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BUSHING 1C3822 - Caterpillar

1C3822 BUSHING Caterpillar parts BUSHING
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Caterpillar 1C3822 BUSHING
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Keep a close watch for leaks. If leaking is observed, find the source and correct the leak. Check the fluid levels more frequently than the recommended periods if leaking is suspected or observed. Inspect the implement cylinders, linkage, and bucket for damage or excessive wear. Repair if damaged. Inspect lights for broken bulbs and lenses. Replace if broken. Inspect and remove any trash build up in the engine compartment.Inspect the cooling system for leaks, faulty hoses, and trash build up. Correct any leaks and remove any trash from the radiator.Inspect all engine attachment belts for worn, cracked, or frayed edges. Replace a belt if it is worn, cracked, frayed, or broken. Inspect the engine precleaner for dirt buildup. Clean if dirt has accumulated. Check the air filter restriction indicator. If the indicator is in the red zone, service the engine air filter. Inspect the hydraulic system for leaks. Inspect the tank, cylinder rod seals, hoses, tubes, plugs, joints, and fittings. Correct any leaks.Inspect and repair any final drive leaks. Check the oil level if leakage is noticed.Inspect and repair any swing drive leaks.Be sure covers and guards are firmly in place. Inspect for damage. Inspect the steps, walkways, and handholds for their condition and cleanliness. Repair or clean if necessary. Inspect the Falling Objects Protective Guard (if equipped) for damage. Tighten any loose bolts. Repair if necessary.Inspect the operator's compartment for cleanliness. Keep it clean.Adjust the rear view mirrors for best vision.Window Cleaning
Clean windows with wet cloth or sponge. Dry cloth or sponge may scratch window material.Refer to operation guide for proper cleaning instructions.
Use commercially available window cleaning solutions to clean the windows. Clean the outside windows from the ground, unless handholds are available.Cleaning Methods
Aircraft Windshield Cleaner - Apply the cleaner to the windows with a soft cloth. Rub using moderate pressure until all dirt is removed. Allow the cleaner to dry. Wipe off with a clean soft cloth. Soap and Water - Use a clean sponge or soft cloth. Wash the windows with a mild soap or detergent and plenty of lukewarm water. Rinse the windows thoroughly. Dry the windows with a moist chamois skin or moist cellulose sponge. Stubborn Dirt and Grease - Wash the windows using a good grade of naphtha, isopropyl alcohol, or Butyl Cellosolve. Follow this by washing the windows with soap and water.Seat Belt
Inspect for Wear or Damage
Replace the seat belt after three years of usage, regardless of appearance.Seat belt and mounting hardware must be inspected for wear or damage before operating the machine. Replace the belt or mounting hardware if worn or damaged.Undercarriage
Check for Oil Leaks, Wear, and Loose Bolts
1. Check the carrier rollers, track rollers, and idler wheels for possible leakage.2. Check the track surface of the carrier rollers, track rollers, idler wheels, track shoes, and drive sprockets for wear and loose mounting bolts.3. Listen for abnormal noise while moving slowly in an open area.4. When abnormal wear, noise, or leaks are found, consult your Caterpillar dealer.Indicators and Gauges

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