Table 1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) - Continued.
NOT FULLY MISSION
C AU T I O N
Engine oil level gauge has oillevel markings on both sides.
One side is for checking when engine is stopped; the other
side is for checking when engine is running at low idle with
Be sure to check correct side of gauge. Over- or under-
filled engine crankcase may cause engine damage.
a. Clean area around engine oil
Oil level is low or Class III
level gauge (dipstick) and fill cap. leak is evident.
b. Remove oil level gauge, clean,
and reinstall. Remove oil level
gauge and check level of oil.
Maintain oil level between the marks
on oil level gauge.
or 16) as required through filler
opening. Refer to LO 5-2410-241-
13 for proper oil based on outside
d. Clean oil filler cap, then reinstall.
Figure 3. Engine Oil Level Check.