Linde H 50 – 02 Operating Instructions Manual

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Linde H 50 – 02 Operating Instructions Manual

Page 53 – Accident prevention check

Page 54 – Daily checks and servicing before operat…

Page 56 – Check the tyre inflation pressure

Page 65 – Central-lever control of lifting device …

Page 66 – Single-lever control of lifting device a…

Page 67 – Installation of additional equipment

Page 69 – Check fuses, renew if required

Page 74 – Hoisting the truck, wheel change

Page 75 – Mast removal, trailer coupling

Page 77 – Emergency exit for trucks with rear wind…

Page 78 – Taking the truck out of operation

Page 79 – Servicing the mast and the front part of…

Page 80 – Inspection and maintenance schedule

Page 84 – emptying the dust bowl in the air filter…

Page 85 – regenerate the particle filter

Page 86 – check wheel fastener for tightness

Page 87 – clean with compressed air

Page 89 – check seat belt for condition and operat…

Page 90 – clean and lubricate the steer axle

Page 91 – check the forks and fork quick-releases

Page 93 – check the engine cooling system for leak…

Page 94 – renew the engine oil filter

Page 96 – check the coolant concentration

Page 97 – check and tension v-belt drives

Page 98 – clean the radiator, hydraulic oil and fu…

Page 100 – renew the pressure filter

Page 101 – renew the breather filter

Page 102 – renew and tension the v-belt drive

Page 103 – check the exhaust system for leaks and t…

Page 106 – check valve tip clearances

Page 107 – renew the safety element

Page 111 – inspection and maintenance data

Page 112 – fuel and oil recommendations

Page 114 – troubleshooting guide (diesel engine)

Page 117 – troubleshooting guide (hydraulic system)

Page 118 – electric circuit diagram

Page 121 – electric circuit diagram (options)

Page 124 – particle filter wiring diagram

Page 126 – hydraulic circuit diagram

troubleshooting guide (diesel engine)

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troubleshooting guide (hydraulic system)

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LINDE LIFT TRUCK CORP. A MEMBER OF THE LINDE GROUP IC Sit-Down Rider Trucks SAFETY TIPS and a guide to the Information Plates, Operation and Warning Decals found on your truck 161970 February 2003…

NOTE: The descriptions and specifications included in this manual were in effect at the time of printing. Linde Lift Truck Corporation reserves the right to make improvements and changes in specifications or design without notice and without incurring obligation. Please check with your authorized Linde dealer for information on possible updates or revisions.

Operator training and/or maintenance instructions for your truck should you need them. Parts and Service See your Linde dealer for genuine Linde parts (the only factory-authorized replacements), factory-trained service personnel and manuals for your equipment. General Safety Rules Safety signs and messages are placed in this manual and on the truck to provide instructions and identify specific areas where potential hazards exist and special precautions should be taken.

Dont mix drugs or alcohol with your job. The truck is designed for safety. Unauthorized additions or modifications without Lindes approval are prohibited. Do not remove or alter nameplates. If you have any questions or concerns about lift truck safety, talk to your supervisor. If an accident should occur, report it immediately.

Checklist for IC Sit-down Trucks OPERATORS DAILY CHECKLIST At the beginning of each shift, inspect your truck by using the Linde Operators Daily Checklist . Check for damage and maintenance problems. Have repairs made before you operate the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Do not make repairs yourself. Lift truck mechanics are trained professionals. They know how to make repairs. Periodic maintenance is vital to safe operation of the truck. Adhere to a strict inspection, lubrication, and maintenance schedule. Allow only authorized personnel to work on the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS PEDESTRIANS Watch out for pedestrians. Always yield the right-of-way to pedestrians. Do not drive the truck up to anyone standing in front of a rack or other fixed object. Do not pass another truck traveling in the same direction at an intersection, blind spot or other dangerous location.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Do not engage in stunt driving or horseplay. Use lights in dark and dim areas. Always ensure that there are no pedestrians in the trucks rear swing area before turning. Watch for pedestrians beside the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATING POSITION Face the truck when mounting and dismounting. Maintain a three-point contact, one foot and two hands with the truck when mounting or dismounting. Never exit a moving truck. Never jump on or off the truck. Operate the truck only when you are in the normal operating position.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS DANGER Never allow anyone to walk under raised forks. Wear your seat belt at all times when operating the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Do not place yourself between the mast and the body of the truck. Do not use the upright as a ladder. Do not transport personnel at any time. Do not lift personnel using the forks of the truck, or with a work platform.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS TRAVEL The truck is designed for operation on smooth, and dry surfaces such as warehouse and factory floors, loading docks or paved surfaces. Under all travel conditions, operate the truck at a speed that will permit it to be brought to a stop in a safe manner. Do not travel at excessive speeds;…

