Hydraulic Reservoir (Tank) (Continued)
Servicing. Clean the filter housing with an approved cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly. Old
filter and gaskets shall be discarded and replaced with new filters and gasket.
Installation. Install the filter by reversing the procedures used for removal.
a. Removal. Drain hydraulic oil from reservoir. Remove breather cap, oil strainer and filter (Refer
to Paragraph 1-2-3 of this section). Disconnect hose (Item 19), remove elbow (Item 20) and
adapter (Item 21). Remove four nuts (Item 22) and lock washers (Item 23) and two clamp halves
(Item 24). Remove O-Ring (Item 25), then unscrew flange (Item 26) from filter head (Item 27).
Loosen clamps (Item 29) and remove the hose (Item 30). Remove eight nuts (Item 31) and four
mounts (Item 32). Remove oil level gauge (Item 33) from hydraulic reservoir (Item 34).
b. Cleaning and Inspecting. Clean the reservoir with an approved solvent and dry thoroughly.
Inspect for cracks, dents or other damage.
Repair and Replacement. Minor dents in the reservoir may be repaired using simple shop repair
methods. Major damage will necessitate the replacement of the reservoir. Use replacement
parts in lieu of worn or damaged parts.
d. Installation. Install the reservoir and associated parts by reversing the removal procedures. After
installation, service the hydraulic reservoir as instructed in Lubrication Diagram in Section 4-13.
Intervals on chart are based on normal operations. Adjust to compensate for abnormal operations and
severe conditions. During inactive periods, sufficient lubrication must be performed for adequate
Clean fittings before lubrication.
Re-lubricate after washing or fording.
Clean parts with SOLVENT, dry-cleaning Type II (SD-2). Dry before lubricating.