Opmanual Combined for PDF

FOREWORD
Thank you for buying an EICHER Vehicle.
This owner’s handbook comprises of 6 sections.
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The first section contains salient features of your EICHER vehicle.
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The second section contains the details of free service scheme offered by EML, warranty terms and conditions,
service recommendations and inspection/maintenance schedule.
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The third section contains the procedures for correct operation and simple maintenance of the vehicle.
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The fourth section contains CMVR Guidelines
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The fifth section contains Guidelines for 'U' Bolt & Stiffner mounting
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The sixth section contains a list of our Authorised Representatives & Service Centres Nationwide.
To keep the vehicle in top operating condition at all times and use it for an extended period of time, make sure that
this handbook is read through, carefully.
Keep this handbook as well as the ‘Service Coupons’ in your vehicle for ready reference.
Should any questions arise concerning the contents of the handbook, please contact our Authorised Representative
for clarifications.
Note : The explanations and photographs may contain some differences from your vehicle because of change in
specifications incorporated from time to time as a result of continuous innovation and research.
Pollution control - You too can help .....
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Dear Customer,
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You would be well aware that environmental pollution is one of the most serious problems facing humanity today. Air
pollution owing to emissions from automobiles is a major component of the same. The emission consists of toxic gases
such as Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide, Nitrogen oxides and Hydrocarbons. These have very bad effects on human
health, such as headaches, dizziness, eye irritation, brain damages, oxygen starvation and lung diseases too.
At EICHER MOTORS, our Research & Development has always aimed at bringing out significant product
improvements in order to meet the user and environmental requirements. The Engine which powers your vehicle is very
eco-friendly, fuel efficient and meets the present emission norms. In fact, every vehicle produced by us is checked and
certified as ‘‘NON POLLUTING VEHICLE’’ as per norms prescribed by Government of India.
While we, at manufacturing and testing have taken due care in preventing emissions, as a vehicle owner and user, you
would be required to help in addressing this social concern by maintaining the vehicle in good operating condition.
The following tips would be of immense use to you to derive the best out of your vehicle, at the same time serving a cause
for the environment.
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Keep your Air Filter clean (Refer page 3-81)
Electronic ejectors / small plays must be in good condition.
Proper tuning of engine
Correct fuel supply
Use genuine parts only (page 2-8)
Use recommended engine oils & lubricants only (page 2-10)
Strict adherence to recommended maintenance schedule (page 2-11 to 2-15)
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT YOUR VEHICLE IS SERVICED AT OUR AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES ONLY.
Let us together fight pollution.
THANK YOU
SECTION - 1
SALIENT FEATURES
OF EICHER
1-1
1
Fresh, attractive new cab styling
2
Aerodynamic design resulting in sharply
enhanced fuel economy
1-2
3
Spacious, conveniently appointed interior
l Large glove box, Instrument panel tray
l Easier entry and exit
1-3
4
Ergonomic design and easy handling to prevent driver fatigue
For Air brake model
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2
20
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60 80
100
120
140
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10 Rear Bar Front 10
8
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4
4
2
2
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Low
Low
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3
2
1
40
20
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5
60 80
100
120
C
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C
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140
Km/h
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For Hydraulic brake model
4
3
2
1
40
20
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LO OFF
EICHER
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60 80
100
120
140
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Easy view meters
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Full function checklamp system
The easy - to - read check lamp panel includes a
complete range of pilot and warning lamps which
permit quick checks on all vehicle operating
conditions.
Thanks to our human engineering
study, moderate bright orange transparent illuminated instrument
panel give best visibility at night and
day.
1-4
Ergonomic design and easy handling to prevent driver fatigue (Contd..)
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Multi - use lever
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HI
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OFF
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Frequently used switches (turn signals, passing lights, head lights) are all integrated
into a single lever conveniently located on the steering coloum for fast and effortless
operation.
1-5
Ergonomic design and easy handling to prevent driver fatigue (Contd..)
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Tilt & telescopic steering
The 2 spoke type steering wheel has height
adjustments by Tilt and Telescopic
mechanism which provides the ideal
driving position for any driver.
30mm
Tilt 50 mm
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2
1
40
20
0
14 0
Km/h
Steering Lock
Lever
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Adjustable seat
The longer 140mm fore-and-aft seat
adjustment ensures the ideal driving
position for the driver.
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5
60 80
10 0
120
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C
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2
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Low
P
Low
5
Panoramic visibility and full complement
of safety features
Deep-cut safety door windows for
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improved visibility
They vastly improve lateral downward
visibility which prevents accidents with
motorcycles, bicycles and/or pedestrians
at corners and results in a brighter and
more airy interior with the glasses
lowered.
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Innovative, high-performance aggregates
l Engine
The EICHER is Powered 61Kw at 3200 rpm
with E483 NA and 70 Kw at 3200 rpm with
E483 TCI and fuel efficient engine producing
a maximum torque of 206 N m at 1920 rpm
with E483 NA, 285 Nm at 1400 rpm with
E483 TCI and 260Nm at 1500 rpm with
E483EDC Engine
l Clutch
The 275 x 175mm clutch disc transmits
higher torque and is designed for longer life.
