All content here are for reference purposes only: Always consult with an expert if you are not one.
How to access the basic HMMWV® TM:
Use the search engine of your choice and for the HMMWV® (A0, A1 and A2) search on TM-9-2320-280-xx where xx is 10, 20, 24p, 34…
The -10 tells you about operation and basic Maintenance.
There is also a -10HR (hand receipt) which lists everything you are supposed to get with your new HMMWV® from the factory…
The -20 (three books) has technical information for repairs at the battalion level. This is where you will find most repairs and replacement and adjustment procedures.
The -24p (two books) has the exploded parts diagrams and part numbers.
The -34’s has the depot level repairs and parts.
TM-9-2320-335-13&P has repairs and parts for the ECV HMMWV’s® which are different from the earlier trucks that are coming out now.
How to install a A2 Airlift bumper:
How to do basic Geared Hub maintenance check
How to add a key start to your HMMWV®:
How to tell the difference in HMMWV® designations:
We all wonder, what do those numbers stand for? Like, what is the difference between M998 and an 1038…? So, how to tell the difference between the different HMMWV® designations:
- M998 – basic troop carrier; 1038 – troop carrier w/ winch
- 966 – armored tow carrier; 1036 – tow carrier w/winch
- 1045 – tow carrier with sup armor; 1046 – tow , sup arm w/winch
- 1025 – armament carrier armored ( 50 cal , m-60, mk19 grenade launcher)
- 1026 – as above w/ winch; 1043 – armament carrier with sup armor
- 1044 – as above w/winch; 1037 – s250 shelter carrier
- 1042 – as above w/winch; 996 – 2 litter ambulance
- 997 – 4 litter ambulance; 1035 – 2 litter soft top
How to tell if you’re HMMWV® will fit inside your garage. Simple, measure your garage and then compare it to the measurements below or go to the source of the image: