As with any machine, care should be taken when making any check, doing any maintenance, or making any repair
to avoid being injured. Improper or incomplete service could also lead to the vehicle itself not working properly which may
result in personal injury or damage to the vehicle or its equipment. If you have any question about carrying out some
service, have the service elevated to next higher maintenance level.
Your vehicle has been engineered and manufactured so that it can provide economical and trouble-free service.
However, it is the operators responsibility to see that the vehicle receives proper care and maintenance.
Making modifications to various parts, components and systems of vehicle, such as brake and steering
systems, can adversely affect the quality and reliability of your vehicle, possibly resulting in personal injury
and accident. Such modifications must be avoided.
3-1.3 Follow the periodic lubrication procedures Chapter 4 and regular engine inspection intervals outlined in this Table 3-
1. Remember that regular maintenance and replacement of worn parts will usually prevent serious problems from
3-1.4 The lubrication intervals present a good opportunity to inspect the vehicle. We suggest that the various points listed
herein be checked at the recommended intervals.
To help avoid personal injury, take care when performing any maintenance or making any check or repair.
Some of the materials in this vehicle may also be hazardous if used, serviced, or handled improperly.
Improper or incomplete service can also affect the vehicle which may in turn result in personal injury, or
damage to the truck or its equipment, if you have any questions pertaining to the service, have the work
done by a skilled technician.
Failure to properly perform maintenance and servicing procedures could result in damage to the vehicle
and could cause personal injury or property damage.