INSTRUENTS AND CONTROLS
200°F/93°C, transmission shift lever in NEUT RAL position
It is essential that the operator become thoroughly familiar
with all instruments and controls before operating the
and engine operating with no load at governed speed.
machine. The terms "right hand" and "left hand" when
refer- ring to a machine component are determined by
TRANSMISSION OIL TEMPERATURE GAUGE should
sitting in the operator's seat and facing toward front of
register between 180°F/82°C and 250°F/121°C. When
temperature approaches upper limit, shift to a lower
operating speed range. Transmission and torque converter
It is a good practice to observe gauges frequently. during
oil temperature must not exceed 250°F 121°C. If
machine operation. Do not operate machine if gauges are
overheating persists, shut down and determine cause.
not functioning properly.
AMMETER should deflect slightly toward the negative
during starting. With engine running and fully charged
batteries, the ammeter should register at zero. A positive
reading will occur if batteries are not fully charged. If a
negative reading occurs, the red ammeter warning light will
turn on. The ammeter warning light is activated if the
engine is not running and the key is in the ACCESSORY or
RUN position. The warning light will remain on after
starting with engine at idle until throttle is depressed. If the
ammeter warning light re- mains on, the operator should
refer to TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE to correct mal-
ENGINE WATER TEMPERATURE GAUGE should
register between 165°F/74°C and 195°/91 C under normal
operating conditions. Engine coolant temperature must
never exceed 200°F/93°C. If gauge reading exceeds
195°F/91°, shut down and determine cause of overheating.
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE while engine Is at Idle
(600 RPM) should read 10 to 25 psi (69 to 173 kPal 0,7 to
1,8 kg I sq cm), With engine at rated speed (2800 RPM),
gauge readings should be 45 to 75 psi (310 to 517 kPa
13,2 to 5,3 kg/sq cm). 011 pressure readings should be
made while engine Is warm.
Warning: If gauge falls to register within 15 seconds of
starting, stop engine Immediately and determine cause.
CONVERTER "OUT" OIL PRESSURE GAUGE should
register a minimum of 25 psi (173 kPa/,8 kg/sq cm) with
transmission oil at 200°F/93°C, engine at 2000 RPM and
trans- mission gear shift lever in NEUTRAL position
Maximum pressure is not to exceed 70 psi (482 kPa/4,9
kg/sq cm) with transmission oil at