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WEEKLY LMTV PMCS  Item #41.1 Front Gladhands A. Check front gladhands for damage and air leaks.  NFMC if Air leaks are heard. B. Remove dummy couplings and check for obstructions. NFMC if Gladhands Are obstructed. C. Inspect and lubricate coupler seals. NFMC if Coupler seals are faulty. Item #42 Mounting/Coupling Hardware and Hoses/Tubes 
​A. Check bolts, nuts, clamps, hoses, and tubes for looseness and missing, broken, or leaking conditions. Tighten loose bolts, nuts, and clamps. If bolts, nuts, clamps, hoses, or tubes are missing, broken, cannot be tightened, or damaged to the point of leaking, notify Unit Maintenance. The following should be checked: B. Transmission cooling system. C. Air intake system, including air filter, particle extraction hose, charge air cooler tubes/hoses, and air compressor D. Air system, including air dryer and air tanks. E. Fuel system, including fuel return hose and fuel/water separator drain hose. Item #43 Mounting/Coupling Hardware and Hoses/ Tubes; Check nuts, bolts, clamps, hoses, and tubes for looseness and missing, broken, or leaking conditions. If damage is found, notify Unit Maintenance. The following should be checked: A. Suspension, including springs and U-bolts. B. Axles, including vent hoses, CTIS hoses, and clamps. C. Exhaust system, including muffler and tailpipe. D. Check engine mounts for loose or missing mounting bolts. Check that center bolt is not rubbing bracket. Cracks greater than 50% or more on any side of rubber mount.  NFMC if Engine mounts are loose or damaged. Missing bolts, cracks greater than 50% or more on any side of rubber mount. E. Engine/transmission supports (cradle mounts). F. Drive shaft bearing cup screws. Item #44 11K SRW Operation (if Equipped) A. Check 11K SRW for proper operation in both directions B. Check cable for kinks, frays, and breaks. C. Check cable end for missing or damaged pin or cotter pin. Item #45 Heater/Defrost Controls; Check FAN switch, HEAT control, VENT control, and DEFR (defrost) control for proper operation Item #46 Wheels and Tires A. Check tire tread depth. Tread should not be worn beyond level of wear bar.  NFMC if Tire tread is worn even to height of tread bar (depth is 1/8 in. (3 mm) or less). Any cut, gouge, or crack that extends to cord body or any unusual bulges B. Check wheel assembly for damage. If damaged, remove wheel and check wheel for cracked, broken, or bent surfaces.  NFMC if Wheel is cracked, broken, or bent. C. Check wheel studs and nuts for obvious looseness. Check for bent or broken studs and missing or loose nuts. Notify Unit Maintenance if any nuts are loose or missing or if any studs are broken or bent.  NFMC if Two or more nuts or studs on same wheel are missing, loose, or broken. D. Check tire pressures with tire gage for each CTIS setting. Notify Unit Maintenance if tire pressures are not within +/- 3 psi (21 kPa) of the values of HWY 55 psi, X-C 33 psi, Sand 20 psi, Emer 14 psi Item #47 Hydraulic Reservoir (if equipped) A. Check hydraulic reservoir, oil hoses, and connections for leaks and/or damage.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. B. Check for clogged, damaged, or missing hydraulic reservoir strainer. (1). Remove cap from hydraulic reservoir (2). Wipe out inside of hydraulic reservoir strainer with clean rag. (3). Install cap on hydraulic reservoir. Item #48 Batteries A. Open battery cover B. Check batteries for damaged casing, terminal posts, and security of mounting. Check that battery cable clamps are secure. Notify Unit Maintenance if any defects are found.  NFMC if One or more batteries are missing, unserviceable, or leaking. Battery cable clamps are loose. C. Check battery fluid level. If fluid level is low notify Unit Maintenance. If fluid is gassing (to boiling), notify Unit Maintenance. D. Check battery box for corrosion. Clean debris from battery box drain holes. E. Close Battery Cover
​ Item #49 Air Dryer; Check Air Dryer for Damage and loose mounting. Item #50 Underneath Vehicle A. Check underneath vehicle for obvious damage to leaf springs, engine, transmission, frame rails, and crossmembers.  NFMC if Check underneath vehicle for obvious damage to leaf springs, engine, transmission, frame rails, and crossmembers. B. Check air hoses and fittings underneath vehicle for obvious damage and leakage.  NFMC if Any air leaks or damage to hose or fittings are found. C. Check shock absorbers for leaks, missing or loose hardware and loose shock absorbers.  NFMC if Any oil leaks greater than class I, missing or loose hardware, or loose shock absorbers are found D. Check drive shafts for loose hardware.  NFMC if Any loose hardware is found. E. Inspect drive shaft for excessive play. If drive shaft has excessive play, Notify Unit Maintenance to perform hinging check. Item #51 Electrical Connectors; Check Electrical Connectors for damage. Item #52 Rear Gladhands A. Check rear gladhands for damage and air leaks.  NFMC if Air leaks are heard. B. Lubricate coupler seals
​ Item #53 Reflectors; Check for missing or damaged reflectors. Item #54 Pintle Hook; Check pintle hook for looseness and/or damaged locking mechanism. Item #55 Shackles; Check Shackles for damage.  Check mounting pin for damage. Item #56 11K SRW Rollers (If Equipped); Check that cable guides and roller fairleads are mounted securely and rotate smoothly. Item #57 11K SRW (If Equipped); Inspect 11K SRW for loose parts, oil leaks, and obvious external damage. Item #58 Fuel Tank A. Check fuel tank for clogged, damaged, or missing fuel strainer. B. Check that fuel cap is not loose or damaged. C. Check fuel tank for clogged, damaged, or missing fuel strainer.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. Item #59 Door, Window and Mirror; Check condition and operation of doors, windows, and mirrors. Item #60 Drive Belts, Fan, and Pulleys
​A. Raise Cab B. Check drive belts for cracking, fraying, and breaks.  NFMC if Any of the following conditions are present:  1. Any drive belt has more thanone crack 1/8 in. (3 mm) in depth or 50 percent of belt thickness.  2. Any drive belt has frays more than 2 in. (51 mm) long C. Check tightness of drive belts. Play should be about 1/2 in. (13 mm). Notify Unit Maintenance to tighten drive belts.  NFMC if Any drive belt has excessive play. Item #61 Fan Clutch; Check fan clutch for missing or loose mounting hardware.  NFMC if Check fan clutch for missing or loose mounting hardware. Item #62 Radiator Hoses A. Check radiator hoses for cracks and excessive wear which may cause leakage.  Check Radiator hoses for loose hose clamps.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. B. Check Radiator for leaks and damaged fins.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. Item #63 Fuel Filter; Check fuel filter for leaks or damage.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. Item #64 Power Steering Reservoir A. Check power steering reservoir for leaks or obvious damage.  NFMC if Class III leak is evident. B. Check that power steering reservoir is filled to proper level. Oil level should be between maximum and minimum level as marked on dipstick. Add oil as required (Appendix F, Note 7). If oil level is over full mark, notify Unit Maintenance. Item #65 Charge Air A. Check for missing or loose clamps at: NFMC if Any clamp missing or unable to be tightened. (1) Intake air filter. (2) Turbocharger inlet coupling. (3) Charge air cooler. (4) Charge air cooler to air inlet elbow tubes. B. Check intake Air Hoses at: NFMC if Any hose with damage. (1) Intake air filter. (2) Turbocharger inlet coupling. (3) Charge air cooler. (4) Charge air cooler to air inlet elbow tubes.

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