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TM10-3930-660-10 If  the  engine  should  turn  over,  do  not  continue.  This  indicates  that  the neutral   safety   switch   is   defective. (3)   Turn   the   starter-run   control   switch   to   the   START   position.   The   engine   should   not   turn   over. (4)   Return   the   starter-run   control   switch   to   the   OFF   position. (5)   Return   the   travel   select   lever   to   the   Neutral,   “N”   position. (6)   Place   the   auxiliary   fuel   shut-off   switch   to   the   On   position. e.   Press   the   accelerator   pedal   to   approximately   half   speed. Do  not  crank  the  starting  motor  for  more  than  30  seconds  at  a  time. Continuous   cranking   can   overheat   and   damage   the   starting   motor. f.   Turn   the   starter-run   control   switch   clockwise   to   the   START   position.   Release   the   switch   as   soon as  the  engine  starts.  If  the  engine  fails  to  start  on  the  first  try,  wait  until  the  engine  and  starter have  come  to  a  complete  stop.  Then,  return  the  switch  to  the  OFF  position  before  attempting  to start   again. [f  the  coolant  temperature  exceeds  220°  F  or  the  warning  light  is illuminated,   shut   the   engine   down   immediately.   Do   not   operate   the vehicle  continuously  at  a  water  temperature  above  210°  or  below  140°  F. Should  the  oil  pressure  fluctuate  or  drop,  or  if  the  warning  light  is illuminated,  stop  the  engine  and  find  the  cause.  Do  not  operate  the engine  at  oil  pressure  lower  than  10  psi. If  oil  pressure  does  not  register  within  15  seconds  after  the  engine  starts, stop  the  engine  or  serious  damage  may  occur.  Stop  the  engine  by  turning the   starter-run   control   switch   to   the   OFF   position. 2-26

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