14H Motor Grader Operator Controls Caterpillar


Operator Controls
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14H Motor Grader [SEBU7477]
OPERATOR STATION
CAB GP
14H Motor Grader Operator Controls
1.1. Engine Start Switch (1)
2.1. Temperature Variable Control (2)
3.1. Fan Speed Switch (3)
4.1. Parking Brake Reset Valve (4)
5.1. Cigar Lighter (5)
6.1. Blade Lift Control for the Right Side (6)
7.1. Wheel Lean Control (7)
8.1. Service Light Power Receptacle (8)
9.1. Interior Dome Light (9)
10.1. Directional Turn Signal and Hazard Flasher Control (10)
11.1. Ether Starting Aid Switch (11)
12.1. Low Beam for the Work Light (12)
13.1. Panel Lights, Tail Lights and Running Lights (13)
14.1. Headlight Dimmer Switch (14)
15.1. Front Floodlights (15)
16.1. Front Floodlights and Rear Floodlights (15)
17.1. Differential Lock Control (16)
18.1. Centershift Control (17)
19.1. Articulation Control (18)
20.1. Snow Plow/Dozer Lift Control (19)
21.1. Dozer Angle Control (20)
22.1. Transmission Control and Parking Brake Control (21)
23.2. Transmission Control
24.2. Parking Brake Control
25.2. Changing Speed and Direction
26.1. Service Brake Control (22)
27.1. Accelerator Control (23)
28.1. Throttle Control (Throttle Hold Mode Switch (24) and Throttle Speed Set Switch (25))
29.1. Centershift Lock Control (26)
30.1. Secondary Steering Test Switch (27)
31.1. Blade Cushion Control (28)
32.1. Transmission Modulator Control (29)
33.1. Blade Sideshift Lever (30)
34.1. Blade Lift Control for the Left Side (31)
35.1. Snow Wing Lift Control (32)
36.1. Snow Wing Tilt Control (33)
37.1. Ripper Control (34)
38.1. Blade Tip Control Lever (35)
39.1. Blade Circle Drive Lever (36)
40.1. Window Wiper/Washer Switch (37, 38, 39)
41.1. Moldboard Lights (40)
42.1. Heated Mirror Switch (41)
43.1. Snow Wing Light (42)
44.1. Auxiliary Backup Lights (43)
45.1. Defroster Fan Control (44, 45)
46.1. Warning Beacon (46)
47.1. Steering Column Tilt Control (47)
48.1. Steering Wheel Tilt Control (48)
49.1. Panel Dimmer Switch (49)

Note: Your machine may not be equipped with all of the controls that are described in this topic.



Illustration 1g01525808
(1) Engine start switch
(2) Temperature variable control
(3) Fan speed switch
(4) Parking brake reset valve
(5) Cigar lighter
(6) Blade lift control for the right side
(7) Wheel lean control
(8) Service light power receptacle
(9) Interior dome light switch
(10) Directional turn signal and hazard flasher control
(11) Ether starting aid switch
(12) Low beam for the work light
(13) Panel lights, tail lights and running lights
(14) Headlight dimmer switch
(15) Front floodlights and rear floodlights
(16) Differential lock control
(17) Centershift control
(18) Articulation control
(19) Snow plow/dozer lift control (if equipped)
(20) Dozer angle control (if equipped)
(21) Transmission control and parking brake control
(22) Service brake control
(23) Accelerator control
(24) Throttle hold mode switch
(25) Throttle speed set switch
(26) Centershift lock control
(27) Secondary steering test switch
(28) Blade cushion control


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(29) Transmission modulator control
(30) Blade sideshift lever
(31) Blade lift control for the left side
(32) Snow wing lift control (if equipped)
(33) Snow wing tilt control (if equipped)
(34) Ripper control (If equipped)
(35) Blade tip control lever
(36) Blade circle drive lever
(37) Rear window wiper and window washer
(38) Lower front window wiper and window washer
(39) Front window wiper and window washer
(40) Moldboard lights
(41) Heated mirror switch
(42) Snow wing light
(43) Auxiliary backup lights
(44) Front defroster fan
(45) Rear defroster fan
(46) Warning beacon
(47) Steering column tilt control


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(48) Steering wheel tilt control
(49) Panel dimmer switch


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(50) Battery disconnect switch


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(51) Engine shutdown switch

Engine Start Switch (1)

When you turn engine start switch (1) to the ON position, electrical power is supplied to the systems in the operator compartment.

