Troubleshooting Malfunctions (Cont)
2-7. TROUBLESHOOTING INSTRUCTIONS (C0NT).
Table 2-3. Troubleshooting (Cont)
lest or Inspection
TANKER SYSTEM (CONT)
NO FLOW THROUGH METER OR METER RUNS TOO SLOWLY (CONT).
Step 2. Remove flowmeter (para 22-7). Remove rear cover and bearing plate from meter housing
(para 22-8). Check for frozen and damaged blocking and displacement rotors. Check rotors
for deposits and corrosion, check meter housing for damage.
Clean deposits and corrosion from rotors. If rotors are frozen or damaged, replace
rotors. Replace meter housing if damaged. Repair flowmeter (para 22-8).
SELF-RECOVERY WINCH DOES NOT WORK.
Step 1. Go to HYDRAULIC SYSTEM troubleshooting, Malfunction 3.
Step 2. Check for defective winch counterbalance valve. Disconnect and plug brake release line at
fitting. Install a 0 to 3000 psi (0 to 20 700 kPa) gage on fitting. Start engine and engage PTO.
Operate winch IN and winch OUT.
If pressure is not 200 psi (1 380 kPa) or above in both directions, replace defective
counterbalance valve (para 16-5).
Do not disconnect any hydraulic hoses. Check for defective hydraulic motor.
Step 3. Remove hose mounting bracket screws. Remove hydraulic motor (para 16-3). Start engine,
engage PTO. Operate self-recovery winch IN and OUT.
If motor does not operate in both directions, replace self-recovery winch hydraulic
motor (para 16-3).
Step 4. Check for defective self-recovery winch drum or brake. Remove brake (para 16-7). Turn
If winch drum turns, replace self-recovery winch brake (para 16-7).
If winch drum does not turn, repair self-recovery winch drum (para 16-2).
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