EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - Contiued
Do not allow hand pump pressure to exceed 150 psi.
Excessive pressure will damage hydraulic compo-
nents if pressure exceeds 150 psi, immediately open
dump valve (by turning handle (2) counterclockwise)
until reading drops below 150 psi. Then close dump
valve by turning handie (2) fully clockwise.
3. Pump manual hand pump (3) until hand pump pressure gage (4) reads be-
tween 125 and 150 psi. This will engage backup pump to main engine.
Be sure hydraulic ball valve (5) is OPEN before starting
main engine with backup pump engaged. Serious
demage to hydraulic components will result if this pre-
caution is not taken.
Do not move vehicle with backup pump engaged;
damage to backup pump will result.
When operating backup pump, do not allow main en-
gine speed to exceed 1100 rpm; damage to backup
pump will result.
4. Strart vehicle main engine with throttle lever fully forward.
5. Pump speed will be adjusted by slowly moving throttle lever back. Do not
allow tachometer reading to exceed 1100 rpm.