There are several specific warning labels on this
machine. The exact location of each label and a
description of the hazard are reviewed in this section.
Please review the location and content of each
NOTE: The warning labels on the radiator and engine
valve cover are not accessible to the operator.
Make sure all warning labels can be read. Clean or
have the warning labels replaced if the words cannot
be read, or the illustrations are not clear. When
cleaning the warning labels, use a cloth, water, and soap.
Do not use solvent, gasoline, etc., to clean the warning
labels. Solvents or gasoline, etc., could loosen the label
adhesive and allow the sign to fall off.
If a warning label is attached to a part that is replaced,
make sure a new label is installed on the replaced
part. Unit maintenances should refer to the following
group numbers in Parts Manual, Deployable Universal
Combat Earthmover (DEUCE) for the part numbers of the
warning labels and data plates:
1004943 Cover GP-Valve Mechanism
1228811 Paint GP-Transfer
1243842 Cylinder GP & Mounting (Front)
1243847 Cylinder GP & Mounting (Bogie)
1450425 Cab GP-Basic
1520463 Wiring GP & Battery (Optional Arctic)
Improper jumper cable connections can cause
explosion, resulting in personal injury.
always connect positive (+) cable to positive (+)
terminal of battery connected to starter solenoid
and negative (-) cable from external source to
equipped with starter negative terminal, connect
Warning label (1) is located inside the battery
Compartment, at the rear of the machine
A second copy of the warning label (1) is located on the left
side of the machine, towards the rear, near the auxiliary
start receptacle (NATO slave).
A third copy of the warning label (1) is located on the arctic
battery box, if the machine is equipped with the arctic