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Recommended lubricants 160 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Recommended lubricants
System Oil grade Recommended viscosity at varying ambient temperatures
°C -30 -20 -10 0 +10 +20 +30 +40 +50
°F -22 -4 +14 +32 +50 +68 +86 +104 +122

Engine Engine oil SAE 5W/30


SAE 10W/30
*SAE 15W/40

SAE 30
SAE 40

Track reduction Gear oil (With EP additive) *SAE90


gearbox API GL4 or GL5 SAE140
Slew ring gear Gear oil (With EP additive) *SAE90
API GL4 or GL5 SAE140
Slew ring gear (Bath Grease Multi purpose EP-grease NLGl 2
and Ball)
Hydraulic system Hydraulic oil (Anti-wear ISO VG32 HV
hydraulic oil with high ISO VG46 HV
viscosity index 160 or more)
ISO VG68 HV
Pin and bushing Grease (Multi purpose EP- *ISO-L-XBCFB2
grease NLGI 2)
Fuel tank Diesel fuel ASTM D975
No.1
*ASTM D975 No.2
Cooling system Volvo Coolant VCS Volvo Coolant VCS should be used only
Air conditioner Refrigerant HFC R134a
system

°C -30 -20 -10 0 +10 +20 +30 +40 +50


°F -22 -4 +14 +32 +50 +68 +86 +104 +122

* : Installed at factory.
NOTE!
When starting the engine in an ambient temperature of lower than 0°C, be sure to use engine oil of SAE 10W, SAE 10W-30
and SAE 15W-40, even though the ambient temperature goes up to 10°C more or less in the day time.

NOTE!
The fuel should at least meet the legal requirement, and national and international standards for marketed fuels, for
example : EN590 (with nationally adapted temperature requirements), ASTM D975 No 1-D and No 2-D, JIS KK 2204.

NOTE!
The content of Volvo coolant must not be less than 40% of the total mixture.
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Specification, filling 160 Service Information 2014/6/11
capacities
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Specification, filling capacities


Refill capacities

Reservoir Kind of fluid Approximate refill capacities


Liters (US gal)
Engine oil pan with filter Engine oil 25 (6.61)
Hydraulic oil tank Hydraulic oil 160 (42.3)
Hydraulic system, total Hydraulic oil 285 (75.3)
Slew gearbox Gear oil 6.0 (1.7)
(SN: 10001~17232, 20001~20728,
30000~31519)
Slew gearbox Gear oil 8.6 (2.3)
(SN: 17233~20000, 20729~30000, 31520~)
Track gearbox Gear oil 5.8 (1.5)
Fuel tank Diesel fuel LC: 350 (92.5)
NLC: 335 (89)
Slew ring gear Grease 17 (4.5)
Pin and bushing Grease -
Cooling system Coolant 27.5 (7.3)
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Specification, filling 160 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Specification, filling capacities


Refill capacities

Reservoir Kind of fluid Approximate refill capacities


Liters (US gal)
Engine oil pan with filter Engine oil 25 (6.61)
Hydraulic oil tank Hydraulic oil 160 (42.3)
Hydraulic system, total Hydraulic oil 285 (75.3)
Slew gearbox Gear oil 8.6 (2.3)
Track gearbox Gear oil 5.8 (1.5)
Fuel tank Diesel fuel LC: 350 (92.5)
NLC: 335 (89)
Slew ring gear Grease 20 (5.3)
Pin and bushing Grease -
Cooling system Coolant 32 (8.45)
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Engine oil 160 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Engine oil
Engine coil changing interval

Sulphur content in the fuel


Oil grade < 0.3 % 0.3 % - 0.5 % > 0.5 %
Oil changing interval
Volvo Ultra Diesel Engine Oil or 500 hours 250 hours 125 hours
VDS-3 or
VDS-2 + ACEA-E7 or
VDS-2 + API CI-4 or
VDS-2 + EO-N Premium Plus
ACEA: E9 125 hours 75 hours 50 hours
API: CJ-4

 ACEA: European Automobile Manufacturers Association


 API: American Petroleum Institute
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Warranty inspection 172 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Warranty inspection
It is important that the machine is checked further during the initial run-in time, and that's why two warranty inspections
shall be performed. The first at 100 operating hours, the second at 1000 operating hours.
Times for these inspections may change without special notice from Volvo Construction Equipment.
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Warranty inspection 100 172 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Warranty inspection 100 hours


Op nbr 172-002

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

3. 173 Washer fluid level, check

4. 173 Engine, oil level, check

5. 173 Coolant level, check

6. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

7. 173 Water separator, check/drain

8. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

9. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, clean

10. 173 Battery condition, check

11. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

12. 173 Coolant's freezing point, check

13. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

14. 173 Swing gearbox oil level, check

15. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

16. 173 Track tension/condition, check

17. 173 Track gearbox oil level, check

18. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

19. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), oil, check

20. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Warranty inspection 1000 172 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Warranty inspection 1000 hours


Op nbr 172-004

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 MATRIS, reading, export reading

3. 173 VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off

4. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

5. 173 Washer fluid level, check

6. 173 Coolant level, check

7. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

8. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

9. 173 Fuel filter, change

10. 173 Water separator filter element, change

11. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

12. 173 Hydraulic oil servo filter, change

13. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, clean

14. 173 Battery condition, check

15. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

16. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

17. 173 Hydraulic oil return filter, changing

18. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

19. 173 Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean

20. 173 Air conditioner main filter, clean

21. 173 Air conditioner main filter, change

22. 173 Cab, prefilter, clean

23. 173 Cab, prefilter, replace


24. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

25. 173 Swing gearbox oil level, check

26. 173 Swing motor gearbox, changing oil

27. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

28. 173 Swing bath grease, check

29. 173 Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate

30. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

31. 173 Track tension/condition, check

32. 173 Track gearbox oil level, check

33. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

34. 173 Hydraulic pressure, check

35. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

36. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

37. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Periodic maintenance 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Periodic maintenance
Recommended periodic maintenance must always be performed as stipulated to keep the machine in excellent operating
condition to ensure safe operation.
Improper lubrication, maintenance and operation of the machine can be dangerous and cause injury or death to you or
other persons on the jobsite.
NOTE!
Refer to the operator’s manual for detailed information on periodic maintenance.
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Condition test and 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Condition test and maintenance program


In addition to actions described in the maintenance program in this manual, an authorized brand name workshop can offer a
maintenance system. The maintenance system is based on condition tests that provide information on the machine's general
condition.
More information about these systems can be obtained from the nearest authorized brand name workshop.
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Maintenance service, daily


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Op nbr 173-002

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

3. 173 Washer fluid level, check

4. 173 Coolant level, check

5. 173 Water separator, check/drain

6. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

7. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), oil, check

8. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Maintenance service, every 50 hours


