IT62G Integrated Toolcarrier and 950G and 962G Wheel Loaders Operator Controls - Pilot Hydraulic Work Tool Controls Caterpillar


Operator Controls - Pilot Hydraulic Work Tool Controls
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1.1. Hydraulic Control Support
2.1. Lift Control
3.1. Tilt Control
4.1. Joystick Control
5.1. Multipurpose Bucket Control (If Equipped)
6.1. Side Dump Lever (If Equipped)
7.1. Auxiliary Control (Third Function Lever)
8.1. Quick Coupler Control
9.1. Quick Coupler Lockout Control (If Equipped)
10.1. Auxiliary Control (Fourth Function Lever)
11.1. Logging Fork Clamp Control (If Equipped)
12.1. Hydraulic Lockout Control

Hydraulic Control Support



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Turn handle (2) counterclockwise in order to loosen the armrest. Move armrest (1) into the desired position. Turn handle (2) clockwise in order to lock the armrest into position.

Lift Control



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FLOAT (1) - Push the lever forward into the detent. The bucket will lower to the ground. The bucket will follow the contour of the ground.

The lever will remain in the FLOAT position until the lever is pulled out of the detent. The lever will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released.


NOTICE

Never use the FLOAT position to lower a loaded bucket.

Machine damage can result from a bucket that falls too fast.


LOWER (2) - Push the lever forward in order to lower the bucket. The lever will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released.

HOLD (3) - The lever will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released from the RAISE position or from the LOWER position. The bucket will remain in the selected position.

RAISE (4) - Pull the lever backward in order to raise the bucket. Release the lever in order to stop lifting the bucket. The lever will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released.

The lever is detented in the fully raised position. The lever will stay in the detent and the bucket will continue to rise until the bucket reaches the lift kickout height. Then, the lever will return to the HOLD position.

Note: On later machines with pilot hydraulic bucket controls, the operator must perform one lift cycle before the electromagnetic detents are energized. This feature prevents movement of the attachment at start-up if the lever has been accidentally moved to the detent.

Tilt Control



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DUMP (1) - Push the lever forward in order to dump a load from the bucket.

HOLD (2) - When you release the lever, the lever will return the HOLD position. The bucket will remain in the selected position.

TILT BACK (3) - Pull the lever backward in order to tilt the bucket backward.

The lever is detented in the full TILT BACK position. The lever will stay in the detent and the bucket will continue to tilt back until the bucket reaches the digging angle that is preset by the tilt kickout. Then, the lever returns to the HOLD position.

Note: A machine with ride control may experience partial lowering of the lift arms when the lever is held in the DUMP position with the bucket against the bucket stops and the lift arms are fully raised. To avoid partial lowering of the lift arms, return the lever to the HOLD position.

Joystick Control



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FLOAT (1) - Push the joystick forward into the detent. The attachment will follow along the contour of the ground.

The joystick will remain in the FLOAT position until the joystick is pulled out of the detent. The joystick will return to the HOLD position when the joystick is released.

LOWER (2) - Push the joystick forward in order to lower the attachment. The joystick will return to the HOLD position when the joystick is released.

HOLD (3) - The joystick will return to the HOLD position when the joystick is released from the RAISE position or from the LOWER position. The attachment will remain in the selected position.

RAISE (4) - Pull the joystick backward in order to raise the attachment. The joystick will return to the HOLD position when the joystick is released.

The joystick is detented in the fully raised position. The joystick will stay in the detent and the attachment will continue to rise until the attachment reaches the lift kickout height. Then, the joystick will return to the HOLD position.

Note: On the IT62G and the 962G Parallel Lift machines, some attachments such as pallet forks or material handling arms may require deactivation of the lever detents. When the switch for the kickout neutralizer is in the OFF position, the control levers will not stay in the detents.

