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COOLING SYSTEM -680640217
TM 5-2420-224-20-1
Table 3-5. Troubleshooting (Cont)
Malfunction
Test or Inspection
Corrective Action
ENGINE (CONT)
Step 2. Check for blue exhaust smoke.
If there is blue exhaust smoke, replace valve cover gasket
(page 4-3). If condition continues, notify direct support
maintenance.
If there is no blue exhaust smoke, notify direct support
maintenance.
AIR INTAKE SYSTEM
12. AIR CLEANER RESTRICTOR INDICATOR LIGHT LIGHTS.
Step 1. Check for dirty air cleaner filters.
If air cleaner filters are dirty, replace filters (page 4-35).
If air cleaner filters are not dirty, go to step 2.
Step 2. Check for dirty and clogged vertical intake screen.
If vertical intake screen is not dirty or clogged, replace air
cleaner restrictor indicator switch (page 4-205).
If vertical intake screen is dirty or clogged, clean screen.
EXHAUST SYSTEM
13. EXHAUST FUMES ENTER CAB.
Check for loose, damaged, and missing components in exhaust system.
If components are loose, damaged, or missing, tighten loose
connections or replace components (pages 4-80, 4-81, 4-85).
If components are not loose, damaged, or missing, notify direct
support  maintenance.
14. EXHAUST NOISE EXCESSIVE.
Check for loose, damaged, and missing components in exhaust system.
If components are loose, damaged, or missing, tighten loose
connections or replace components (pages 4-80, 4-81, 4-85).
If components are not loose, damaged, or missing, replace
muffler (4-80).

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