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Op nbr 173-004

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

3. 173 Washer fluid level, check

4. 173 Engine, oil level, check

5. 173 Coolant level, check

6. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

7. 173 Water separator, check/drain

8. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

9. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

10. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), oil, check

11. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
250 hours
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Maintenance service, every 250 hours


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Op nbr 173-007

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

3. 173 Washer fluid level, check

4. 173 Engine, oil level, check

5. 173 Coolant level, check

6. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

7. 173 Water separator, check/drain

8. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, clean

9. 173 Battery condition, check

10. 173 Cab, prefilter, clean

11. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

12. 173 Swing gearbox oil level, check

13. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

14. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

15. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

16. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

17. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Maintenance service, every 500 hours


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Op nbr 173-010

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

3. 173 Washer fluid level, check

4. 173 Coolant level, check

5. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

6. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

7. 173 Fuel filter, change

8. 173 Water separator filter element, change

9. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

10. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, clean

11. 173 Battery condition, check

12. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

13. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

14. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

15. 173 Air conditioner main filter, clean

16. 173 Cab, prefilter, clean

17. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

18. 173 Swing gearbox oil level, check

19. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

20. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

21. 173 Track tension/condition, check

22. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

23. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change


24. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Maintenance service, every 1000 hours


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Op nbr 173-012

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 MATRIS, reading, export reading

3. 173 VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off

4. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

5. 173 Washer fluid level, check

6. 173 Coolant level, check

7. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

8. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

9. 173 Fuel filter, change

10. 173 Water separator filter element, change

11. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

12. 173 Hydraulic oil servo filter, change

13. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, clean

14. 173 Battery condition, check

15. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

16. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

17. 173 Hydraulic oil return filter, changing

18. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

19. 173 Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean

20. 173 Air conditioner main filter, change

21. 173 Cab, prefilter, replace

22. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

23. 173 Swing motor gearbox, changing oil


24. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

25. 173 Swing bath grease, check

26. 173 Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate

27. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

28. 173 Track tension/condition, check

29. 173 Track gearbox oil level, check

30. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

31. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

32. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

33. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Maintenance service, every 2000 hours


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Op nbr 173-014

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 MATRIS, reading, export reading

3. 173 VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off

4. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

5. 173 Washer fluid level, check

6. 173 Coolant level, check

7. 173 Hydraulic oil level, check

8. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

9. 173 Fuel filter, change

10. 173 Water separator filter element, change

11. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

12. 173 Fuel tank air ventilation filter, change

13. 173 Hydraulic oil servo filter, change

14. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, change

15. 173 Battery condition, check

16. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

17. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

18. 173 Hydraulic oil return filter, changing

19. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

20. 173 Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean

21. 173 Hydraulic tank breather filter, change

22. 173 Hydraulic system, changing oil

23. 173 Valve clearance, check/adjust


24. 173 Coolant's freezing point, check

25. 173 Air conditioner main filter, change

26. 173 Cab, prefilter, replace

27. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

28. 173 Swing motor gearbox, changing oil

29. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

30. 173 Swing bath grease, check

31. 173 Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate

32. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

33. 173 Track tension/condition, check

34. 173 Track gearbox oil, change

35. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

36. 173 Hydraulic pressure, check

37. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

38. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), filter insert, clean

39. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

40. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
4000 hours
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Maintenance service, every 4000 hours


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Op nbr 173-018

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 MATRIS, reading, export reading

3. 173 VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off

4. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

5. 173 Washer fluid level, check

6. 173 Coolant level, check

7. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

8. 173 Fuel filter, change

9. 173 Water separator filter element, change

10. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

11. 173 Fuel tank air ventilation filter, change

12. 173 Hydraulic oil servo filter, change

13. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, change

14. 173 Air cleaner secondary filter, change

15. 173 Battery condition, check

16. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

17. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

18. 173 Hydraulic oil return filter, changing

19. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

20. 173 Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean

21. 173 Hydraulic tank breather filter, change

22. 173 Hydraulic system, changing oil

23. 173 Valve clearance, check/adjust


24. 173 Coolant's freezing point, check

25. 173 Air conditioner main filter, change

26. 173 Cab, prefilter, replace

27. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

28. 173 Swing motor gearbox, changing oil

29. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

30. 173 Swing bath grease, check

31. 173 Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate

32. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

33. 173 Track tension/condition, check

34. 173 Track gearbox oil, change

35. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

36. 173 Hydraulic pressure, check

37. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

38. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), filter insert, clean

39. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

40. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Maintenance service, every 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
6000 hours
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Maintenance service, every 6000 hours


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Op nbr 173-022

1. 173 Test-run and check

2. 173 MATRIS, reading, export reading

3. 173 VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off

4. 173 The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages

5. 173 Washer fluid level, check

6. 173 Engine, oil and filter, change.

7. 173 Fuel filter, change

8. 173 Water separator filter element, change

9. 173 Fuel tank sediment, drain

10. 173 Fuel tank air ventilation filter, change

11. 173 Hydraulic oil servo filter, change

12. 173 Air cleaner primary filter, change

13. 173 Battery condition, check

14. 173 Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.

15. 173 Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning

16. 173 Hydraulic oil return filter, changing

17. 173 Hydraulic oil drain filter, change

18. 173 Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean

19. 173 Hydraulic tank breather filter, change

20. 173 Hydraulic system, changing oil

21. 173 Valve clearance, check/adjust

22. 173 Coolant's freezing point, check

23. 173 Coolant, change


24. 173 Air conditioner main filter, change

25. 173 Cab, prefilter, replace

26. 173 Lubrication, see lubrication chart

27. 173 Swing motor gearbox, changing oil

28. 173 Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate

29. 173 Swing bath grease, check

30. 173 Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate

31. 173 Track shoe bolts, check

32. 173 Track tension/condition, check

33. 173 Track gearbox oil, change

34. 173 Loose and loss of bolts, check

35. 173 Hydraulic pressure, check

36. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil, change

37. 173 Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), filter insert, clean

38. 173 X1 return filter (optional equipment), change

39. 173 Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.
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Test-run and check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Test-run and check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1. Start and stop function (including preheating function)

2. Instruments

3. Lighting

4. Direction indicators

5. Hazard flasher

6. Wipers

7. Washers

8. Horn

9. Rear view mirror

10. Decal/Plates and reflectors

11. Warning system

12. Tanks, hoses and pipes, check for leaks, clamping and scuffing

13. Climate control systems, check function

14. Access routes for maintenance


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MATRIS, reading, export 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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MATRIS, reading, export reading


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure


Matris read-off is performed to follow up the machine's history

1.

Figure 1
Service equipment connection, location behind the seat to the left.

1. Cover

Pull out cover (1) from the service socket.

2. Connect the Matris equipment to service socket and check the machine history.

3. Export the machine information.


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VCADS Pro, logged errors, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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VCADS Pro, logged errors, read off


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1.

