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2019 CLARK S20C IC Cushion 50-250 hours Daily Maintenance

The 2019 CLARK S20C IC Cushion 50-250 hours Daily Maintenance form checks trucks for obvious damage and leaks. The form that contains a complete checklist looking for the trucks obvious damage and leaks.
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04/26/2021

2019 CLARK S20C IC Cushion 50-250 hours Daily Maintenance

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The 2019 CLARK S20C IC Cushion 50-250 hours Daily Maintenance form checks trucks for obvious damage and leaks. The form that contains a complete checklist looking for the trucks obvious damage and leaks.
  • Check truck for obvious damage and leaks.

  • First, perform a visual inspection of the truck and its major components:

  • Check fuel system for leaks, etc

  • When changing liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), tanks follow these basic rules:

  • Check capacity, warning plates and decals.

  • Check condition of tires and wheels. Remove embedded objects. Check air pressure.

  • Disassembling the Split Rim Wheel

  • Check for missing or loose wheel lugs nuts.

  • Check engine oil level.

  • It is recommended to:

  • Check engine coolant level (radiator and recovery tank)

  • check the coolant system for leaks.

  • Check trans axle fluid level

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  • Check hydraulic sump oil level.

  • Check warning lights and hour meter.

  • Hour Meter

  • Indicator Lights

  • Check overhead guard condition and bolts.

  • Be sure that the driver's overhead guard and any safety devices are in :

  • Check horn operation and other warning devices.

  • Check steering operation.

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  • Check directional and speed controls operation.

  • Be sure that the travel area is clear in front of the truck.

  • Check upright, lift chains and fasteners.

  • Upright and Tilt Cylinder Lubrication

  • Lift Chains

  • Critical items include:

  • Check carriage or attachments and forks.

  • Check carriage or attachments and forks.

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  • If the fork blade at the heel is worn down by more than 10%, the load capacity is reduced and the fork must be replaced.

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Source: Clark