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Watch for slack chain condition. Slack chains mean rail or carriage hang-up. Raise the forks before you move. Do not attemp to repair yourself, always get a trained mechanic. INCLINES, RAMPS, DOCKS, ELEVATORS If you must travel on an incline, do so with caution.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Keep the counterweight upgrade when traveling up or down an incline with an empty truck To avoid hazards associated with a dock, you should personally check that the trailer brakes have been applied, wheel chocks are in place, and that any trailer-to-dock locking systems are being utilized.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS DANGER Never turn on an incline or ramp either loaded or unloaded. Travel straight up or straight down. Be especially cautious when driving the truck on ramps or bridge plates. Be sure to maintain a safe distance from each edge.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS TIP-OVER Lateral tip over can occur with a combination of speed and sharpness of turn. This condition of instability is even more likely with an unloaded truck. With the load raised, lateral tipover can occur while turning and/or braking when traveling in reverse or accelerating and turning while traveling forward.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS DANGER If your truck starts to tip over DO NOT JUMP! Make sure your seat belt is securely fastened, stay in the seat, grip the wheel, lean away from impact and brace your feet. WARNING READ OPERATORS MANUAL.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Confirm the engine type before filling the tank with the recommended fuel. Lift Trucks should be refueled only at designated safe locations. Safe outdoor locations are preferable to those indoors. Never fill the tank near open flame or when the engine is running.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Only Trained, authorized personnel should fill or exchange LP-Gas tanks. Protective clothing such as a face shield, long sleeves and gauntlet gloves should be worn. Do not refuel or store LP-Gas powered life trucks near underground entrances, elevator shafts, or other places where LP-Gas could collect in a pocket and cause potential danger for an explosion.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Serious accidents can occur if LP-Gas tanks are not properly handled. To reduce the risk of damage to tanks, use extreme care when transporting them. Do not leave the engine running where there is poor ventilation. The engine exhaust gas contains carbon monoxide.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS It is extremely dangerous if you or any tool touches or gets caught in the fan or fan belt when the fan is rotating. Never touch the fan when it is rotating. Always stop the engine before inspecting rotating parts.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS Neutral Control Lever Parking Brake Lower forks fully to the floor and tilt forward From Reverse Direction From Forward Direction Parking (3 Position) Directional Control Brake Lever (Option) Key to OFF position (Place in Neutral Position as shown) PARKING…

BATTERY CAPACITY TYPE LIFT TRUCK CORP. A MEMBER OF THE LINDE GROUP AS SHIPPED THIS TRUCK MEETS THE APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS OF ASME B56.1 1. Model designation of the truck 2. Truck serial number 3. Truck sales order number – the sales and serial numbers are assigned to each specific truck and should be used when requesting any information on the truck.

