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GP/GLP/GDP040-060RG/TG/ZG (A875)

SERVICE MANUAL CONTENTS


PART YRM REV
SECTION NUMBER NUMBER DATE
FRAME............................................................................................................................ 524158636 0100 YRM 0505 06/04
MAZDA FE AND F2 ENGINE......................................................................................... 524158742 0600 YRM 0496 01/11
MAZDA HA/XA DIESEL ENGINES................................................................................ 524162461 0600 YRM 1019 01/11
GM 3.0L GAS/LPG ENGINE........................................................................................... 524158637 0600 YRM 1020 10/06
COOLING SYSTEM........................................................................................................ 524150775 0700 YRM 0626 03/03
LPG FUEL SYSTEM (GM 3.0L)...................................................................................... 524158744 0900 YRM 0498 12/03
GASOLINE FUEL SYSTEM (MAZDA)........................................................................... 524158745 0900 YRM 0502 12/03
LPG FUEL SYSTEM (MAZDA)....................................................................................... 524158746 0900 YRM 0523 12/03
LPG FUEL SYSTEM (AISAN OPEN LOOP).................................................................. 524158747 0900 YRM 0925 12/03
LPG FUEL SYSTEM (AISAN CLOSED LOOP)............................................................. 524158748 0900 YRM 0948 10/06
ELEC. CONT. LPG/GAS FUEL SYS GM 3.0/4.3L EPA COMP. ENG........................... 524208004 0900 YRM 1088 05/06
GASOLINE FUEL SYS MAZDA FE AND FE EPA COMP. ENG................................... 524214124 0900 YRM 1089 04/04
SINGLE-SPEED POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION-DESC AND OPER......................... 524158749 1300 YRM 0500 08/03
SINGLE-SPEED POWERSHIFT TRANSMISSION-REPAIR.......................................... 524158750 1300 YRM 0501 03/04
DRIVE AXLE................................................................................................................... 524158751 1400 YRM 0499 10/04
STEERING AXLE............................................................................................................ 524158752 1600 YRM 0316 08/06
STEERING CONTROL UNIT.......................................................................................... 524158753 1600 YRM 0720 11/06
BRAKE SYSTEM............................................................................................................ 524158754 1800 YRM 0506 05/05
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM, GEAR PUMP ASSEMBLY....................................................... 524158755 1900 YRM 0513 06/04
MAIN CONTROL VALVE................................................................................................ 524158756 2000 YRM 0516 12/03
TILT CYLINDERS........................................................................................................... 524150790 2100 YRM 0103 03/07
ALTERNATOR................................................................................................................ 524150791 2200 YRM 0002 12/04
STARTER........................................................................................................................ 524150792 2200 YRM 0106 12/04
HIGH ENERGY IGNITION (HEI) SYSTEM..................................................................... 524153914 2200 YRM 0107 03/08
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER............................................................................................... 524158757 2200 YRM 0514 01/04
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (MAZDA FE AND F2 ENGINES)............................................. 524158758 2200 YRM 0524 12/03
MICROPROCESSOR SPARK TIMING SYSTEM (GM 3.0L) (EARLY MODELS)......... 524158759 2200 YRM 0603 12/03
EEC-TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR (GM 3.0L)................................................... 524158885 2200 YRM 0611 12/03
EEC - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION...................................................................... 524158887 2200 YRM 0612 12/03
MICROPROCESSOR SPARK TIMING SYSTEM (GM 3.0L/4.3L) (LATER MODELS). 524153916 2200 YRM 0765 03/03
EEC-DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION (GM 3.0L/4.3L)............................................... 524153917 2200 YRM 0781 03/03
EEC-TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR.................................................................... 524153918 2200 YRM 0782 03/03
ECM DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION (MEFI)............................................................ 524162462 2200 YRM 1016 10/04
ECM TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR (MEFI)........................................................ 524162463 2200 YRM 1017 10/04
ECM DIAG. TROUBLESHOOTING GM 3.0L/4.3L EPA COMP. ENG........................... 524208009 2200 YRM 1090 04/05
ECM DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLESHOOTING (MAZDA FE AND F2)................................ 524217573 2200 YRM 1092 04/05
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MAZDA FE AND F2 GAS EPA COMP. ENG.......................... 524214123 2200 YRM 1104 03/04
MAST - DESCRIPTION................................................................................................... 524158890 4000 YRM 0521 03/06
MAST - REPAIR.............................................................................................................. 524158891 4000 YRM 0522 07/10
METRIC AND INCH (SAE) FASTENERS....................................................................... 524150797 8000 YRM 0231 10/13
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE............................................................................................ 524158900 8000 YRM 0707 06/09
CAPACITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................... 524158901 8000 YRM 0708 01/11
DIAGRAMS..................................................................................................................... 524158902 8000 YRM 0709 10/04
Service information for Cummins diesel engines can be ordered through the Hyster Literature Distribution Center.
PART NO. 524158635 (10/13)
100 YRM 505 Operator Module Repair

