STOPPING THE ENGINE Stop the engine following the steps below. OPERATING THE ENGINE 1. Before stopping the engine, lower the bucket and blade to the ground unless specified. 2. Return the engine control dial or the engine control lever to the slow idle position and keep the engine running at slow idle speed for 5 minutes. 3. Turn key switch (2) OFF to stop the engine. 4. Pull up pilot control shut-off lever (1) to the LOCK position. 3-6 1 2 M588-01-012 M1M0-03-001
TRAVEL LEVERS AND PEDALS DRIVING THE MACHINE Travel operation can be performed with either the levers or pedals. WARNING: In the standard traveling position, the front idlers are located in front of the operator’s seat and the travel motors at the rear. If the travel motors are positioned at the front of the machine, when the travel levers or pedals are operated in the direction as illustrated on the operation decals, the travel direction of the machine will be reversed. Be sure to confirm the position of the travel motors before traveling. NOTE: Travel lever dampers are provided for smooth control. In extremely cold weather (lower than -20° C), the travel lever (or pedal) will become heavy to operate. This is caused by increase in oil viscosity which is not abnormal. • Forward/Reverse Travel Move both levers (or pedals) forward together to travel forward. Pull the levers (or pedals) back together to travel in reverse. The travel speed can be controlled by adjusting the lever (or pedal) operating stroke. • Ascending/Descending Slopes The machine gradeability is 30° (58%). Slowly operate the travel levers (or pedals) when descending a slope. When the travel levers are placed in neutral, the travel brakes are automatically applied to stop the machine. NOTE: The travel pedal on this machine is a folding type. When traveling the machine using the travel pedals, unfold the pedals. 4-1 Operator’s Seat Left Front Rear Blade Right Forward/Reverse Travel Direction Travel Motor M571-01-001 M1LA-04-001 M1M7-04-011 M104-04-003 M1M7-04-010
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