flammable and can be an irritant to
system. Avoid prolonged exposure.
Eye protection and rubber gloves
must be worn when working with
Add only enough engine oil to bring
oil level to the MAX mark on the
cause engine oil to foam and damage
internal engine components.
(2)Pour engine oil (Item 7, Appendix D)
checking oil level on dipstick. Add engine
oil as necessary to bring oil level to the
MAX mark on the dipstick.
(3)Replace oil filler opening cap and turn
1/4 turn clockwise to tighten.
Start engine per paragraph 2.10, and run for
approximately 5 minutes. Check engine oil level
and add oil as necessary per steps c and d.
Close front top left access door per paragraph
3.3.3. Adding Fuel.
Post signs that read "NO SMOKING
WITHIN 50 FEET" when working with
open fuel lines or fuel tanks.
When refueling, stop vehicle, shut
down engine. Never add fuel with
operator seated when adding fuel.
After fuel is added, securely close
tank cap; a loose cap can cause a
fuel leak or be a fire hazard. Before
starting vehicle, check that no fuel is
spilled on or around vehicle. If fuel is
immediately with rags. Dispose of
contaminated rags in accordance
with local procedures.
Park the paving machine on level ground. Shut
off engine and remove key from ignition switch
per paragraph 2.11.
If the fuel tank is run dry during
paving operation, the fuel system
must be primed and air bled out of
the system after refueling. Failure to
do so may cause damage to fuel
pump and cause fuel system failure.
If the fuel tank is dry, notify a
Approximately 5 gallons (19 0) of
diesel fuel should be remaining in the
tank when the fuel level gauge reads