STEYR ECOTECH TRACTOR Kompakt 4075, 4085, 4095, 4105, 4115
SERVICE MANUAL FOR STEYR ECOTECH TRACTOR Kompakt 4075, 4085, 4095, 4105, 4115
PIN ZDJZ16683 and above.
Total Pages: 3133.
STEYR ECOTECH TRACTOR
STEYR ECOTECH TRACTOR Kompakt 4075 with mechanical or power shuttle transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4075 with hi-lo transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4085 with mechanical or power shuttle transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4085 with hi-lo transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4095 with mechanical or power shuttle transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4095 with hi-lo transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4105 with mechanical or power shuttle transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4105 with hi-lo transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4115 with mechanical or power shuttle transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx], Kompakt 4115 with hi-lo transmission [ZxJZ0xxxx].
• If it is necessary to use auxiliary batteries, remember that both ends of the cables must be connected as follows: (+) with (+) and (-) with (-).
• Avoid short-circuiting the terminals. GAS RELEASED FROM BATTERIES IS HIGHLY INFLAMMABLE.
• During charging, leave the battery compartment uncovered to improve ventilation.
• Never check the battery charge using ”jumpers” (metal objects placed on the terminals).
• Avoid sparks or flames near the battery zone to prevent explosion hazards.
• Before servicing operations, check for fuel or current leaks. Eliminate any eventual leaks before starting work.
• Never charge batteries in confined spaces. Make sure that there is adequate ventilation in order to prevent accidental explosion hazards as a result of the accumulation of gases released during charging operations.
• Always disconnect the battery before performing any kind of servicing on the electrical system – STEYR ECOTECH TRACTOR
• Some fluid slowly coming out from a very small port can be almost invisible and be strong enough to penetrate the skin. Check for leaks using a piece of cardboard, NEVER USE HANDS.
• If any liquid penetrates skin tissue, call for medical aid immediately
• Serious skin infections may result if medical attention is not given.
• Use the specific tools when checking pressure values on the hydraulic system.
WHEELS AND TYRES
• Check that the tyres are correctly inflated at the pressure specified by the manufacturer. Periodically check possible damages to the rims and tyres.
• Stand away from (at the side of) the tire when checking inflation pressure.
• Only check pressure when the vehicle is unloaded and the tires are cold, to avoid incorrect readings as a result of over-pressure.
• Do not re-use parts of recovered wheels as incorrect welding or brazing may heat the material, causing it to weaken and eventually damage or break the wheel.
• Never cut, nor weld a rim with the inflated tyre assembled.
• When removing the wheels, lock both the front and rear vehicle wheels.
• Always position support stands when raising the vehicle, in order to conform to current safety regulations.
• Deflate the tyre before removing any object caught into the tyre tread.
• Never inflate tires using inflammable gases; this could cause an explosion and put operator safety at risk.