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2559775 TUBE AS Caterpillar parts TUBE
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2559775
Caterpillar 2559775 TUBE AS

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Electronic Monitoring System (EMS)
The Electronic Monitoring System (EMS) panel consists of: 1. Fault Alarm2. Master Fault Light3. Monitoring Panel Light Emitting Diodes (LED) fault lights.The system is designed to alert the operator of an immediate or impending problem.EMS Functional Test
To ensure the proper operation of the EMS panel, a check should be made daily: Disconnect Key (1.) - Insert the key and turn the key switch to ON. The engine oil pressure and alternator fault lights will come on. The master fault light will flash. EMS Test Switch (2.) - Move the test switch to the left. All monitoring panel fault lights should come ON. The master fault light should FLASH. Release the switch, and the lights will go off. If these lights do not come on, have the repairs made before attempting to start the machine.To test the fault alarm with the test switch, start the engine. Move the test switch to the left.The fault alarm should sound. Repair the alarm if necessary, before operating.EMS Functions
The EMS has two different functions that the operator should perform when different lights come on.EMS Function One
Alternator - When the light comes ON, the machine can continue to operate. However, if the electrical accessories are used, the batteries will DISCHARGE rapidly.Repair as soon as possible, or the batteries might not start the engine if the engine stops.EMS Function Two
When any of the following monitoring panel lights come on, move the machine to a non-hazardous area immediately and stop the engine unless stated otherwise. The fault light and fault alarm should also come on.Have the necessary repairs made before starting again. Engine Coolant (1.) - When this light comes on, remove the load and move to a non-hazardous area. Reduce the rpm and stop the machine. If the light does not go off after a few minutes, stop the engine. This indicates an engine coolant problem such as coolant flow, leaks, plugged cores, broken belt, etc. Engine Oil Pressure (2.) - Stop the engine when this light comes on. This indicates an oil pump failure, loss of oil, low oil. Implement Fluid Temperature (3.) - When this light comes on, remove the load and move to a non-hazardous area. Reduce the rpm and stop the machine. If the light does not go off after a few minutes, stop the engine. This indicates that the hydraulic implement fluid temperature is too high. Transmission Fluid Temperature (4.) - When this light comes on, remove the load and move to a non-hazardous area. Reduce the rpm and stop the machine. If the light does not go off after a few minutes, stop the engine. This indicates the transmission oil temperature is too HIGH. Transmission Fluid Leak (5.) - Stop the engine when this light comes on. This indicates a drive line leak, hoses, seals, etc., not visible from the outside of the machine.Gauges (If Equipped)
The farther clockwise the pointer in the gauge goes, the higher the pressure or temperature. A change in operation could return


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