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GASKET 2277920 - Caterpillar



2277920 GASKET Caterpillar parts GASKET
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA2277920
227-7920
2277920
Caterpillar 2277920 GASKET
Weight: 0.01 pounds 0 kg.

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1. Start the engine. Let the air system build to 825 kPa (120 psi) operating pressure.2. Apply the parking brake, move the transmission selector to first speed range forward.3. Accelerate the engine to 1200 rpm.4. The machine should not move. If the machine moved, have repairs made.Air Dryer - If Equipped
Drain Moisture and Sediment
1. Drain moisture and sediment from engine governor control reservoir, parking/secondary reservoir and service/retarder reservoirs.2. To drain reservoirs, open drain valves by lifting levers. Allow moisture and sediment to drain. Close valves by returning levers to the down position. 3. The desiccant cartridge should be rebuilt or replaced when it can no longer absorb water.4. Contact your Caterpillar dealer for repair kits and instructions.A small amount of moisture may be due to condensation in the system.Moisture may be present if an air dryer has been installed in a system that has been previously used without an air dryer. Several weeks may be needed to completely dry the system.Fan Adjusting Pulley
Lubricate Fittings
Lubricate two fittings.Drive Shaft Universal Joints and Spline
Lubricate Fittings
Lubricate one fitting on the front universal joint.Lubricate one fitting on the spline. Lubricate two fittings on the rear of the universal joint.Front Wheel Bearings
Check Lubricant Level
Hot oil and components can cause personal injury. Do not allow hot oil or components to contact skin.
Remove the fill plug. Maintain the lubricant level to the bottom of the fill plug opening. Clean and install the fill plug.Differential and Final Drives
Check Lubricant Level
Hot oil and components can cause personal injury. Do not allow hot oil or components to contact skin.
1. Remove the differential fill plate. Observe the lubricant level.2. Maintain the lubricant level to the bottom of the fill plate opening. Clean and install the fill plate. 3. Rotate the wheel until the fill plug is in the same position shown in the photo. Remove the final drive fill plug.4. Maintain the lubricant level to the bottom of the fill plug opening. Clean and install the fill plugs.Batteries - Low Maintenance
Check the Electrolyte Level
Batteries give off flammable fumes that can explode.Do not smoke when observing the battery electrolyte levels.Electrolyte is an acid and can cause personal injury if it contacts skin or eyes.Always wear protective glasses when working with batteries.
According to your battery type, check the electrolyte level using the chart shown. Tighten the battery retainers every 1000 hours on all batteries.Check the following at least every 1000 hours, and more often as conditions require:Clean the top of the batteries with a clean cloth.Keep the terminals clean and coated with petroleum jelly.At the proper charging rate, in a moderate climate, a battery should not require more than 30 cc (1 ounce) of water per cell per week. Check the cells weekly in extreme temperatures, cell water usage could be higher. 1. Open the battery access cover.2. Clean the battery surface with a clean cloth. Keep the terminals clean and coated with petroleum jelly. 3. Inspect the electrolyte level in each battery cell. Maintain the level to the bottom of the


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