During these procedures, the operator will be required to climb on and around the
vehicle. Be sure to wear suitable footwear, ensure no surfaces are slippery, wear
suitable gloves and hard hat and maintain three points of contact to the vehicle.
Hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin and cause injury, blindness,
or death. Pressure may build up in a hydraulic system. DO NOT perform any
hydraulic system service without first shutting down the engine to relieve system
pressure. Wear eye protection, gloves, and protective clothing while removing
hydraulic hoses. Any fluid spilled can cause a slip hazard and must be cleaned up
Lift frame must be positioned on solid, level ground with adequate support from
Failure to follow these warnings may result in death or serious injury to personnel.
Seek medical attention in the event of an injury.
Note routing and tag hoses and fittings to aid in installation.
Place a drain pan under components as required to catch any draining hydraulic
Perform steps 1 through 3 to relieve hydraulic system pressure.
Start engine and set MODE switch to MAN M.F. position for 30 seconds.
Set MODE switch to MAN H.A. position for 30 seconds.
Set MODE switch to OFF position and turn off engine.
Remove two hydraulic hoses (Figure 1, Item 1) from quick disconnect T-fittings (Figure 1, Item 2).