Figure 1
Service equipment connection, location behind the seat to the Left.

1. Cover

Pull out cover (1) from the service socket.

2. Connect the VCADS Pro-computer to service socket and read out logged errors.
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The machine, check for 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
external damages, cracks
and wear damages
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The machine, check for external damages, cracks and wear damages
Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Check the superstructure, undercarriage and attachment are free from external damages, crack and wear damages.
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Washer fluid level, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Washer fluid level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the side door on the left side of the machine.

2. Check the washer fluid level


Add washer fluid as needed.

Figure 1
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Engine, oil level, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Engine, oil level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the engine hood.

2. Pull out the dipstick and wipe it with a clean cloth.

Figure 1

1. Dipstick
2. Engine oil filler port

3. Push it in and pull it out again.

4. Check the oil level and refill to proper oil through the filler port If the oil level is low.
NOTE!
Engine Oil capacity : See 030 Specification, filling capacities.
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Coolant level, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Coolant level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the engine hood of the machine.

2. Inspect the coolant level in the expansion tank. The level should be between the MAX and MIN marks on the
expansion tank.

Figure 1
Checking, coolant level
NOTE!
The coolant level should be checked after the engine has been run until warm and then cooled down.

NOTE!
Cooling system refill capacity : See 030 Specification, filling capacities.
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Hydraulic oil level, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Hydraulic oil level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Park the machine on the firm and level ground.

2. Place the machine in service position C. See 091 Service positions.

Figure 1

3. Move the control lockout lever down to lock the system securely and stop the engine.

4. Move the left and right operating lever with full stroke in all directions to release residual pressure trapped in the
hydraulic circuits.

5. Check the oil level in the sight gauge.

Figure 2

NOTE!
If the level is between lower limit line and upper limit line of the gauge, the level is correct.

NOTE!
If the level is low, open the cover on the tank and add hydraulic oil.

NOTE!
Hydraulic tank service refill capacity : See 030 Specification, filling capacities.
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Engine, changing oil and 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
filter
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Engine, changing oil and filter


Op nbr 173-059

9996672 Oil filter wrench

Draining

NOTICE
Always handle oils and other environmentally hazardous fluids in an environmentally safe manner.

NOTE!
Drain the oil when the engine is warm.

WARNING
Work carefully when changing oil as hot oil can cause severe burns to unprotected skin.

1. Start the engine and warm it for two minutes.

2. Open the cover and the oil drain valve cap , install the engine oil drain hose and then allow the oil to drain from the
engine into a suitable collection container.
NOTE!
Dispose of waste oil and used oil filters in an environmentally safe manner.

Figure 1
Engine oil, drain

1. Cover
2. Oil drain valve cap
3. Engine oil drain hose

3. Open the side door on the right side of the machine.

4. Change the oil filter using a 9996672 Oil filter wrench, fill the new oil filter with engine oil.
Clean the filter housing base. Make sure all of the old filter gasket is removed.
NOTE!
Apply a light coat of the engine oil to the gasket of the new filter.

Screw the filter in place until the gasket just touches the sealing surface. Tighten another 1/2 turn by hand.

Figure 2
Engine oil filter, changing

Filling

5. Fill the engine oil through the engine oil filler port

Figure 3
Engine oil, filling

1. Dipstick gauge
2. Engine oil filler port

6. Warm up the engine and check that there is no oil leakage.

7. Check the oil level on the dipstick.


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Fuel filter, change 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
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Fuel filter, change


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

9996671 Oil filter wrench

A reduction in engine power can be caused by a clogged fuel filter. If the filter becomes clogged quickly, check fuel for
contamination and clean fuel tank if necessary.

1. Place the machine in the service position B. See 091 Service positions

2. Loosen the fuel filter with a 9996671 Oil filter wrench, and remove.

Figure 1
Removal, filter

3. Clean the sealing surface of the filter head.

4. Lightly oil the rubber seal of the new filter, or moisten with diesel fuel.

5. Screw on the filter by hand until the seal makes contact, then tighten another half turn.

6. Perform the air bleeding operation. See 233 Fuel system, bleeding
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Water separator filter 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
element, change
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Water separator filter element, change


Op nbr

9996671 Oil filter wrench


11666167 Disassembly tool

This is part of other procedure.


NOTE!
A reduction in engine power can be caused by a clogged fuel filter. if the filter becomes clogged quickly, check fuel for
contamination and clean fuel tank if necessary.

1. Disconnect the wire harness connector.

Figure 1

1. Wire harness connector


2. Drain valve
3. Bowl

2. Loosen the drain valve to drain the sediment from the water separator bowl.

3. Loosen the bowl with a 9996671 Oil filter wrench, and remove.

4. Loosen the fuel filter with a 11666167 Disassembly tool, and remove.

5. Clean the sealing surface of the filter head.

6. Lightly oil the rubber seal of the new filter, or moisten with diesel fuel.

7. Screw on the filter by hand until the seal makes contact, then tighten another half turn.

8. Screw on the filter bowl by hand until the seal makes contact, then tighten another half turn.
9. Perform air bleeding operation. See 233 Fuel system, bleeding.
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Fuel tank sediment, drain 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Fuel tank sediment, drain


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Swing machine to the right about 45°~60°.

2. Open the drain valve and allow the water and sediment to drain into a suitable container.
NOTE!
The fuel tank drain valve is located underneath the fuel tank.

Figure 1

NOTE!
Dispose of drained fluids according to local regulations.
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Fuel tank air ventilation 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
filter, change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Fuel tank air ventilation filter, change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Remove the screws and the fuel tank air ventilation filter cap.

Figure 1

1. Screw
2. Air ventilation filter cap

2. Remove the clamping screw and the fuel tank air ventilation filter

Figure 2

1. Clamping screw
2. Air ventilation filter

3. Install a new fuel tank air ventilation filter with rubber connector.
Figure 3

1. Air ventilation filter


2. Rubber connector

4. Install the clamping screw and the fuel tank air ventilation filter cap.
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Hydraulic oil servo filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil servo filter, change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure


NOTE!
Replace the element for the servo hydraulic filter after the first 500 hours and then every 1000 hours.

1. Open the side door on the left side of the machine.

2. Place a container under the filter. Remove the filter bowl.

Figure 1

3. Replace the inner element of the servo hydraulic filter.

4. Reinstall the filter bowl.


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Air cleaner primary filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
clean
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Air cleaner primary filter, clean


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the side door on the left side of the machine.

2. Open the air cleaner cover.

Figure 1

3. Pull out the air cleaner primary filter and carefully tap the end of the filter against a soft and clean surface.

Figure 2

4. Clean the filter using clean and dry compressed air with a max. pressure of 500 kPa (5 bar) (73 psi).
NOTE!
If there is the smallest hole, scratch, crack or other damage, the filter must be replace with a new one.