LIFT TRUCK CORP. TIRES TILT A MEMBER OF THE LINDE GROUP 1. Attachment (Sideshifter, Clamp, etc.) – if an attachment is installed on the truck at the time of purchase, it will be indicated in this block. 2. Truck serial number 3.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATOR WARNING AND SAFETY DECALS (continued) Operator Warnings Decal Read and understand the following before operating the truck:…

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATOR WARNING AND SAFETY DECALS (continued) Trained Operator Warning Decal This decal reinforces the requirement that only trained and authorized personnel are to operate the truck. Hood Latch Warning Decal This decal reinforces that the Operator should verify that the Hood Latch is securely fastened before operating the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATOR WARNING AND SAFETY DECALS (continued) Dont Walk Under or Stand On Forks Warning Decal This decal is located on both sides of the Mast Uprights and warns both the Operator and any pedestrians not to stand on or walk under a raised load at any time.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATOR WARNING AND SAFETY DECALS (continued) Brake Warning Decal This decal reinforces that the Operator should engage the Parking Brake lever whenever necessary, as it is not automatically applied. Personnel Warning Decal This decal reinforces that the Operator should never use the Forks to lift personnel for any reason.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS OPERATOR WARNING AND SAFETY DECALS (continued) Seat Belt / Tip-Over Warning Decal This decal reinforces that the Operator should read the Operators Manual and engage the Seat Belt before operating the truck. It also instructs the Operator on what to do in the event of a tip- over of the truck.

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS NOTES:…

SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS SAFETY TIPS NOTES:…

LINDE LIFT TRUCK CORP. A MEMBER OF THE LINDE GROUP 2002 Linde Lift Truck Corporation 2450 West 5 North Street Summerville, S.C. 29484 PHONE (843) 875-8000 FAX (843) 875-8329…

Operating Instructions Linde Fork Lift Truck H 50 – 02 / H 60 – 02 / H 70 – 02 H 80 – 02 / H 80/900 – 02 With Diesel Engine 353 804 3001 GB 0702…

Werk II, Aschaffenburg-Nilkheim portant countries. Linde industrial trucks enjoy a worldwide reputation – thanks to their high quality in engin- eering, performance and serv- ice. Werk I, Aschaffenburg Werk III, Kahl am Main Linde Heavy Truck Division Ltd., Merthyr Tydfil…

Please contact your authorised Linde dealer for this persons, in particular by the operators and service personnel. service. The user, and not the manufacturer Linde, is liable for any Only qualified persons authorised by Linde are allowed to hazards arising from unauthorised applications.

1 Operating instructions For repairs use only genuine Linde spare parts to ensure that 1 Manufacturers declaration of conformity your truck will retain its original technical standard. (manufacturer declares that the industrial truck conforms…

Type plates Description Manufacturers plate Manufacturer CE symbol (The symbol certifies that the EC directives for machines and all applicable guidelines are fulfilled.) Serial number / year built Weight of empty truck Battery voltage Rated capacity Type Lift mast number (stamped) 10 Chassis number (stamped on side) 11 Working hydraulics pump plate 12 Power steering pump plate…

Fork lift truck models H 50 / H 60 / H 70 / H 80 / H 80/900 with Diesel engine Description Innovative technology, easy and ergonomic operation, energy-efficient, environment- and maintenance-friendly, solid manufacture and because almost all spares are of our own manufacture they are readily available! The success of a company with about 9600 employees in eight manufacturing sites.

Table of contents Description Page Page Page Description Starting the engine …………24 Operating the horn …………34 …………..2 Cold start …………….25 Check fuses, renew if required ……… 35 Authorised applications …………2 Stopping the engine …………25 Before lifting a load …………

Table of contents Description Page Page Page Inspection and maintenance as required Add engine oil …………..61 3000-hour inspection and maintenance ..48 ..74 Check the hydraulic oil level ……….61 Cleaning the lift truck …………48 Renew the hydraulic oil ………… 74 Check the coolant concentration ……..

Technical data Description Fork Lift Trucks Data Sheet for Material Handling Equipment VDI 2198 Notes: Designation VDI 2198 to VDI 2198 June 1999 Manufacturer (see page 1) 1) Additional lifting mast heights; see table. Model designation H 50 D H 60 D H 70 D H 80 D H 80 D/900…

Technical data Description Lifting capacity diagrams: Load capacities apply for SE tyres. Mast and lifting height H 50, H 60 (in mm) Lifting height 3550 4150 4550 5250 6050 Mast retracted (with 150 mm free lift for standard) 2730 3030 3230 3580 3980…

Technical data Description Noise emission levels Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations (preliminary values as only a Determined in a test cycle in accordance with EN 12053 from draft standard is available) the weighted values in the operating modes DRIVING, LIFT- ING, IDLING.

