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Fire Engine Maintenance. Unit 1A Vehicle Inspections. Objectives. Complete all fire engine and post off-road inspections as identified in the Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure Record (FEMPR). Correctly enter all information in the Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure Record (FEMPR).

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    1. Fire Engine Maintenance Unit 1AVehicle Inspections

    2. Objectives • Complete all fire engine and post off-road inspections as identified in the Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure Record (FEMPR). • Correctly enter all information in the Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure Record (FEMPR).

    3. Fire Engine Maintenance Procedure and Record (FEMPR)

    4. What is it? • The FEMPR is the documentation tool required by the BLM to record various mechanical procedures that the engine operator performs on the engine. • The FEMPR is also an information resource on how to perform various mechanical procedures on the engine.

    5. Items that need to be recorded in the FEMPR are: • Vehicle Data • Pump Package Data • Fire Engine Weight • Equipped Fire Engine Weight • Fire Engine Inspection • Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Regeneration • Engine Service • Pump Service • Pump Performance Test Record

    6. FEMPR as an Information Resource • Determining Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) • Fire Engine Inspection Instructions • Performing and Air Brake Check • Jump Starting Procedures • Pump Performance Instructions

    7. Fire Engine Inspection

    8. Inspection Walk-Around Passenger Side Rear Driver Side Rear Passenger Side Front Driver Side Front Cab

    9. Cab & Chassis

    10. Approach

    11. Dripping Fluids?

    12. Hood

    13. Oil

    14. Power Steering Fluid

    15. Fuel Filter

    16. Fuel/Water Separator

    17. Automatic Transmission Fluid

    18. Fan and Fan Belts

    19. Driver Side Front Tire, Rim,Hub and Suspension

    20. Tire Damage

    21. Leaf Springs

    22. Shocks

    23. Tie Rods

    24. Front Bumper

    25. Coolant

    26. Radiator

    27. Radiator

    28. Radiator

    29. Air Filters

    30. Air Filter Restriction Gauge

    31. Hoses

    32. Passenger Side Front Tire, Rim, Hub and Suspension

    33. Fuel Tank and Brackets

    34. Fuel Tank Leaks

    35. Passenger Side Door(s)

    36. Passenger SideGeneral Condition

    37. Passenger Side Undercarriage

    38. Debris Buildup

    39. Exhaust

    40. Passenger Side Rear Tire,Hub and Suspension

    41. Vehicle Rear

    42. Top Deck

    43. Rear Undercarriage

    44. Driver Side General Condition

    45. Driver Side Rear Tire, Rim,Hub and Suspension

    46. Driver Side Undercarriage

    47. Air Tanks

    48. Batteries

    49. Fuse Boxes

    50. Terminal Blocks