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0877217 SLIDE A Caterpillar parts SLIDE
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Caterpillar 0877217 SLIDE A

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Stopping the engine immediately after it has been working under load can result in overheating and accelerated wear of engine components.Refer to the following procedure to allow the engine to cool and to prevent excessive temperatures in the turbocharger housing, which could cause oil coking problems.
Stopping the Engine from the Operator Station
Before you stop the engine, allow the engine to run at low idle with no load for 5 minutes.
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Push down parking brake switch (1) in order to apply the parking brake.
Be sure that all of the controls are in the OFF position.
Turn engine start switch (2) to the OFF position. Remove the key. Auxiliary Shutdown Knob
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Auxiliary Shutdown Knob - In the event of an emergency, push the knob downward in order to stop the engine and the machine.In order to release the auxiliary shutdown knob, pull the knob upward.Note: In order to propel the machine, the propel lever must be in the NEUTRAL position before you release the auxiliary shutdown knob.Secondary Auxiliary Shutdown Knob
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The secondary auxiliary shutdown knob is located on the circuit breaker box on the left side of the machine.
The secondary auxiliary shutdown knob is used to stop the engine in an emergency. Do not use the secondary auxiliary shutdown knob during normal operation. Engine damage may result.
Secondary Auxiliary Shutdown Knob - In the event of an emergency, push the knob downward in order to stop the engine and the machine.In order to release the auxiliary shutdown knob, pull the knob upward.Note: In order to propel the machine, the propel lever must be in the NEUTRAL position before you release the auxiliary shutdown knob.Delayed Engine Shutdown (If Enabled)
The Delayed Engine Shutdown allows the engine to run for a time after the engine start switch key is turned to the OFF position to cool the engine and system components. The engine start switch key may be removed.Note: The DEF purge process will run for 2 minutes once the engine is shut down and must complete. The purge process may occur during delayed engine shutdown. Do not turn off battery disconnect switch during the purge process. Do not turn off the battery power disconnect switch until the battery disconnect switch indicator lamp has turned off. If the purge process does not complete, a diagnostic code will become active.Note: There may be regulations that define the requirements for the operator and/or support personnel to be present when the engine is running.
Leaving the machine unattended when the engine is running may result in personal injury or death. Before leaving the machine operator station, neutralize the travel controls, lower the work tools to the ground and deactivate all work tools.
Note: Leaving the engine unattended while running may result in property damage in the event of a malfunction.Turn the engine start switch to the OFF position.
Delayed Engine Shutdown - The delayed engine shutdown indicator will illuminate or the following text will be displayed, ENGINE COOLDOWN ACTIVE.Delayed engine shutdown will run whenever the exhaust temperature is above a threshold


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