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FILM GP 2559880 - Caterpillar

2559880 FILM GP Caterpillar parts FILM
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Walk-Around Inspection
Hot oil and components can cause personal injury. Do not allow hot oil or components to contact skin.At operating temperature, the engine coolant is hot and under pressure.Steam can cause personal injury.Check the coolant level only after the engine has been stopped and the fill cap is cool enough to touch with your bare hand.Remove the fill cap slowly to relieve pressure.Cooling system conditioner contains alkali. Avoid contact with the skin and eyes to prevent personal injury.
For your own safety and maximum service life of the machine, make a thorough walk-around inspection before mounting the machine to start the engine.Look around and under the machine for such items as loose bolts, trash build-up, oil or coolant leaks, broken or worn parts. Inspect the condition of the implements and the hydraulic components. 1. Inspect the implements for damage or excessive wear. Repair if damaged. 2. Inspect implement cylinders, lines, and linkage for damage or excessive wear. Repair if damaged.3. Inspect and replace lights, broken bulbs and lenses. 4. Remove trash build-up in and around the engine and under the floorplate. Also remove any dirt build-up on top of the crankcase guard.5. Inspect and repair any cooling system leaks. Check the hoses, radiator fins, radiator cap and the drain area. 6. Inspect the engine precleaner screen for dirt build-up. Remove any dirt or debris. When the engine filter element indicator enters the red zone, see "Air Intake System" in the "When Required" section of this guide.7. Inspect and repair any engine compartment leaks. Check around all seals and covers.8. Inspect steps and handholds for condition and cleanliness. Repair or clean if necessary. Inspect the Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) for damage. See your Caterpillar dealer for repairs if necessary. 9. Inspect and repair any hydraulic system leaks. Inspect hoses, seals and around flanges.10. Inspect and repair any final drive leaks. 11. Be sure covers and guards are firmly in place. Inspect for damage or for loose and missing bolts.12. Inspect and repair any transmission leaks. Check around the seals and covers. Also, check the hoses around the transmission.13. Inspect and repair damaged and excessively worn tracks. Tighten any loose bolts and replace any that are missing. 14. Inspect cab for cleanliness and remove all trash and dirt build-up.15. Inspect and repair the instrument panel when broken gauges and lights are found. 16. Inspect the seat belt and mounting for excessive wear and damage. Replace if damaged. 17. Make sure the horn, back-up alarm, lights, guards, shield, etc., are in proper working order.Contact your Caterpillar dealer for service or replacement instructions.Pre-Start Checks
All implements to be level and on ground during pre-start checks. 1. Maintain the engine oil level between the ADD and the FULL marks on the dipstick. 2. Check the hydraulic oil level. Maintain the hydraulic implement oil level between the ADD and the FULL marks in the sight gauge. 3. Maintain the transmission and bevel gear oil level between the ADD and the FULL marks on the dipstick. 4.

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