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SERV7105-01 January 2005 Vol. 1, No. 3 SERVICE TRAINING TECHNICAL PRESENTATION 988H WHEEL LOADER New

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January 2005 Vol. 1, No. 3

SERVICE TRAINING

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION

January 2005 Vol. 1, No. 3 SERVICE TRAINING TECHNICAL PRESENTATION 988H WHEEL LOADER New Product Introduction

988H WHEEL LOADER

New Product Introduction (NPI)

988H WHEEL LOADER

AUDIENCE

Level II - Service personnel who understands the principles of machine system operation, diagnostic equipment, and procedures for testing and adjusting.

CONTENT

This presentation provides new and different New Product Introduction (NPI) information on the 988H Wheel Loader. This presentation may be used for self-paced and self-directed training.

OBJECTIVES

After learning the information in this presentation, the technician will be able to:

1. locate and identify the new components on the 988H Wheel Loader; and

2. explain the operation of the new components in the systems.

REFERENCES

TIM "988G Wheel Loader - 3456 Engine Controls"

SERV2675

TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Power Train"

SERV2680

TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Steering and Brake Systems"

SERV2681

TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Implement Hydraulic System"

SERV2682

TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Caterpillar Monitoring System"

SERV2683

Estimated Time: 1 Hour Illustrations: 17 Handouts: 6 Form: SERV7105-01 Date: 1/05

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

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SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

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ENGINE

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FAN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

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IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

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ATTACHMENTS

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POWER TRAIN

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COOLING PACKAGE

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CONCLUSION

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HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE

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HANDOUTS

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POSTTEST

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POSTTEST ANSWERS

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988H WHEEL LOADER © 2005 Caterpillar Inc.
988H WHEEL LOADER
© 2005 Caterpillar Inc.

INTRODUCTION

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The 988H Wheel Loader has been updated to enhance performance and to meet the Tier III EPA regulations. The serial number prefix of the 988H Wheel Loader is BXY. The 988H Wheel Loader retains most of the features of the 988G Wheel Loader. The 988H Wheel Loader is a direct replacement for the 988G Wheel Loader.

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SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

The most significant changes to the 988H Wheel Loader are the engine, the hydraulic fan system, the power train system, and the attachments. The engine is changing from the Caterpillar 3456 to the Caterpillar C18 ACERT.

The most significant change to the hydraulic system is the fan control. The fan control is changing from a thermostatic, wax capsule control to an electronic control.

The Lincoln Automatic Lubrication System (Autolube) is an attachment. The Autolube control will be integrated in the Power Train Electronic Control Module (ECM). The priority valve has been removed from the power train hydraulic system.

The diagnostic lines group is standard on the 988H Wheel Loader. The diagnostic lines group provides remote pressure taps for the power train hydraulic system.

The cooling package is changed on the 988H Wheel Loader. The 988G Wheel Loader is equipped with the Advanced Modular radiator Cores (AMOCS). The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with the Next Generation Modular Radiator (NGMR) cores.

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ENGINE

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The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with the Caterpillar C18 ACERT engine, serial number prefix RHX. The displacement of the C18 ACERT engine is 18.1 liters with a rated power of 555 hp at 1800 rpm. The performance test specification for the C18 ACERT engine in the 988H Wheel Loader is 0K4826.

The C18 ACERT engine is equipped with an A4E4 Engine Electronic Control Module (ECM) (1). The A4E4 Engine ECM is equipped with one 120 pin connector, one 70 pin connector, and 26 output drivers. Also visible in this illustration are the fuel filter bypass switch (2), the differential fuel pressure switch (3), the fuel temperature sender (4), and the secondary fuel filter (5).

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The engine on the 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with an electric fuel priming pump (1) and a turbocharger (2) that is cooled with engine coolant. Also shown are the primary fuel filter and water separator (3), the engine oil filter (4), the engine oil cooler (5), and the transmission oil cooler (6).

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C18 ACERT ENGINE SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM (988H)

ENGINE MOUNTED COMPONENTS

6 Drivers Injector Connector 3 Returns Electronic Unit Injectors
6 Drivers
Injector
Connector
3 Returns
Electronic Unit
Injectors

A4E4

ECM

Connector 3 Returns Electronic Unit Injectors A4E4 ECM Crankshaft Speed / Timing Sensor To Machine Wiring

Crankshaft Speed / Timing Sensor

To Machine Wiring Harness

Camshaft Speed / Timing Sensor

Ground Bolt

Coolant Temperature Sender

Fuel Temperature Sender

Fuel Pressure Sensor

Timing

Calibration Sensor

Inlet Air Temperature Sender

Atmospheric Pressure Sensor

Differential Fuel

Pressure Switch

Turbo Outlet Pressure Sensor

Oil Pressure Sensor

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The above illustration shows the engine mounted electrical components on the 988H Wheel Loader.

