NOTE: The emergency shutdown system should never be used except in an emergency. Use of
the emergency shutdown can cause oil to be sucked past the oil seals and into the blower
The air shutoff valve, located on the blower air inlet housing, must be reset by hand and the "Emergency Stop" knob
pushed in before the engine is ready to start again.
If the unit is equipped with a fuel valve, close it. Fill the fuel tank; a full tank minimizes condensation.
Drain the cooling system if it is not protected with antifreeze and freezing temperatures are expected. Leave the drains
open. Open the raw water drains of a heat exchanger cooling system.
If the engine crankcase was refilled, stop the engine after normal operating temperature has been reached, allow the oil to
drain (approximately 20 minutes) back into the crankcase and check the oil level. Add oil, if necessary, to bring it to the
proper level on the dipstick.
Use only the heavy-duty lubricating oil specified under Lubricating Oil Specifications.
Clean and check the engine thoroughly to make certain it will be ready for the next run.
Refer to Lubrication and Preventive Maintenance and perform all of the daily maintenance operations. Also perform the
operations required for the number of hours or miles the engine has been in operation.
Make the necessary adjustments and minor repairs to correct difficulties which became apparent to the operator during the