Start like this.
Let the hydraulic pressure build up before you hit the START button. Otherwise, you can blow seals for the steering gear, the auxiliary motor, and the winch motor. After you turn the key from 0 to 1, wait 20 seconds for the auxiliary hydraulic motor to build up pressure. You'll hear it shut off when it's finished. Then hit START. If the motor doesn't shut off', you probably have a hydraulic leak. Tell your repairman.
Be patient when you turn on the MM1 spectrometer. Wait till it reaches operating temperature in STANDBY before you operate. Otherwise, you will get sensor failures.
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|Title Annotation:||Fox CBRN Vehicle ...|
|Publication:||PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly|
|Date:||Dec 1, 2007|
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