5. Install the primary filter and cover.

6. Close the side door.


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Air cleaner primary filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Air cleaner primary filter, change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.


NOTE!
Replace the primary filter after cleaning 5 times maximum, or at least once every year.

1. Open the side door on the left side of the machine.

2. Open the air cleaner cover.

Figure 1

3. Remove air cleaner primary filter and clean the filter housing.

Figure 2

NOTE!
Press with both thumbs on primary filter at the same time as you pull it out. This is to prevent the secondary filter
from coming out with the primary filter.

4. Install a new primary filter


5. Close the air cleaner cover and side door.
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Air cleaner secondary filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Air cleaner secondary filter, change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.


NOTE!
Replace the secondary air filter every 3rd primary filter replacement, or at least every 2 years.

1. Open the side door on the left side of the machine.

2. Open the air cleaner cover.

Figure 1

3. Remove air cleaner primary filter.

Figure 2

NOTE!
Press with both thumbs on primary filter at the same time as you pull it out. This is to prevent the secondary filter
from coming out with the primary filter.

4. Remove air cleaner secondary filter and clean the filter housing
Figure 3

5. Install a new secondary filter and primary filter

6. Close the air cleaner cover and side door.


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Battery condition, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Battery condition, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

WARNING
The battery electrolyte contains corrosive sulphuric acid. Electrolyte spilled on bare skin should be removed
immediately. Wash the affected area with soap and plenty of water. If electrolyte gets into your eyes or any other
sensitive body part, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek immediate medical attention.

1. Open the cover of the battery box on the right side of the machine.

Figure 1

2. Remove the battery cover.

Figure 2

3. Remove the battery caps.


The electrolyte level should stand approximately 10 mm (0.4 in) above the cell plates.
Figure 3

1. Battery cap

4. Top up with distilled water when required.

5. Operate the machine after toping up, so that the water is mixed in with the battery electrolyte. This is more
important in cold weather.

6. Check that cable terminals and pole studs are clean, tight, and coated with petroleum jelly or similar product.
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Belts and belt tension, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
check, replace when
needed.
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Belts and belt tension, check, replace when needed.


This is part of other procedure.

Op nbr

1. Open the engine hood.

2. Inspect tension, cracks, wear or damage of the belts. If damaged replace the belts.

Figure 1

1. Air conditioner compressor belt


2. Alternator/fuel pump/coolant pump belt

3. Close the engine hood.


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Radiator outside/hydraulic 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
oil cooler outside, cleaning
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Radiator outside/hydraulic oil cooler outside, cleaning


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

WARNING
Compressed air. Never direct to bare skin. Use protective equipment.

1. Remove the screws and open the radiator hood.

Figure 1

1. Screws
2. Radiator hood

2. Remove the wing nuts (5 EA).

Figure 2

3. Pull out the screen and remove.


Figure 3

4. Clean the radiator/hydraulic oil cooler and charge air cooler outside with compressed air flow or steam.
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Hydraulic oil tank, return 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
oil filter change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil tank, return oil filter change


Op nbr 173-076

NOTE!
When using the hydraulic hammer, refer to the table below for changing the return filter.

Frequency of hammer use Change interval


50% every 500 hours
100% every 300 hours

NOTE!
Filling hydraulic oil or other system service requires great cleanliness. Even the smallest particles can damage the system or
cause system failure. Clean the filling area before filling the hydraulic oil tank with new oil.

1. Release the residual pressure in the hydraulic oil tank from the breather.

2. Remove screws (1) and remove cover (2).

Figure 1
Removal, cover

1. Screw
2. Cover

3. Remove spring (4), valve (3), strainer (2) and filter element (1).
Figure 2
Removal, spring, valve, strainer and filter element

1. Filter element
2. Strainer
3. Valve
4. Spring

4. Install a new filter element, strainer, valve and spring.

Figure 3

A. Blank area

NOTE!
Make sure blank area (A) of the filter faces toward lower direction when installing.

5. Install the cover.


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Hydraulic oil drain filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil drain filter, change


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

NOTE!
Replace the cartridge for the drain filter after first 200 hours and then every 500 hours.

1. Place a container under the drain filter, and turn the filter counterclockwise to remove it.

Figure 1

2. Fill the new filter with oil, thinly coat O-ring with oil.

3. Install the new filter.


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Hydraulic oil suction 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
strainer, clean
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil suction strainer, clean


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.


NOTE!
Clean every 2000 hours and replace it if necessary.

1. Release the residual pressure in the hydraulic oil tank from the breather.

2. Remove the cover

Figure 1

3. Take out the suction strainer. Clean it with non-flammable solvent and dry with compressed air.

Figure 2

4. Install the suction strainer.


NOTE!
If the suction strainer has any damage (even minor damage), it must be replaced with a new one.
NOTE!
Use only a new O-ring if replacing it.

5. Install the cover.


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Hydraulic oil tank, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
changing breather filter
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil tank, changing breather filter


Op nbr 173-077

Removal

1. Release the residual pressure in the hydraulic oil tank from the breather.

2. Remove the rubber cap and the nut.


NOTE!
Tightening torque of Nut (2) when installing: 8 ~ 10 Nm (5.9 ~ 7.4 lbf ft)

Figure 1
Removal, hydraulic oil tank rubber cap and nut

1. Rubber cap
2. Nut

3. Remove the breather cap by and the breather filter element.

Figure 2
Removal, hydraulic oil tank breather cap and filter element
3 Breather cap
4 Filter element

Installation

4. Install a new breather filter, breather cap, nut and the rubber cap.
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Hydraulic oil tank, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
changing oil
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Hydraulic oil tank, changing oil


Op nbr 173-073

NOTICE
Use the same hydraulic oil that is already in the system. The hydraulic system may be damaged if different brands of
hydraulic oil are mixed.

NOTE!
Refer to the table below for changing the hydraulic oil.

Hydraulic oil Change interval


Mineral oil every 2000 hours

NOTE!
When using the hydraulic hammer, refer to the table below for changing the hydraulic oil.

Frequency of hammer use Change interval


50% every 1000 hours
100% every 600 hours

NOTE!
Filling hydraulic oil and system service requires great cleanliness. Even the smallest particles can damage the system or cause
system failure. Clean the filling area before filling the hydraulic oil tank with new oil.

1. Release the residual pressure in the hydraulic oil tank from the breather.

2. Place the machine in the service position C. See 091 Service positions

3. Install the oil drain hose and drain the oil into a suitable sized container.

Figure 1
Hydraulic oil tank, drain

1. Oil drain hose


NOTICE
Always handle oils and other environmentally hazardous fluids in an environmentally safe manner.

4. Refill the hydraulic tank, pour the oil through the filling port on the cover.

Figure 2

1. Oil filling port

5. Perform a test run procedure to check for any leaks.

6. Remove the oil drain hose and close the cover on the bottom.
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Valve clearance, check/ 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
adjust
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Valve clearance, check/adjust


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

9998681 Rotation tool


885812 Timing tool

WARNING
Risk of burns - stop the diesel engine and allow it to cool down before starting any work.

