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ARMY TM 9-6116-666-13&P
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-505-1
a. Carefully read the entire task before starting. It tells you what you will need and what you have to
know to start task. DO NOT START THE TASK UNTIL:
(1) You know what is needed
(2) You have everything you need
(3) You understand what to do
b. If parts are listed, they can be drawn from technical supply. Before you start the task, check to make
sure you can get the needed parts. National stock numbers (NSNs) and part numbers for generator
set parts are listed in the generator Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL) manual, TM 9-
6115-645-24P. NSNs and part numbers for the trailer chassis parts are listed in TM 9-2330-376-
14&P.  NSNs and part numbers for the next higher assembly and trailer chassis are listed in
Appendix C.
If expendable/durable supplies or materials are needed, get them before starting the task. Refer to
Appendix X for the correct nomenclature and NSN.
How to do the Task. Before starting, read the entire procedure before you begin the task. As you read,
remember the following:
b. Use the GLOSSARY if you do not understand the special abbreviations or unusual terms used in this
The following are standard maintenance practices. Instructions about these practices are usually not
included in task steps. When standard maintenance practices do not apply, the task steps will tell
you. The standard maintenance practices are:
(1) Tag electrical wiring before disconnecting it.
(2) Discard used preformed packing, retainers, gaskets, cotter pins, lock washers, and similar
items. Install new parts to replace the discarded items.
(3) Coat packing before installation, in accordance with the task instructions.
(4) Disassembly procedures describe the disassembly needed for total authorized repair. You
may not  need to disassemble an item as far as described in the task.  Follow the
disassembly steps only as far as needed to repair/replace worn or damaged parts.
(5) Clean the assembly, subassembly, or part before inspecting it.
(6) Before installing components having mating surfaces, inspect the mating surfaces to make
sure they are in serviceable condition.
(7) Hold the bolt (or screw) head with a wrench (or screwdriver) while tightening or loosening a
nut on the bolt (or screw).


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