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FEEDER SENSOR 1C4156 - Caterpillar

1C4156 FEEDER SENSOR Caterpillar parts FEEDER
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Caterpillar 1C4156 FEEDER SENSOR
Weight: 18 pounds 8 kg.

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Effective July 1, 1992 regulations prohibit the venting of any refrigerant into the atmosphere. Refer to Caterpillar publication SENR3334-01 and NEDG5065-01 for the proper procedure, equipment and tools to reclaim refrigerant from any Caterpillar machine.
Always wear goggles when working on air conditioning systems. The system is under pressure at all times, engine running or not. Escaping Refrigerant R-12 (C C12 F2 Dichloro Difluoro Methane) can cause freezing of human flesh.Do not smoke while working on air conditioning. Inhaling Refrigerant R-12 through any smoking material, although not toxic or flammable, can cause violent illness. Also heat must never be applied to a charged system. See Air Conditioning And Heating Service Manual Form No. SENR3334-01, for more information on removal and installation of lines and refrigerant from the system.
1. Evacuate the system, See Air Conditioning And Heating Service Manual Form No. SENR3334-01. 2. Remove hose assemblies (1) and (2) from condenser (3).3. Remove four bolts (4) securing the condenser.4. Remove the condenser assembly from the machine. Install the condenser in the reverse order of the removal.

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