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INTRODUCTION

The 950H Wheel Loader, 962H Wheel Loader, and IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier have been
updated to enhance performance and to meet the Tier III emissions regulations. The serial number
prefixes of the H Series Medium Wheel Loaders are as follows:

950H Wheel Loader


Aurora K5K
Gosselies N1A
Sagami J5J
Piracicaba M1G

962H Wheel Loader


Aurora K6K
Gosselies N4A
Sagami J6J
Piracicaba M3G

IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier


Piracicaba M5G

SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

The most significant change to the H Series Medium Wheel Loaders is the machine
configuration. Conventional (Hand Metering Unit (HMU) steering with electrohydraulic implement
controls is the standard configuration. Command Control Steering (CCS) will be offered as an
attachment. The engines in the "H" Series Medium Wheel Loaders are changing to Tier III
emissions compliant Caterpillar engines with ACERT technology. The implement hydraulic system
is changing to a Proportional Priority, Pressure Compensated (PPPC) system. The brake and fan
systems are now combined, utilizing a single pump. Machine appearance has changed with the
hydraulic tank being mounted behind the cab and two service centers located under the cab on the
both sides of the machine. The operators station features new style switches.

MACHINE APPEARANCE

The top of the cooling package (1) is lower and the entire cooling package is wider on the 950H
Wheel Loader, 962H Wheel Loader, and IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier. Two service centers, right
side and left side, have been added to the machine. The service centers provide a central location
for diagnostic tests, filters, and other components used to service the machine.

ENGINE

The 950H Wheel Loader is equipped with the Caterpillar C7 ACERT engine, serial number prefix
C7C. The displacement of the C7 ACERT engine is 7.2 liters with a rated gross power of 218 hp.
The performance test specification for the C7 ACERT engine in the 950H Wheel Loader is
0K6730. The 962H Wheel Loader and IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier are equipped with the
Caterpillar C7 ACERT engine, serial number prefix C7C. The displacement of the C7 ACERT
engine is 7.2 liters with a rated gross power of 233 hp. The performance test specification for the
C7 ACERT engine in the 962H Wheel Loader and IT62H Integrated Toolcarrier is 0K6731.

IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

The "H" series Medium Wheel Loaders are now equipped with a Proportional Priority, Pressure
Compensated (3PC) implement hydraulic system. The 3PC hydraulic system is load sensing with a
signal duplication valve, signal relief valve, pressure compensator valves, pressure differential
relief valve, pressure reducing valve and a resolver network. Also, the 3PC valve has anti-drift
solenoid valves for the lift and tilt functions. The implement control valve is a closed center valve.
The 3PC hydraulic system will sense a demand for a change in flow and the implement pump will
upstroke or destroke to provide the flow. The machine may also be equipped with an optional
auxiliary function. The auxiliary section is installed between the ride control valve and the cover
mainfold.

When the engine is started and the implement control levers are in the HOLD position, the
implement pump supplies standby oil flow to the 3PC valve group. The oil flows into the inlet
manifold and is divided into two paths. The supply path for the implements flows through the inlet
manifold into the tilt section where the flow path is divided again. One path flows to the tilt stem
and is blocked. The second path flows to the lift control section, to the ride control section, to the
optional auxiliary section, and to the cover manifold. Within the cover manifold, the oil flows to
both the pilot pressure reducing valve (PRV) and the differential pressure relief valve. The
differential pressure relief valve maintains a difference between the load sensing pressure and the
pump supply oil pressure of 3000 kPa (435 psi). When all of the control valves are in the HOLD
position, the implement pump is at low pressure standby. The differential pressure relief valve
maintains the minimum pressure for low pressure standby. The standby pressure is directed to the
pilot pressure reducing valve, and the pilot pressure reducing valve provides a regulated pilot oil
pressure to activate the control valves as needed. The pilot oil flows from the PRV through the
check valve to the pilot accumulator and the hydraulic lockout solenoid valve. If the wheel loader is
equipped with the optional Command Control Steering (CCS), the oil flow will be shared by the
implement pilot system and the steering pilot system. The hydraulic lockout solenoid valve is in the
CLOSED position until the hydraulic lockout switch in the cab is activated. When the solenoid
valve is energized, the solenoid valve opens and pilot oil flows to the various implement function
solenoid valves. The second path of oil in the inlet manifold flows through the screen to the signal
duplication valve. The signal duplication valve uses the pump supply oil to duplicate the signal
from the highest pressure in the resolver network. When all implement control valves are in the
HOLD position, there is no load sensing signal in the resolver network. With no load sensing
pressure present, the implement pump is at low pressure standby.

The implement pump is a variable displacement piston pump. The pump control valve controls the
angle of the swash plate (not shown). The implement pump supplies oil flow for the implement
hydraulic system, the implement pilot system, and the optional CCS pilot system. Maximum angle
stop adjustment screw is used to adjust the maximum upstroke position of the actuator piston in the
pump control valve.
The implement system calibrations for the "H" Series Medium Wheel Loaders are the same as they
are for the "G"Series II Medium Wheel Loaders. The calibrations should be performed in the order
in which they appear, lever position sensors, linkage position sensors, and the implement valve
calibrations. The "H" Series Medium Wheel Loaders feature soft detents. When the lever position
sensors are calibrated the levers must be held in the full travel positions.

STEERING SYSTEM

The steering systems on the "H" Medium Wheel Loaders remain virtually the same. As mentioned
previously, the standard machines are equipped with Hand Metering Unit (HMU) steering.
Command Control Steering (CCS) is available as an option. The location of the steering control
valve for both systems has changed. The steering control valve is located on the output transfer
gear of the transmission. This location offers improved access to the adjustable valves on the
steering control valve.

FAN AND BRAKE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

The fan and brake pump is located on the front gear train of the engine, on the right side of the
machine. The fan and brake pump provides oil flow for the electronic demand fan system and the
brake hydraulic system. The outlet pressure tap and the signal pressure tap are located on the fan
and brake pump. Also located on the engine on the right side of the machine is the fan control.
Service Information

Media No.s List availability announced via Preview


Parts Manual
950H TT143- K5K 1-Up SEBP3866
950H TT143V N1A 1-Up SEBP3845
950H TT143G M1G 1-Up SEBP4274
962H TT146- K6K 1-Up SEBP3874
962H TT146V N4A 1-Up SEBP3846
962H TT146G M3G 1-Up SEBP4283
IT62H TT210G M5G 1-Up SEBP4282
950H/962H X Versions Sagami
Assigned
Service Manual
Specification / Systems Operation / Testing & Adjusting (2 Vol.) RENR8860
Binder Label Vol. 1 RENR8861
Contents Page Vol. 1 RENR8862
Binder Label Vol. 2 RENR8868
Contents Page Vol. 2 RENR8869
Engine
Specification SENR9938
Systems Operation / Testing & Adjusting SENR9939
Disassembly & Assembly RENR9218
Troubleshooting Guide SENR9319
Disassembly & Assembly Engine Supplement RENR8863
Power Train
Specification RENR8864
Systems Operation RENR8865
Testing & Adjusting RENR8866
Disassembly & Assembly RENR8867
Systems
Steering System Specifications RENR8870
Steering Systems Operation RENR8871
Steering Testing & Adjusting RENR8872
Braking & Hydraulic Fan System Specifications RENR8873
Braking & Hydraulic Fan Systems Operation RENR8874
Braking & Hydraulic Fan Systems Testing & Adjusting RENR8875
Electrohydraulic System Specifications RENR8876
Electrohydraulic Systems Operation RENR8877
Electrohydraulic Systems Troubleshooting/Testing & Adjusting RENR8878
Hydraulic Systems Schematic (950H / 962H) RENR8879
Hydraulic Systems Schematic (IT62H) RENR8953
Machine Systems Specifications RENR8880
Machine Systems Disassembly & Assembly RENR8881
Electrical System
Schematic RENR8882
Translations

Operation & Maintenance Manual


English SEBU7889
Finnish SQBU7889
French SFBU7889
Danish SYBU7889
Dutch SDBU7889
German SGBU7889
Greek SHBU7889
Italian SLBU7889
Norwegian SNBU7889
Portuguese SPBU7889
Russian SRBU7889
Spanish SSBU7889
Swedish SWBU7889
962H Wheel Loader K6K
Repair Process - Contamination Control Guidelines
Contamination is anything that doesn't belong in machine fluid systems; paint flakes, rag fibers,
metals, greases, weld spatter, sealing materials, and more. When systems are contaminated,
efficiency drops, cycle times increase and component and fluid life is shortened. Eventually,
contamination can lead to catastrophic failure, unplanned downtime, and costly repairs for
customers.

Customer demand for increased productivity has produced industry trends toward electro-
hydraulics, higher system pressures and tighter internal clearances. As a result of these
trends, today's fluid systems (hydraulics, transmissions, steering, power train, engines, and
fuel) will not tolerate dirt and other contaminants like their predecessors. Fluid contamination
threatens reliability throughout the life cycle of today's machines and engines. Therefore,
Caterpillar's goal is to create a Cultural Change by educating Caterpillar Plants, Caterpillar
Dealers and Caterpillar Customers to become Leaders in Contamination Control. Servicing an
older Caterpillar machine population in the past was quite different than servicing today's
machines. The time to invest in product reliability via Contamination Control is NOW!

By addressing this very important aspect of machine operation and life cycle, you will:

Improve component life and machine productivity


Lower customer costs and increase customer satisfaction
Extend product and component life
Increase rental fleet value
Reduce Hazardous waste generation
Reduce service/repair redo

A partial list of the available contamination control information for this vehicle is listed below.
For a broad list of vehicle contamination control guidelines, visit your Caterpillar Subsidiarys
Contamination Control Web Site. For NACD, the link is:
https://nacd.cat.com/infocast/frames/prodsupp/cc/
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

Contamination Control Information - Machine Specific


Form # Description
SEBF8493 Procedure for Kidney Looping Wheel Loader, Landfill and Soil
Compactor, and Integrated Tool Carrier Hydraulic Oil

Contamination Control Information - Machine Non-Specific


Form # Description
PEGP8029 An Introduction to Contamination Control
SEHS9043 Installing S.O.S Sampling Valves
PEVN4638 How to Take a Proper Oil Sample
SEBF8482 Proper S.O.S Sample Collection
SEBF8485 Cleaning Fluid Carrying Hose and Tube As. In Shop and Field Applications
SEBF8279 Procedure for Using Kidney Looping Filtration Carts
PERV4632 Fluid Contamination Control-The Silent Thief (Video)
PERV4632 Fluid Contamination Control-The Silent Thief (CD)
PEVN4831 Count on Caterpillar Particle Analyzers (Video)
NEXG5038 Count on Caterpillar Particle Analyzers (CD)
SEBF8797 Filtering Final Drives, Rear Axles and Differentials on Caterpillar Machines
SEBF8840 Basic Principles of Kidney Looping

Contacts:
Jim McClintock, Contamination Control, (309) 675-8970
962H Wheel Loader N4A
Repair Process - Contamination Control Guidelines
Contamination is anything that doesn't belong in machine fluid systems; paint flakes, rag fibers,
metals, greases, weld spatter, sealing materials, and more. When systems are contaminated,
efficiency drops, cycle times increase and component and fluid life is shortened. Eventually,
contamination can lead to catastrophic failure, unplanned downtime, and costly repairs for
customers.

Customer demand for increased productivity has produced industry trends toward electro-
hydraulics, higher system pressures and tighter internal clearances. As a result of these
trends, today's fluid systems (hydraulics, transmissions, steering, power train, engines, and
fuel) will not tolerate dirt and other contaminants like their predecessors. Fluid contamination
threatens reliability throughout the life cycle of today's machines and engines. Therefore,
Caterpillar's goal is to create a Cultural Change by educating Caterpillar Plants, Caterpillar
Dealers and Caterpillar Customers to become Leaders in Contamination Control. Servicing an
older Caterpillar machine population in the past was quite different than servicing today's
machines. The time to invest in product reliability via Contamination Control is NOW!

