OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS - CONTINUED
SLAVE STARTING MACHINE
WARN I N G
When slave starting machine:
Use NATO slave cable that does NOT have loose or missing insulation.
DO NOT proceed if suitable cable is not available.
DO NOT use civilian-type jumper cables.
DO NOT allow "dead" and "live" machines to come in contact with each other at any time during slave
Failure to follow these warnings may cause injury or death to personnel.
CAU T I ON
Under no circumstances can machine be started by being towed or pushed. Failure to follow this caution
will damage transmission.
N OT E
If machine other than another 966H is used to slave start loader, refer to Operator's Manual for that
machine for any special slave starting procedures.
Ensure battery disconnect switch is in OFF position on "dead" and "live" machines.
Ensure transmission on "dead" machine is in N (NEUTRAL).
Engage hydraulic lockout control on "dead" machine.
N OT E
NATO slave receptacle is located near the battery on the left side of machine.
Remove cover and connect NATO slave cable to receptacle on "dead" machine.
Remove cover and connect other end of NATO slave cable to receptacle on "live" machine.
Place battery disconnect switch on "dead" machine to ON position.
Start engine of "live" machine and run at a speed just above idle.
Allow "live" machine to run for approximately 2 minutes to charge batteries on "dead" machine.
Start engine of "dead" machine (WP 0005 00). If engine on "dead" machine fails to start, notify Unit Maintenance.
Disconnect NATO slave cable from "live" machine, then from "dead" machine.