This is the Highly Detailed factory service repair manual for the Linde Truck Type 040: A10 , This Service Manual has detailed illustrations as well as step by step instructions,It is 100 percents complete and intact. they are specifically written for the do-it-yourself-er as well as the experienced mechanic. The manual provides step-by-step instructions based on the complete dis-assembly of the machine. It is this level of detail, along with hundreds of photos and illustrations, that guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. Complete download comes in pdf format which can work under all PC based windows operating system and Mac also, All pages are printable. Using this repair manual is an inexpensive way to keep your vehicle working properly.


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Service Repair Manual Covers:

A Travel drive
Motor and gear – removal
Dismantling the travel motor
Travel motor components
Bedding the carbon brushes
Cooling blower
Gear components
Assembling the gear
Checking the tooth contact
Speed sensor

B Steering
Hydraulic steering
Removing the steering control valve
Removing the steering motor
Removing the steering pump and motor
Replacing the steering pump and motor
Steering pump motor
Individual components of the steering pump motor
Inspecting the individual components and the carbon brushes
Checking the armature
Reworking commutators
Assembling the steering pump motor
Dismantling the steering pump
Individual components of the steering pump
Adjusting the steering chain
Wheel position display
Block diagram
Operating modes
Operating unit
Steering output stage
Central processing unit
Base plate
DC/DC converter
CPU outputs
Guide frequency generator
LR80 adjustment
– Checking the mechanical elements
– Determining the centre of the vehicle
– Aerials
– Digital setpoint generator
– Actual value potentiometer
– Offset potentiometer
– Balancing the digital filter
– Speed sensor
– Steering angle limitation
– Adapter module 8A8
– Aisle detection with light barrier
– Aisle detection with guide wire
– Reading out parameters
– List of parameters
– Storing parameters
– Standard parameter set
– Language selection
Emergency-off parameter
Error messages
Guide to frequency/operating mode switch positions
Guide to frequency/operating mode switch positions and test mode
Guide to the tests conducted with a notebook

C Brake
Electromagnetic brake
Individual components
Electromagnetic brake 1K13
Adjusting the brake clearance
Replacing the brake lining
Brake deceleration
Measuring the brake deceleration
Checking the brake deceleration
Hydraulic brake system
Mounting the main brake cylinder
Removing the main brake cylinder
Adjusting the brake pedal connecting rod
Pressure relief valve
Bleeding the brake
Adjusting the brake linings
Replacing the brake linings
Removing the brake linings
Fitting the brake linings
Footbrake and brake leads
Automatic braking at end of aisle
Automatic braking at end of aisle (ZAG-Reflexli)
End-of-aisle safety feature with reflective light barriers (EASS)
Automatic braking at end of aisle
End-of-aisle safety feature with reflective light barriers
Reflector installation on the shelves
Reflector distances
Adjusting the sensors .

D Chassis
Removing a load-bearing wheel
Bearing of load-bearing wheel – tensioning
Bracing the mast
Replacing the battery

E Lifting device
Removing the mast
Replacing the mast
Adjusting the mast
Telescopic mast
Triplex mast
Removing the lifting cylinder – Telescopic mast
Replacing the lifting cylinder – Telescopic mast
Telescopic mast – cylinder
Removing the main lift cylinder – Triplex mast
Replacing the main lift cylinder – Triplex mast
Removing the free lift cylinder
Triplexmast free lift cylinder
Lifting chains
Measuring wear
Adjusting the mast chains
Secondary chains on the triplex mast
Primary chains on the triplex mast
Standard mast
Lifting fork
Removing the fork holder
Swivel-shift fork
Removing the swivel-shift fork
Adjusting the swivel-shift fork rollers
Lift carriage
Removing the lift carriage.

