Section I. SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
13. Special Tools and Equipment
14. Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts
No special tools or equipment are required by
Organizational maintenance repair parts are
organizational maintenance personnel to perform
listed and illustrated in TM 5-3825-213-20P.
maintenance on the snow removal unit.
Section II. LUBRICATION
c. Wheel Reassembly and Installation. For
This section contains instructions for the
lubrication of the carrier and plow engines distributors,
Note. Do not remove the bearing cup or seal
starter motors, and carrier wheel bearings. Refer to
current lubrication order (LO 5-3825-213-20) for the
from hub to lubricate unless bearing and cup are
proper time interval, type, and grade of lubricant to be
16. Engine Starter Motor
b. Lubricate the starter motor as illustrated in
17. Distributor Cam Assembly Lubrication
Lubricate the distributor cam as illustrated in
18. Lubricating Wheel Bearing Assemblies
a. Wheel Removal and Disassembly. For
b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Lubrication.
Clean the wheels, hubs, and bearing assemblies with an
approved cleaning solvent. Dry all parts thoroughly with
a clean, lint-free cloth. Inspect all parts for wear or
damage. Replace unserviceable parts. Pack the wheel
bearing assemblies with a type of grease indicated on
the current lubrication order.
REMOVE PIPE PLUG AND LUBRICATE
WICK (LO 5-3825-213-20). INSTALL
PLUG. LUBRICATE OPPOSITE END
BEARING IN A SIMILAR MANNER.
Figure 7. Starter motor lubrication points.