Shut off and tag out the vehicle before adjusting, lubricating, cleaning or otherwise servicing.
Failure to do so could result in an unexpected startup which could result in injury or death.
Follow the recommended maintenance program to prevent unsafe operation or accidents.
Keep maintenance area clean and dry. Oily and wet spots are slippery, greasy rags are a ire
hazard, and wet spots are dangerous around electrical equipment.
Using non-original replacement parts is not recommended. Their use may cause unit failure
and/or affect vehicle safety.
Before attempting to repair the MT3 SATS, be familiar with the information on these pages.
BOLT TIGHTENING DATA
Do not use these values if a different torque value is given for a speciic procedure.
The following tables contain detailed information about variables for torque management to achieve correct
fastener joint tightening. This is an advisory guide and responsibility for its application rests with the user.
If the fastened part is aluminum, reduce torque 25%
Fasteners should be replaced with the same or higher grade. If higher grade fasteners are used, they should
be tightened to the strength of the original fastener.
Locknuts: Tighten plastic-insert or crimped-steel-type locknuts to approx. 50% of the dry torque shown (applied
to the nut, not the screw head).
Table 1. US Bolt Identiication
U.S. Bolt Grades