A special toggle spring is provided in the
clutch pedal to prevent clutch wear against
careless footrest pressure.
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Innovative, high-performance aggregates (Contd..)
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Gear Box
The gear box is capable of transmitting
torque of - higher than that developed by
the engine which means better
reliability and longer life.
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Brake (Hydraulic)
A dual-circuit hydraulic brake system
control the front and rear wheels
independently and ensures a fail-safe
brake system
A large-caliber master vac. is provided
which acts with great force even with
light pedal action.
A warning lamp is also provided to warn
the driver of a shortage of brake fluid.
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Innovative, high-performance aggregates (Contd..)
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Exhaust Brake
A Unique fully automatic exhaust brake
system in addition to normal brake
ensures safe driving and longer life of the
brake liners
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Brake (Air)
A dual circuit full air brake system control
the front and rear wheels independently
and ensure a fail-safe brake system.
A compact air dryer prevents corroison
thus enhancing
the life of braking
components. Warning lamp and buzzer is
also provided to warn the driver in case of
any leakage in the system.
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Innovative, high-performance aggregates (Contd..)
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Suspension
1200mm long-span leaf springs for front
suspension ensure better riding comfort
High-rigidity rear suspension springs prevents
rolling, increases durability and enhances the
EICHER's ability to glide over rough roads.
All Models except 11.10
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Chassis
The unique ladder type reinforced "C"
channel chassis increases the load bearing
strength while fully retaining flexibility to
absorb shocks.
1-11
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Enhanced durability and greater
reliability for longer service life
Easier inspection and maintenance
1-12
11.10
Easier inspection and maintenance (Contd..)
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Tilt Cabin
The tilt cabin makes the inspection and
maintenance jobs not only easier but also
safer to perform.
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Integrated fuse and relay unit
The fuse box and realy box are located as a
single unit to the left of the glove box.
For BS III
1-13
Easier inspection and maintenance (Contd..)
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Max
Brake & Clutch Fluid Reservoir tank
The brake fluid reservoir tank is
conviniently located to one side of
the instrument panel - making it
easier to check on the brake fluid
reserve.
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Radiator cooling condenser tank
The closed loop cooling system with
condenser tank enables easier
checking and convenient topping up
of coolant.
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Wide range of models
1-15
SECTION - 2
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULES
2-1
IMPORTANT
MEMORANDUM OF REGISTRATION
(FOR OWNER’S USE)
Name
: ______________________________________________
Address
: ______________________________________________
Pin __________________Tel. no. ____________________
Chassis No. ________________Model
___________________
Engine No. ________________Veh. Reg.No ___________________
Alternator No. _______________Starter No.
___________________
Battery make _______________Battery No.
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Gear box No. _______________FIP No.
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Front Axle No. ______________Rear Axle No.___________________
Bus body No. _______________Veh. Key No. ___________________
(in case of company built buses)
Date of vehicle installation _________Cargo body No.____________
EICHER MOTORS offers you a unique SERVICE
SCHEME covering Labour with the purchase of your
EICHER vehicle! This scheme covers the first 5000, 15000
& 25000 kms. of your EICHER vehicle!
EML offers THREE YEARS WARRANTY ON ENGINE
& GEARBOX & ONE YEAR WARRANTY FOR REST
OF THE AGGREGATES OF THE VEHICLE
IRRESPECTIVE OF KILOMETERAGE!
(Refer page 2-5 for details)
All you have to do is to take your EICHER vehicle to your
nearest authorised Service Centre when your vehicle is due
for routine service and ask for SERVICE.
Note:
1.
For the vehicles supplied to defence indentors, Civil
indentors and certain specific customers, the above
Service scheme will not be applicable. The service
scheme in such case will be governed by the terms &
conditions of the respective contracts under which the
vehicles are supplied.
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Be sure to carry this booklet with you for the service
Authorised Representative :
Name
____________________________________________
Address
____________________________________________
Pin ______________________ Tel. no. ____________________
AR’s sign & seal ________________________________________
Note : AR to fill all the above details before handing over the vehicle to
the customer
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VEHICLE INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE
HEAD - CUSTOMER SERVICE
EICHER MOTORS
22/2, YESHWANT NIWAS ROAD INDORE - 452 003
Owner’s Name
AR's Name
Location
Owner’s Address
Record of Vehicles Owned by Customer
Make of Vehicle
Model
No. of vehicles Owned
Chassis Number
Engine Number
Repeat buyer
Installation Date
ODO Reading
Owner’s Contact Address
City
District
State
Pin Code
STD Code
Tel. No.
