TESTING - Continued
Remove oil level dipstick (Figure 2, Item 3) from engine dipstick tube (Figure 2, Item 2).
Accidental or intentional introduction of liquid contaminants into the environment
may result in a violation of state, federal, and military regulations. Refer to local
environmental office for information concerning storage, use, and disposal of
these liquids. Failure to comply may cause damage to environment and health
of personnel. Seek medical attention in the event of injury.
Fuel/solvent/oil is slippery and may cause falls. Wipe up spillage immediately with
rags. Dispose of materials in accordance with local hazardous waste disposal
procedures. Failure to comply may result in personnel injury or death and/or
damage to equipment.
To ensure a valid reading is obtained, manometer must not be below the level of oil.
Connect manometer (Figure 2, Item 1) to dipstick tube (Figure 2, Item 2) opening.
Start engine and bring engine speed to 1800 RPM (TM 55-1925-205-10).
Verify that the reading on manometer (Figure 2, Item 1) indicates 3.1 in. (79 mm) water maximum.
Figure 2. Oil Level Dipstick.