INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
maintenance requirements. The six tasks listed
in paragraphs 1.8
to 1.13 shall
performed in the order listed. The additional tasks listed in Section III of this chapter shall also be
1.7.1 Trailers shall be inspected and repaired in accordance with Chapter 5.
1.7.2 As soon as a generator set is determined to be Non-Economical to repair or selected for TIER 2
repair, no further work shall be performed on that set.
Inspection. An initial inspection shall
be done on each unit received
to determine deficiencies
and to determine the optimal repair facility.
performed and recorded in accordance with the checklist provided. Every component shall be visually
inspected for serviceability. Damaged and/or missing components will be annotated on a DA 2404
(provided at Appendix H). Missing or damaged parts that require replacement before starting the
generator set shall be denoted. Technicians familiar with generator set configurations shall perform the
performed on all sets that have been Technically Inspected. The FI shall include a Test Method 608.1,
full load only, Mil-Std 705 along with all other inspections as specified. Prior to test set-up, start and
operate the set to confirm rated voltage and frequency. During stabilization period, check all set
instrumentation for proper operation, and check audible and visual engine performance.
1.11 Oil pressure, cylinder compression, and crankcase vacuum test.
All engines that pass
functional testing of paragraph 1.10 shall have the oil pressure and cylinder compression or crankcase
test shall be used to determine if the generator set is a candidate for TIER 2 repair or engine replacement.
as required. After
the TI and FI are completed
and the unit
optimally repaired at TIER 1, the deficiencies identified shall be corrected. Troubleshooting procedures,
in accordance with applicable technical manuals, shall be followed to correct all deficiencies. Additional
TIER 1maintenance and mandatory part replacement in accordance with Chapter 3 shall be completed.
1.12.1 TIER 1 (or TIER 2) repair not required. On units that are fully functional, pass TI and FI and
and have no evidence of sand
in the fuel tank
and main generator; TIER
Maintenance Requirements are not applicable. These units shall be repaired as required, have all
applicable MWO's applied, have S1 and S6 replaced IAW paragraphs 3.7.8 and 3.7.9, and perform only
the PMCS IAW the applicable TM.
Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS). After completion
of repairs, perform
the required Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) in accordance with Appendix E.
Assurance Requirements. After completion
of repairs and PMCS, perform