OFF - When you insert the engine start switch key and when you remove the engine start switch key, the engine start switch must be in the OFF position. To disconnect the power to the electrical circuits in the cab, turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. Also, turn the engine start switch to the OFF position in order to stop the engine.

ON - To activate the electrical circuits in the cab, turn the engine start switch key clockwise to the ON position.

START - To start the engine, turn the engine start switch key clockwise to the START position. When the engine start switch key is released, the engine start switch key will return to the ON position.

Note: If the engine fails to start, return the engine start switch key to the OFF position. This must be done before you attempt to start the engine again.

Temperature Variable Control (2)

Temperature Variable Control (2) - Turn the knob anywhere between OFF position (left) and MAXIMUM position (right). This will control the amount of heating and the amount of cooling.

Fan Speed Switch (3)

Fan Speed Switch (3) - The fan speed switch controls the three-speed blower fan motor.

OFF - Move the switch to this position in order to stop the blower fan.

Heater - Move the switch to the right in order to operate the heating system.

Air Conditioner - Move the switch to the left in order to operate the air conditioning system.

LOW - Move the switch to this symbol for the lowest fan speed.

MEDIUM - Move the switch to this symbol for a medium fan speed.

HIGH - Move the switch to this symbol for the highest fan speed.

Parking Brake Reset Valve (4)

Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Operator Controls - Transmission Control and Parking Brake Control" for more information.

Cigar Lighter (5)

Lighter (5) - Push the lighter inward and release the lighter. When the lighter is ready to use, the lighter will move outward. Lighter (5) can also be used as a 24 volt power receptacle. This power receptacle can be used to power automotive electrical equipment or accessories. Remove the cap before use.

Blade Lift Control for the Right Side (6)

BLADE LIFT - Pull back on lever (6) in order to raise the right end of the blade. When you release lever (6), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - When the lever is released from the LOWER position or the LIFT position, the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

BLADE LOWER - Push the lever forward in order to lower the right end of the blade. When you release lever (6), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

BLADE FLOAT for the Right Side - Push the lever to the most forward detent position. When you release lever (6), the lever will remain in the FLOAT position.

Note: Extra effort may be necessary to push the lever forward into the FLOAT (detent) position.

Note: When the lever is in the FLOAT position and the engine is turned off, the lever will not return to the HOLD position. Before starting the engine, return the lever to the HOLD position.

Wheel Lean Control (7)

WHEEL LEAN RIGHT - To lean the wheels to the right, pull back on lever (7). When you release lever (7), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The wheels will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (6) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The wheels will remain in the selected position.

WHEEL LEAN LEFT - To lean the wheels to the left, push lever (7) forward. When you release lever (7), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The wheels will remain in the selected position.

Service Light Power Receptacle (8)

Service Light Power Receptacle (8) - If equipped, a twelve volt power receptacle is located to the left of the operator on the cup holder. This power receptacle can be used to power automotive electrical equipment or accessories. Remove the cap before use.

Interior Dome Light (9)

Interior Dome Light (9) - Push in the rear half of switch (9) in order to turn on the interior dome light. Push in the front half of switch (9) in order to turn off the interior dome light.

Directional Turn Signal and Hazard Flasher Control (10)

Directional Signal Lights

LEFT - Pull down on control (10) in order to activate the left turn signal. When control (10) is pushed down, an indicator light will illuminate on the front dash. The left turn signal will remain on until control (10) is manually returned to the OFF position.

OFF - Move control (10) to the MIDDLE position in order to deactivate the turn signal. The directional signal lights will remain off.

RIGHT - Push up on control (10) in order to activate the right turn signal. When control (10) is pushed up, an indicator light will illuminate on the front dash. The right turn signal will remain on until control (10) is manually returned to the OFF position.

Hazard - Pull out on control (10) in order to activate the hazard lights. Push in on control (10) in order to turn off the hazard lights.

Ether Starting Aid Switch (11)

Ether Starting Aid (if equipped) - The ether starting aid (switch) is required during cold weather operation. While you crank the engine, depress the bottom of switch (11) in order to inject a premeasured amount of ether into the air intake. Switch (11) will return to the NEUTRAL position when the switch is released.

Note: Ether is injected automatically when the temperature is below 0 °C (32 °F). When the temperature is above 0 °C (32 °F), the ether aid will not inject ether into the engine.