By addressing this very important aspect of machine operation and life cycle, you will:

Improve component life and machine productivity


Lower customer costs and increase customer satisfaction
Extend product and component life
Increase rental fleet value
Reduce Hazardous waste generation
Reduce service/repair redo

A partial list of the available contamination control information for this vehicle is listed below.
For a broad list of vehicle contamination control guidelines, visit your Caterpillar Subsidiarys
Contamination Control Web Site. For NACD, the link is:
https://nacd.cat.com/infocast/frames/prodsupp/cc/
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

Contamination Control Information - Machine Specific


Form # Description
SEBF8493 Procedure for Kidney Looping Wheel Loader, Landfill and Soil
Compactor, and Integrated Tool Carrier Hydraulic Oil

Contamination Control Information - Machine Non-Specific


Form # Description
PEGP8029 An Introduction to Contamination Control
SEHS9043 Installing S.O.S Sampling Valves
PEVN4638 How to Take a Proper Oil Sample
SEBF8482 Proper S.O.S Sample Collection
SEBF8485 Cleaning Fluid Carrying Hose and Tube As. In Shop and Field Applications
SEBF8279 Procedure for Using Kidney Looping Filtration Carts
PERV4632 Fluid Contamination Control-The Silent Thief (Video)
PERV4632 Fluid Contamination Control-The Silent Thief (CD)
PEVN4831 Count on Caterpillar Particle Analyzers (Video)
NEXG5038 Count on Caterpillar Particle Analyzers (CD)
SEBF8797 Filtering Final Drives, Rear Axles and Differentials on Caterpillar Machines
SEBF8840 Basic Principles of Kidney Looping

Contacts:
Jim McClintock, Contamination Control, (309) 675-8970
962H Wheel Loader K6K
Repair Processes - Engines
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

C7 Engine
Form # Description
Engine Block
GMG00981 Using 1P-3537 Dial Bore Gauge Group to Check Cylinder Bore Size
SEBF8076 Specifications to Salvage Cylinder Block Contact Surfaces
SEBF8261 Installing a 7C-6208 Cylinder Sleeve in 3114 and 3116 Engines
SEBF8192 Specifications & Salvage for Cylinder Blocks on 3114 & 3116 Engines
SEHS8841 Using the Ironstitch* Procedure for Casting Salvage
SEHS8869 Cylinder Block Salvage Procedure Using Belzona Ceramic R Metal
SEHS8919 Salvage Weld Procedure for Iron Cylinder Blocks
SMHS7606 Use of 1P-4000 Line Boring Tool Group
Cylinder Head
SEBF8162 Specifications to Measure and Salvage Cylinder Head Assemblies and Related
Components
SEBF8218 Specifications for Cylinder Head Assemblies
SEHS9395 3116 Cylinder Head Gasket Usage
SEHS9498 Using the 9U-5383 Vacuum Tester
Piston/Connecting Rods
SEBF8049 Pistons
SEBF8051 Piston Pins and Retaining Rings
SEBF8063 Visual Inspection of Connecting Rods
SEBF8064 Salvage of Non-Serrated Connecting Rods
SEBF8228 Procedure to Clean and Inspect One- and Two-Piece Pistons in 3114/3116
Engines
SEBF8242 Verification of Connecting Rod Eye Bushing Retention Using 5P-8639 Connecting
Rod Bushing Press Group
SEBF8274 Using Rod Eye Bushing Installation and Removal Tools
SEBF8290 Visual Inspection of Two-Piece Pistons
SEBF8303 Procedure to Inspect Piston Pins
Fuel System
SEBU6250 Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations
SEBU6251 Caterpillar Commercial Diesel Engine Fluid Recommendations
Lubrication/Cooling System
SEBD0640 Oil and Your Engine
SEBF8077 Engine Oil Coolers
Crankshaft
SEBF8009 Main and Connecting Rod Bearings
SEBF8039 Inspection of Crankshafts for Cracks
SEBF8041 Crankshaft Measurement
SEBF8042 Procedure to Polish Crankshafts
SEBF8043 Visual Inspection of Crankshafts
SEBF8054 Procedure to Measure and Straighten Bent Crankshafts
SEBF8094 Procedure to Grind Crankshafts
Turbocharger
SEBF8018 Turbochargers
SEBF8019 Specifications for Reusable Turbocharger Components
SEBF8071 Procedure to Salvage Turbocharger Components
Valve Mechanism
SEBF8002 Valves, Valve Springs, Valve Rotators, and Locks
SEBF8034 Valve and Valve Spring Specifications
SEBF8067 Slipper Followers and Camshaft Roller Followers
SEBF8097 Camshaft Measurement
SEBF8146 Visual Inspection of Camshafts
Gear Train
SEBF8045 Timing Gears For All Engines
Miscellaneous
SEBF8046 Cast Iron and Steel Pulleys
SEBF8301 Inspection and Reuse of Critical Fasteners Used in All Engines
SEBF8405 Kidney Loop Filtration Process for Rebuilt Engines
SEHS9031 Storage Procedure For Caterpillar Products - All Applications (Replaces Both
SEHS7392 and SEHS7864)

Contacts:
Simon Bishop, Engine Guidelines, (309) 494-5974
Jim McClintock, Hydraulic Systems, (309) 675-8970
Jon Feucht, Power Train, (309) 675-6304
Jon Wier, Undercarriage, (309) 494-5308
962H Wheel Loader N4A
Repair Processes - Engines
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

C7 Engine
Form # Description
Engine Block
GMG00981 Using 1P-3537 Dial Bore Gauge Group to Check Cylinder Bore Size
SEBF8076 Specifications to Salvage Cylinder Block Contact Surfaces
SEBF8261 Installing a 7C-6208 Cylinder Sleeve in 3114 and 3116 Engines
SEBF8192 Specifications & Salvage for Cylinder Blocks on 3114 & 3116 Engines
SEHS8841 Using the Ironstitch* Procedure for Casting Salvage
SEHS8869 Cylinder Block Salvage Procedure Using Belzona Ceramic R Metal
SEHS8919 Salvage Weld Procedure for Iron Cylinder Blocks
SMHS7606 Use of 1P-4000 Line Boring Tool Group
Cylinder Head
SEBF8162 Specifications to Measure and Salvage Cylinder Head Assemblies and Related
Components
SEBF8218 Specifications for Cylinder Head Assemblies
SEHS9395 3116 Cylinder Head Gasket Usage
SEHS9498 Using the 9U-5383 Vacuum Tester
Piston/Connecting Rods
SEBF8049 Pistons
SEBF8051 Piston Pins and Retaining Rings
SEBF8063 Visual Inspection of Connecting Rods
SEBF8064 Salvage of Non-Serrated Connecting Rods
SEBF8228 Procedure to Clean and Inspect One- and Two-Piece Pistons in 3114/3116
Engines
SEBF8242 Verification of Connecting Rod Eye Bushing Retention Using 5P-8639 Connecting
Rod Bushing Press Group
SEBF8274 Using Rod Eye Bushing Installation and Removal Tools
SEBF8290 Visual Inspection of Two-Piece Pistons
SEBF8303 Procedure to Inspect Piston Pins
Fuel System
SEBU6250 Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations
SEBU6251 Caterpillar Commercial Diesel Engine Fluid Recommendations
Lubrication/Cooling System
SEBD0640 Oil and Your Engine
SEBF8077 Engine Oil Coolers
Crankshaft
SEBF8009 Main and Connecting Rod Bearings
SEBF8039 Inspection of Crankshafts for Cracks
SEBF8041 Crankshaft Measurement
SEBF8042 Procedure to Polish Crankshafts
SEBF8043 Visual Inspection of Crankshafts
SEBF8054 Procedure to Measure and Straighten Bent Crankshafts
SEBF8094 Procedure to Grind Crankshafts
Turbocharger
SEBF8018 Turbochargers
SEBF8019 Specifications for Reusable Turbocharger Components
SEBF8071 Procedure to Salvage Turbocharger Components
Valve Mechanism
SEBF8002 Valves, Valve Springs, Valve Rotators, and Locks
SEBF8034 Valve and Valve Spring Specifications
SEBF8067 Slipper Followers and Camshaft Roller Followers
SEBF8097 Camshaft Measurement
SEBF8146 Visual Inspection of Camshafts
Gear Train
SEBF8045 Timing Gears For All Engines
Miscellaneous
SEBF8046 Cast Iron and Steel Pulleys
SEBF8301 Inspection and Reuse of Critical Fasteners Used in All Engines
SEBF8405 Kidney Loop Filtration Process for Rebuilt Engines
SEHS9031 Storage Procedure For Caterpillar Products - All Applications (Replaces Both
SEHS7392 and SEHS7864)

Contacts:
Simon Bishop, Engine Guidelines, (309) 494-5974
Jim McClintock, Hydraulic Systems, (309) 675-8970
Jon Feucht, Power Train, (309) 675-6304
Jon Wier, Undercarriage, (309) 494-5308
962H Wheel Loader K6K
Repair Processes - Hydraulic Systems
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

Hydraulic Systems
Form # Description
REHS2078 BTP for Vickers PVH V Pumps
REHS1376 BTP for Bosch Rexroth A10VO DFR Pumps

Contacts:
Simon Bishop, Engine Guidelines, (309) 494-5974
Jim McClintock, Hydraulic Systems, (309) 675-8970
Jon Feucht, Power Train, (309) 675-6304
Jon Wier, Undercarriage, (309) 494-5308
962H Wheel Loader N4A
Repair Processes - Hydraulic Systems
Reuse and Salvage Guidelines can be accessed through SIS Web. In SIS Web, select
Advanced Full Text Search. Then select, Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations.

Hydraulic Systems
Form # Description
REHS1376 BTP for Bosch Rexroth A10VO DFR Pumps
REHS2078 BTP for Vickers PVH V Pumps

Contacts:
Simon Bishop, Engine Guidelines, (309) 494-5974
Jim McClintock, Hydraulic Systems, (309) 675-8970
Jon Feucht, Power Train, (309) 675-6304
Jon Wier, Undercarriage, (309) 494-5308
962H: Serial Number Prefix K6K, N4A, J6J, M3G
Recommended Dealer Stocking List, as of November 1, 2005
Does not include slow moving parts, basic hardware or fittings, O-rings or bulk material
Does not include Caterpillar Remanufactured part #s
Based upon "ROL Parts Consumption List" from previous models

Recomm.
Fast or Quantity
Medium through Part
Moving 6000 hrs. Part # Name

F 1 107-7694 PLATE-THR
F 2 126-1757 WASHER-SE
F 2 126-5466 GASKET
F 1 127-9133 CLAMP-BEN
F 6 151-4809 BRG-SLEEV
F 1 166-2905 SEAL-PAN
F 3 190-0643 TIGHTENER
F 2 194-6722 SENSOR GP
F 2 194-6725 SENSOR GP
F 5 197-9353 RING-INTM
F 5 197-9386 RING-PIST
F 2 197-9580 GASKET
F 18 1R-0762 FILTER AS
F 1 1R-0770 FILTER AS
F 9 1R-1809 FILTER
F 1 1T-1621 RING-SEAL
F 1 1T-1622 RING-SEAL
F 1 212-4893 BEARING-T
F 4 224-6638 BEARING-C
F 9 225-4118 FILTER AS
F 1 226-6051 COVER
F 4 234-5107 BELT
F 6 238-2720 BODY AS
F 6 245-6375 ELEMENT A
F 6 245-6376 ELEMENT A
F 1 254-4357 PUMP GP-I
F 2 263-9574 BATTERY
F 1 2A-1162 GASKET
F 2 2K-0715 WASHER-TH
F 4 2M-0344 RING
F 1 2N-7007 GASKET
F 4 2W-0027 BEARING-C
F 5 2W-7213 BEARING
F 1 3G-7624 BEARING-S
F 2 3G-8779 BEARING-S
F 1 3K-3257 GASKET
F 2 4E-3196 PIN AS
F 7 4E-3273 STRAP
F 2 4T-8054 SEAL AS
F 2 4V-8674 BEARING-B
F 1 5K-1568 CAP-FILLE
F 2 5V-1508 PIN AS
F 2 5V-1511 PIN AS
F 2 5V-1874 BEARING-S
F 2 5V-1882 PIN AS
F 3 6P-7968 PLATE-CLU
F 1 6V-8715 CONNECTOR
F 3 6Y-5352 DISC-FRIC
F 2 7C-7431 GASKET-TU
F 2 7K-9218 SEAL-PIN
F 4 7W-3872 SLEEVE
F 12 7X-6041 FILTER-CAB
F 1 7X-7608 RING-RETA
F 3 8M-8489 DOWEL
F 2 8P-8950 RING-SEAL
F 1 8P-9723 RING-SEAL
F 2 8T-0741 SEAL-LIP
F 2 9C-0093 PIN AS
F 2 9C-4937 BREATHER
F 3 9G-1234 SPRING-DI
F 14 9G-5315 SEAL G
F 2 9G-7683 BEARING
F 1 9J-7099 BEARING-S
F 1 9T-9227 SCREEN AS
F 12 9W-1442 FUSE
F 4 9X-3463 BULB
M 1 133-9012 FUSE
M 1 183-6854 MANIFOLD-
M 2 183-6856 MANIFOLD-
M 2 185-7523 WINDOW G
M 2 191-5213 TUBE AS
M 2 200-0727 BEZEL-INS
M 2 203-6470 GASKET KI
M 2 203-6473 GASKET
M 2 206-6875 CAP-TUBE
M 3 209-0381 CONT GP
M 2 225-3755 GASKET
M 6 241-3400 INJECTOR
M 2 246-6296 BELT
M 1 247-1876 SEAL
M 1 250-0841 TURBO GP-
M 2 257-8471 KIT-SEAL
M 1 261-5689 GAGE-OIL
M 4 272-1956 GASKET
M 2 3V-2333 BEARING-S
M 1 4W-2232 ELBOW
M 2 6T-3633 RING-LOCK
M 2 8V-7162 CABLE
M 2 9G-6257 GASKET-CO
MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