General
The surface must be solid, even, and level when the
WARNING lift truck is put on blocks. Make sure that any blocks
The lift truck must be put on blocks for some types used to support the lift truck are solid, one-piece
of maintenance and repair. The removal of the units. See the Operating Manual or the Periodic
following assemblies will cause large changes in Maintenance manual for your lift truck.
the center of gravity: mast, drive axle, engine and
transmission, and counterweight. When the lift This section has the description of the frame and some
truck is put on blocks, put additional blocks in the connected parts. See Figure 1. Procedures for the re-
following positions to maintain stability: moval and installation of the counterweight, hood, over-
• Before removing the mast and drive axle, put head guard, and engine (including the transmission) are
blocks under the counterweight so the lift truck found in this section. Checks for the operator restraint
cannot fall backward. system and procedures for the repair of fuel and hy-
• Before removing the counterweight, put blocks draulic tanks and installation of safety labels are also
under the mast assembly so the lift truck cannot included.
fall forward.

Description
The frame is one weldment and includes the hydraulic controls, instrument panel, hood, and seat are installed
tank and the fuel tank for gasoline or diesel fuel. There on the operator module. The hood is connected to the
is a counterweight for each capacity of lift truck. The operator module with hinges. The floor plates and side
counterweights are similar, but are different weights. access doors can be removed for access to the engine,
The muffler is fastened to the frame inside of the coun- transmission, and other components.
terweight.

An operator module is installed on the frame with rubber


mounts. See Figure 1. The overhead guard, steering

Operator Module Repair


REMOVE 060RG/TG/ZG) units, tighten the capscrews that fasten
the module cowl side plate to the front legs to 66 N•m
1. Remove the hood and side covers. See Figure 2. (49 lbf ft). See Figure 1.
2. Remove the steering housing and instrument clus- 1. Connect a lifting device to the overhead guard. The
ter from the cowl. Remove the capscrews that hold overhead guard and module weigh approximately
the parking brake lever to the cowl. 385 kg (850 lb). Lift the operator module onto the
frame.
3. Remove the nuts and bolts at the mounts for the
operator module. 2. Make sure the rubber mounts are installed in the
frame. Install the large washer and nut on the bot-
4. Connect a lifting device to the overhead guard. The
tom of the mount. Tighten the nuts to 53 N•m
overhead guard and module weigh approximately
(39 lbf ft).
385 kg (850 lb). Lift the operator module from the
frame. 3. Install the hood and side covers.

INSTALL 4. Install the steering controls and the parking brake


lever.
NOTE: If the overhead guard was removed from the
operator module, tighten the rear leg mount capscrews 5. Install the floor plates.
to 53 N•m (39 lbf ft). On GP2.00-3.00TF/RF (GP040-

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Operator Module Repair 100 YRM 505

Figure 1. Frame and Operator Module

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100 YRM 505 Hood and Side Covers Repair

Legend for Figure 1


1. OPERATOR MODULE 11. STORAGE COMPARTMENT
2. FRAME 12. OVERHEAD GUARD (RAISED)
3. HYDRAULIC TANK 13. SCREW
4. STEERING AXLE MOUNT 14. HANDLE
5. DRIVE AXLE MOUNT 15. PLUG
6. CAPSCREW 16. LOCKWASHER
7. WASHER 17. BAR
8. RUBBER MOUNT 18. FENDER
9. NUT 19. CROSSMEMBER
10. COVER

Hood and Side Covers Repair


4. Install the upper hood panel in position on the front
WARNING plate weldment. Connect the torsion spring. Install
The hood and hood latch must be correctly adjusted the hinge pins. Install the rod.
for the correct operation of the operator restraint
system. 5. Close the upper hood panel until the rubber cush-
ions are against the rear crossmember of the en-
The operator’s seat is fastened to the upper hood gine compartment. Align the edge of the upper
panel. This upper hood panel opens forward for access hood panel with the rear crossmember of the en-
to the engine compartment. Two hinges fasten the gine compartment. Tighten the capscrews for the
upper hood panel to the front plate weldment of the hinges.
engine compartment. A latch mechanism with a push
knob holds the upper hood panel in position during 6. When the upper hood panel is fully closed, check
operation of the lift truck. See Figure 2. that the latch fully engages the latch hook. If the
latch does not engage correctly, add or remove
A torsion spring is fastened between the front plate washers (shims) as necessary to adjust the latch
weldment and the upper hood panel to help personnel assembly. When the adjustment is correct, tighten
when opening and closing the hood. Sound-absorbing the capscrews that hold the latch assembly.
materials are fastened inside the hood panels to reduce
noise during operation. See Figure 2 and Figure 3. 7. Install the hinges onto the engine compartment, but
do not tighten the bolts.
REMOVE
8. Install the access doors on the hinges. Close the
Remove the floor plate and the hood and side covers. access doors. Adjust the stop bolts and front plate
so that the front plate is even from side to side and
INSTALL AND ADJUST the access doors will engage the tabs. Tighten the
capscrews on the front plate. Tighten the jam nuts
Install and adjust the hood and side covers as follows: on the stop bolts.
1. Install the crossmember onto the frame. Install the 9. Adjust the hinges so that the front edges of the ac-
front plate weldment, but do not tighten the four cess doors are even with the front plate. Tighten
capscrews. the bolts for the hinges. Install washers (shims) as
necessary so that the access doors are against the
2. Install the hinges on the upper hood panel. Do not
hood seal when they are closed.
tighten the capscrews.

