Takeuchi TS50V and TS60V SkidSteer Loader Service Manual
Language of the Technical Manual: English
Takeuchi TS50V and TS60V Service Repair Manual – 168 Pages
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Takeuchi TS50V and TS60V SkidSteer skidSteer loader Service Manual
Type: SkidSteer Loader TS50V and TS60V
Language of the Service Manual: English
Takeuchi TS50V and TS60V Service Manual – 168 Pages
The manual describes operation, service, repair and maintenance of the skidSteer loader, as well as safety instructions that should be follow.
The Takeuchi TS50V and TS60V manual is intended for persons who engage in maintenance operations, and explains procedures for disassembly and reassembly of the machine, check and maintenance procedures, maintenance reference values, troubleshooting and outline specifications, etc. Please use this Takeuchi manual for skidSteer loader TS50V and TS60V as a reference in service activities to improve maintenance techniques.
Please note that the contents and diagrams included in this manual may not match your machine exactly.
Items or diagram which manual contains are subject to change without notice due to design modifications, etc. Always store the Takeuchi skidSteer loader manual near at hand preferably on the machine itself. When transferring ownership of this machine, be sure to provide the owner manual to the next owner.
Table of Content of TS50V and TS60V Instructions Manual:
I . GENERAL
II . SPECIFICATIONS
III. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
IV. HYDRAULIC UNITS
V . TROUBLESHOOTING
Before operating, perform the prescribe inspections and make repairs immediately should any irregularities be found. If a failure that causes loss of control such as steering, service brakes or engine occurs, stop the machine motion as quickly as possible, follow the shutdown procedure, and keep machine securely park until the problem is fixed.
Extract from the Service Manual:
Machine will not crank over.
1. Power quick-attach switch in unlocked position. (if equipped)
2. Battery cables loose or corroded.
3. Ignition fuse blown.
4. Main starter fuse blown.
5. Starter relay malfunctioning.
6. Weak or dead battery.
7. Faulty continuous hydraulic flow switch.
8. Faulty power quick attach switch.
9. Faulty ignition switch.
11.Loose, broken or disconnected wiring at key, relay or starter.
12.Main power fuse (60-80 amp) blown.