1. Place the machine in service position B. See 091 Service positions

2. Open the engine hood.

3. Remove the turbocharger inlet hose.

Figure 1

1. Turbocharger inlet hose

4. Remove the crankcase ventilation duct.


Figure 2

1. Crankcase ventilation duct

5. Remove the cable bracket.

Figure 3

1. Cable bracket

6. Remove the valve cover.

Figure 4

1. Valve cover

7. Open the side door on the right side of the machine.

8. Remove the camshaft gear cover and install the turning gear.
NOTE!
The teeth of the turning gear must mesh fully with the teeth of the camshaft gear.

Figure 5

1. Camshaft gear cover


2. Turning gear

9. Remove the IEGR unit. (if installed)


Install M 8 x 75 mm – 10.9 screws in the holes for the IEGR unit on the rocker arm holders.

Figure 6

10. Setting engine to valve overlap


Turn crankshaft using the turning gear until the valve overlap of cylinder 1 is reached.

Figure 7

Overlapping means that the exhaust valve is about to open and the inlet valve is about to close. It should not be
possible to rotate any push rods by hand for the cylinder in question in this position.
Figure 8
Overlapping

Figure 9

1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 are exhaust valves


2, 4, 6, 8, 10 are 12 inlet valves

11. Adjust the valve clearance for each cylinder according to the black markings in the figure. Procedure for adjusting:

Figure 10
Figure 11

1. 885812 Timing tool


2. Adjusting screw

1. Loosen the adjusting screw's lock bolt on the rocker arm.


2. Install the protractor on the adjusting screw.
3. Turn the adjusting screw until zero clearance is obtained between rocker arm and valve. Reset the
protractor to zero.
4. Turn the adjusting screw counterclockwise 90° for inlet valve and 150° for exhaust valve.
5. Hold the adjusting screw and tighten the lock nut at the same time. Tightening torque: see
200 Engine, tightening torques

12. Rotate the crankshaft another full turn until the valves for cylinder 6 overlap. Adjust the valve clearance for each
cylinder according to the black markings in the figure.
NOTE!
When all valves are adjusted, do not rotate the engine. Continue directly with installing and adjusting the IEGR unit.

Figure 12

Installing and adjusting IEGR unit (If installed)

13. Change the O-rings on the pipe between the two IEGR sections. Lubricate the O-rings.

14. Remove the replacement bolts from the IEGR unit's installation holes.
15. Install the IEGR unit.

16. With overlapping valves for cylinder 6, adjust IEGR-opening piston for cylinder 1, 3 and 5. Procedure for adjusting
IEGR-opening piston:

Figure 13

1. 885812 Timing tool


2. Adjusting screw

1. Loosen the adjusting screw's lock bolt on the IEGR unit.


2. Install the protractor on the adjusting screw.
3. Turn the adjusting screw until zero clearance is obtained between the IEGR-opening piston and exhaust
rocker arm. Reset the protractor to zero.
4. Turn the adjusting screw counterclockwise 144°.
5. Hold the adjusting screw and tighten the lock nut at the same time. Tightening torque: see
200 Engine, tightening torques

17. Rotate the crankshaft another full turn until the valves for cylinder 1 overlap. Adjust IEGR-opening piston for
cylinder 2, 4 and 6.

18. Install the new gasket on the valve cover.


NOTE!
Make sure that the tab on the gasket is positioned correctly.
Figure 14

1. Tab

Assembly

19. For assembly, reverse disassembly procedure.


NOTE!
Do not reuse the O-rings and gasket.

20. After the completion of the work, start the engine and check for leaks and operating condition.
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Fuel filter extra (water 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
separator element), check/
drain
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Fuel filter extra (water separator element), check/drain


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the side door on the right side of the machine.

2. Check for water and the sediment in the water separator bowl.

Figure 1

1. Water drain valve


2. Water separator bowl

3. Open the water drain valve and drain off the water and sediment if needed

4. Perform air bleeding operation. See 233 Fuel system, bleeding.

5. Close the side door on the right side of the machine.


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Coolant, checking anti- 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
freeze resistance
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Coolant, checking anti-freeze resistance


Op nbr 261-002

88890105 Refractometer

WARNING
Open the expansion tank cap slowly and carefully. The cooling system operates at high pressure and hot coolant
may rush out and cause severe burns.

1. Check the freezing protection with 88890105 Refractometer.


Open the cover on the refractometer and place a few drops of the coolant on the glass surface. Close the cover and
read off the value against strong light source.
Read off the value on the ethylene scale. The coolant should be taken from the filling point on the expansion tank.

Figure 1

2. The machine is delivered with a coolant mixture for optimal cooling and corrosion characteristics.
That is why the same coolant mixture shall be filled, regardless of ambient temperature conditions. See 160 Coolant
and 160 Coolant with freezing and corrosion protection.
Figure 2

NOTE!
Volvo Construction Equipment concentrated coolant with anti-freeze must not be mixed with other brands
of anti-freeze or additives as this type of mixture could have negative effects.
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Coolant, change 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Coolant, change
This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

WARNING
Risk of burns - stop the diesel engine and allow it to cool down before starting any work.

WARNING
Risk of scalding and burns when the expansion tank cap (radiator cap) is opened due to high pressure in the cooling
system.

1. Place the machine in the service position B. See 091 Service positions

Draining coolant

2. Open the engine hood and slowly remove the cap from the expansion tank.

Figure 1

1. Expansion tank cap

3. Open the left side door of the machine.


Open the coolant drain valve and drain the coolant into a suitable container.
NOTE!
Prepare a suitable container.
Figure 2

1. Drain valve

NOTE!
The cooling system is not protected from freezing after draining. There may still be pockets of coolant in the
system.

NOTE!
Handle and take care of waste oil/fluids in an environmentally safe manner.

NOTE!
The Volvo Construction Equipment Group’s concentrated coolant with anti-freeze must not be mixed with
other brands of anti-freeze or additives as this type of mixture could have negative effects.

NOTE!
Anti-freeze must always be used, see Section 1, Coolant with freezing and corrosion protection, Section S.

Refilling coolant into drained cooling system

4. Refill coolant through the expansion tank.


NOTE!
Cooling system refill volume: See 030 Specification, filling capacities.

NOTE!
Fill coolant to 2/3 of the expansion tank volume.

5. Start and run the engine to operating temperature and top up with coolant so that the cooling system is
completely filled with coolant and is free of air.

6. Check the coolant level after the engine has been run to operating temperature and then cooled down.
NOTE!
Never fill or top up the cooling system with cold coolant when the engine is warm. This can cause cracking of the
engine block and the cylinder head.
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Air conditioner main filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
clean
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Air conditioner main filter, clean


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Move the operator's seat to the front position, and fold the backrest forward.

