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Table of Contents
	1. Foreword
		1.1 Foreword
			1.1.1 EU Directives
		1.2 Safety information
			1.2.1 Signal words
			1.2.2 Safety labels
		1.3 Introduction
			1.3.1 Intended use
			1.3.2 Directions of machine
		1.4 Necessary information
			1.4.1 PIN/Machine serial no. plate and position
			1.4.2 Engine serial no. plate and position
			1.4.3 ROPS/FOPS-Cab serial no. plate
			1.4.4 Axle serial no. plate
			1.4.5 Transmission serial no. plate
			1.4.6 Seat operator serial no. plate
			1.4.7 Position of service meter
			1.4.8 Table to enter serial no. and distributor
		1.5 Contents
		1.6 Dimensions, weights and operating data
			1.6.1 WA150PZ-5: Dimensions, weights and operating data
		1.7 CE-Conforming equipment
			1.7.1 CE-Conforming equipment
			1.7.2 Manufacturer-supplied CE-Conforming equipment, according to document 419-93-H1250
	2. Safety
		2.1 Safety labels
			2.1.1 Location of safety labels
			2.1.2 Presentation of safety labels
		2.2 General precautions
		2.3 Precautions for operation
			2.3.1 Starting engine
			2.3.2 Operation
			2.3.3 Transportation
			2.3.4 Battery
			2.3.5 Towing
		2.4 Precautions for maintenance
		2.5 Precautions with tires
	3. Operation
		3.1 General view
			3.1.1 General view of machine
			3.1.2 General view of controls and gauges
		3.2 Explanation of components
			3.2.1 Machine monitor
				Monitor system
				Types of warning
				Central warning lamp
				Character display portion
				Emergency stop item
				Caution items
				Warning/Limit functions for travel speed
				Inspection and maintenance item
				Pilot display portion
				Meter display portion
				Other functions of machine monitor
			3.2.2 Switches
			3.2.3 Control levers, pedals
			3.2.4 Steering tilt lock lever
			3.2.5 Cap and cover with lock
			3.2.6 Safety bar
			3.2.7 Towing pin
			3.2.8 Grease pump
			3.2.9 Cab door inner lock
			3.2.10 Cab door open lock
			3.2.11 Cab window open lock cancel knob
			3.2.12 Fuse
				Fuse capacity and name of circuit
			3.2.13 Slow blow fuse
			3.2.14 Power outlet
			3.2.15 Storage box
			3.2.16 Air conditioner
				General locations and function of control panel
				Method of operation
				Precautions when using
			3.2.17 Handling cab wiper
				Preventing damage to wiper arm bracket
		3.3 Operation
			3.3.1 Check before starting engine, adjust
				Walk-around check
				Check before starting
				Safety belt
				Operations and checks before starting engine
			3.3.2 Starting engine
				Normal starting
				Starting in cold weather
			3.3.3 Operations and checks after starting engine
				Breaking-in the machine
				Normal operation
			3.3.4 Stopping engine
			3.3.5 Moving the machine (directional, speed), stopping the machine
				Moving the machine
				Changing direction
				Using switch to change between forward and reverse
				Stopping the machine
			3.3.6 Turning
				Emergency steering
			3.3.7 Operation of work equipment
			3.3.8 Handling hydraulic quick coupler
			3.3.9 Work possible using wheel loader
				Digging operations
				Leveling operation
				Pushing operation
				Load and carry operations
				Loading operations
			3.3.10 Precautions for operation
				Permissible water depth
				If wheel brake does not work
				Precautions when driving up or down slopes
			3.3.11 Adjusting work equipment posture
				Adjusting boom kickout
				Adjusting bucket positioner
				Bucket level indicator
			3.3.12 Parking machine
			3.3.13 Check after stopping engine
			3.3.14 Checks after completion of operation
			3.3.15 Locking
			3.3.16 Handling the tires
				Precautions when handling tires
				Tire pressure
				Precautions for using load and carry method
		3.4 Transportation
			3.4.1 Transportation procedure
			3.4.2 Loading, unloading work with trailers
				Securing machine
			3.4.3 Lifting machine
				Location of lifting position mark
				Weight table
				Lifting procedure
		3.5 Cold weather operation
			3.5.1 Precautions for low temperature
				Fuel and lubricants
			3.5.2 Precautions after completion of work
			3.5.3 After cold weather
			3.5.4 Warming-up operation for steering hydraulic circuit in cold weather
		3.6 Long-term storage
			3.6.1 Before storage
			3.6.2 During storage
			3.6.3 After storage
		3.7 Troubleshooting
			3.7.1 When machine runs out of fuel
			3.7.2 Towing the machine
				When engine can be used
				When engine cannot be used
				Emergency travel operation
			3.7.3 If battery is discharged
				Removal and installation of battery
				Precautions for charging battery
				Starting engine with booster cable
