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® © 2010 Caterpillar All Rights Reserved ® BEFORE OPERATION Operation and Maintenance Manual Excerpt SEBU7581-09 March 2010 Operation and Maintenance Manual 938G Series II Wheel Loader and IT38G Series II Integrated Toolcarrier CRD1-Up (938G) RTB1-Up (938G) PHN1-Up (938G) B9Y1-Up (938G) CSX1-Up (IT38G) JAN1-Up (IT38G II) SAFETY.CAT.COM SEBU7581-09 41 Operation Section Before Operation Operation Section Before Operation i02189821 Mounting and Dismounting SMCS Code: 7
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   ® © 2010 CaterpillarAll Rights Reserved ® BEFORE OPERATION Operation and Maintenance Manual Excerpt  SEBU7581-09March 2010 Operation andMaintenanceManual 938G Series  II  Wheel Loader andIT38G Series  II  Integrated Toolcarrier  CRD1-Up (938G)RTB1-Up (938G)PHN1-Up (938G)B9Y1-Up (938G)CSX1-Up (IT38G)JAN1-Up (IT38G II)SAFETY.CAT.COM  SEBU7581-09 41Operation SectionBefore Operation Operation SectionBefore Operation i02189821 Mounting and Dismounting SMCS Code:  7000 g00037860 Illustration 34Typical example Mount the machine and dismount the machine onlyat locations that have steps and/or handholds. Beforeyou mount the machine, clean the steps and thehandholds. Inspect the steps and handholds. Makeall necessary repairs.Face the machine whenever you get on the machineand whenever you get off the machine.Maintain a three-point contact with the steps and withthe handholds. Note:  Three-point contact can be two feet and onehand. Three-point contact can also be one foot andtwo hands.Do not mount a moving machine. Do not dismount amoving machine. Never jump off the machine. Donot carry tools or supplies when you try to mount themachine or when you try to dismount the machine.Use a hand line to pull equipment onto the platform.Do not use any controls as handholds when youenter the operator compartment or when you exit theoperator compartment. Alternate Exit Machines that are equipped with cabs have alternateexits. For additional information, see Operation andMaintenance Manual, “Alternate Exit”. i02235794 Daily Inspection SMCS Code:  1000; 7000For a maximum service life of the machine, completea thorough walk-around inspection before you mountthe machine and before you start the engine.Inspect the area around the machine and under themachine. Look for loose bolts, trash buildup, oil,coolant leakage, broken parts, or worn parts. Note:  Watch closely for leaks. If you observe a leak, fi nd the source of the leak and correct the leak. If yoususpect a leak or you observe a leak, check the  fl uidlevels more frequently.Inspect the condition of the equipment and of thehydraulic components.Check the condition of the tires. Adjust the in fl ationpressure, if necessary.Check all of the oil levels, all of the coolant levels,and all of the fuel levels.Remove any trash buildup and debris. Make allnecessary repairs before you operate the machine.Make sure that all covers and guards are securelyattached. Adjust the mirrors for the correct rear view of themachine.Grease all of the  fi ttings that need to be serviced ona daily basis.Daily, perform the procedures that are applicable toyour machine: ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Backup Alarm - Test” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “BucketCutting Edges - Inspect/Replace” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Bucket Tips- Inspect/Replace” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “CoolingSystem Level - Check” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Engine Air Filter Service Indicator - Inspect” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Engine OilLevel - Check”  42 SEBU7581-09Operation SectionBefore Operation ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Fuel SystemPrimary Filter (Water Separator) - Drain” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “HydraulicSystem Oil Level - Check” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “QuickCoupler - Check” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Seat Belt -Inspect” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “TransmissionOil Level - Check” ã  Operation and Maintenance Manual, “Windows -Clean” i01321057 Steering Frame Lock SMCS Code:  7506 Noclear anceforpersoninthisareawhenmachineturns. Severe injury or death from crushing couldoccur. g00699025 Illustration 35 The steering frame lock is located at the articulation joint on the left side of the machine. g00289727 Illustration 36 To connect the steering frame lock, move steeringframe lock (3) to the front frame and install pin (2).Secure the pin with locking pin (1). g00289729 Illustration 37 To separate the steering frame lock, move steeringframe lock (3) to the rear frame and install pin (2).Secure the pin with locking pin (1).
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