RECOVERY AND TOWING TECHNIQUES CONTINUED
Figure 3. Rear Towing Connection Points.
2. Disengage parking brake.
3. Place transmission control switch in NEUTRAL position.
4. Raise attachments off the ground.
5. Tow machine as required.
Towing With a Dead Engine
C AU T I O N
Towing of a disabled machine with the engine stopped may cause transmission damage.
The transmission will not have lubrication. Do not tow a disabled machine any farther than
is necessary to reach a convenient location for repairs.
N OT E
If the brakes are in good operating condition, the machine has limited wheel brake ability.
The pedal effort is high due to the lack of hydraulic boost.
1. Turn on secondary steering pump on stopped machine. You can steer machine while secondary steering
pump is on. Secondary steering pump will be activated for a maximum of ten seconds. While secondary
steering pump is activated you can use left joystick to align front wheels of machine.
WARN I N G
When the driveshaft is removed, the machine has NO parking brake. The machine can roll
and cause personal injury or death. Block the wheels securely so that the machine cannot
2. If you suspect internal transmission failure or driveline failure, remove driveshaft located between the
differential and transmission.