AIR INLET AND EXHAUST SYSTEM


FILTER ELEMENT AS-AIR (PRIMARY) 245-6375 1 AIR CLEANER GP 81
FILTER ELEMENT AS-AIR 245-6376 1 AIR CLEANER GP 81
(SECONDARY)

COOLING SYSTEM
CAP-RADIATOR (7-PSI) 6L-8617 1 TANK GP-RADIATOR TOP 79
GASKET (TEMPERATURE REGULATOR 222-5915 1 LINES GP-WATER 69
HOUSING)
REGULATOR-WATER TEMPERATURE 119-3075 2 LINES GP-WATER 69
(94-DEG C) (COOLANT)

ELECTRICAL AND STARTING SYSTEM


BELT-SERPENTINE 246-6296 1 ALTERNATOR GP-CHARGING 119
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (105-AMPERE) 171-2212 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(ALTERNATOR)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (15-AMPERE) 3T-2662 1 WIRING GP-WASTE HANDLER 263
(POWER GUARD ACTUATOR)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (15-AMPERE) 3T-2662 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(RUNNING LIGHTS)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (50-AMPERE) 171-2206 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(START)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (80-AMPERE) 171-2210 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(MAIN)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (90-AMPERE) 171-2211 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(STARTING AID)
CIRCUIT BREAKER GP (20-AMPERE) 6T-3644 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(HOOD TILT ACTUATOR)
CIRCUIT BREAKER GP (20-AMPERE) 6T-3644 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 229
(UNSWITCHED BAT POWER TO CAB)
ELEMENT AS-JACKET WATER HEATER 246-8628 1 HEATER GP-JACKET WATER 136
(120-VOLT, 1000-WATT)
ELEMENT AS-JACKET WATER HEATER 246-8627 1 HEATER GP-JACKET WATER 135
(240-VOLT, 1000-WATT)
FLASHER AS (24-VOLT) 217-8166 1 SWITCH GP-SIGNAL 211
FUSE (10-AMPERE) 9W-1442 24 WIRING GP-CAB 220
24 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 248
FUSE (15-AMPERE) 9W-1441 7 WIRING GP-CAB 220
6 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 248
FUSE (20-AMPERE) 9W-1446 1 WIRING GP-CAB 220
2 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 248
KEY AS-ELECTRONIC (SECURITY) 206-5162 2 INSTALLATION GP-SECURITY 138
LAMP-HALOGEN (24-VOLT, 65-WATT) 9X-3463 1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 143
(FLOODLIGHT)
1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 144
LAMP (12-VOLT, 24-VOLT, 35-WATT) 209-6638 1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 141
1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 142
LAMP (24-VOLT) 7N-5876 4 WIRING GP-CAB 220
4 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 248
7N-9943 1 LAMP GP-DOME 140
100-3245 2 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
LAMP (24-VOLT) (SIGNAL) 100-3245 2 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147
LAMP (24-VOLT, 21-WATT) 9X-4493 1 LAMP GP-SIGNAL 149
1 LAMP GP-STOP & TAIL 151

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MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

LAMP (24-VOLT, 21-WATT) (SIGNAL) 9X-4493 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147
LAMP (24-VOLT, 5-WATT) 9X-4492 1 LAMP GP-STOP & TAIL 151
LAMP (24-VOLT, 70-WATT) 9X-7849 1 LAMP GP-WARNING BEACON 152
LAMP (24-VOLT, 75/70-WATT) 9X-3465 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
LAMP (24-VOLT, 75/70-WATT) (HEAD) 9X-3465 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147
LENS-AMBER 9X-3066 1 LAMP GP-SIGNAL 149
LENS (AMBER) (SIGNAL) 100-3250 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147
LENS AS (AMBER) (SIGNAL) 136-3848 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147
LENS AS (HEADLIGHT) 100-3248 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 145
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 147

FUEL SYSTEM
CAP-FUEL 246-1479 1 TANK GP-FUEL 112
FILTER AS-FUEL 180-3730 1 TANK GP-FUEL 112
(FILLER NECK SCREEN)
FILTER AS-FUEL (SECONDARY) 1R-0762 1 FILTER & LINES GP-FUEL 94
FILTER AS-WATER SEP & FUEL 1R-0770 1 FILTER GP-WATER SEP & FUEL 96
(PRIMARY)
SEAL 220-8678 1 FILTER GP-WATER SEP & FUEL 96
VALVE-BREAKER RELIEF 188-8844 1 TANK GP-FUEL 112

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
CAP-FILLER (HYDRAULIC TANK) 7H-1447 1 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 541
FILTER AS-OIL 144-0832 1 FILTER GP-OIL 497
(HYDRAULIC CASE DRAIN)
FILTER ELEMENT AS-OIL (HYDRAULIC) 225-4118 1 FILTER GP-OIL 496
PLUG-DRAIN 9J-7031 1 VALVE GP-DRAIN 569
SCREEN 6E-5066 1 MANIFOLD GP-VALVE 524
1 MANIFOLD GP-VALVE 526
SCREEN AS (HYDRAULIC TANK) 9T-9227 2 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 541
SCREEN (CONTROL VALVE MANIFOLD) 6E-5066 1 MANIFOLD GP-CONTROL 522
STRAINER AS (HYDRAULIC TANK FILL) 5D-7927 1 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 541

LUBRICATION SYSTEM
BREATHER AS (CRANKCASE) 164-0210 1 BREATHER GP 52
CAP AS-FILLER (ENGINE OIL) 5L-2952 1 FILLER GP-ENGINE OIL 53
FILTER AS-ENGINE OIL 1R-1807 1 FILTER GP-ENGINE OIL 54

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MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

OPERATOR STATION
ACCUMULATOR GP-REFRIGERANT 186-6189 1 LINES GP-AIR CONDITIONER 687
BATTERY (LITHIUM) 101-1785 1 CONTROL GP-MONITOR 653
BELT-SERPENTINE 253-4531 1 COMPRESSOR GP-REFRIGERANT 649
BLADE AS-WIPER 6V-7419 2 WIPER GP-WINDOW 769
FILTER-CAB AIR 7X-6041 2 DUCT & FILTER GP-AIR 657
FUSE (15-AMPERE) 133-9012 1 AIR CONDITIONER GP 639
1 HEATER GP-CAB 672
KEY-HANDLE 3V-7476 1 DUCT & FILTER GP-AIR 657
LAMP (24-VOLT) 7N-5876 1 MONITOR GP-PAYLOAD 709
PADLOCK GP 5P-8502 2 GUARD GP-VANDALISM 665
RECEIVER-DRYER GP 175-7162 1 LINES GP-AIR CONDITIONER 687
(AIR CONDITIONER)
SEAT BELT GP 236-7019 1 SEAT GP-SUSPENSION 748
1 SEAT GP-SUSPENSION 749

POWER TRAIN
BELT-SERPENTINE 215-3015 1 PUMP & MTG GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 316
217-3031 1 PUMP & MTG GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 316
BREATHER AS 9C-4937 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 293
CAP-FILLER (POWER TRAIN) 5K-1568 1 FILLER GP-POWER TRAIN OIL 282
1 FILLER GP-POWER TRAIN OIL 284
FILTER ELEMENT (POWER TRAIN) 1G-8878 1 FILTER GP-OIL 287
FILTER-MAGNETIC (AXLE OIL COOLER) 251-6351 2 LINES GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 300
PLUG 138-1510 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 292
175-4966 1 DRAIN GP-ECOLOGY 281
PLUG-MAGNETIC 5P-4484 1 HOUSING GP-FIXED AXLE 296
1 HOUSING GP-OSCILLATING AXLE 298
SCREEN GP-MAGNETIC 4S-8603 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 292
SCREEN-SUCTION 4S-8598 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 292

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MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

AIR INLET AND EXHAUST SYSTEM


FILTER ELEMENT AS-AIR (PRIMARY) 245-6375 1 AIR CLEANER GP 79
FILTER ELEMENT AS-AIR 245-6376 1 AIR CLEANER GP 79
(SECONDARY)

COOLING SYSTEM
CAP-RADIATOR (7-PSI) 6L-8617 1 TANK GP-RADIATOR TOP 77
GASKET (TEMPERATURE REGULATOR 222-5915 1 LINES GP-WATER 67
HOUSING)
REGULATOR-WATER TEMPERATURE 119-3075 2 LINES GP-WATER 67
(94-DEG C) (COOLANT)

ELECTRICAL AND STARTING SYSTEM


BELT-SERPENTINE 246-6296 1 ALTERNATOR GP-CHARGING 116
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (105-AMPERE) 171-2212 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(ALTERNATOR)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (15-AMPERE) 3T-2662 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(RUNNING LIGHTS)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (50-AMPERE) 171-2206 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(START)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (80-AMPERE) 171-2210 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(MAIN)
CIRCUIT BREAKER AS (90-AMPERE) 171-2211 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(STARTING AID)
CIRCUIT BREAKER GP (20-AMPERE) 6T-3644 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(HOOD TILT ACTUATOR)
CIRCUIT BREAKER GP (20-AMPERE) 6T-3644 1 WIRING GP-CHASSIS 223
(UNSWITCHED BAT POWER TO CAB)
ELEMENT AS-JACKET WATER HEATER 246-8628 1 HEATER GP-JACKET WATER 131
(120-VOLT, 1000-WATT)
ELEMENT AS-JACKET WATER HEATER 246-8627 1 HEATER GP-JACKET WATER 130
(240-VOLT, 1000-WATT)
FLASHER AS (24-VOLT) 217-8166 1 SWITCH GP-SIGNAL 204
FUSE (10-AMPERE) 9W-1442 24 WIRING GP-CAB 214
24 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 244
FUSE (15-AMPERE) 9W-1441 7 WIRING GP-CAB 214
6 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 244
FUSE (20-AMPERE) 9W-1446 1 WIRING GP-CAB 214
2 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 244
KEY AS-ELECTRONIC (SECURITY) 206-5162 2 INSTALLATION GP-SECURITY 133
LAMP-HALOGEN (24-VOLT, 65-WATT) 9X-3463 1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 138
(FLOODLIGHT)
1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 139
LAMP (12-VOLT, 24-VOLT, 35-WATT) 209-6638 1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 136
1 LAMP GP-FLOOD 137
LAMP (24-VOLT) 7N-5876 4 WIRING GP-CAB 214
4 WIRING GP-OPEN ROPS 244
7N-9943 1 LAMP GP-DOME 135
100-3245 2 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
LAMP (24-VOLT) (SIGNAL) 100-3245 2 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142
LAMP (24-VOLT, 21-WATT) 9X-4493 1 LAMP GP-SIGNAL 144
1 LAMP GP-STOP & TAIL 146
LAMP (24-VOLT, 21-WATT) (SIGNAL) 9X-4493 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142

