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    Anyone have an English operation/service manual for a bmp-1? If English isnít possible, id settle for anything!

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    maybe ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin33ba07 View Post
    maybe ?
    Is that a firm maybe lol?

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    What about contacting one of the companies overseas that sells them. Maybe they would reproduce a manual for you for a fee. Or, look into some of the clubs in the UK. There is a lot of armor over there and you may find someone who has one that will copy their manual. Just a thought.
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    I tried the Eastern Europe sources, no response. What are the names of the clubs that I should contact. I’m in the USA, by the way.

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    Here are a few links I found. I just GOOGLED "UK military vehicle club." The first might be your best option...but do a search and see if others come up...I just did a quick search.

    https://www.mvt.org.uk/

    http://www.milweb.net/dealers.php?catID=36

    http://www.jeepcity.co.uk/id8.html
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    The closest you will come to an operators manual is one on the www.royalsignals.org.uk site they have to download is Operation Instructions for the P 123 radio system as used in most Soviet era vehicles tracked and wheeled

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    Iíve got the info somewhere, maybe a whole manual.

    A lot of those types of vehicles are similar to start and run, not much different sequence than a commercial truck.

    For instance, off the top of my head, and this may even apply...flip master battery switch on, turn on fuel pump, watch fuel and oil pressure gauges build up, press starter button, adjust manual throttle knob, put in gear, and off you go. Thatís pretty close to, or exactly, what it is for the MTLB, BTR60, etc., so Iím guessing they are all alike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D6T View Post
    Iíve got the info somewhere, maybe a whole manual.

    A lot of those types of vehicles are similar to start and run, not much different sequence than a commercial truck.

    For instance, off the top of my head, and this may even apply...flip master battery switch on, turn on fuel pump, watch fuel and oil pressure gauges build up, press starter button, adjust manual throttle knob, put in gear, and off you go. Thatís pretty close to, or exactly, what it is for the MTLB, BTR60, etc., so Iím guessing they are all alike.
    Thanks D6T, I think that sequence is right. My problem is I donít read Czech and I need to know what switch the fuel pump is. Iíve got it started and ran a little, now I got this red light on the dashboard, far left side. It says vent something... and yes I pre-oiled the engine with the pre-oil switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coltman15 View Post
    Thanks D6T, I think that sequence is right. My problem is I donít read Czech and I need to know what switch the fuel pump is. Iíve got it started and ran a little, now I got this red light on the dashboard, far left side. It says vent something... and yes I pre-oiled the engine with the pre-oil switch.
    The lightís tag says ďvent. ochr motoraĒ, is that the overheated alert?

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