STEERING FRAME LOCK CONNECTION AND DISCONNECTION
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General Information, Connection, Disconnection
Tools and Special Tools
MOS 21E, Heavy Construction Equipment Opera-
WARN I N G
Stand clear of frame articulation area when machine is operating. There is no clearance for per-
sonnel in this area when machine turns. Crushing could occur, resulting in injury or death to per-
DO NOT operate machine with steering frame lock connected. Steering frame lock must be dis-
connected and securely stowed. If not properly stowed, loss of steering control could result. Fail-
ure to follow this warning may result in injury or death to personnel.
Connect steering frame lock between front and rear frames before lifting, transporting, or servic-
ing machine in frame articulation area. Disconnect steering frame lock and secure in stowed posi-
tion before resuming operation. Failure to follow this warning may result in injury or death to
The 924G Wheel Loader has a front frame section and a rear frame section with center-point frame articulation.
Clearances in frame articulation area can be greatly reduced as machine turns.
To stop all articulation when machine is being serviced, lifted, or transported, a steering frame lock (located on left side
of machine) is connected between front and rear frame sections.
To allow full steering during operation, the steering frame lock is disconnected from front frame section and stowed on
rear frame section.