Kubota U17 Excavator Operator's Manual


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MODEL U17

English (U.S.A.) U 1BAABBKAP0850 Code No. RA238-8150-8 17 PRINTED IN JAPAN © KUBOTA Corporation 2008

LIST OF ABBREVIATION

Abbreviations Description API American Petroleum Institute ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials, USA CECE Commitee for European Construction Machinery DIN German Institute for Standards, Federal Republic of Germany EN European Standard Front “Front” means the front view towards the boom and dozer Hi High speed ISO International Organization for Standardization JIS Japanese Industrial Standard L Volume (Liter) Lo Low speed L/min Liter per minute MIL Military Standards OPG Operator Protective Guards of Top Guard Level I (Top Guard Level I) ROPS Roll-over Protective Structures rpm Revolutions Per minute SAE Society of Automotive Engineering TPSS Two Pattern Selection System

U17 English (U.S.A.) AU . L . 13 - 23 . 3 . AK

GENERAL SYMBOLS

The instruments and operation elements have been marked with a series of symbols in order to simplify the operation of your excavator. These symbols are listed below with the respective descriptions. 3 Safety alert Symbol T Warning lamp “Fuel level too low”

System lamp lWarning lamp “Engine Oil pressure”

g Warning lamp “Battery charge”

Warning lamp “Auto Idle (AI) Lamp”

Indicator lamp “Glow” 7 Working light switch 5 Horn Z Wiper/Washer switch R Diesel E Hydraulic . uid W Gear oil

Grease j Fast k Slow

Excavator - Overhead movement toward the front Excavator - Overhead movement toward the rear æ Boom up … Boom down = Arm up = Arm crowd ‘ Bucket crowd ’ ” “ Bucket dump Boom swing (left) Boom swing (Right) Dozer raise Dozer lower

Operation direction of control lever Operation direction of control lever V Read operator’s manual Engine stop control lamp c

Lock Unlock Reducing / Increasing track width

FOREWORD

You are now the proud owner of a KUBOTA excavator. This excavator is a product of KUBOTA quality engineering and manufacturing. It is made of the .ne materials and under rigid quality control systems. It will give you long, satisfactory service. To obtain the best use of your excavator, please read this manual carefully. It will help you become familiar with the operation of the excavator and contains many helpful hints about excavator maintenance. It is KUBOTA’s policy to utilize as quick as possible every advance in our research. The immediate use of new techniques in the manufacture of products may cause some small parts of this manual to be outdated. KUBOTA distributors and dealers will have the most up-to-date information. Please do not hesitate to consult with them. 3 SAFETY FIRST

This symbol, the industry’s “Safety Alert Symbol”, is used throughout this manual and on labels on the machine itself to warn of the possibility of personal injury. Read these instructions carefully. It is essential that you read the instructions and safety regulations before you attempt to assemble or use this unit. 3DANGER : Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. 3WARNING : Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 3CAUTION : Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. IMPORTANT : Indicates that equipment or property damage could result if instructions are not followed. NOTE : Gives helpful information.

CONTENTS

3 SAFE OPERATION ..................... 1

DEALER SERVICE ...........................13

TECHNICAL DATA ...........................14

Operating Instructions DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE PARTS .........................15 INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CONTROL ELEMENTS ...................16 BEFORE START ...............................19

DAILY CHECKS ............................19 Tilting The Seat ...........................19 OPENING AND CLOSING OF PARTS ..............19 HANDLING THE SAFETY DEVICES .................................22 OPERATION OF THE ENGINE .........23

STARTING THE ENGINE .............23 STARTING THE ENGINE UNDER COLD CONDITIONS ...31 STOPPING THE ENGINE .............31 STARTING WITH AN AUXILIARY BATTERY ......32 EXCAVATOR OPERATION ...............33

CONTROL OBSERVATIONS DURING OPERATION .............33 RUNNING-IN OF THE NEW EXCAVATOR ........33 STARTING ..................................33 TWO PATTERN SELECTION SYSTEM (TPSS) ......................35 OPERATION OF THE BOOM .......36 OPERATION OF THE ARM ..........36 OPERATION OF BUCKET ...........37 SWIVEL (UNIT SWING) OPERATION ............................37 BOOM SWING OPERATION ......38 BOOM SWING PEDAL ................38 OPERATION OF TRACK WIDTH CHANGE AND DOZER ...........................39 SERVICE PORT OPERATION ......41 DRIVING ......................................41 TURNS .......................................43 UP AND DOWNHILL TRAVELLING ..........................45 PARKING ON A SLOPE ...............45 IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON EXCAVATOR OPERATION .....46 TRANSPORTING THE EXCAVATOR ON A TRUCK ................................47 LIFTING OF THE EXCAVATOR .........49

Care and Maintenance MAINTENANCE ...............................51

MAINTENANCE INTERVALS ......51 DAILY CHECKS ............................53 REGULAR CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE WORK ...............58 EVERY 50 SERVICE HOURS ......58 EVERY 200 SERVICE HOURS ....60 EVERY 250 SERVICE HOURS .....60 EVERY 500 SERVICE HOURS .....61 EVERY 1000 SERVICE HOURS ...66 EVERY 1000 SERVICE HOURS OR ONCE A YEAR .........................67 EVERY 2000 SERVICE HOURS ....67 ANNUAL SERVICING ................68 BIENNIAL SERVICING ...............68 OTHER SERVICING .....................69 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND REPLACEMENTS ........................70 PURGING OF THE FUEL SYSTEM .................................70 ADJUSTMENT OF TRACKS ........70 EXCHANGE OF BUCKET TEETH AND SIDE CUTTERS [JPN BUCKET VERSION] ........72 FUSES .........................................74 TROUBLESHOOTING ......................75

OPERATION UNDER COLD WEATHER CONDITIONS ................81 PREPARATION FOR OPERATION IN COLD WEATHER ................81 PROCEDURE AFTER DONE WORK ...........................81 LONG STORAGE .............................82

RECOMMENDED OILS ...................84

BIODIESEL FUEL (BDF) ..............86

MAIN DIMENSIONS .......................88

LIFTING CAPACITY .........................89

The best insurance against accidents is to abide by the safety regulations. Read and understand this section carefully, before operating the excavator. Every user, however experienced, should carefully read and understand this section and those of the attachments and accessories before taking the excavator into operation. The owner is obliged to inform the operators of these instruction in detail. Keep this manual in the storage place. (See "Keeping the Operator's Manual" in the BEFORE START section.) 1. BEFORE OPERATION 1. Make yourself acquainted with the excavator and be aware of its limits. Read this operator’s manual carefully before starting the excavator.

2. Obey the danger, warning and caution labels on the machine.

3. For your safety, a ROPS/OPG (Top Guard Level I) with a seat belt is installed by KUBOTA. A ROPS: Roll-Over Protective Structure A OPG (Top Guard Level I): Operator

Protective Guards of Top Guard Level I OPG (Top Guard Level I) in accordance with ISO10262 is equivalent in de. nition to FOPS (Falling Object Protective Structure). Always use the seat belt when the machine is equipped with a ROPS/OPG (Top Guard Level I) as this combination will reduce the risk of serious injury or death, should the excavator be upset or falling objects occur. Do not modify any structural members of the ROPS/OPG (Top Guard Level I) by welding, drilling, bending, grinding or cutting, as this may weaken the structure. If any component is damaged, replace it. Do not attempt repairs. If the ROPS/ OPG (Top Guard Level I) is loosened or removed for any reason, make sure all parts are reinstalled correctly. Tighten mounting bolts to proper torque. 4. ROPS meets requirements of ISO 3471. OPG (Top Guard Level I) meets requirements of OSHA 1926·1003/ISO 10262.

5. The seat belt must be inspected regularly and replaced if frayed or damaged.

6. Track can be set at the narrow width 39in. (990mm) and the standard width 49in. (1240mm). (for details see “OPERATION OF TRACK WIDTH CHANGE AND DOZER”) Do not operate in narrow track width 39in. (990mm), it makes risk of the excavator tipping over, operate always in standard track width 49in. (1240mm), except to pass through narrow space on a even ground.

7. Do not use the excavator under the in.uence of alcohol, medication as well as other substances. Fatigue is also dangerous. 8. Check the surroundings carefully before using the excavator or when attachments are being attached. • Pay attention to the overhead clearance with electric wires.

• During excavator use do not allow any persons within the working range. 9. Do not allow other persons to use the machine before having informed him on the exact operation and work instructions, and be assured that the operator’s manual has been read and understood.

10. Do not wear baggy, torn or too large clothing when working with the excavator. Clothing can get caught in rotating parts or control elements which can cause accidents or injuries. Wear adequate safety clothing, e.g. safety helmet, safety shoes, eye protection, ear protection, working gloves, etc., as necessary and as prescribed by law or statutes.

(1) Helmet

(2) Clothing .t for work

(3) Tight seams

(4) Good grip shoewear

(5) Well . tting cuffs

(6) Working gloves

(7) Straw hat

(8) Towel

(9) Baggy trousers

(10) Loose cuffs of the shirt

(11) Baggy shirt

(12) Rubber sandals

11. Do not allow passengers to get on any part of the excavator seat throughout operation.

12. Check mechanical parts for correct adjustments and wear. Exchange worn or damaged parts immediately.

13. Keep your excavator clean. Heavy soiling, grease, dust and grass can in.ame and cause accidents or injuries.

14. Use only KUBOTA authorized attachments.

15. Before starting the excavator, be absolutely sure that the excavator has been . lled with fuel, lubricated, greased and undergone other maintenance work.