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MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

LAMP (24-VOLT, 5-WATT) 9X-4492 1 LAMP GP-STOP & TAIL 146


LAMP (24-VOLT, 70-WATT) 9X-7849 1 LAMP GP-WARNING BEACON 147
LAMP (24-VOLT, 75/70-WATT) 9X-3465 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
LAMP (24-VOLT, 75/70-WATT) (HEAD) 9X-3465 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142
LENS-AMBER 9X-3066 1 LAMP GP-SIGNAL 144
LENS (AMBER) (SIGNAL) 100-3250 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142
LENS AS (AMBER) (SIGNAL) 136-3848 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142
LENS AS (HEADLIGHT) 100-3248 1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 140
1 LAMP GP-HEAD & SIGNAL 142

FUEL SYSTEM
CAP-FUEL 246-1479 1 TANK GP-FUEL 109
FILTER AS-FUEL 180-3730 1 TANK GP-FUEL 109
(FILLER NECK SCREEN)
FILTER AS-FUEL (SECONDARY) 1R-0762 1 FILTER & LINES GP-FUEL 91
FILTER AS-WATER SEP & FUEL 1R-0770 1 FILTER GP-WATER SEP & FUEL 93
(PRIMARY)
SEAL 220-8678 1 FILTER GP-WATER SEP & FUEL 93
VALVE-BREAKER RELIEF 188-8844 1 TANK GP-FUEL 109

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
CAP-FILLER (HYDRAULIC TANK) 7H-1447 1 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 522
FILTER AS-OIL 144-0832 1 FILTER GP-OIL 476
(HYDRAULIC CASE DRAIN)
FILTER ELEMENT AS-OIL (HYDRAULIC) 225-4118 1 FILTER GP-OIL 475
PLUG-DRAIN 9J-7031 1 VALVE GP-DRAIN 544
SCREEN 6E-5066 1 MANIFOLD GP-VALVE 505
1 MANIFOLD GP-VALVE 507
SCREEN AS (HYDRAULIC TANK) 9T-9227 2 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 522
SCREEN (CONTROL VALVE MANIFOLD) 6E-5066 1 MANIFOLD GP-CONTROL 502
STRAINER AS (HYDRAULIC TANK FILL) 5D-7927 1 TANK GP-HYDRAULIC 522

IMPLEMENTS
BEARING-SLEEVE 7P-3454 1 CONTROL GP-WORK TOOL 566

LUBRICATION SYSTEM
BREATHER AS (CRANKCASE) 164-0210 1 BREATHER GP 51
CAP AS-FILLER (ENGINE OIL) 5L-2952 1 FILLER GP-ENGINE OIL 52
FILTER AS-ENGINE OIL 1R-1807 1 FILTER GP-ENGINE OIL 53

A64 MAINTENANCE PARTS SEBP4282-01


MAINTENANCE PARTS
PART
DESCRIPTION NUMBER QTY WHERE USED PAGE

OPERATOR STATION
ACCUMULATOR GP-REFRIGERANT 186-6189 1 LINES GP-AIR CONDITIONER 635
BELT-SERPENTINE 253-4531 1 COMPRESSOR GP-REFRIGERANT 593
BLADE AS-WIPER 6V-7419 2 WIPER GP-WINDOW 720
FILTER-CAB AIR 7X-6041 2 DUCT & FILTER GP-AIR 603
FUSE (15-AMPERE) 133-9012 1 AIR CONDITIONER GP 583
1 HEATER GP-CAB 618
KEY-HANDLE 3V-7476 1 DUCT & FILTER GP-AIR 603
PADLOCK GP 5P-8502 2 GUARD GP-VANDALISM 611
RECEIVER-DRYER GP 175-7162 1 LINES GP-AIR CONDITIONER 635
(AIR CONDITIONER)
SEAT BELT GP 222-0345 1 SEAT BELT GP 689
236-7019 1 SEAT GP-SUSPENSION 696
1 SEAT GP-SUSPENSION 697

POWER TRAIN
BELT-SERPENTINE 215-3015 1 PUMP & MTG GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 309
217-3031 1 PUMP & MTG GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 309
BREATHER AS 9C-4937 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 286
CAP-FILLER (POWER TRAIN) 5K-1568 1 FILLER GP-POWER TRAIN OIL 276
FILTER ELEMENT (POWER TRAIN) 1G-8878 1 FILTER GP-OIL 280
FILTER-MAGNETIC (AXLE OIL COOLER) 251-6351 2 LINES GP-AXLE OIL COOLER 293
PADLOCK GP 5P-8502 1 COVER GP-TMSN OIL FILLER CAP 270
PLUG 138-1510 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 285
175-4966 1 DRAIN GP-ECOLOGY 275
PLUG-MAGNETIC 5P-4484 1 HOUSING GP-FIXED AXLE 289
1 HOUSING GP-OSCILLATING AXLE 291
SCREEN GP-MAGNETIC 4S-8603 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 285
SCREEN-SUCTION 4S-8598 1 GEAR GP-OUTPUT TRANSFER 285

SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES


PADLOCK GP 246-2641 3 PROTECTION GP-VANDALISM 734

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Page 1 Planned Maintenance Parts 12/1/2005

Model 962H Serial Prefix M3G Serial Range 00001-99999 Family WHEEL LOADERS/ITC
OMM Media Number SEBU7889 Parts Book Media Number SEBP4283

Note: This list contains only maintenance parts specified to be replaced at one or more planned maintenance intervals
as per the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Parts usage may vary by product configuration. For complete
information, reference the BUILDER data for this serial number, available on SIS Web.

Interval PartNumber Quantit Parts Description Notes

PM 1 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Drive shaft spline (center) lubrication

PM 1 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Quick coupler lubrication

PM 1 SOS 1 SCHEDULED OIL SAMPLE Engine oil sample

PM 1 SOS COOL-1 1 LEVEL 1 COOLANT CHECK Coolant sample

PM 1F 1G-8878 1 FILTER Transmission oil filter

PM 2 144-0832 1 FILTER AS-OIL Hydraulic oil filter

PM 2 1R-0770 1 FILTER AS-SEP Fuel / water separator element - install dry,


prime system

PM 2 1R-1807 1 FILTER AS-ENGINE OIL Engine oil filter

PM 2 225-4118 1 FILTER - OIL Hydraulic oil filter

PM 2 245-6375 1 AIR FILTER Primary engine air filter

PM 2 8H-2046 1 O-RING SEAL Engine crankcase breather seal / gasket.

PM 2 SOS 1 SCHEDULED OIL SAMPLE Differential & final drive oil samples

PM 2 SOS 1 SCHEDULED OIL SAMPLE Hydraulic oil sample

PM 2 SOS 1 SCHEDULED OIL SAMPLE Transmission oil sample

PM 3 1G-8878 1 FILTER Transmission oil filter

PM 3 1R-0762 1 FILTER Secondary fuel filter - install dry, prime


system

PM 3 245-6376 1 AIR FILTER Secondary engine air filter


Page 2 Planned Maintenance Parts 12/1/2005

Model 962H Serial Prefix M3G Serial Range 00001-99999 Family WHEEL LOADERS/ITC
OMM Media Number SEBU7889 Parts Book Media Number SEBP4283

Note: This list contains only maintenance parts specified to be replaced at one or more planned maintenance intervals
as per the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Parts usage may vary by product configuration. For complete
information, reference the BUILDER data for this serial number, available on SIS Web.

Interval PartNumber Quantit Parts Description Notes

PM 3 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Articulation bearing lubrication

PM 3 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Drive shaft support bearing, lubricate if


equipped with grease fitting

PM 3 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Tilt hood actuator lubrication

PM 3 5P-0960 1 CARTRIDGE-GREASE Universal joint, lubricate if equipped with


grease fittings

PM 3 7X-6041 2 FILTER-CAB AIR Cab air filter

PM 3 8H-7521 1 SEAL-O-RING Magnetic screen filter cover seal

PM 4 175-7162 1 RECEIVER Cab air conditioning in-line dryer

PM 4 1U-9891 2 ADDITIVE (HYD) Hydraulic oil additive (add 2 containers to


each axle)

PM 4 217-5701 21 SEAL Engine valve cover gasket/seal, order by


the decimeter

PM 4 SOS COOL-2 1 LEVEL 2 COOLANT CHECK Coolant sample

PM12000 119-3075 2 REGULATOR-WATER Water temperature regulator


TEMPERATU

PM12000 222-5915 1 GASKET Water temperature regulator gasket

PM12000 236-7019 1 SEAT BELT Seat belt

PM3000 236-7019 1 SEAT BELT Seat belt

PM6000 119-3075 2 REGULATOR-WATER Water temperature regulator


TEMPERATU

PM6000 119-5152 1.5 EXTENDER-ELC Need 1.5 containers.


Page 3 Planned Maintenance Parts 12/1/2005

Model 962H Serial Prefix M3G Serial Range 00001-99999 Family WHEEL LOADERS/ITC
OMM Media Number SEBU7889 Parts Book Media Number SEBP4283

Note: This list contains only maintenance parts specified to be replaced at one or more planned maintenance intervals
as per the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Parts usage may vary by product configuration. For complete
information, reference the BUILDER data for this serial number, available on SIS Web.

Interval PartNumber Quantit Parts Description Notes

PM6000 222-5915 1 GASKET Water temperature regulator gasket

PM6000 236-7019 1 SEAT BELT Seat belt


Page 1 Planned Maintenance Fluids- Metric 12/1/2005

Model 962H Serial Prefix M3G Serial Range 00001-99999 Family WHEEL LOADERS/ITC

OMM Media Number SEBU7889 Parts Book Media Number SEBP4283

Note: This list contains only maintenance fluids specified to be replaced at one or more planned maintenance intervals
as per the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Parts usage may vary by product configuration. For complete
information, reference the BUILDER data for this serial number, available on SIS Web.

Interval Fluid Type Order Quantity Fluid Description Notes


Amount
PM 2 DEO (L) 30 30 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil
(LITERS

PM 2 DEO (L) 30 30 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil


(LITERS

PM 2 DEO (L) 30 30 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil


(LITERS

PM 3 TDTO (L) 34 34 TRAN/DRV TRN OIL Transmission oil


(LITERS)

PM 3 TDTO (L) 34 34 TRAN/DRV TRN OIL Transmission oil


(LITERS)

PM 4 TDTO (L) 34 34 TRAN/DRV TRN OIL Differential & final drive oil. 9 gallons
(LITERS) front

PM 4 TDTO (L) 34 34 TRAN/DRV TRN OIL Differential & final drive oil. 9 gallons rear
(LITERS)

PM12000 COOLANT (L) 48 47.5 EXT LIFE COOLANT Coolant


(LITERS)

PM4000 HYDO (L) 110 110 HYDRAULIC OIL (LITERS) Hydraulic oil
Page 1 Planned Maintenance Fluids- U.S. Customary 12/1/2005

Model 962H Serial Prefix M3G Serial Range 00001-99999 Family WHEEL LOADERS/ITC

OMM Media Number SEBU7889 Parts Book Media Number SEBP4283

Note: This list contains only maintenance fluids specified to be replaced at one or more planned maintenance intervals
as per the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Parts usage may vary by product configuration. For complete
information, reference the BUILDER data for this serial number, available on SIS Web.

