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All rigs- After fully lowering a raised cab, how long should you hold the "lower" button to ensure the cab locks are fully engaged?

5 secs

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All Rigs- In order to raise the cab, make sure the pump flow control knob on the lift pump is turned ______ (clockwise or counterclockwise) until it stops.

Clockwise

2

All rigs- for the service brake adjustment check, If push rod travel exceeds ___ inches, the brakes are out of adjustment and require immediate attention.

2"

3

All Rigs- When inspecting brake pads, the brake pad lining should not be less than ___ of an inch on any pad.

1/4"

4

'09 ALF- An indicator of the pad wear is available by inspecting the floating pins on each axle. When the pads are new, the floating pin will be exposed approximately ___ to ___ inch. When the pin is sticking out ___ inch, the pads need to be called in.

1. 3/4" to 1"

2. 1/4"

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All Rigs- To manually release the spring brake chamber ("caging the brakes"), unscrew the ___ inch diameter bolt located at the end of the spring brake chamber utilizing a ____ inch box end wrench or socket assembly.

1/2" bolt

3/4" wrench

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All Rigs- What temperature range should the transmission fluid be to properly perform a HOT CHECK of the transmission oil?

160-200° F

7

All rigs- when at idle, the engine rpm is between ____ to ____.

500-800 rpm

8

All Rigs- In order for the digital readout on the transmission push button range selector to display transmission fluid level readings, the rig must have been stationary and at idle for at least ____ minutes.

2 min

9

All rigs- In order for the digital readout on the transmission push button range selector to display transmission fluid level readings, the fluid temp must be above ____ degrees and below ____ degrees F.

Above 140°
Below 220°

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All rigs- A Cold Check of the transmission fluid may be made when the fluid temperature is ____ to ____ ºF.

60-120°F

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Apparatus Jump starting- after connecting the positive ends of the jumper cables to the necessary batteries, Connect one end of the second jumper cable to the negative (-) terminal on the booster battery, and the other end to the frame of the disabled vehicle at least ___ inches away from the battery.

18 inches


'93 states 1 ft from top of the battery)

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Apparatus jump starting- Which battery (the dead battery or booster battery) do you attach the first positive jumper cable to?

The dead battery

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All rigs per logbook- Part of your daily apparatus checks is to verify that the brake system air pressure in both primary and secondary systems is at least ___ psi at start of shift.

90 psi

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All rigs- With the engine and rig accessories turned off, part of your daily apparatus checks is to verify system voltage by turning on the battery and making sure there is a minimum of ____ volts.

Next, run the engine on high idle and check that there is a minimum of ___ volts.

1. 12.9 v

2. 13.7

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All rigs per logbook- Part of your weekly apparatus checks is to run the engine at high idle for ___ minutes with air conditioning at maximum COOL and all electrical accessories activated. Monitor dash gauges during test for any abnormal readings.
After test inspect for any fluid leakage under and around engine.

10 mins

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All rigs per the logbook- As Part of your apparatus checks, checking the parking brake (maxis) and AUX brakes falls under a daily, weekly or Bi-monthly check?

Weekly

17

Per the logbooks, checking the condition and operation of the windshield wipers falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the water filter and fuel filter/water separator falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the transmission fluid falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the condition of the tiller cab's door hinges and latches falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, inspection of all door hinges and locks falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly f-377

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Per the logbooks, checking the EPU falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

23

Per the logbooks, checking the operation of the Onan generator falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the condition of the seat belts falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Daily

25

Per the logbooks, checking the condition of the powertrain (loose bolts, nuts, fittings, ect) falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Daily

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Per the logbooks, checking for proper tire pressure falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

27

Per the logbooks, checking the condition of the alternator falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly F-377

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Per the logbooks, checking the condition of the drive belts falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly F-377

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All Apparatus- If drive belt tension is more than ___ inch deflection at the midpoint between pulleys, report condition to shops.

1/2"

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Per the logbooks, measuring the tire tread depth falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly F-377

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A depth reading of ____ or less on any tire tread should be called into the shops for replacement.

1/8 inch or 4/32nds of an inch

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Per the Apparatus logbooks- When does the Heavy Apparatus F-377 Bi-monthly Preventive Maintenance Record need to be completed?

During the first two weeks of every even month

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Per the Apparatus logbooks- How many copies of the Heavy Apparatus F-377 do you need when completed?

Where do they go and who signs it?

2 copies

Station commander signs copies
One copy to logbook, one copy to station commander for filing

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Per the Apparatus logbooks- If a reserve apparatus has had limited use within the ___ month period, it is not necessary to fill out the entire F-377. However, the entire F-377 shall be completed on those
apparatus at each ___ month oil change.

1. 2 month

2. 6 month

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When finished with lubing the aerial, hoist ladder to ___ degrees and then retract. This will prevent the newly applied grease from being scraped off when the ladder is retracted.

60°

36

When lubricating the fifth wheel, what are the three positions the tractor must be in to inject the grease?

