ELECTRIC-POWERED LIFT TRUCK MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

Weekly Checks (performed by your men)

  • Set brake – inspect
  • Battery – Check liquid level, take hydrometer readings, inspect
  • Battery charge indicator – Check
  • Lights – Check
  • Horn – Check
  • Brake pedal – Check for proper free play. Check for driftor spongy action
  • Tires – Inspect for cuts and alignment
  • Hydraulic Sump tank – Check fluid level
  • Lift and tilt operation – Raise to full height and tilt backward and forward
  • Check oil sump level

Every 100 Hours (performed by our technician)

  • Contractor panel – Check and adjust
  • Electrical wiring – Check connections for tightness
  • Steering gear – Check lubricant
  • Differential – Check lubricant
  • Differential – Air Vent – Clean
  • Brake pedal – Adjust
  • Brake system – Check fluid level
  • Visually – Inspect all hydraulic lines and fittings, steer valve and pump, hydraulic control valves, lift bracket
  • and piston head guide. Lubricate
  • Lift chains – Adjust and lubricate
  • Lift and tilt cylinders – Check for drift and leakage. Check mountings
  • Hydraulic sump tank breather – Clean
  • Lubricate all other lube locations
  • Complete check of all battery cells, open circuit voltage and S.G.

Every 500 Hours (performed by our technician)

  • Complete 100 hours PM
  • Tires – Check
  • Hydraulic sump tank – Drain and refill
  • Hydraulic sump tank oil filter – Replace filter element
  • Steering gear – Adjust thrust and lash
  • Steer axle linkage – Adjust
  • Nuts, bolts, and cap screws – Tighten as required

Every 1000 Hours

  • Complete 100 hour PM plus 500 hour PM
  • Pump and drive motor brushes – Check brush spring tension and bearings and lubricate
  • Differential – Drain and refill
  • Hand brake – Test