3. Install the latch hook.

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Hood and Side Covers Repair 100 YRM 505

1. ACCESS DOOR (LH) 11. BUSHING


2. ACCESS DOOR (RH) 12. RUBBER CUSHION
3. CROSSMEMBER 13. TRIM
4. UPPER HOOD PANEL 14. CAPSCREW
5. PLATE 15. NUT
6. HINGE 16. WASHER
7. ROD 17. PIN
8. TORSION SPRING 18. COTTER PIN
9. LATCH HOOK 19. SEAL
10. SPACER 20. LATCH ASSEMBLY

Figure 2. Hood and Side Covers Arrangement

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100 YRM 505 Overhead Guard Repair

1. LATCH ASSEMBLY 8. FRONT PLATE


2. PUSH KNOB 9. REAR CROSSMEMBER OF ENGINE
3. LATCH HOOK COMPARTMENT
4. LATCH (ENGAGED) 10. TORSION SPRING
5. LATCH (DISENGAGED) 11. STOP BOLT
6. SHIMS (AS NECESSARY) 12. FRONT CROSSMEMBER OF ENGINE
7. UPPER HOOD PANEL COMPARTMENT

Figure 3. Hood Assembly

Overhead Guard Repair


REMOVE AND INSTALL reduce the strength of the overhead guard. See the
section Changes to the Overhead Guard in the Peri-
WARNING odic Maintenance 8000 YRM 707 for instructions on
making changes to the overhead guard.
Do not operate the lift truck without the overhead
guard correctly fastened to the lift truck. 1. Connect a crane or lifting device to remove or install
the overhead guard. Disconnect the air intake at the
Changes that are made by welding, or by drilling
overhead guard leg.
holes that are too big or in the wrong location, can

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Overhead Guard Repair 100 YRM 505

2. Disconnect any wires between the frame and the Install


overhead guard. When the overhead guard is lifted
from the frame, make sure that any electrical wires 1. If the mounting bracket was removed, install it onto
are moved through the holes in the frame so that the overhead guard leg. Insert the plug and screw
they are not damaged. to attach mounting bracket to overhead guard leg.
See Figure 4.
3. There are two capscrews at each corner of the left-
hand leg of the overhead guard. Remove and install 2. Install the LED light assembly and harness on the
the capscrews for the overhead guard as follows: mounting bracket.

a. Access to the bolts at the front of the overhead 3. Connect the LED light to the chassis light harness.
guard is under the dash panel. Remove the
4. Connect the negative terminal of battery and close
plastic box from the right-hand side of the dash
the hood.
panel.

b. Access to the bolts at the rear of the overhead


guard is under the rear fender wells.

c. Tighten the rear leg mount capscrews to


53 N•m (39 lbf ft). On GP2.00-3.00TF/RF
(GP040-060RG/TG/ZG) units, tighten the cap-
screws that fasten the module cowl side plate
to the front legs to 66 N•m (49 lbf ft).

NOTE: The air inlet for the air filter is installed in the
left-hand leg of the overhead guard. Make sure the grill
is installed with the louvers pointed downward.

LED BACKUP AND BRAKE LIGHTS,


REPLACE
NOTE: Newer models of lift trucks are equipped with
LED (Light Emitting Diode) backup and brake tail lights.
These light assemblies are non-repairable and must be
replaced as a complete unit. See the Parts Manual for
replacement LED lights.

Remove
1. Disconnect negative terminal of battery and remove
the key. A. LED ASSEMBLY WITH STANDARD EXHAUST
B. LED ASSEMBLY WITH OVERHEAD EXHAUST
2. Disconnect the LED light from the chassis light har-
ness. 1. LED LIGHT
2. SCREW
3. Remove LED light assembly and harness from 3. WASHER
4. LOCKNUT
mounting bracket. See Figure 4. 5. MOUNTING BRACKET
6. GROMMET
4. If the LED mounting bracket must be removed from 7. PLUG
the overhead guard leg, remove the plug, screw 8. SCREW
and bracket from the overhead guard leg. 9. OVERHEAD GUARD LEG

Figure 4. LED Backup and Brake Lights Assembly

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100 YRM 505 Counterweight Repair

