PRELIMIINARY SERVICING AND ADJUSTMENT
The container crane is shipped completely serviced except for diesel fuel.
A complete walk-around visual inspection of the crane should always be made before operation. Special attention should
be given to structural damage, loose equipment, leaks, or other conditions that would require immediate correction for safe
operation. The following checklist items are suggested specifically for the operators benefit to make certain the crane is
prepared for starting the days work.
Fuel Supply/Fuel-Water Separator
Ensure the fuel tank is full and the cap is on tight. Open valve (no more than one turn) on the bottom of fuel-water
separator. Carefully close valve when clean fuel is visible. Do not overtighten plastic valve.
Check oil level in the crankcase; fill the FULL mark on the dipstick. Do not overfill.
Check coolant level in the radiator by inspecting the coolant expansion tank level located in the engine hood, upper-left
rear; fill to proper level. Do not overfill. Check cap for security.
Ensure the cables and clamps are tight and not corroded.
Horns, Signals, and Lights Check all signal and running lights for proper operation. Replace burned out lamps with those
of the same number, or equivalent. Ensure backup alarm and steering wheel horn are operable.
Foot and Parking Brake
Check for proper operation.
Fan Belt and Fan Inspect fan belt for cracks or fraying.
Inspect fan for cracks.
Check transmission oil level; fill if required.