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Caterpillar TH360B Telehandler: Maintenance (Every 500 Service Hours or 6 Months)

This semi-annual procedure focuses on battery inspection, checking the engine valve lash, and it also gives you the complete list of instructions on how to replace the hydraulic system oil filter. This maintenance procedure will help you ensure that your equipment performs at its best.
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10/24/2021

Caterpillar TH360B Telehandler: Maintenance (Every 500 Service Hours or 6 Months)

31 steps
This semi-annual procedure focuses on battery inspection, checking the engine valve lash, and it also gives you the complete list of instructions on how to replace the hydraulic system oil filter. This maintenance procedure will help you ensure that your equipment performs at its best.
  • Boom Chain Tension -Check/ Adjust

  • You must read the warnings and instructions which are contained in the safety section of this manual. Before you perform any operation or maintenance procedures ensure you understand the warnings and instructions.

  • Check Condition

  • Check and Adjust the Chain Tension

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  • Table 18

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  • Measure the Chain for Wear

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  • Boom Cylinder Pin - Lubricate

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  • Boom Head Section - Lubricate

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  • Boom Pivot Shaft - Lubricate

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  • Cab Air Filter - Clean/Replace

  • There are two cab air filters.

  • Primary Cab Air Filter

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  • Direct pressurized air along the pleats from no closer than 160 mm (6 inch) from the air filter.

  • If the air filter is damaged, replace the air filter.

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  • Secondary Cab Air Filter

  • The secondary cab air filter is located inside the cab. The filter is on the rear wall of the cab behind the seat.

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  • Direct pressurized air along the pleats from no closer than 160 mm (6 inch) from the air filter.

  • If the air filter is damaged, replace the air filter.

  • Differential Oil Level - Check

  • NOTICE: Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids.

  • Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

  • Park the machine on level ground. Fully retract the boom and fully lower the boom. Move the transmission control to the NEUTRAL position and engage the parking brake. Shut off the engine.

  • Drive Shaft Spline - Lubricate

  • NOTICE: Apply lubricant to the fittings with a hand operated grease gun only. Use of pressure operated lubricating equipment damages the seals.

  • The following drive shafts must be lubricated:

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  • There is a grease nipple on the slider of each drive shaft.

  • Lubricate the drive shaft splines through the grease nipples.

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  • Drive Shaft Universal Joint Bolts - Check

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  • Illustration 235

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  • Engine Air Filter Primary Element - Clean/Replace

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  • Engine Air Filter Primary Element - Replace

  • NOTICE: Always replace the secondary filter element. Never attempt to reuse the element by cleaning.

  • The secondary filter element should be replaced at the time the primary element is serviced for the third time.

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  • Engine Air Filter Secondary Element - Replace

  • NOTICE: The filter should be kept in service no longer than six months or 500 service hours.

  • Note: Change the engine oil and the filter after every 500 hours. This is the normal interval provided that the following conditions are met:

  • Engine Oil and Filter - Change

  • Note: Change the engine oil and the filter after every 500 hours. This is the normal interval provided that the following conditions are met:

  • Draining the engine:

  • Final Drive Oil Level - Check

  • Fork Leveling Cylinder Pin - Lubricate

  • Lubricate the pin for the fork leveling cylinder through the fitting.

  • Frame Leveling Cylinder Pin - Lubricate

  • The frame leveling cylinder is located at the front right of the machine.

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  • Fuel System Secondary Filter Replace

  • The secondary fuel filter is located on the front of the engine.

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  • Fuel System Water Separator Element - Replace

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  • Longitudinal Stability Indicator - Calibrate

  • ! WARNING

  • The use of a defective longitudinal stability indicator (LSI) could lead to the instability of the machine. Do not operate the machine if the LSI is not fully serviceable. The instability of the machine could cause personal injury or death.

  • Longitudinal Stability Indicator -Test

  • The following procedure must be followed when you test the operation of the longitudinal stability indicator system.

  • Initial Test

  • Note: This test is performed automatically. The test will be conducted when the ignition is switched from the OFF position to the ON position.

  • Second Test

  • Perform the following test if the machine fails the system test of the longitudinal stability indicator.

  • Pulley for Boom Extension Chain - Lubricate

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  • Pulley for Boom Retraction Chain - Lubricate

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  • Stabilizer and Cylinder Bearings - Lubricate

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