Linde H420, H460 Forklift Truck 356 Series Operating Instructions

This is the COMPLETE Operating Instructions Manual for the Linde Forklift Truck Type 356 With Diesel Engine; Models H420, H460.

This Manual Describes Procedures for Operation, Handling, Lubrication, Maintenance, Checking, and Adjustment. it will help the operator or anyone Realize Peak Performance Through Effective, Economical and Safe Machine Operation and Maintenance.

Covered models:

Operating Instructions Manual Contains:
Approved Applications
Technical Note
Truck takeover
Type plates
Table of contents
Technical data
Driving Cab, Access Covers and Doors
Drive Axle
Steer Axle
Braking System
Working and Steering Hydraulics
Lift Mast
Driving Cab, controls, Switches and Instruments
Electrical System and Electrical equipment
Safety Systems and Shut Down Devices
General view of truck
Controls and indicators
Left Hand Panel (LHP)
Right Hand Panel (RHP)
Steering Column (SC)
Drivers Control Centre (DCC)
Cab Rear Bulkhead (CRB)
Gauges, switches and warning lights
Safety rules
Safety Precautions
Handling Fuel, Lubricants and Coolant
Accident prevention check
Operation of container handlers in the plant area
Diesel engine emissions
Running-in Instructions
Checks and services prior to initial operation
Daily checks and services
Beginning operation
Opening the cabin door from the outside
Opening the cabin from the inside
Securing the open cabin door
Cab Drivers Door – Closing
Opening the bonnet
Closing the bonnet
Closing the transmission cover
Opening the transmission cover
Opening the cabin rear compartment door
Closing the cabin rear compartment door
Opening the working hydraulic system oil tank cover
Closing the working hydraulic system oil tank cover
Opening the brake hydraulic system oil tank cover
Closing the brake hydraulic system oil tank cover
Opening the battery and air filter compartment door
Closing the battery and air filter compartment door
Opening the radiator grille
Closing the radiator grille
Opening the fuse box access door
Closing the fuse box access door
Check tyre condition and pressure
Tyre specifications – drive and steer axle
Tighten wheel nuts
Check working hydraulic system oil level
Check brake hydraulic system oil level
Check battery condition
Check coolant level in radiator header tank
Checks and tasks
Check engine oil level
Check windscreen washer reservoir fluid level
Check fuel level
Adding fuel
Check the transmission oil level
Adjusting the drivers seat
Setting the drivers weight
Adjusting the seat position
Setting the seat height
To raise the seat cushion:
To lower the seat cushion:
Adjusting the seat cushion angle
Adjusting the seat backrest angle
Engine start/run inhibit system
Starting the engine
Electronic control module system
Cold start
Stopping the engine
Malfunctions during operation
Transmission fault indications
Operating the hazard warning lights
Electronic gear shift control
Selecting the travel direction
Forward travel
Moving off
Slowing down and stopping
Manual 1st gear selection when stopped
To select forward 1st gear
To select reverse 1st gear
Preselection of 1st gear when travelling
Stopping the truck
Operating the transmission dump
Service Brake
Parking Brake
Cab interior light
Turning on the lights
Turning on the working lights on the mast
Turning on the main beam lights
Turning on the turn indicator lights
To Operate the Horn
To Operate the Front Windscreen Wiper
To Operate the Front Windscreen Washer
To Operate Rear Screen Wiper and Washer
To Operate Top Screen Wiper and Washer
To Operate the Ventilation and Heater System
To Operate climate control
Mast, and fork carriage controls
Central Control Lever (joystick)
Operating the standard mast, fork carriage and forks
Lifting the fork carriage
Lowering the fork carriage
Tilting the mast back
Operating the sideshift
To Sideshift Left
To Sideshift Right
Adjusting the fork spread
Increasing the fork spread
Decreasing the fork spread
Operating optional attachments
Before lifting a load
Lifting a load
Travelling with loads
Depositing the load
Before leaving the truck unattended
Trailer coupling
Jack locations for Changing Wheels
Wheel Changing
Wheel mounting
Towing Procedure
Releasing the parking brake
Removing the propeller shaft
After Towing and Repair
Resetting the parking brake
Refitting the propeller shaft
Hoisting the truck
Taking the truck out of operation
Putting the truck back into operation
General information
Work on the mast, forks and the front part of the truck
Securing mast against tilting back
Securing the raised mast
Checks and maintenance work after the first
50 service hours
Inspection and maintenance chart
Inspection and maintenance as required
Clean the truck
Clean and spray the lift chains
Check and clean the climate control filter element
Tighten the wheel nuts
Check the tyres for damage and foreign objects
Check the battery condition
Drain the fuel filter
Prime the fuel system
Check and clean the air filter
Renew the safety element
Clean the radiator and oil cooler, check for leaks
Check the steering lock
Check the central lubrication lubricating points
Fill central lubrication canister with grease
500-hour inspection and maintenance
Clean and lubricate steer axle, check the mounting
Check and lubricate the drive shaft
Check and lubricate the mast and tilt cylinder pins
Check drive belt tension
Check and lubricate the mast main and side thrust bearings
Check the condition and security of the lift chains
Check and adjust the lift chain length and
lubricate with chain spray
Check the hydraulic system, pumps, valves and lines
Check electric cables, connectors and connections for condition and tightness
Check the drive axle mounting
Check the drive axle centre differential oil level
Check the drive axle hub differential oil level
Check the steer axle hub differential oil level
Clean the fuel filter
Change transmission oil filter canisters
Change the engine oil
Change the engine oil filter canisters
Renew the fuel filter canister
Check mounting of turbocharger intake pipe
Check the front cab mountings
Check the rear cab mountings
1000-hour inspection and maintenance
Renew the working hydraulic system
oil suction filters
Renew the brake hydraulic system oil suction filter
Change the air filter element, Check the vacuum switch
Renew the brake hydraulic system oil pressure filter
Check the engine mountings
Check transmission mountings
Renew the transmission oil and clean the filter screen
Check the cooling system for leaks and tightness
Check the parking brake condition and mounting
Check the injection nozzles
Check valve clearances
Check the intake and exhaust systems
for leaks and tightness
2000-hour inspection and maintenance
Change the drive axle centre differential oil
Change drive axle hub differential oil
Check and adjust hub bearings
Renew engine coolant
3000-hour inspection and maintenance
Check condition of mast and carriage
Renew the brake hydraulic system oil
Check, renew hydraulic oil of working
hydraulic system
General overall check
Replace the air filter safety element
5000-hour inspection and maintenance
Check the brake disc wear
6000-hour inspection and maintenance
Check the vibration damper
Check the fan drive idler pulley assy
Fan hub belt driven
Flush the cooling system
Check the turbocharger
Check the radial bearing clearance
Check the axial clearance
Renewing the lift chains
Inspection and maintenance data
Fuel and oil recommendations
Circuit diagrams
Alphabetical index


** Model Specification: Linde H420, H460 Forklift Truck 356 Series
** Language: English
** Total Pages: 120
** File Format: PDF
** Requirements: Adobe PDF Reader
** Compatible: All Versions of Windows & Mac, Linux OS, Iphone, Ipad, Android etc…


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