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LUBRICANT
Motor oil.
Cup grease.

PART

QUANTITY
Steering gear case oiler. Fill.
Steering gear case Two complete turns.

grease cup.
Steering wheel oil hole. 8 or 10 drops.
Steering column. 10 or 15 drops.
Self-starter distributor One complete turn.

grease cup.

Motor oil.
Motor oil.
Cup grease.

EVERY WEEK, OR ABOUT EVERY 300 MILES.
PART
QUANTITY

LUBRICANT
Starting crank bearing. 10 drops.

Motor oil.
Inlet valve covers. Tablespoon.

Motor oil.
Spark and throttle
Few drops.

Motor oil.
shafts.
Control bracket bear. Thoroughly.

Motor oil.
ings.
Transmission case. Enough to cover lower 600 “W” steam

shaft.

cylinder oil. Clutch casing.

Should contain 1 quart One-half motor oil to 3 pints.

one-half kerosene. Pedal fulcrum pin. Thoroughly.

Motor oil. Brake pull rods and Thoroughly.

Motor oil. connections. Self-starter pump. 2 ounces.

600 “W” steam

cylinder oil. Brake cross rod grease Two complete turns. Cup grease.

cups.
(Inside frame.)
Torque rod greasè cups Two complete turns. Cup grease.

front and rear.
Brake shafts on rear Thoroughly.

Motor oil.
wheels.
Rear spring perch Two complete turns.

Cup grease.
grease cups.

TWICE A MONTH, OR EVERY 500 MILES.

PART
Magneto bearings

(3 oil holes). Clutch case.

QUANTITY

LUBRICANT 3 or 4 drops each. High grade light

machine oil. Drain, flush with kero- One-half motor vil sene, refill with 1

one-half keroquart to 3 pints.

sene.

EVERY MONTH, OR EVERY 1,000 MILES.
PART
QUANTITY

LUBRICANT
Crank case.

Drain off dirty oil, Motor oil.

clean oil screen, fill
to level of top try

cock.
Gear shifting rod case. Pack thoroughly. Cup grease.
Reach rod boots. Pack thoroughly. Cup grease.
Spring leaves (jack up Thoroughly.

Graphite grease.
frame and pry leaves
apart).

Pack thoroughly. Cup grease.
Universal joints. Remove grease hole Cup grease.

plug and fill.
Gasoline pressure hand 4 or 5 drops.

Light machine oil. pump.

Hub caps.

EVERY 2,000 MILES.

PART
Differential housing.

QUANTITY 3 pints.

LUBRICANT A mixture of two

thirds grease and
one-third motor

oil.
600 “Wsteam

cylinder oil.

Transmission case.

Drain thoroughly,

flush with kerosene,
refill to cover lower
shaft.

DYNAMO SHOULD BE LUBRICATED EVERY 5,000 MILES.
When Changing Tires

Put a few drops of oil inside sliding ring of demountable rims to insure

easy detaching.

Another very comprehensive lubrication schedule has been prepared by the Packard engineers for users of their product and as this gives very definite instructions regarding the lubrication of various chassis parts it is also presented for the reader's information as much of the advice can be applied with equal advantage to other motor cars.

EVERY DAY CAR IS IN USE, OR EVERY 150 MILES.
With cylinder oil.
Steering knuckle bolt oilers..

Fill.

With graphite grease.

Motor clutch shifter bearing sleeve grease cup Two complete turns.
Motor clutch shifter shaft grease cup...

One complete tırn.
Steering connecting rod and cross tube grease
cups.

One complete turn. Spring bolt grease cups.

One complete turn.

EVERY WEEK, OR EVERY 300 MILES.
With cylinder oil.

Motor starting crank bearing.
Shock absorber bearing studs.
Rear axle truss rod forward connection.

Rear axle brace oilers...
With graphite grease.

Motor fan bearing grease cup..
Rear axle outside bearing grease cups.

Eight or ten drops.

Thoroughly. . Thoroughly. Thoroughly.

