Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual

Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual

Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual

This Operator’s Manual provides the owner/operator with information for operating, maintaining and servicing model WL 180 WL 280. More important, this manual provides an operating plan for safe and proper use of the machine.

Major points of safe operation are detailed in the Safety chapter of this manual.

This Operation & Maintenance Manual was written to give the owner / operator instructions on the safe operation and maintenance of the Bobcat loader READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS OPERATION & MAINTENANCE MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING YOUR WL180 WL280, If you have any questions, see your Bobcat dealer This manual may illustrate options and accessories not installed on your loader.

Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual

Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual
Wacker Neuson WL 180 WL 280 Wheel Steer loader Operators Manual
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Table of contents
Introduction 1
Important information on this Operator’s Manual …. 1-1
Abbreviations, marks, symbols …… 1-1
Overall view of WL180 machine . 1-2
Overall view of WL 280 machine 1-3
Models and trade names: overview ….. 1-4
Brief description of the wheel loader …. 1-4
Main components of machine ….. 1-4
Hydrostatic drive 1-4
Work hydraulics and hydrostatic 4 wheel steering …… 1-5
Cooling system 1-5
Fields of application, use of attachments ……. 1-5
Use: attachment 1-5
EC declaration of conformity, model WL 180 ……. 1-7
EC declaration of conformity, model WL 280 …….. 1-8
Type labels and component numbers .. 1-9
Serial number .. 1-9
Cab certification number ……. 1-9
Engine serial number .. 1-9
Hydraulic pump serial number ….. 1-10
Hydraulic motor serial number ….. 1-10
Rear axle serial number ….. 1-10
Front axle serial number ….. 1-10
Labels overview … 1-11
Signs and symbols . 1-12
Labels on the outside of the machine …. 1-12
Labels inside the cab 1-13
Engine compartment labels 1-15
Safety Information 2
Safety Symbols Found in this Manual . 2-1
Designated Use ….. 2-2
General Conduct and Safety Instructions …… 2-2
Conditions for use ……. 2-2
User training and knowledge 2-3
Preparing for use …….. 2-3
Modifications and spare parts …….. 2-3
Operator and Technician Qualifications and Basic Responsibilities ….. 2-4
User/owner responsibility ….. 2-4
Repair person qualifications . 2-4
Safety Instructions Regarding Operation ……. 2-4
Preparing for use …….. 2-4
Startup and shutdown . 2-4
Work area awareness . 2-5
Danger area awareness ……. 2-5
Operating the machine 2-5
Carrying passengers .. 2-6
Mechanical integrity …. 2-6
Traveling . 2-6
Applications with Lifting Gear ….. 2-7
General information …. 2-7
Safety criteria … 2-7
Conditions for safe operation 2-7
Trailers and Attachments .. 2-8
General information regarding attachments ….. 2-8
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Installation notes 2-8
Transport and Towing ……. 2-9
Towing …. 2-9
Transporting ….. 2-9
Safety Guidelines for Maintenance …… 2-9
General maintenance notes .. 2-9
Personal safety measures .. 2-10
Preparing for maintenance and repair work …. 2-10
Performing maintenance and repairs ….. 2-11
Special Hazards … 2-11
Battery .. 2-11
Tires …… 2-11
Electric energy . 2-12
Hydraulics …… 2-12
Noise ….. 2-12
MSDS … 2-12
Safety Guidelines while using Internal Combustion Engines ….. 2-13
Running the engine … 2-13
Fueling the engine …. 2-13
Operation 3
Description of control elements … 3-1
Cab overview 3-2
Instrument panel, multifunctional lever and drive lever: overview 3-4
Instrument panel, multifunctional lever, drive lever: overview ….. 3-6
Indicators and warning lights: description …… 3-7
Putting the machine into service for the first time … 3-9
Safety instructions …… 3-9
Important information .. 3-9
Running-in period ……. 3-9
Check lists …. 3-10
Start-up checklist …… 3-10
Operation checklist … 3-11
Parking checklist ……. 3-11
Cab … 3-12
Locking/unlocking the doors …….. 3-12
Locking / unlocking the windows . 3-13
Engine cover …….. 3-14
Fire extinguisher (option) 3-14
Folding back the control lever base … 3-15
Before starting the engine 3-16
General instructions on starting the engine …. 3-16
Starting / turning off the engine …. 3-17
Starting the engine at low temperatures 3-18
When the engine has started … … 3-18
Key-based drive interlock (option) ….. 3-19
Key-based drive interlock: scope of delivery .. 3-19
