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Fig. 57.  Stay Rod Details for 230 x 230 cm (90 x 90 inch) Cab
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TORQUE CHART - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_348
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS CAB REMOVAL The  removal  of  the  S-Series  cab  from  chassis  can  be performed providing an overhead crane and cab lifting fixture are   available.      Removal   procedures   may   vary   for   various models depending on type of equipment and accessories. The following steps may be used as a guide. 1. Block wheels of truck and release parking brake. 2. Tilt or remove hood. 3. Disconnect battery ground cable. 4. Drain radiator and disconnect heater hose. 5. Disconnect steering shaft at gear. 6. Disconnect accelerator linkage. 7. Disconnect electrical connections and ground wire. 8. Disconnect clutch linkage. 9. Disconnect brake system (air or hydraulic). 10.   Disconnect speedometer and tachometer drive cables. 11.   Disconnect air conditioning lines (if so equipped). 12.   Remove shift lever from transmission. 13.   Detach exhaust system from cab if system is vertical type. 14.   Install cab lifting fixture.  Make sure fixture is padded to prevent damage to cab. 15.   Remove cab to frame stay rods. 16.   Partially  lift  cab  so  cab  weight  will  be  supported  on lifting fixture. 17.   Remove  cab  to  frame  mounting  bolts  and  nuts  at front and rear locations. CAUTION Inspect all cab to frame attaching points to be sure   they   are   disconnected   or   damage   can result. 18.   Carefully lift cab from chassis. CAB INSTALLATION Cab  installation  is  the  reverse  of  the  foregoing  removal procedure.  No special adjustment is required for cab to frame mounting bolts and nuts other than the application of specified torques.        Connect    all    wiring    harnesses,    plumbing    and controls.    Start  engine  and  check  all  systems  and  controls before returning truck to service. LUBRICATION Cab  hardware  and  other  mechanisms  require  a  periodic application  of  lubricant  to  increase  service  life  and  prevent objectionable  squeaking.  New  cabs  are  lubricated  at  factory and  before  they  are  delivered  to  customer.    After  the  cab  is placed  in  service,  regular  lubricating  intervals  based  on  type of   service   should   be   established.      Thorough   lubrication   at definite intervals adds greatly to cab service life and reduces overall expense. For   specified   lubrication   intervals   refer   to   Operator's Manual.    For  those  special  items  requiring  attention  and  a particular  type  of  lubricant,  refer  to  LUBRICATION  section, CTS-2412 in the Service Manual. Wipe  off  all  lubricant  points  before  applying  new  lube  to prevent  lube  contamination.    Apply  lube  sparingly  and  wipe away excess. CTS-2714R  Page 32 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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