E mail
Ownership Type
OT1 Single Truck Owner
OT2 1~5 nosTruck Owner
OT3 >10 Truck Fleet Owner
Road Type
RD1 Normal
RD2 Hilly
RD1 Kuchha
Purpose of use
PU1 Goods Transportation
PU2 Passenger Transportation
PU3 Other Application
Pls. Specify
Drive Type
DT1 Owner Driven
DT2 Driver
LOAD TYPE
Beverages
Beverages
Beverages
Beverages
Chemical
Cigarettes
Coal
Construction Material
Construction Material
Courier/Parcel
Dye Stuff
Edible Oil
Electrical Goods
Farm Products
Farm Products
Farm Products
LT17 Food grains
LT18 Food grains
Coffee
Liquor
Others
Tea
Bricks
Cement
Eggs
Poultry
Vegetable
Fruits
Others
Pulses
No
Funding Type
F01 Centurion Bank
F02 Cholamandalam
F03 Citicorp
F04 Cooperative Bank
(Pls. Specify)
F05 ICICI
F06 Kotak Mahindra
Finance
F07 Nationalised Bank
(Pls. Specify)
F09 Self Financed
F10 Sundaram Finance
F11 Others
(Pls. Specify)
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LT1
LT2
LT3
LT4
LT5
LT6
LT7
LT8
LT9
LT10
LT11
LT12
LT13
LT14
LT15
LT16
Yes
Please tick
Route Type
RT1 City to City
RT2 With in City
RT3 State to State
Customer Type
CT1 Private
CT2 Government
CT3 Corporate
Fax
Model No.
LT19
LT20
LT21
LT22
LT23
LT24
LT25
LT26
LT27
LT28
Food grains
Food grains
Food grains
Logistics
LPG Cylinders
Marine Products
Marine Products
Market Load
Metals
Metals
Rice
Sugar
Wheat
LT29
LT30
LT31
LT32
LT33
LT34
LT35
LT36
Metals
Milk
Mineral Water
Movers & Products
Paper Products
Petrochemical Products
Pharmaceutical Products
Plastic Products
LT37
LT38
LT39
LT40
LT41
Processed Food
Sand
Soft Drink
Textiles
Others (pls. specify)
Fish
Others
Iron
NonFerrous
Steel
To be filled for CBC & CWC models only
Intended Application Bus / Truck / Others .................
I have checked the vehicle bearing above chassis and engine nos. and found it in complete and good condition to my satisfaction.
Your Authorised Representative has explained to me the following :
-Salient features of EICHER vehicle.
- Operation & maintenance of EICHER (along with demonstration)
- My responsibilities for pre operational checks and periodic maintenance.
- The terms and conditions of warranty as applicable to my EICHER vehicle.
I acknowledge that I have read through EICHER’s warranty and understood the following :
(a) Terms and conditions of warranty
(b) Importance of pre operational checks and routine maintenance of EICHER vehicle.
(c) Completeness of vehicle.
AUTHORISED DISTRIBUTOR’S SIGNATURE & SEAL :
OWNER’S SIGNATURE & DATE :
CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Warranty
Service Recommendation
EICHER Vehicle Genuine Parts
Periodic Replacement Parts
Oils & Lubricants-Recommendations
Lubrication Schedule
Inspection and Maintenance Schedule
Service and Maintenance Record for
Owner’s Reference
2-5
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-10
2-11
2-13
2-17
2-4
WARRANTY :
EICHER MOTORS warrants each EICHER vehicle and its
aggregates and components thereof, supplied by EICHER
MOTORS to be free from defects in material and workmanship
under normal use subject to the following conditions :
1.
Warranty shall be in force until the expiry of a period of 36
months from the date of installation for engine and gear
box and 12 months from the date of installation for rest of
the aggregates of the vehicle irrespective of kilometerage
covered during this period. Date of installation is as
entered in the Warranty Registration & Installation
Certificate.
2.
Warranty shall be applicable to the first registered owner
only.
3.
During the period of warranty, EICHER MOTORS ’s
obligation shall be limited to repairing or replacing free of
charge such part or parts of the supplied EICHER vehicle,
which, on examination shall be deemed defective in the
opinion of EICHER MOTORS or its Authorised
Representative. Such defective part or parts which have
been replaced shall become the property of EICHER
MOTORS
4.
Parts not manufactured by EICHER MOTORS but
supplied by other firms, such as tyres, tubes and batteries
shall be governed by the warranty terms and conditions
offered by these firms. Warranty of these items are to be
referred to the respective manufacturer through our
Authorised Representative.
5.
Warranty shall not apply to :
(a) Normal ageing, deterioration or rusting of plated parts,
paint coat, rubber parts, upholstry, soft trim etc.
(b) Parts replaced as a result of normal wear & tear such as
bulbs, fuses, motor brushes, clutch facing, brake lining,
fuel filter, oil filter etc.
(c) Normal periodic replacement parts and routine
maintenance services.
(d)
Damage due to lack of proper maintenance as described in the
owner’s handbook. Damage due to services not carried out by
authorised service centres.
(e) Damage due to use of parts other than EICHER genuine parts.
(f) Damage due to the use of lubricants/oils/grease, etc. other than
that specified herein after or otherwise approved by EICHER
MOTORS
(g) Damage due to unauthorised alterations on the vehicle, misuse,
overloading, involvement in races, rallies and places not meant
for vehicular traffic.
(h) Incidental or consequential damages such as loss of use of the
vehicle, loss of time, inconvenience or damage to personal
property, commercial loss such as loss of revenue, etc during the
period when the vehicle is undergoing service/warranty repairs.
(i) Damage due to traffic accident, fire, floods, earthquakes,
chemical pollution and other such natural calamities.
(j) Irregularities not recognised as affecting quality or function of
the vehicle or its constituent parts such as slight noise, vibrations,
oil ooze, etc.
6.