Coding new starter keys ….. 3-19
Enabling (locking) the drive interlock ….. 3-20
Disabling (releasing) the drive interlock . 3-20
Deleting coded keys . 3-20
Security functions ….. 3-20
Oil and fuel preheater (option) .. 3-21
Jump-starting the engine (supply battery) …. 3-22
Safety instructions …. 3-22
Procedure …… 3-22
Before operating .. 3-23
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Special instructions for operating on public roads ….. 3-23
Control lever lock (joystick) . 3-24
Checking the steering system ….. 3-24
Synchronous wheel position …….. 3-25
Accelerator pedal …… 3-25
Checking the service brake 3-26
Brake/inching pedal .. 3-26
Parking brake 3-27
Moving off with the machine ….. 3-28
Selecting the driving direction (model WL 180) 3-28
Selecting a speed range ….. 3-28
Selecting the driving direction (model WL 280) 3-29
Selecting the speed range (model WL 280) … 3-29
Stopping and parking the machine …. 3-30
Differential lock …. 3-30
Load stabilizer for model WL 280 (option) … 3-31
Backup warning system (option) …….. 3-32
Low-speed control (option) ……. 3-32
Manual throttle (option) … 3-33
Light system 3-34
Parking lights/low beam …… 3-34
High beam/headlight flasher …….. 3-34
Working light (option) …… 3-35
Rotating beacon (option) 3-35
Interior light . 3-36
Signalling system . 3-36
Hazard warning system …… 3-36
Turn indicators . 3-36
Cab heating and ventilation …… 3-37
Rear window heating …… 3-37
Washer system …. 3-38
Tank for washer system ….. 3-38
Seat .. 3-39
Seat adjustment …….. 3-39
Weight adjustment …. 3-39
Horizontal adjustment 3-40
Backrest adjustment . 3-40
Seat belt …… 3-41
Fastening the seat belt ……. 3-41
Unfastening the seat belt: … 3-42
Longer/shorter lap belt adjustment: ……. 3-42
Other controls …… 3-42
Battery master switch (option) ….. 3-42
Removing the cab for low clearance heights …….. 3-43
General legislative information …. 3-43
Removing the cab ….. 3-43
Mounting the cab …… 3-43
ROPS bar (option) . 3-44
Important safety instructions …….. 3-44
Lowering the ROPS bar …… 3-44
Towing and transporting the machine 3-45
Safety instructions …. 3-45
Towing .. 3-45
Lifting the machine . 3-46
Safety instructions …. 3-46
Crane handling 3-46
Loading and transporting the machine …….. 3-47
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Safety instructions …. 3-47
Loading the machine 3-47
Working with the machine 3-49
General safety instructions . 3-49
Control lever (joystick) of the loader unit …… 3-49
Control lever for lift and tilt ram hydraulics …… 3-49
Operation of 3rd control circuit ….. 3-50
Lowering the loader unit with the engine switched off 3-51
Depressurizing the quick couplers on the loader unit 3-51
Exchanging an attachment on the loader unit ……. 3-52
Fitting attachments onto the quickhitch . 3-52
Locking attachments without hydraulic functions ……. 3-53
Locking: attachments with hydraulic functions 3-53
Connection of electric attachments (option) … 3-53
Removing an attachment from the quickhitch . 3-54
Front/rear additional control circuit (option) . 3-55
Operation of additional control circuit continuous operation 3-56
Operation of extra function for additional control circuit (WL 280) 3-56
”Hose burst valve“ safety feature (option) …. 3-57
Working with the standard bucket …… 3-58
Fields of application of the standard bucket … 3-58
Safety instructions for working with the bucket . 3-58
Recommendations for digging ….. 3-59
Tilt position of the bucket …. 3-59
Transport position of the bucket .. 3-59
Transporting with a full bucket ….. 3-60
Loading loose material …….. 3-60
Loading if the material is hard to penetrate …. 3-61
Removing material/digging in soft soil … 3-62
Removing material/digging in hard soil .. 3-63
Loading heaped material (non-compacted material) . 3-63
Loading heaped material (compacted material) …….. 3-64
Grading . 3-64
Practical recommendations for loading vehicles …….. 3-64
Freeing the machine . 3-64
Working with the pallet forks ….. 3-65
General safety instructions . 3-65
Brief instructions for fork arms ….. 3-67
Specific safety instructions for picking up loads with the pallet forks …… 3-68
Pallet forks load diagram …. 3-68
Picking up loads with the pallet forks ….. 3-69
Transporting loads with the pallet forks . 3-70
Fitting a multipurpose bucket …. 3-71
Attaching a multipurpose bucket to the quickhitch ….. 3-71
Hydraulic connections on the multipurpose bucket: overview …… 3-71
Connecting hydraulic lines to the machine ….. 3-72
Removing the multipurpose bucket from the quickhitch …… 3-73
Working with the multipurpose bucket 3-74
