Cab/Radiator Tilt Controls
The cab/radiator tilt controls are used by Unit
Maintenance personnel for repairing the machine.
Selector Knobs (1)When the selector knobs are
pointing upwards (turned fully clockwise) the radiator
tilt circuit is active. When the selector knobs are
pointing downward (turned fully counterclockwise) the
cab tilt circuit is active.
Pump Bracket (2)The pump bracket is used with a
lever to raise and lower the cab or radiator.
Direction Selector (3)The slotted end of the pump
lever is used to turn the direction selector. When the
direction selector is turned fully counterclockwise,
pumping the lever will lower the cab/radiator. When
the direction selector is turned fully clockwise,
pumping the lever will raise the cab/radiator.
Emergency Drive Belt Tension
Radiator Shown in Raised Position for Photographic Clarity.
Auxiliary Charge Switch (1) Move and hold the
auxiliary charge switch up to pressurize the drive belt
tension adjustment circuit.
Port (2) The port provides pressurized hydraulic oil
to increase the tension of the drive belt.
NOTE: Port (2) can be accessed by raising the
radiator (as shown), or through the air filter
compartment. For the belt tension procedures, refer to
Machine Operation, Emergency Belt Tension
Procedure in this section.