16. Do not modify the excavator, otherwise it could lead to unforeseen safety problems.

17. Make sure attachments, particulary those utilizing quick attach systems, are securely mounted.

2. STARTING OF THE EXCAVATOR 1. Get into and out of the machine safely. Always face the machine. Always use handrails and available steps and keep yourself well balanced. Do not hold any of the control Ievers and switches. Do not jump on or off the machine, whether stationary or in motion.

2. Start and control the excavator only from the operator’s seat. The driver should not lean out of his seat when the engine is running.

3. Before starting the engine, make sure that all control levers (including auxiliary control levers) are in their neutral positions. Before starting the engine, make sure that the control levers, travel lever, pedals and other control elements are not stuck and can be moved smoothly. If stuck, for example, a lever may fail to return, possibly putting you in danger. If anything wrong is found, immediately pinpoint the cause and correct it.

4. Do not start the engine by jumping the starter connections. Do not try to circumvent using the starter switch, otherwise the engine could start suddenly and the excavator could move.

5. Make sure that the dozer is on the front side. (The dozer must be raised.) If the levers are activated with the dozer on the rear end, the driving direction is in the opposite direction of the drive levers.

6. Do not run the engine in closed or badly ventilated rooms. Carbon monoxide is colourless, odourless and deadly.

7. Keep all safety equipment and covers in place. Replace damaged or missing safety device.

8. Precautions against tipping over. In order to secure safe operation, keep away from steep slopes and embankments. Do not swing the bucket downwards. Lower the dozer during digging. Keep the bucket as low as possible while driving upwards. Turn slowly on slopes (do not fast). Do not keep the excavator near the edges of trenches and banks, as the earth can give away due to the weight of the excavator.

9. Watch out at all times where the excavator is being moved to. Keep an eye out for hindrances.

10. Keep enough distance from trench and bank edges.

• Safety for children Tragedy can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children generally are attached to machines and the work they do. 1. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them.

2. Keep children out of the work area and under the watchful eye of another responsible adult.

3. Be alert and shut your machine down if children enter the work area.

4. Never carry children on your machine. There is no safe place for them to ride. They may fall off and be run over or interfere with your control of the machine.

5. Never allow children to operate the machine even under adult supervision.

6. Never allow children to play on the machine or on the attachments.

7. Use extra caution when backing up. Look behind and down to make sure the area clear before moving.

8. When parking your machine, if at all possible, park on a . rm, .at and level surface; if not, park across a slope. Lower the bucket and dozer to the ground, remove the key place the control lock levers in the locked position from the ignition before you leave.

3.AFTER OPERATION Before leaving the machine, • Bring the excavater on a . rm, . at and level surface.

• Lower the attachments and the dozer blade on the ground.

• Stop the engine.

• Lock all control levers.

• Remove the key.

4. SAFE LOADING AND TRANSPORT OF THE EXCAVATOR 1. Observe all regulations concerning the transport of excavators on public roads.

2. Use adequately long and robust ramps when loading on a truck. (for details see “TRANSPORTING THE EXCAVATOR ON A TRUCK”)

3. Do not change the running direction and to avoid a tipping over, do not try to swing the attachment crosswise to the loading ramps.

4. After loading of the excavator on a truck, engage the swing lock pin. Lower the attachment on the loading plane and release the pressure from the hydraulic system. Block the tracks with blocks and wire down the excavator. After loading the excavator on a truck, tie down the undercarriage of the excavator with a strong steel wire on the truck.

5. Do not brake abruptly with the excavator loaded. Mortal accidents could happen.

6. If the excavator is used to tow another machine, the load must be smaller than the strength of the hook.

7. Do not use hooks on the roof of canopy for lifting the excavator.

Max. drawbar pull at 32.3 kNcoupling hook Max. vertical load at 2.7 kNcoupling hook

5.MAINTENANCE Before doing maintenance work on the excavator, place the machine on a . rm, . at and level surface, Iower the attachments on the ground, stop the engine then remove the key and release the cylinder pressure by actuating the levers. When dismantling hydraulic parts, make sure that the hydraulic oil has cooled down suf.ciently to avoid burns. Start maintenance work carefully, e.g. loosen screws slowly so that oil will not squirt out. 1. Before doing work on the engine, the exhaust system, the radiator and the hydraulics, let the excavator cool down suf. ciently.

2. Turn off the engine at all times when .lling with fuel. Avoid spilling and over­.lling of fuel.

3. Smoking is prohibited while tanking and handling the battery! Keep sparks and .re away from the fuel tank and battery. Flammable gases escape from the battery, especially during charging.

4. Do not use or charge the re. llable type battery if the .uid level is below the LOWER (lower limit level) mark. Otherwise, the battery component parts may prematurely deteriorate, which may shorten the battery's service life or cause an explosion. Check the . uid level regularly and add distilled water as required so that the .uid level is between the UPPER and LOWER levels.

5. Read and follow “STARTING WITH AN AUXILIARY BATTERY” in “OPERATION OF THE ENGINE”, when starting with an auxiliary battery.

6. To avoid short-circuiting the battery, always remove the earth cable . rst and attach the plus cable . rst.

7. Keep a .rst-aid box and a . re extinguisher at hand at all times.

8. Do not open the radiator cap before the radiator has cooled down suf. ciently. First loosen the cap to the . rst stop and allow the system enough time to release the remaining pressure. Then loosen the cap completely.

9. Leaking hydraulic .uid has enough pressure to penetrate the skin and cause serious injuries. Leakages from pin holes can be totally invisible. Do not use the bare hand for checking on possible leakages. Always use a piece of wood or cardboard. It is strongly recommended to use a face mask or eye protection. Should injuries occur with leaking hydraulic .uid, contact a doctor immediately. This .uid can cause gangrene or serious allergic reactions.

10. To avoid leakage of battery acid which contains heavy metals, do not throw the battery away.

11. Observe all laws and regulations concerning the disposal of used oil, coolants, solvents, hydraulic . uids, battery acids and batteries.

12. To avoid .re, do not heat the hydraulic components (tanks, pipes, hoses, cylinders) before they are drained and washed.

13. Use a face mask or eye protection to protect the eyes and respiratory system against dust and other foreign particles.

14. Securely support excavator with stands or suitable blocking before working underneath. For your safety, do not work under any hydraulically supported devices. They can settle, suddenly leak down, or be accidentally lowered.

15. Do not crawl under the excavator if the excavator is only supported by the boom and arm or the dozer. The excavator can tip over or lower itself due to hydraulic pressure loss. Always use safety struts or other appropriate supports.

16. KUBOTA uses no parts which are lined with asbestos. Do not use these kind of parts even if they can be installed.

17. Fire prevention Excavator and some attachments have components that are at high temperatures under normal operating conditions. The primary source of high temperatures is the engine and exhaust system. The electrical system, if damaged or incorrectly maintained, can be a source of arcing or sparks. The following .re prevention guidelines will help to keep your equipment up and running ef.ciently and keep the risk of .re to a minimum.

• Blow off all accumulated debris near hot engine exhaust components such as turbocharger and exhaust manifold as well as exhaust pipes and muf. er more frequently when working in severe conditions.

• Clean out all accumulated . ammable debris such as leaves, straw, pine needles, branches, bark, small wood chips and any other combustible materials from inside the machine belly pans or lower unit structures as well as from area in proximity to the engine.

• Inspect all fuel lines and hydraulic hoses for wear or for deterioration. Replace them immediately if they begin to leak.

• Examine electrical wiring and connectors frequently for damage. Repair any wires that are loose or frayed before operating the machine. Clean all electrical connections and tighten all electrical connections as necessary.

• Inspect the exhaust system daily for any signs of leakage. Check for broken pipes and muf.er and also for loose or missing bolts, nuts and clamps. If any exhaust leaks or fractured parts are found, repairs must be completed prior to operation.

• Always keep a multipurpose . re extinguisher on or near the machine. Be familiar with the operation of the . re extinguisher.

6.DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION LABELS (1) Code No. RA238-5747-1 (2) Code No. RA228-5733-1

(1) Code No. RC418-5753-1 (2) Code No. RA228-5762-1

(3) Code No. RD517-5795-2 [Both sides]

(1) Code No. RC418-5728-4

(2) Code No. RC418-5727-4

(3) Code No. RC418-5733-5 (4) Code No. RD809-5738-2 (6) Code No. 6C300-4744-1

(1) Code No. RC108-5718-1 (2) Code No. RA228-5728-2 [Both sides]

(3) Code No. RD358-5736-1 (4) Code No. RA228-5776-1 (6) Code No. RC108-5796-1Diesel fuel only No . re

[Both sides] (5) Code No. 68328-5735-1 [Both sides]

(7) Code No. RB419-5796-2 [Both sides]

(1) Code No. RB238-5737-1 (2) Code No. RC418-5737-2

7.CARE OF DANGER,WARNING AND CAUTION LABELS (1) Keep danger, warning and caution labels, clean and free from obstructing material.

(2) Clean danger, warning and caution labels with soap and water, dry with a soft cloth.

