Table 3-1. Troubleshooting - Continued
TEST OR INSPECTION
ENGINE DOES NOT DEVELOP FULL POWER,
Refer to Step 2 in Malfunction 10.
Notify Organizational Maintenance for further engine trouble-
shooting and service interval maintenance.
LOW OR NO ENGINE OIL PRESSURE (ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAGE
SHOULD REGISTER OIL PRESSURE WITHIN 10 TO 15 SECONDS AFTER
Check engine oil level.
Add oil to maintain proper level. If this does not solve oil
notify Organizational Maintenance.
EXCESSIVE ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION.
Inspect engine for loose oil lines or leaks.
Notify Organizational Maintenance of any leaks.
EXCESSIVE EXHAUST SMOKE (AT NORMAL OPERATING RANGE OF
180°F - 200°F).
Check air cleaner restriction indicator.
If indicator shows red, notify Organizational Maintenance.
Open fuel tank filler cap and check for obvious fuel contamination.
If fuel is so contaminated that you can see dirt or other foreign
matter, notify Organizational Maintenance. If you smell unburned
fuel in or around the engine/cab area, notify Organizational Main-
ENGINE RETARDER DOES NOT REDUCE TRUCK SPEED.
Check to make sure the engine retarder system is engaged.
Press down on the engine retarder foot pedal and take
your foot completely off the accelerator pedal.
Notify Organizational Maintenance if you are operating retarder
control properly, but retarder system is not slowing your vehicle.