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TM 9 2320 361 10,TECHNICAL MANUAL TO 36A12 1B 1094 1. NO 9 2320 361 10 C4,TECHNICAL ORDER,NO 36A12 1B 1094 1. CHANGE HEADQUARTERS,NO 4 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY,Washington D C 7 June 1993. OPERATOR S MANUAL,2 1 2 TON 6X6 M44A2 SERIES TRUCKS. Model NSN Without Winch NSN With Winch, Truck Cargo M35A2 2320 00 077 1616 2320 00 077 1617.
M35A2C 2320 00 926 0873 2320 00 926 0875,M36A2 2320 00 077 1618 2320 00 077 1619. Truck Tank Fuel M49A2C 2320 00 077 1631 2320 00 077 1632. Truck Tank Water M50A2 2320 00 077 1633 2320 00 077 1632. M50A3 2320 00 077 1636 2320 00 937 5264, Truck Van Shop M109A3 2320 00 937 4036 2320 00 077 1637. Truck Instrument M185A3 4940 00 077 1638 4940 00 077 1639. Repair Shop, Truck Tractor M275A2 2320 00 077 1640 2320 00 077 1641. Truck Dump M342A2 2320 00 077 1643 2320 00 077 1644. Truck Maintenance M756A2 2320 00 904 3277,Pipeline Construction. Truck Maintenance M764 232000 937 5960,Earth Boring and.
Polesetting, Distribution authorized to U S Government agencies and their contractors for administrative and operational. purposes only This determination was made on 15 Dec 88 Other requests for this document will be referred to. Commander U S Army TACOM ATTN AMSTA MB Warren Ml 48397 5000. DESTRUCTION NOTICE Destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction. of the document, TM 9 2320 361 10 December 1988 is changed as follows. 1 Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 2 New or changed information is indicated by a verticle bar in the margin of the page. Removed Pages Insert Pages,2 65 and 2 66 2 65 and 2 66. 3 File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. By Order of the Secretary of the Army,GORDON R SULLIVAN. General United States Army,Chief of Staff,MILTON H HAMILTON.
Administrative Assistant to the,Secretary of the Army. By Order of the Air Force,MERRILL A McPEAK,General United States Air Force. Chief of Staff,CHARLES C McDONALD,General United States Air Force. Commander Air Force Logistics Command,Distribution. To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12 38 E Block 0416 requirements. for TM9 2320 361 10,TM 9 2320 361 10,TO 36A12 1B 1094 1.
DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY,AND THE AIR FORCE,CHANGE WASHINGTON D C 5 May 92. TECHNICAL MANUAL,OPERATOR S MANUAL,2 1 2 TON 6X6 M44A2 SERIES TRUCKS. Model NSN Without Winch NSN With Winch, Truck Cargo M35A2 2320 00 077 1616 2320 00 077 1617. M35A2C 2320 00 926 0873 2320 00 926 0875,M36A2 2320 00 077 1618 2320 00 077 1619. Truck Tank Fuel M49A2C 2320 00 077 1631 2320 00 077 1632. Truck Tank Water M50A2 2320 00 077 1633 2320 00 077 1634. M50A3 2320 00 937 4036 2320 00 937 5264, Truck Van Shop M109A3 2320 00 077 1636 2320 00 077 1637.
Truck Instrument M185A3 4940 00 077 1638 4940 00 077 1639. Repair Shop, Truck Tractor M275A2 2320 00 077 1640 2320 00 077 1641. Truck Dump M342A2 2320 00 077 1643 2320 00 077 1644. Truck Maintenance M756A2 2320 00 904 3277,Pipeline Construction. Truck Maintenance M761 2320 00 937 5980,Earth Boring and. Polesetting, DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT C Distribution authorized to U S Government agencies and their contractors This. publication IS required for administration and operational purposes as determined 15 December 1988 Other. requests for this document shall be referred to Commander US Army Tank Automotive Command ATTN. AMSTA MB Warren Ml 48397 5000, DESTRUCTION NOTICE For unclassified limited documents destroy by any method that will prevent disclosure of.
contents or reconstruction of the document, TM 9 2320 361 10 TO 36A12 1B 1094 1 15 December 1988 is changed as follows. 1 Removed old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 2 New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page. Removed Pages Insert Pages,iii through vi iii through vi. 2 1 and 2 2 2 1 and 2 2,2 23 and 2 24 2 23 and 2 24. 2 33 through 2 36 2 33 through 2 36,2 43 through 2 52 2 43 through 2 52. 2 81 through 2 84 2 81 through 2 84,2 87 and 2 88 2 87 and 2 88.