M Electrical system
Module positions, right-hand chassis side
Module positions, left-hand chassis side
Module positions, mast and swivel shift forks
Transistor module
Inner construction of a transistor module
Transistor module connections
Testing the transistor modules
Test – transistor connects through
Recovery diode (double diode)
Main current circuit travel connection, MOSFETs connected through
Travel connection, MOSFETs off, current flow through recovery diode
Travel module
Removing the travel module
LTM travel control – main components
Travel module pin assignment
MOSFET and diode replacement
Travel direction contactors 1K11 and 1K12
Current sensor connection
Current sensor
Main current circuit, hydraulic system
Hydraulics pulse control system (2A1)
Removing the hydraulics module
Main current components 2A1
MOSFET and diode replacement
Hydraulics module pin assignment
Adjusting the hydraulics module
Key-operated switch “ON”
Power supply for LTM travel control system, LTM hydraulics and
battery discharge indicator
Releasing the brake 1
Releasing the brake 2
Selection of the travel direction contactors
Brake 3 and selection of the travel direction contactor
Travel transducer 1A4
Travel transducer connection
Travel transducer
Output signals at travel transducer
Adjustment of accelerator pedal neutralisation
Valve arm arrangement
Multifunctional lever
Direction selection
Horn function
Types of deceleration
Deceleration related to “INSIDE / OUTSIDE AISLE”
Deceleration related to the 0.5 m switch mounted on the mast
Deceleration related to the 0.5 m switch mounted on the fork holder
Simultaneous lift and traction
SLT (simultaneous lift and traction)
Override (override switch for travel mode)
Combined instrument 6P1
Possible errors of the combined instrument
Switch in multifunctional lever (MFL)
Lift enable
Lifting and lowering control
Swivel shift fork enable
Adjusting the swivel potentiometer 2B3
Adjusting the shift potentiometer 2B2
Emergency lowering
Emergency shifting
Emergency shifting to left
Emergency shifting to right
Adjusting the mechanical switches
Speed sensor 1B21

N Hydraulics
Hydraulics software control
Lifting function
Rotating carriage function
Hydraulic circuit diagram
Chassis valve block
Adjusting the maximum pressure valve
Swivel shift fork valve block
Adjusting the swivel back-pressure valve
Adjusting the maximum pressure valve
Load carriage connections
Hydraulic tank
Removing the pump and motor
Replacing the pump and motor
Dismantling the pump motor
Individual components of the pump motor
Inspecting the individual components
Checking the armature
Reworking the commutators
Assembling the pump motor
Dismantling the pump
Inspecting and repairing the hydraulic pump
Swivel shift fork
Removing the swivel cylinder
Replacing the swivel cylinder
Dismantling the swivel cylinder
Assembling the swivel cylinder
Removing the shift hydraulic motot
Replacing the shift hydraulic motor
Hydraulic hoses – maintenance
Lowering brake valve.

Q Telescopic fork
Function, components
Neutral position
distance sensor side shift
Block diagram
Adjusting the drive chain
Adjusting the tension of the toothed belt
Adjusting the middle carriage
Adjusting the upper carriage
Adjusting the position switches
Adjusting the distance sensor
Input module WA1IN-Q
General, fault monitoring
Pin assignment
Parameter setting
Maintenance instructions
Authorised grease types and mineral oils.

Diagnosis LEDs
Channel switch
Bar LED on 7 A11
Input/output card
Interface adapter
Changing parameters in the PLC with a notebook
Wiring diagram
Main networks
Main configuration
List of parameters
Table of symbols Inputs Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Channel 8
Channel 9
Table of symbols outputs Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 6
Channel 7
Channel 8
Table of symbols, inputs, summary
Table of symbols, outputs, summary

Block diagram
General description
Operating principle
Description of the keypad functions
Description of the menus and how to use them (selection levels)
Normal mode menu
Programming mode menu
Configuration menu
Monitor menu
Adjusting chart
Selecting the first selection level
Selecting normal operating mode
Selecting configuration
Selecting programming mode
Selecting monitor
Error messages
Detailed description of errors
Displacement transducer
Connection for test and normal operation
Testing the incremental transducer
Adjusting the load sensor (option)
Adjusting the shelf scanner
Incremental transducer for shifting
PG7 distributor 8A19
And More……

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