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Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 Priming the Washer Pump



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Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 Priming the Washer Pump
Any loose or cracked fittings, or air trapped in the suction line, will prevent the water pump from operating cor- rectly.
The washer pump may requiring priming if the tank runs dry, or if the system is drained because of a leak or service. The pump can be primed by using its own suction or using an external pressurized water source.
Prime Using the VMT-1 Pump Draw
1.
Fill the main water tank with water.
2.
Fill the priming tank with water. (The fluid level in the priming tank must be higher than the pump.)
Figure 5-41. Fill the priming tank so that the water
level is above the pump.
Do not move the Water Supply Valve lever when the pump is running. Damage to the pump can result.
3.
Move the yellow Water Supply Valve lever (in front of the left fender) to the ANTIFREEZE/CHARGE TANK position.
Figure 5-42. Move the Water Supply Valve to the
ANTIFREEZE/CHARGE TANK position.
NOTE
Strainer
Minimum
water
level
Priming
tank
CAUTION

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