2 93 and 2 94 2 93 and 2 94,2 99 and 2 100 2 99 and 2 100. 2 121 and 2 122 2 121 and 2 122,3 5 and 3 6 3 5 and 3 6. A 1 and A 2 A 1 and A 2,B 3 through B 6 B 3 through B 6. B 9 through B 24 B 9 through B 24, C 1 through C 3 C 4blank C 1 through C 5 C 6 blank. D 3 and D 4 D 3 and D 4,cover blank cover blank, 3 File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes.
By Order of the Secretary of the Army,GORDON R SULLIVAN. General United States Army,Chief of Staff,MILTON H HAMILTON. Administrative Assistant to the,Secretary of the Army. By Order of the Air Force,MERRILL A McPEAK,General United States Air Force. Chief of Staff,CHARLES C McDONALD,General United States Air Force.
Commander Air Force Logistics Command,Distribution. To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12 38 E Block 0416 Operator main. tenance requirements for TM 9 2320 361 10,TM 9 2320 2361 10. TO 36A12 1B 1094 1,DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY,AND THE AIR FORCE. CHANGE WASHINGTON D C 28 February 1992,TECHNICAL MANUAL. OPERATOR S MANUAL,2 1 2 TON 6X6 M44A2 SERIES TRUCKS.
Model NSN Without Winch NSN With Winch, Truck Cargo M35A2 2320 00 077 1616 2320 00 077 1617. M35A2C 2320 00 926 0873 2320 00 926 0875,M36A2 2320 00 077 1618 2320 00 077 1619. Truck Tank Fuel M49A2C 2320 00 077 1631 2320 00 077 1632. Truck Tank Water M50A2 2320 00 077 1633 2320 00 077 1632. M50A3 2320 00 077 1636 2320 00 937 5264, Truck Van Shop M109A3 2320 00 937 4036 2320 00 077 1637. Truck Instrument M185A3 4940 00 077 1638 4940 00 077 1639. Repair Shop, Truck Tractor M275A2 2320 00 077 1640 2320 00 077 1641. Truck Dump M342A2 2320 00 077 1643 2320 00 077 1644. Truck Maintenance M756A2 2320 00 904 3277,Pipeline Construction.
Truck Maintenance M764 2320 00 937 5980,Earth Boring and. Polesetting, TM 9 2320 361 10 TO 36A12 1B 1094 1 15 December 88 is changed as follows. 1 Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 2 New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page. TM 9 2320 361 10,Remove Page Insert Pages,a and b a and b. e f blank e f blank,iii through vi iii through vi,1 1 and 1 2 1 1 and 1 2. 2 1 and 2 2 2 1 and 2 2,2 29 and 2 30 2 29 and 2 30.
2 41 and 2 42 2 41 and 2 42,2 81 through 2 84 2 81 through 2 84. 2 105 through 2 110 2 104 1 through 2 110,3 1 and 3 2 3 1 and 3 2. 3 17and3 18 3 17 and3 18,A 1 and A 2 A 1 and A 2,B 1 and B 2 B 1 and B 2. C 1 and C 2 C 1 and C 2,D 1 and D 2 D 1 and D 2,E 1 and E 2 E 1 and E 2. Index 5 and Index 6 Index 5 and Index 6,Index 9 and Index 10 Index 9 and Index 10.
3 File this change sheet in front of the publication for reference purposes. By Order of the Secretary of the Army,GORDON R SULLIVAN. General United States Army,Chief of Staff,MILTON H HAMILTON. Administrative Assistant to the,Secretary of the Army. By Order of the Secretary of the Air Force,MERRILL A McPEAK. General United States Air Force,Chief of Staff,CHARLES C McDONALD.
General United States Air Force,Commander Air Force Logistics Command. Distribution, To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12 36 E Block 0416 Operator. maintenance requirements for TM 9 2320 361 10,TECHNICAL MANUAL TM 9 2320 361 10. NO 9 2320 361 10,TECHNICAL ORDER,NO 36A12 1B 1094 1. CHANGE HEADQUARTERS,DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY,No 1 Washington D C 22 December 1989.