Interval Fluid Type Order Quantity Fluid Description Notes


Amount
PM 2 DEO 8 7.8 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil

PM 2 DEO 8 7.8 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil

PM 2 DEO 8 7.8 DIESEL ENGINE OIL Engine oil

PM 3 TDTO 9 8.4 TRANS/DRIVE TRAIN OIL Transmission oil

PM 3 TDTO 9 8.4 TRANS/DRIVE TRAIN OIL Transmission oil

PM 4 TDTO 9 9 TRANS/DRIVE TRAIN OIL Differential & final drive oil. 9 gallons
front

PM 4 TDTO 9 9 TRANS/DRIVE TRAIN OIL Differential & final drive oil. 9 gallons rear

PM12000 COOLANT 13 12.5 EXTENDED LIFE COOLANT Extended Life Coolant

PM4000 HYDO 29 29 HYDRAULIC OIL Hydraulic oil


98 SEBU7889-01
Maintenance Section
Maintenance Interval Schedule

i02399547 Bucket Linkage and Loader Cylinder Bearings -


Lubricate ........................................................... 106
Maintenance Interval Schedule Bucket Upper Pivot Bearings - Lubricate ............ 109
Logging Fork Clamp - Lubricate ......................... 143
SMCS Code: 7000 Steering Cylinder Bearings - Lubricate ............... 147
Note: All safety information, warnings and Initial 250 Service Hours
instructions must be read and understood before
you perform any operation or any maintenance Transmission Oil Filter - Replace ........................ 151
procedure.
Every 250 Service Hours
Before each consecutive interval is performed all
of the maintenance requirements from the previous Cooling System Coolant Sample (Level 1) -
interval must also be performed. Obtain ................................................................ 113
Engine Oil Sample - Obtain ................................ 126
When Required
Every 250 Service Hours or Monthly
Automatic Lubrication Grease Tank - Fill ............ 100
Automatic Lubrication Grease Tank - Fill ............ 101 Battery - Clean .................................................... 102
Battery - Recycle ................................................ 103 Belt - Inspect/Adjust/Replace .............................. 103
Battery or Battery Cable - Inspect/Replace ........ 103 Brake Accumulator - Check ................................ 105
Bucket Wear Plates - Inspect/Replace ............... 109 Braking System - Test ......................................... 105
Circuit Breakers - Reset ....................................... 110 Differential and Final Drive Oil Level - Check ...... 116
Engine Air Filter Primary Element - Drive Shaft Spline (Center) - Lubricate ................ 117
Clean/Replace ................................................... 118 Engine Oil (High Speed) and Oil Filter - Change .. 122
Engine Air Filter Secondary Element - Replace .. 120 Engine Oil and Filter - Change ........................... 126
Engine Air Precleaner - Clean ............................ 121 Quick Coupler - Lubricate ................................... 144
Fuel System - Prime ........................................... 131
Fuses - Replace .................................................. 135 Every 500 Service Hours or 3 Months
High Intensity Discharge Lamp (HID) - Replace .. 136
Oil Filter - Inspect ................................................ 143 Differential and Final Drive Oil Sample - Obtain .. 117
Radiator Core - Clean ......................................... 144 Engine Crankcase Breather - Clean ................... 121
Ride Control Accumulator - Check ..................... 146 Engine Oil (High Speed) and Oil Filter - Change .. 122
Window Washer Reservoir - Fill .......................... 152 Engine Oil and Filter - Change ........................... 126
Window Wiper - Inspect/Replace ........................ 153 Fuel System Primary Filter (Water Separator)
Element - Replace ............................................ 132
Every 10 Service Hours or Daily Fuel Tank Cap and Strainer - Clean ................... 134
Hydraulic System Biodegradable Oil Filter Element -
Backup Alarm - Test ............................................ 102 Replace ............................................................. 137
Bucket Cutting Edges - Inspect/Replace ............ 105 Hydraulic System Oil Filter - Replace ................. 141
Bucket Tips - Inspect/Replace ............................ 107 Hydraulic System Oil Sample - Obtain ............... 142
Cooling System Coolant Level - Check ............... 113 Transmission Oil Sample - Obtain ...................... 152
Engine Oil Level - Check .................................... 125
Fuel System Primary Filter (Water Separator) - Every 1000 Service Hours or 6 Months
Drain ................................................................. 131
Hydraulic System Oil Level - Check ................... 142 Articulation Bearings - Lubricate ......................... 100
Quick Coupler - Check ........................................ 144 Battery Hold-Down - Tighten ............................... 103
Seat Belt - Inspect .............................................. 146 Case Drain Screen (Strainer) (Steering Pump,
Transmission Oil Level - Check .......................... 151 Hydraulic Fan Pump, Motor) - Clean ................. 110
Windows - Clean ................................................. 153 Drive Shaft Support Bearing - Lubricate .............. 118
Drive Shaft Universal Joints - Lubricate ............... 118
Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly Fuel System Secondary Filter - Replace ............ 133
Hood Tilt Actuator - Lubricate ............................. 137
Bucket Lower Pivot Bearings - Lubricate ............ 107 Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) - Inspect .. 146
Cab Air Filter - Clean/Replace ............................ 109 Steering Pilot Oil Screen (Command Control
Fuel Tank Water and Sediment - Drain ............... 135 Steering) - Clean/Replace ................................. 148
Tire Inflation - Check ........................................... 149 Transmission Oil - Change ................................. 149
Transmission Oil Filter - Replace ........................ 151
Every 100 Service Hours or 2 Weeks
Every 2000 Service Hours or 1 Year
Axle Oscillation Bearings - Lubricate .................. 101
Brake Discs - Check ........................................... 105
Differential and Final Drive Oil - Change ............. 115
SEBU7889-01 99
Maintenance Section
Maintenance Interval Schedule

Engine Valve Lash - Check ................................. 130


Engine Valve Rotators - Inspect ......................... 130
Hydraulic System Oil - Change ........................... 138
Hydraulic Tank Breaker Relief Valve - Clean ...... 143
Refrigerant Dryer - Replace ................................ 145
Service Brake Wear Indicator - Check ................ 147
Steering Shaft (Command Control Steering) -
Lubricate ........................................................... 148

Every Year
Cooling System Coolant Sample (Level 2) -
Obtain ................................................................ 114

Every 3 Years After Date of Installation or


Every 5 Years After Date of Manufacture
Seat Belt - Replace ............................................. 147

Every 6000 Service Hours or 3 Years


Cooling System Coolant Extender (ELC) - Add ... 112

Every 6000 Service Hours or 6 Years


Cooling System Water Temperature Regulator -
Replace .............................................................. 114

Every 12 000 Service Hours or 6 Years


Cooling System Coolant (ELC) - Change ............ 111
SEBU7889-01 113
Maintenance Section
Cooling System Coolant Level - Check

The cooling system pressure cap is located under Note: If it is necessary to add coolant daily, inspect
the engine hood at the rear of the machine. Tilt the the cooling system for leaks.
hood in order to access the cooling system pressure
cap. The cap is located on the radiator tank on the
i02219431
left side of the machine.

1. Slowly loosen the cooling system pressure cap in


Cooling System Coolant
order to relieve any system pressure. Remove the Sample (Level 1) - Obtain
cooling system pressure cap.
SMCS Code: 1350-008; 1395-008; 7542
2. If necessary, drain enough coolant from the
radiator in order to allow the addition of the Note: It is not necessary to obtain a Coolant
Extender to the cooling system. The cooling Sample (Level 1) if the cooling system is filled
system drain valve (2) is located on the lower left with Cat ELC (Extended Life Coolant). Cooling
side of the radiator. systems that are filled with Cat ELC should have
a Coolant Sample (Level 2) that is obtained at
3. Add 1.5 L (1.6 qt) of Extender to the cooling the recommended interval that is stated in the
system. Maintenance Interval Schedule.

Reference: Refer to Operation and Maintenance Note: Obtain a Coolant Sample (Level 1) if the
Manual, Capacities (Refill) for the correct cooling system is filled with any other coolant
amount. instead of Cat ELC. This includes the following
types of coolants.
4. Check the coolant level.
Commercial long life coolants that meet the
Reference: Refer to Operation and Maintenance Caterpillar Engine Coolant Specification -1
Manual, Cooling System Level - Check for the (Caterpillar EC-1)
correct procedure.
Cat Diesel Engine Antifreeze/Coolant (DEAC)
5. Install the cooling system pressure cap. Close the
engine hood. Commercial heavy-duty coolant/antifreeze

i02219429 NOTICE
Always use a designated pump for oil sampling, and
Cooling System Coolant Level use a separate designated pump for coolant sampling.
Using the same pump for both types of samples may
- Check contaminate the samples that are being drawn. This
contaminate may cause a false analysis and an incor-
SMCS Code: 1350-535-FLV rect interpretation that could lead to concerns by both
dealers and customers.

Note: Level 1 results may indicate a need for


Level 2 Analysis.

g01120228
Illustration 165

Open the service door on the left side of the machine.


The coolant level sight gauge is located on the left
side of the radiator.
g01120318
Illustration 166
Maintain the coolant level within the sight gauge. Add
coolant, if necessary.
114 SEBU7889-01
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Cooling System Coolant Sample (Level 2) - Obtain

The sampling valve for the cooling system is located


on the upper coolant tube between the water pump
and the radiator.

Obtain the sample of the coolant as close as possible


to the recommended sampling interval. In order
to receive the full effect of SOS analysis, you
must establish a consistent trend of data. In order
to establish a pertinent history of data, perform
consistent samplings that are evenly spaced.
Supplies for collecting samples can be obtained from
your Caterpillar dealer.

Use the following guidelines for proper sampling of


the coolant: g01120318
Illustration 167

Complete the information on the label for the


sampling bottle before you begin to take the The sampling valve for the cooling system is located
samples. on the upper coolant tube between the water pump
and the radiator.
Keep the unused sampling bottles stored in plastic
bags. Obtain the sample of the coolant as close as possible
to the recommended sampling interval. Supplies
Obtain coolant samples directly from the coolant for collecting samples can be obtained from your
sample port. You should not obtain the samples Caterpillar dealer.
from any other location.
Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual,
Keep the lids on empty sampling bottles until you Cooling System Coolant Sample (Level 1) - Obtain
are ready to collect the sample. for the guidelines for proper sampling of the coolant.

Place the sample in the mailing tube immediately Submit the sample for Level 2 analysis.
after obtaining the sample in order to avoid
contamination. Reference: For additional information about coolant
analysis, refer to Special Publication, SEBU6250,
Never collect samples from expansion bottles. Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations or
consult your Caterpillar dealer.
Never collect samples from the drain for a system.
i02219561
Submit the sample for Level 1 analysis.
Cooling System Water
For additional information about coolant analysis, see
Special Publication, SEBU6250, Caterpillar Machine Temperature Regulator -
Fluids Recommendations or consult your Caterpillar Replace
dealer.
SMCS Code: 1355-510; 1393-010
i02219546

Cooling System Coolant


Sample (Level 2) - Obtain Pressurized system: Hot coolant can cause seri-
ous burn. To open cap, stop engine, wait until ra-
SMCS Code: 1350-008; 1395-008; 7542 diator is cool. Then loosen cap slowly to relieve
the pressure.
NOTICE
Always use a designated pump for oil sampling, and NOTICE
use a separate designated pump for coolant sampling. Failure to replace the engines thermostat on a regu-
Using the same pump for both types of samples may larly scheduled basis could cause severe engine dam-
contaminate the samples that are being drawn. This age.
contaminate may cause a false analysis and an incor-
rect interpretation that could lead to concerns by both
dealers and customers.
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Engine Oil Sample - Obtain

1. Operate the machine for a few minutes before


obtaining the oil sample. This will thoroughly mix
the engine oil for a more accurate sample.

2. Open the engine hood.

g00753678
Illustration 192

1. Stop the engine. Open the access door on the


right side of the machine.

2. Remove dipstick (2) and wipe off the dipstick Illustration 193
g01121355
with a clean cloth. Then, reinsert the dipstick and
remove the dipstick again. This will give a more 3. Use the sampling valve in order to obtain a
accurate measurement of the oil level. sample of engine oil.
3. Maintain the engine oil between the FULL mark 4. Close the engine hood.
and the ADD mark on dipstick (2). If necessary,
remove filler cap (1) and add oil. Reference: For more information, refer to Special
Publication, SEBU6250, Caterpillar Machine Fluids
4. Close the engine access door. Recommendations, SOS Oil Analysis and Special
Publication, PEHP6001, How To Take A Good Oil
i02223451
Sample.

