One
Truck parked, engine off, handbrake set.
EQUIPMENT CONDITION :
WARNING
Smoking, flames, sparks and glowing or hot
objects are not allowed within 50 feet of work
area during maintenance of fuel system com­
ponents.  Fuel can explode, causing injury to
personnel and damage to equipment.

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