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SUSPENSION LOCKOUT HYDRAULIC SUBSYSTEM. (Cont) - TM-9-2350-238-20-20472
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F-28. SUSPENSION LOCKOUT HYDRAULIC SUBSYSTEM.
Functional
Description.
The suspension lockout hydraulic
one side of the cylinder piston to the other.
a.
The pressure switch (8) is closed when
subsystem forms a hydrostatic lock within
pressure in the lockout cylinder is over 120
each lockout cylinder (3). This stops up and
psi  (827  kPa),  lighting  the  SUSPENSION
down  movement  of  the  road  wheels
and
LOCKED
indicator
lights.
When
the
hydrau-
provides  a  solid  hoisting  platform.
lic pressure drops below 95 psi (655 kPa),
the  pressure  switch  (8)  opens,  putting  out
b. Lockout  cylinders  (3)  are  locked  by
the  SUSPENSION  LOCKED  indicator  lights.
setting the selector control valve (5) to
LOCKED. Hydraulic fluid at 1600 to 2400
c. T h e
subsystem
is
protected
from
psi  (11,032  to  16,548  kPa)  flows  through
the valve (5) to the valve (6). The valve (6)
overpressure by the relief valve (2), which
bypasses  fluid  over  240  psi  (1655  kPa)
reduces  the  fluid  pressure  to  150  psi  (1034
kPa). As the fluid pressure builds up in the
back to the
reservoir. The cylinders (3) are
unlocked by
setting the valve (5) to
lockout  cylinders  (3),  the  lockout  pistons
UNLOCKED.
This  allows  the  hydraulic  fluid
are  forced  into  the  lockout  position.  This
to flow back
to the reservoir.
prevents  hydraulic  fluid  from  passing  from
F-52

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