OPERATOR S MANUAL,2 1 2 TON 6x6,M44A2 SERIES TRUCKS. TRUCK CARGO 2 1 2 TON 6X6,M35A2 M35A2C M36A2,TRUCK TANK FUEL. 2 1 2 TON 6X6 M49A2C,TRUCK TANK WATER,2 1 2 TON 6x6 M50A2 M50A3. TRUCK VAN SHOP,2 1 2 TON 6x6 M109A3,TRUCK INSTRUMENT REPAIR SHOP. 2 1 2 TON 6x6 M185A3,TRUCK TRACTOR,2 1 2 TON 6X6 M275A2.
TRUCK DUMP 2 1 2 TON 6X6,TRUCK MAINTENANCE PIPELINE. CONSTRUCTION 2 1 2 TON 6X6,TRUCK MAINTENANCE,EARTH BORING AND POLESETTING. 2 1 2 TON 6X6 M764, TM 9 2320 354 10 30 September 1987 is changd as follows. 1 Remove old pages and insert new pages as indicated below. 2 New or changed material is indicated by a vertical bar in the margin of the page. Remove Pages Insert Page,e f blank e f blank,1 5 through 1 8 1 5 through 1 8. 2 81 and 2 82 2 81 and 2 82, 3 File this change in front of the publication for reference purposes.
By Order of the Secretary of the Army,CARL E VUONO. General United States Army,Official Chief of Staff. WILLIAM J MEEHAN II,Brigadier General United States Army. The Adjutant General,By Order of the Secretary of the Air Force. LARRY D WELCH,General United Stales Air Force,Chief of Staff.
ALFRED G HANSEN,General United States Air Force,Commander Air Force Logistics Command. Distribution, To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12 38 R Block 185 Operator. maintenance requirements for Truck Multifuel 21 2 Ton 6x6 M44A1 and M44A2 series. TM 9 2320 361 10,EXHAUST GASES CAN KILL, Brain damage or death can result from heavy exposure Precautions must be. followed to ensure crew safety when the personnel heater main or auxiliary. engine of any vehicle is operated for any purpose, 1 Do not operate your vehicle engine in enclosed areas. 2 Do not idle vehicle engine with vehicle windows closed. 3 Be alert at all times for exhaust odors, 4 Be alert for exhaust poisoning symptoms They are.
Sleepiness,Loss of muscular control, 5 If you see another person with exhaust poisoning symptoms. Remove person from area,Expose to open air,Keep person warm. Do not permit physical exercise,Administer artificial respiration if necessary. Notify a medic,For artificial respiration refer to FM 21 11. 6 BE AWARE the field protective mask for nuclear biological chemical NBC. protection will not protect you from carbon monoxide poisoning. THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST EXHAUST POISONING IS ADEQUATE. VENTILATION,HIGH INTENSITY NOISE, Hearing protection is required for the driver and co driver Hearing protection is.
also required for all personnel working in and around this vehicle while the. engine is running reference AR 40 5 and TB MED 501. TM 9 2320 361 10,WARNING SUMMARY, If NBC exposure is suspected all air filter media should be handled by personnel. wearing protective equipment Consult your unit NBC officer or NBC NCO for. appropriate handling or disposal instructions, Never mix gasoline or JP 4 turbine fuels with other fuels outside vehicle fuel. tank Any mixing should be done by adding fuels to fuel tank Gasoline and JP 4. turbine fuel are highly combustible and may explode resulting in injury or death. to personnel, Drycleaning solvent is flammable and will not be used near an open flame A fire. extinguisher will be kept nearby when solvent is used Use only in well. ventilated places Failure to do this may result in injury or death to personnel. Do not perform fueling operations fuel filter checks inspections or draining. while smoking or near fire flames or sparks Always keep a fire extinguisher. nearby Fuel may ignite causing injury or death to personnel. Don t smoke have open flame or make sparks around batteries They may. explode and cause injury or death to personnel, Remove all jewelry such as rings dog tags bracelets etc If jewelry contacts. battery terminal a direct short may result in instant heating of tools damage to. equipment and injury or death to personnel, Do not touch hot exhaust pipes with bare hands Injury to personnel may result.