Note: On later machines with pilot hydraulic bucket controls, the operator must perform one lift cycle before the electromagnetic detents are energized. This feature prevents movement of the attachment at start-up if the lever has been accidentally moved to the detent.

TILT FORWARD or DUMP (5) - Move the joystick to the right in order to tilt the attachment forward. This position is also for dumping a bucket.

TILT BACK (6) - Move the joystick to the left in order to tilt back the attachment.

Multipurpose Bucket Control (If Equipped)



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CLOSE (1) - Push the control lever forward in order to close the bucket. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

HOLD (2) - When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position. The bucket will remain in the current position.

OPEN (3) - Pull the control lever rearward in order to open the bucket. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

Side Dump Lever (If Equipped)



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DUMP (1) - Push the control lever forward in order to dump the bucket. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

HOLD (2) - When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position. The bucket will remain in the current position.

RETURN (3) - Pull the control lever rearward in order to return the bucket. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

Auxiliary Control (Third Function Lever)



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After the attachment is properly installed, move the diverter valve lever outward in order to provide flow to the supply lines.



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Pull the control lever rearward in order to pressurize left supply line (1). Push the control lever forward in order to pressurize right supply line (2).

Note: Operating instructions for specific attachments are not provided. The function of the control lever is dependent upon the installation of an Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturer's attachment.

Quick Coupler Control

------ WARNING! ------

Improper engagement of work tools could result in injury or death.

Do not operate this machine until you have positive indication that the coupler pins are fully engaged.




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Move the diverter valve lever to the coupler position in order to provide flow to the coupler.



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DISENGAGE (1) - Move the control lever forward in order to disengage the coupler pins. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

HOLD (2) - When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position. The coupler pins will remain in the ENGAGED position or in the DISENGAGED position.

ENGAGE (3) - Move the control lever rearward in order to engage the coupler pins. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

To make sure that the coupler pins are fully engaged into the attachment, tilt the attachment downward onto the ground and apply slight downward pressure. Then, back up the machine. If there is movement between the attachment and the coupler pins, the attachment is not installed properly.

Reference: Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Quick Coupler Operation" for more detailed instructions.

Note: Operating instructions for specific attachments are not provided. The function of the control lever is dependent upon the installation of an Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturer's attachment.

Quick Coupler Lockout Control (If Equipped)



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LOCKED - Move the lever lock toward the quick coupler lever and push the pin into the hole. This locks the quick coupler lever in position.

Note: Place the lever lock into the LOCKED position when you are roading the machine or when you are transporting the machine.

UNLOCKED - Pull the pin out of the hole. Move the lever lock away from the quick coupler lever. This releases the quick coupler lever.

Auxiliary Control (Fourth Function Lever)



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Switch (1) controls the operation of control lever (2). When the bottom of switch (1) is depressed, control lever (2) will operate the usual tilt functions of the hydraulics.

When the top of switch (1) is depressed, the hydraulic flow will be diverted so that control lever (2) will operate the fourth function of an attachment. For example, the tilt function for a rotary hydraulic broom can be locked out once the attachment has been tilted to the desired position. Then, the lever would control the direction of rotation for the rotary hydraulic broom.

Pull control lever (2) rearward in order to pressurize the left supply line. Push the control lever (2) forward in order to pressurize the right supply line.

Logging Fork Clamp Control (If Equipped)



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CLOSE (1) - Push the control lever forward in order to close the logging fork clamp. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

HOLD (2) - When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position. The logging fork clamp will remain in the current position.

OPEN (3) - Pull the control lever rearward in order to open the logging fork clamp. When you release the control lever, the control lever will return to the HOLD position.

Hydraulic Lockout Control



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The hydraulic lockout control is below the hydraulic control console on the right side of the operator seat.

LOCKED - Pull up on handle (1) in order to lock the implement controls.

UNLOCKED - Push down on handle (1) in order to unlock the implement controls.

Note: The detents will not function unless the hydraulic lockout control is in the fully unlocked position.

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