Monitoring Systems Features
Engine Coolant Temperature (3) - The
light indicates overheating of the engine
coolant or a malfunction of the system.
If the light for the engine coolant temperature
illuminates and there is an audible alarm, stop the
machine in a convenient area. Investigate the cause of
the alarm. Do not operate the machine until the cause
of the alarm has been repaired.
Hydraulic Oil Temperature (4) - The light
will illuminate if the hydraulic oil in the
hydraulic tank is too hot.
If the light for the hydraulic temperature illuminates,
stop the machine. Move the throttle switch to low idle.
Allow the machine to idle for a few minutes. Resume
using the machine if the temperature returns to the
normal temperature. If the temperature remains above
normal, stop the machine. Investigate the cause of the
alarm. Do not operate the machine until the cause of
the alarm has been repaired.
Hydraulic Oil Pressure (5) - The light
indicates low hydraulic oil pressure.
If the light illuminates and an audible alarm sounds,
stop the machine. Check the indicators on the propel
filter and the vibratory filter. If necessary, change the
filters. Investigate the system for other problems if
changing the filters does not correct the problem. Do
not operate the machine until the problem has been