TUBES WITH COMPRESSION FITTINGS - CONTINUED
Proceed with Installation of assembled tube as follows:
1. Insert end of tube as far as it will go into fitting to which tube is being installed.
2. Screw Inverted nut into fitting and tighten it against compression sleeve using open-end or open-end box wrench.
Compression sleeve will clamp down around tube and conform to internal surface of fitting and inverted nut.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for other end of tube if needed.
OPERATIONAL AND LEAK CHECKS
After maintenance has been preformed, take a little time to make sure everything you repaired works properly.
If you have just repaired electrical wiring or replaced switches or other electrical parts, operate the repaired circuit for a few
moments to make sure it works.
If you have Just Installed lubricant filters or drainplugs, or fuel, cooling, steering, or hydraulic system components or lines,
run the engine and operate the circuit affected by maintenance for a few minutes. Make sure it works correctly and check
for fluid leaks. if leaks are found, tighten parts using the same tools used to install them. If leaks don't stop, gaskets,
packings, or other parts are defective and must be replaced. Be sure to check level of and, if necessary, fill a fluid system
found leaking after all leaks have been repaired.
Get rid of contaminated drained fluids in accordance with your unit's Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).