(3) Replace damaged or missing danger, warning and caution labels with new labels from your KUBOTA dealer.

(4) If a component with danger, warning and caution label (s) af.xed is replaced with new part, make sure new label (s) is (are) attached in the same location (s) as the replaced component.

(5) Mount new danger, warning and caution labels by applying on a clean dry surface and pressing any bubbles to outside edge.

Your KUBOTA dealer is always ready to help so that your excavator offers the best performance. After having carefully read this manual, you will realize that much of the routine maintenance can be done by yourself. Your KUBOTA dealer is responsible for servicing and the delivery of spare parts. When ordering spare parts from your KUBOTA dealer, always mention the serial number of the excavator and the engine. Note these numbers right away in the supplied lines. Model Serial No. Excavator Engine Dealer's name (To be .lled in through the owner)

(1) Serial No.

(1) Engine serial No.

TECHNICAL DATA

KUBOTA EXCAVATOR Model name U17 Type Canopy Operating weight lbs.(kg)(including operator's) 3704 (1680) Engine Type Water cooled 4 cycle diesel engine with 3 cylinder Model name KUBOTA D902 Total displacement cc (cu.in) 898 (54.8) Engine power SAE gross kW(HP) 12.0 (16.1) SAE NET kW(HP) 11.3 (15.1) Rated speed rpm 2300 Low idle speed rpm 1300 ~ 1400 Performance Unit swing speed rpm 9.1 Travel speed Fast mph (km/h) 2.6 (4.1) Slow mph (km/h) 1.4 (2.1) Ground psi pressure (kPa) (With operator) [kgf/cm2] 3.7 26 [0.26] Climbing angle %(deg) 58 (30) Dozer Width X Height in.(mm) 39.0/48.8 X 10.2 (990/1240 X 260) Boom swing angle Left deg (rad) 65 (1.13) Right deg (rad) 58 (1.01) Pressure connection for attachments Max. displacement (Theoretical) US gal (L)/min 7.32 (27.7) Max. pressure psi (MPa) [kgf/cm2] 2702 (18.6) [190] Fuel tank capacity US gal (L) 5.0 (19)

NOTE: • Above dimensions are based on the machine with rubber trucks and JPN bucket. JPN = made in Japan

• Speci.cations subject to change without notice.

* With unloaded digging bucket.

* Firm compacted soil.

* Operators must exercise extra caution and follow instructions in the operator's manual.

* Worse condition or heavier attachment to the above will decrease climbing angle.

DESCRIPTION OF MACHINE PARTS

DEPICTED CONTENTS (1) Arm

(2) Bucket cylinder

(3) Bucket link

(4) Bucket

(5) Swing bracket

(6) Dozer cylinder

(7) Dozer

(8) Arm cylinder

(9) Boom

(10) Canopy (Rops / OPG (Top Guard Level I))

(11) Operator’s seat

(12) Boom cylinder

(13) Drive sprocket

(14) Track roller

(15) Front idler

INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CONTROL ELEMENTS

• Instrument Panel, Switches

DEPICTED CONTENTS (1) Horn switch

(2) LCD display

(3) Starter switch

(4) Working light switch

(5) Working light

(6) Working light (Option)

Instrument Panel

DEPICTED CONTENTS (1) Speed indicator lamp

(2) AUX operation lamp

(3) Periodic check lamp

(4) Clock setting request lamp

(5) Glow lamp

(6) Remaining fuel warning lamp

(7) Engine oil pressure warning lamp

(8) Battery charge lamp

(9) Coolant temperature warning lamp

(10) Warning lamp

(11) Fuel gauge

(12) Coolant temperature gauge

(13) LCD display

(14) User setting switch (switch 2)

(15) Display selector switch (switch 3)

• Control Pedals and Levers

DEPICTED CONTENTS (1) Drive lever (left)

(2) Control lever for front attachments (left)

(3) Lock lever for attachment control

(4) Service port pedal

(5) Drive lever (right)

(6) Control lever for front attachments (right)

(7) Two travel speed switch

(8) Control lever for dozer or track width

(9) Throttle lever

(10) Boom swing pedal

(11) Track width change / dozer select lever

DAILY CHECKS In order to avoid damage, it is important to check the condition of the excavator before starting. 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Do maintenance work on the excavator only on even ground with the engine off and the safety devices in the “Lock” position. Checks Walk around the excavator and check for visual damage and wear. Check coolant level. (See regular checkpoints in “MAINTENANCE”.) Check fuel level. Check engine oil level. Check hydraulic . uid level. Check air . lter for clogging. Check all control lamps, indicators, engine rpm's counter and hour meter. Check the light system. Check the seat belt and the Rops/OPG (Top Guard Level I) safety device. Check the condition of the danger, warning and caution labels. (See "DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION LABELS" in "SAFE OPERATION" .)

TILTING THE SEAT 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Lock the lever for attachment control when tilting the seat. To tilt the seat forward, pull the seat tilting lock lever and tilt the seat forward.

(1) Seat tilting lock lever (A) “Tilting forward”

(2) Lock lever for (B) “Lock” attachment control

OPENING AND CLOSING OF PARTS • Opening / Closing the Rear Bonnet

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Do not touch the exhaust muf.er or the exhaust pipe; serious burns can occur. 1. Put the starter key in the key slot and turn it clockwise to the vertical position. The rear bonnet will be unlocked. Press the button, and the rear bonnet can be opened sideways. When the rear bonnet is opened, the rear bonnet will be locked with the lock lever. 2. To close the rear bonnet, make sure the left bonnet is locked, unlock the lock lever and push the rear bonnet until it clicks into position. To lock the bonnet, turn the starter key counterclockwise to the horizontal position.

(1) Lock lever (A) “Lock” (B) “Unlock” IMPORTANT:

• Do not run the machine with the bonnet open. The bonnet may get damaged. Opening/closing the left bonnet 1. Remove the rubber mat off the left bonnet side. Then undo the step . xture.

(1) Left bonnet

(2) Rear bonnet

(3) Wing nut

3. To close the left bonnet, do this: push it back into position, apply the lock . xture in place and hand-tighten the wing nut.

4. Spread the rubber mat back in its original place.

• Opening and Closing of the Fuel

• Keeping the Tools Tank Cover To open the tank cover, .rst insert the key into the key slot and turn it counterclockwise to unlock, then open the tank cover upward. For closing, return the tank cover to original position and turn the key clockwise to lock, then remove the key.

HANDLING THE SAFETY DEVICES Control lever lock

3 CAUTION When the excavator is not used or left unattended, be sure to place the lock lever in "Lock" position . The attachment control lever lock is located on the left side.

(1) Lock lever for attachment (A) “Lock” control (B) “Unlock” • Swing lock pin

This pin is used to lock the swing frame. Set the lock pin to the “Lock” position and the swing frame gets locked to the track frame. IMPORTANT: • Before locking the lock pin, be sure to place the swing frame and the track frame in parallel with each other.

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: OPERATION” Read “SAFE at the beginning of this operator's manual. Obey the danger, warning and caution labels on the excavator. Exhaust gases are poisonous. Do not let the engine run in closed quarters without suf. cient and adequate ventilation. Always start the engine from the operator's seat. Do not start the engine while standing next to the excavator. Before starting the engine, sound the horn to get the attention of persons standing nearby. IMPORTANT: • Do not use start help spray or similar . uids.

• In order not to overload the battery and starter, avoid start-ups of more than 10 sec.

• When the engine does not start in 10 sec., please set the interval of 20 sec. or more, and restart.

• Horn Switch When the key in "RUN" position, the horn sounds by pushing the switch.

STARTING THE ENGINE 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: The operator should not depend solely on the alarm lamps, but should always conduct the routine checks (see “MAINTENANCE”). Start the engine in the following manner: 1. Make sure that the fuel shutoff-valve is in the “Open” position.

3. Pull the lock lever all the way back. (lock position).

4. Insert the key into the starter switch and turn it to the "RUN" position.

(1) Starter Switch (A) “STOP” (B) “RUN”

(C) “START”

5. Turn the key to "START" position and release after the engine has started; it will automatically return to the "RUN" position.

6. Check if all warning lamps have gone out. Should a warning lamp still be lit up, stop the engine then remove the key and check for the cause.

NOTE: • When the lock levers are in "UNLOCK" position, the engine dose not start. • Display Selector Switch Press the display selector switch while the engine is running. The electronic meter’s LCD display will change from one indication mode to the other. Change the three-mode display according to your jobs.

(1) Display selector switch

(2) LCD display

NOTE: • With the starter key at the ”STOP” position, press the electronic meter’s display selector switch, and the LCD display shows the hour meter for 10 seconds. • Setting the clock [Selecting the clock setting mode]

1. Insert the key into the starter switch and turn it to the "RUN" position.

(1) Starter Switch (A) “STOP” (B) “RUN”

(C) “START”

2. Press the user setting switch (switch 2 (1)).

3. Select the clock setting mode by pressing the display selector switch (switch 3 (2)) and the clock setting request lamp “ ” on the instrument panel lights up.

(1) User setting switch (switch 2)

(2) Display selector switch (switch 3)

(3) Clock setting request lamp

NOTE: • Press switch 3 (2) for a long time and the year, month, day, hour and minute will be selected in this order. [Setting the year]

Press switch 2 (1) and the numeric setting will be smaller. Press switch 3 (2) and the numeric setting will be larger.

