Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Service Manual

Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Service Manual

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Machinery Type: 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader
Language English
Format: PDF

Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Repair Service Manual – 1029 Pages
Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Operating (Owners) Manual – 230 Pages
Parts Catalog: 676 Pages

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Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Service Manual

Machinery Type: 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader
Language English
Format: PDF

Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Repair Service Manual – 1029 Pages
Kawasaki 92ZV-2 Wheel Loader Operating (Owners) Manual – 230 Pages
Parts Catalog: 676 Pages

Manual Details

This manual contains guidelines on repair and maintenance work for the 92ZV-2 Loader. All explanations, drawings and photographs are current at the time of going to press.

Repair and maintenance work should be carried out systematically and logically after thoroughly reading and understanding this manual to ensure that the shovel loader gives reliable, long-term service.

The manual is structured as follows to make it easy to use

SHOP SERVICE MANUAL CONTENT:

  • 01 GENERAL OUTLINE
  • 10 FUNCTIONS AND CONSTRUCTION
  • 20 INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT
  • 30 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
  • 40 MAINTENANCE STANDARDS

The most important maintenance operations are those related to safety. The points that  have special significance from the safety point-of-view are indicated with a A mark in this manual. 

Manual Extract: Service brake operation

Oil from the pump is regulated in a range from 6.9~11.8 MPa (70~120 kgf/cm2) (995~1,706 psi) by the unloader valve, and accumulated in the accumulator provided for the front and rear wheels.
When stepping on the brake pedal, the brake oil from the brake oil inlet enters the brake piston chamber through the oil passage of the axle housing extension and internal gear hub (2), and presses brake piston (4) to the left. Then, brake piston (4) presses steel plate (6) against friction plate (7).
Since friction plate (7) rotating with axle shaft (10) via disc gear (8) is placed between brake backing plate (9) and steel plate (6), it makes the rotation speed of the axle shaft decrease or makes it stop.
While the brake pedal is not pressed, the internal pressure of the hydraulic tank is always applied on the brake piston chamber, and there is a possibility that the brake may drag. To prevent the brake from dragging, the axle housing air chamber is connected to the hydraulic tank air chamber so that the pressure inside the axle housing becomes equivalent to the pressure inside the hydraulic tank.

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