OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS - CONTINUED
· Do NOT tow at speeds over 3 mph (5 kph).
· Do NOT attempt to start tractor engine by towing. Any attempt to start engine by towing will damage transmis-
· Towing machine must have sufficient brake capacity, weight and power to tow disabled machine.
· Machine must only be towed a short distance and at slow speed, in order to clear job site. Always transport
machine if longer distance moving is required.
· Scraper is towed only from the front.
Towing with Engine Stopped.
· Assistance from Unit Maintenance is required.
· Because engine is not running during towing, the following machine systems will not function properly.
Service brakes will not function.
Parking brake will not release.
Transmission lubrication will be insufficient.
Block wheels of disabled machine.
Place transmission in N (Neutral) and lock.
Be sure to reconnect steering cylinder hose connections properly after towing. Failure to do so will result in
nonfunctioning steering system. Injury to personnel could result.
Have Unit Maintenance reverse hydraulic steering cylinder hose connections on one cylinder only. This will allow
steering cylinders to move freely.
If failure of internal transmission or driveline is suspected, Unit Maintenance must remove drive shaft. If power train
damage is suspected, axle shafts should be removed.
· Do NOT use a chain between towing machine and disabled machine. Chain links could break, causing equip-
ment damage or injury or death to personnel.
· Carefully move towing machine into position. Always use a ground guide and do not stand directly between
machines. Failure to follow this warning may cause equipment damage or injury or death.
Use a heavy-duty wire tow cable between machines.
Position towing machine directly in front of disabled machine. Connect tow cable to towing lug at front of disabled