FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE - CONTINUED
If threads are damaged, using pipe thread
set, restore threads.
No open flames, welding, grinding, smoking, or use of heat producing devices permitted near fuel tank
and fuel lines during maintenance unless the fuel tank has been cleaned and purged of all flammable
liquids and vapors. Fuel burns easily and fumes are explosive. Keep battery disconnected. Failure to
observe these precautions could cause
8. Fuel shutoff
Filter element (2)
9. Fuel tank (3)
Fuel shutoff valve
Screw in and tighten to position noted
(1) and filter
during removal using multiple tongue and
groove slip-joint pliers.
10. Fuel shutoff
Fuel line (4)
Screw on and tighten using 5/8-inch open-
11. Loader backhoe
Fill (TM 5-2420-222-10).
Connect (page 2-696).
13. Fuel tank (3)
a. Check for leaks.
and fuel line (4)
b. If leaking at any connection, tighten
using multiple tongue and groove slip-
joint pliers or 5/8-inch open-end
c. If leaking does not stop, replace fuel
shutoff valve as outlined in this para-
graph, Fuel Shutoff Valve-to-Fuel Pump
Fuel Line (page 2-264) or Fuel Tank