Komatsu Wheel Loader WA150PZ-5 sn: H50051 and up Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Komatsu Wheel Loader WA150. 
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Covered models:
    WA150PZ-5 sn: H50051 and up
 
Format: PDF, 289 Pages
Language: English
 
Contents:
    1. Foreword
        1.1 Foreword
        1.1.1 EU Directives
        1.2 Safety information
        1.2.1 Signal words 
        1.2.2 Safety labels
        1.3 Introduction
        1.3.1 Intended use 
        1.3.2 Directions of machine 
        1.4 Necessary information
        1.4.1 PIN/Machine serial noplate and position 
        1.4.2 Engine serial noplate and position
        1.4.3 ROPS/FOPS-Cab serial noplate 
        1.4.4 Axle serial noplate 
        1.4.5 Transmission serial noplate
        1.4.6 Seat operator serial noplate 
        1.4.7 Position of service meter 
        1.4.8 Table to enter serial noand distributor 
        1.5 Contents
        1.6 Dimensions, weights and operating data
        1.6.1 WA150PZ-5: Dimensions, weights and operating data 
        1.7 CE-Conforming equipment
        1.7.1 CE-Conforming equipment 
        1.7.2 Manufacturer-supplied CE-Conforming equipment, according to document 419-93-H1250
    2. Safety
        2.1 Safety labels
        2.1.1 Location of safety labels 
        2.1.2 Presentation of safety labels 
        2.2 General precautions
        2.3 Precautions for operation
        2.3.1 Starting engine 
        2.3.2 Operation
        2.3.3 Transportation 
        2.3.4 Battery 
        2.3.5 Towing 
        2.4 Precautions for maintenance
        2.5 Precautions with tires
    3. Operation
        3.1 General view
        3.1.1 General view of machine 
        3.1.2 General view of controls and gauges 
        3.2 Explanation of components
        3.2.1 Machine monitor
        3.2.2 Switches 
        3.2.3 Control levers, pedals
        3.2.4 Steering tilt lock lever 
        3.2.5 Cap and cover with lock 
        3.2.6 Safety bar 
        3.2.7 Towing pin 
        3.2.8 Grease pump 
        3.2.9 Cab door inner lock 
        3.2.10 Cab door open lock 
        3.2.11 Cab window open lock cancel knob 
        3.2.12 Fuse 
        3.2.13 Slow blow fuse 
        3.2.14 Power outlet 
        3.2.15 Storage box 
        3.2.16 Air conditioner 
        3.2.17 Handling cab wiper
        3.3 Operation
        3.3.1 Check before starting engine, adjust 
        3.3.2 Starting engine 
        3.3.3 Operations and checks after starting engine 
        3.3.4 Stopping engine
        3.3.5 Moving the machine (directional, speed), stopping the machine
        3.3.6 Turning 
        3.3.7 Operation of work equipment 
        3.3.8 Handling hydraulic quick coupler
        3.3.9 Work possible using wheel loader 
        3.3.10 Precautions for operation 
        3.3.11 Adjusting work equipment posture 
        3.3.12 Parking machine 
        3.3.13 Check after stopping engine 
        3.3.14 Checks after completion of operation 
        3.3.15 Locking 
        3.3.16 Handling the tires
        3.4 Transportation
        3.4.1 Transportation procedure 
        3.4.2 Loading, unloading work with trailers 
        3.4.3 Lifting machine 
        3.5 Cold weather operation
        3.5.1 Precautions for low temperature 
        3.5.2 Precautions after completion of work 
        3.5.3 After cold weather 
        3.5.4 Warming-up operation for steering hydraulic circuit in cold weather 
        3.6 Long-term storage
        3.6.1 Before storage 
        3.6.2 During storage 
        3.6.3 After storage
        3.7 Troubleshooting
        3.7.1 When machine runs out of fuel
        3.7.2 Towing the machine 
        3.7.3 If battery is discharged 
        3.7.4 Other trouble 
    4. Maintenance
        4.1 Guides to maintenance
        4.2 Outlines of service
        4.2.1 Handling oil, fuel, coolant, grease and carrying out KOWA (KOMATSU Oil Wear Analysis) 4.2.2 Outline of electric system 
        4.3 Wear parts
        4.3.1 Wear parts list 
        4.4 Fuel, coolant and lubricants
        4.4.1 Lubrication chart
        4.4.2 Proper selection of fuel, coolant and lubricants 
        4.5 Standard tightening torques for bolts and nuts
        4.5.1 Torque list
        4.6 Periodic replacement of safety critical parts
        4.7 Maintenance schedule chart
        4.7.1 Maintenance schedule chart 
        4.8 Service procedure
        4.8.1 Initial 250 hours service (only after the first 250 hours)
        4.8.2 When required 
        4.8.3 Check before starting 
        4.8.4 Every 50 hours service 
        4.8.5 Every 100 hours service 
        4.8.6 Every 250 hours service 
        4.8.7 Every 500 hours service 
        4.8.8 Every 1000 hours service 
        4.8.9 Every 2000 hours service
        4.8.10 Every 4000 hours service
    5. Technical Data
        5.1 Technical data
        5.2 Noise emission levels
        5.3 Vibration level
    6. Attachments, Options 
        6.1 Selecting bucket and tires
        6.2 Method of using 2 levers
        6.2.1 Explanation of components 
        6.2.2 Operation 
        6.3 Handling fork tool
        6.3.1 Explanation of components 
        6.3.2 Operation 
        6.4 Method of using 3 levers
        6.4.1 Explanation of components 
        6.4.2 Operation 
        6.5 Central lubrication system
        6.5.1 Operating the central lubrication system 
        6.5.2 Display and control unit 
        6.5.3 Changing the lubrication interval times 
    7. Index
        7.1 Index
    8. Notes
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