Counterweight Repair
slowly. Fuel leaving the fitting removes heat. Use a
WARNING cloth to protect your hands from the cold fitting.
The lift truck must be put on blocks for some types
of maintenance and repair. The removal of the 1. If the lift truck has an LPG fuel system, use the
following assemblies will cause large changes in following procedure to remove the LPG tank and
the center of gravity: mast, drive axle, engine and bracket so that the counterweight can be removed.
transmission, and counterweight. When the lift See Figure 5.
truck is put on blocks, put additional blocks in the
following positions to maintain stability: Additional information on the LPG fuel system can
• Before removing the mast and drive axle, put be found in the following sections:LPG Fuel Sys-
blocks under the counterweight so the lift truck tem, GM 2.2L and 3.0L Engines 900 YRM 498,
cannot fall backward. LPG Fuel System, Mazda FE Engine 900 YRM
• Before removing the counterweight, put blocks 523, or Electronic Controlled LPG/Gasoline Fuel
under the mast assembly so the lift truck cannot System, GM 3.0L and 4.3L EPA Compliant En-
fall forward. gines 900 YRM 1088.

The surface must be solid, even, and level when a. LPG tanks can be removed and replaced in-
the lift truck is put on blocks. Make sure that any doors only if the lift truck is at least 8 m (26 ft)
blocks used to support the lift truck are solid, one- from any flame or ignition source.
piece units. See the Operating Manual or Periodic
b. Move the lift truck to the area where tanks are
Maintenance 8000 YRM 707 for your lift truck.
changed.
The counterweight is held in position on the frame by
c. Turn the shutoff valve clockwise until the valve
two hooks that are part of the frame. One M24 × 3
is completely closed.
capscrew holds the counterweight to the lower part of
the frame. d. Run the engine until it stops, then turn the key
switch to the OFF position.
REMOVE
e. Disconnect the quick-disconnect fitting.
WARNING f. Release the LPG tank latch and remove the
Do not operate the lift truck if the capscrew for the tank from the bracket.
counterweight is not installed. When the capscrew
is removed, the counterweight can fall from the lift 2. If an overhead exhaust is installed, remove it as
truck. shown in Figure 12.

WARNING WARNING
LPG can cause an explosion. Do not cause sparks The counterweight is heavy. Make sure that the eye-
or permit flammable material near the LPG system. bolt and lifting devices have enough capacity to lift
LPG fuel systems can be disconnected indoors the weight. The approximate weights of the coun-
only if the lift truck is at least 8 m (26 ft) from any terweight castings are shown in Table 1.
open flame, motor vehicles, electrical equipment,
or ignition source. 3. Install a lifting eye in the lifting hole of the counter-
weight. See Figure 5. Connect a crane to the lift-
Close the shutoff valve on the LPG tank before any ing eye and raise the crane until it holds part of the
part of the engine fuel system is disconnected. Run weight of the counterweight. Remove the capscrew
the engine until the fuel in the system is used and that holds the counterweight to the frame. Use the
the engine stops. crane to lift the counterweight from the lift truck. Put
the counterweight on the floor so that it has stability
If the engine will not run, close the shutoff valve on
and will not fall over. Remove the spacers from the
the LPG tank. Loosen the fitting on the supply hose
mounts.
from the LPG tank where it enters the filter unit.
Permit the pressure in the fuel system to decrease

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Counterweight Repair 100 YRM 505

INSTALL
1. Install the spacers on the mounts. See Figure 6.
Use a crane to install the counterweight on the lift
truck. When the counterweight is installed, make
sure the hooks on the frame fully engage the coun-
terweight so it is aligned with the parts of the frame.
Use the spacers to obtain a gap of 8.5 to 11.5 mm
(0.33 to 0.45 in.) between the counterweight and
the overhead guard leg. Install and tighten the M24
× 3 capscrew to 555 N•m (409 lbf ft).

2. If the lift truck has an LPG fuel system, use the


following procedure to install the bracket and LPG
tank after the counterweight has been installed:

a. Before the LPG tank is installed on the lift truck,


make sure the tank has fuel in it. Check the
operation of the fuel gauge. Look at the fuel
gauge and move the tank. If the gauge needle
does not move, a new tank must be installed.

b. Put the tank in the tank bracket. Make sure the


tank is aligned with the alignment pin.

c. Close the latch.


1. COUNTERWEIGHT 6. ROLL PIN
2. CAPSCREW (M24 7. SEAL d. Connect the quick-disconnect fitting to the shut-
× 3 × 180) 8. SHIM off valve on the tank. Use your hand to tighten
3. LOCKWASHER 9. NUT the fitting. Do not open the shutoff valve until
4. WASHER 10. CAP the quick-disconnect fitting is completely tight-
5. TOW PIN 11. LIFTING HOLE
ened. Turn the shutoff valve counterclockwise
Figure 5. Counterweight to open the valve.

