Table 3-2. Troubleshooting (Cont)
TEST OR INSPECTION
a. ENGINE SYSTEM (CONT)
LOW ENGINE POWER (CONT).
Step 2. Check for proper engine oil level.
Raise cab (para 2-22a).
Check engine oil level (para 2-18, item 34).
If engine oil level is low, add engine oil (Appendix F).
If engine oil level is high, notify Unit Maintenance.
Step 3. Check for restricted air filter (para 2-21a or b).
If restricted, clean air filter element (para 3-9).
If air filter element will not clean, notify Unit Maintenance.
Step 4. Check air cleaner hoses and pipe for kinks and damage.
Check air particle restriction hose for kinks and damage.
Check air cleaner to turbocharger pipe and hose for kinks or damage.
If pipe or hose(s) are damaged or kinked, notify Unit Maintenance.
Lower cab (para 2-22b).
If engine has low power, notify Unit Maintenance.
b. FUEL SYSTEM
ENGINE CRANKS BUT DOES NOT START OR ENGINE STALLS AFTER STARTING.
Step 1. Perform Engine System Troubleshooting (a2. Engine Cranks But Does Not Start).
Step 2. Check to see if fuel tank is empty.
If fuel tank is empty, fill fuel tank (para 2-20a).
If engine still cranks but does not start, perform Electrical System Troubleshooting (e5. Engine
Cranks But Does Not Start).
ETHER STARTING AID DOES NOT OPERATE.
Notify Unit Maintenance.