6-2. System troubles listed in figure 6-1 may be the result of the probable cause in-
dicated. Many of the troubles listed are based on practical experience; however, the
causes listed are not the only faults that can cause the specified trouble. Unique situ-
ations will require special approaches. Repair instructions recommended in the
6-1 lists troubleshooting data
in the following manner:
Various troubles that may be encountered during check stand
PROBABLE CAUSE. The probable causes of a particular trouble are listed in
the order in which they are most likely to occur under standard operating
REMEDY. Remedies are similarly arranged, but in order of complexity,
starting with the simplest remedy. See figures 6-2 and 6-3 when performing
F r o n t wheels a.
Wheels not aligned
Align wheels, using standard align-
do not track
Loose axle "U"
Align axle on front plate assembly,
and tighten "U" bolts.
axle to slip on front
Figure 6-1. Table of Troubleshooting Procedures (Sheet 1 of 5)