Table 1. Weight of Counterweights e. Inspect the fuel system for leaks when the shut-
off valve is open. Frost on the surface of the
Model kg lbs tank, valves, or fittings or a strong odor indi-
cates leakage.
GP 040 1,080 ±16 2380 ±35
3. If the lift truck has an overhead exhaust, install it as
GP 050 1406 ±21 3100 ±46
shown in Figure 12.
GP 060 1800 ±27 3970 ±60
GC 040 1070 ±15 2360 ±33
GC 050 1433 ±21 3160 ±46
GC 060 1855 ±28 4090 ±62

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100 YRM 505 Exhaust System Repair

Legend for Figure 6


1. SPACER 3. CAPSCREW
2. RUBBER SEAL

Figure 6. Counterweight Installation

Exhaust System Repair


The muffler is installed inside the cavity of the counter- depends on the fuel the engine uses. See the Parts
weight. A short exhaust pipe sends the exhaust gases Manual for your lift truck model.
from the lift truck through the grille in the counterweight.
See Figure 7, Figure 8, Figure 9 or Figure 10. The GP2.00-3.00RF/TF (GP040-060RG/TG/ZG) series
of lift trucks can have an overhead exhaust system. The
An optional catalytic converter can be installed in the exhaust pipe is fastened to the top of the counterweight.
exhaust system between the engine and the muffler. See Figure 12.
See Figure 11. The type of catalytic converter installed

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Exhaust System Repair 100 YRM 505

MUFFLER, REPLACE the exhaust seal, spacer, and exhaust pipe. In-
stall the springs and special capscrews. Tighten
The counterweight must be removed to repair or install the special capscrews to 38 N•m (28 lbf ft).
a new muffler or other parts of the exhaust system. See
Figure 7. When connecting the exhaust pipe to the en- 2. On units with an overhead exhaust, tighten the cap-
gine, do the following: screws that hold the overhead exhaust to the coun-
terweight to 38 N•m (28 lbf ft). Install the cover.
1. Install the adapter on the exhaust manifold. Tighten
the nuts for the adapter to 40 N•m (30 lbf ft). Install

1. MUFFLER 6. SPACER 11. LOCKWASHER


2. CLAMP 7. PIPE 12. GASKET
3. CAPSCREW 8. TUBE 13. ADAPTER
4. NUT 9. SEAL
5. WASHER 10. SPRING

Figure 7. Exhaust System (Gasoline and LPG)

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100 YRM 505 Exhaust System Repair

1. MUFFLER 6. SPRING
2. COUNTERWEIGHT EXHAUST PIPE 7. SPECIAL SCREW
3. GASKET 8. OXYGEN SENSOR PORT
4. EXHAUST PIPE 9. RAW GAS CHECK PORT
5. SEAL

Figure 8. Exhaust System, GM3.0L EPA Compliant

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Exhaust System Repair 100 YRM 505

1. MUFFLER 5. DIFFUSER 9. SEAL


2. SPACER 6. CLAMP 10. SPRING
3. BRACKET 7. GASKET 11. SPECIAL CAPSCREW
4. CATALYTIC CONVERTER 8. ADAPTER 12. PLUG

Figure 9. Exhaust System (Low Emissions)

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100 YRM 505 Exhaust System Repair

Figure 10. EPA Compliant Exhaust System Mazda 2.0L and 2.2L

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Exhaust System Repair 100 YRM 505

Legend for Figure 10


1. MUFFLER 7. GASKET 13. PLUG (RAW GAS CHECK
2. SPACER 8. ADAPTER PORT)
3. BRACKET 9. SEAL 14. OXYGEN SENSOR
4. CATALYTIC CONVERTER 10. SPACER 15. OVERHEAD EXHAUST PIPE
5. DIFFUSER 11. SPRING
6. CLAMP 12. SPECIAL CAPSCREW

Figure 11. Exhaust System (Diesel)

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100 YRM 505 Exhaust System Repair

Legend for Figure 11


1. MUFFLER 9. GASKET
2. CLAMP 10. SPRING
3. CAPSCREW 11. LOCKWASHER
4. NUT 12. ADAPTER
5. WASHER 13. SEAL
6. SPACER 14. CATALYTIC CONVERTER
7. PIPE 15. HEAT SHIELD
8. TUBE 16. FITTING
Legend for Figure 12
1. TUBE 5. WASHER
2. TAILPIPE 6. COVER
3. CAPSCREW 7. CLAMP
4. LOCKWASHER

Figure 12. Overhead Exhaust

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Radiator and Cooling System Repair 100 YRM 505

Radiator and Cooling System Repair


REMOVE

WARNING
DO NOT remove the radiator cap while it is hot. Hot
coolant and steam can cause burns. Make sure the
label is on the radiator cap. See Figure 17.

1. Use the drain valve and drain the coolant from the
radiator. Remove the bottom radiator hose and
drain the coolant from the engine. See Figure 13
and Figure 14.