This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties
expressed or implied and all other obligations or liabilities on its
part.
7.
EICHER MOTORS reserves the right to make changes in
design of the vehicle without any obligation to install these
changes on all previously supplied vehicles
8.
EICHER MOTORS's decision on all warranty claims shall be
final and binding.
9.
Please note that for availing warranty the vehicle has to be
maintained at our Authorised Representative point only.
10. For obtaining warranty services, the owner must return the
vehicle to the Authorised Representative at his place of business
where such services will be performed without any charge for
parts or labour.
EICHER MOTORS
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SPARES WARRANTY :
4. Damage due to use of parts other than EICHER
GENUINE SPARE PARTS.
5. Damage due to lack lubricants/oils/greaseetc. other than
specified in the Operator's manual or otherwise approved
by EICHER MOTORS
6. Damage due to unauthorised alterations in the vehicle,
misuse, overloading, involvement in races, rallies and
places not meant for vehicular traffic.
7. Incidental or consequential damages such as loss of use of
the vehicle, loss of time, inconvenience or damage to
personal property, commercial loss such as loss of
revenue, etc. during the period of spares warranty.
8. Damage due to traffic accident, fire floods, earthquakes,
chemical pollution and other such natural calamities.
9. Irregularities not recongnised as affecting quality of
function of the vehicle or its consitituent parts such as
slight noise, vibrations, oil ooze etc.
10.Proprietory parts which are not manufactured by
EICHER MOTORS but supplied by other firms such as
tyres, tubes and batteries shall be governed by the
warranty terms and conditions offered by these firms.
Warranty of these items are to be referred to the respective
manufacturer through our authorised representative
EICHER MOTORS warrants each Eicher Genuine spare
parts bt EICHER MOTORS to be free from defects in
material and membershipunder use subject to the following
conditions :
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Warranty shall be in force until the expiry of a period of
six months or 20,000km. whichever is earlier, from the
date of fitment on the vehicles as entered in the job card /
repair order of the vehicle.
Warranty shall be applicable only for cases where parts
are fitted at any of EICHER AUTHORISED
SERVICE POINT and subsequent servicing of vehicle
after fitment of any such part(s), is done at EICHER
AUTHORISED SERVICE POINT only at regular
intervals.
Warranty is applicable to EICHER GENUINE
SPARE PARTS only.
Replacement of EICHER GENUINE SPARE
PARTS as applicable under spares warranty shall be
carried out on free of charge basis. Such defective parts
which have been replaced shall become property of
EICHER MOTORS
Spares warranty shall not apply to :
1. Normal ageing deterioration or rusting of plated parts,
paint coat, rubber parts, upholstery, soft trim etc.
2. Parts replaced as a result of normal wear such as bulbs,
fuses, motor brushes, clutch facing, brake lining, fuel
filter, oil filter etc.
3. Damage due to lack of proper maintenance as
described in the Operator's Manual or services not
carried out at EICHER AUTHORISED SERVICE
POINT.
f)
g)
EICHER MOTORS's decision on all warranty claims shall
be final and binding.
`For obtaining spares warranty services, the owner must the
vehicle to any of our EICHER's AUTHORISED
SERVICE POINT bring alongwith Operator's Manual the
copy of bill through which the spares has been purchased,
where such services will be performed without any charge
for parts or labour.
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SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS
Pre-operational / Periodic Inspections
I.
Pre-operational checks
These checks are mentioned in the maintenance schedule of this book (Pg-2-13). Make it a habit to perform these
inspections daily before using your Vehicle. These simple easy checks will provide you trouble free service and ensure that
the vehicle gives you the very best in performance, that it is designed for. By performing these simple daily checks your
EICHER vehicle will always be in top condition all the time, as it is meant to be.
II. Periodical Inspection (New Vehicle)
New vehicle inspection is particularly important to maintain your vehicle in top condition to give you high performance,
and prolongs the life of your EICHER Vehicle.
These inspection and service is a must on completion of the first 5000 Kms, of your EICHER Vehicle.
These service is available at your nearest Authorised Service Centres.
III Periodic Service
Periodic service is essential for all vehicles to ensure safety, reliability and efficiency. Further it reduces breakdowns. These
services are at every 5,000 Kms interval after the new vehicle inspection and service of 5000 Kms.
Note :
All services must be availed at your nearest Authorised Service Centres.For detailed procedures, refer to your
OPERATOR’S MANUAL.
During all services, insist on use of recommended oils and greases only.
2-7
EICHER Genuine Parts
Spare Parts
Always use EICHER “ GENUINE PARTS ’’
All EICHER GENUINE SPARES come in special packaging. Please look for the following identification on the
packaging for genuine spares.
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GENUINE PARTS
Photo of Raju with Genuine Parts &
Eicher Logo In Hologram
is the proof of EICHER Genuine Spare.
Please note.
Every part supplied by EICHER MOTORS is thoroughly tested and certified for assured quality.
Rubber parts deteriorate with time and usually become hard and loose their effectiveness. Therefore, for safety, critical
parts are required to be replaced periodically. Refer recommended parts change (p 2-9). Have these parts replaced at your
nearest Authorised Service Centre.
