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NEWS | March 16, 2022

M1151A1 HMMWV: Ordering the Engine Compartment Hood

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Dear Half-Mast,

I’m trying to replace a broken engine compartment hood on an M1151A1 HMMWV. However, NSN 2510-01-432-3338 shows the hood as AAC V in FED LOG. That means it’s a terminal item.

Can my unit still order the hood?

Dear Sergeant T.J.,

You’re correct! The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) shows NSN 2510-01-432-3338 as AAC V. Even though it’s a terminal item, your unit can still order the engine compartment hood until stocks are exhausted.

Note that once stocks are exhausted, the replacement NSN for the engine compartment hood is NSN 2510-01-628-3889.

However, with the replacement NSN, if your truck has a serial number of 246890 and above, you’ll also need to order the air lift bracket retainer seal (LH), NSN 5330-01-593-9642, and air lift bracket retainer seal (RH), NSN 5330-01-593-9643.
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