C A U T I O N
If the engine fails to start within 15 seconds, release the
START button and allow the starting motor to cool for
two minutes before you try again to start the engine. Never
depress the START button while the starting motor is still
running from the previous try. If the engine fails to start
after four attempts, refer to Table 3-1, Troubleshooting
Procedures. Failure to follow these precautions can result
in serious damage to the starting motor.
f. Press the START button while slightly depressing the accelerator pedal. The
engine should start. The engine temperature warning lamp should illuminate when
the starter button is depressed. Do not depress Engine Start button for more
than 15 seconds with two minute intervals between crankings.
During warmup do not operate the engine above 1000 rpm
until normal engine idle speed oil pressure is indicated on
the Engine Oil Pressure gage. this allows time for oil cir-
ulation to reach the turbocharger and for engine parts
to warm up gradually. (Minimum oil pressure at idle is 10
g. After the engine starts, maintain an idle speed of 580 to 650 rpm.
If there is no indication of oil pressure after 10 seconds
at idle, shut down the engine immediately by turning the
key switch to OFF and refer to Table 3-1 for
troubleshooting and corrective action. DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO RESTART THE ENGINE UNTIL THE PROBLEM HAS
h. While performing step g., observe the oil pressure gage. At low idle speed the gage should indicate
at least 10 psi at normal operating temperature.
i. Observe all instruments for proper indications. Also, observe warning lamps for
The ENG OIL (Low Oil Pressure) Warning lamp should go off.
The Low Air Pressure warning lamp and buzzer should go off.