GAS POWERED LIFT TRUCK MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

Every 100 Hours

  • Engine crankcase – Drain and fill
  • Engine breather – Clean or replace
  • Engine oil filter – Replace filter element
  • Fan and generator belts – Inspect and adjust
  • Generator – Lubricate
  • Starter – Lubricate
  • Fan pulley – Lubricate
  • Water pump – Lubricate
  • Steering gear – Check lubricant
  • Battery – Check fluid level, connections, and take hydrometer reading
  • Fluid coupling – Check fluid level
  • Lift and tilt cylinders – Check for drift and leaks. Look at mountings
  • Control linkage – Inspect and lubricate
  • Hydraulic sump tank breather – Clean or replace
  • Governor slip tube – Lubricate
  • Transmission – Check oil level
  • Transmission and converter – Check oil level
  • Drop gear case – Verify level
  • Differential – Check lubricant level
  • Drive axle air vent – Service and clean
  • Axle ends – Lubricate
  • Axle end air vent – Service and clean
  • Fuel lines and cap – Inspect
  • Suspension – Check mountings
  • Clutch pedal adjustment – Check and adjust
  • Brake pedal – Adjust free travel
  • Brake system – Verify fluid level. Check cap vent hole
  • Steer valve and pump – Check for leakage
  • Hydraulic control valve and lines – Inspect
  • Lift bracket and piston head guides – Inspect and lubricate, check for wear

Every 1000 Hours

  • Complete engine tune-up
  • Fuel pump – check for proper operation
  • Fuel pump strainer – Disassemble and clean
  • Fuel sediment bowl – Clean
  • Standard transmission – Make pressure check
  • Fluid coupling – Drain and refill
  • Automatic transmission – Make pressure check
  • Generator – Check brush spring tension, replace if worn. Check commutator
  • Voltage regular – Check
  • Differential – Drain and refill
  • Steer wheel bearings – Adjust, clean and repack
  • Brake system – Test, bleed and fill reservoir
  • Hand brake – Test
  • Cooling system – Flush system, check and refill
  • Steer system – check hydraulic pressures
  • Main hydraulic system – Check pressures
  • Drop gear case – Drain and refill
  • Starting motor – Check brushes and for dirty commutator
  • Hydraulic sump tanks – Drain and refill