content is sufficient for the existing ambient temperature. (Refer to the manufacturer's manual for the type and quantity of antifreeze. Add antifreeze as required.) Check the hoses and clamps for security.
4. Batteries. Check the batteries for the required electrolyte level; add distilled water or, if distilled water is not available, clean tap water as required to raise the electrolyte level to the slots in the filler wells.
5. Air intake system. Check the air intake system cleaner for excessive dirt (see AIR CLEANER PANEL FILTER, fig. 3-15); remove and clean the air cleaner panels as required. Check the air intake louvers and radiator grille for freedom of motion, and ensure that they are not clogged.
6. Exhaust extension. Inspect the exhaust condition and tightness at the seams and at the point of coupling near the housing.
7. Alternator (fig. 3-16) and belts. Inspect the alternator for signs of overheating, frayed or loose wiring, and corrosion. Inspect the alternator drive belts and fan belts for proper tension and for cracks, fraying, and other signs of deterioration.
8. Breather. Inspect the breather extension for tightness, general condition, and leakage. Check that the breather coupling is not restricting the flow of air and that the breather exit port is clear.
Look over the fuel filters and strainers for leaks and extension (where extended through the roof or wall) for tight fittings. Drain water and sediment from the