Radiator, Hydraulic Oil Cooler
& Hydraulic Oil Tank
Remove & Install Radiator, Hydraulic
Oil Cooler & Hydraulic Oil Tank
1353,1374 & 5056-01
Open the engine enclosure.
Move the disconnect switch to the OFF position.
At operating temperature, the engine coolant is hot and
under pressure. Steam can cause personal injury. Check
the coolant level only after the engine has been stopped
and the fill cap is cool enough to touch with your bare
hand. Remove the fill cap from the radiator slowly to
relieve pressure. Cooling system conditioner contains
alkali. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes to prevent
Drain the radiator. The capacity of the cooling system is
30.0 liters (8 U.S. gallons).
At operating temperatures, the oil tank is hot and under
pressure. Hot oil can cause burns. Remove the fill plug
only when the engine is stopped and when the fill plug is
cool enough to touch with your bare hands.
Identify all hydraulic lines as they are removed for
reinstallation purposes. Cap and plug all lines
and fittings to prevent any contaminants from
entering the system.
Release the pressure in the hydraulic system by slowly
loosening the fill cap located on the top of the hydraulic
Drain the hydraulic oil from the hydraulic oil tank. The
capacity of the hydraulic oil tank is 80 liters (21.1 U.S.
Use steps 6 through 13 only if the machine is
equipped with air conditioning.
Loosen the damp, and remove coolant hose (4) from the
top of the hydraulic oil tank frame.
Remove rivet (1) and hose (6) from seal (7).
Remove two clamps (5) from hose (3).
Remove the two bolts that hold air dryer (2) to the
hydraulic oil tank. Move the air dryer out of the way.
Disconnect hose (8) from the top of the radiator and
move out of the way.
Remove clamp (11) from hose (6).
Remove bolt (13) from support bracket (12) and remove
hose (6). Install bolt (13) after removing hose (6).
Remove four bolts (9) from the radiator and move air
condenser (10) out of the way.