Engine Oil Sample - Obtain i02219776

SMCS Code: 1348-008; 7542 Engine Oil and Filter - Change


NOTICE SMCS Code: 1318-510
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained
during performance of inspection, maintenance, test- Selection of the Oil Change Interval
ing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to
collect the fluid with suitable containers before open-
ing any compartment or disassembling any compo- NOTICE
nent containing fluids. A 500 hour engine oil change interval is available, pro-
vided that the operating conditions and recommend-
Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, Caterpillar ed multigrade oil types are met. When these require-
Tools and Shop Products Guide for tools and supplies ments are not met, shorten the oil change interval to
suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar 250 hours, or use an SOS oil sampling and analysis
products. program to determine an acceptable oil change inter-
val.
Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and
mandates. If you select an interval for oil and filter change that is
too long, you may damage the engine.
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Hydraulic System Oil Level - Check

The lift arms must be lowered with the bucket flat in


order to check the hydraulic oil. Check the hydraulic
oil level while the engine is stopped. Maintain the oil
level above the ADD COLD mark on sight gauge
(2). If necessary, remove filler cap (1) slowly and add
oil.

i02223893

Hydraulic System Oil Sample


- Obtain
SMCS Code: 5050-008; 5056-008; 7542
g01121628
Illustration 218

6. Maintain the oil level above the ADD COLD mark


on the sight gauge. Add hydraulic oil, if necessary.

i02228186

Hydraulic System Oil Level -


Check
SMCS Code: 5056-535-FLV

g01122430
Illustration 221

Obtain a sample of the hydraulic oil from the


hydraulic oil sampling valve. The sampling valve
is located on the hydraulic oil filter base beneath
the cab on the right side of the machine. Refer
g01124108
Illustration 219 to Special Publication, SEBU6250, SOS Oil
Analysis for information that pertains to obtaining a
sample of hydraulic oil. Refer to Special Publication,
PEHP6001, How To Take A Good Oil Sample
for more information about obtaining a sample of
hydraulic oil.

g01124107
Illustration 220

The hydraulic tank is located behind the cab of the


machine.
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Transmission Oil Sample - Obtain

2. Park the machine on a hard, level surface. Put the 2. The sampling valve for the transmission oil is
transmission control into the NEUTRAL position. located on the transmission oil filter base on the
Lower the bucket to the ground with a slight right side of the machine under the platform. Use
downward pressure. Engage the parking brake. the in-line sampling valve in order to obtain a
sample of transmission oil.
Note: Before the machine is started, the transmission
oil level should be above MIN START mark (1) on Reference: For more information, refer to Special
the upper end of the sight gauge. Publication, SEBU6250, Caterpillar Machine Fluids
Recommendations, SOS Oil Analysis and Special
3. Check the oil level while the engine is running at Publication, PEHP6001, How To Take A Good Oil
low idle. Sample.

While the engine is running at low idle, the


i02266578
transmission oil level should be between the MIN
mark (3) and the MAX mark (2). Window Washer Reservoir -
4. If necessary, remove the filler cap and add oil. Fill
SMCS Code: 7306-544
i02195036

Transmission Oil Sample - NOTICE


When operating in freezing temperatures, use
Obtain Caterpillar nonfreezing window washer solvent or
equivalent. System damage can result from freezing.
SMCS Code: 3080-008; 7542

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained
during performance of inspection, maintenance, test-
ing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to
collect the fluid with suitable containers before open-
ing any compartment or disassembling any compo-
nent containing fluids.

Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, Caterpillar


Tools and Shop Products Guide for tools and supplies
suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar
products.

Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and Illustration 245


g01136879
mandates.
Window Washer Reservoir The window
1. Operate the machine for a few minutes before washer reservoir is located under an access
obtaining the oil sample. This will thoroughly mix door on the platform on the right side of the
the transmission oil for a more accurate sample. machine. Fill the window washer reservoir through
the filler opening.

g01108497
Illustration 244
SEBU7889-01 117
Maintenance Section
Differential and Final Drive Oil Sample - Obtain

Note: Make sure that the plug is installed completely The axles are not equipped with sampling valves.
before you check the oil level. If the plug is not Obtaining a sample of the differential and final drive
installed completely, an incorrect oil level reading can oil will require a vacuum pump or an equivalent.
occur. Withdraw the fluid through the filler opening on the
right side of each axle.
3. Remove the dipstick/fill plug again and check the
oil level. Maintain the oil level between the ADD Reference: Refer to Special Publication, SEBU6250,
mark and the FULL mark. Add oil, if necessary. Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations for
more information about obtaining an fluid sample.
Reference: Refer to Operation and Maintenance
Manual, Lubricant Viscosities and Refill
i01462847
Capacities for the type of lubricant and for the
refill capacity. Drive Shaft Spline (Center) -
4. Clean the plug and install the plug. Lubricate
5. Repeat Step 2 through Step 4 for the rear axle. SMCS Code: 3253-086-SN

Note: For better access to the fitting, articulate the


i01911031 machine to the right or to the left. Since the steering
Differential and Final Drive Oil frame lock cannot be connected in this case, remove
the engine start switch key and turn the battery
Sample - Obtain disconnect switch to the OFF position.

SMCS Code: 3278-008; 4011-008; 4070-008; 7542 Wipe off the fitting before you apply any lubricant.

g00667052
Illustration 175
Front axle

g00764632
Illustration 177

Apply lubricant through the fitting for the center drive


shaft spline.

g00667053
Illustration 176
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Lubricant Viscosities and Refill Capacities

Lubricant Viscosities and Lubricant Viscosities for Ambient


Refill Capacities Temperatures
NOTICE
i02228915 Do NOT use only the Oil Viscosities column when
determining the recommended oil for a machine com-
Lubricant Viscosities partment. The Oil Type and Classification column
MUST also be used.
SMCS Code: 7581

NOTICE
Selecting the Viscosity The footnotes are a key part of the Lubricant
Ambient temperature is the temperature of the air in Viscosities for Ambient Temperatures tables. Read
ALL footnotes that pertain to the machine compart-
the immediate vicinity of the machine. This may differ
ment in question.
due to the machine application and from the generic
ambient temperature for a geographic region. In order
to select the proper oil viscosity, review the regional Note: Use the oil type and the classification
ambient temperature and the potential ambient that is recommended for the various machine
temperature for a given machine application. Use the compartments.
higher temperature of the two ambient temperatures
in order to select the oil viscosity. Use the highest oil Note: Some machine compartments allow the use of
viscosity that is allowed for the ambient temperature more than one oil type. For the best results, do not
when you start the machine. For arctic applications, mix oil types.
the preferred method is the use of heaters for
machine compartments and a high viscosity oil. Note: Different brands of oils may use different
additive packages. For the best results, do not mix
The proper oil viscosity grade is determined by the oil brands.
minimum outside ambient temperature. This is the
temperature when the machine is started and while Note: Caterpillar oil is the preferred oil. All other listed
the machine is operated. In order to determine the oils are acceptable oils.
proper oil viscosity grade, refer to the Min column
in the table. This information reflects the coldest
ambient temperature condition for starting a cold
machine and for operating a cold machine. Refer to
the Max column in Table 16 in order to select the
oil viscosity grade for operating the machine at the
highest temperature that is anticipated.

Machines that are operated continuously should


use oils that have the higher oil viscosity in the final
drives and in the differentials. The oils that have the
higher oil viscosity will maintain the highest possible
oil film thickness. Consult your dealer if additional
information is needed.

Note: SAE 0W oil and SAE 5W oil are not


recommended for heavily loaded machines or
machines that are operated continuously. These
viscosity grades are not recommended for use in
hydraulic hammers. The oils that have the higher
oil viscosity will maintain the highest possible oil
film thickness. Consult your dealer if additional
information is needed.

Note: Some machine models and/or machine


compartments do not allow the use of all available
viscosity grades.
SEBU7889-01 93
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Lubricant Viscosities and Refill Capacities

Table 16
Lubricant Viscosities for Ambient Temperatures(1)
C F
Compartment or System Oil Type and Classification Oil Viscosities
Min Max Min Max
SAE 0W20 40 +10 40 +50
SAE 0W30 40 +30 40 +86
SAE 0W40 40 +40 40 +104
Cat DEO Multigrade
Cat DEO SYN SAE 5W30 30 +30 22 +86
Engine Crankcase(2)(3) Cat Arctic DEO SYN(4)
Cat ECF-1(5) SAE 5W40 -30 +50 22 +122
API CG-4 Multigrade(6)
SAE 10W30(7) -18 +40 0 +104
SAE 10W40 -18 +50 0 +122
SAE 15W40 -9.5 +50 +15 +122
SAE 0W20(8) 40 +10 40 +50
SAE 0W30(8) 40 +20 40 +68
SAE 5W30(8) 30 +20 22 +68
Cat TDTO
Power Shift Transmission Cat TDTO-TMS SAE 10W 20 +10 4 +50
commercial TO-4
SAE 30(9) 0 +35 +32 +95
SAE 50(9)(10) +10 +50 +50 +122
TDTO-TMS(9)(11) 10 +43 +14 +110
SAE 0W20 40 +40 40 +104
SAE 0W30 40 +40 40 +104
Cat HYDO SAE 5W30 30 +40 22 +104
Cat DEO
Cat MTO SAE 5W40 30 +40 22 +104
Cat TDTO SAE 10W 20 +40 4 +104
Cat TDTO-TMS
Cat DEO SYN SAE 30 +10 +50 +50 +122
Hydraulic Systems
Cat ECF-1
Cat BIO HYDO (HEES) SAE 10W30 20 +40 4 +104
API CG-4 SAE 15W40 15 +50 +5 +122
API CF
commercial TO-4 Cat MTO 25 +40 13 +104
commercial BF-1(12)
Cat BIO HYDO
40 +43 40 +110
(HEES)(12)
TDTO-TMS(11) 20 +50 -4 +122
(continued)
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(Table 16, contd)


Lubricant Viscosities for Ambient Temperatures(1)
C F
Compartment or System Oil Type and Classification Oil Viscosities
Min Max Min Max
SAE 0W20(8) 40 0 40 +32
SAE 0W30(8) 40 +10 40 +50
SAE 5W30(8) 35 +10 31 +50
Cat TDTO
Drive Axles Cat TDTO-TMS SAE 10W 25 +15 13 +59
commercial TO-4
SAE 30 20 +43 4 +110
SAE 50(10) +10 +50 +50 +122
TDTO-TMS(11) 30 +43 22 +110
(1) When you are operating the machine in temperatures below 20C (4F), refer to Special Publication, SEBU5898, Cold Weather
Recommendations. This is available from your Caterpillar dealer.
(2) Supplemental heat is recommended for cold-soaked starts below the minimum ambient temperature. Supplemental heat may be required
for cold-soaked starts that are above the minimum temperature that is stated, depending on the parasitic load and other factors.
Cold-soaked starts occur when the engine has not been operated for a period of time, allowing the oil to become more viscous due to
cooler ambient temperatures.
(3) API CF oils are not recommended for Caterpillar 3500 Series and smaller Direct Injection (DI) diesel engines. API CF-4 oils are not
recommended for Caterpillar machine diesel engines.
(4) Cat Arctic DEO SYN is an SAE 0W-30 viscosity grade oil.
(5) API CI-4, API CI-4 PLUS, and API CH-4 oils are acceptable if the requirements of Caterpillars ECF-1 (Engine Crankcase Fluid specification
- 1) are met. API CI-4, API CI-4 PLUS, and API CH-4 oils that have not met the requirements of Caterpillars ECF-1 specification may cause
reduced engine life.
(6) API CG-4 oils are acceptable for use in all Caterpillar machine diesel engines. When API CG-4 oils are used, the oil change interval
should not exceed 250 hours. API CG-4 oils that also meet API CI-4, API CI-4 PLUS, or API CH-4 must also meet the requirements
of the Caterpillar ECF-1 specification.
(7) SAE 10W-30 is the preferred viscosity grade for the 3116, 3126, C7, C-9 and the C9 diesel engines when the ambient temperature is
between -18 C (0 F) and 40 C (104 F).
(8) First Choice: Oils of full synthetic base stock without viscosity index improvers that meet the performance requirements of the TO-4
specification for the SAE 30 viscosity grade. Typical viscosity grades are SAE 0W20, SAE 0W30, and SAE 5W30. Second choice: Oils with
a TO-4 type additive package and a lubricant viscosity grade of SAE 0W20, SAE 0W30, or of SAE 5W30.
(9) Except for the gear case for the hydraulic driven winch, use SAE 30 viscosity grade for 0 C (32 F) to 43 C (110 F) or TMS for 10 C
(14 F) to 50 C (122 F).
(10) Do not use SAE 50 viscosity grade oil in ICM controlled transmissions. Do not use SAE 50 viscosity grade for the gear case of the
hydraulic driven winch.
(11) This oil exceeds the requirements of the TO-4/TO-4M specification.
(12) Commercial Biodegradable Hydraulic Oil (HEES) must conform to the Caterpillar BF-1 specification. This ambient temperature range is for
Caterpillar Biodegradable Hydraulic Oil (HEES) only. This range is not for commercial BF-1 oil.
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Lubricant Viscosities and Refill Capacities

i02445200 Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual,


Maintenance Interval Schedule for a specific
Capacities (Refill) sampling location and a service hour maintenance
interval.
SMCS Code: 7560
Consult your Caterpillar dealer for complete
Table 17
information and assistance in establishing an SOS
Approximate Refill Capacities program for your equipment.
Component or System Liters US gal
i02399583
Engine Crankcase (1) 30 8
Transmission 34 9.0 Diagnostic Lines (Remote
Two-Valve Hydraulic System
175 46
Pressure Taps)
for 950/962H (2)
SMCS Code: 7554-PK
Three-Valve Hydraulic
178 47
System(2)
Hydraulic Tank 110 29
Electrohydraulic System
Cooling System 47.5 12.5
Fuel Tank 293 77
Front Differential(3) 36 9.5 Crushing Hazard. Connect the steering frame lock
between front and rear frames before servicing the
machine in the articulation area. Disconnect the
Rear Differential(3) 36 9.5 steering frame lock and secure it in the stored po-
sition before resuming operation. Failure to do so
Groeneveld Automatic TWIN could result in serious injury or death.
4 1
Greasing System Reservoir
(1) This includes changing the oil filter.
(2) This includes the hydraulic tank, the hydraulic lines, and all
hydraulic components.
(3) Allow 1.0 L (1.0567 qt) for the addition of 1U-9891 Hydraulic
Oil Additive.

