SLAVE STARTING THE LOADER CONTINUED
Under no circumstances can machine be started by being towed or pushed. Failure to
follow this caution will damage transmission.
If machine other than another H100C is used to slave start loader, refer to Operator's
Manual for that machine for any special slave starting procedures.
1. Ensure battery disconnect switch is in OFF position on "dead" and "live" machines.
2. Ensure transmission on "dead" machine is in N (NEUTRAL).
3. Engage hydraulic lockout control on "dead" machine.
NATO slave receptacle is located near the battery on the left side of loader.
4. Remove cover and connect NATO slave cable to receptacle on "dead" machine.
5. Remove cover and connect other end of NATO slave cable to receptacle on "live" machine.
6. Set battery disconnect switch on "dead" machine to ON position.
7. Start engine of "live" machine (WP 0005) and run at a speed just above idle.
8. Allow "live" machine to run for approximately 2 minutes to charge batteries on "dead" machine.
9. Start engine of "dead" machine (WP 0005). If engine on "dead" machine fails to start, notify Field Maintenance.
10. Disconnect NATO slave cable from "live" machine, then from "dead" machine.
11. Install covers.
END OF TASK
OPERATION IN EXTREME COLD
Refer to FM 9-207, Operation and Maintenance of Ordnance Materiel in Cold Weather,
FM 31-70, Basic Cold Weather Manual, and FM 31-71, Northern Operations, for additional
information on cold weather operation and maintenance.
1. General. Extreme cold causes many problems:
b. Batteries may freeze or lose their electrical efficiency.
Electrical insulation may crack and cause short circuits.
e. Various materials become hard, brittle, and easily damaged.
Cooling system requires adequate protection from extreme cold.
g. Fuels, lubricants, and antifreeze compounds require special storage, handling, and use.