If necessary, remove shuttle valve (4) and charge relief
valve (5) from vibratory flushing valve (1). Check the O-
ring seals and back-up rings on the shuttle valve for
wear or damage and replace if necessary. Check the
O-ring seals on the charge relief valve for wear or
damage and replace if necessary.
NOTE: When installing shuttle valve (4) in vibratory
flushing valve (1), tighten the shuttle valve to a
torque of 90 N· m (65 lb-ft). When installing
charge relief valve (5) in the vibratory flushing
valve, tighten the charge relief valve to a torque of
60 N· m (45 lb-ft).
NOTE: For installation of the vibratory flushing valve,
reverse the removal steps.
NOTE: After the vibratory flushing valve has been
installed, fill the hydraulic oil tank to the correct
level. See the Operation & Maintenance Manual
for the correct filling procedure.
NOTE: After installing the vibratory flushing valve and
filling the hydraulic oil tank, perform the
Vibratory Pump Charge Relief Valve Pressure
Test. Refer to the topic in CP-433C & CS-433C
Vibratory System Systems Operation & Testing
Hydraulic Oil Tank
Remove & Install Hydraulic Oil Tank 5056-010
tilt operators platform
At operating temperature, the hydraulic oil tank is hot and
under pressure. Hot oil can cause burns Remove the fill
cap on the hydraulic oil tank only when the engine is
stopped, and the fill cap is coo enough to touch with your
Drain the hydraulic oil from the hydraulic oil tank into a
suitable container. The capacity of the hydraulic oil tank
is 72 liters (19 U.S. gal).
Remove two bolts (2), and move vibratory flushing valve
(1) away from the hydraulic oil tank.