Section I. TRANSMISSION TROUBLESHOOTING.
GENERAL INFORMATION. This section lists the common transmission malfunctions which may occur during the
operation of the 130G Grader. When faults are found, follow the troubleshooting procedures listed below step-by-step until
you can go no further. Repair or replace parts or make adjustments. After a fault is fixed, check transmission again to
make sure it is working correctly.
TRANSMISSION TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES. Faults are found in two ways: by inspection and by
using troubleshooting tasks. Inspect and then use the troubleshooting procedures. Always do the steps in order. This
cannot list all possible faults, tests, inspections or corrective actions. If a malfunction is not listed, contact your supervisor.
TRANSMISSION TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES.
TEST OR INSPECTION
TRANSMISSION DOES NOT OPERATE IN ANY SPEED OR SLIPS IN ALL SPEEDS.
Step 1. Check the transmission oil level (Figure 8-1). Refer to LO 5-3805-261-12 and TM 5-3805-261-10.
Transmission oil level gage is located inside of rear, right side hood door assembly. T-handle must be unscrewed
before removing and must be screwed in tightly when repositioning to maintain seal.
If the oil level is low--fill. Refer to LO 5-3805-261-12.