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Note : a) Any trouble arising in the vehicle due to use of parts other than EICHER “ GENUINE PARTS ’’ may not be
warranted.
b) To guard against spurious spares, packaging is subject to change without notice.
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PERIODICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS
Time of replacement
Parts to be replaced periodically
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Every Year
Brake master cylinder piston cup and dust seal
Wheel cylinder piston cup and dust seal
Brake booster packing, cup and rubber parts
Exhaust brake vacuum chamber diaphragm
Brake hose
Vacuum hose
Oil hose of the engine lubricating system
Fuel hose in engine compartment
Brake fluid reservoir tank tube
Fuel hose out of engine compartment
Air brake rubber parts & hoses
Air compressor inlet pipe
Air compressor outlet pipe
Brake chamber diaphragm kit
Dual brake valve seals & ‘O’ rings
Graduated hand control valve seals and ‘O’ rings
Air dryer ‘O’ rings
Spring brake actuator ram seals
Coolant hose of compressor
Clutch fluid resorvoir tank tube
Fuel hose out of engine compartment
2-9
Every 2 years
Every 4 years
OILS & LUBRICANTS - RECOMMENDATIONS
LUBRICANTS
ENGINE OIL
TRANS.
STEERING
OIL
DIFFERENTIAL CLUTCH/ BRAKE
OIL
FLUID
SPECIFICATION
API-CC OR
API-CD OR
API SG CF4
API-GL4 OR
DEXRON II D/F
API-GL5
SAE J1703
MIL-L-2104B
MIL-L-2104C
GL5 SAE
OR ATF TYPE ‘A’
SAE 140
DOT3
INDIAN OIL
Servo Super
Servo Gear 90
Servo gear Trans. HP Servo Gear Servo Brake
CORPORATION
Multigrade20W40
Fluid type A
Super 140
Fluid Super HD
BHARAT
Bharat Actuma Mak
Bharat Spirol
Bharat Auto.
Bharat Spirol Bharat Heavy Duty
PETROLEUM
Multigrade 20W40
90EP
Trans. Fluid Type A
HD140
Brake Fluid
HINDUSTAN
HP Super Engine Oil
HP gear oil
HP Auto. Trans.
HP Gear oil
Hp Super Duty
PETROLEUM
Multigrade 20W40
EP 90
Fluid type A
XP 140
Brake Fluid
CASTROL
Castrol CRB
Castrol Hypoy
Castrol TQAuto
Hypoy B 140
.
INDIA LTD.
20W40
C80W/90
Trans. Fluid Type A
ELF LUBRICANTS Super HDB Ultra
INDIA LTD.
20W40
TIDE WATER OIL Veedol HDC
Veedol HDC 30
Veedol Multigear
Veedol Multigear
CO. INDIA LTD.
20W40
F90
HD140
EICHER GenuineOil
BHARAT SHELL
SHELL RIMULA
INDIA LTD.
D 20W 40
VALVOLINE
All fleet Multi
CUMMINS LTD
20W 40
GULF OIL INDIA
Gulf XHD 40
LTD
BRAKES INDIA
TVS Girling
LTD.
Brake Fluid
MEGUIN OIL
Meguin Diesel
INDIA
Special 15W40
*
**
***
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CHASSIS
GREASE
WHEEL
BRG GREASE
LITHUM BASE LITHUM BASE
NLGI 2
NLGI 3
Servo Grease
Servo Gem
MP
RR3
Bharat Univex A
HP Multipurpose
Grease
Castrol all
Purpose Grease
Castrol AP3
Grease
5,000 Kms in case of hilly operation. Both Main oil filter element and by pass oil filter to be replaced whenever oil is changed.
In case of manual steering, only topping up required - Refer lubrication schedule (Page 2-11)
Air cleaner oil should be same as engine oil & to be replaced at every 5000 Kms. In case of dusty operation, replacement interval should be 3000 kms or less
Do not mixup different brands or grades while topping up.
If brand or grade is to be changed flush out existing oil & clean with the type of oil to be used.
Temperature range for use of engine oil SAE 30 is -50 C to 40OC, SAE 40 is 40OC & Above
For Tipper, Hydraulic fluid to be used is INDAL 32 of Indian oil corporation or equivalent.
2-10
LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
SL. Place of Inspection
No. & Maintenance
1
Engine oil contamination & level
Engine oil replacement Normal Eicher Genuine oil
Other recomd. Oils
Hill
Eicher Genuine oil
Other recomd. Oils
2 Air cleaner oil level (Wet type)
Air cleaner cleaning and oil replacement (Wet type)*
3 Transmission oil level
Transmission oil replacement
4 Differential oil level
Differential oil replacement
5 Steering gear oil level (Manual) **
Power steering oil level
Power steering oil Replacement
6 Brake reservoir tank fluid level check
Brake fluid replacement
7 Greasing of joints & bearings:
Propeller shaft U-joints
Steering linkages
Front & Rear spring pins
King pins
'S' Cam shaft front & rear
Slack adjuster front & rear
Dly.
Chk PDI
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
05 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85 95
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10
Place of Inspection
& Maintenance
Steering shaft lubrication
Replacement of wheel bearing grease
Lubrication of chassis
Accelerator cable ball end
Parking brake rachet bar
Gear shift lever pin
Brake shoe back plate
11 Lubrication of body
Door hinge
Door lock
Dly.
