ARMY TM 9-6116-666-13&P
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-505-1
APPENDIX H. ILLUSTRATED LIST OF MANUFACTURED ITEMS
This appendix provides instructions for making the items authorized to be manufactured or fabricated at the
unit maintenance level and direct support maintenance level.
APPENDIX I. TORQUE LIMITS
This appendix lists standard torque values for bolts and screws used in the power plant.
APPENDIX J MANDATORY REPLACEMENT PARTS
This appendix lists all mandatory replacement parts referenced in the task setups and procedures.
This glossary has two sections, as follows:
Section I. ABBREVIATIONS
This section lists the special or unique abbreviations used in this technical manual.
Special or unique
abbreviations are those not listed in MIL-STD-12D.
Section II. DEFINITION OF UNUSUAL TERMS
This section lists and defines the terms used in this technical manual that are not listed in the Army dictionary
An alphabetical index at the back of this technical manual provides a listing of subjects covered, cross-
referenced to the applicable paragraph.
HOW TO FIX A POWER PLANT MALFUNCTION.
Determining the Cause. Finding the cause of a malfunction, troubleshooting, is the first step in fixing the
power plant and returning it to operation. Follow these simple steps to determine the root of the problem:
a. Turn to time Table of Contents in this manual (page i).
b. Locate "troubleshooting" under the chapter that covers your level of maintenance. Turn to the page
For operator troubleshooting, follow the instructions in the references listed in Chapter 3.
d. For troubleshooting at the unit maintenance level, find the malfunction listing in the troubleshooting
symptom index. Follow the instructions in the figure (troubleshooting chart) indicated by the
Preparing for a Task. Be sure that you understand the entire maintenance procedure before beginning any
maintenance task. Make sure that all parts, materials, and tools are handy. Read all steps before beginning.
Prepare to do the task as follows: