OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
General Warnings, Safety Bar and Pins, Loader Precautions, Starting the Engine, Driving the Loader,
Loading Mechanism Operation, Stopping the Loader, Parking the Loader, Stopping the Engine,
Operating Techniques, Access Panel Removal and Installation, Fan Guard Removal and Installation
Before starting or operating the loader, follow all the warnings listed below. Failure to follow these warnings may
result in injury or death to personnel and damage to equipment.
Never operate the engine at more than the regular governed speed shown on the serial
number plate. Excessive speeds are harmful and dangerous.
Use caution in removing radiator cap when the engine is hot.
Never refuel while the engine is running.
Do not smoke while refueling.
PROVIDE PROPER VENTILATION WHEN OPERATING A LOADER IN A CLOSED
ONLY ONE PERSON, THE OPERATOR, SHOULD BE PERMITTED TO RIDE ON THE
LOADER WHEN IT IS IN OPERATION.
Use appropriate cleaning solution for cleaning parts unless otherwise specified.
Never operate the engine when cleaning or lubricating the loader.
When it is required to make any checks with the engine running, always use two men; one
man must be in the operator's seat while the other does the checking. As an added
precaution, when making checks with the engine running, place the transmission
directional lever in the neutral (N) position, apply the parking brake, and install safety bar
CLEAR IMMEDIATE AREA OF PERSONNEL OR OBSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING
BEFORE DRIVING LOADER FASTEN SEAT BELT.
AFTER STARTING ENGINE BUT BEFORE MOVING THE LOADER, WARN NEARBY
PERSONNEL WITH THE HORN.
When leaving the loader unattended, always place the transmission directional lever in
neutral (N) position and apply the parking brake.