Antilock braking system ECU must not be submerged in water.
Rain, sleet, or snow will not effect operation of ECU.
Immediately after fording apply service brakes to expel water
from air brake chamber. Flush chambers with fresh water if
fording in salt water when mission allows.
For light discipline mission requirements DO NOT change,
remove, or disable the electrical system wiring, lighting, or
reflectors. Use duct tape to cover the lens on the ABS Warning
Light and reflectors as needed to meet mission requirements.
2-1. LANDING LEGS
Rotating the crank (1) operates the landing gear.
Insure the landing leg scissors
assemblies retaining (locking) pins
do not present a contact hazard to
personnel. The pins can extend
outward and cause injury.
a. Turning the crank (1) clockwise lowers landing
legs (2) for parking semitrailer.
b. Counterclockwise rotation raises legs (2) to
Pushing operating shaft (3) in engages low speed
gear for ease and speed in raising
or lowering legs (2).
Pulling operating shaft (3) out engages high speed
gear for raising or lowering of legs.
Crank hanger (4) holds the crank (1) when not in
Scissor shoe (5) keeps the leg (2) from sinking
into the ground.
Landing leg gear box (6) is located on the right
side (curbside) of the semitrailer.
Float pads (7) (ground board assemblies) are
described in paragraph 2-2.
Retaining pins (8) lock scissor shoes in up or