b. Interval. This column shows when each check is to be done.
c. Item to be Inspected. This column identifies the general area or specific part where the check or
service is to be done.
d. Procedures. This column lists the checks or services you have to do and explains how to do them.
4-12. Reporting Deficiencies. If you discover any problem with the equipment during PMCS that you
are unable to correct, it must be reported.
Refer to DA Pam 738-750 and report the deficiency using
the proper forms.
H - Hours of operation
Unit Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
W - Weekly
M - Monthly
S - Semiannually
Before performing any maintenance that
requires climbing on or under trailer, set
trailer, handbrakes, chock wheels and
lower rear leveling jacks. Injury to
personnel could result from trailer
suddenly rolling or tipping.
This PMC table lists the checks and
services as performed on a single power
unit. These procedures must be duplicated
on each of the two power units that
make up the AN/MJQ-15.
Check the fluid level. Add fluid as required.
Inspect generator set for fuel and oil leaks,
loose or missing components and hardware,
and unusual wear or deterioration.
Clean generator set.
Fuel system must be above freezing;
temperature when draining water and
sediment from strainer, filters and tank.