I-4. Service Intervals (cont'd)
b. Refer to FM 9-207 for instructions on necessary preliminary lubrication of the vehicle in cold weather
c. After operation under dusty or sandy conditions, clean and insect all points of lubrication for fouled lubri-
cants. Lubricate as necessary in accordance with lubrication instructions.
d. After fording operation, lubricate vehicle in accordance with lubrication instructions.
Table I-1. Lubrication Instructions
SEMITRAILER, VAN: ELECTRONIC, TACTICAL, XM1063
SEMITRAILER,VAN: SUPPLY, M129A4
Clean fittings before lubrication, using cleaning
Intervals are based on normal operation.
solvent P-D-680. Dry before lubricating.
Adjust to compensate for abnormal and
severe conditions or contaminated lubricants.
Lubricate points indicated by DOTTED AR-
During inactive periods, intervals may be
ROW SHAFTS on both sides of equipment. A
extended commensurate with adequate
DOTTED CIRCLE indicates a drain hole.
Lubricate after washing or fording as
Cleaning solvent is both toxic and
flammable. Avoid prolonged breathing of
In the table indicating MAN HOURS required
vapors. Avoid skin contact. Keep away
per interval, the time specified is the time
from open flame
required to perform all services at the particular