STANDARD MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
General Information, Standard Maintenance Instructions (Cleaning, Inspection, Repair), and
This work package contains general preparation, cleaning, inspection, repair, and fault
Perform these procedures during disassembly, repair, and assembly of the engine,
the container, and their parts.
The procedures for cleaning, inspection, repair and assembly of the various parts and
components that make up the engine sub-assemblies will be the same for a great percentage of
parts and components.
To avoid repetition, these standard instructions are detailed in this
The tools and expendable materials needed to perform the standard instructions
will be identified in the initial setup part of the procedural work package.
The "procedural" work package will reference this Standard Maintenance Instructions work
package throughout the manual.
Any "nonstandard" cleaning, inspection, repair, or assembly procedure – procedures that are
peculiar to a specific part or component – will be covered in the procedural work package in
the section or paragraph relating to that item.
REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS, AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
Part or item numbers of tools, kits and inserts, in addition to working dimensions are tabulated
in appropriate procedural work package.
Tables of Allowance (TA) and Tables of Organization and Equipment (TOE) authorize
standard and common tools and equipment that are used on the engine and container for issue.
Refer to Work Package 0176 for lists of special tools and support equipment needed to
maintain the engine and container.
Refer to Work Package 0177 for lists and illustrations of fabricated items needed to maintain
Repair parts and special tools are listed and illustrated in TM 9-2815-220-24P.
This is your
authority for ordering replacement parts.
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
Go to Work Package 0027 for specific instructions.
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