OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS - CONTINUED
Stopping engine immediately after it has been operating under a load can result in overheating and accelerated
wear of engine components.
The following shutdown procedures allow engine to cool. This will prevent excessive temperatures in turbo-
charger center housing. Failure to shut down engine properly may cause oil sludge problems.
Run engine at low idle for five minutes.
Turn off machine lights and accessories.
Turn ignition switch counterclockwise to OFF position. Remove key from switch.
Perform After operation PMCS.
Place battery disconnect switch to OFF position. If operation is not anticipated for an extended period of time, remove key
Secure machine against vandalism, as required, using padlocks (Item 11, Table 2, WP 0024 00) on the following:
fuel tank and hydraulic tank fill caps;
engine compartment access door;
BII toolbox; and
rear compartment access door.
Use ignition key to secure engine air filter and battery compartment against vandalism.
Secure instrument panel against vandalism as follows:
Remove two bolts and washers and remove two instrument panel covers from stowage on rear wall of engine com-
partment enclosure. Reinstall bolts and washers on rear wall of engine compartment enclosure.
Install covers over instrument panels and secure with three padlocks (Item 11, Table 2, WP 0024 00), as shown.
INSTRUMENT PANEL COVERS