Table 1. Field PMCS for the H100C Loader - (Continued).
NOT FULLY MISSION
ITEM NO. INTERVAL
Semiannually Axle Oil Change
· When servicing this equipment, performing maintenance, or
disposing of materials such as engine/hydraulic oils, coolant,
and fuel, consult your unit/local hazardous waste disposal cen-
ter or safety office for local regulatory guidance.
· Engine/hydraulic oils, coolant, and fuel can be very slippery.
Immediately wipe up any spills.
· Axle oil may be hot. Use gloves.
· Failure to follow this warning may result in injury to personnel.
Both front and rear axles are checked in same manner.
a. Operate loader until normal
Class III oil leak is evident.
operating temperature is reached.
Park loader on level ground,
completely lower bucket, apply parking
brake, and shut down engine
b. Place a suitable container under
axle to catch oil.
c. Remove drain plug and filler and
level check plug.
d. After oil stops draining, install drain
e. Fill axle up to bottom of filler hole.
work package for grade and quantity
of fluid required.
f. Install filler plug.
g. Operate loader for a short period of
time so oil can work into gears
throughout axle and planetaries