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Operation and Maintenance Manual Excerpt

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SEBU7889-16 March 2010

Operation and Maintenance Manual

950H and 962H Wheel Loaders and IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier
J5J 1-Up (950H Machine) K5K 1-Up (950H Machine) M1G 1-Up (950H Machine) N1A 1-Up (950H Machine) J6J 1-Up (962H Machine) K6K 1-Up (962H Machine) M3G 1-Up (962H Machine) N4A 1-Up (962H Machine) M5G 1-Up (IT62H Machine)


56 Operation Section Before Operation


Operation Section Before Operation



Daily Inspection
SMCS Code: 1000; 7000 For a maximum service life of the machine, complete a thorough walk-around inspection before you mount the machine and before you start the engine. Inspect the area around the machine and under the machine. Look for loose bolts, trash buildup, oil, coolant leakage, broken parts, or worn parts. Note: Watch closely for leaks. If you observe a leak, nd the source of the leak and correct the leak. If you suspect a leak or you observe a leak, check the uid levels more frequently. Inspect the condition of the equipment and of the hydraulic components. Check the condition of the tires. Adjust the ination pressure, if necessary. Check all of the oil levels, all of the coolant levels, and all of the fuel levels. Remove any trash buildup and debris. Make all necessary repairs before you operate the machine. Make sure that all covers and guards are securely attached. Adjust the mirrors for the correct rear view of the machine. Grease all of the ttings that need to be serviced on a daily basis. Daily, perform the procedures that are applicable to your machine:

Mounting and Dismounting

SMCS Code: 7000

Illustration 33 Typical example


Mount the machine and dismount the machine only at locations that have steps and/or handholds. Before you mount the machine, clean the steps and the handholds. Inspect the steps and handholds. Make all necessary repairs. Face the machine whenever you get on the machine and whenever you get off the machine. Maintain a three-point contact with the steps and with the handholds. Note: Three-point contact can be two feet and one hand. Three-point contact can also be one foot and two hands. Do not mount a moving machine. Do not dismount a moving machine. Never jump off the machine. Do not carry tools or supplies when you try to mount the machine or when you try to dismount the machine. Use a hand line to pull equipment onto the platform. Do not use any controls as handholds when you enter the operator compartment or when you exit the operator compartment.

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Backup

Alarm - Test

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Cooling

System Level - Check Level - Check

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Engine Oil Operation and Maintenance Manual, Fuel System
Primary Filter (Water Separator) - Drain System Oil Level - Check Coupler - Check

Alternate Exit
Machines that are equipped with cabs have alternate exits. For additional information, see Operation and Maintenance Manual, Alternate Exit.

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Hydraulic Operation and Maintenance Manual, Quick


57 Operation Section Before Operation

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Seat Belt Inspect

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Transmission

Oil Level - Check Clean

Operation and Maintenance Manual, Windows -


Steering Frame Lock

SMCS Code: 7506
Illustration 35 Steering frame lock in the unlocked position

No clearance for person in this area when machine turns. Severe injury or death from crushing could occur. The steering frame lock is located on the left side of the machine.

Separate steering frame lock (1) before the machine is operated. Move the steering frame lock into the unlocked position and install pin (2).

Illustration 34 Steering frame lock in the locked position


Connect steering frame lock (1) when the machine is being lifted and when the machine is being transported. Also connect the steering frame lock if you are performing service work near the articulation joint. Install pin (2) in order to secure the steering frame lock.