If buzzer stops and air pressure reading is below 65 psi there may be no braking. action Shut down engine and check to see what is wrong Failure to do so may. result in injury or death to personnel, Wear hand protection when handling winch cable Broken wires may cause. injury to personnel, Safety braces must be used when checking hydraulic hoist cylinders Failure to. do so may result in injury or death to personnel, If warning buzzer does not go on when engine starts stop engine and notify your. supervisor Failure to do so may result in injury or death to personnel. Do not back up vehicle without a ground guide or injury or death to personnel. may result, Do not let vehicle coast down hill with clutch pedal depressed or transmission in. position N neutral Doing this may cause vehicle to increase speed and go out. of control resulting in injury or death to personnel. Never wear nylon clothing when handling petroleum High electrostatic charges. build up in such fabrics Failure to do so may cause fire resulting in injury or. death to personnel, Keep at least 25 ft 7 6 m between fuel tank vehicles during fueling operations.
to avoid congestion Failure to do so may result in injury or death to personnel. Do not perform fueling procedures while smoking or within 50 ft 15 m of sparks. or open flame Fuel is flammable and can explode easily resulting in injury or. death to personnel,b Change 2,TM 9 2320 361 10,WARNING SUMMARY Contd. If tachometer shows engine idling at high rpm and engine stop control does not. stop engine do not attempt to stall engine Leave vehicle and notify your. supervisor Attempting to stall engine at high rpm may engage transmission and. move vehicle resulting in injury or death to personnel. When hazard warning lights emergency flashers are in use they override brake. lights stop lamp operation Therefore when driving with hazard warning. lights emergency flashers operating be prepared to use hand signals to indicate. a stop Failure to do so may result in injury or death to personnel. When hooking or unhooking the towbar lunette from a disabled vehicle set the. parking brake or chock the wheels of the disabled vehicle before hooking or. unhooking the towbar If towed vehicle is not chocked or parking brake not set. disabled vehicle may move causing injury or death to personnel and or damage. to equipment, Be sure the front winch drive shaft rear winch shearpin is aluminum Do not. substitute any other type metal pin for the shearpin or injury or death to. personnel may result, All personnel must stand clear during winching operations A snapped cable or. shifting load may result in injury or death to personnel. When hooking up for winching operations position throat open part of hook. upward in case overloading straightens out hook Failure to do this may result. in injury or death to personnel, Use hand throttle to control engine speed when operating winch Do not run. engine faster than 1200 rpm Avoid sudden changes in speed or shearpin or. cable may break causing injury or death to personnel. On dropside trucks make sure foward end of dropsides are secured before. lowering tailgate Failure to do this may result in injury or death to personnel. Troop seats must be secured in the up position before lowering dropside or. injury or death to personnel may result, Do not remove tiller covers transfer fuels or drain fuel until rear and dispenser.
ground wires have been properly connected Failure to do so may result in. injury or death to personnel, All personnel must stand clear during hoisting and lowering operations. A snapped cable shifting or swinging load may result in injury or death. to personnel, Hearing protection must be worn when using earth boring machine or rear. winch or injury to personnel may result, Avoid any contact with high voltage power lines by the derrick or vehicle If the. derrick or vehicle does come in contact with a high voltage power line the. vehicle will become electrically charged Do not contact any item that is not on. the vehicle and grounded or attempt to leave the vehicle Failure to do this may. result in injury or death to personnel, Do not pull back on winch control lever during hoisting operations or load may. drop and cause injury or death to personnel, Do not attempt to remove 20 inch and 30 inch augers hy hand Use rear winch.
and boring machine derrick to lift and lower augers Failure to do this may. result in injury or death to personnel,TM 9 2320 361 10. WARNING SUMMARY Contd, Keep feet clear of augers when lifting locking handles Augers tilt to side when. released and may result in injury to personnel, Do not let personnel stand near auger while boring or spinning soil off auger. Injury to personnel may result from flying materials. Check derrick tube for damage before using A tube bend or flat spot may cause. collapse under load resulting in injury or death to personnel. The cable reel is heavy and may require the derrick and winch to load unload. it Failure to lift reel properly may result in injury or death to personnel. Make sure collapsible cable reel is properly mounted on rear winch shaft before. operating reel Failure to do so may result in injury or death to personnel. Do not overload cable reel Maximum pull on reel is 4 000 lb A snapped cable. may result in injury or death to personnel, Alcohol used in alcohol evaporator is flammable poisonous and explosive Do. not add alcohol while smoking or near fire flames or sparks Do not drink. alcohol Doing this may result in injury or death to personnel. Vehicle operation on ice and snow can be dangerous Operators must drive at. reduced speeds and be prepared to meet sudden changes in road conditions. and traffic speeds Maintain safe stopping distances Failure to do this may. cause loss of vehicle control resulting in injury or death to personnel. Sudden stops may cause vehicle wheels to lock or engine to stall Pump brakes. gradually when stopping vehicle on ice or snow Failure to do this may result in. injury or death to personnel, Compressed air used for cleaning will not exceed 30 psi Use only with effective.