Two complete turns. . One complete turn.

TWICE A MONTH, OR EVERY 500 MILES.
With cylinder oil.
Motor generator oil holes....

Ten drops.
Spark and throttle adjusting clevis joints. ... Thoroughly.
Motor accelerator pedal joints..

Thoroughly.
All brake adjusting clevises...

Thoroughly. External and internal brake fittings and connections...

Thoroughly. Hand brake cam oiler.

Thoroughly. Hand brake lever ratchet.

Thoroughly. Foot brake pedal bearing..

Thoroughly.
With graphite grease.

Motor clutch pedal shaft grease cup. One complete turn.
Steering gear case grease cups..

Two complete turns.
With cylinder oil and kerosene.
Change speed lever shaft bearings..

Thoroughly.
Intermediate brake lever shaft and connec-
tions..

Thoroughly.
With vaseline.

Motor generator grease tube.

EVERY MONTH, OR EVERY 1,000 MILES.
With cylinder oil.

Change speed reversing bell crank oiler..
Crank case.....

. Fill.
.Drain off dirty oil, flush

with kerosene and fill to pet cock level.

Magneto bearing oil wells ...
Motor front gear compartment.

. Few drops.
.Drain thoroughly.

With graphite grease.
Front wheel bearings.

Clean with kerosene and

repack.
Motor generator and magneto shaft univer-
sal joints....

Oil thoroughly.
Rear universal joint.

Remove grease hole plug

and fill with grease again. Front wheel hub caps...

Pack.
Motor water pump shaft universal joints.... Thoroughly.

With gasoline.

Motor carburetor air valve stem...

Do

Clean thoroughly.

not oil.

With transmission oil.

Front universal joint....

(Half cylinder oil and half transmission

. Drau thoroughly, flush LESSON THIRTY-ONE

oil in cold weather.) Rear axle case....

(Half cylinder oil and half transmission
oil in cold weather.)

with kerosene and fill to
pet cock level.
Drain thoroughly, flush
with kerosene and fill to
level of two brass plugs
in under side of housing.
Drain thoroughly, flush
with kerosene and fill to
level of button head
screw in front cover.

Rear axle transmission case....

(Half cylinder oil and half transmission
oil in cold weather.)

ONCE A SEASON.

With graphite grease

Spring leaves.

.Jack up frame to separate

leaves, clean and lubri-
cate thoroughly. Re-
peat whenever springs
squeak.

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ROAD TROUBLES AND THEIR SYMPTOMS

Q. In case of a sudden vehicle stop what should be suspected?

A. The general cause of a sudden motor car stop is either failure of the gasoline supply or of the ignition system. If the stop comes without warning, i. e., if the motor suddenly dies down, the first point to look at will be to see if there is any fuel in the gasoline tank and to look over the ignition system for broken wires. With battery ignition systems the breaking of a wire anywhere in the primary circuit will put the ignition system out of commission. With a transformer coil magneto system the failure of a single pri mary wire will also produce the same effect. In a true high tension magneto, about the only thing that will cause the motor to stop suddenly will be a premature short circuit of the regular ground wire leading from the magneto to the shut-off switch.

If there seems to be enough gasoline in the tank the trouble is due to either a broken or blocked up feed pipe or the gasoline shut-off pet cock at the tank may have jarred closed. A particle of dirt in the spray nozzle or the filter at the tank being filled entirely with dirt or water will also prevent gasoline reaching the cylinder. Sometimes the screen interposed in the pipe line to keep dirt out of the carburetor becomes clogged with lint or other matter of this nature and prevents the gasoline from flowing.

Q. How can one tell if ignition system is at fault?

A. The simplest method to ascertain if the trouble is due to the ignition system is to take the spark plugs out of the cylinders and keeping them connected up with their respective wires to see if a spark will pass between the points when the plugs are laid on the cylinder head and the motor cranked over. If sparks jump the gap between the points of the plugs the trouble is not due to ignition.

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