2-21. NORMAL REMOVAL OF THE BAP FROM TRAILER (continued).
Failure to engage BAP hold-down lock in the in position will result in damage to
g. Position each of two BAP hold-down locks (5) at the in position and push handle in.
Air pressure must be sufficient in trailer air system to retract trailer locks or
damage to trailer locks can occur while attempting to remove the BAP from
trailer. If air pressure is not sufficient, use Transporter to charge trailer air
system using trailer air-charging hose. If air system cannot retract trailerlocks,
use manual trailer lock retract procedure (refer to TM 9-2330-385-14).
To prevent damage to equipment, make sure air lines and cables are properly
stowed (refer to TM 9-2330-385-14).
To avoid damage to equipment during transfer operations, make sure trailer
drawbar extension is retracted and drawbar is in the down position against the
ground and centered forward of the trailer. Make sure drawbar and drawbar
extension are properly positioned (refer to TM 9-2330-385-14).
h. Push knob (6) on trailer to retract
both trailer locks (7). Make sure
curb-side and road-side lock indi-
cator pins (8) are fully retracted.
Make sure both trailer locks are fully retracted or damage to equipment may result.
Make sure both trailer locks (7) are fully retracted.