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DO'S AND DON'TS FOR OPERATION IN EXTREME COLD

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TM 9-2350-277-10
OPERATE IN EXTREME COLD: BELOW -25 F (-31 C) -- Continued
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14. Remove cover from intake grill. See task: COVER/UNCOVER INTAKE AND EXHAUST GRILLS (WP 0083 00).
15. Stop engine. See task: STOP ENGINE (WP 0024 00).
16. Remove driver's power plant access panel. See task: REMOVE/INSTALL POWER PLANT ACCESS PANELS
CAUTION
Condensation in fuel tanks and lines can freeze. Fuel lines can get blocked. Drain water from
filters and keep fuel tanks full.
17. Drain fuel filters of water (WP 0004 00).
18. Install driver's power plant access panel. See task: REMOVE/INSTALL POWER PLANT ACCESS PANELS
19. If intake grill was uncovered in Step 14, cover intake grill. See task: COVER/UNCOVER INTAKE AND EXHAUST
20. Cover exhaust grill. See task: COVER/UNCOVER INTAKE AND EXHAUST GRILLS (WP 0083 00).
21. Place tarpaulin over carrier.
22. Check that driver's hatch cover is closed. See task: OPEN/CLOSE DRIVER'S HATCH COVER (WP 0006 00 or
WP 0007 00).
23. Check that cargo hatch cover is closed. See task: OPEN/CLOSE CARGO HATCH COVER (WP 0008 00).
24. Check that commander's hatch cover is closed. See task: OPEN/CLOSE COMMANDER'S HATCH COVER
25. Check that ramp is raised. See task: LOWER/RAISE RAMP (WP 0012 00).
DO'S AND DON'TS FOR OPERATION IN EXTREME COLD
DO'S:
1.
Do be alert for the effects of cold on the carrier.
2.
Do install air inlet and exhaust grill covers and adjust for conditions.
3.
Do start engine coolant heater as soon as you stop for more than a few hours.
4.
Do read FM 21-306 to learn about the methods and special hazards of driving on snow, ice, and unusual terrain.

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