TM 9-2330-373-14 & P
4-43. MAINTENANCE UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS (cont).
EXTREME COLD WEATHER MAINTENANCE
For maintenance procedures and practices during extreme cold weather, refer to FM 9-207.
EXTREME HOT WEATHER MAINTENANCE
1. In hot, dry climates, corrosive action will occur on all parts of the materiel and will be accelerated during rainy
2. Evidence of corrosion will appear in the form of rust, paint blisters, mildew, mold, and fungus growth.
3. Remove corrosion from exterior metal surfaces with abrasive paper or cloth. Apply a protective coating of paint, or
touch up the existing paint.
4. Keep a film of engine lubricating oil (OE-30) on unfinished exposed metal surfaces.
MAINTENANCE AFTER FORDING
Refer to TM 9-238 for maintenance procedures after fording.
MAINTENANCE AFTER OPERATION ON UNUSUAL TERRAIN
1. Thorough cleaning and lubrication of all parts affected must be accomplished as soon as possible after operation
2. Clean all suspension components. Repack wheel bearings if necessary.
3. After operation in sand or dust, touch up all painted surfaces damaged by sandblasting.
4. Lubricate completely to force out lubricants contaminated by sand or dust.
Section XII. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
4-44. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE
THIS TASK COVERS
Cleaning and drying
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