Driving on public roads with the multipurpose bucket 3-74
Grading and scraping 3-75
Stripping in thin layers (scraper) .. 3-75
Spreading material in thin layers . 3-76
Pulling out material from slopes … 3-76
Moving material with longer reach 3-76
Picking up remaining material completely …… 3-77
Grabbing bulky material …… 3-77
Grabbing large objects …….. 3-77
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Pulling out and setting posts …….. 3-77
Precise unloading ….. 3-78
Backfilling round gravel into drainage ditches 3-78
Unloading from the bottom of the bucket for increased dump heights … 3-78
Working with an attachment adapter (option) ……. 3-79
Use: …… 3-79
Mounting an attachment adapter onto the quickhitch 3-79
Mounting an attachment onto the attachment adapter …….. 3-79
Troubleshooting 4
Engine trouble ……. 4-1
Maintenance 5
Important information on maintenance and service work .. 5-1
Fuel system .. 5-2
General safety instructions for refueling .. 5-2
Diesel fuel specification …….. 5-2
Stationary fuel pumps . 5-2
Refueling 5-3
Bleeding the fuel system …… 5-3
Checking/cleaning the water separator … 5-4
Engine lubrication system . 5-5
Checking the oil level .. 5-5
Filling up engine oil ….. 5-6
Engine and hydraulics cooling system . 5-7
Checking / filling up coolant .. 5-7
Cleaning the radiator fins of the oil/water radiator: Specific safety instructions . 5-8
Checking/filling up the coolant level …….. 5-9
Air filter …….. 5-10
Checking air filter contamination once a week . 5-10
Functional check of the dust valve once a week ……. 5-10
Replacing the filter cartridge …….. 5-11
Checking and retightening the V-belt . 5-12
Checking the V-belt .. 5-12
Retightening the V-belt ……. 5-12
Hydraulic system . 5-13
Specific safety instructions . 5-13
Checking the hydraulic oil level … 5-14
Filling up hydraulic oil 5-14
Monitoring the hydraulic oil return filter .. 5-15
Important information for the use of biodegradable oil …….. 5-15
Checking hydraulic pressure lines ….. 5-16
Specific safety instructions . 5-16
Lubrication work on the axles … 5-17
Lubricating the rear axle oscillation-type bearing …… 5-17
Lubricating the planetary drive steering joint bearings …….. 5-17
Loader unit lubrication work …… 5-18
Lubricate the following lubrication points on the loader unit of the machine: .. 5-18
Maintenance of attachments ….. 5-19
Tires .. 5-20
Daily tire checks ……. 5-20
Wheel change 5-21
Electric system ….. 5-22
Specific safety instructions . 5-22
Service and maintenance work at regular intervals … 5-23
Cables, bulbs and fuses ….. 5-23
Alternator ……. 5-23
Checking/replacing relays and fuses ….. 5-24
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Main fuse box 5-25
Checking/replacing the battery …. 5-25
General maintenance work ……. 5-27
Specific safety instructions . 5-27
When using washing solvents ….. 5-27
When using compressed air …….. 5-27
When using a high-pressure cleaner or steam jet ….. 5-27
When using volatile and easily flammable anticorrosion agents and sprays … 5-27
Cleaning inside the cab …… 5-28
Cleaning the seat belt 5-28
Cleaning the exterior of the machine ….. 5-28
Cleaning the engine and the engine compartment …. 5-29
Checking screw connections ……. 5-29
Checking pivots and hinges 5-29
Maintenance and service of the attachments ……. 5-29
Maintenance work “Aggressive Media” (option) …. 5-30
Anticorrosion protection applied in the factory 5-30
Components coated with anticorrosive wax … 5-30
Measures for maintaining anticorrosive protection …. 5-31
Applying the protective anticorrosion coating . 5-32
Treatment of oxidized surfaces …. 5-32
Fluids and lubricants …… 5-33
Maintenance label 5-34
Explanation of symbols on the maintenance label ….. 5-34
Maintenance label ….. 5-35
Maintenance plan (overview) …. 5-36
Specifications 6
Frame .. 6-1
Engine . 6-1
Power train …. 6-2
Axles … 6-2
Brakes . 6-3
Steering system ….. 6-3
Work hydraulics ….. 6-3
Pilot control … 6-4
Additional control circuit (option) 6-4
Electric system ……. 6-5
Fuse box in control lever base ……. 6-5
Main fuse box with relays (engine TNV 88) …… 6-6
Relays (engine TNV 88) ……. 6-6
Tires for model WL 180 ….. 6-7
Tires for model WL 280 …. 6-7
Weight indications for model WL 180 .. 6-8
Weight indications for model WL 280 .. 6-8
Noise levels .. 6-8
Vibration ……. 6-9
Coolant compound table … 6-9
Tightening torques . 6-9
General tightening torques … 6-9
Specific tightening torques … 6-9
Loader unit .. 6-10
Dimensions model WL 180 ……. 6-11
Dimensions model WL 280 ……. 6-12

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