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TB 9-2300-378-14
Inspect clamp for visual damage.
1.
Make sure nut on adjustment screw is tight.
2.
Check that quick release handle is down and secured with locking pin.
3.
Grasp clamp and attempt to rotate it. Any movement indicates a loose
4.
clamp, tighten as necessary.
Grasp hose just behind hose flange, and attempt to move flange. Any
5.
movement indicates a loose clamp, tighten as necessary.
Check turbocharger inlet V-band clamp for split bands, bent or stripped
6.
T-bolts and damaged nuts.  Replace defective clamp (NSN 5340-00-678-
6178). Refer to para. 3-6b.
Check air cleaner outlet quick-release V-band clamp for split band, bent
7.
Replace
o r stripped T-bolt, damaged nut or quick-release lever.
defective clamp (NSN 4730-01-132-9086). Refer to para. 3-6b.
Replacement
b.
(1) Intake Hose (Flat Band Clamp) (Fig. 3-11)
Figure 3-11. Air intake hose replacement.
(a) Using 3/8 inch wrench, loosen clamp nut at each end of intake hose.
Slide clamp over intake hose.
(b)
(c) Remove hose from elbow and flange (5).
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