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smcquillin
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:51 pm    Post subject: New here Reply with quote

Thank you for the add.. nice to be able to join you.

I just picked up a 1971 M38A1 CDN3.

It is a runner in decent shape but I will be slowly restoring it overtime.

My first question for you fine folks would be what manual should I download for this unit to find what lubricants to use and capacities?

If this is already been covered I do apologize. I could not find it.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello Scott:

There are several manuals you should have to properly maintain your M38A1 CDN3.

The US Army pubs to obtain are:

TM 9-8014 M38A1 Users Guide and service manual
TM 9-8015-1 M38A1 engine & clutch service manual.
TM 9-8015-2 M38A1 chassis and running gear service manual
ORD 9 SNL G-758 M38A1 IPL

Optional manuals that are handy to have especially since the Army had a tendency to specialize maintenance topics back then:

TM 9-1825B Dtd 1952 Ord. Mx Electrical Equipment (Autolite)
TM 9-8627 Dtd 1953 Ord. Mx Electrical Equipment (Delco Remy)
TM 9-1825E dtd 1952 Ord. Mx Electrical Equipment (Bendix-Scintilla) For electrical connectors.
TM 9-1826A Dtd 1952 Ord. Mx Carburetors (Carter) You will have to supplement this manual with a YS950S spec sheet and the ORD 9 parts list since this manual does not address the YS950S. It only lists the YS637S for the M38.
TM 9-1828 Dtd 1952 Ord. Mx. Fuel Pumps
ORD 7 & 8 SNL G-758 M38A1 IPL's for limited items & kits.
TM 9-2320-208-20P Org Mx IPL
TM 9-2320-208-34P Depot IPL

You'll find most of these on our web site's "Downloads" page.

Canadian Armed forces Manuals:
CDN-OM9-804-A M38A1CDN Operator's Manual Jun 52
CV-32 M38CDN / M38A1 CDN IPL Jul 57 &
7610-21-848-1570 Repair Manual M38A1 CDN2 & CDN3. 1968/71
These manual can be obtained from Brian Asbury or Alex Blair

Willys/Kaiser factory service manuals
SM-1046 CJ3B, CJ5, CJ6, DJ5 & DJ6 service manual
These are found often on Ebay.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2019 7:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you Wes... Great help and much appreciated!
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:26 pm    Post subject: Manuals.. Reply with quote

Hi Scott,

I have everything you need.....manuals, capacities etc....contact me at bkovacs@outlook.com. I have a 67' M38A1 CDN2 and I also had problems figuring out where to get manuals, capacities and fluids.

EG: Motor oil....Rotella T 15W 40.....for the zinc content.....Canadian military went to this oil in their M38A1's in the mid to late 70's due to lack of zinc in newer 10W30 oils....info is from retired military mechanic that rebuilt my jeep.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Scott. I also use 15/40 Rotella but add a pint of zinc based racing oil to my oil changes. My jeep is a M38A1CDN3C. There is a lot of Canuks on this site to help with info and parts. Everyone on the site is there to help but mostly Wes. He a font of info. Cheers Rob
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:40 pm    Post subject: New Email Reply with quote

OOOPS....Hi Scott....new email for info requested...edkovacs@outlook.com.....sorry for the confusion.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 12:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks guys I appreciate it. And I have sent off the email..
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