Chk PDI
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
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“EICHER Genuine Engine” oil is specially manufactured and supplied by Bharat Shell India Ltd. for EICHER vehicles.
In case of hilly operations replace engine oil at every 5000 kms. replace both mail oil filter element and by pass filter whenever engine oil
is replaced
* In case of dusty operation, replacement interval should be every 3000 kms or less as required
** In case of manual steering only topping up is required.
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INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SL. Place of Inspection
No. & Maintenance
1 Oil filter replacement
Oil filter replacement
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11
Dly.
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
Chk PDI 05 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85
Main
Bypass
Main
Bypass
Normal
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Fuel filter replacement
Stage I
Fuel filter replacement
Stage II
Restriction indicator inspection
Air cleaner element (primary) cleaning
Air cleaner element (primary) replacement
Air cleaner safety cartridge (secondary)
replacement *
Cracks / damage on V-belt
V-belt tension
Fuel feed pump gauze filter Cleaning
Engine operating condition
Starting performance
Abnormal noise
Retightening of :
Cylinder head bolts
Manifold nuts
Engine support bolts
Valve clearance
Fuel injection pressure and spray pattern of
injection nozzles
Fuel injection timing
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Replace after two cleaning intervals of primary cartridge
Replace after two years or at the time of 3rd replacement of
primary cartridge whichever is earlier
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SL.
No.
12
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27
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30
Place of Inspection
Dly.
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
& Maintenance
Chk PDI 05 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85
Engine compression pressure
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Coolant level
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Check for condition of all rubber hoses (e.g. air
intake, alternator, turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
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Turbocharger:
Axial play of turbine shaft
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Check & adjust backlash of crown wheel & pinion
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Check steering system
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Front wheel alignment
Every 25000 kms.
Power steering oil filter replacement
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Check brake drum and lining
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2-14
INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SL. Place of Inspection
No. & Maintenance
31 Air compressor
Clean compressor fins from oil, sludge & dust
Check for oil leak through lubricating pipes
Check for compressor inlet hose deterioration
Check and remove excessive carbon deposit
from reed valves
Check and clean carbon deposit in inlet &
delivery pipe
Retightening of:
Compressor Cyl. head bolts
Compressor end cover bolts
Compressor mounting bolts
Cracks / damage on compressor V-belts
Compressor V-belt tension
32 Air reservoir
Drain condensate
Check drain plug & replace if required
Check for leakage through safety valve
33 Dual brake valve
Lubricate mounting plate & plunger with
engine oil
Check boot for deterioration
Check ON / OFF leakage
34 System protection valve
Check for internal leakage
35 Hand Control valve
Check rubber condition
Dly.
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
Chk PDI 05 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85
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INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SL. Place of Inspection
No. & Maintenance
Check for proper locking
Check for leakage
36 Brake actuators & Brake chambers
Tighten mounting bolts
37 Front & Rear wheel nut retightening
38 Check wheel and tyres
Check air pressure of the tyres
Tyre rotation
39 Front and rear wheel bearing
play and damage
40 Battery electrolyte level ***
41 Switch function
42 Lamp & instrument function
43 Retightening bolts of chassis and cargo body
44 Door lock function
45 Rear view mirror looseness &
reflecting condition
46 Water, oil and fuel leaks
47 Check defects found out in
previous operation
Dly.
Maintenance Schedule (Odo. reading x 1000 Kms.)
Chk PDI 05 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85
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* Secondary filter should be cleaned
** 75000 kms. or one year. Whichever is earlier
*** Not required in case of “MAINTENANCE FREE” Batteries
2-16
PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION
CHECKS TO BE CARRIED DURING PDI
CABIN EXTERIOR
q Check distortion and damage of body panels.
q Check painting, rusting and flaws on body panels
q Check all doors, hood and other parts for proper spacing at top and
bottom, front and rear.
q Check for all doors and mirrors installed properly.
q Check for security of the cab mounting.
CABIN INTERIOR
q Check seats, interior trims and head lining are installed properly.
q Check seats, interior trims and head lining for damage and abrasion.
q Check painting, rusting and flaws.
q Check for drip and seepage of adhesive.
q Connect Palm top and read error if any rectifying and read error
to cross check for BS-III vehicles
LOCK OPERATION OF REAR GATE AND SIDE GATE (TRUCK
APPLICATION)
q Check to see if the rear gate and side gate hooks properly lock.
OPERATION OF DOORS, LOCKS AND WINDOWS
q Check door operation for closing and opening.
q Check operation of the door lock from both inside and outside the
vehicle.
q Check the windows for ease of operation and tight fit against weather
strip.
OPERATION OF LAMPS AND SWITCHES
q Check operation of all lamps and switches.
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Other warning lamps and switches.
OPERATION OF WINDSHIELD WIPER AND WASHER
q Check operation of the wiper in all ranges.
q Check the washer for operation and the nozzle for clogging.
q Check the water level in the washer tank.
OPERATION OF HORN ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
q Check the operation of horn.
REFLECTION OF MIRRORS
q Check the mirrors for reflection and stain.