Overhead tilt cylinders are fitted for sensitive tilting and for Electrical system Hydraulic system mast stabilisation. The LTS (Linde Torsion Support), also functioning as overhead guard, ensures high strength against The electrical system is supplied by a three-phase current The drive system consists of one variable-displacement pump torsion, i.e.

General view of truck Description Steering wheel Tilt cylinder Drivers seat Cabin* Counterweight Bonnet Steering axle Electrical system cover Foot steps Left drive axle hub differential Fork carriage Lift cylinder Forks Fork quick-releases Lift chain Lifting mast Control console d353-02/34 * Option…

Controls and indicators Description Toggle switches for supplementary functions* Parking brake lever Steering wheel/hydrostatic power steering Horn button Ignition switch and key switch Toggle switches for supplementary functions* Composite instrument Air outlet* Control lever for supplementary hydraulics (attachments)* Label for supplementary hydraulics* Notice label Load capacity diagram Load capacity plate (attachment)*…

Composite instrument Description The composite instrument contains the following control and indicator elements: Indicator element Function Possible fault(s) 1 Hour meter 2 Hour meter on indicator light Hour meter (1). The row of figures (13) Indicates lift truck service hours. The NOTE shows the full service hours, the last display serves as reference for…

Safety rules Beginning operation The responsible persons, particularly the truck operator and Important safety information Handling fuels and lubricants servicing personnel, must be instructed in the safety guide- The precautions WARNING, CAUTION, ATTENTION and Always handle fuels and lubricants as required and lines for the normal and proper use of industrial trucks NOTE in this manual are provided to indicate special dangers as specified by the manufacturer.

Safety rules Beginning operation Particle filter system inspection (option) Services prior to first operation Accident prevention check The responsible authorities require that particle filter systems Check the engine oil level The accident prevention rules in some countries require that must be serviced every six months by an expert. Record the the fork lift truck must be checked at least once a year for Check the header tank coolant level inspection results in a Diesel engine emission inspection…

Daily checks and servicing before operation Beginning operation Opening the bonnet Closing the bonnet Check the fuel level Lift the lever (9) and tilt the backrest (4) forward. Close the bonnet. The fuel level warning light (1) at the instrument panel goes on when 8.0 litres of fuel remain in the tank.

Daily checks and servicing before operation Beginning operation Refuelling Check the engine oil level Check the header tank coolant level CAUTION ATTENTION ATTENTION Stop the engine before refuelling. No smoking or Follow the rules for handling fuel, lubricants and Follow the rules for handling fuel, lubricants and naked flames when refuelling.

Daily checks and servicing before operation Beginning operation Check the tyre inflation pressure Inflate the tyres according to the informations on the front ATTENTION label (1) and rear label. A low tyre inflation pressure reduces the service life of the tyres and the stability of the truck. Drive axle – single tyre H 50 300-15/22 PR ..

Daily checks and servicing before operation Beginning operation Applying the seat belt DANGER CAUTION Pull out the knob on the adjusting handwheel (10) and turn The seat belt must always be applied during The webbing should not be twisted, stuck or the handwheel to set the cushioning to the weight of the the operation of the truck! The seat belt is only knotted.

Starting the engine Beginning operation Starting the engine NOTE Hold the ignition key in position I until the yellow preheat- ATTENTION** If at all possible, avoid frequent engine starts and short ing indicator light (9) is extinguished, and then turn the key Observe the exhaust nozzle for about 5 s after duty cycles so that the engine can reach its operating further to position II.

Cold start, Stopping the engine Beginning operation Cold start Stopping the engine NOTE NOTE Malfunctions during operation Starting at temperatures below 0 C should be performed Do not stop the engine at full throttle. with the accelerator pedal fully depressed in order to ATTENTION obtain the extra amount of fuel required for starting.

