12. Replace heat shield.
13. Replace muffler support bracket.
14. Replace hood and grille assembly.
BATTERY (U) Figure 27
Keep cables and terminals clean and apply a light coat of petroleum jelly or oil for protection. Check battery bracket for corrosion and keep clean. Do not overtighten battery
mounting. Reinstall battery in same position.
ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES GIVE OFF HIGHLY FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS WHEN
CHARGING, AND CONTINUE TO DO SO FOR SOME TIME AFTER RECEIVING A STEADY CHARGE. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ALLOW
AN ELECTRIC SPARK OR AN OPEN FLAME NEAR THE
BATTERY. DO NOT LAY TOOLS ACROSS BATTERY TERMINALS AS THIS MAY RESULT IN A SPARK OR SHORT CIRCUIT WHICH MAY CAUSE AN EXPLOSION. BE CAREFUL TO AVOID SPILLING ANY ELECTROLYTE ON HANDS OR
When servicing the battery, be sure battery cables are disconnected before attempting removal of the battery from the
tractor. Always disconnect negative (-) cable first. When installing the
battery, always check the polarity of the battery terminals to be sure the battery is not
reversed. The negative terminal (-) is ground. Apply a light coat of petroleum jelly or oil to the inside of the clamp terminals and over the bolt stud
before connecting terminals. Always connect the negative terminal (-) last. When reinstalling the
battery: (1) Place hold down clamp in place. (2) Tighten wingnuts finger tight
only, to avoid possible damage to battery case.
The electrolyte (acid and water) in each cell should be at triangle level at all times to prevent battery
failure. When the electrolyte is below this level add pure, distilled
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ADD ANY SPECIAL BATTERY "DOPES" SOLUTIONS, POWDERS OR EXOTIC ADDITIVES: THIS VOIDS
Be sure to keep the terminal boot (V) figure 27, in place over the positive battery terminal.