Mitsubishi Forklift Truck FD/FG 10N/15N/18N/20N/20CN/25N/30N/35AN/35N Operating Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Mitsubishi Diesel Forklift Truck FD/FG-N.

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Covered models:
    FD15N (EF16D-01001-up)
    FD18N (EF16D-41001-up)
    FD20CN (EF16D-61001-up)
    FD20N (EF18C-01001-up)
    FD25N (EF18C-55001-up)
    FD30N (EF14E-03001-up)
    FD35N (EF14E-52001-up)
    FG15N (EF34L-02001-up)
    FG18N (EF34L-41001-up)
    FG20CN (EF34L-61001-up)
    FG20N (EF17DL-01001-up)
    FG25N (EF17DL-53001-up)
    FG30N (EF13FL-02001-up)
    FG35N (EF13FL-51001-up)


Format: PDF, 201 Pages
Language: English
Contents:
    SAFETY RULES FOR FORKLIFT TRUCK OPERATORS
        General
        Warning Decals, Location
        Warning Decals, Description
        Lubrication and Maintenance Chart
        Safety Rules
        Operating Precautions
        Working Precautions
        LP-Gas
    KNOW YOUR FORKLIFT TRUCK
        Serial Number and Capacity Plate
        Electrical Components
        Model View
        Driving Switches and Controls
        Instrument Panel
        Operating Switches and Controls
        Operator's Seat
        Seat Belt
        Integrated Presence System
        Parking Brake Safety Warning
        Fuses and Lamps
        Fork Locking Pins
        Changing Forks
        Drawbar Pin
        Assist Grip
        Engine Hood
        Hydraulic Tank Oil Level / Filler Hole
        Fuel Filler
        Brake Tank Oil Level / Air Breather
    HOW TO AVOID A TIPOVER;HOW TO SURVIVE ONE
        Know What Forklift Truck Stability Is
        Center of Gravity (CG)
        Stability and Center of Gravity (Top View)
        Stability and Center of Gravity (Side View)
        Forklift Truck Stability Base
        Capacity (Weight and Load Center)
        Capacity Plate
        Do’s and Don’ts to Avoid Tipover .
        How to Survive in a Tipover
    REFUELING
        Gasoline and Diesel Engine Equipped
        LP-Gas Engine Equipped
    OPERATION
        New Forklift Truck Break-in
        Before Starting Engine
        Starting Diesel Engine
        Starting LP-Gas Engine
        Engine Won't Start
        Starting with Jumper Cables
        After Starting Engine
        Before Moving Forklift Truck
        Forklift Truck Operation
        Stopping Forklift Truck
        Parking Forklift Truck (After Stopping)
        Leaving Forklift Truck (FC Model)
    OPERATING TECHNIQUES
        Stacking Methods
        Handling Loads Safely
        Correct Operating Steps and Blinking of
        the Mast Interlock Indicator Lamp
        Incorrect Operating Steps and Blinking of
        the Mast Interlock Indicator Lamp
        Inching Into and Lifting the Load
        Traveling with the Load
        Unloading
        Working on Grades
    STORING THE FORKLIFT TRUCK
        End of Each Shift Storage
        Long Term Storage
    TRANSPORTATION HINTS
        Forklift Truck Shipping
        Forklift Truck Lifting and Tiedown Information
    SPECIAL SITUATIONS
        Care in Cold Weather
        Care in Hot Weather
        Severe Dust or Lint Conditions
    TROUBLESHOOTING
        Changing a Tire
        Stalled Engine
        When the Temperature Gauge Shows Red Zone
        Torque Converter Oil Temperature Warning Lamp Glows (Powershift)
        Trouble with the LP-Gas Equipment
        Driving Interlock Indicator Lamp Blinks or Glows, and the Forklift Truck Stops Moving
        Mast Interlock Indicator Lamp Blinks or Glows, and the Mast and Attachments Stop Moving
        (FC Model) / the Mast Stops Moving (MC Model)
        The Mast and Attachments Malfunctions (FC Model)
        Error Codes and Explanations
    MAINTENANCE
        General
        Inspection Precautions
        Maintenance Schedule
        Every 10 Service Hours or Daily (Pre-Start), Whichever Comes First
        Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly, Whichever Comes First
        One Month (30 days) or 200 Service Hours After Delivery of a New Truck, Whichever Comes First
        Parts to Be Changed Periodically
    SERVICE DATA
        Fuel Information
        Coolant Information
        Recommended Fuels and Oils
        Specifications (Standard Models)
        Specifications (only for the forklift truck with wet disc brake)
        Refill Capacities
        Capacities and Forklift Truck Weight (Standard Models)
    TO THE MITSUBISHI FORKLIFT TRUCK OWNER
        The Importance of Genuine Parts
        Dispose of your forklift truck properly
        Instructions for Ordering Parts
        Service Registration
        APPENDIX
        General
        Specifications
    INDEX
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