BRAKE & CLUTCH RESERVOIR TANK FLUID LEVEL
q Check the fluid level in the reservoir tank. The fluid level should
be between the Min. and Max. levels.
If the level is too low, check for fluid leaks.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
(IN ENGINE OFF CONDITION)
RADIATOR COOLANT LEVEL
q Check the coolant level in the reservoir tank. If the level is too low,
check for coolant leaks.
ENGINE OIL LEVEL
q Check the oil level. The oil should be in the specified range.
Note: when the check is made, the front wheels should be placed in
straight-ahead position.
POWER STEERING OIL LEVEL (VEHICLES WITH POWER
STEERING)
q Check the oil level in the oil tank
Note: when the check is made, the front wheels should be placed in
straight-ahead position.
FUEL LEAKS FROM FUEL SYSTEM
q Check the fuel system for leakage from Fuel feed pump, Fuel filter,
Injection pump, Injection nozzle, Piping.
AIR INTAKE LINE
q Check tightness of Turbocharger / Intercooler air hoses.
q Check tightness of Turbocharger / Intercooler air pipes.
q Check tightness of Intercooler mounting bolts.
EXHAUST MANIFOLD TIGHTNESS
q Check that the exhaust manifold is correctly tightened. If the
mounting nuts are loose, tighten them to specification.
q Check the tightness of turbocharger mounting bolts
q Check for oil leakage at turbocharger in and out
PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION (Contd..)
CHECKS TO BE CARRIED DURING PDI
q Check tightness of oil supply pipe bolts.
q Check leakage of wastegate hose.
INSTALLED CONDITION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
q Check that the starter and alternator are installed properly.
q Check the wiring connections for tightness. If the wiring is in
contact with other parts, correct it by proper clamping.
DRY TYPE AIR CLEANER
q Check the indicator for choking. Clean the elements if found choked.
WET TYPE AIR CLEANER
q Check air cleaner oil level.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
(IN ENGINE OPERATING CONDITION)
ENGINE STARTING PERFORMANCE
q Check to see if the engine starts smoothly.
q Check operation of the key switch and starter.
COOLANT, AIR AND OIL LEAKS FROM CYLINDER HEAD AND
ROCKER CASE
q Check for coolant and air leaks from the cylinder head.
q Check for oil leaks from the rocker case or cylinder head cover.
OPERATION OF ACCELERATOR LINKAGE
q Check the accelerator pedal for sticking, binding and full return.
q Check for abnormal engine noise.
EXHAUST GAS CONDITION AND NOISE
q After the engine has warmed up, check that black smoking is not
emitted at idling, medium and high speeds.
q Check for abnormal noise.
UNDER VEHICLE
ENGINE OIL LEAKS FROM OIL PAN AND OIL COOLER
q Check for oil leaks from the engine oil pan, oil cooler and oil filter
mounting area.
ENGINE SUPPORT BOLTS TIGHTNESS
q Check that the engine mounting bolts are tightened to specifications.
q Tighten them to specifications as specified in Operators Manual.
FLUID LEAKS FROM CLUTCH & BRAKE LINES
q Check that the pipes and hoses are not in contact with other parts.
AIR LEAKS FROM BRAKE LINES
q Check the brake pipe lines for leakage
q Check the pipes and hoses are not in contact with other parts.
OIL LEVEL IN STEERING GEAR BOX, TRANSMISSION AND
REAR AXLE HOUSING
q Remove the inspection plug (filler plug) and check that the oil is at
the brim.
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Steering gear box
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Transmission
·
Axle housing
FLUID LEAKS FROM SHOCK ABSORBER
q Check the shock absorbers for fluid leaks.
FUEL LEAKS FROM FUEL TANK
q Check for fuel leaks from the drain plug of the fuel tank and the
pipe connections.
SUSPENSION SHACKLE PIN LOCK BOLTS AND U-BOLT NUTS
TIGHTNESS
q Check that the shackle pin lock bolts and U-bolt nuts are correctly
tightened.
PROPELLER SHAFT FLANGE YOKE BOLTS TIGHTNESS
q Check the flange yoke bolts for tightness.
DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ATTACHING BOLTS TIGHTNESS
q Check the bolts attaching differential carrier to axle housing for
tightness.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AND ROUTING
q Check the battery cable and other electrical connections for
tightness.
BODY MOUNTING BOLTS AND NUTS TIGHTNESS
q Check the body mounting bolts and nuts for tightness.
PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION (Contd..)
CHECKS TO BE CARRIED DURING PDI
TYRE (INCLUDING SPARE TYRE)
q Check the tyre pressures while the tyres are cold.
q Check for stone, pebbles and other foreign objects caught in the
tread grooves, remove them.
q Check that the spare tyre is installed properly.
q Front and Rear wheel nuts tightness
q Check the exhaust pipe and muffler installation and connection for
looseness.
ROAD TEST
ENGINE STOPPING CONDITION
q Turn the starter switch to “ACC” and check stopping of engine
smoothly.
SERVICE BRAKE OPERATION
q Inspect pedal play and stroke.
q Check that brake operation is smooth and positive.
q Check vacuum leakage from vacuum pipes
q Check oil leakage from supply pipe of compressor.
q Check water leakage at inlet / outlet hoses of compressor.