2. Remove the capscrews that fasten the fan to the


hub. Remove the capscrews that hold the fan
shroud to the radiator. Remove both the fan and
the fan shroud.

3. Disconnect the top coolant hose at the radiator.


Disconnect the lines to the oil cooler in the side of
the radiator. Put caps on the open lines and ports.
Remove the capscrews that hold the radiator to the
frame. Remove the radiator.

INSTALL
1. RADIATOR
1. Install the radiator. See Figure 13 and Figure 14. 2. RADIATOR CAP
3. AUXILIARY COOLANT RESERVOIR
Install the fan and fan shroud in position on the radi- 4. SHROUD
ator. Install the capscrews that hold the fan shroud. 5. DRAIN VALVE
Install the capscrews that fasten the fan to the hub.
Tighten the capscrews to 26 N•m (19 lbf ft). Figure 13. Cooling System (Older)

2. Connect the upper coolant hoses at the radiator.


Connect the lines for transmission oil to the oil
cooler in the radiator.

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100 YRM 505 Radiator and Cooling System Repair

A. MAZDA FE AND F2 ENGINES


1. RADIATOR 4. SHROUD
2. RADIATOR CAP 5. DRAIN VALVE
3. AUXILIARY COOLANT RESERVOIR

Figure 14. Cooling System (Newer)

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Operator Restraint System Repair 100 YRM 505

Operator Restraint System Repair


The seat belt, hip restraint, seat and mount, hood, and assembly and retracts smoothly. The seat belt must be
latch are all part of the operator restraint system. Each in good condition. A seat belt that is damaged or worn
item must be checked to make sure it is fastened cor- will not give protection when it is needed.
rectly, functions correctly, and is in good condition. See
Figure 15. Adjust the hood, hood latch, and latch striker when any
of the parts of the operator restraint system are installed
The end of the seat belt must fasten correctly in the or replaced. See Hood and Side Covers Repair for the
latch. Make sure the seat belt pulls from the retractor adjustment procedures.

1. HOOD LATCH 6. SEAT BELT


2. LATCH HOOK 7. UPPER HOOD PANEL
3. PUSH KNOB 8. HINGE
4. SEAT 9. TORSION SPRING
5. HIP RESTRAINT

Figure 15. Hood and Seat Check

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100 YRM 505 Engine Repair

Engine Repair
REMOVE ENGINE ONLY WARNING
The engine is heavy. Make sure that any lifting de-
WARNING vice has enough capacity to lift the engine. The en-
The lift truck must be put on blocks for some types gine can weigh approximately 340 kg (750 lb).
of maintenance and repair. The removal of the
following assemblies will cause large changes in 6. Remove the nuts and bolts from the engine mounts.
the center of gravity: mast, drive axle, engine and Use the lifting device to carefully move the engine
transmission, and counterweight. When the lift away from the torque converter. Make sure all
truck is put on blocks, put additional blocks in the hoses, wires, and cables are disconnected from
following positions to maintain stability: the engine, then lift the engine from the frame.
• Before removing the mast and drive axle, put
blocks under the counterweight so the lift truck REMOVE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION
cannot fall backward.
The engine can be removed with or without the trans-
• Before removing the counterweight, put blocks
mission. Follow this procedure to remove the engine
under the mast assembly so the lift truck cannot
with the transmission.
fall forward.
1. Remove the mast. See the section Mast, Repairs
The surface must be solid, even, and level when the
4000 YRM 522. Put the lift truck on blocks so you
lift truck is put on blocks. Make sure that any blocks
have access under the lift truck. See the section
used to support the lift truck are solid, one-piece
Periodic Maintenance 8000 YRM 707.
units. See the Operating Manual or the Periodic
Maintenance section for your lift truck. 2. Perform Step 1 through Step 3 from Remove En-
gine Only.
The engine can be removed with or without the trans-
mission. Follow this procedure to remove the engine 3. Remove the crossmember for the brake and throttle
without the transmission. pedals.

WARNING 4. Remove the hydraulic hose between the pump and


the tank. Put a cap on the tank fitting. Remove the
Always disconnect the cables at the battery before
hydraulic filter and hoses. Remove the supply line
you make repairs to the engine. Disconnect the ca-
to the main control valve.
ble at the negative terminal first.
5. Drain the oil from the axle housing. Remove the
1. Remove the floor plates. Remove the hood and
capscrews that hold the axle shafts to the hubs. Re-
side covers. Remove the crossmember that is the
move the axle shafts. Disconnect the brake lines
hood mount. Remove the air filter and battery. Re-
and parking brake cables. Remove the capscrews
move the radiator.
that hold the transmission housing to the axle hous-
2. Disconnect the throttle linkage. Disconnect the ex- ing.
haust system.
WARNING
3. Disconnect the wires and wiring harnesses at the
engine. Disconnect the fuel lines at the engine. The engine and transmission are heavy. Make sure
that any lifting device has enough capacity to lift
4. Connect a lifting device to the engine. Put a block the weight. The engine and transmission can weigh
under the transmission housing as a support. approximately 680 kg (1500 lb).

