TM 9- 70-387-24-l
If you are getting white smoke due to coolant entering the cylinders.
you should notice a loss of coolant in the radiator or bubbles in the
radiator tank while the engine is running. You may need to fill the
radiator to proper level and recheck a day later to determine if there is
a coolant loss.
If you dont detect coolant loss, you may have missed a fuel problem.
Rerun the fuel system tests paying attention for a raw exhaust smell.
If you still find nothing, you may have a small or inconsistant leak.
Notify OS maintenance
Keep hands away from engine
fan. Moving fan blades can
cause serious injury. Use
extreme caution when engine
If the engine doesnt shut off with the solenoid
fuel is still reaching the cylinders-
probably because the fuel solenoid is stuck
open. When you squeeze the return line tight
enough to prevent fuel flowing through it, you
create a pressure imbalance inside the injection
pump that will cause the engine to stall.
cable before disconnecting
reconnecting protective control
There is battery voltage at the
PCB at all times. Failure to
disconnect battery cable will
result in damage to equipment or
injury to personnel.
Remember to reconnect any wires that may
have been disconnected
harness (para. 4-90).
Replace PCS (para. 4-4).
DC VOLTAGE 0-45 VOLTS
1. Connect RED clip to the indicated test point,
BLACK clip to negative or ground.
2. Start Test 89. DC Volts.
3. Displayed reading is in volts.
1. Set the voltmeter to a DC volts scale of at least
2. Connect the RED lead to positive and the
BLACK lead to negative.
3. Be sure to read the correct scale.