2. Lubricate all points equipped with grease fittings, per
1. Drain the preservative oil from the engine, if applicable,
and refill the crankcase with the oil type recommended for
normal operation. Allow for the oil added in Step 2.
3. Check the oil levels in the upper chain case. Check the oil
level in the crawler drive gear cases. Add oil as required of
2. Remove the valve rocker cover from the engine and pour
the types specified in Section Ill.
at least one-half gallon of engine oil over the rocker arms
and push rods. Replace the cover.
4. Check the fluid levels in the torque converter, propel
3. Check the condition of the radiator hoses and clamps.
transmission, and hydraulic reservoirs. Add to each unit
Then, fill the engine cooling system with clean, soft water
with the oil type specified on the lubrication charts. Drain
and a high quality rust inhibitor or a solution of permanent
the hydraulic reservoir down to the proper level.
antifreeze, depending on expected weather conditions.
4. Remove the seals from the engine exhaust outlets, fuel
pistons and other machined surfaces, if applicable.
tank, air cleaner, and electrical equipment.
5. Fill the fuel tank.
RESTORING TORQUE CONVERTER TO SERVICE. To re-
6. Remove the rust preventive from the flywheel.
store the torque converter to service, proceed as follows:
7. Remove the paper strips from between the pulleys and
1. If MOTORSTOR or equivalent was used in preparing the
transmission for storage use the following procedure to
8. Install the batteries, fully charged, and connect them.
A. Remove the tape from openings and breather.
9. Make a thorough visual inspection of the machine to in-
sure that the engine can be started safely and the machine
B. Wash off all the external grease with solvent.
operated. Correct any malfunction found.
10. Start the engine in the normal manner and allow it to
warm up fully. The preservative fuel will produce a harm-
less smoky exhaust until it is consumed.
It IS not necessary to drain the oil and MOTORSTOR
mixture from the converter.
11. Observe for unusual noise or other symptoms of mal-
function when the engine started. Shut the engine down
2. If MOTORSTOR was not used in preparing the converter
immediately if there is any evidence of malfunction and
for storage, use the following procedure to restore the unit.
make the corrections found.
A. Remove tape from openings and breather.
RESTORING MACHINE PROPER TO SERVICE. To restore
the machine proper to service following long term storage,
B. Wash off all external grease with solvent.
proceed as follows.
C. Drain oil from the converter.
1. Clean the entire machine thoroughly. Then inspect the
D. Install new oil filters and refill with proper oil to operat-
machine thoroughly, paying particular attention to hydrau-
ing level. See SectIon III.
lic hoses, tubes and fittings.