5. Remove the capscrews that hold the torque con- 6. Connect a lifting device to the engine and transmis-
verter housing to the flywheel housing. Remove sion. Make sure the engine and transmission as-
the capscrews that hold the drive plate to the torque sembly can be raised at an angle so they will clear
converter. the frame. Remove the nuts and bolts from the en-
gine mounts. Use the lifting device to carefully lift
the engine and transmission from the frame.

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Engine Repair 100 YRM 505

INSTALL ENGINE ONLY


The engine can be installed with or without the transmis-
sion. Follow this procedure to install the engine without
the transmission.

WARNING
The engine is heavy. Make sure that any lifting de-
vice has enough capacity to lift the engine. The en-
gine can weigh approximately 340 kg (750 lb).

1. Make sure the torque converter is installed in


the transmission and the drive plate is on the
flywheel. Connect a lifting device to the engine.
Lift the engine into the frame. Carefully align the
drive plate with the transmission. See the section
Single-Speed Powershift Transmission, Trou-
bleshooting and Repair 1300 YRM 501. Make
sure the pilot on the torque converter is in the hole
in the flywheel. Install the capscrews that hold the
torque converter housing to the flywheel housing.
Install the capscrews that hold the drive plate to
the torque converter.

2. Install the nuts and bolts for the engine mounts. In-
stall the parts of the mounts as shown in Figure 16.
Use a maximum of three spacers to bring the en-
gine mounts within 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) of a vertical
position. Tighten the nuts to 66 N•m (49 lbf ft).

3. Install the radiator and connect the coolant hoses


and the lines to the transmission.

4. Install the crossmember that is the hood mount.


Connect the wires and wiring harnesses at the en-
gine. Connect the fuel lines at the engine.

5. Connect the throttle linkage. Connect the exhaust


system. Install the air filter assembly.

6. Install the battery. Install the side covers and the 1. BOLT 6. RUBBER MOUNT
2. ENGINE MOUNT 7. TUBE SPACER
hood. 3. FLAT WASHER 8. BUMPER
4. SPACER 9. LOCKWASHER
7. Check all fluid levels as described in Periodic 5. CUP 10. NUT
Maintenance 8000 YRM 707.
Figure 16. Engine Mounts

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100 YRM 505 Fuel and Hydraulic Tanks Repair

INSTALL ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION first. This hole is on the side of the transmission
with the dipstick, near the top. Install the remain-
The engine can be installed with or without the trans- ing capscrews. Tighten the capscrews to 38 N•m
mission. Follow this procedure to install the engine with (28 lbf ft).
the transmission.
3. Install the nuts and bolts for the engine mounts. In-
1. Put the lift truck on blocks so you have access un- stall the parts of the mounts as shown in Figure 16.
der the lift truck. See the section Periodic Mainte- Use a maximum of three spacers (4) to bring the
nance 8000 YRM 707. engine mounts within 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) of a verti-
cal position. Tighten the nuts to 66 N•m (49 lbf ft).
WARNING
4. Install the hydraulic hose between the pump and
The engine and transmission are heavy. Make sure
the tank. Install the hydraulic filter and hoses. Con-
that any lifting device has enough capacity to lift
nect the supply line to the main control valve.
the weight. The engine and transmission can weigh
approximately 680 kg (1500 lb). 5. Install the crossmember for the brake and throttle
pedals.
2. Apply a gasket sealant to the flange of the axle
housing. Connect a lifting device to the engine and 6. Perform Step 3 through Step 7 from Install Engine
transmission. Lift the engine and transmission into Only.
the frame. Connect the transmission housing to the
axle housing. Install a capscrew in the "tight fit" hole

Fuel and Hydraulic Tanks Repair


INSPECT by leakage. Areas of the tank that are not easily seen
can be checked with an inspection mirror and a light that
WARNING is approved for locations with flammable vapors.
Special procedures must be followed when large
leaks or other repairs need welding or cutting. All
SMALL LEAKS, REPAIR
work must be done by authorized personnel. If the Use the following procedure to repair small leaks:
tank is cleaned inside a building, make sure there is
enough ventilation. See the following manuals for 1. Use steam to clean the area around the leak. Re-
additional information: move all paint and dirt around the leak.
• Safe Practices for Welding and Cutting Contain-
ers That Have Held Combustibles by the Ameri- 2. Apply Loctite® 290 to the leak. Follow the instruc-
can Welding Society, F4.1 - 1999. tions of the manufacturer.
• Safety in Welding and Cutting, American National
Standard, AWS Z 49.1 - 1999. LARGE LEAKS, REPAIR
1. Use one of the procedures described under Clean
WARNING to clean and prepare the tank for repairs.
Do not use tools that can make sparks, heat, or
static electricity. The vapors in the tank can cause 2. Contact your dealer for Yale lift trucks for welding
an explosion. instructions.

