POWER PLANT COMPONENTS
The power plant consists of three main components:
Engine (1) is a liquid cooled, V-type, six cylinder, compression ignition (CI) unit. Starting is by a heavy duty
24 volt starter (2). Engine is protected from low oil pressures and high temperatures by switches in the oil and
cooling systems which activate warning light circuits.
Transfer gearcase (3) is a compact unit that transfers power from engine flywheel to transmission torque
converter. An engine disconnect allows the engine to run without transferring power to the transmission. A
power takeoff drives the differential oil pump (4) and a ramp pump (5). Another power takeoff drives the
cooling fan (6), and a third drives the generator (7).
Transmission (8) is a three speed, constant mesh, planetary gear train with hydraulic torque converter and
lockup clutch. It automatically selects the proper gear based on road, load conditions, and range selected.