NOTICE

Inject ether ONLY while cranking the engine. Use the ether sparingly. Excessive ether can cause piston and ring damage. Use ether for cold starting purposes only. See the Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Engine Starting with Ether Starting Aid" for further information.


Low Beam for the Work Light (12)

Low Beam for the Work Light (12) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (12) in order to turn on the low beam of the work light. Push in the bottom of switch (12) in order to turn off the low beam of the work light.

Panel Lights, Tail Lights and Running Lights (13)

Panel Lights, Tail Lights and Running Lights (13) - Push in the top of switch (13) in order to turn on the panel lights, tail lights and the running lights. Move switch (13) to the MIDDLE position in order to turn off the panel lights, tail lights and running lights. Push in the bottom of switch (13) in order to turn on the panel lights, and the tail lights only.

Headlight Dimmer Switch (14)

Headlight Dimmer Switch (14) - Push switch (14) downward in order to change the headlight beams to the high beam. Push switch (14) upward in order to change the headlight beams to the low beam.

Front Floodlights (15)

Note: Before you turn on the front floodlights, you must turn on the panel lights, the tail lights and the running lights.

Front Floodlights (15) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (15) in order to turn on the front floodlights. Push in the bottom of the switch to the MIDDLE position in order to turn off the front floodlights.

Front Floodlights and Rear Floodlights (15)

Note: Before you turn on the front floodlights, you must turn on the panel lights, the tail lights and the running lights.

Front Floodlights and Rear Floodlights (15) (If Equipped) - Push in the bottom of the switch in order to turn on the front floodlights and the rear floodlights. Push in the top of the switch to the MIDDLE position in order to turn off the front floodlights and rear floodlights.

Differential Lock Control (16)

Locked - Push the bottom of switch (16) in order to lock the differential. When the differential is locked, an indicator light will illuminate on the front dash. The differential lock will help to prevent wheel slippage. Use the differential lock when you grade on soft ground or on wet ground. Engage the differential lock only when the wheels are not slipping. Decrease engine rpm until the wheel stops spinning. Anticipate using the differential lock before wheel slippage occurs. Any excessive uncontrolled wheel spin can cause accelerated wear on certain components of the drive train. This is due to inadequate lubrication while the wheel is spinning.

Unlocked - Push the top of switch (16) in order to unlock the differential.


NOTICE

Use of the differential lock when turning, articulating or roading may cause drive train component damage.


Make sure that the differential is unlocked when you turn the machine or when you articulate the machine. Also, make sure that the differential is unlocked when you are roading the machine.

Centershift Control (17)

Centershift RIGHT - To move the drawbar to the right, pull back on lever (17). When you release lever (17), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The drawbar will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (17) will return to the HOLD position when you release lever (17). The drawbar will remain in the selected position.

Centershift LEFT - To move the drawbar to the left, push lever (17) forward. When you release lever (17), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The drawbar will remain in the selected position.

Articulation Control (18)

Articulation RIGHT - To move the rear of the machine to the right, pull back on lever (18). When you release lever (17), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The machine will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (18) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The machine will remain in the selected position.

Articulation LEFT - To move the rear of the machine to the left, push lever (18) forward. When you release lever (18), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The machine will remain in the selected position.

Snow Plow/Dozer Lift Control (19)

LOWER - Push lever (19) forward in order to lower the snow plow/dozer blade. When you release lever (18), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (19) will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released. The blade will remain in the selected position.

RAISE - Pull back on lever (19) in order to raise the snow plow/dozer blade. When you release lever (18), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

FLOAT - Push lever (19) to the most forward detent position. When you release lever (19), the lever will remain in the FLOAT position.

Note: Extra effort may be necessary to push the lever forward into the FLOAT (detent) position.

Note: When lever (19) is in the FLOAT position and the engine is turned off, the lever will not return to the HOLD position. Before starting the engine, return lever (19) to the HOLD position.

Dozer Angle Control (20)

RIGHT - Pull back on lever (20) in order to angle the dozer blade to the right. When you release lever (20), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The dozer blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (20) will return to the HOLD position when the lever is released. The dozer blade will remain in the selected position.

LEFT - Push lever (19) forward in order to angle the dozer blade to the left. When you release lever (20), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The dozer blade will remain in the selected position.

Transmission Control and Parking Brake Control (21)

Lever (21) controls both the transmission and the parking brake.

Transmission Control

Note: You must move lever (21) from the PARKING BRAKE ENGAGED position before you can move lever (21) to the NEUTRAL position.