			3.7.4 Other trouble
				Electrical system
	4. Maintenance
		4.1 Guides to maintenance
		4.2 Outlines of service
			4.2.1 Handling oil, fuel, coolant, grease and carrying out KOWA (KOMATSU Oil Wear Analysis)
				Carrying out KOWA (KOMATSU Oil Wear Analysis)
				Storing oil and fuel
				Biodegradable hydraulic oil and lubricants
			4.2.2 Outline of electric system
		4.3 Wear parts
			4.3.1 Wear parts list
		4.4 Fuel, coolant and lubricants
			4.4.1 Lubrication chart
			4.4.2 Proper selection of fuel, coolant and lubricants
		4.5 Standard tightening torques for bolts and nuts
			4.5.1 Torque list
		4.6 Periodic replacement of safety critical parts
		4.7 Maintenance schedule chart
			4.7.1 Maintenance schedule chart
		4.8 Service procedure
			4.8.1 Initial 250 hours service (only after the first 250 hours)
			4.8.2 When required
				Check, clean, or replace air cleaner element
				Dust pre-cleaner "Turbo II": Check, clean
				Clean inside of cooling system
				Check oil level in transfer case, add oil
				Check axle oil level, add oil
				Clean axle case breather
				Clean slack adjuster
				Clean air conditioner condenser
				Check window washing fluid level, add fluid
				Clean radiator fins and cooler fins
				Check electrical intake air heater
				Replace bolt on cutting edge
				Replace bucket teeth
				Check air conditioner
				Replace slow blow fuse
				Selection and inspection of tires
			4.8.3 Check before starting
				Check before starting
			4.8.4 Every 50 hours service
				Drain water, sediment from fuel tank
			4.8.5 Every 100 hours service
				Lubricate rear axle pivot pin
				Clean element in air conditioner fresh air filter
				Check oil level in hydraulic tank, add oil
			4.8.6 Every 250 hours service
				Check battery electrolyte level
				Check parking brake
				Check air conditioner compressor belt tension, adjust
				Check for loose wheel hub bolts, tighten
				Clean element in air conditioner recirculation filter
			4.8.7 Every 500 hours service
				Change oil in engine oil pan, replace engine oil filter cartridge
				Replace fuel filter cartridge
				Replacement of filter cartridge for poor-quality fuel
				Clean water separator strainer
			4.8.8 Every 1000 hours service
				Change oil in transfer case
				Clean transfer case breather
				Replace HST oil filter element
				Check tightening parts of turbocharger
				Check play of turbocharger rotor
				Check alternator driving belt tension and replacement
			4.8.9 Every 2000 hours service
				Change oil in hydraulic tank, replace hydraulic filter element
				Replace hydraulic tank breather element
				Cleaning the strainer of the brake filter
				Change axle oil
				Replace element in air conditioner recirculation air filter, fresh air filter
				Check alternator, starting motor
				Check engine valve clearance, adjust
				Check brake disc wear
				Clean and check turbocharger
				Check accumulator gas pressure
				Check vibration damper
			4.8.10 Every 4000 hours service
				Check water pump
	5. Technical Data
		5.1 Technical data
		5.2 Noise emission levels
		5.3 Vibration level
	6. Attachments, Options
		6.1 Selecting bucket and tires
		6.2 Method of using 2 levers
			6.2.1 Explanation of components
			6.2.2 Operation
				Using switch to change between forward and reverse
		6.3 Handling fork tool
			6.3.1 Explanation of components
				Work equipment lever
			6.3.2 Operation
				Loading operation
		6.4 Method of using 3 levers
			6.4.1 Explanation of components
			6.4.2 Operation
				Using switch to change between forward and reverse
		6.5 Central lubrication system
			6.5.1 Operating the central lubrication system
			6.5.2 Display and control unit
			6.5.3 Changing the lubrication interval times
	7. Index
		7.1 Index
	8. Notes
Document Text Contents
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Operation & Maintenance

SERIAL NUMBERS H50051 and up


Unsafe use of this machine may cause serious injury or
death. Operators and maintenance personnel must read
this manual before operating or maintaining this
machine. This manual should be kept near the machine
for reference and periodically reviewed by all personnel
who will come into contact with it.

Komatsu has had the operating and maintenance in-
structions translated into all the languages of the mem-
ber states in the European Union. Should you wish to
have a version of the operating instructions in another
language, please don’t hesitate to ask at your local

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Printed in Europe 06-05

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