Table 1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued.
DO NOT remove radiator cap unless engine is cold. Remove cap in two
steps. First, place a thick cloth over cap and slowly turn cap left to first
stop. Pause and allow pressure to escape. Turn cap further left until it can
be removed. This is a pressurized cooling system and escaping steam, hot
water, or coolant will cause serious burns.
1. Check engine coolant
level in radiator.
If leaks are found, notify
cooling fins are free of
mud, snow, ice, or
If belts are loose, notify
5. Check engine oil level. If engine oil is low, fill to
correct level (WP 0016
If transmission fluid level
is low, fill to correct level
(WP 0016 00).
2. Engine Cranks but Fails to Start.
Fuel tank cap may become hot during vehicle operation. Use hand protec-
tion when removing fuel cap.