Switch 2 Switch 3 2015 2017 2014 2016 2013 2015

NOTE: • While setting the clock, the clock setting request lamp on the instrument panel is blinking. [Setting the month]

Press switch 2 and the numeric setting will be smaller. Press switch 3 and the numeric setting will be larger.

Switch 2 Switch 3 10 12 9 11 8 10

[Setting the day]

Press switch 2 and the numeric setting will be smaller. Press switch 3 and the numeric setting will be larger.

Switch 2 Switch 3 09 11 08 10 07 09

[Changing the AM/PM system to the 24-hour system] Select the AM/PM system or 24-hour system by pressing switch 3.

[Setting the hour]

Press switch 2 and the numeric setting will be smaller. Press switch 3 and the numeric setting will be larger.

Switch 2 Switch 3 11 13 (or 01) 10 12 9 11

[Setting the minute]

Press switch 2 and the numeric setting will be smaller. Press switch 3 and the numeric setting will be larger.

Switch 2 Switch 3 50 52 49 51 48 50

If switch 3 is pressed for a long time, the new settings will be made. NOTE: • If the battery is disconnected, the clock setting request lamp ” ” (yellow) will blink for requesting the setting the clock. • LCD Display for Normal Operation

Fuel gauge

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Before adding fuel, be sure to stop the engine. Be sure to keep open . ame away from the machine. Otherwise a .re may result. If the fuel in the tank goes below the prescribed level, the warning lamp will . ash. If this should happen during operation, refuel as soon as possible.

(1) Fuel gauge (A) ”FULL”

(2) Remaining fuel warning lamp (B) ”EMPTY”

IMPORTANT: • If the fuel gauge indicator is near the ” ”, add fuel as soon as possible. If the indicator is near ” ” and the machine operates on a slope, the engine may run out of fuel. NOTE: • To open the fuel cap, keep the starter key inserted. Coolant Temperature Gauge

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Do not open the radiator cap during or just after operation. Hot coolant may gush out and scald you. Wait for the coolant to cool down before opening the cap. With the starter key at the ”RUN” position, the cooling water temperature is indicated.

(1) Coolant temperature gauge (A) ”HOT” (B) ”COOL” Hour-meter

Indicates the total operating hours of the machine. How the indicator works • The meter advances one hour after an hour of operation regardless of the engine rpm.

Engine tachometer

Indicates the current rpm of the engine.

NOTE: • The LCD display may be illegible when viewed from a certain angle. This is not a display failure. • LCD Display for Warning

• Engine oil pressure warning lamp

The engine oil pressure warning lamp lights up due to failure of the lubricating system with the engine running. When the starter key is turned to ”RUN” position with the engine off, this engine oil pressure lamp lights up, warning lamp blinks and when the engine starts, the lamps go out. If the lamp stays on with the engine running, stop the engine and check the engine oil level.

(1) Engine oil pressure lamp

(2) Warning lamp (red)

(3) Error code

• Battery charge lamp This battery charge lamp lights up if the charging system fails with the engine running. When the starter key is turned to ”RUN” position with the engine off, the battery charge lamp lights up, warning lamp blinks and when the engine starts, the lamps go out. If the lamp stays on with the engine running, stop the engine and check the V-belt.

• Warning Lamp The warning lamp is used to indicate broken wire, short-circuit, fuel shortage and other problems. IMPORTANT: • Do not just look at the meter, but also carry out the inspection and correction accordingly. NOTE: • The warning lamp starts .ashing in red if a serious problem occurs. If the system gets in warning signal, the warning lamp starts .ashing in yellow.

• Warnings and errors are displayed and an alarm buzzer beeps.

• Let your KUBOTA dealer inform you of details concerning care and maintenance.

(1) Warning lamp

(2) Error code

Overheat warning If the water temperature has risen too high, the water temperature warning lamp lights up and the following error code (E:015) gets displayed.

With the error code displayed, take the procedure below. 1. Bring the machine to a stop on a safe place. (Get the engine unloaded.)

2. Do not yet stop the engine, but allow it to run idle unloaded for 5 minutes or so. Then stop the engine.

3. Keep yourself away enough from the machine for another 10 minutes or while the engine is emitting steam.

4. Make sure there is no risk of getting burned. Then remove the cause of overheat, referring to “TROUBLESHOOTING”. Finally get the engine restarted.

• Checkpoints after Starting the Engine After starting the engine, but before starting operation, check the following points: 1. Put the throttle lever down and let the engine idle for approx. . ve minutes. This allows the engine lubricant to warm up and penetrate every part of the engine.

2. Once the engine has warmed up, check:

• the warning lamp ”Engine oil pressure” has gone out.

• the warning lamp ”Battery charge” goes out when engine speed is increased.

• the color of the exhaust is normal and no abnormal noises or vibrations are heard or felt.

• no .uid is leaking from pipes or hoses.

• Should any following conditions occur, stop the engine immediately.

• The engine rpm’s increases or decreases suddenly.

• Sudden abnormal noises are heard.

• Exhaust is black.

• Warning lamp for engine oil lights up during operation.

IMPORTANT: • In these cases, the excavator must be checked and serviced by your local the KUBOTA dealer. • Glow Lamp With the starter key at the ”RUN” position, the engine’s preheat status is indicated. NOTE: • When the starter switch is turned to the ”RUN” position, the engine will be preheated for a given period of time and the indicator will turn on.

• The above indication appears momentarily when the engine is started, but it does not indicate trouble. (This is because the oil charge sensor output . uctuates when the engine is started.)

• The following symbol appears momentarily as the engine starts. This is not an error.

(1) Glow lamp • Battery Charge Lamp This warning lamp lights up if the charging system fails while the engine is running. When the starter switch is turned ”ON” with the engine off, the lamp lights up, and when the engine gets started, the lamp goes out. NOTE: • If there is disconnection or failure in the charging system when the key is turned to ”RUN”, the following symbol will appear.

• Engine Oil Pressure Warning Lamp The engine oil pressure warning lamp lights up due to failure of the lubricating system with the engine running. When the starter switch is turned ”ON” with the engine off, this lamp lights up, and when the engine starts, the lamp goes out. If the lamp stays on with the engine running, stop the engine and check the engine oil level. NOTE: • If there is disconnection, failure or breakdown in the lubricating system when the key is turned to ”RUN”, the following symbol will appear.

(1) Engine oil pressure warning lamp • Checkpoints after Starting the Engine After starting the engine, but before starting operation, check two following points: 1. Put the throttle lever in "LOW" position and let the engine idle for approx. 5 minutes. This allows the engine lubricant to warm up and penetrate every part of the engine. Note: • This idling is usually called "Warm­up". 2. Once the engine has warmed up, check: • the warning lamp "Engine oil pressure" has gone out.

• the warning lamp "Battery charge" goes out when engine speed is increased.

• the colour of the exhaust is normal and no abnormal noises or vibrations are heard or felt.

• no .uid is leaking from pipes or hoses.

• Should any following conditions occur, stop the engine immediately.

• The engine rpm's increases or decreases suddenly.

• Sudden abnormal noises are heard.

• Exhaust is black.

• Alarm lamp for engine oil lights up during operation.

IMPORTANT: • In these cases, the excavator must be checked and serviced by your local KUBOTA dealer. • Precautions in case of overheat 3 CAUTION Do not open the radiator cap during and just after operation. Hot water may gush out and get you burned. Wait long enough until the radiator cools down. If by any chance cooling water gets heated up to the boiling point or over (overheated), the whistle at the reserve tank drain hose end blows. In such case, take the following steps. 1. Stop operation in a safe condition. (Disconnect the engine’s load.)

2. Do not stop the engine suddenly. Keep the engine idling under no load for about 5 minutes and turn it off.

3. Keep yourself enough away from the machine for another 10 minutes or while steam is given off.

4. Make sure there is no hazard of getting burned. Pinpoint and remove the cause of overheat, referring to “TROUBLESHOOTING”. Then get the engine restarted.

STARTING THE ENGINE UNDER COLD CONDITIONS 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Make sure that the lock lever is in the lock position during warm up. Start the engine in the following manner; 1. Pull the lock levers all the way back (lock position).

2. Turn the starter switch to the "RUN" position (glow position) and keep until the indicator lamp has gone out.

3. Move the starter switch to the "START" position; to crank and start the engine.

4. Release the starter switch after the engine has started; it will automatically return to the "RUN" position.

IMPORTANT: • Let the engine warm up after start­up for approx. 10 minutes under no load conditions. If the hydraulic . uid temperature is too low, the operations will be affected. Do not operate the excavator under full load before the engine has warmed up enough.

STOPPING THE ENGINE 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: Do not keep the bucket or dozer in the lifted position, as a person could accidently touch the levers and cause serious accidents. 1. After slowing the engine to idle, turn the key to "STOP".

2. Remove the key.

• Emergency Engine Stop Fuse 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Do not open engine hood before stopping engine. Only when engine does not stop by key, open engine hood and pull out the fuse. The engine will stop when the cap is removed and the fuse inside is pulled out. The engine can be restarted when the fuse is pushed back into its original position.

