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TRANSMISSION LUBRICATION AND COOLING SYSTEMS - TM-10-3930-673-20-10033
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TM 10-3930-673-20-1
1-20. STEERING AND BRAKE SYSTEM
PARKING BRAKE VALVE
STEERING CONTROL VALVE
PARKING
BRAKE
STEER
BRAKE
FRONT STEERING CYLINDER
REAR STEERING CYLINDER
SELECT
CONTROL
AND SERVICE BRAKE
AND SERVICE BRAKE
VALVE
VALVE
TR00011
Item
Description
Steering Cylinders
A steering cylinder is mounted at both ends of each axle and controlled by the steering
wheel.
Steering Control Valve
Connected directly to the steering wheel and located behind the instrument access panel.
Controls the steering function by directing the flow of hydraulic fluid to the cylinders.
Steer Select Valve
Mounted in the frame. Allows the selection of two wheel, four wheel, or crab steering
through the steer select control, a three position switch.
Brake Control Valve
Located under the cab. Provides a priority flow to the brake system. Excess flow is
directed by the priority valve to the frame tilt system.
Service Brakes
Dry disc, caliper type brakes are mounted on all four wheels. Brakes are hydraulically
actuated by pressing the brake or transmission disconnect pedals. An accumulator in the
braking system enables a limited number of stops without engine power.
Parking Brake
A spring applied and hydraulically released dry disc brake mounted on the input shaft at
the front axle. A switch in the cab engages and disengages the parking brake.
Parking Brake Valve
Mounted on frame cross piece. Controls application/release of hydraulic fluid pressure
to the parking brake.

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