The differential fuel pressure switch monitors the condition of the secondary fuel filter.

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A4E4 C18 ACERT EUI SYSTEM (988H) Electronic MACHINE MOUNTED COMPONENTS Control Module (ECM) Ground Disconnect
A4E4
C18 ACERT EUI SYSTEM (988H)
Electronic
MACHINE MOUNTED COMPONENTS
Control Module
(ECM)
Ground
Disconnect
Bolt
Switch
24 V
Main Power
Key Start
15 Amp
Relay
Switch
Breaker
Tachometer Output
Right Brake Switch
Throttle
Accelerator
Throttle Lock
Resume / Accelerate Switch
Sensor
Pedal
Manual Ether
Throttle Lock
Set / Decelerate Switch
Aid Switch
Throttle Lock
Ground Level Shutdown Switch
Enable Switch
Fan Proportional
Throttle Lock Lamp
Solenoid Valve
+ Battery
Relay
Ether Start Valve
Transmission Lubrication
Cylinder
Temperature Sender
Caterpillar Monitoring System
Engine
15
10
20
5
25
Service Tool Connector
X100
MPH
44
0
km/h
CAT Data Link
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The above illustration shows the machine mounted input electrical components and output electrical components of the Engine ECM on the 988H Wheel Loader.

The fan proportional solenoid valve controls the fan speed.

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HYDRAULIC FAN SYSTEM

The hydraulic fan system on the 988H Wheel Loader now includes an electronically controlled hydraulic demand fan.

The Engine ECM (1) sends a current to the fan proportional solenoid valve (2) to control the demand fan speed. The inlet air temperature, the engine coolant temperature, and the hydraulic oil temperature are inputs to the Engine ECM. The Engine ECM then determines the desired fan speed based on the temperatures.

Also shown is the hydraulic fan pump (3).

NOTE: For more detailed information on the electronically controlled hydraulic demand fan system refer to Service Training Meeting Guide "938G Series II Wheel Loader/IT38G Series II Integrated Tool Carrier with Tier II Emissions Engines " (Form

SERV1787).

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HYDRAULIC FAN SYSTEM

Oil

Cooler

MINIMUM FAN SPEED Fan Solenoid Motor Valve Fan Pump Control Valve Flow Control Spool Pressure
MINIMUM FAN SPEED
Fan
Solenoid
Motor
Valve
Fan
Pump
Control Valve
Flow
Control
Spool
Pressure
Cutoff
Spool
Fan
Actuator
Pump
Min Angle
Filter
Hydraulic Tank
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The above illustration is a hydraulic schematic of the 988H Wheel Loader hydraulic fan system at MINIMUM FAN SPEED. As the current from the Engine ECM to the fan proportional solenoid valve increases, the speed of the fan decreases.

If there is a failure in the electronic control of the fan drive system, the fan will go to maximum speed.

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The hydraulic fan system must be calibrated on the 988H Wheel Loader using Caterpillar Electronic Technician (Cat ET). The above illustration shows the Engine ECM Service drop down menu and the Engine Cooling Fan Calibration line item.

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PUMP AND PUMP CONTROL VALVE

MINIMUM DISPLACEMENT - DIG TRIGGER MODE

Pressure

Sensor To Implement Control Valve Pressure Tap Actuator Pump From Swashplate Solenoid Tank Lever Arm
Sensor
To Implement Control Valve
Pressure
Tap
Actuator
Pump
From
Swashplate
Solenoid
Tank
Lever Arm
Valve
Super
Charger
Pump
From
Brake / Pilot
Pump
Pump Case
Fill
Pump Case
Pump Case
Air Bleed
Drain Filter
To
Tank
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IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

The 988H Wheel Loader implement hydraulic system is equipped with the current implement pump. The implement pump was effective with the 988G Wheel Loader BNH01062. The pump is controlled directly by the pump solenoid valve. The pump solenoid valve directs brake/pilot pump oil flow to and from the actuator. The actuator upstrokes and destrokes the pump.

When the 988H Wheel Loader is in DIG TRIGGER, the Implement ECM sends the minimum current to the pump solenoid valve and the implement pump is at MINIMUM DISPLACEMENT.

