Figure 2-4. Controls and instruments (sheet 4 of 4).
Section IV. OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
on coordinating the basic motions to perform the
specific tasks for which the equipment is designed.
u. The instructions in this section are published
Since nearly every job presents a different problem,
for the information and guidance of personnel re-
the operator may have to vary given procedures to fit
sponsible for the operation of the lubricating and
the individual job.
2-10. Starting Engine
b. The operator must know how to perform every
operation of which the lubricating and servicing unit
a. Preparation for Starting. Perform the before
is capable. This section gives instructions on starting
operation preventive maintenance services (para 3-7).
and stopping and lubricating and servicing unit,
b. Electric Starting of Engine. Start the engine as
operation of the lubricating and servicing unit, and
illustrated in figure 2-5.