TM 5-3895371-24 & P
11-1. Removal of Fuel Gage. (Refer to fig. 11-1.)
Remove two hexhead tap screws holding access plate and remove access plate.
Remove five capscrews from top of gage.
Remove gage flange, gage glass, and two gaskets.
Remove indicator assembly from tank.
11-2. Fuel Tank Repair and Cleaning. Repairs are limited to sheet metal straightening and welding.
For repairs of this type, refer to the following:
Metal Body Repair and Related Operation - TM 9-450.
Welding Theory and Application - TM 9-237.
Wire brush all welded areas and remove any existing weld splatter.
11-3. Inspection of Fuel Gage.
Inspect gage glass to see that it is clear for fuel indicator visibility. If
gage in hot water and soap. Wipe clean with a soft cloth.
necessary, clean fuel
Inspect fuel indicator assembly for free movement and deformities.
11-4. Replacement of Fuel Gage.
Install indicator assembly into tank.
Replace flange, gaskets, gage glass, and secure with five screws.
Line up access plate and secure with hexhead crews.