(1) Emergency engine stop fuse (A) “OPEN” (B) “PULL OUT” NOTE:

• If the engine does not stop with the key, contact your KUBOTA dealer.

STARTING WITH AN AUXILIARY BATTERY

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Battery gases can explode. Do not smoke and keep sparks and . ames away. Do not start the engine with an auxiliary battery if excavator battery is frozen. Do not connect the black jumper cable to the negative (—) terminal of the excavator battery. Observe Following Guidelines when Starting with an Auxiliary Battery 1. Bring the helping machine with the same battery voltage as near as possible to the machine. THE MACHINES MUST NOT COME IN CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER.

2. Bring the levers and pedal of both machines in the neutral position.

3. Wear eye protection and rubber gloves.

4. Remove the battery caps from both batteries. (If present)

5. Connect the terminal of the red jumper cable with the plus (+) terminal of the low battery and connect the other end of the cable to the plus (+) terminal of the auxiliary battery.

6. Connect the black negative cable to the minus (—) terminal of the auxiliary battery.

7. Connect the other end of the black cable (coming from the auxiliary battery) to the machine frame as far away as possible from the low battery.

8. Start the engine of the helping machine and let it run for a while. Start the machine with the low battery.

9. Disconnect the jumper cables in the reverse sequence.

(1) Low battery

(2) Auxiliary battery

(3) Jumper cables

IMPORTANT: • This excavator has a negative (—) earthed 12 Volt starting system.

• Only use the same voltage when using an auxiliary battery.

• Using a higher voltage will cause serious damage to the electrical system. When using an auxiliary battery, only the compatible (same) voltage is permissible.

CONTROL OBSERVATIONS DURING OPERATION • Stop the Engine immediately if: • Sudden increase or decrease in engine rpm's occurs.

• Sudden abnormal noises occur.

• Exhaust gases turn suddenly very dark.

Make following control observations during operation to be sure that everything functions normally.

RUNNING-IN OF THE NEW EXCAVATOR The operation and care of the new excavator in.uences its life span. Your new excavator has been carefully checked and tested before leaving the factory. In spite of this, all movable components must run-in during the .rst 50 work hours. Do not work with full engine rpm's and full loads during this period. It is most important to run-in your excavator properly in order to achieve its full performance and longevity. During the running-in, the following points should be adhered to in all cases. • Do not Work with Full Engine Rpm's or Full Loads during the First 50 Working Hours • Let the engine warm up suf. ciently in the cold season.

• Do not let the engine rev-up more than necessary.

• Oil Change in the Run-in Stage The lubrication oil plays a speci. c and important role during the run-in phase of the excavator. The numerous movable parts are not yet run-in, so many . ne metal particles are generated and cause damage and shorten the lifetime of many components. Pay attention to the oil-change intervals and complete them sooner than later. See the subject "REGULAR CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE WORK" for more details on the oil-change intervals. Seat Belt 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: Always use the seat belt with a ROPS/OPG (Top Guard Level I) protection structure. Adjust the seat to the optimal position and buckle up.

(1) Seat belt

STARTING 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: No persons, other than those familiar with the excavator, are allowed to use the excavator. Do not allow any person other than the operator to ride on the excavator. 1. Adjusting the Operator’s Seat • Operator's Seat

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Make sure that the seat is completely secured after each adjustment. Do not allow any person other than the driver to ride on the excavator.

(1) Knob for tilt (A) "FORWARD"

(2) Suspension adjustment (B) "BACK" lever (C) "UNLOCK"

(3)Travel adjust lever • Backrest angle adjust knob : (1) Pull up and unlock the backrest angle adjust knob (1). Reposition the backrest in Direction A or B to an optimum angle.

• Driver's weight adjustment : (2) Sit on the seat and swing the weight adjust lever (2) 90º in Direction (c). Move up or down the lever (2) several times until the arrow mark comes to the center of the weight indicator (3).

Move up the lever (2) toward G from the center (free state), and the spring force gets stronger. Move it down toward F, and the spring force gets weaker. • Travel adjustment (Horizontal) : (4) Pull up and unlock the travel adjust lever (horizontal) (4). Slide the seat back and forth to an optimum position. Make sure the seat has got locked in the desired position.

• Armrest angle adjustment : (5) Turn up or down the armrest angle adjust knob (5) to position the armrests to an appropriate angle. Turn up the knob (5) toward (d) to tilt up the armrests toward E. Turn it down toward (e) to tilt them down toward D.

2. Bring the lock lever into the "Unlock" position.

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Check safety features all around the excavator.

• Working Light Switch If the key in “RUN” position, the lights can be switched on by pressing the switch.

(1) Working light switch Night operation

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Visibility is reduced in darkness, so that the working light alone is not enough. Prepare additional lighting, observe safety rules as well as special regulations for night work. • Travel Buzzer (OPTION) When you handle the drive levers, the buzzer sounds at the same time or before the excavator starts to run.

TWO PATTERN SELECTION SYSTEM (TPSS) 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Study control lever pattern A and pattern B. Then choose the one which is most familiar Position the pattern selector lever in either the left side position of the machine (pattern A) or the right side position (pattern B). Familiarize yourself with the pattern selected by operating slowly. Pattern Change Position the pattern selector lever to the desired position.

(1) Pattern selector lever (A) Pattern A (Two Pattern Selection (B) Pattern B System: TPSS)

Lever Position Pattern A Pattern B Attachment Control Lever (Left) A B C D Boom down Boom up Swing left Swing right Arm up Arm crowd Swing left Swing right Attachment Control Lever (Right) 1 2 3 4 Arm up Arm crowd Bucket crowd Bucket dump Boom down Boom up Bucket crowd Bucket dump

OPERATION OF THE BOOM To raise the boom, pull the attachment control lever back. The boom is equipped with a cushion cylinder which helps prevents excavated material in the bucket from falling out. Low hydraulic oil temperature, (e.g. after starting the engine in cold weather) the cushioning function will be effected for a short period of time (approx. 3 to 5 seconds). This condition results from the viscosity of the hydraulic oil and is not a sign of malfunction. The cushion cylinder will operate normally as the oil warms up.

IMPORTANT: • When lowering the boom, make sure that it does not hit the dozer and that the bucket teeth do not touch the dozer.

OPERATION OF THE ARM Pull back the attachment control lever and the arm will be pulled in. To move the arm out, push the control lever towards the front. NOTE: • When pulling in the arm, the movement may stop for a short moment when the arm is in its vertical position. This is caused by the combined load of the arm and bucket moving the cylinder piston away from the hydraulic .ow causing a short delay in the cylinder action, until the .ow catches up with cylinder piston. This is a characteristic of the hydraulic system and is no sign of a malfunction.

OPERATION OF BUCKET To dig using the bucket, move the right attachment control lever from the neutral position left. Moving the control lever right, moves the bucket outwards and dumps its contents.

SWIVEL (UNIT SWING) OPERATION 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: When working in groups, always let the others know what you are going to do before you do it. Keep away from the working area. IMPORTANT: • Do not operate the left attachment control lever abruptly from right to left (or vice versa). Because of the law of inertia, this causes an impact load on the swing gear and the swing motor. Additionally, the life of the excavator will be shortened.

• Unlock the swing lock pin before doing swivel operations.

1. Move the control lever to the left and the upper structure will turn to the left.

2. Move the control lever to the right and the upper structure will turn to the right.

BOOM SWING OPERATION 1. Step on the left side of the pedal to swing the boom to the left.

2. Step on the right side of the pedal to swing the boom to the right.

BOOM SWING PEDAL 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: • Always keep your toes within the edge of foot step; otherwise there is a possibility that your toes will be caught between swing frame and boom or boom cylinder. 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • When boom swing operation is not in use, fold the boom swing pedal forward to .x the pedal from unexpected move.

OPERATION OF TRACK WIDTH CHANGE AND DOZER 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Do not operate in narrow track width [39in. (990mm)], it makes risk of the excavator tipping over, operate always in standard track width [49in. (1240mm)], except to pass through narrow space on a even ground.

• For changing the track width or using the dozer, set the track width change/ dozer select lever fully. If not, the excavator may unintentionaly move.

• Operation of the Track Width 1. Set the track width change/dozer select lever to the “Track width change” position (B).

2. Push the control lever forward. ... The track width increases [from 39in. to 49in. (990 mm to 1240 mm)]. Pull the control lever backward. ... The track width reduces [from 49in. to 39in. (1240 mm to 990 mm)].

• Adjustment of the Dozer Width For changing from standard width to narrow width: 1. Pull out the .xing pin (2) and remove the extension dozer (1).

2. Set as under illustration the extension dozer (1), insert .xing pin (2).

3. It is the same operations for opposite side (left or right), and also for changing from standard width to wide width.

• Operation of the Dozer NOTE: • While operating the dozer, the track width change / dozer select lever must be set position (A).

SERVICE PORT OPERATION This pedal is used to operate attachments such as breakers.

Max. Flow Volume Theoretical US gal (L)/min. 7.32 (27.7) Max. Pressure psi 2697 [MPa (kgf/cm2)] [18.6 (190)]

IMPORTANT: • When the service port is not used for a long period, dirt particles can settle in the lower part of the service port lines. When the plugs on the service port lines are removed to connect attachments, drain approx. 100 cc of oil per side. For breaker choices, contact your dealer. NOTE: • When the service port is not in use, fold the service port pedal forward. The pedal gets .xed and can be used as footrest.

