Table 3-2. Troubleshooting (Cont)
TEST OR INSPECTION
s. STEERING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
STEERING HARD OR DOES NOT OPERATE.
Step 1. Raise cab (para 2-22a).
Do not overfill power steering reservoir. Failure to comply may result in damage to
Step 2. Check that steering reservoir is filled to proper level. Oil should be level with full mark on
Add oil as required.
If oil is over full mark, notify Unit Maintenance.
Step 3. Check hydraulic lines and fittings for Class III leaks.
If Class III leaks are found or steering is still hard or does not operate, notify Unit
Lower cab (para 2-22b).
t. AIR TRANSPORT SYSTEM
CAB TILT, SPARE TIRE RETAINER, AND SUSPENSION COMPRESSION DO NOT
Check hydraulic hoses, air lines, and fittings for Class III leaks.
If Class III leaks are found or cab tilt, spare tire retainer, and suspension compression still do not
operate, notify Unit Maintenance.
SUSPENSION DOES NOT COMPRESS OR RETURN TO NORMAL PROPERLY.
Step 1. Check to see if cab raises (para 2-22a).
If cab does not raise, perform Air System Troubleshooting (t1. Cab Tilt, Spare Tire Retainer and
Suspension Compression Do Not Work).