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IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
Lift
Tilt
Lift
Cylinder
Cylinder
Cylinder
HOLD
Ride
Control
Auxiliary Valve
Pressure
Reducing
Valve
Shuttle
Valve
Lower
Tilt Back
Manual Lower
Valve
Pilot
Float
Balance
Supply
Sequence
Valve
Valve
Valve
Main
Relief
Tilt
Auxiliary
Lift
Valve
Stem
Stem
Stem
Dump
Raise
Float Check Valve
From
Brake/Pilot
Implement
Pump
Pump
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The ride control system for the 988H Wheel Loader has been updated. The ride control system for the 988H has a balance valve and two accumulators compared to a single accumulator and no balance valve on the 988G.

The balance valve in the ride control system equalizes the pressure between the lift cylinders and the ride control accumulators. If the pressure in the lift cylinders circuit is higher than the pressure in the accumulators, the balance valve will shift to the left allowing supply oil to charge the accumulators. The implement pump can charge the accumulators up to the main relief valve setting of the implement system.

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ATTACHMENTS

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The most significant change to the mandatory attachment list for the 988H Wheel Loader is the addition of the 3.88 meter lift linkage. The 3.88 meter lift linkage is designed for loading trucks in the 27 000 kg to 36 000 kg (30 ton to 40 ton) payload range. The 4.25 meter lift linkage is designed for loading trucks in the 45 000 kg to 64 000 kg (50 ton to 70 ton) payload range.

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POWER TRAIN

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The power train hydraulic system on the 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with remote pressure taps. The remote pressure taps are located in the pump bay, behind the cab. The remote pressure taps are:

1. Transmission reverse clutch pressure

2. Transmission forward clutch pressure

3. Transmission fourth speed clutch pressure

4. Transmission third speed clutch pressure

5. Transmission second speed clutch pressure

6. Transmission first speed clutch pressure

7. Torque converter inlet pressure

8. Torque converter outlet pressure

9. Impeller clutch pressure

10. Lockup clutch pressure

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POWER TRAIN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

NEUTRAL

Transmission Relief Valve Lockup Clutch Solenoid Valve Torque Converter Inlet Relief Valve Impeller Clutch Solenoid
Transmission
Relief Valve
Lockup Clutch
Solenoid Valve
Torque Converter
Inlet Relief Valve
Impeller Clutch
Solenoid Valve
Torque Converter
Outlet Relief
Valve
Scavenge
Pump
R
3
1
4
F
2
Power Train
Oil Cooler
2
5
To Transmission
Lube
4
1
Transmission
Solenoid
Housing
3
6
Valves
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The priority valve has been removed from the power train hydraulic system on the 988H Wheel Loader. The priority valve was removed due to the power train pump providing an adequate flow rate for the power train hydraulic system.

The torque converter no longer features a free wheel stator when the machine is equipped with the lockup clutch attachment. With the removal of the free wheel stator, the durability of the torque converter on the 988H has increased.

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The power train system calibrations can be selected by using Caterpillar Electronic Technician (Cat ET) on the 988H Wheel Loader.

The Power Train Electronic Control Module (ECM) configuration screen has line items to program both the Autolube interval and the minimum Autolube pressure. Autolube is now controlled by the Power Train ECM.

The default settings for reduced rimpull on the 988H Wheel Loader are 60%, 70%, 80%, and 90%. The default settings for reduced rimpull on the 988G Wheel Loader are 35%, 50%, 65%, and 80%.

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POWER TRAIN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM CAT Data Link Power Control and Monitor Systems Train ECM INPUT
POWER TRAIN
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CAT Data Link
Power
Control and Monitor
Systems
Train
ECM
INPUT COMPONENTS
STIC
Upshift, Downshift,
Key Start Switch
Forward, Neutral,
Reverse
Auto/Manual
Transmission Oil
Shift Switch
Temperature Sensor
Reduced Rimpull
Impeller Clutch
Enable Switch
Pressure Sensor
Reduced Rimpull
Selection Switch
Autolube
Pressure Sensor
Ride Control
Auto / Off Switch
Autolube
Level Switch
Lockup Clutch
Parking Brake
Enable Switch
Pressure Switch
Steering / Transmission
Lock Switch
Torque Converter
Output Speed Sensor
Torque Converter
Pedal Position Sensor
Transmission Output
Speed Sensors
Engine Speed
From Engine ECM
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The above illustration shows the inputs to the Power Train ECM on the 988H Wheel Loader. On a machine equipped with the Autolube attachment, the 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with an Autolube pressure sensor and an Autolube level switch.

