At the operating temperature, the hydraulic tank is hot and under pressure. Hot oil can cause burns.
To prevent possible injury, remove pressure in the steering system before the channel or hydraulic component is removed.
Remove the oil tank cap when the engine is off and the lid is cool enough to hold with bare hands.
Be careful in ensuring that the fluid is kept in place when you perform the inspection, maintenance, testing, and repair of the product to ensure that the liquid is still feasible to use. Prepare the appropriate container before opening the compartment or disassembling the liquid-containing component to store the liquid.
Look at the “Handbook” of appropriate tools and equipment for storing liquids.
Dispose of all fluids in accordance with local regulations.
Note: Install the stamp and plug on all open channels to prevent dust or other dirt from entering the system. Cleanliness is a very important factor in improvement. Therefore, before carrying out the discharge process, the area around the component must be clean so that no contaminant enters the system.
1. Press the breaker relief valve slowly to release the pressure inside the steering tank . Breaker relief valve is located at the top of the steering tank.
2. Drain the hydraulic oil in the steering tank into the appropriate container for storing or to dispose of it when not in use. The filling capacity of the steering tank is 40 liters (11 US gallons). Look at the ” Operation Maintenance Manual ” to find out exact information about oil changes on the steering system.
4. Remove the four locknut (2) and washer . Remove the oil filter assembly (4) from the steering tank.
7. Remove two bolts (9) and washer .
8. Install the bracket link (A) on the steering tank . Install the appropriate flat webbing sling (see how much bebannnya maximum capacity) on link bracket and lifting tool. For example using overhead cranes or other lifting equipment.
Figure 3.18 Step 8
9. Remove six bolts (10) and washer . Remove the steering tank