2. Remove screws and the cab prefilter cover.

Figure 1

3. Remove the floor mat

Figure 2

4. Remove screws and the cover.


Figure 3

1. Screws
2. Cover

5. Disconnect the wire harness of the air conditioner actuator. Remove the duct and the upper case of the air
conditioner.

Figure 4

1. Duct
2. Case opening method instruction
3. Upper case
4. Wire harness

Figure 5

NOTE!
Refer to the method written at the top of the cover when disassembling the cover.
6. Take out the filter and clean with compressed air with a maximum pressure of 0.2 Mpa (30 psi).

Figure 6

7. Restore the machine to the operating condition.


NOTE!
Pay attention not to damage the parts.

NOTE!
If the air conditioner filter is clogged, the air flow will be reduced as well as the cooling and heating capacity.
Therefore, clean it periodically.
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Air conditioner main filter, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
change
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Air conditioner main filter, change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Move the operator's seat to the front position, and fold the backrest forward.

2. Remove screws and the cab prefilter cover.

Figure 1

3. Remove the floor mat

Figure 2

4. Remove the screws and the cove.


Figure 3

1. Screw
2. Cover

5. Disconnect the wire harness of the air conditioner actuator. Remove the duct and the upper case of the air
conditioner.

Figure 4

1. Duct
2. Case opening method instruction
3. Upper case
4. Wire harness

Figure 5

NOTE!
Refer to the method written at the top of the cover when disassembling the cover.
6. Replace the filter with a new one.

Figure 6

7. Restore the machine to the operating condition.


NOTE!
Pay attention not to damage the parts.

NOTE!
If the air conditioner filter is clogged, the air flow will be reduced as well as the cooling and heating capacity.
Therefore, clean it periodically.
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Cab, prefilter, clean 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Cab, prefilter, clean


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Move the operator's seat to the front position.

2. Remove screws and the cab pre filter cover.

Figure 1

3. Take out the prefilter and clean with compressed air with a maximum pressure of 0.2 Mpa (30 psi).

Figure 2

NOTE!
If the filter is clogged, the air flow will be reduced as well as the cooling and heating capacity. Therefore, clean it
periodically.
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Cab, prefilter, replace 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Cab, prefilter, replace


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Move the operator's seat to the front position.

2. Remove screws and the cab pre filter cover.

Figure 1

3. Replace the filter with a new one.

Figure 2

NOTE!
If the filter is clogged, the air flow will be reduced as well as the cooling and heating capacity. Therefore, clean it
periodically.
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Lubrication, see lubrication 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
chart
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Lubrication, see lubrication chart


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1. Follow care and lubrication charts in the Operator's Manual.


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Swing gearbox oil level, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
check
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Swing gearbox oil level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Pull out the oil dipstick gauge and wipe it with a clean cloth. Insert the oil dipstick gauge and pull it out again.

Figure 1

2. Check the oil level and add if needed.

Figure 2

NOTE!
Wait about 5 minutes for checking the correct level after filling oil.
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Swing motor gearbox, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
changing oil
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Swing motor gearbox, changing oil


Op nbr 173-079

NOTICE
Drain the gear oil while it is still warm to flush out any contaminants.

1. Park the machine in the service position C, see 091 Service positions.

2. Remove the under cover.

3. Open the oil drain valve cap and install the oil drain hose. Drain the gearbox oil into a suitable container.

Figure 1

1. Oil drain valve cap


2. Oil drain hose

4. After completely draining, remove the oil drain hose and close oil drain valve cap.

5. Install the under cover and tighten to specification.

6. Pull out the oil level gauge, and fill the oil the correct level through the oil filling port using a gear oil pump.
Figure 2

3 Oil filling port

7. Check the oil level using the oil level gauge and refill if necessary.
NOTE!
Wait about 5 minutes for checking the correct level after filling oil.
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Swing bath grease, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Swing bath grease, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Open the cover of the battery box on the right side of the machine.

Figure 1

2. Remove the cover.

3. Check the grease level.

Figure 2

NOTE!
If the grease is contaminated or discolored with water, change the grease.
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Cab; door, covers, hinges, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
joints and locks, lubricate
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Cab; door, covers, hinges, joints and locks, lubricate


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1. Lubricate the door hinges with grease.

Figure 1

1. Grease nipple
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Track shoe bolts, check 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Track shoe bolts, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Place the machine in the service position F, See 091 Service positions.

Figure 1

2. Slew the superstructure to the side, and raise the track using boom down operation.
Slowly turn the track in forward and reverse direction several times. Check for missing or loose or damaged shoe
screws and shoes.

3. If track shoe bolts (A) are loose, the track shoes are likely to be damaged.

Figure 2

4. Check for looseness.


Replace with new bolts and nuts, tighten the bolts to specified torque if needed.
NOTE!
Tightening torque : See 700 Undercarriage, tightening torque.

NOTE!
Tighten the bolts in the order as shown in the figure.

Figure 3

5. After tightening, check whether the nut and the shoe are in full contact with the mating surfaces of the link.
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Track tension/condition, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
check
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Track tension/condition, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1. Place the machine in the service position F, See 091 Service position 1.

Figure 1

2. Slowly turn the track in forward and reverse direction several times. Check for missing or loose or damaged shoe
screws and shoes. Stop the track while moving in the reverse direction.

3. Measure track slack at the center of track frame between track shoe and track roller mounting surface.

Figure 2

4. Adjust the track tension according to the soil characteristics. Recommended track tension is as below.
Track sag according to soil condition, unit: mm (in)

Working condition Clearance (A), unit: mm (in)


General soil 320 ~ 340 (12.6 ~ 13.4)
Rocky ground 300 ~ 320 (11.8 ~ 12.6)
Moderate soil like gravel sand, snow, etc. 340 ~ 360 (13.4 ~ 14.2)
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Track gearbox oil level, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
check
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Track gearbox oil level, check


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Park the machine on the firm and level ground.

2. Rotate the gearbox as shown in the figure.


Remove the level checking port plug on the cover and check if there is oil outflow.

Figure 1

1. Drain port
2. Fill port & level check port

3. If the oil is about to overflow from the hole, the level is correct.

4. If the oil level is low, top up the oil to the correct level through the oil filling port.

5. Install the plug.


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Track motor gearbox, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
changing oil
Profile:
EXC, EC210B LC [GB]

Track motor gearbox, changing oil


Op nbr 173-101

1. Park the machine in the service position B, see 091 Service positions.
Rotate the gearbox until the drain plug is located at bottom side and fill plug is on the horizontal axis.

2. Remove the 2 plugs on the cover and drain the oil into a suitable container.
NOTE!
Oil capacity: See 030 Specification, filling capacities.

