(3) Inspect the floor of the road roller under the engine and transmission for oil and grease drippings.
(4) Check the oil level in the crankcase and air cleaner cup.
(5) Check the level of the hydraulic fluid in the hydraulic tank. See that the hose connections are tight, clean,
(6) Inspect the fuel, oil, and sprinkler lines for leaks and loose or damaged connections.
(7) Check the coolant level in the radiator; check the radiator hose and connections for leaks.
(8) Inspect the fan-belt and hydraulic-pump-belt tension. Tension is correct when the belt can be depressed by
thumb pressure one-half inch midway between the pulleys.
(9) With the ignition turned off, crank the engine by hand to be sure that the pistons and bearings are free.
(10) Start the engine and see that all instruments and control levers are operating properly.
(11) Drive the road roller forward and backward and check the operation of the forward and reverse clutches,
master clutch, gearshift, and steering mechanism.
(12) While the roller is moving, depress the brake pedal to make sure it is operating properly.
(13) Fill the sprinkler tank with water and check the operation of the sprinkler system.
(14) See that all tools and publications assigned to the road roller are accounted for.
(1) Lubricate the road roller according to LO 5-1185.
(2) Perform preventive maintenance services described in paragraph 54c.
(3) Remove the fuel tank cap and fill the fuel tank with clean fuel. The capacity of the fuel tank is 24 gallons.
(4) Remove the hydraulic tank pipe cap and fill the hydraulic tank with hydraulic fluid. The capacity of the
hydraulic tank is 6 gallons.
(5) Remove the sprinkler tank caps and fill the sprinkler tank with water. The capacity of the sprinkler tank is
(6) Remove the radiator cap and fill the radiator with clean water. Do not use water with high mineral content.
When adding antifreeze, allow enough room for expansion. The capacity of the cooling system is 5 gallons.