(c) Disconnect hose assembly from outlet elbow of air cleaner and elbow of
(d) Position one end of hose assembly onto outlet elbow and other end over
(e) Tighten T-bolt nut to eliminate all clearance between T-bolt and clamp.
Tighten T-bolt one additional turn. This will apply approximately 8-12
(f) Using wrench, tighten clamp.
(g) Close quick release clamp and install pin.
(h) Close top deck grille doors TM-10.
3-7. Army Oil Analysis Program
(1) The Army Oil Analysis Program is part of a DOD-wide effort to detect impending
equipment component failures and lubricant condition through periodic analysis of
(2) Oil analysis helps determine the internal condition of engines, gearboxes, trans-
missions, and other oil-lubricated system sand components. Your tank is included
in the program.
(3) Just like a doctor checks your blood for diseases, your expert Army laboratory
technicians analyze your oil sample to tell you what is going on inside your engine
and the condition of your oil.
(1) To detect potential component failure.
(2) T O reduce maintenance costs through preventive maintenance - prior to major
(3) To develop a data bank relating to component wear or failure.
Refer to TB 43-0211.
Be sure to identify each oil sample with the engine serial
number and tank serial number.