Table 3-1. Troubleshooting - CONT.
Test or Inspection
COOLANT TEMPERATURE IS ABOVE NORMAL.
Radiator coolant can be extremely hot and cause severe burns.
Use extreme caution when checking radiator hoses and clamps or injury to personnel
Step 1. Check for proper coolant level (1).
If coolant is low, fill to correct level (Appendix G).
Step 2. Check for missing or loose radiator cap (2).
Step 3. Check radiator hoses (3) and clamps (4) and radiator (5) for leaks.
Tighten loose hose clamps.
If radiator or hoses leak, notify Unit Maintenance.
Step 4. Check drive belt (6) is installed properly and is not worn or missing.
If fan belt is worn or missing, notify Unit Maintenance.