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2278027 HOSE AS Caterpillar parts HOSE
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CA2278027
227-8027
2278027
Caterpillar 2278027 HOSE AS

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2. Wrap and store the clean filter elements in a clean, dry place.Ether Starting Aid
Replace empty Cylinder
Located in left front of engine compartment.1. Loosen the cylinder retaining clamp, unscrew and remove the empty ether cylinder.2. Remove the used gasket. Install the new gasket provided with each new cylinder.3. Install the new cylinder. Tighten the cylinder hand tight. Tighten the cylinder clamp securely.Batteries
Check Electrolyte Level
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. Pull handle to release radiator guard. Tilt guard forward. 2. Clean the battery surface with a clean cloth. Keep the terminals clean and coated with petroleum jelly. Install the post cover after coating.3. Inspect the electrolyte level in each battery cell, except maintenance free. Maintain the level to the bottom of the fill openings with distilled water. If distilled water is not available, use clean drinking water.4. Close the radiator guard.Fuel Tank
Drain the Water and Sediment
The fuel sump tank drain valve is located under the machine, behind the transmission. Open the drain valve and allow moisture and sediment to drain.Close the drain valve.Radiator
Clean or Replace Pressure Cap
1. Pull handle to release the radiator guard. Tilt guard forward. 2. Remove the radiator cap.3. Inspect the cap for damage, deposits or foreign material. Clean the cap with a clean cloth or replace the cap if necessary.4. Install the cap.5. Close the radiator guard.Clean Outside of Folded Core Radiator
Compressed air, high pressure water or steam can be used to remove dust, leaves and general debris from a radiator. Clean as required by condition of radiator.The use of compressed air is preferred.Refer to "Know Your Cooling System," Form SEBD0518, for the complete procedure and instructions.Clean Radiator Guard
Wipe guard clean or use pressure air to clean the openings from the back side of the guard.Fuses and Circuit Breakers
Replace Fuses, reset Breakers
Always replace fuses with ones of the correct ampere rating to avoid electrical system damage.
Fuses - They protect the electrical system from damage caused by overloaded circuits. Change a fuse if the element separates. If the element of a new fuse separates, have the circuit checked and repaired.Overhead Fuse Panel
Remove the cover to gain access to fuse panel. Inside Work Lights (1) - 20AOutside Work Lights (2) - 20ARadio (3) - 10ASpare (4) - 20A Auxiliary 1 (5) - 10AAuxiliary 2 (6) - 10A12V Power Outlet Fuse (7) - 10AThis circuit can be used to provide power


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