b. Refueling Procedures
Fuel is very flammable and can explode easily. To avoid serious injury or death:
Keep at least a B-C fire extinguisher within easy reach when working with fuel or fuel system.
When refueling, stop engine, and apply parking brake. Ensure no open flame is near area. Never
smoke. Never add fuel when engine is running, Do not have a driver seated when adding fuel.
Ground fuel funnel or nozzle against filler neck to prevent sparks and be sure to replace fuel tank
cap. After fuel is added, securely close fuel cap; a loose cap can cause a fuel leak or be a fire hazard.
Never overfill the tank or spill fuel. If fuel is spilled, clean it up immediately. Before starting vehicle,
check that no fuel is spilled on or around vehicle.
(4) Remove fuel tank cap (1).
(5) Ground funnel or nozzle against mouth of
filler hole (2).
(6) Fill fuel tank (3).
(7) Close cap (1) securely.
3-11. HYDRAULIC FLUID TANK CHECK AND SERVICE.
a. Check hydraulic fluid level indicator (1).
b. If fluid is required, remove cap (2).