Caterpillar GP40K/KL GP45/50K DP40K/KL DP45/50K Lift Trucks Operation and Maintenance Manual PDF

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  • Brand: Caterpillar
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  • Language: English
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  • Print Length: 163 pages

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Caterpillar GP40K/KL GP45/50K DP40K/KL DP45/50K Lift Trucks Operation and Maintenance Manual PDF

Operation and Maintenance Manual contains detailed service information, operating and maintenance instructions, special instructions for repair and maintenance, troubleshoot and any additional information for Caterpillar Lift Trucks:
DP40K,
DP40KL,
DP45K,
DP50K,
GP40K,
GP40KL,
GP45K,
GP50K.
Using this manual helps you to find a lot of pictures (screenshots) and diagrams, which show the location of the necessary details and will be able to carry out installation or removal of any parts Caterpillar.
This Operation and Maintenance Manual is a system of care in operation and maintenance of forklifts Cat, which enables to detect and eliminate problems encountered and inaccuracies.
Manual comes in PDF and includes 163 pages, which are printable. To view this information you need to install Adobe PDF Reader.

Serial Numbers:
GP40K   AT29C-00011-20230
    AT29C-20231-up
GP40KL  AT29C-50011-70230
    AT29C-70231-up
GP45K   AT29C-80001-89999
    AT29C-R0231-up
GP50K   AT33B-50001-70230
    AT33B-70231-up
DP40K   AT19C-00011-20230
    AT19C-20231-up
DP40KL  AT19C-50001-70230
    AT19C-70231-up
DP45K   AT19C-80001-89999
    AT19C-R0231-up
DP50K   AT28B-50001-70230
    AT28B-70231-up

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
SAFETY RULES FOR LIFT TRUCK OPERATORS
        In General
        Warning Decals, Location
        Decals for LP-Gas Only
        Warning Decals, Description
        Safety Rules
        Operating Precautions
        Working Precautions
        LP-Gas
KNOW YOUR LIFT TRUCK
        Serial Number and Capacity Plate
        Model View
        Operator's Compartment
        Instrument Panel
        OK Monitor (Warning Lights and Indicators)
        Driving Interlock System
        Operator's Seat
        Seat Belt
        Fuses and Lights
        Fork Stoppers
        Changing Forks
        Additional Warning Devices
        Drawbar Pin
        Assist Grip
        Hydraulic Tank Oil Level/Filler Hole
        Fuel Filler
        Fuel Shut-off Valve
        Engine Hood
HOW TO AVOID A TIPOVER; HOW TO SURVIVE ONE
        Know What Lift Truck Stability is
        Center of Gravity (CG)
        Stability and Center of Gravity
        Lift Truck Stability Base
        Capacity (Weight and Load Center)
        Capacity Chart
        Do’s and Don’ts to Avoid Tipover
        How to Survive in a Tipover
REFUELING
        Gasoline and Diesel Engine Equipped
        LP-Gas Equipment
OPERATION
        New Lift Truck Break-In
        Before Starting Engine
        Starting Gasoline Engine
        Starting Diesel Engine
        Engine Won’t Start
        Starting with Jumper Cables
        Starting LP-Gas Engine
        After Starting Engine
        Before Moving Lift Truck
        Lift Truck Operation
        Stopping Lift Truck
        Parking Lift Truck (After Stopping)
OPERATING TECHNIQUES
        Stacking Methods
        Handling Loads Safety
        Inching Into and Lifting the Load
        Traveling with the Load
        Unloading
        Working on Grades
STORING THE LIFT TRUCK
        End of Each Shift Storage
        Long Term Storage
TRANSPORTATION HINTS
        Lift Truck Shipping
        Machine Lifting and Tiedown Information
SPECIAL SITUATIONS
        Care in Cold Weather
        Care in Hot Weather
        Care in Severe Dust or Lint Conditions
TROUBLESHOOTING
        Changing a Tire
        Stalled Engine
        Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Needle Moves Into Red Zone
        Powershift Transmission Oil Temperature Warning Light Glows
        Driving Interlock Indicator Light Flickers or Flashes, and the Truck Stops Moving
        Trouble with the LP-Gas Equipment
MAINTENANCE
        General
        Inspection Precautions
        Maintenance Schedule
        Every 10 Service Hours or Daily (Pre-start), Whichever Comes First
        Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly, Whichever Comes First
        One Month After Delivery of a New Truck
        Every 200 Service Hours or Monthly, Whichever Comes First
        Every 400 Service Hours or 2 Months, Whichever Comes First
        Every 600 Service Hours or 3 Months, Whichever Comes First
        Every 1200 Service Hours or 6 Months, Whichever Comes First
        Every 2400 Service Hours or 1 Year, Whichever Comes First
        Parts to be Changed Periodically
SERVICE DATA
        Fuel Information
        Coolant Information
        Recommended Fuels and Oils
        Specifications and Refill Capacities (Standard Models)
        Capacity and Truck Weight (Standard Models)
TO THE CAT LIFT TRUCK OWNER
        The Importance of Genuine Parts
        Instructions for Ordering Parts
        Service Registration
        Transfer of Ownership Report
INDEX
        Index

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