HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
HOW TO USE WORK PACKAGES
The following is an example of the "
section in a maintenance work package.
Not every work package will have all of the categories listed; only those that apply will be there.
INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVE CLEARANCE ADJUSTMENT
THIS WORK PACKAGE COVERS:
Before Adjustment, Adjustment, and After Adjustment
General mechanic’s tool kit (item 121, WP 0176)
Torque wrench, 0-300 inch-pounds (item 124, WP 0176)
turning tool, 2DR only (item 4, WP
Mandatory Replacement Parts
Gasket (2) (item 350, WP 0175)
Lubriplate (item 23, WP 0173)
Track Vehicle Repairer (2) 63H10
Cooling fans, vane housings, and fan
housing removed (WP 0054)
Identifies the name and number of the work package.
Describes the overall actions to be performed (remove, disassemble, adjust,
assemble, install, etc.).
This is a list of the tools and equipment you will need. Part number and national
stock number of each tool can be found in the referenced work package.
found in the general mechanic’s tool kit are not listed separately.
These supplies are needed to perform the work package.
These are items that have to be manufactured or fabricated in order to do the
The referenced work package describes how to do this.
The parts listed are those you must replace every time the work package is
Use the Repair Parts and Special Tools List (RPSTL)
TM 9-2815-220-24P to order the parts you need for the work package.
This tells you the person authorized to perform the work package.
Describes the condition the equipment must be in before you start the work
Each condition is followed by a work package reference.
reference to find the work package that sets up that equipment condition.
When you go to the referenced work package, you mush also perform
the Equipment Conditions on that referenced work package.