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STARTER CONTINUES TO RUN AFTER STARTER SWITCH RELEASED.
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ENGINE RUNS ROUGH OR LACKS POWER.
TM 5-2420-224-20-1
Table 3-5. Troubleshooting (Cont)
Malfunction
Test or Inspection
Corrective Action
ENGINE (CONT)
3. ENGINE CRANKS SLOWLY.
Step 1. Check for loose and dirty battery connections.
If battery connections are loose or dirty, tighten or clean
connections.
If battery connections are not loose or dirty, go to step 2.
NOTE
If STE/lCE-R Cl Engine GO-NO GO Chain does not diagnose cause of problem, return to
this troubleshooting table.
Step 2. Perform STE/ICE-R Cl Engine GO-NO GO Chain test procedures in the DCA
diagnostic mode.
If malfunction is found, refer to List of Tasks (page iii) or
Alphabetical Index (page Index-1) and repair or replace
damaged or faulty components.
If malfunction is not found, notify direct support maintenance.
4. ENGINE CRANKS BUT WILL NOT START OR HARD TO START.
Step 1. Check if air cleaner restrictor indicator light is lit.
If indicator light is lit, replace air cleaner element (page 4-35).
If indicator light is not lit, go to step 2.
Step 2. Check for smoke from exhaust while cranking engine.
If there is smoke while cranking engine, go to step 5.
If there is no smoke while cranking engine, go to step 3.
WARNING
D i e s e l fuel is flammable. Do not perform this procedure near fire, flame, or
sparks. Injury or death to personnel could result.
Step 3. Check for clogged fuel cap (vent).
If fuel cap is clogged, clean vent or replace fuel cap
(page 4-47).
If fuel cap is not clogged, go to step 4.

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