(1) Service port pedal (A) “Fix”

DRIVING 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: Before starting the engine, make sure that no one is near the excavator. • Before operating the excavator, check the track direction. (Idler and dozer to the front of the excavator).

(A) ”Front”

Avoid travelling across a slope or working sideways on a slope.

1. To lock the swing frame with the track frame, engage the swing lock pin.

2. Adjust the engine speed from idling to an intermediate speed.

3. Unlock the lock lever for attachment control.

4. Raise the dozer and hold the bucket about 8 to 16 in. (20 to 40 cm) over the ground.

(A) 8 to 16 in. (20 to 40 cm) • Throttle Lever At the operator’s seat, 1. Move the throttle lever to the “FAST” position, and the engine speed increases.

2. To stop the engine, push the throttle lever fully to the “SLOW” position and turn the starter switch to the “STOP” position.

• Drive Levers (Right, Left) 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: • If the swing frame has been turned 180º, i.e. the dozer is, seen from the operator, “behind”, then the travel direction is opposite to the drive direction of the levers (when activating the drive lever forwards, the excavator, seen from the operator, will move backwards). Pushing the drive lever forward, moves the excavator forward, and vice-versa. The front of the excavator is the direction where the dozer is present.

(1) Drive lever (left) (A) “Forward” (2) Drive lever (right) (B) “Backward” IMPORTANT:

• If the track are clogged with sand or gravel while working on soft ground, lift up one track with the help of the boom, arm and bucket and let the track rotate to shake off the sand and gravel.

• Travel Speed Switch

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: When activating the travel speed switch, it must be pushed down completely. Travel speed will increase when the switch is pushed down. 1. Press the travel speed switch. The travel speed changes from . rst speed to second. The jsymbol lights up.

2. Press the travel speed switch again, and the travel speed changes from second to . rst. The jsymbol light goes out.

(1)Travel speed switch (2) j symbol NOTE: • Each time the travel speed switch is pressed, the travel speed is switched between .rst and second. IMPORTANT: • Do not activate the travel speed switch when there is increased drive resistance (e. g. driving on inclines or on uneven grounds).

TURNS 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Do not change direction on steep slopes, or the excavator could tip over. Before changing direction, beware of people in the working area. Pivot Turn NOTE: • Movement as illustrated shows the turning directions with the dozer in the front. When the dozer is in the back, the steering direction is reversed. (For example, push the left drive lever forward and the excavator turns right; the left track, seen from the operator, will move backward from the operator.) • Change of Direction while Stationary 1. Push the left drive lever forward; the excavator will turn to the right.

2. Pull the left drive lever backward; the excavator will turn to the left.

• Change of Direction while Travelling 1. While travelling forwards, bring the left (right) drive lever in the neutral position; the excavator will turn to the left (right).

Spin Turn When both drive levers are activated in the opposite directions, both track will rotate with the same speed but in opposite directions. Center of rotation is the center of the excavator.

UP AND DOWNHILL TRAVELLING 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Before travelling up and downhill, be sure to be in standard track width [49in. (1240mm)]. When travelling up or down a slope for long periods of time, be sure to engage the swing lock pin. Also engage the swing lock pin when standing on a slope for a long time or the excavator is being transported. While travelling uphill, keep the lower edge of the bucket approx. 8 to 16in. (20 to 40cm) above the ground. Although the KUBOTA excavator will not slip easily because of the tracks, it is safer to let the bucket slide over the ground while travelling downhill. Always choose slow speed for uphill and downhill travelling. [UPHILL TRAVELLING]

PARKING ON A SLOPE 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: When the excavator is parked or left unattended on a slope, be sure to put the bucket on the ground and place all control levers in neutral position, then brace the tracks with drags.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON EXCAVATOR OPERATION • Do not try to crush concrete or boulders using side swings with the bucket. Also avoid using side sweeps of the bucket to move earth piles.

• Under all circumstances avoid the following operations:

• Excavation using the gravitational impact of the machine.

• Compacting of gravel or soil using the dropping action of the bucket.

• Excavation using the travelling power of the machine.

• Do not try to drop or shake off soil adhering to the bucket in the manner given in the points below. This can cause damage to the machine. Adhered soil can be shaken off when the bucket is being emptied by moving the bucket out to the maximum stroke of the cylinder. Should this not suf. ce, swing out the arm as far as possible and operate the bucket back and forth.

• Do not hit the dozer with the boom cylinder! Make sure that the boom cylinder does not hit the dozer when doing deep excavation. If necessary swing around so that the dozer is in the back of the machine.

• Pay attention when pulling in the bucket! When pulling in the bucket (for driving or transportation) avoid hitting the dozer.

• Avoid collisions! When moving the excavator, pay attention that the dozer does not collide with obstructions such as boulders etc.. Such collisions shorten the life of the dozer and the cylinder substantially.

• Support the machine correctly! When stabilizing the machine with the dozer, Iower the dozer to engage the full width on the ground.

• If the water or mud level reaches higher than the top of the tracks, the swivel bearing, swivel motor gear and ring gear may be exposed to mud, water and other foreign objects. The excavator must be properly pressure washed after each use. • Thoroughly clean the area around the swivel bearing, swivel motor gear and ring gear to remove foreign objects.

• Inspect the swivel motor oil sump (if equipped) for water contamination. If water is present, refer to operator's manual for lubricant replacement procedure.

• Refer to operator's manual for proper swivel bearing, swivel motor gear and ring gear lubrication procedures.

• Reinstall any protective covering if removed earier.

3

DANGER To avoid personal injury or death:

• No directional changes should be made when the excavator is on the ramp. Should a change of direction be necessary, drive off the ramp completely and make the turn.

• When driving forwards or backwards onto the truck, or when swinging the upper body, make sure that neither the cabin or the gates of the truck will be damaged.

• When the excavator reaches the point between the ramps and the truck bed, halt and then move very slowly until the excavator reaches the horizontal position.

• Move the excavator onto the truck only with the arm completely pulled in. Otherwise the truck cabin could be damaged when swinging around the upper body.

• Do not jack up the machine using its boom to load or unload the excavator from the truck. Dangerous situation could arise.

• Transporting on a Truck

3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death: • After loading the machine on the truck, lower the bucket and dozer onto the truck bed. Lock the swing frame with the swing lock pin. Prepare a platform to load or unload the excavator. Take following steps when using ramps. 1. Apply the parking brakes of the truck, and block the drive wheels from both sides.

2. Use mounting brackets to secure the ramp properly. Connect the ramps directly to the truck bed.

3. For additional safety, use blocks or supports under the ramps and the truck bed.

4. Align the ramps and the tracks and then drive the excavator slowly up the ramps. After ensuring that the tracks are completely on the truck bed, swivel the upper body around to the back of the truck.

5. Block the tracks and wire down the excavator.

6. Before unloading, remove the swing lock pin and then raise the dozer and bucket from the truck bed.

3 DANGER To avoid personal injury or death: • The correct instructions for safe handling are described here. Read these instructions carefully before moving the machine. Make sure that the operating personnel read the operator's manual carefully. • Basics when Lifting with Cables or Straps 1. The lifting and crane operation is to be undertaken according to the guidelines described.

2. The equipment for lifting mentioned in these instructions are only given as reference, the standards concerning strength, control and other details are based on the respective applicable guidelines.

• Safety Aspects when Lifting with Cables or Straps Abide by following steps when lifting: 1. Do not lift loads that exceed the maximum load capacity of the crane.

2. Choose correct equipment suitable to the weight, size and form of the load.

3. First assess the center of gravity of the load, position the hook directly over the load and lift the load so that the center of gravity of the load is as low as possible.

4. The steel cables or straps must be . xed in the middle of the hook.

5. The load must be lifted vertically from the ground.

6. Do not enter the working area under suspended loads and do not move the load over people. The load must only be moved in an area where the balance can be easily maintained.

• Lifting Procedure for the Excavator 3 WARNING To avoid personal injury or death. • Do not use the hooks on the roof of canopy and cabin for lifting the excavator. • General guidelines for lifting 1. Lifting position. (see illustration) 1) Pull in the boom towards rear. 2) Pull in the arm completely. 3) Pull in the bucket completely. 4) Adjust the swing angle to the right end. 5) Swing frame so that dozer blade is to the rear and frame is parallel with tracks. 6) Raise the dozer blade fully. 7) Insert the swing lock pin. 2. Attaching the steel wires. 1) Always hook the excavator at three points. (one on the boom and right and left of the dozer) 2) Always use a shackle on each lifting hole when attaching the cables or straps. 3) Using protective material at all places where the cables or straps contact the machine. 4) Keep the angle between the front and rear cables or straps within. 30° (0.52 rad.). 3. Tackle Choose components having enough strength.

