Transmission Shift Lever (6). The lever is located on the right side of the cab on the side
console and is electrically connected to the transmission selector valve. The lever has ten
different shift positions allowing the operator to select from three reverse speeds (R1, R2,
and R3), neutral (N), and six forward speeds (F1 thru F6).
Steering Wheel (7). It is a conventional automotive-type steering wheel used to control
front wheels. Clockwise steers crane to right, counterclockwise steers crane to left.
Horn Button (8). The button is located in the center of the steering wheel. Depressing the
horn energizes a relay that in turn sounds the horn on the cab exterior.
Seat Position Adjustment (9). These controls adjust seat back position and seat
suspension stiffness. Also moves seat cushion forward and back.
Cab Dome Light (10). The light is located on the right rear corner of the cab roof to
illuminate the cab interior. The light is controlled by a door switch and a switch on the light.
APC 100 Override Switch (11). The Automatic Powershift Control (APC) 100 Override
Switch is located on top of the APC control panel in the right rear corner of the cab. The
switch is used to permit manual shifting of the transmission. There are two lights on the unit
which indicate which position the switch is in: Green for automatic and Red for manual. The
switch must be reactivated for manual operation each time the ignition switch is turned OFF.
Windshield Washer Fluid Container (12). The container is located on the cab floor
behind the operator's seat. It contains the windshield washer fluid.
When using fire extinguisher, conduct all
extinguishing operations from outside the cab and
ventilate the cab thoroughly prior to reentry. Fire
extinguishers are located in both the carrier and
Fire Extinguisher (13). The extinguisher, which is located at the rear of the cab on the left
side, is a 1-A:10-B:C-rated, dry-type fire extinguisher.
Four-Way Flasher Switch (14). The switch is located on the steering column just behind
the Turn Signal Lever (15). Pulling the switch causes all four turn signals to flash. The
lights will continue to flash until the switch is depressed.
Turn Signal Lever (15). The lever is located on the steering column. Moving the switch
handle down causes the left turn signals to flash. Moving the handle up causes the right
turn signals to flash. Pulling lever activates dimmer switch for headlights high and low
Blackout Lighting Control (16). The control is the large three-lever control located on the
left side of the front console panel. This control contains the service lighting controls, the
auxiliary lighting switch, and the mechanical lock. The service lighting control switch is
located on the top of the plate. It has five positions; BlackOut DRIVE, BlackOut MARKER,
OFF, STOP LIGHT, and SERvice DRIVE. The mechanical lock switch is located on the