OPERATION - Continued
When NO TRANSIT indicator is illuminated, vehicle may be maneuvered in the immediate
vicinity of the loading/unloading site. However, vehicle is unsafe for road travel. Do not
perform open-road driving when NO TRANSIT indicator is illuminated. Failure to comply may
result in serious injury or death to personnel and damage to equipment.
Position HOOK ARM switch (Figure 11, Item 23) to LOAD until LHS hook arm has been fully stowed.
Ensure both rear guides are properly repositioned and locked after bridge bay retrieval.
Failure to reposition and lock both rear guides after bridge bays are loaded could result in
lost bridge bays or vehicle rollover during transport. Failure to comply may result in serious
injury or death to personnel.
Ensure curb-side and road-side front pin lock assemblies and rear guides are locked on bridge bay pins.
Always release tension on winch cable after operation, to avoid undue strain on frame and
cable and to prevent damage to equipment during transit. Failure to comply may result in
damage to equipment.
Position WINCH switch (Figure 11, Item 28) to OUT and release when winch cable tension is released.
While maneuvering vehicle in the immediate vicinity of the loading or unloading site, LHS
MODE SELECT switch may be in any setting. However, LHS MODE SELECT switch must
be set to OFF prior to road travel. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment.
Set PTO ENGAGE switch (Figure 11, Item 16) to OFF position. Indicator light (Figure 11, Item 17) will go out.