Forward - Move lever (21) to the left and pull back the lever to the desired forward speed setting. The machine will move forward.

NEUTRAL - Move lever (21) to the NEUTRAL position when you are preparing to park the machine.

Reverse - Move lever (21) to the right and pull back lever (21) to the desired speed. The machine will move in reverse.

Parking Brake Control

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

Personal injury could result from the sudden stop of the machine.

If the brake system air pressure drops below normal operating pressure, an action alarm will sound and the brake alert indicators on the operator's panel will flash. The action light will start flashing. If the air pressure continues to drop further, the parking brake will engage automatically. Be prepared for a sudden stop.

Correct the reason for the loss of air pressure. Do not move the machine without normal brake air pressure.



NOTICE

Do not engage the parking brake while the machine is moving unless the service brake fails. The use of the parking brake as a service brake in regular operation will cause severe damage to the parking brake.



NOTICE

Moving the machine with the parking brake engaged can cause excessive wear or damage to the brake. If necessary, have the brake repaired before operating the machine.




Illustration 6g01529196

Transmission control (lever) (21) is located on the right side of the operator in the operator compartment.

The parking brake is controlled by lever (21). Engage the parking brake after the machine has stopped.

The parking brake reset valve (4) is located on the right side of the operator in the operator compartment.

Parking Brake Reset Valve - In order to engage the parking brake, place your hand on top of knob (A) of the shift lever. Use your fingers to pull sleeve (B), that is below knob (A), upward as you push lever (21) forward into the PARKING BRAKE ENGAGED position and release knob (A). The parking brake indicator lamp will illuminate on the right hand console when the air pressure is released in order to engage the parking brake. In order to release the parking brake, place your hand on top of knob (A) of the transmission shift lever. Use your fingers to pull sleeve (B), that is below knob (A), upward as you pull back on lever (21) to the NEUTRAL position. Then push down on the parking brake reset valve (4) for three seconds or push down on the parking brake reset valve (4) until the parking brake indicator lamp turns OFF.

Changing Speed and Direction

  1. Cycle all controls for inspection of proper operating function.

  2. Make sure that the accelerator control is in the LOW IDLE position.

  3. Engage the transmission modulator control.

  4. Raise all the equipment.

  5. Engage the service brake.

  6. Move transmission control (lever) (21) to the position for the desired direction and for the desired speed.

  7. Release the transmission modulator control.

  8. Push down the accelerator control until the desired speed is attained.

  9. Upshift one speed at a time. Increase engine speed, as required.


    NOTICE

    To prevent possible damage to the machine, reduce ground speed before downshifting.


  10. To change the machine's direction of travel, use the service brakes to slow the machine. Engage the transmission modulator control in order to stop the machine. Then move transmission control (lever) (21) to the position for the desired direction and for the desired speed. After you select the desired direction and the desired speed, release the service brakes and the transmission modulator control (pedal).

Service Brake Control (22)

Depress pedal (22) in order to engage the service brake. Use the service brake in order to reduce ground speed. Use the service brake in order to stop the machine.

Release pedal (22) in order to disengage the service brake.

Accelerator Control (23)

Depress pedal (23) in order to increase the engine speed. The engine will return to the setting of the throttle control when you release pedal (23). Release pedal (23) in order to decrease the engine speed. The engine will return to the setting of the throttle control when you release pedal (23).

Throttle Control (Throttle Hold Mode Switch (24) and Throttle Speed Set Switch (25))

The throttle control is made up of two switches that work together. The switches are throttle speed set switch (25) and throttle hold mode switch (24).

Throttle Speed Set Switch (25)

SET/ACCEL - When switch (24) is not in OFF mode, push switch (25) forward in order to set the engine speed. Push switch (25) forward again in order to increase the engine speed by 100 rpm. Push switch (25) forward and hold down switch (25) in order to increase the engine speed by 700 rpm/sec.

RESUME/DECELERATE - When switch (24) is not in OFF mode, push switch (25) backward in order to decrease the engine speed by 100 rpm. Push switch (25) backward and hold down switch (25) in order to decrease the engine speed by 700 rpm/sec. When switch (24) is in AUTO mode, push switch (25) backward in order to resume the preset engine speed.