Tractor inline
60° to left of trailer
60° to right of trailer

This will allow the grease to travel completely around the fifth wheel race.

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The "engine heater" connection will keep the engine temperature within ___ to ___ degree F when plugged in.

120°-140°F

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F-377: When testing the steering gear, have someone grab the steering wheel and with short, fast motions, move the wheel back and forth ____ to ___ times

40 to 60


*somewhere says 6-8 inches

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Tires- overinflation or under-inflation? Which condition imposes excessive strain on the tire cords, weakening their resistance to impact. This could cause tire rupture and blowouts.

Overinflation

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Tires- overinflation or under-inflation? Which condition causes increased flexing, causes heating, reduced strength, breakdown, and possible separation of the tire components? Also one of the primary causes of tire failure.

Under-inflation

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All Rigs:

When will the brake caliper assembly be lubed?

By the shops during annual aerial ladder test and whenever a brake job is performed.

(apparatus has plugs instead of grease fittings, do not remove)

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All rigs:

The correct method for lubricating the front axle kingpin thrust bearings is to jack up each wheel at the ____

Axel

This will remove the load on the bearings.

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All rigs:

The Air cleaner element is to be replaced how often?

Every other year or on an "as needed" basis.

This is determined by the amount of inlet restriction measured by the engine's diagnostic system.

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All rigs:

During Bi monthly checks of the aerial apparatus, inspect the fuel pump for signs of loose mounting and examine the fuel lines for a ____ or ____ condition

Hard or spongy

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All rigs:

What type of oil is used for the aerial hydraulic reservoir?

AW Hyd. Oil 32 Chevron

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All rigs:

What type of oil is used for the hydraulic cab lift?

ATF Dexron II

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All rigs:

What kind of oil is used for the aerial swing drive?

90w gear oil

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All rigs:

What kind of oil is used for the drive axel/axel hub?

90w-140 oil

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What form number is the maintenance record? How long is it retained?

F-704

Keep until filled. Discard one year after last entry.

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All rigs except '09:

When screwing in the bolt to cage the brakes, the bolt should stick out of the brake chamber approximately ____ inches when fully caged.

4"

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All rigs tilting the cab:

The cab has reached the full tilt position and will automatically stop at approximately ___ degrees

50°

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Apparatus jump starting:

To avoid damage to vehicle electronic components, voltage supplied to vehicle’s electrical system must not exceed ____ volts.

16

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All rigs:

Items checked on the apparatus that are in good condition and not in need of service, repair, etc., shall be marked in what way in the designated column on the F-377 form?

With an "ok"

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Per the logbooks, checking the air conditioning unit falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the apparatus batteries falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

56

Per the logbooks, checking the water pump falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

57

Per the logbooks, checking the exhaust system falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

58

Per the logbooks, checking the power steering fluid falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

59

Per the logbooks, checking the springs, suspension and frame falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, checking the aerial swing drive fluid level falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

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Per the logbooks, operating and testing the outriggers and aerial ladder fall under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

This includes:
•Inspect drive pinion bearing gear teeth for wear, alignment and lubrication.
•Inspect aerial control console and communication system.
•Inspect collector rings under turntable for corrosion and brushes for wear.
•Inspect hoses, lines, etc. underturntable.

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Per the logbooks, lubricating the fifth wheel pivot shafts falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

63

Per the logbooks, checking the steering box, steering linkage and steering column falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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With the wheels chocked and the maxi-brake released, have assistant apply pressure to the service brakes. Grasp and shake the brake line(s) to the brake chamber and listen for any air leakage.

Per the logbooks, is this a daily, weekly, or Bi-monthly check?

Bi-monthly

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Per the logbooks, checking the differential fluid level falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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Per the logbooks, checking the air cleaner falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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Per the logbooks, checking the air compressor falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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Per the logbooks, checking the starter for proper mounting and wiring falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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When lubricating the universal joints, it is most important to observe the grease seeping past all ____ cross bearing seals.

Four

70

According to '93 Simon logbook:

Any joint not equipped with a lubrication fitting and of a design requiring lubrication, shall be lubricated ____ with a light coat of ______.

Monthly

Engine oil

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According to '93 logbook:

How often is the tiller cab heater ran to prevent the fuel pump bearings from drying out?

Monthly

72

When disc brake lining thickness is AT ____ of an inch, note and report.

LESS than ____ call in and schedule brake job.

1/4" for both

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What make and model transmission do all the rigs have?

Allison HD 4560P

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'95 to '06 rigs:

What is the model of the disc brakes?

'09 is different, what is it?

Rockwell

'09 is Meritor

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Per the logbooks, checking the Onan oil and coolant levels falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Daily

76

Per the logbooks, checking the aerial hydraulic fluid reservoir falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Weekly

77

Per the logbooks, checking radio components for secure mounting falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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Per the logbooks, checking the engine mounts falls under a daily, weekly, or bi-monthly apparatus check?

Bi-monthly

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