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TM  9-2520-272-34&P   CHAPTER   3 GENERAL   MAINTENANCE   INSTRUCTIONS OVERVIEW The   maintenance   practices   in   this   chapter   must   be   followed   when   working   on   the   transmission. The   maintenance   procedures   in   this   manual   cover   normal   maintenance   situations   You   may   find a   situation   where   the   procedure   will   not   work   because   of   contamination,   overheating,   or excessive   wear.   For   example,   a   bearing   may   have   to   be   pressed   out   instead   of   lifted   out   as instructed   in   the   procedure. When   a   maintenance   practice   or   procedure   does   not   seem   to   be   working   for   you,   talk   to   your maintenance  officer  before  trying  any  other  method  of  doing  the  task.  A  bad  method  could damage  good  parts  or  cause  unnecessary  damage  to  the  transmission. Paragraph 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 3-13 3-14 3-15 Title Page 3-1.   CARE   IN   HANDLING Care   in   Handling Cleaning Inspection Lubrication Torque   Specifications   and   Tightening Removing   or   Installing   Connectors Removing   or   Installing   Bearings Mandatory   Replacement   Parts Sequence Parts   Requirements   for   Preliminary   Procedures Locally   Fabricated   Shop   Aids Repair   Parts Common   Tools Special   Tools Oil   Analysis   Program   for   Transmission Supplemental    Maintenance    Instructions 3-1 3-2 3-4 3-6 3-7 3-7 3-7 3-8 3-8 3-8 3-8 3-9 3-9 3-9 3-9 CAUTION Protective   covers   on   threads,   pilot   diameters,   or   splines   must   be   of   such configuration   as   to   prevent   further   assembly   unless   the   covers   are   first removed.   If   protective   covers   are   left   in   the   transmission,   the   transmission   may not   operate   properly. Protect   all   threads,   splines,   and   pilot   diameters. Parts   must   be   handled   carefully   to   prevent nicking,   scratching,   or   denting. Parts   that   operate   with   close   tolerances   will   not   function properly,   even   if   slightly   damaged. Parts   requiring   smooth   sealing   surfaces   may   leak   if scratched;   such   parts   should   be   carefully   handled   and   protected.   Use   suitable   containers   and parts   receptacles   for   storage. Para.   3-1 3-1


 


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