Throttle Hold Mode Switch (24)

Switch (24) is a three-position switch. The following modes can be selected:

  • AUTO

  • OFF

  • MANUAL

Automatic Mode - Push switch (24) forward in order to put the throttle control in automatic mode. When switch (24) is in AUTO mode, the function of the throttle will be similar to a cruise control. Use the accelerator pedal in order to achieve the desired engine speed. Push switch (25) forward in order to set the throttle at the current engine speed. Use switch (25) in order to change the throttle setting.

If either of the following conditions occur, the throttle setting of AUTO mode will be suspended and the engine speed will adjust to the setting of the accelerator pedal:

  • The accelerator pedal is moved more than 20 percent.

  • The service brake is applied.

Push switch (2) backward in order to resume the preset engine speed.

The RESUME feature will be disabled if any of the following conditions occur:

  • Switch (24) is moved to OFF position.

  • Switch (24) is moved to MANUAL mode.

  • The key start switch is moved to the OFF position.

  • The engine is stalled.

The indicator light for the throttle lock will be illuminated when the throttle setting is locked during AUTO mode.

Manual Mode - Push switch (24) backward in order to put the throttle control in manual mode. Use the accelerator pedal in order to achieve the desired engine speed. Push switch (25) forward in order to set the throttle at the current engine speed. Use switch (25) in order to change the throttle setting.

The engine speed will increase if the accelerator pedal is pressed past the throttle setting. When the accelerator pedal is released, the engine will return to the preset engine speed. The following conditions will not cause the throttle lock to disengage:

  • The service brake is applied.

  • The accelerator pedal is moved.

The throttle lock will be disengaged if either of the following conditions occur:

  • Switch (24) is moved to the OFF position.

  • The key start switch is moved to OFF position.

The resume feature will not be available after the throttle lock is disengaged.

The indicator light for the throttle lock will be illuminated when the throttle is locked during manual mode.

Off Mode - Push switch (24) into the center position in order to put the throttle control in OFF mode. When switch (24) is in the OFF position, AUTO mode and MANUAL mode will not work. The throttle will only be operated by the accelerator pedal in OFF.

Centershift Lock Control (26)

Centershift Lock Control - Move switch (26) to the bottom position in order to engage the centershift lock. To disengage the centershift lock, push the locking tab and move switch (26) to the top position.

Secondary Steering Test Switch (27)

Switch (27) allows the operator to test the operation of the secondary steering system. The test for the secondary steering will be functional regardless of the position of the key start switch. Push in the top of switch (27) in order to test the secondary steering system. For more information about the secondary steering test switch, refer to Systems Operation, Testing and Adjusting for the secondary steering system.

Blade Cushion Control (28)

Blade Cushion Control - Move switch (28) to the top position in order to turn on the blade cushion. Move switch (28) to the bottom position in order to turn off the blade cushion.

Transmission Modulator Control (29)

Pedal (29) disengages the power to the wheels.

Depress pedal (29) completely when you start the machine and when you stop the machine. Also, depress pedal (29) completely when you change the direction of the machine.

Release pedal (29) in order to engage the power to the rear wheels again.

Use pedal (29) in order to inch the machine.

Blade Sideshift Lever (30)

BLADE SIDESHIFT RIGHT - Pull back on lever (30) in order to sideshift the blade to the right. When you release lever (30), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (30) will return to the HOLD position whenever lever (30) is released. The blade will remain in the selected position.

BLADE SIDESHIFT LEFT - Push lever (30) forward in order to sideshift the blade to the left. When you release lever (30), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Blade Lift Control for the Left Side (31)

BLADE LIFT - Pull back on lever (31) in order to raise the left end of the blade. When you release lever (31), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - When lever (31) is released from the LOWER position or from the LIFT position, lever (31) will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

BLADE LOWER - Push lever (31) forward in order to lower the left end of the blade. When you release lever (31), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

BLADE FLOAT - Push lever (31) to the most forward detent position. When you release lever (31), the lever will remain in the FLOAT position.

Note: Extra effort may be necessary to push lever (31) forward into the FLOAT (detent) position.

Note: When lever (31) is in the FLOAT position and the engine is turned off, lever (31) will not return to the HOLD position. Before starting the engine, return lever (31) to the HOLD position.

Snow Wing Lift Control (32)

RAISE - To raise the snow wing, pull back on lever (32). When you release lever (32), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (32) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The blade will remain in the selected position.

LOWER - To lower the snow wing , push lever (32) forward. When you release lever (32), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Snow Wing Tilt Control (33)

RAISE - To tilt the snow wing upward, pull back on lever (33). When you release lever (33), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (33) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The blade will remain in the selected position.

