4-143. GENERAL HYDRAULIC HOSE REPLACEMENT.
This task covers:
c. Quick Disconnect Hose
b. Disconnect Hose
a. Clamp On Hose
TM or Para
Tool kit, general mechanic's: automotive
Left/right engine doors
Tool outfit, hydraulic system: test and repair, 3/4
Aft floor deck raised
ton, trailer mounted
Suitable container 1 gal. [3.8 liter])
The vehicle is equipped with three types of hydraulic fittings. The following procedures cover removal and installation
of one each of these fittings. These procedures will apply to all fittings installed on vehicle. Tables 4-5 through 4-8
show general routing of all hydraulic hoses and list their point to point connections.
Hydraulic fluid is slippery and can cause personal injury when spilled on a floor or other smooth surface.
Precautions should be taken to avoid any spillage and to clean up any spills when they occur.
Subparagraphs a. through c. show all typical connections and fittings on vehicle.
This procedure is for reference only to show location of hoses and fittings used on vehicle. It will
never be necessary to remove all hydraulic hoses at one time. Individual procedures will indicate the
area where hoses are to be removed and installed.
Some hydraulic fittings will have a preformed packing. Preformed packings should be replaced
whenever its fitting is removed.
Place suitable container with a 1 gallon (3.8 liters) capacity under any hydraulic hose that is being
disconnected to catch spilling hydraulic fluid.