Make a visual inspection of all sides of the tank. Inspect 3. Use acceptable welding practices to repair the
the welds for cracks and leakage. Check for wet areas, tank. See the American National Standard Safety
accumulation of dirt, and loose or missing paint caused in Welding and Cutting, AWS Z 49.1 - 1999.

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Fuel and Hydraulic Tanks Repair 100 YRM 505

CLEAN Chemical Solution Method of Cleaning

WARNING WARNING
When cleaning the tank, do not use solutions that When cleaning the tank, do not use solutions that
make dangerous gases at normal temperatures or make dangerous gases at normal temperatures or
when heated. Wear eye and face protection. Protect when heated. Wear eye and face protection. Protect
the body from burns. the body from burns.
When cleaning with steam, use a hose with a minimum If the tank cannot be cleaned with steam, use the fol-
diameter of 19 mm (0.75 in.). Control the pressure of lowing procedure:
the steam by a valve installed at the nozzle of the hose.
If a metal nozzle is used, it must be made of a material 1. Mix a solution of water and trisodium phosphate or
that does not make sparks. Make an electrical connec- a cleaning compound with an alkaline base. Follow
tion between the nozzle and the tank. Connect a ground the instructions given by the manufacturer.
wire to the tank to prevent static electricity.
2. Fill the tank with the cleaning solution. Use com-
Steam Method of Cleaning pressed air to mix the solution in the tank.

Use the following procedure to clean the tank with 3. Drain the tank. Flush the inside of the tank with
steam: hot (boiling) water. Make sure all the cleaning com-
pound is removed.
1. Remove all the parts from the tank. Install the drain
plug. 4. Make an inspection of the inside of the tank. If the
tank is not clean, repeat Step 1 through Step 3.
2. Fill the tank 1/4 full with a solution of water and Make another inspection of the tank. When mak-
sodium bicarbonate or sodium carbonate. Mix ing inspections, use a light that is approved for lo-
0.5 kg (1 lb) per 4 liter (1 gal) of water. cations with flammable vapors.

3. Mix the solution in the tank using air pressure. 5. Check the tank for flammable vapors using special
Make sure all the surfaces on the inside of the tank indicator for gas vapors. If the amount of flammable
are flushed with the solution. Drain the tank. vapors is not below the lower flammable limit, re-
peat the cleaning procedures.
4. Put steam into the tank until the tank does not have
odors and the metal is hot. Steam vapors must ADDITIONAL PREPARATIONS FOR
come from all the openings. REPAIR
5. Flush the inside of the tank with boiling water. Make If nitrogen gas or carbon dioxide gas is available, pre-
sure all the loose material is removed from the in- pare the tank for welding using these gases. See the
side of the tank. manual Safe Practices for Welding and Cutting Con-
6. Make an inspection of the inside of the tank. If it tainers That Have Held Combustibles by the American
is not clean, repeat Step 4 and Step 5 and make Welding Society, F4.1 - 1999. If these gases are not
another inspection. When making inspections, use available, another method using water can be used as
a light that is approved for locations with flammable follows:
vapors. 1. Fill the tank with water to just below the point where
7. Put plugs in all the openings in the tank. Wait the work will be done. Make sure the space above
15 minutes, then remove the inlet and outlet plugs. the level of the water has a vent.
Test a sample of the vapor with a special indicator 2. Use acceptable welding practices to repair the
for gas vapors. If the amount of flammable vapors is tank. See the American National Standard Safety
above the lower flammable limit, repeat the clean- in Welding and Cutting, AWS Z 49.1 - 1999.
ing procedures.

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100 YRM 505 Safety Labels

Safety Labels
If a new label must be installed, use the following pro-
WARNING cedure to install a new label (Figure 17):
Safety labels are installed on the lift truck to give
information about operation and possible hazards. 1. Make sure the surface is dry and has no oil or
It is important that all safety labels are installed on grease. Do not use solvent on new paint. Clean
the lift truck and can be read. the surface of old paint with a cleaning solvent.

DO NOT add to or modify the lift truck. Any change 2. Remove the paper from the back of the label. Do
to the lift truck, the tires, or its equipment can not touch the adhesive surface.
change the lifting capacity. The lift truck must be
rated as equipped, and the nameplate must show 3. Carefully hold the label in the correct position above
the new capacity rating. Contact your dealer for a the surface. The label cannot be moved after it
new nameplate. touches the surface. Put the label on the surface.
Make sure that all air is removed from under the
label and the corners and edges are tight.
WARNING
Cleaning solvents can be flammable and toxic and
can cause skin irritation. When using cleaning sol-
vents, always follow the recommendations of the
manufacturer.

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Safety Labels 100 YRM 505

Figure 17. Safety Label Positions

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