The engine will not crank unless the trans-
mission control lever is in the neutral posi-
Position direction control lever (14) to N (neutral).
Turn the ignition switch (35) to START and release immediately when
the engine starts.
When start has been accomplished, check the engine instruments for
NORMAL ENGINE WATER TEMPERA-
TURE IS FROM 180-20000 F (82-930 C).
NORMAL ENGINE OIL PRESSURE AT
IDLE SPEED IS 16 PSI (124 kPa) MINl-
MUM AND AT RATED SPEED IS40-60 PSI
(276-414 kPa). IF ENGINE OIL PRESSURE
GAGE (30) AND/OR WATER TEMPERA-
TURE GAGE (32) DO NOT DISPLAY PROP-
ER READINGS, SHUTDOWN ENGINE
I M M E D I A T E L Y AND CORRECT MAL-
FUNCTION BEFORE RESUMING OPERA-
Allow the engine and hydraulic oil to warm up five minutes before
applying a load.
COLD WEATHER STARTING.
The correct grade of oil for the prevailing temperature should be used in the
crankcase to prevent hard cranking. Diesel fuel should have a pour point of
10 degrees F (-12 degrees C) less than the lowest expected temperature. In
case of emergency, white kerosene may be added to the fuel to bring the
pour point down to the required temperature to prevent clogging of filters
and small passages by wax crystals. The addition of kerosene is NOT
recommended for general use. If low temperatures are ONLY expected at