Always park in the shade when possible.
If your vehicle has been parked in the sun
with the windows up, remove overheated air
inside by driving with windows down and the
air conditioner "ON" for one or two city blocks.
At least once or twice a month turn on the air
conditioner for a few minutes while the engine
is running. This periodic operation keeps all
the mechanical parts of your air conditioner in
good operating condition.
Have your IH air conditioner checked each
spring for refrigerant, compressor oil level and
belt tension. Keep radiator area free of bugs,
Do not cover the condenser in front of radiator
with a screen wire. Small amounts of water
removed from the air inside your vehicle. Air
conditioning sometimes causes engine of the
vehicle to run slightly warmer than usual.
STALE AIR AND SMOKE
To remove stale air or smoke while air conditioner is
operating, you may want to open a window vent slightly for a
short period of time.
periodically. Keep radiator and condenser areas free of bugs,
leaves, etc. Do not cover the condenser with a screen wire.
Small amounts of water draining out of air conditioner's drain
tube is normal and represents condensed moisture which has
been removed from the air inside your vehicle.
When air conditioner is being used daily, remove air
filter once each season and check for dirt, lint, etc. Replace if
necessary. Vehicles operating in unusually dusty conditions
may require replacing the air filter more often.
The heater-defroster systems can be operated
simultaneously with the air conditioner during mild weather
and high humidity conditions for dehumidification of the moist
air. To obtain maximum dehumidification, set the "A/C" lever
to "COLD", place the fan switch on "HI" and
move the "HTR" lever towards "HOT" until a comfortable
temperature is maintained. The air conditioner will remove
the humidity while the heater keeps the cab comfortable.
In compliance with Noise Control Laws as stipulated
in certain localities, the operator must be aware of the proper
horn to use when within City Limits. If this vehicle is equipped
with both an electric and air horn system, the electric horn will
be known as the "City" horn while the air horn will be known
as the "Country" horn.
WHEN TO USE
Electric Horn (City Horn)
The electric horn (city horn) is applicable to
operations within the City Limits.
Air Horn (Country Horn)
The air horn (country horn) is restricted to operation
outside the City Limits.
RAISING THE HOOD
Release latch at each side of cowl.
Pull on hood tilt assist handle at front of hood.
LOWERING THE HOOD
Slowly lower hood to closed position.
Engage latches at side of cowl.
See Engine Starting under Vehicle Operation.
When the lighting switch is pulled out halfway, the
parking, side marker and taillights are