Table 2-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
for M915 Family of Vehicles (Con't).
Not Fully Mission
To avoid eye Injury, eye protection Is
required when working around batteries.
Do not smoke, use open flame, make
sparks, or create other Ignition sources
around batteries. If a battery Is giving off
gases, It can explode and cause injury to
personnel. Remove all jewelry, such as
rings, ID tags, watches, and bracelets. If
jewelry or a tool contacts a battery termi-
nal, a direct short will result In an instant
heating, damage to equipment, and injury
To reduce battery damage, do not remove
batteries from vehicle/equipment battery
compartment unless the battery compart-
ment Is corroded (greenish/white powder).
Do not jerk or pull on battery cables dur-
ing visual inspection. Battery replacement
will be performed by Unit Maintenance
a. Release latches (68) and a. One or more bat-
remove cover (65). Check
teries are dam-
aged or missing.
damaged or missing batter-
b. Check for damaged or miss-
b. One or more filler
ing filler caps (66).
caps are damaged