CLEANING VEHICLE (Cont).
While cleaning vehicle, look closely for evidence of rust or
corrosion, bare metal, or other exterior damage.
If any problems are found, notify
Unit Maintenance to treat affected areas.
Remove loose dust and dirt from cab interior components.
Clean upholstery and seat belts using a mild solution of warm
water and soap (never use solvents or abrasives). Wipe all washed areas dry.
Fuel tank cap may become hot during vehicle opera-
tion. Use hand protection when removing fuel cap.
DO NOT smoke or permit any open flame in area of
truck while you are servicing diesel fuel system. Be
sure hose nozzle is grounded against filler tube dur-
ing refueling to prevent static electricity. Failure to
follow this warning may result tin injury to person-
nel or equipment damage.
Place portable fire extinguisher within reach prior to
DO NOT overfill fuel tank.
If fuel starts foaming from fuel tank, stop immedi-
ately to avoid fuel spillage.
Failure to follow this warning could result in injury
Shut down engine (paragraph 2-20).
Wipe off dirt on and around fuel filler cap (1).
Remove filler cap (1) by rotating cap counterclockwise.
Fill tank (2) to holes [approximately 3 in. (7.6 cm)] in filler neck.
Install filler cap (1) by rotating cap clockwise as far as it will go.