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NEWS | Aug. 14, 2020

FRS: Diesel Engine Turn-in and Procurement Process

Supply techs,

Before turning in or ordering the diesel engine, NSN 2815-01-558-2770 or NSN 2815-01-559-2661, be sure your maintenance techs contact the Forward Repair System (FRS) equipment specialist or item manager for troubleshooting tips.

FRS: Diesel Engine
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Units must turn in the core before attempting to buy a new one because the diesel engine isn’t procurable through normal means. The cores are used in the overhaul process and they prime the supply chain.

For more info, contact the FRS equipment specialist at:

Or email the item manager at:
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