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These Item Numbers are the Items Numbers you will use on your 5988 or 2404 in the left column

​Item #22.1 Gear Shift Leaver
(A) Check transmission shift lever operation, Shift through all operating ranges and Lever should move freely through all range positions; NFMC if Lever inoperable or binds between range dents


(B) Check transfer shift lever operation, Place transmission in "N" shift transfer lever through all range positions and Lever should move freely through all ranges; NFMC if Lever inoperable or does not engage in all ranges with engine not running


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This page contains all the Steps to Perform After Operation HMMWV (Humvee) PMCS for numerious types of HMMWV vehicles for the Army, Air Force and Marine Corps.  It Also contains notes on Maintenance, fluid levels and much more information.  The purpose is to help Soldiers become better Educated and earn quicker Army Promotions by assisting in not only their Army Educations but also their College Educations as well.  Steps to perform Before, During, After, Weekly and Monthly PMCS Checks with TM Item numbers to enter on the DA Form 5988 or DA form 2404. You No Longer need to Share one TM between 4 Vehicles or Make Copies of a Single TM in the Platoon any longer.  Conveniently use your Phone to go Step by Step during the PMCS Process.  Information is Derived from Army TM 9 2320 280 10, AIR FORCE TO 36A12-1A-2091-1 and MARINE CORPS TM 2320-10/6B


Item # 23 Transmission Fluid
Do not permit dirt, dust or grit to enter dipstick and do not overfill, it should be checked with engine
running, parking brake set and Transmission Lever in "N" with the Engine temp of 190-230 F and fluid should be between hash marks



Item #24 Fuel Filter
(A) Check fuel for contamination, with engine running open drain valve allow fuel to drain in container until it runs clear and close valve; NFMC if Fuel is not clear after draining 1 pint


(B) Check for Leaks; NFMC if Class III Leakage evident


​(C) Stop engine and remove rubber hose from drain valve if installed



Item #25 Left Side Tires
Visually check tires for under inflation, cuts, gouges, cracks or bulges and remove all penetrating objects; NFMC if Tire deflated or otherwise unserviceable



Item #26 Mirror
Check mirror for presence of cracks and serviceability



Item #27 Left Front Side
(A) Visually check vehicle for evidence of leakage; NFMC if any brake fluid leak, Class III leak of oil, fuel or coolant


(B) Visually check halfshaft cv boots and ball joint boots for presence of rips, tears or cuts


​(C) Inspect frame for cross members and underbody support for missing hardware, cracks, bends and breaks and notify unit maintenance if rust is present but the base metal is sound; NFMC if Cross members or underbody support are missing any hardware, broken, cracked, bent or rusted through condition is present that would affect vehicle operation


(D) Visually check body for damage that would impair operation of vehicle; NFMC if any damage will prevent operation



Item #28 Rear Exterior
(A) Visually Check underneath vehicle for evidence of fluid leakage; NFMC if Any brake fluid, Class III Leak of oil, fuel or coolant


(B) Visually check halfshaft cv boots and ball joint boots for presence of rips, tears or cuts


(C) Inspect frame for cross members and underbody support for missing hardware, cracks, bends and breaks and notify unit maintenance if rust is present but the base metal is sound; NFMC if Cross members or underbody support are missing any hardware, broken, cracked, bent or rusted through condition is present that would affect vehicle operation


​(D) Inspect bumper or cross member and inner braces in area around towing pintle for cracks or breaks; NFMC if Bumper, cross member or an inner brace is cracked or broken


Item # 29 Patient Compartment
(A) check presence and operation of ceiling white lights, blackout lights and spotlights; NFMC if One or more flights inoperative or unserviceable


(B) Check operation of blackout switches at rear step, rear doors and bulk head door; NFMC if Any Blackout switch inoperable


(C) Inspect condition and security of litter racks and components


(D) Inspect upper litter rack hinges and latches for proper operation, damage or missing components; NFMC if Hinges or latches inoperative, damaged or missing


(E) Inspect tension straps, support straps, litter straps and footman loops for security of mounting, damage and missing components


(F) Inspect oxygen bottles and mounting components for security of stowage when oxygen bottles are in stowed position


(G) Inspect IV straps and hangers for security of mounting, damage and missing components


​(H) Check operation of rear doors, handles and latching mechanisms and check for loose or missing components, Door should not bind and should close securely when latched shut; NFMC if Rear door handles and latching mechanisms do not operate properly or Missing or damaged components and Rear doors do not operate properly


(I) Inspect rear door seals, step seals, bulkhead door and rear door vent seals, Door seals must not allow emission of light signature under blackout conditions; NFMC if Door seals allow emission of light signature under blackout conditions (detectable from 50ft of vehicle)



Item # 30 Right Side Tires
Visually check tires for under inflation, cuts, gouges, cracks or bulges and remove all penetrating objects; NFMC if Tire deflated or otherwise unserviceable



Item # 31 Mirror Right Side
Check mirror for presence of cracks and serviceability



​Item # 32 Right Front, Side Exterior
(A) visually check vehicle for evidence of leakage; NFMC if any brake fluid leak, Class III leak of oil, fuel or coolant


(B) Visually check halfshaft cv boots and ball joint boots for presence of rips, tears or cuts


(C) Inspect frame for cross members and underbody support for missing hardware, cracks, bends and breaks and notify unit maintenance if rust is present but the base metal is sound; NFMC if Cross members or underbody support are missing any hardware, broken, cracked, bent or rusted through condition is present that would affect vehicle operation


(D) Visually check body for damage that would impair operation of vehicle; NFMC if any damage will prevent operation



Item #33 Engine Oil
Do not permit dirt, dust or grit to enter dipstick, do not over fill, and Check oil level to ensure it is between "ADD" and "FULL" if level is below "ADD" add oil to bring level between "ADD" and "FULL"; NFMC if Oil appears Milky



​Item #34 Power Steering Lines and Fittings
Check power steering lines and fittings for leaks; NFMC if Class III Leakage is evident



Item #35 Item has been deleted

Item #36 Cooling System
Inspect radiator hoses for leakage; NMFC If Class III Leakage is present


Item #37 Master Cylinder
Visually check master cylinder lines for leaks and security of cover; NFMC if any leak or cover missing



Item #37.1 Windshield Washer Jar
(A) Visually check windshield washer jar for damage


​(B) Check windshield washer fluid level



Item #38 Lights
(A) Check for presence and operation of service drive, turn signal, blackout marker, marker, blackout drive and side marker lights


(B) Check operation of tail/stop lights, Push down brake pedal approximately 1/4 in. Tail/stop lights should come on


​Item #39 Horn
Check Operation of horn if tactical situation permits



Item #40 Windshield and Wipers
(A) Check windshield for damage that would impair operator's vision; NFMC if Windshield is cracked, broken or discolored (cloudy) sufficiently to impair operator's vision


(B) Check windshield wiper and blade for presence and damage


(C) Check windshield wipers and washer for proper operation



​Item #41 Light Switches
Ensure all switches are in the "OFF" Position

 

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