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LINES GP-DRAIN 2559643 - Caterpillar

2559643 LINES GP-DRAIN Caterpillar parts LINES
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Lubrication, maintenance or repair of this machine can be dangerous unless performed properly. Each person must satisfy himself that he has the necessary skill and information, proper tools and equipment, and that his work method is safe and correct. Caterpillar dealers are available to provide this service.Perform all maintenance operations, unless otherwise specified, with all equipment lowered, transmission control lever in PARK, with the transmission parking brake lock lever applied, and the engine stopped with the electrical disconnect key removed.
There are certain hazards which must be recognized as potential causes of personal injury. Be aware of these hazards and follow the recommendations which are listed below.Crushing or Cutting
Never attempt adjustments while machine is moving or engine is running.Any implement can fall if a control is moved, or a hydraulic line breaks.Where there are ripper or bucket linkages, the clearance in the linkage will increase or decrease with movement of the ripper or bucket.Support equipment when working beneath it. Do not depend on hydraulic cylinders to hold it up.To avoid possible weakening of the ROPS (Rollover Protective Structure), consult a Caterpillar dealer before altering the ROPS in any way. The protection offered by the ROPS will be impaired if it has been subjected to structural damage, or has been involved in an overturn incident.The fan blades will throw or cut any object or tool that falls or is pushed into them.Drive shaft and universal joints can catch loose clothing, wipe cloth, or hair.Do not use kinked or frayed cable, it is weakened. Wear gloves when handling cable.Chips can fly from steel object or hammer. Wear protective glasses when hammering on steel, drifts, punches or chisels. Never strike a punch, drift, or chisel that has a mushroomed end.Burns
Radiator and all lines to heaters or engine contain hot water or steam.Never remove the radiator cap when the coolant is hot. Check coolant level only when engine is stopped, and radiator cap is cool enough to touch with your hand.Allow cooling system components to cool before draining.Lubricants will be hot enough to cause serious burns after machine compartments are up to normal temperature. Allow compartments to cool before draining.The hydraulic system will be pressurized, by hot air in the top of the tank, when at operating temperature. Never remove the hydraulic tank cap when the oil is hot. Remove the hydraulic tank cap slowly to relieve tank pressure. Allow the tank to cool before draining.Fire or Explosion
Diesel fuel and all lubricants are flammable.Do not weld or flame cut on pipes or tubes that contain oil.Clean them thoroughly with nonflammable solvent before welding or flame cutting on them.Do not smoke when refueling, or when working in areas containing fuels.To avoid fires, clean up oil spills, and steam clean machine.Loose or damaged lines, tubes, and hoses, which leak, can cause fires.Do not bend or strike high pressure lines. Do not install bent or damaged lines, tubes, or hoses.Inspect all lines, tubes, and hoses, carefully. Tighten all connections to the recommended torque. Make sure that

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