Reference: For refill capacities on the air conditioner


system, refer to Service Manual, SENR5664,
Specifications, System Capacities for Refrigerant.

i01822901

SOS Information
g01119922
Illustration 131
SMCS Code: 1348; 1350; 3080; 4070; 4250; 4300;
5050; 7542
The diagnostic lines are located on the right side of
SOS Services is a highly recommended process the machine under the platform behind an access
for Caterpillar customers to use in order to minimize panel.
owning and operating cost. Customers provide
oil samples, coolant samples, and other machine
information. The dealer uses the data in order to
provide the customer with recommendations for
management of the equipment. In addition, SOS
Services can help determine the cause of an existing
product problem.

Refer to Special Publication, SEBU6250, Caterpillar


Machine Fluid Recommendations for detailed
information concerning SOS Services.
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g01119923
Illustration 132
(1) Clutch packs
(2) Steering pump pressure
(3) Brake pressure
(4) Torque converter inlet pressure
(5) Torque converter outlet pressure
(6) Transmission lubrication pressure
(7) Main relief valve pressure for the transmission
950H K5K-N1A & 962H K6K-N4A Wheel Loader
Service Tools 10/28/2005

Part Part Tool


Number Name Function Qty

New Tools
Plate Bearing Puller (Lower
*218-4529 Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the lower hitch group (MAO) 1
Hitch)
Plate Bearing Puller (Upper
*218-4530 Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the upper hitch group (MAO) 1
Hitch)
*FT2825 Plate Gp. - Lower Used to measure the rolling torque for the bearings in the lower hitch group 1

*FT2826 Plate Gp. - Upper Used to measure the rolling torque for the bearings in the upper hitch group 1

169-0503 Seal Installation Kit Used to clean and lubricate Duo Cone seals prior to installation 1

Hydraulic Tank
*138-7574 Link Bracket Used to R&I the rear half of the hydraulic tank 2

Piston Pump (Steering)


*8T-5096 Dial Indicator Used to check endplay 1
1P-4878 Plate Used to compress the spring inside the barrel 1

Steering Wheel
145-5242 Puller Used to R&I the steering wheel 1

Pilot Valve (Steering)


2M-0849 Washer Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 2
6B-6684 Nut Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 2
6V-2360 Washer Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 1
*126-7176 Forcing Screw Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 1
126-7177 Puller Leg Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 2
126-7181 Sliding Plate Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 2
126-7182 Nut Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 1
126-7183 Crossblock Used to remove ball bearings from shaft assembly 1
*1P-0510 Driver Group Used to install the lip type seal in the lower body assembly 1

Vane Pump (Implement, Pilot, and Braking)


*1P-0510 Driver Group Used to install the lip type seal in the outside cover 1

Piston Motor (Hydraulic Fan)


6V-2166 Link Bracket Used to remove the bearing from the cover assembly 1

Main Control Valve and Mounting Plate


*8S-7630 Stand Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-7631 Tube Used to support the lift arms 2

*8S-7615 Pin Used to support the lift arms 2

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*8S-8048 Saddle Used to support the lift arms 2
8S-9906 Ratchet Puller Used to remove the main control valve and the mounting plate 1

Bucket
*1U-9758 Jack Stand Used to support the bucket tilt link 1

*3S-6224 Electric Pump Group Used to remove the bucket tilt link pin and the bucket linkage pin 1

*6V-3175 Hydraulic Puller Used to remove the bucket tilt link pin and the bucket linkage pin 1

4C-9633 Stud 1 Used to remove the bucket linkage pin 1

*4C-9634 Stud 1-1/4 Used to remove the bucket tilt link pin 1

6V-2077 Bushing Used to remove the bucket linkage pin 1

*9U-6832 Fast Runner Nut Used to remove the bucket tilt link pin 1

9U-6833 Fast Runner Nut Used to remove the bucket linkage pin 1

*6V-4035 Sleeve Assembly Used to remove the bucket tilt link pin and the bucket linkage pin 1

Tilt Cylinder
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the rod end and the tilt cylinder bearings 1
*6V-3175 Double Acting Cylinder Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the rod end and the tilt cylinder bearings 1
*4C-9634 Pin Puller Stud Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the rod end and the tilt cylinder bearings 1
*9U-6832 Fast Runner Nut Assembly Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the rod end and the tilt cylinder bearings 1
*6V-4035 Sleeve Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the rod end and the tilt cylinder bearings 1
*8S-7650 Cylinder As Used to remove the tilt cylinder pin on the head end 1
1P-1838 Bearing Puller Plate Used to remove the tilt cylinder bearing on the rod end 1
*1P-1839 Bearing Puller Plate Used to remove the tilt cylinder bearing on the cap end 1
*9U-7289 Measuring scale Used to measure the depth on the bearing installation 1
*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to install the sleeve bearings in the tilt cylinder 1

Tilt Link
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump Used to remove the tilt link pins and the bearings 1
*6V-3175 Double Acting Cylinder Used to remove the tilt link pins 1
*4C-9634 Puller Stud Used to remove the tilt link pins 1
*9U-6832 Nut Used to remove the tilt link pins 1
*6V-4035 Sleeve Used to remove the tilt link pins 1
5P-8601 Bearing Puller Adapter Used to R&I the bearings in the bucket tilt link 1
*1P-0520 Driver Gp Used to install the lip type seals in the tilt link 1

Tilt Lever
*1U-9758 Jack Stand Gp Used to support bucket tilt link 1
Used to remove the pin at the rod end of the tilt cylinder, the top and center tilt lever
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump 1
pin, and the R&I of the tilt lever center bearing
Used to remove the pin at the rod end of the tilt cylinder and the pin at the bottom of
*6V-3175 Double Acting Cylinder 1
the tilt lever.
Used to remove the pin at the rod end of the tilt cylinder and the pin at the bottom of
*4C-9634 Pin Puller Stud 1
the tilt lever. It will also R&I the center bearing of the tilt lever
Used to remove the pin at the rod end of the tilt cylinder and the pin at the bottom of
*9U-6832 Fast Runner Nut Assembly 1
the tilt lever. It will also R&I the center bearing of the tilt lever
Used to remove the pin at the rod end of the tilt cylinder and the pin at the bottom of
*6V-4035 Sleeve 1
the tilt lever.

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Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever and the R&I of the
6V-0113 Double Acting Cylinder 1
center bearing of the tilt lever
9U-6751 Puller Sleeve As Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
9U-6757 Adapter Plate Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
9R-3979 Rods Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 4
*8T-4121 Washers Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 4
8T-4133 Nuts Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 4
8T-1158 Hex Bolt Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 3
9U-6753 Retaining Plate Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
6V-2074 Puller Stud Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
8H-3390 Nut Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
6V-2073 Bushing Used to remove the pin located in the center of the tilt lever 1
9S-5431 Puller Sleeve As Used to R&I the bearing located in the center of the tilt lever 1
1P-1842 Puller Adapter Used to R&I the bearing located in the center of the tilt lever 1
5P-8712 Bushing Used to R&I the bearing located in the center of the tilt lever 1
*1P-0520 Driver Gp Used to install the lip seal located in the center of the tilt lever 1

Lift Cylinder
*8S-7630 Stand Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-7631 Tube Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-7615 Pin Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-8048 Saddle Used to support the lift arms 2
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump Used to remove the pin at the head end of the lift cylinder 1
*6V-3175 Double Acting Cylinder Used to remove the pin at the head end of the lift cylinder 1
*9U-5344 Pin Puller Stud Used to remove the pin at the head end of the lift cylinder 1
*9U-5346 Fast Runner Nut Assembly Used to remove the pin at the head end of the lift cylinder 1
*6V-4035 Sleeve Assembly Used to remove the pin at the head end of the lift cylinder 1
*4C-9634 Pin Puller Stud Used to remove the lift cylinder sleeve bearing from the cap end 1
*9U-6832 Fast Runner Nut Assembly Used to remove the lift cylinder sleeve bearing from the cap end 1
5P-7288 Sleeve Used to remove the lift cylinder sleeve bearing from the cap end 1
*1P-1839 Bearing Puller Plate Used to remove the lift cylinder sleeve bearing from the cap end 1
*9U-7289 Measuring scale Used to measure the depth on the bearing installation 1
*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to install the sleeve bearings in the lift cylinder 1

Lift Arms
*8S-7630 Stand Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-7631 Tube Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-7615 Pin Used to support the lift arms 2
*8S-8048 Saddle Used to support the lift arms 2
Used to remove the pin at the base of the lift arms, and the R&I for the bearings at
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump 1
all pin locations
Used to remove the pin at the base of the lift arms, and the R&I for the bearings at
*6V-3175 Double Acting Cylinder 1
all pin locations
*9U-5344 Pin Puller Stud Used to remove the pin at the base of the lift arms 1
*9U-5346 Nut Used to remove the pin at the base of the lift arms 1
*6V-4035 Sleeve Used to remove the pin at the base of the lift arms 1

*4C-9634 Pin Puller Stud Used to remove the bearings at all pin locations 1

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*9U-6832 Nut Used to R&I the bearings at all pin locations 1
*7F-6068 Sleeve Assembly Used to remove the bearings from the bucket end of the lift arms 1
1P-1835 Bearing Puller Adapter Used to R&I the bearings for the bucket end of the lift arms 1
1P-1837 Bearing Puller Adapter Used to R&I the bearings for the lift cylinder pin bores 1
Used to remove the bearing from the rod end of the lift cylinder and the frame end
*7F-6068 Sleeve Assembly 1
pin bores
1P-1839 Bearing Puller Adapter Used to R&I the bearings for the frame end pin bores 1
5P-4184 Pin Puller Stud Used to install the bearings at all pin locations 1
*1P-0520 Driver Gp Used to install the lip type seals in multiple locations 1
*1P-0510 Driver Gp Used to install the lip type seals in multiple location 1