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POWER TRAIN
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Power
CAT Data Link
Train
Control and Monitor
Systems
ECM
OUTPUT COMPONENTS
Autolube
Reduced Rimpull
Indicator Lamp
Indicator Lamp
Primary Steering
Pressure Indicator Lamp
Autoshift
Indicator Lamp
Ride Control
Clutch 1
Solenoid
Reverse Solenoid
Start Relay
Clutch 2
Forward Solenoid
Back-up Alarm
Clutch 3
4th Gear Solenoid
Impeller Clutch
Solenoid
Clutch 4
3rd Gear Solenoid
Lockup Clutch
Clutch 5
2nd Gear Solenoid
Solenoid
Autolube
Clutch 6
1st Gear Solenoid
Solenoid
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The above illustration shows the outputs of the Power Train ECM on the 988H Wheel Loader. On a machine equipped with the Autolube attachment, the 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with an Autolube solenoid and an Autolube indicator lamp.

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Return
Supply
AXLE OIL COOLER
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
Solenoid
Valve
Fan
Motor
Axle
Oil Cooler
Rear Axle Screen
Temperature
Sensor
Temperature
Sensor
Front Axle Screen
Axle
Oil
Pump
Rear
Axle
Front
Axle
Power
MPH
km/h
CAT Data Link
Train
Caterpillar Monitoring System
ECM
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The axle oil cooler circuit now has a separate pump to supply oil to fan motor. A second section was added to the brake/pilot pump (not shown) to supply oil to the fan motor.

The Power Train ECM controls the solenoid valve for the axle oil cooler system. When the Power Train ECM sends current to the solenoid valve, supply oil from the pump is allowed to flow through the solenoid valve. The oil from the solenoid valve bypasses the fan motor and is sent to tank. When the Power Train ECM de-energizes the solenoid valve, the supply oil is blocked by the solenoid valve. The oil flows to the fan motor cooling causing the fan motor to rotate at maximum speed.

The two-section axle oil pump circulates oil from the axle housings through the axle screens and axle oil cooler and back to the axle housings. The axle oil pump is driven off of the pump drive at the torque converter.

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COOLING PACKAGE

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The cooling package on the 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with NGMR cores to cool the engine coolant. The NGMR cores have six fins per inch and utilize two pass cooling.

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CONCLUSION

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This presentation has provided New Product Introduction (NPI) information for the Caterpillar 988H Wheel Loader. All new components and their locations were identified and discussed. Use this presentation with:

- TIM "988G Wheel Loader - 3456 Engine Controls" (SERV2675)

- TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Steering and Brake Systems" (SERV2681)

- TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Power Train" (SERV2680)

- TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Electro-hydraulic Implement System" (SERV2682)

- TIM "988G Wheel Loader - Caterpillar Monitoring System" (SERV2683)

- 988H Service Manual

The information in this package should permit the serviceman to analyze problems in any of the major systems on this tractor.

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Handout No. 1

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE

Black - Mechanical Connection. SealNo. 3, 2005 Handout No. 1 HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE Dark Gray - Cutaway Section Light

Dark Gray - Cutaway SectionSCHEMATIC COLOR CODE Black - Mechanical Connection. Seal Light Gray - Surface Color Red - High

Light Gray - Surface Color- Mechanical Connection. Seal Dark Gray - Cutaway Section Red - High Pressure Oil Red /

Red - High Pressure OilSeal Dark Gray - Cutaway Section Light Gray - Surface Color Red / White Stripes -

Red / White Stripes - 1st Pressure ReductionSection Light Gray - Surface Color Red - High Pressure Oil Red Crosshatch - 2nd Reduction

Red Crosshatch - 2nd Reduction in PressurePressure Oil Red / White Stripes - 1st Pressure Reduction White - Atmosphere Or Air (No

White - Atmosphere Or Air (No Pressure) Purple - Pneumatic Pressure Yellow - Moving or
White - Atmosphere Or Air (No Pressure)
Purple - Pneumatic Pressure
Yellow - Moving or Activated Components
Cat Yellow - (Restricted Usage)
Identification of Components
Within a Moving Group
Brown - Lubricating Oil

Pink - 3rd Reduction in Pressure

Red / Pink Stripes - Secondary Source Oil Pressure

Orange - Pilot, Signal or Torque Converter Oil

Orange / White Stripes - Reduced Pilot, Signal or TC Oil Pressure

Orange / Crosshatch - 2nd Reduction In Pilot, Signal or TC Oil Pressure

Green - Tank, Sump, or Return Oil- 2nd Reduction In Pilot, Signal or TC Oil Pressure Blue - Trapped Oil Green /

Blue - Trapped OilSignal or TC Oil Pressure Green - Tank, Sump, or Return Oil Green / White Stripes

Green / White Stripes - Scavenge / Suction Oil or Hydraulic VoidGreen - Tank, Sump, or Return Oil Blue - Trapped Oil HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE This

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE

This illustration identifies the meanings of the colors used in the hydraulic schematics and cross-sectional views shown throughout this presentation.

