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4Z8642 PLATE Caterpillar parts PLATE
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CA4Z8642
4Z-8642
4Z8642
Caterpillar 4Z8642 PLATE
Weight: 41 pounds 18 kg.

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Machine Operation Information
Follow these basic instructions whenever you are operating the machine:
To prevent injury, make sure that no one is working on the machine or near the machine. Always maintain control of the machine.
Raise the bucket or the work tool enough to negotiate any obstacles.
Before you disengage the parking brake, depress the service brake pedal in order to keep the machine from moving.
Reduce the engine speed when you maneuver in tight quarters and when you are going over a hill.
When you drive downhill, use the same gear range that is used for driving uphill. Do not change gears while you travel downhill.
Do not allow the engine to overspeed while you travel downhill. Apply the service brake in order to reduce the engine speed.
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Frequently observe messages, warnings, alert indicators, and gauges (1). All gauges should be at normal operating range. The alert indicators, the action lamp, and the action alarm should be off.
Adjust the operators seat.
Fasten the seat belt.
Raise the bucket approximately 400 mm (15 inch) above the ground.
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Depress service brake pedal (3) .
Move parking brake control (2) to the OFF position to disengage the parking brake.
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Move steering and transmission lock lever (7) to the UNLOCKED position. Move transmission direction control switch (6) to the desired travel direction. Push transmission upshift switch (5) to select the desired speed.
Release service brake pedal (3) .
Depress throttle pedal (4) to the desired engine and machine speed.Interlock Strategy
When operating the machine with the parking brake released, perform one of the following actions within 3 seconds or the parking brake will engage, the transmission will select neutral, the implement and steering functions will neutralize and the engine will stop.
Apply the service brake
Maintain engine speed above 850 rpm
Maintain ground speed above 5 km/h (3.1 mph)When the machine is stopped, perform one of the following actions within 3 seconds or the parking brake will engage, the transmission will select neutral, the implement and steering functions will neutralize and the engine will stop.
Apply the service brake
Maintain engine speed above 850 rpm
Engage the parking brakeNote: The interlock function engine stop can be configured using Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET) service tool. The engine will stop when ENABLED. The engine will not stop when DISABLED.Also, to operate the steering and implement functions with the parking brake engaged, perform the following action.
Maintain engine speed above 1500 rpm.Downhill Operation
Maintain a ground speed that is slow enough for the conditions. Before you operate the machine down a hill, move the toque converter lockup clutch switch to the OFF position and select the proper gear before you start down the grade. The proper gear should allow the machine to maintain the appropriate speed on the down grade. The throttle control should be at high idle and the engine should not overspeed. In most situations, the proper gear will be the same gear that is required to drive up the grade.Maintain the engine speed below 2150 rpm. If the machine builds up excessive speed, the engine can overspeed. Engine overspeed can result


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