What if soldier B has a jacked up back too? :) Thanks, I'll have to study the process again on video. The pulling out part looks fairly easy. Chain tire to tree, chain to runflat, use vehicle to pull run flat out. It's the other part with trying to get it into a new tire that scares me. I once...
I've looked through the parts TM's and i cannot find the washer sprayer assembly that bolts on under the dash to activate the sprayer. I replaced the wipers and then try to test them and the plastic assembly broke apart or it might have previously and I thought I was out of washer fluid. Fix...
I had my M936A2 wrecker towed commerically from Camp Ripley, One of the rear most wheels did not have the lug nuts in the recesses of the rim. I'm surprised it stayed on for the tow, let alone while the NG was using it.
Thanks guys, amazingly I actually had the part on hand in the top of my pile of stuff! Talk about serendipity! Couldn't even see the part number on the bag it was so faded, but it looked the same, all fixed works properly now.
I removed the skid plate, guess what I found? LMAO. The brake switch? is blown apart on the drivers side airpack. Guess what I happen to have on hand in my collection of stuff? At least i think that's what I have, the numbers are faded on the bag. Talk about serendipity! Thank you Lord.
Thanks HDN, I've looked through the TM's can't seem to find any troubleshooting for this problem. Gonna have to crawl under there and remove the skid plate under the drivers side airpack to see if that's where it's coming from.
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