Figure 1
Removal, plugs

1. Drain plug
2. Fill port & oil level check plug

3. After completely draining, install the drain plug and tighten to specification.

Figure 2
1. Drain plug
2. Fill port & oil level check plug

4. Fill the oil through the filling port until oil exits from the level checking port.

5. Install the fill and level check plug and tighten to specification.
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Hydraulic pressure, check


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Measure hydraulic pressure using a oil pressure gauge and adjust if needed, See 9121 Main relief valve, adjustment.
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Loose and loss of bolts, 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
check
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Loose and loss of bolts, check


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Check loose and loss of the engine mounting bolts visually.

2. Check loose and loss of the cap mounting bolts visually.

3. Check loose and loss of bolts of the hydraulic pump, motor, main control valve, etc.
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reservoir (optional
equipment), oil, check
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Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), oil, check


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Check the oil level of the pre-cleaner oil bath.


Oil level is marked on inner oil cap.

Figure 1

2. If the oil has become sludgy or viscous, or if there are sediment deposits on the underside of the filter insert, then
the oil must be changed and the reservoir and lower filter insert cleaned. Top up with the same viscosity as in the
engine.

Figure 2

NOTE!
Volume : 3.0 litres (0.79 US gal)
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reservoir (optional
equipment), clean, and oil,
change
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Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), clean, and oil,


change
Op nbr

This is part of other procedure

1.

Figure 1
Reservoir
If the oil has become sludgy or viscous, or if there are sediment deposits on the underside of the filter insert, then
the oil must be changed and the reservoir and lower filter insert cleaned. Top up with the same viscosity as in the
engine. Fill in accordance with the specifications, see 160 Recommended lubricants, but not higher. Avoid petrol
when cleaning, as remaining petrol could cause an overspeeding in the engine during subsequent starting.
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reservoir (optional
equipment), filter insert,
clean
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Oil-bath air cleaner's reservoir (optional equipment), filter insert,


clean
Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1.

Figure 1
Filter insert
If the lower filter insert has any sediment deposits or dry spots, then the upper filter insert must also be removed
and rinsed. Avoid petrol when cleaning, as petrol remaining in the insert could cause an overspeeding in the engine
during subsequent starting.
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equipment), change
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X1 return filter (optional equipment), change


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.


NOTE!
Change the X1 return filter every 200 hours based on hammer operating hours.

When using the hydraulic hammer continuously, change the return element in hydraulic tank every 300 hours and draining/
filling the hydraulic oil every 600 hours.

Hydraulic oil return filter, change interval

Frequency of hammer use Change interval


50% every 500 hours
100% every 300 hours

Hydraulic oil, change interval

Frequency of hammer use Change interval


50% every 1000 hours
100% every 600 hours

1. Remove the filter cover.

Figure 1
X1 return filter
NOTE!
Use a spanner when removing the filter cover.

2. Replace the filter element.

3. Install the filter cover.


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Service history (included in 173 Service Information 2014/6/11
the respective Operator's
manual), fill in.
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Service history (included in the respective Operator's manual), fill in.


This is part of other procedure

Op nbr

1. Fill in Service journal that is included in the Operator's Manual.


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lubricate
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Swing ring gear bearing, lubricate


Op nbr

This is part of other procedure.

1. Clean the grease nipples.

2. Apply grease to the slew ring gear bearing until grease can be seen oozing from the slew bearing seals.

Figure 1

NOTE!
Take care not to supply an excessive mount of grease.

3. After greasing, clean off the overflow grease completely.


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Measuring condition Service Information 2014/6/11
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Measuring condition
The purpose of this chapter is to explain how to evaluate the various performances of Volvo Construction Equipment
hydraulic excavators.
The tolerances shown are for new machines.
For a machine already in use, certain allowance is permitted according to field conditions.
Unless otherwise specified, measurements should be performed under the following conditions:

 Engine speed: high rpm, “P” mode


 Hydraulic oil temperature: 50 ± 5 °C (122 ± 9 °F)
 Site: Firm, level ground
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Cylinder speed Service Information 2014/6/11
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Cylinder speed
Preparation
Boom cylinder

 Arm cylinder is fully retracted.


 Bucket cylinder is fully extended.

Figure 1
Measuring condition, boom cylinder

A. B ⇒ A : Raise
B. A ⇒ B : Lower

Arm cylinder

 Bucket cylinder is fully extended.

Figure 2
Measuring condition, arm cylinder

A. A ⇒ B : Arm in
B. B ⇒ A : Arm out
Bucket cylinder

Figure 3
Measuring condition, bucket cylinder

A. B ⇒ A : Roll out
B. A ⇒ B : Roll in

Measurement

 Operate the control lever at full stroke


 Measure the time, by stop watch, for the cylinder to fully stroke.
 Measure 3 times to take average value.

Operation Standard Allowable value Remarks


Boom Raise 2.6 ± 0.3 2.9 From the ground to full extension.
Lower 2.5 ± 0.3 3.0 From full extension to the ground.
Arm Roll in 3.5 ± 0.3 4.1 From full retraction to full extension.
Roll out 2.5 ± 0.3 3.0 From full extension to full retraction.
Bucket Roll in 3.5 ± 0.3 4.1 From full retraction to full extension.
Roll out 2.1 ± 0.3 2.7 From full extension to full retraction.
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Creeping of hydraulic Service Information 2014/6/11
cylinder
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Creeping of hydraulic cylinder


Preparation

Figure 1
Measuring condition, creeping

 With a full load in the bucket, set the front–end digging unit as shown above.

Load applied : 1440 kg (3174 lb)


Measurement

 Stop the engine.


 Wipe the oil off the cylinder rod, and mark the measuring start point with tape.
 Measure the amount of creep on the cylinder rod over a 5 minute period.
 After measuring, remove the tape and clean carefully.

Figure 2
Measuring condition, creeping

1 Tape 3 Cylinder rod 5 Retraction (L = A - a)


2 Cylinder gland 4 Start position 6 Extension (H = b - A)

Standard Allowable value Max. limit


Boom cylinder Less than 10 (0.4) 15 (0.6) 20 (0.8)
Arm cylinder Less than 10 (0.4) 15 (0.6) 20 (0.8)
Bucket cylinder Less than 40 (1.6) 50 (2.0) 70 (2.8)
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Swing speed Service Information 2014/6/11
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Swing speed
Preparation

 Arm cylinder is fully retracted.


 Bucket cylinder is fully extended.

Measurement

 Operate the slew control lever at full stroke.


 Measure the time for the upper structure to make 3 full turns at constant speed. (Exclude first full turn)
 Measure right and left alternately.

Standard Allowable value Max. limit


15.5 ± 1.5 17 18

Figure 1
Measuring condition, slew speed
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Coasting left and right Service Information 2014/6/11
swing
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Coasting left and right swing


Preparation

 Full load in bucket.