4. Lifting

1) Lift slowly and safely 2) Do not enter the excavator area when lifting. 3) Lift the excavator horizontally. (Modify wire connections according to needs)

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE INTERVALS

No. Checkpoints Measures Hour meter indicator Interval Ref. page 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 1000 2000 1 Fuel check Daily check 49 2 Engine oil check Daily check 50 change every 500 hrs 57 3 Hydraulic oil** check Daily check 51 change every 1000 hrs 63 4 Coolant check Daily check 49 change every 2 years 64 5 Lubrication points check Daily check 52 6 Radiator check Daily check 53 7 Battery condition check every 50 hrs 54 8 Electrical lines check Daily check, Annual servicing 53 9 Greasing of swing bearing teeth every 50 hrs 54 10 Drive unit oil change every 500 hrs 59 11 Fan belt tension adjust every 200 hrs 56 12 Radiator hoses and clamps check every 200 hrs 57 change every 2 years 64 13 Air filter element* clean every 200 hrs 55 @ change every 1000 hrs 63 14 Greasing of swing ball bearings every 200 hrs 56 15 Fuel pipes and hoses check every 200 hrs change every 2 years 59 16 Engine oil filter change every 500 hrs 58 17 Fuel filter check every 50 hrs change every 500 hrs 59 @ 18 Hydraulic return filter element change every 1000 hrs 60 19 Hydraulic suction filter element change every 1000 hrs 62 20 Front idler and track roller oil change every 2000 hrs 63 21 Dynamo and starter motor check every 2000 hrs 63 22 Radiator system rinse every 2 years 64 23 Fuel injection nozzle (Injection pressure) check every 1500 hrs 59 @ 24 Injection pump check every 3000 hrs 60 @

IMPORTANT:

• First operation • * Clean the air .lter more frequently if used in dusty conditions. With heavy soiling, replace the . lter.

** When using a hydraulic breaker, change hydraulic oil and return . lter according to the table on “Hydraulic Oil Change(Including Exchange of the Suction Filter in the Hydraulic Tank)” under “EVERY 1000 SERVICE HOURS” in “REGULAR CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE WORK”.

• The items listed above (@ marked) are registered as emission related critical parts by KUBOTA in the U.S.EPA nonroad emission regulation. As the engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance on the engine according to the above instruction. Please see the Warranty Statement in detail.

DAILY CHECKS For your own safety and to assure the long life of your machine, a careful check should be made before each operation. • Coolant Check 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Move the excavator to even ground. Make sure that the engine is turned off. Do not open the radiator cap right after the engine has been stopped; Serious burns can occur from contact with escaping hot coolant . uid. Check the coolant level in the reserve tank only after the engine has cooled down. Remove the radiator cap only if absolutely necessary. The radiator has a reserve tank. Should the coolant level in the radiator sink, the water will be automatically be transfered to the radiator. Check the coolant level in the reserve tank and .ll up if necessary. The coolant level should be between the marks “FULL” and “LOW”.

(1) Reserve tank (A) “FULL” (B) “LOW” IMPORTANT:

Do not .ll the reserve tank over the “FULL” marking. Do not .ll with dirty or salty water. NOTE: Before delivery coolant were . lled with 50 % water and 50 % antifreeze. • Check Fuel Level

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Stop the engine and remove the key before fuelling. Do not smoke while fuelling. IMPORTANT: • Temperatures over –5ºC, use No.2-D diesel fuel, temperatures are under –5ºC, use No.1-D diesel fuel.

• Make sure that the fuel tank is not empty. Air will enter into the fuel system, and must be purged before restarting.

• Always .ll up fuel after a day's work.

• See “PURGING OF THE FUEL SYSTEM” in “OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND REPLACEMENTS”.

If the fuel in the tank goes below the prescribed level, the warning lamp will . ash. If this should happen during operation, refuel as soon as possible.

If necessary, open the tank cap with the starter key, and add fuel.

NOTE: • The gauge is located next to the oil . lling port. When the fuel tank gets nearly full (about 2 liters more to full), the gauge needle starts moving up to "F" (Full). Use this gauge to avoid an over. ow. IMPORTANT: • Fuel tank cap has an air breather. Make sure to clean the air breather when . lling up fuel. If the air breather is clogged with mud, the fuel tank gets under-pressurized.

• Check Engine Oil Level

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Stop the engine and remove the key before checking the oil level. Insert the engine oil dipstick fully into the prepared opening, remove again and check the oil level; if necessary . ll with oil. The machine must be on level ground when checking the oil level.

(1) Oil . lling port

IMPORTANT: • Use engine oil with the correct viscosity. (according the outside temperature)

• After stopping the engine and removing the key, wait .ve minutes, then check oil level. (Excavator must be on level ground.)

• Check Hydraulic Oil Level

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: First lower all attachments on the ground then stop the engine and remove the key. IMPORTANT: • Before .lling oil, wipe away all sand and dust from around the oil port. Make sure you use an identical type of hydraulic . uid.

• The excavator has been . lled with hydraulic .uid before delivery. See “RECOMMENDED OILS”. (Do not mix different oils!)

1. Park the excavator on a . rm, . at and level surface. Adjust the swing angle to the center. Pull in the arm completely. Pull in the bucket completely. Lower the attachments and dozer blade to the ground and stop the engine. Track width increases [16 in. (1240 mm)].

2. Check the oil level as to whether it lies on the center of the gauge at normal temperature (10 to 30ºC).

3. Enough oil is present if the oil level lies between the markings.

4. Should the oil level be too low, . ll oil through the oil port before starting the engine. This step is important for the protection of the hydraulic system.

(1) Speci.ed oil level

(2) Tank cap

• Checking water separator 1. Open the engine bonnet.

2. When the separated water is being drained, the red .oat moves upward. When the red .oat has reached the indication line, close the shutoff-valve so that no fuel can run out. Now loosen the ring nut, remove the cup, empty the cup and clean the cup.

3. Place the cup back into position. Bleed the fuel system.

4. Finally, do not forget to open the shutoff-valve.

(1) Ring nut (A) “Open” (2) Float (B) “Closed” (3) Cup (4) shutoff-valve (5) Indication line

• Lubrication Points

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • First lower all attachments on the ground then stop the engine and remove the key.

• While greasing, take care not to step on the bucket teeth.

• When doing excavation work in water, generously grease the following points. After ending work, grease again.

Grease the marked grease . ttings shown by arrows in the illustration below. 1. Boom bottom linkage ................ 1 place

2. Arm bottom linkage ................... 1 place

3. Boom cylinder boss ................... 2 places

4. Arm cylinder boss ...................... 2 places

5. Bucket cylinder boss .................. 1 place

6. Bucket link pin ............................ 3 places

7. Arm cylinder pin ......................... 1 place

8. Boom swing fulcrum ................. 2 places

9. Swing cylinder boss ................... 2 places

10. Dozer cylinder boss ....................2 places

11. Dozer linkage boss ..................... 2 places

• Check Radiator and Oil Cooler

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Always stop the engine and remove the key before checking the radiator and the oil cooler.

• Wear eye protection when cleaning with compressed air.

1. Check if the .ns and ribs are clogged. If so clean with compressed air or steam.

2. Check the rubber hoses for damage and replace if cracked or old. Check if the hose clamps are tight enough.

(1) Rubber hoses

(2) Clamps

IMPORTANT: • Radiator and oil cooler .ns and ribs must be clean in order not to overheat the engine and allow free .ow of air through the cooling elements. • Cleaning of Engine and Electrical Wiring

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Always stop the engine and remove the key before cleaning the wiring, cables and engine. Before starting, check whether . ammable substances have gathered on the battery, the cables and wiring, the muf.er or on the engine. If so, remove thoroughly. • Checking the Electrical Circuit Check the electrical circuitry for disconnections, shorts or loose terminals. • Washing the Whole Machine IMPORTANT: • Do not wash the excavator with the engine running. Water could enter the air .lter and damage the engine. Make sure that the air .lter is kept dry.

EVERY 50 SERVICE HOURS Battery Charging 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: When the battery is being activated, hydrogen and oxygen gases in the battery are extremely explosive. Keep open sparks and . ames away from the battery at all times, especially when charging the battery. When charging battery, remove battery vent plugs. When disconnecting the cable from the battery, start with the negative terminal . rst. When connecting the cable to the battery, start with the positive terminal . rst. Do not check battery charge by placing a metal object across the terminals. Use a voltmeter or hydrometer. 1. Make sure each electrolyte level is to the bottom of vent wells, if necessary add distilled water in a well-ventilated area.

2. The water in the electrolyte evaporates during recharging. Liquid shortage damages the battery. Excessive liquid spills over and damages the excavator body.

3. To slow charge the battery, connect the battery positive terminal to the charge positive terminal and the negative to the negative, then recharge in the standard fashion.

4. A boost charge is only for emergencies. It will partially charge the battery at a high rate and in a short time. When using a boost-charged battery, it is necessary to recharge the battery as early as possible. Failure to do this will shorten the battery’s service life.

5. When the speci.c gravity of electrolyte falls between 1.27 and 1.29 charge has completed.

6. When exchanging an old battery for a new one, use a battery of equal speci. cation.

• Greasing of Swing Bearing Teeth 1. Pump greace with the grease gun through the grease . tting.

2. Grease at each 90º (1.58 rad.) position of the swing frame.

3. Fill with approx. 50g of grease (approx. 20 pumps with the grease gun). Distribute the grease over the teeth.

• Inspection and Cleaning of the Air Filter Element Open the engine bonnet and remove the dust-cover. Take out only outer element, clean the element, case interior and reassemble. During reassembly, take care to install the dust-cover so that its TOP mark (arrow) faces up-wards. Do not remove the inner element. IMPORTANT : Should the machine be used in extremely dusty areas, the air .lter element must be inspected and cleaned more frequently than in the speci. ed maintenance periods. The air .lter has a dry element, keep free from oil. Do not run the engine without the air . lter.

