HYDRAULIC SYSTEM TESTS, INSPECTIONS, AND ADJUSTMENTS - CONTINUED
RELIEF VALVE (LINE) TEST AND ADJUSTMENT - CONTINUED
Line Relief Valves Adjustment - Continued
Repeat testing of line relief valves. Refer to Testing Line Relief Valves (Tilt) and Testing Line Relief Valves (Auxiliary) in
this work package.
If necessary, repeat steps 5 thru 7.
Install implement cover (WP 0218 00).
Start and run engine at low idle (TM 5-3805-291-10).
Remove work tool from jack stands and position work tool on ground (TM 5-3805-291-10).
Stop engine (TM 5-3805-291-10).
RIDE CONTROL PRESSURE EQUALIZATION TIME ADJUSTMENT
N OT E
When ride control system is activated and pressu e between ride control accumulator and lift cyl-
inders is not equal, lift arms will raise or drop depending on load.
Pressure equalization time for ride control is transition between OFF and ON. This transition is
time required to equalize pressure between ride control accumulator and lift cylinders.
Ride control system changes fromOFF to ON more quickly when lower value is entered. Like-
wise, transition of ride control system from OFF to ON is slower when higher value is entered.
For example, setting time to greater value will result in more time to balance ride control accumu-
lator with lift cylinders. Now, more time is required for ride control system to go from OFF to ON
after switch is placed in ON position. Ride control system requires more time to equalize when
hydraulic oil is cold.
Factory setting of pressure equalization time is 3 seconds. Range of 1 to 5 seconds is recom-