DESCRIPTION AND USE OF CONTROLS AND INDICATORS - (CONTINUED)
The brake pedal is to the left of the accelerator pedal on the loor board. In the event of an engine failure, braking
is still by application of the brake pedal.
High/Low Beam Switch
The High/Low beam switch is a loor-mounted switch and toggles the high-beam lights on/off.
The and passenger seats are adjustable for fore and aft, backrest inclination, and for body weight. Each seat
position is provided with hip guards.
Figure 1. Dash Panel Controls and Indicators.
Table 1. Dash Panel Controls And Indicators.
High Beam Indicator
When lit, indicates the high beam lights are in use.
Registers voltage across the battery terminals. The needle must read
12-14 VDC while the vehicle is operating. If the needle registers in the
red while the vehicle is operating, this is an indication that the battery is
not being charged by the alternator. Stop the vehicle and inspect the
Shows the coolant temperature in the engine s water jacket. The gauge
needle should rise when the engine is started, then level out at between
160 and 200 °F as the engine warms up. If the needle goes beyond 210
°F, stop the engine and check for a cooling system problem.