3 • Air Filter Maintenance CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Wear eye protection.

• Cleaning with compressed air Pressure of compressed air must be under 30 psi (205 kPa, 2.1 kgf/cm2) and the cartridge should be blown clean from the inside to the outside until the dust deposits are remarkably reduced.

IMPORTANT: • If the air suction is still inadequate, or the colour of the exhaust gases is abnormal even after the cleaning, the air . lter element must be replaced. EVERY 200 SERVICE HOURS Do all 50 and 100 hour servicing at the same time. • Greasing of the Swing Bearing 1. Grease through the respective grease . tting.

2. Grease at each 90º (1.58 rad.) position of the swing frame. Using the grease gun, apply 5 shots at every position.

EVERY 250 SERVICE HOURS Do all 50 hour servicing at the same time. • Checking the Fan Belt Tension

• Check and adjustment of the fan belt tension

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: First stop the engine and remove the key. After servicing, make sure to replace the belt cover in its original position. 1. Press the fan belt down in the middle, with a force of approx. 98N (10kgf). The belt tension is correct if it de. ects about 0.3in. (8mm). If otherwise, loosen bolt (1) and (2) and shift the dynamo in the direction shown by the arrow. 2. Replace the fan belt if worn out, cracked or torn.

IMPORTANT: • If the engine is run with a loose fan belt, the belt could slip and cause overheating of the engine or insuf. cient battery charging. Check fan belt tension regularly.

• Should the fan belt break or jump out, the indicator light for battery charge will light up. Stop the engine and remove the key immediately.

• Checking the Radiator Hoses

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: • Wait long enough for the radiator coolant to cool down. Check the water hoses for proper . xation. This check should be carried out every 250 hours or every 6 months, whichever comes . rst. 1. Should the hose clamps become loose or water leaks, tighten the hose clamps properly.

2. Should the radiator hoses become swollen, aged or cracked, they must be replaced and the hose clamps tightened again properly.

EVERY 500 SERVICE HOURS Do all 50, 100 and 250 hour servicing at the same time. • Engine Oil Change

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: First stop the engine then remove the key and wait long enough for the oil to cool down. 1. Remove the drain plug on the underside of the engine and drain all oil.

2. Re-tighten the drain plug.

(1) Engine oil dipstick (A) Required level 4. Let the engine idle for approx. 5 min. Check the engine oil level. To check the engine oil level, insert the engine oil dipstick completely into the respective port opening and pull out again. If the oil level lies between both markings, no oil must be added. IMPORTANT: • Regardless of the service hours, an engine oil change is due every six months.

• Replacing Engine Oil Filter 1. Replace the oil .lter cartridge at the same time as doing engine oil change.

2. Remove the cartridge with the supplied . lter wrench.

(1) Oil . lter cartridge 3. Oil the O-ring of the new oil . lter cartridge lightly. Then tighten the oil . lter cartridge by hand.

4. Fill engine oil to the speci. ed level.

5. Let the engine run for approx. 5 min. and make sure that the engine oil indicator light does not light up. Then stop the engine and remove the key.

6. The engine oil level will sink parallel to the oil .lter capacity after the engine is started. It is necessary to add oil.

IMPORTANT: • Always check the oil level when replacing the . lter. • Drive unit Oil Change (First Oil Change at 100 hours)

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Lower attachments to the ground, stop the engine and remove the key before undertaking the oil change. 1. Rotate the track so that the drain plug of the drive unit is in the bottom position.

2. Remove the drain plug to let the oil run out. Screw in and tighten the drain plug again and .ll with gear oil through the oil check port.

3. Fill oil until it over.ows out of the oil check port.

Oil change - .rst oil change after 100 hrs

- then every 500 hrs - or at least once a year

4. Use prescribed gear oil SAE 90.

• Replacing of Fuel Filter

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Keep . re away. 1. Close the shutoff-valve of the water separator. Remove the .lter with the supplied . fter wrench.

2. Add fuel to the new . lter before installing.

3. Apply a light .lm of fuel to the seal of the new .lter and turn in tightly by hand.

• Replacing Hydraulic Return Filter Element (.rst replacement after 250 service hours)

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Remove the oil . lter only after the oil in the hydraulic tank has cooled down. Contact your KUBOTA dealer for details.

• Battery Service 3 DANGER To avoid the possibility of a battery explosion: For re. llable type battery, follow the instructions below. Do not use or charge the re.llable type battery if the . uid level is below the LOWER (lower limit level) mark. Otherwise, the battery component parts may prematurely deteriorate, which may shorten the battery's service life or cause an explosion. Check the . uid level regularly and add distilled water as required so that the .uid level is between the UPPER and LOWER levels. 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Batteries contain sulphuric acid which can cause severe burns. Avoid all contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote - External: Rinse with plenty of water. Internal: Drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg or vegetable oil. Call a physician immediately. Eyes: Rinse with plenty of water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical attention. Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Before inspection or dismounting the battery, be sure to turn of the engine and turn the starter switch to the "OFF" position. When removing the battery, always disconnect the negative ground cable . rst. The reverse when installing a battery, always connect the ground cable last. This prevents a possible explosion caused by sparks. Always wear eye protection when working with the battery. 1. Check the battery .uid level and add distilled water if necessary.

2. Clean the battery caps (ventilation holes).

• Draining water of the Fuel Tank

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Before draining water of the fuel tank, be sure to stop the engine and remove the key. Do not smoke during inspection. 1. Remove the drain plug on the underside of the body and drain water.

2. Re-tighten the dran plug.

EVERY 1000 SERVICE HOURS Do all 50, 100, 200, 250 and 500 hour servicing at the same time. • Cleaning of the Pipe . lter of the Hydraulic Pilot System Dust and dirt collect on the concave side of the . lter. Clean the .lter by letting hydraulic oil . ow through from the convex side.

(A) Oil • Hydraulic Oil Change (Including Replacing of the Suction Filter in the Hydraulic Tank)

3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Wait long enough for the hydraulic .uid to cool down. Then begin with the change of the hydraulic . uid. 1. Move the excavator to a level ground and stop the engine. Extend the piston rods of the cylinders halfway out and lower the bucket on the ground.

2. Remove the drain plug on the underside of the hydraulic tank and drain the oil.

(1) Cover

(2) Suction . lter

(3) Drain plug

5. Retighten the drain plug.

6. Fill oil through the oil .lling opening on the top side of the tank.

7. Let the engine run for approx. 5 min. and check the oil level again.

Hydraulic 3.44 US gal (13 L) tankHydraulic oil volumes Whole oil 5.55 US gal (21 L) volumes

• Hydraulic Oil Check with Hydraulic Breakers The hydraulic oil change after 1000 operating hours in the operator's manual is based on normal excavator work. Following inspection measures are valid when hydraulic breakers are used: 1. Changing and .lling up of hydraulic oil 1) The hydraulic oil must be changed more often when breakers are used because the machine is subject to harder conditions than at normal excavating work. 2) Use only the recommended oils mentioned in the operator's manual when changing or . ll oil. 3) When .lling up oil, do not mix oils of different makes. 2. Changing the return .lter and oil 1) The .lter must be changed more often because of contamination resulting from the frequent assembly and disassembly of the hoses. 2) Use the correct replacement . lter. 3) Oil change according to operating hours.

Hydraulic oil Return Filter Normal excavator work every 1000 Hrs. every 500 Hrs. (250Hrs. after first operation) Breaker work portion 20% every 800 Hrs. every 200 Hrs. 40% every 400 Hrs. 60% every 300 Hrs. every 100 Hrs. more every 200 Hrs.

EVERY 1000 SERVICE HOURS OR ONCE A YEAR • Replacing Air Filter Element Open the engine bonnet and remove the dust-cover. Remove and replace the outer element and inner element with new elements. When reassembling, install the dust-cover so that its TOP mark (arrow) faces up-wards.

(1) Outer element

(2) Inner element

(3) Dust-cover

(4) Clamps

IMPORTANT: • Shorten the replacement period if the machine is used in dusty or sandy areas. EVERY 2000 SERVICE HOURS Do all 50, 200, 250, 500 and 1000 hour servicing at the same time. • Chang Front Idler and Track Roller Oil NOTE: Contact your KUBOTA dealer for details. • Check the Dynamo and Starter Motor NOTE: Contact your KUBOTA dealer for details.

ANNUAL SERVICING • Electrical Wiring and Fuses Check the terminals periodically for proper connections. Loose wiring or damaged cables can cause improper functioning or short circuiting of the electrical system. Check wiring and replace damaged components immediately. If a fuse blows out soon after having been replaced, contact your nearest KUBOTA dealer. Never use a fuse other than speci. ed.

BIENNIAL SERVICING 3 CAUTION To avoid personal injury: Do not loosen the radiator cap before the radiator has cooled down suf. ciently. Then only loosen the cap and allow enough time for the pressure in the system to be released. Now remove the cap completely. • Replacement of Radiator Hoses Replace radiator hoses and hose clamps ever two years. If the hoses are swollen, hard or cracked, they must be replaced earlier.

• Changing Radiator Coolant (In case of long-life coolant . uid) S