 Arm cylinder is fully retracted.
 Bucket cylinder is fully extended.
 Mark (A) the slew bearing out race and directly below mark (B) the undercarriage.
 slew the upper structure so that the arm and boom is 180 degrees.

Figure 1
Measurement condition, coasting slew

Measurement

 Operate the slew control lever at full stroke and slew 180°.
 When the marks align, return the lever to neutral position.
 Measure the distance between the mark on the slew bearing and the mark on the undercarriage.

Standard Allowable value Max. limit


Amount of coasting (D) Less than 1332 (52) 1465 (58) 1520 (60)
Figure 2
Amount of coasting

A Mark position (slew bearing) C Slew stop position E Slew start


B Mark position (undercarriage frame) D Amount of coasting F 180° slew
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Measuring of swing Service Information 2014/6/11
bearing clearance
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Measuring of swing bearing clearance


Clearance of Removed condition Standard 0.05 ~ 0.2 mm (0.002″ ~ 0.008″)
bearing in axial Allowable clearance 0.4 mm (0.016″)
direction
Installed condition Standard 0.2 ~ 1.7 mm (0.008″ ~ 0.07″)
Allowable clearance 2.5 mm (0.10″)
Tightening torque Outer screw kgf·m (lbf·ft) 52.2 ± 5.2
Inner screw (377 ± 38)

Measurement
NOTE!
Prior to proceeding ensure that the mounting screws are properly tightened.

Removed condition

Figure 1
Measurement, bearing clearance (removed)

1. Inner race
2. Dial gauge
3. Magnet base
4. Lift
5. Outer race

1. Put the slew gear on a flat surface and then set 3 magnetic bases on the outer race at 120° intervals.
2. Set 3 dial gauges on the inner race.
3. Lifting the outer race vertically, axial clearance is the movement between bearing races.
4. Read the values of dial gauges.

Installed condition
Clean the outer race of slew gear and the underside of undercarriage.
The slew gear wear is not uniform over the entire circumference.
To obtain the exact play, it is necessary to take two measurements and pivot the superstructure by 90°.
1st measurement

1. Position superstructure on center line of undercarriage.


2. Bear the digging unit on the ground until the wheels are partially lifted off the ground.
3. Place the magnetic base.
4. Adjust the dial gauge to zero at the underside of undercarriage and outer race of slew gear.
5. Gently lower the excavator onto the ground and raise the bucket to the level of the cab floor with arm extended.
Read the values shown by the needle on the dial gauge.
6. Bear the digging unit on the ground once again to check that the dial gauge pointer properly returns zero.

2nd measurement

 Position superstructure at 90° in relation to first measurement.


 Measure the clearance according to the method shown under paragraph (1st measurement).

Figure 2
Measurement, bearing clearance (installed)

1. Outer race
2. Superstructure
3. Inner race
4. Undercarriage

Allowable clearance
Measure the clearance twice in each position and record it in the table below.

Clearance read at 1st position of Clearance read at 2nd position of


superstructure superstructure
A (1st measurement)
B (2nd measurement)
Total A+B A+B
Average clearance Total / 2 Total / 2

If there is a large difference between measurements A and B, there is likely a mistake, therefore, repeat the measurement
several times.
NOTE!
The most important factor of slew gear failure is concerned with the axial clearance. Therefore, lubricate the bearing and
slew gear teeth periodically.
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Travel Speed Service Information 2014/6/11
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Travel Speed
Preparation

Figure 1
Measurement condition, travel speed

Measurement

Figure 2
Measurement, travel speed

1. Preliminary distance 3 ~ 5 m(10 ~ 16.5 ft)


2. Test run 20 m(66 ft)
3. Preliminary distance 3 ~ 5 m(10 ~ 16.5 ft)

Travel time
Standard Allowable value Max. limit
1 speed 23 25 27
2 speed 13 15 17
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Track running speed Service Information 2014/6/11
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Track running speed


Preparation

 Mark any one of the track shoes on the side on which this test is performed.
 Jack up the track to be tested.

Figure 1
Measurement condition, track running speed

Measurement

 Accelerate the engine to maximum speed.


 Measure the time for the track to make three full turns. (Exclude the first full turn)
 Apply this test to both tracks, forward and reverse.

Running time
Stand Allowable value Mix. limit
1 speed Left 31.3 34 35
Right
2 speed Left 18.3 20.1 21
Right
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Straight traveling Service Information 2014/6/11
performance
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Straight traveling performance


Preparation

 Extend the arm cylinder/bucket cylinder fully.


 Fix the digging units in the traveling posture.

Figure 1
Measurement condition, straight traveling performance

Measurement

1. Simultaneously operate both travel levers at full stroke.


2. Measure the distance (A) between the trace of the machine and line.
3. Repeat it three times and give an average value.
4. slew the upper structure 180° and measure in reverse travel.

Standard Allowable value Max. limit


Deviation distance : A Less than 200 (7.9) 240 (9.4) 300 (11.8)

Figure 2
Straight traveling performance
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Starting engine with Service Information 2014/6/11
booster cables
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Starting engine with booster cables


Before connecting the booster cables check the following:

 Size of booster cable and clip should be suitable for the battery capacity.
 Check cables and clips for breaks, corroded surfaces, etc.
 Make sure cables and clips are firmly secured.
 Keep the starting switch in “OFF” position, (both machines).
 The battery of the running engine must be the same capacity as that of the engine to be boost started.
 When starting from another machine do not allow the machines to touch.

Connect the booster cables in the following manner :

Figure 1
Connection, booster cables

1. Connect clip (1) of booster cable (A) to the battery positive (+) terminal of the machine to be boost started.
2. Connect clip (2) to the battery positive (+) terminal of the engine which is running.
3. Connect clip (3) of booster cable (B) to the battery negative (–) terminal of the engine which is running.
4. Connect clip (4) to the upper structure of the machine to be boost started.

NOTICE
Make sure the clips are firmly connected to battery terminals. Start the engine with the fully charged battery, then
crank the engine being boost started.

When connecting the cables, do not allow the positive (+) and negative (–) terminals to make contact.

NOTICE
Make sure that the booster cable connections are correct. Connect the booster cable to the engine block as far as
possible from the battery. After the engine has started, the booster cables must be disconnected in the reverse
order.

Starting engine

1. Turn the key switch to “START” position and start the engine.
2. Cranking time maximum 30 seconds, wait minimum 2 minutes between cranking attempts.
3. After the engine has started, the booster cables must be disconnected in the reverse order.

Disconnect the cables as follows :


Figure 2
Disconnection, booster cables

1. Disconnect clip (1) of booster cable (B) from the upper structure.
2. Disconnect clip (2) from the battery negative (–) terminal of the running engine.
3. Disconnect clip (3) of booster cable (A) from the battery positive (+) terminal of the running engine.
4. Disconnect clip (4) from the battery positive (+) terminal of the machine which was boost started.
Thank you for your purchase.
Have a nice day.

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