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Re: I-60 Won't Move / Clutch not Working

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PraSand

11-15-2013 17:41:09
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I am appreciative of your reply, Ron! ...

{ I understand the cleaning procedure mentioned using kerosene, thanks! }

I would like to add some new information...

I removed what was thought to be a breather-only cap... NOT! Another dip stick!!!

I thereafter inspected the subsystems to gather further detail.

So, the revised list is as follows:

Spot 1 is nearest the forks side of the machine - bigger wheels.

Spot 5 is nearest the radiator/counterweight side of the machine - smaller wheels.

(Curver roof overhead - it IS an I-60.)

fill spot 1 - WAS 1 - Hydraulic Oil for Lifting. My associate has already added Hydraulic Oil of some kind - hope thats OK.

fill spot 2 - NEW - Orange oil. It's just like red hydraulic oil, except that it's orange. Appears Quite Empty. Can-Breath Cap.

fill spot 3 - WAS 2 - Dark grey oil. It's clearly bad. It gets almost solid when the temp is near H2O-freeze. It "smells" quite bad. Appears Over Full, however, I suspect a bunch of volume has been gained by "foaming"/suspension. Cylinder-No-Breath Cap.

fill spot 4 - WAS 3 - Pink oil. Appears Quite Empty. Can Cap.

fill spot 5 - WAS 4 - Black oil. It's clearly time to change this. Low. Standard Loop Cap.

At this time, it appears to me that:

spot 1 - For Lifting - I ASSUME Hydraulic Oil or Good Tractor Fluid is allowed.

spot 2 - [ Gear Shifter is here. Axle is here.] This is a transmission/transaxle/torque converter/differential/whatever? Use ??? Oil (it's orange).

spot 3 - [Forward Reverse is here.] [Clutch may interface here.] [THIS IS INTERCOOLED!] This is a universal gear or whatever to provide for forward - neutral - reverse. Use ??? Oil (it's thick dark grey gunk).

spot 4 - [Hydraulic Steering appears to be here.] [Clutch MAY interface here - perhaps it's just a spring.] Use ??? Oil (it's pink).

spot 5 - [Engine is here.] I'm not sure what's recommended in these diesel engines for -30C or so operation???

Thanks to those of you brave enough to read this :-)

Jay

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Diydave

11-15-2013 18:25:50
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 Re: I-60 Won't Move / Clutch not Working in reply to PraSand, 11-15-2013 17:41:09  
I assume you have an I-60 forklift, since you mentioned forks. From the front of this machine, #1 dipstick is for the differential, 89W90 gear oil. #2 is the tranny, Universal hy-tran is fine. #3 is Power director(shuttle clutch), again hy-tran. #4 is on the left side, behind operator's position, Hyd compartment, again Hy-tran. #5 is motor oil. # 6 is the power steering hole, 5W20 non detergent. If I got any wrong, I'm sure someone will jump in.

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