This publication has instructions and procedures for the subject on the front cover. The information, specifications, and
illustrations in this publication are on the basis of information that was current at the time this issue was written.
The "Alphabetical and Service Index" is a list of all components and service operations found in this manual. It gives
page numbers and also an operation number for each component.
All operations in the column "Component Operation" are removal and installation instructions, unless other descriptions
are given for the operations. The numbers under the column "Operation" are numbers given to each operation for use
under the column "Other Needed Operations" which gives all other component operations by number that are necessary
to do the respective job.
Correct operation, maintenance, test and repair procedures will give this product a long service life. Before starting a
test, repair or rebuild job, the serviceman must read the respective sections of the Service Manual, and know all the
components he will work on.
Your safety, and the safety of others, is at all times very important. When you see this symbol
or this symbol
in the manual, you must know that caution is needed for the procedure next to it. The symbols are warnings. To work
safely, you must understand the job you do. Read all instructions to know what is safe and what is not safe.
It is very important to know the weight of parts. Do not lift heavy parts by hand. Use a hoist. Make sure heavy parts
have a good stability on the ground. A sudden tall can cause an accident. When lifting part of a machine, make sure the
machine has blocks at front and rear. Never let the machine hang on a hoist, put blocks or stands under the weight.
When using a hoist, follow the recommendation in the manual. Use correct lift tools as shown in illustrations to get the
correct balance of the component you lift. This makes your work safer at all times.