Red / Pink Stripes - Secondary Source Oil Pressure

Orange - Pilot, Signal or Torque Converter Oil

Red / White Stripes - 1st Pressure Reduction

Red Crosshatch - 2nd Reduction in Pressure

Orange / White Stripes - Reduced Pilot, Signal or TC Oil Pressure

Orange / Crosshatch - 2nd Reduction In Pilot, Signal or TC Oil Pressure

Pink - 3rd Reduction in Pressure

Red - High Pressure Oil

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC COLOR CODE

Blue - Trapped Oil

Black - Mechanical Connection. Seal

Dark Gray - Cutaway Section

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Handout No. 2

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Light Gray - Surface Color White - Atmosphere Or Air (No Pressure) Purple - Pneumatic
Light Gray - Surface Color
White - Atmosphere Or Air (No Pressure)
Purple - Pneumatic Pressure
Yellow - Moving or Activated Components
Cat Yellow - (Restricted Usage)
Identification of Components
Within a Moving Group
Brown - Lubricating Oil
Green - Tank, Sump, or Return Oil
Green / White Stripes -
Scavenge / Suction Oil or Hydraulic Void

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Handout No. 3

Machine Orientation Checklist

Directions: Use this sheet when performing the machine orientation lab exercise.

Place a check in the blank if the fluid level is acceptable.

Engine oil level Hydraulic system oil level Hood actuator system oil level Autolube lubrication system grease level (if equipped) Final drive and differential oil level Cooling system fluid level Fuel level

Place a check in the blank if acceptable or after task was performed.

Check the Caterpillar Monitoring System for abnormal machine conditions Check seat belt Check the air filter precleaners

Place a check in the blank if the indicator, switch, or control is working correctly.

Key start switch Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel level gauge Power train oil temperature gauge Hydraulic oil temperature gauge Ride control indicator light (if equipped) Autoshift indicator light Autolube indicator light (if equipped) Reduced rimpull indicator lights Throttle lock indicator light Horn Front and rear work lights Windshield wipers (if equipped) Heating and air conditioner controls (if equipped) Back-up alarm

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Machine Orientation Checklist - continued

Place a check in the blank after locating and reading the following warnings label on the machine.

ROPS Parking brake No clearance (articulation joint) Radiator Batteries Unit injectors Do not operate

Place a check in the blank after locating each of the following controls.

Throttle pedal Left brake pedal Right brake pedal Tilt lever Lift lever Parking brake knob STIC Ground level shutdown switch Engine brake (if equipped) Battery disconnect switch

Place a check in the blank after locating each of the following identification plates.

Product Identification Number (PIN) Engine serial number Transmission serial number Bucket serial number

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Machine Posttest

Directions: Answer each question with the best possible answer.

1. The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with which engine?

a. 3406E

b. C18 ACERT

c. C15 ACERT

d. 3456

2. The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with which fan hydraulic system control?

a. Electronic

b. Wax capsule

c. Thermostatic

d. Wiggins

3. The diagnostic lines group is an attachment on 988H Wheel Loader.

a. True

b. False

4. The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with which style radiator core?

a. AMOCS

b. Folded

c. Single Panel

d. NGMR

5. The 988H Wheel Loader requires service personnel to use Cat ET to calibrate the fan hydraulic system.

a. True

b. False

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Machine Posttest - Continued

6. The 988H Wheel Loader ride control system utilizes

a. Two solenoid valves

b. A balance valve

c. Four accumulators

d. One accumulator

7. The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with what type Engine ECM?

a. ADEM III

b. A4E4

c. ADEM IV

d. A4M1

8. Which linkage lengths are offered as mandatory attachments for the 988H Wheel Loader?

a. 3.25 meter

b. 3.88 meter

c. 4.25 meter

d. Both b and c

9. Where are the remote pressure taps located on the 988H Wheel Loader?

a. On the rear bumper, left side of the machine

b. On the rear bumper, right side of the machine

c. Behind the cab, in the pump bay

d. Next to the battery disconnect switch

10. The 988H Wheel Loader is equipped with a priority valve in the power train hydraulic

system.

a. True

b. False

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Posttest Answers

Machine Posttest Answers

Quiz Answers:

1. b

2. a

3. b

4. d

5. b

6. b

7. b

8. d

9. c

10. b