chip guarding and personal protective equipment goggles shield gloves etc. Extreme care should be taken when removing radiator tiller cap if temperature. gage reads above 180 F Contact by steam or hot coolant may result in injury or. death to personnel, Do not operate vehicle on wet smooth roads with lowered tire inflation Do not. operate vehicle at too great a speed for road conditions Low tire inflation or. excessive speeds may cause loss of vehicle control on wet smooth roads. resulting in injury or death to personnel, Towing vehicle to start engine should be done on straight smooth surface. Failure to do this may cause towed vehicle to lose control resulting in injury or. death to personnel, One jumper cable must connect positive terminals and other jumper cable must. connect negative terminal of jump starting vehicle to body away from batteries. of disabled vehicle Failure to do this may cause batteries to explode resulting in. injury or death to personnel, Air shutoff valves must be turned on to charge trailer brake system Failure to. do this may cause trailer brake failure resulting in injury or death to personnel. Make sure air shutoff valves are turned off after uncoupling trailer Failure to. do this may cause vehicle brake failure resulting in injury or death to personnel. TM 9 2320 361 10,WARNING SUMMARY Cont, Never attempt deepwater fording unless water depth is known to be 72 in.
183 cm or less and bottom surface is known to be hard Limit vehicle speed. while fording to 4 mph 6 km h Failure to do so may cause vehicle to lose. control resulting in injury or death to personnel, Do not rely on service brakes until they dry after fording operations Continue to. apply brakes until uneven braking ceases Failure to do this may result in injury. or death to personnel, Exhaust gases from mixing pipe can kill Operate swingfire heater with mixing. pipe in well ventilated area only Failure to do this may result in injury or death. to personnel, Box assembly and exhaust pipe will become hot after continued operation Be. careful when opening access door and when removing swingfire heater Failure. to do this may result in injury to personnel, When lowering spare wheel hold wrench handle bar securely Do not release bar. until wheel touches ground If bar must be released before wheel touches ground. lock shaft in place with pawl Failure to do this may cause wheel to drop and bar. to spin resulting in injury or death to personnel, Pawl must rest on shaft gear teeth before raising spare wheel Failure to do this.
may cause wheel to drop and bar to spin resulting in injury or death to. Make sure studs are fully seated in slots before tightening nuts or wheel may. drop during operation of vehicle resulting in injury or death to personnel. All personnel must stand clear during removal and replacement of spare wheel. Failure to do this may result in injury or death to personnel. Do not work under vehicle that is supported by jack only Jack may slip causing. vehicle to fall and result in injury or death to personnel. Completely deflate tires before removing from axles if there is obvious damage to. wheel components Injury or death to personnel may result from exploding wheel. components, Stand clear of tire while gaging and inflating Injury or death to personnel may. result from exploding wheel components, When checking connections do not let tools touch battery box This can cause a. direct short arcing tool will heat to red hot and battery may explode resulting. in injury or death to personnel, All vehicles must be bonded and grounded for static discharge before fuel. transfer Failure to do so may cause fire resulting in injury or death to. Fuel tank sections should only be top loaded when bottom loading is not possible. Top loading causes static electricity which may cause fire resulting in injury or. death to personnel, Dispenser line should almost touch bottom of tank during filling to decrease the. build up of vapors Failure to do so may cause fire resulting in injury or death to. This vehicle has been designed to operate safely and efficiently within the limits. specified in this TM Operation beyond these limits is prohibited LAW AR 70 1. without written approval from the Commander U S Army Tank Automotive. Command ATTN AMSTA CM S Warren MI 48397 5000,Change 2 e f blank.


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