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-TRACKED TRACTOR BOARD PARTS

OPERATOR'S POSITION

1.- locking lever of the work equipment


2.- heating to the feet
3.- parking brake lever
4.- cab light
5.- brisas cleaning computers
6.- radio
7.- indicator light
8.- fan rotation selector
9.- buzzer cancellation switch
10.-information switch
11.-driving lever
12.-fuel regulator
13.-lighter (console on the left side)
14.-electrical socket for accessories (console left side)
15.-temperature regulation computer
16.-blower switch
17.-air conditioner system switch
18.-brake pedal
19.-deceleration pedal
20.- control lever of the scarifier (console side right)
21.- horn button (console right side)
22.- leaf control lever
23.- ignition switch
24.- heating switch
25.- change mode switch
26.- switch of drive speed adjustment in backspace
27.- control panel

1.1.-Parts of the tractor board on wheels


1.- stick system
2.- left pedal
3.- operator seat
4.- electro-hydraulic blade controls
5.- vertical and horizontal tilt switch
6.- electric hydraulic lock switch
7.- automatic leaf locator
8`.-monitor system caterpillar
9.-motor compression brake
10.- visibility area
2.-EXTERNAL PARTS OF THE CATERPILLAR

TRACTOR

2.1.-EXTERNAL PARTS OF THE TRACTOR ON WHEELS


GENERAL SCHEME A TRACTOR

MOTOR WHEELS DIFERENTIAL AND FINAL


REDUCTION
CLUTCH

SHOOTING BAR

CHASSIS

HIDRAULIC ARM
EXCHANGE BOX
GUIDING WHEELS
3.-SYMBOLOGY OF WARNING SIGNS
ADVERTENCIA

4.-GEAR TYPES
CONICAL GEARS
OF LANTERN
REINFORCED CYLINDRICALS

STRAIGHT TEETH

HELICAL CYLINDER GEARS

5.-TRACTOR TRANSMISSION PARTS ON WHEELS


1.- crankshaft
2.- flywheel
3.- clutch
4.- primary axis
5.- intermediary axis
6.- attack pinion
7.- secondary axis
8.- attack pinion
9.- differential crown
10.- planetary
11.- satellites
12.- semipalier
13.- final reduction
14.- palier
15.- wheel

STRAIGHT TEETH

5.1parts of the tracked tractor transmission system


 The components shown are:

1.-Motor
2.-Par splitter
3.-Main Command Hub
4.- Transmission
5.- Caja de Engranajes de Transferencia
6.-Steering and Brake Clutches
7.-Final Command

5.2.- TRUCK TRACTOR


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1.-DIESEL ENGINE
2.-DIESEL ENGINE
3.-NIVERSAL MEETING
4.-PTO
5.-TORQUE CONVERTER
6.-TRANSMISSION
7.-CROWN
8.-GEAR REDUCER
9.-BEARING TRAIN

6.-TRACTOR OPERATION TECHNIQUES ON WHEELS

– Adjust the operator's seat.

– Fasten the seat belt.

– Before moving the machine, lift all the accessories


Enough to overcome any unexpected obstacle.

– Press the brake pedal. This will prevent the machine from
Move

– Press the parking brake knob to


Disconnect the parking brake.

ALSO

– Move the transmission control lever to


The desired direction and speed. Turn the
Control lever to the desired gear.

– Release the service brake pedal.

– Press the accelerator pedal until you get


The desired speed of the engine.

– Conduzca la máquina hacia delante para tener


la mejor visibilidad y el mejor control.
6.1.-Caterpillar Tractor Operation Techniques

 Study carefully and understand this manual


 Install and test the control box to indicate when the hitch is
misaligned
 Do not wear loose clothing that may get stuck in moving parts.
 Always wear protective clothing and safety shoes.
 It is recommended to use the appropriate safety protection for eyes
and ears.
 The operator may come into contact with certain materials that
require specific safety equipment, in relation to the handling of
these materials (for example: molds with a lot of dust, fungi, bulk
fertilizers, etc.).
 Keep wheel nuts or bolts tightened to the specified torque
 Make sure that the tires are inflated to the recommended pressure.
 Make a visual inspection of loose bolts, worn parts or broken welds,
and make the necessary repairs. Follow the maintenance safety
instructions included in this manual.
 Make sure there are no tools on the floor, on or inside the
equipment.
 Do not use the unit until you are sure that the work area is clear,
especially by people and animals
 Because it is possible that this equipment can be used in dry areas
or in the presence of combustible materials, special precautions
must be taken to prevent fires and fire equipment must be ready
and available.
 Do not rush through the learning process or trust the machine.
Familiarize yourself with your new team calmly.
 Practice the operation of your equipment and accessories. It is
recommended to familiarize yourself with its operation before using
it.
 Make sure the brakes are regulated evenly.
 Use a tractor equipped with a roll-over protection system and
buckle the safety belt before starting the engine.
 Move the tractor wheels to the wider recommended values to
increase stability.
 Securely secure the towing unit. Use the plates, bolts and nuts
supplied with the machine.
 Do not allow anyone to get between the hitch and the towing
vehicle when reversing the equipment