Organizational Preventive Maintenance Chart (Sheet 2 of 2)
Reference Applicable to Each Item
Inspect all parts to ascertain that they are in good
mechanical condition and that all nuts and bolts
Saturate oil wick in each of the cam shafts with
medium machine oil, Federal Specification
VV-0-526. Apply a few drops of lubricating
oil, Military Specification MIL-0-11773, at
the point where the pushrod enters the
Drain and fill brake pressure control assembly
with hydraulic fluid, Military Specification
Inspect brake assembly for wear
Inspect the flexible drive shaft for lack of
lubrication and apply a light coat of grease,
Military Specification MIL-G-7711.
Section IV. TROUBLESHOOTING
This section provides information useful in
diagnosing and correcting unsatisfactory operation or
failure of the starter torque tester and its components.
Each trouble symptom stated is followed by a list of
Flexible drive shaft
Apply a light coat of grease,
probable causes of trouble. The possible remedy
recommended is described opposite the probable cause.
MIL-G-7711, to the flexible
Any operational trouble that is beyond the scope of
organizational maintenance must be reported to the next
higher echelon as applicable.
Section V. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
torque tester while the brake shoe assembly (5) rides
33. BRAKE ASSEMBLY
free on the same shaft on a bearing. The brake shoe
assembly is attached to the steel carrying arm (30)
A standard aircraft type hydraulic brake is used
extending to the right and left of the drive shaft.
on the starter torque tester to absorb the braking load.
The brake drum and mounting plate assembly (1, fig. 5)
is securely attached to the drive shaft of the starter