Driving Operation CAUTION Start the engine. Reversing the direction of travel Do not drive on slopes with gradients over Release the actuated accelerator pedal. The hydrostatic 15 %, due to the specified minimum brake appli- Elevate the forks slightly and tilt the mast back. drive will act as service brake.

Single-pedal model Operation Starting the engine NOTE Hold the ignition key in position I until the yellow preheat- ATTENTION** If at all possible, avoid frequent engine starts and short ing indicator light (9) extinguishes, then turn the ignition Observe the exhaust nozzle for about 5 s after duty cycles so that the engine can reach its operating key to position II.

Single-pedal model Operation Cold start Stopping the engine Malfunctions during operation NOTE NOTE ATTENTION Starting at temperatures below 0 C should be performed Do not stop the engine at full throttle. If one of the following indicator lamps illumi- with the accelerator pedal fully depressed in order to nates during operation, shut off the engine Release the accelerator pedal (4).

Single-pedal model Operation Driving Reversing CAUTION NOTE Pull back the direction control lever (2). Do not drive on slopes with gradients over When the particle filter* warning light (5) is illuminated 15 % due to the specified minimum brake appli- Depress the accelerator pedal (3) gently.

Steering, brakes Operation Steering Service brake Parking brake Due to the hydrostatic power steering, very little effort is Allow the accelerator pedals to return to the neutral The multiple disc brakes are used as parking brake. required to turn the steering wheel. This is especially useful position.

Central-lever control of lifting device and attachments Operation ATTENTION Lifting the fork carriage Operating the sideshift Use the lifting device and attachments only for Push the control lever (1) to the right. To move the sideshift to the left, push the control lever (2) authorised applications.

Single-lever control of lifting device and attachments Operation Lowering the fork carriage ATTENTION NOTE Use the lifting device and attachments only for For each attachment affix a load capacity plate on the Push the control lever (1) forward. authorised applications. The operator must be engine cover and a symbol label depicting the attach- instructed in the handling of the lifting device and attach- ment behind the appropriate control lever.

Turn the front working light on or off with toggle switch (3). connections beyond this anticipated range are only per- mitted after contacting Linde. Only qualified skilled per- Intermittent switch for rear and top wind- sons who observe the applicable rules and use appropri-…

Heater , horn Operation Controls Operating the horn The fan switch (1) turns on the fan and permits air flow NOTE The horn serves as a warning signal at blind corners and When lever (3) is pushed to the right and lever (2) to the regulation in three stages.

4 Seat heater* (9F14) ……….20 A cover (3) of the bottom step. 5 Horn (4F15) ………….. 10 A ATTENTION 6 One pedal operation* (9F16) ……..5 A Remove the four screws (4). Use only original Linde fuses. Remove the cover (3). * Option d353-02 /36…

Before lifting a load Operation Before lifting a load, check the capacity diagram (1) on the Example bonnet. Load centre distance ……….1000 mm 1 Maximum allowed load in kg WARNING Height of lift …………5650 mm 2 Height of lift in mm If attachments are fitted, check the capacity plate (2) for that equipment.

Loading Operation Adjusting the fork spread Loading CAUTION Raise the fork quick-releases (1). NOTE Do not stand under an elevated load. Drive the Stow loads so that they do not project over the truck load fork lift truck only with the load lowered and the Move the forks further apart or closer together depending area and can not slide, tip over or fall off.

Transporting a load, depositing a load Operation Transporting a load Depositing a load Before leaving the lift truck unattended NOTE Carefully approach the area receiving the load. Deposit the load and lower the fork carriage. When sending goods by freight, the consignor must load and fasten, if necessary, the transported goods safely.

Transport, hoisting the truck Operation Transport with lorry or low-bed semi-trailer CAUTION ATTENTION Lower the mast. Only use a hoisting gear and loading crane with After inserting the slings into the crane hook, the Operate the parking brake. sufficient capacity. safety lock (4) must close.