LOWER - To tilt the snow wing downward, push lever (33) forward. When you release lever (33), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Ripper Control (34)

RIPPER RAISE (if equipped) - Move lever (34) backward in order to raise the ripper. When you release lever (34), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The ripper will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (34) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The ripper will remain in the selected position.

RIPPER LOWER - To lower the ripper, push lever (34) forward. When you release lever (34), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The ripper will remain in the selected position.

Blade Tip Control Lever (35)

BLADE TIP FORWARD - Push lever (35) forward. The top of the blade will tip forward. Lever (35) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - Lever (35) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Blade Tip BACK - Pull lever (35) backward. The top of the blade will tip backward. Lever (35) will return to the HOLD position when you release the lever. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Blade Circle Drive Lever (36)

CLOCKWISE - To rotate the blade in a clockwise direction, pull back on lever (36). When you release lever (36), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

HOLD - When you release lever (36), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

COUNTERCLOCKWISE - To rotate the blade in a counterclockwise direction, push lever (36) forward. When you release lever (36), the lever will return to the HOLD position. The blade will remain in the selected position.

Window Wiper/Washer Switch (37, 38, 39)

Front Window Wiper and Window Washer (39) - Turn knob (39) clockwise in order to turn on the window wiper. Turn knob (39) counterclockwise in order to turn off the window wiper. Depress knob (39) in order to activate the window washer. Spring force will return the knob when the knob is released.

Lower Front Window Wiper and Window Washer (38) - Turn knob (38) clockwise in order to activate the window wiper. Turn knob (38) counterclockwise in order to turn off the window wiper. Depress knob (38) in order to activate the window washer. Spring force will return the knob when the knob is released.

Rear Window Wiper and Window Washer (37) - Turn knob (37) clockwise in order to turn on the window wiper. Turn knob (37) counterclockwise in order to turn off the window wiper. Depress knob (37) in order to activate the window washer. Spring force will return the knob when the knob is released.

Moldboard Lights (40)

Moldboard Lights (40) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (40) in order to turn on the moldboard lights. Push in the bottom of switch (40) in order to turn off the moldboard lights.

Heated Mirror Switch (41)

Heated Mirror Switch (41) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (41) in order to turn on the heated mirrors. The heated mirrors will be operational when the key start switch is in the ON position. Push in the bottom of switch (41) in order to turn off the heated mirrors.

Snow Wing Light (42)

Snow Wing Light (42) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (42) in order to turn on the snow wing lights. Push in the bottom of switch (42) in order to turn off the snow wing lights.

Auxiliary Backup Lights (43)

Auxiliary Backup Lights (43) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (43) in order to turn on the auxiliary backup lights in MANUAL mode. The auxiliary backup lights will remain on at all times when the switch is in MANUAL mode. Push in the bottom of switch (43) in order to turn on the auxiliary backup lights in AUTO mode. The auxiliary backup lights will come on when the transmission control is moved to any reverse position. Move switch (42) to the MIDDLE position in order to turn off the auxiliary backup lights.

Defroster Fan Control (44, 45)

The defroster fan controls are three-position switches.

Front Defroster Fan (44) - Move switch (44) to the center position in order to operate the defroster at low fan speed. Push in the top of switch (44) in order to operate the defroster at high fan speed. The bottom position of switch (44) is the OFF position.

Rear Defroster Fan (45) - Move switch (45) to the center position in order to operate the defroster at low fan speed. Push in the top of switch (45) in order to operate the defroster at high fan speed. The bottom position of switch (45) is the OFF position.

Warning Beacon (46)

Warning Beacon (46) (If Equipped) - Push in the top of switch (46) in order to turn on the rotation beacon. Push in the bottom of switch (46) in order to turn off the rotation beacon.

Steering Column Tilt Control (47)

Push down on steering column tilt control (lever) (47) in order to adjust the angle of the steering column. Pull the steering column toward you or push the steering column away from you. The steering column will remain in the desired position when you release lever (47) .

Steering Wheel Tilt Control (48)

Push down on tilt control (48) in order to adjust the angle of the steering wheel. Move the steering wheel to the desired position. Release tilt control (48). The steering wheel will remain in the desired position.

Panel Dimmer Switch (49)

Panel Dimmer Switch (49) - Push the bottom of switch (49) in order to change the instrument panel lights to the low setting. Push the top of switch (49) in order to change the instrument panel lights to the high setting.

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