COOLANT LEVEL CHECK CONTINUED
1. Inspect radiator core for debris, if necessary clean radiator core. Use compressed air or high pressure water to
remove dirt and debris from radiator core, refer to PMCS WP 0039 Item #1 Radiator Core - Clean.
2. Open left front access door and observe sight glass to check level of coolant. If coolant completely fills the
sight glass, coolant level is okay. If coolant level can be seen in the sight glass, coolant level is low.
C AU T I O N
Do not add water to pe-mixed antifreeze. If water is added to pre-mixed antifreeze, it will
be diluted and will not provide proper engine protection and engine and/or cooling system
damage may occur.
Be sure to identify the typeof antifreeze being added, or engine and/or cooling system
damage may occur.
N OT E
Some antifreeze is pre-mixed and requires no water.
Traditional antifreeze requires mixing with anequal amount of water. Mix antifreeze and
water before adding to machine cooling system to ensure proper 1:1 ratio is used.
It is allowable to mix tradiitonal and pre-mix antifreeze types in the same cooling system.
3. If it is necessary to add antifreeze, open access door and slowly loosen radiator filler cap to relieve system
pressure. Remove radiator filler cap.
4. Fill cooling system to bottom of filler tube. Adding coolant above the bottom of the filler tube will cause coolant
to overflow cooling system.
5. Maintain coolant level between top of sight glass and the bottom of filler tube. Close left front access door.
6. Inspect radiator filler cap seal for debris, foreign material, or damage. Clean radiator filler cap with a clean
cloth. Replace radiator filler cap if damaged.
7. Install radiator filler cap and close access door.
END OF TASK
END OF WORK PACKAGE