Hoisting the truck, wheel change Operation Hoisting the truck with lifting eyes Wheel change ATTENTION CAUTION CAUTION The safety lock (5) must close after attaching the Only use a hoisting gear and loading crane with Only use a jack of sufficient lifting capacity. The chains into the crane hook (4).

Mast removal, trailer coupling Operation Mast removal Securing the moveable overhead guard Trailer coupling ATTENTION ATTENTION NOTE Attach the lifting sling on the outer upright of the When removing the mast, the moveable over- The trailer coupling should be used only to tow light mast at the left and right tilt cylinder pivot (1).

Towing instructions Operation Towing Releasing the disc brake After towing Should it become necessary to tow the truck, then it is Open bonnet, remove floor plate. Chock the wheels at the lowest wheels. possible Unscrew the cap nut (4) left of the pedal box and remove Loosen the locknut (8).

Emergency exit for trucks with rear windscreen Maintenance Emergency exit for trucks with rear wind- screen NOTE If the truck is fitted with a front and rear windscreen, it may not be possible to dismount at the side if the truck breaks down in a narrow aisle.

Taking the truck out of operation Maintenance If the truck is taken out of operation for over 2 months, it must Putting the truck back into operation General information be parked in a well ventilated, frost-free, clean and dry room Your truck will remain operational only if the maintenance and Thoroughly clean the truck.

Maintenance Servicing the mast and the front part of the Standard mast Maintenance after the first 50 service hours truck FUNCTION NOTE When the inner mast is lifted, the fork carriage is raised at a A description of the services can also be found in the WARNING ratio of 2:1.

Inspection and maintenance schedule Maintenance Services Before initial After the first Daily checks As required (The description can be found by using the index.) operation 50 service hours Refer to page 19 for servicing ……………………….Refer to page 45 for servicing …………………………….Check the engine oil level ……………………………………

Inspection and maintenance schedule Maintenance Every 500 Every 1000 Every 2000 Every 3000 Services hours hours hours hours (The description can be found by using the index.) Clean and lubricate the steer axle ……………………… Grease the mast pivots, tilt cylinder and overhead guard pivots ………………Check the engine mounting, moveable overhead guard, steer axle and drive axle hub differentials for tightness ……………………….

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Cleaning the lift truck Cleaning and spraying the mast chain When cleaning with compressed air, remove sticking dirt with NOTE NOTE a cold cleaner. The necessity of cleaning depends on the use of the The mast chain must be cleaned if the dust on the chain Clean the oil filler openings, surrounding areas and grease truck.

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Cleaning the air filter Cleaning with compressed air NOTE ATTENTION NOTE Mark every servicing on the filter element. Cleaning the air filter element is necessary only when the Do not clean the filter casing with compressed air filter restriction indicator in the composite instrument air, wipe it with a clean damp cloth.

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Emptying the dust bowl in the air filter cover Replacing the safety element Clean the pre-filter NOTE Changing the safety element (3) is required: NOTE The dust bowl should never be more than half filled with The dust bowl (3) should never be more than half full (2) After cleaning the main element (1) five times.

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance NOTE Regenerate the particle filter For safety reasons, do not conduct the exhaust gases into an The regeneration procedure runs automatically, i.e. pre- exhaust facility. WARNING heating about 60 seconds, combustion about 10 minutes ATTENTION Do not refuel during filter regeneration.

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Lubricate the steer axle, mast and tilt cylin- Check wheel fastener for tightness Check the tyres for damage and foreign der bearings objects ATTENTION Check the wheel fastener at least every 100 If used in clean and dry areas, truck servicing every 500 Secure the truck against rolling (apply the parking brake).

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Clean the radiator and engine oil, hydraulic oil and fuel cooler, check for leaks NOTE Clean with compressed air Renew porous hoses and tighten hose clamps, if neces- The cooling system may only be cleaned with the engine sary.

Inspection and maintenance as required Maintenance Drain the water separator in the fuel system ATTENTION Follow the rules for handling fuel, lubricants and coolant. NOTE The water separator is mounted on the right side of the truck, under the cover above the second step.