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2559836 SUPPORT AS Caterpillar parts SUPPORT
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Caterpillar 2559836 SUPPORT AS

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Test Operation - Adjust Belt
1. Start the engine and operate it at high idle. 2. Set the air conditioner control for maximum cold, and fan control on HIGH.3. Allow two minutes for the air conditioning system to stabilize. 4. Check for freon in the system as follows: Feel the suction line (1) and the discharge line (2).If the system contains freon, the discharge line will be warmer than the suction line.If the system does not contain, or is very low on freon, poor cooling will result.5. Turn off the engine to inspect the compressor belt. 6. Inspect the condition and the adjustment of the compressor belt. The belt should deflect 14 to 20 mm (9/16 to 13/16 inch) under 11.5 kg (25 lb.) force. 7. To adjust, loosen the compressor lock nut. 8. Turn the adjusting nuts until the correct belt tension is reached. Tighten the adjusting nuts to 150 20 N m (110 15 lb ft). 9. Tighten the compressor lock nut.10. Recheck the belt adjustment.11. Repeat steps 1 through 3.12. If poor cooling is experienced, turn off the air conditioner. Stop the engine. Contact your Caterpillar dealer for air conditioner system service, if necessary.Belts
Fan and Alternator Belts - Inspect Condition
Inspect the condition and the adjustment of the belts. Replace the belts in sets only if one or more are worn or damaged. 1. Inspect the adjustment. The belts should deflect 14 to 20 mm (9/16 to 13/16 inch) under 11.5 kg (25 lb) force. 2. Loosen the alternator mounting bolts. Loosen the adjusting locknut. 3. Turn the adjusting nut until the correct belt tension is reached. Tighten the adjusting locknut to 150 20 N m (110 15 lb ft). 4. Tighten the alternator mounting bolts.Brake Fluid Reservoirs
Inspect Fluid Level
1. Open the access cover in the hood. 2. Unlock the retainers. 3. Remove the lids from both brake fluid reservoirs. Maintain the brake fluid within 1 cm (1/2 inch) of the top of each reservoir. 4. Inspect all seals, and replace them if necessary. 5. Replace the lids on the reservoirs. Secure them with the retainers. Close the access cover.Service Brakes
Test Holding Ability
Be sure the area around machine is clear of personnel and obstructions.Be sure the steering frame lock link is in stored position.Test the brakes on a dry, level surface.Fasten the seat belt before testing the brakes.
1. Start the engine, and raise the bucket slightly. Apply the service brake (right brake pedal only) and release the parking brake. 2. With the service brake applied (right brake pedal only), shift the transmission to 2nd speed forward. 3. Gradually increase the engine speed to high idle. The machine should not move.
If the machine begins to move, reduce the engine speed immediately and apply the parking brake.
4. Reduce the engine speed to low idle, shift the transmission to NEUTRAL. Apply the parking brake, lower the bucket to the ground and stop the engine.
If the machine moved while testing the brakes, contact your Caterpillar dealer. Have


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