Cab
*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the cab 4

Loader Frame and Rear Frame


*9U-7536 Stand Used to support the rear frame 2
Used to remove the bearing cups and the bearing cones from the upper and lower
*3S-6224 Electric Hydraulic Pump 1
hitch
180-3033 Stand Used under the front of the rear frame to support it 2
*138-7574 Link Bracket Used to lift the front of the machine 2
*8S-7650 Cylinder Used to remove the upper hitch pin 1
8T-5255 Hydraulic Jack Used to remove the lower hitch pin 1
Used to remove the bearing cups and the bearing cones from the upper and lower
6V-3160 Cylinder 1
hitch
Used to remove the bearing cups and the bearing cones from the upper and lower
*9U-5343 Stud 1
hitch
Used to remove the bearing cups and the bearing cones from the upper and lower
*9U-5345 Fast Runner Nut 1
hitch
1M-6756 Sleeve Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the lower hitch 1
6V-3142 Adapter Plate Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the lower hitch 1
*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to install the lip seals in the upper and lower caps 1
Plate Bearing Puller (Lower
*218-4529 Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the lower hitch group (MAO) 1
Hitch)
Plate Bearing Puller (Upper
*218-4530 Used to remove the bearing cups and cones from the upper hitch group (MAO) 1
Hitch)
*FT2825 Plate Gp. - Lower Used to measure the rolling torque for the bearings in the lower hitch group 1

*FT2826 Plate Gp. - Upper Used to measure the rolling torque for the bearings in the upper hitch group 1

Roading Fender (Rear)


*138-7574 Link Bracket Used to R&I the bracket assembly 2

Torque Converter, Transmission and Output Transfer Gears


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the torque converter assembly 3

*3E-3880 Eyebolt Used to R&I the torque converter, transmission and the output transfer gears 2

1U-9200 Lever Puller Hoist Used to support the engine 1


Engine and Transmission Support
*208-5040 Used to support the engine 1
Tube
*143-8695 Shackle Used to support the engine 1

*143-8698 Shackle Used to support the engine 1

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*6V-3145 Load Leveling Beam Used to R&I the torque converter, transmission and the output transfer gears 1

Torque Converter
*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the torque converter housing 2
*1P-7405 Eyebolt Used to R&I the drive gear shaft for the pump drive 2
2P-8312 Retaining Ring Pliers Used to R&I the retaining rings in multiple functions 1

Transmission Oil Pump


*1P-0510 Driver Group Used to install two sleeve bearings 1

Torque Converter from Transmission, Output Transfer Gears


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to separate the torque converter from the transmission planetary group 3

Torque Converter to Transmission, Output Transfer Gears


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to connect the torque converter to the transmission planetary group 3

Transmission Planetary
*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the transmission planetary group 3

*1P-7405 Eyebolt Used to R&I the housing 2

*1P-0520 Driver Group Used install bearing and sun gear 1

*8B-7551 Bearing Puller Assembly Used to remove the bearing from the input shaft 1

*1P-0510 Driver Group Used to install the bearings in the input shaft 1

Output Transfer Gears


*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to remove the bearing cone from the input transfer gear 1
1P-2322 Puller Assembly Used to remove the bearing cone from the input transfer gear 1
8B-7556 Adapter Used to remove the output shaft from the transfer gear and bearing cone 2
8B-7548 Push-Puller Used to remove the output shaft from the transfer gear and bearing cone 1
8B-7560 Step Plate Used to remove the output shaft from the transfer gear and bearing cone 1
8H-0684 Ratchet Box Wrench Used to remove the output shaft from the transfer gear and bearing cone 1
*8B-7551 Bearing Puller Attachment Used to remove the bearing cone from the output shaft 1
*8T-5096 Dial Indicator Group Used to measure bearing end play 1

Transmission from Output Transfer Gears


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to remove the transmission planetary group from the output transfer gears 1

Transmission to Output Transfer Gears


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to installthe transmission planetary group to the output transfer gears 1

Tire and Rim (Front)


8S-7610 Base Used to lift the front of the machine 1
*8S-7650 Cylinder Used to lift the front of the machine 1
*8S-7615 Pin Used to lift the front of the machine 1
*4C-5809 Hydraulic Pump Used to lift the front of the machine 1
*8S-7615 Pin Used to support the front of the machine 1
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8S-7621 Tube Used to support the front of the machine 1
8S-7640 Stand Used to support the front of the machine 1

Tire and Rim (Rear)


*9U-7536 Lift Stand Used to support the rear of the machine 2
*4C-5809 Hydraulic Pump Used with **9U-7536 to support the machine 1

Trunnion Support (Oscillating Axle, Front)


6V-2086 Installer Used to install the sleeve bearing 1
9S-8874 Locator Used to install the sleeve bearing 1
*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to install the sleeve bearing 1

Axle Housing
*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to R&I components of the axle during the D&A 2
*1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand Used to support the axle during the D&A work 1
Provide means for mounting differential carrier assemblies
*FT0996 Positioning Group 4
on *1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand
Provide means for mounting differential carrier assemblies
*FT0957 Adapter Group 4
on *1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand
1P-1863 Pliers Used to R&I the retaining rings from the axle shaft 1
4C-8358 Lifting Eyes Used to R&I the planetary carrier assembly 3
6V-7820 Torque Multiplier Used to R&I the bearing nut from the axle shaft 1
4C-8501 Spanner Wrench Used to R&I the bearing nut from the axle shaft 1
150-1782 Crossblock Used to separate the axle shaft assembly from the axle housing 1
3H-0470 Screw Used to separate the axle shaft assembly from the axle housing 1
3H-0466 Nut Used to separate the axle shaft assembly from the axle housing 1
*3H-0468 Plate Used to separate the axle shaft assembly from the axle housing 2
9U-7692 Threaded Rod Used to separate the axle shaft assembly from the axle housing 2
1U-6439 Installer Used to install the duo-cone seals 1
FT2615 Bar (Rolling Torque) Used to check seal drag on the axle housing 1

Brakes
185-5784 Brake Wear Gauge Measures brake wear 1
*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to R&I components of the axle during the D&A 2
*1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand Used to support the axle during the D&A work 1
*FT0996 Positioning Group Provide means for mounting the axle on the *1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand 4
*FT0957 Adapter Group Provide means for mounting the axle on the *1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand 4

Differential and Bevel Gear


*1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand Used to support the axle during the D&A work 1
Provide means for mounting differential carrier assemblies
*FT0996 Positioning Group 4
on **1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand
Provide means for mounting differential carrier assemblies
*FT0957 Adapter Group 4
on **1P-2420 Transmission Repair Stand
*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to R&I pinion gear assembly during the D&A 2
*138-7574 Link Bracket Used to R&I the differential assembly during the D&A 2
*8B-7551 Puller Used to remove the bearing cone from the differential 1
5F-7343 Puller Used to remove the bearing cone from the differential 1
4C-8345 Wrench Used to adjust nut 4E-4029 1
4C-8346 Wrench Used to adjust nut 4E-4030 1

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Differential Pinion
1U-6689 Socket Used to R&I the pinion nut 1

1H-3110 Bearing Puller Assembly Used to remove the bearing cone from the pinion shaft 1

*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to lower the pinion housing over the pinion shaft 2

8B-7584 Puller Used to install the yoke onto the pinion shaft 1

8T-0664 Bolt Used to install the yoke onto the pinion shaft 1

7X-0851 Nut Used to install the yoke onto the pinion shaft 1

*1P-0520 Driver Group Used to install the lip type seals into the retainer 1

Limited Slip Differential


1U-9895 Crossblock Used to measure the end play gap 1

1U-5477 Driver Ring Used to measure the end play gap 1

1P-0526 Drive Plate Used to measure the end play gap 1

7X-2556 Bolt Used to measure the end play gap 1

*9X-8257 Washer Used to measure the end play gap 1

8T-4132 Nut Used to measure the end play gap 1

7X-2546 Bolt Used to measure the end play gap 2

*8T-4121 Hard Washer Used to measure the end play gap 2

8T-4223 Hard Washer Used to measure the end play gap 2

*9X-8257 Washer Used to measure the end play gap 2

*8T-5096 Dial Indicator Group Used to measure the end play gap 1

Hood
*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the hood 3

Hood Tilt Actuator


*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to support the hood 1

Alternator
*163-0383 Breaker Bar Used to tighten the alternator belt 1

Belt Tensioner
*163-0383 Breaker Bar Used to tighten the alternator belt 1

Fuel Priming Pump and Primary Filter (Water Separator)


*2P-8250 Strap Wrench As Used to remove the primary fuel filter element 1

Fuel Filter (Secondary) and Fuel Filter Base


*2P-8250 Strap Wrench As Used to remove the secondary fuel filter element 1

Unit Injector Hydraulic Pump


*2P-8250 Strap Wrench As Used to remove the primary fuel filter element 1

Unit Injector
5F-4764 Pry Bar Used to remove the injector 1

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149-2955 Seal Protector Used to install the upper high pressure seals 1
149-2956 Seal Installer Used to install the upper high pressure seals 1
152-1057 Fuel Injector Installer Used to install the unit injector 1

Fuel Tank
*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to R&I the fuel tank 2

Radiator Core
*138-7574 Link Bracket Used to R&I the upper radiator tank 2

Radiator and Fan


3E-3879 Eyebolt Used to R&I the radiator 2

Fan Group (Includes Fan, Fan Guard, Fan Shroud, and Hydraulic Fan Motor
*138-7573 Link Bracket Used to R&I the fan blade and the fan drive motor 2
6V-3009 Crossbar Used to remove the fan adapter from the motor 1
*126-7176 Forcing Screw Used to remove the fan adapter from the motor 1
8T-0355 Bolt Used to remove the fan adapter from the motor 2
126-7181 Sliding Plate Used to remove the fan adapter from the motor 2

Transmission Oil Cooler


1U-7505 Hydraulic Jack Used to R&I the transmission oil cooler 1

Engine Oil Cooler


*2P-8250 Strap Wrench As Used to remove the engine oil filter 1

Refrigerant Compressor
*163-0383 Breaker Bar Used to relives the tension on the belt tensioner 1

Engine
*138-7575 Link Bracket Used to R&I the air cleaner support 1
*3E-3880 Eyebolt Used to support the transmission 1
1U-9202 Lever Puller Hoist Used to support the transmission 1
*208-5040 Bar Used to support the transmission 1
*143-8695 Shackle Used to support the transmission 1
*143-8698 Shackle Used to support the transmission 1
*6V-3145 Load Leveler Used to R&I the engine 1

Tools with the * are duplicated in this document.

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Reman Offerings for 962H with E/Model TT146 (Updated 09/30/05)
Name Part# Reman# Notes
ALTERNATOR GP 1779953 0R4843
ARM AS-ROCKER 1538467 10R1708
ARM AS-ROCKER 1538470 10R1709
CAMSHAFT AS. 2124288 Unassigned Under Review
COMPRESSOR-GP 1630872 Unassigned Under Review
CORE AS-OIL CLR 1878595 0R8132
CORE AS-OIL CLR 1252871 N/A No Reman Offering
CORE AS-OIL CLR 1515711 N/A No Reman Offering
CORE AS-OIL CLR 2508327 Unassigned Under Review
CRANKSHAFT A-UTN 2275480 0R2806
CRANKSHAFT AS 2275480 0R2806
CYLINDER AS-HYD (GENERAL) 1630325 10R0639
CYLINDER AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2032208 Unassigned Under Review
CYLINDER AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2457500 Unassigned Under Review
CYLINDER AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2459790 Unassigned Under Review
CYLINDER PACK 2382720 10R1930
DAMPER AS 1678121 N/A No Reman Offering
FLYWHEEL AS 1608230 N/A No Reman Offering
HEAD AS-CYL (UTN) 2195846 10R2358
INJECTOR GP-FUEL 2681835 N/A No Reman Offering
LIFTER AS-VALVE 1394081 Unassigned Under Review
MOTOR GP-ELEC 2071517 10R0395
PISTON PACK GP 2382720 10R1930
PUMP GP-ENG OIL 2004497 N/A No Reman Offering
PUMP GP-GEAR (GENERAL) 2153013 N/A No Reman Offering
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 1840704 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 2379874 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 2418693 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 2419299 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 2544108 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD (GENERAL) 2545146 Unassigned Under Review
PUMP GP-HYD 2544357 10R3144
PUMP GP-WATER 2274299 N/A No Reman Offering
ROD AS-CONN 2133193 0R2741
ROD AS-HYD (GENERAL) 1630327 0R7380
ROD AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2245700 Unassigned Under Review
ROD AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2457495 Unassigned Under Review
ROD AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2483318 Unassigned Under Review
ROD AS-HYD (GENERAL) 2490954 Unassigned Under Review
TURBO GP-BASIC 2500841 Unassigned Under Review

Machine Information

E/Model: TT146
Version: -
SNP: K6K
Engine: C7