PARKING BRAKE OPERATION
q Inspect the operation of graduated hand control valve, braking effect,
return and buzzer.
q Check for wind-off nut of spring brake actuator.
q Inspect the operation of parking brake lever, braking effect, return
and indicator
q Check for parkingbrake lever locking operation
CLUTCH OPERATION
q Check the operation of clutch in all driving ranges.
q Check clutch pedal play.
TRANSMISSION OPERATION
q Check the operation of transmission and gearshift lever in all
ranges.
q Check the control linkage for looseness.
STEERING WHEEL PLAY AND OPERATION
q Place the steering wheel in straight-ahead position and check for the
play.
q Check the steering wheel for ease of operation, stability and
returnability.
GAUGES AND WARNING LAMPS FUNCTION
q Inspect that all gauges and warning lamps are functioning properly.
Speedometer, Air pressure gauge, Fuel gauge, Water Temperature gauge
and warning lamps.
NOISE
q Check for noise in each of the brakes, clutch, engine, transmission,
steering system, propeller shaft, differential and others.
FINAL STEPS
VEHICLE WASHING
q Clean the vehicle exterior and interior. Then wash the body exterior
with water.
q Lubricate all greasing points.
JACK AND TOOL SET
q Verify that the jack and tool sets are on the vehicle.
INSTALLATION OF LICENCE PLATES
q Install the licence plates.
ACCESSORIES
q Head lamp bulbs – two
Warning triangle – one (two in case of 10.90 Model)
First Aid kit – one
Chock - one (two in case of 10.90 Model)
Note: Ensure cabin tilt mechanism is locked after PDI.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
5,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 5,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 5,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Replace transmission oil
1 Replace differential oil
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate front & rear slack
adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam
shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element and
bypass filter
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I
1 Check and adjust V-belt tension
1 Clean fuel feed pump gauze filter
1 Check engine-operating
condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber
hoses (e.g. air intake, alternator,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Check steering system
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Check front & Rear suspension
'U' bolt
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor Vbelt tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate &
plunger of dual brake valve with
engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
1 Check front & rear wheel nuts
1 Check wheel and tyres
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check switch function
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Check water, oil and fuel leaks
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
1 Connect Palm top and read error
if any rectifying and read error to
cross check for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
15,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 15,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 15,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil (incase of hilly
operation & if Eicher genuine oil is not
used)
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check transmission oil level
1 Check differential oil level
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate Propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate Steering linkages
1 Lubricate Front & Rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft lubrication
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
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Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element and bypass
filter (incase of hilly operation or if
Eicher Genuine oil is not used)
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I & II
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Discharge water from water separator
1 Check radiator cap condition
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
( e . g . a i r i n t a k e , a l t e r n a t o r,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Tighten propeller shaft bolts
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
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Check clutch pedal play
Check steering system
Check front & rear suspension
Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
Check master vac. valve function
Check service brake operation
Check parking brake operation
Check and adjust compressor Vbelt tension
Lubricate mounting plate &
plunger of dual brake valve with
engine oil
Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
Check wheel and tyres
Carry out tyre rotation
Check battery electrolyte level
Check front and rear wheel
bearing play and damage
Check switch function
Check lamp & instrument function
Retighten bolts of chassis and
cargo body
Check water, oil and fuel leaks
Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to
cross check for BS-III vehicles
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
25,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 25,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 25,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check transmission oil level
1 Check differential oil level
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Replace brake fluid
1 Lubricate Propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate Steering linkages
1 Lubricate Front & Rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft lubrication
1 Lubricate accelerator cable ball end
1 Lubricate gearshift lever pin
1 Lubricate parking brake rachet bar
1 Lubricate brake shoe back plate
1 Lubricate door hinge
1 Lubricate door lock
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element and bypass filter
1 Replace fuel filter Stage I
1 Check V-belt tension
1 Clean fuel filter pump gauze filter
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Check fuel injection pressure and spray
pattern of injection nozzle
1 Check fuel injection timing
1 Discharge water from water separator
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Check tightness of radiator hoses
Check condition of all rubber hoses
( e . g . a i r i n t a k e , a l t e r n a t o r,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
Check steering system
Check & adjust front wheel
alignment
Check front & rear suspension
Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
Check service brake operation
Check parking brake operation
Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
Lubricate mounting plate & plunger
of dual brake valve with engine oil
Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
Check brake drum & lining condition
Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
Check wheels & tyres
Carry out tyre rotation
Check battery electrolyte level
Check switch function
Check lamp & instrument function
Check water, oil & fuel leaks
Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to cross
check for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
35,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 35,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 35,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil (incase of hilly
operation & if Eicher genuine oil is
not used)
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Change transmission oil
1 Change differential oil
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft
1 Replace wheel-bearing grease
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
( e . g . a i r i n t a k e , a l t e r n a t o r,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Tighten propeller shaft bolts
1 Check clutch pedal play
1 Check steering system
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Tighten front & rear suspension 'U' bolt
1 Check master vac.valve function
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of
dual brake valve with engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element & bypass 1 Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
filter (incase of hilly operation or if 1 Check wheels and tyres
Eicher Genuine oil is not used)
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I & II
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Check switch function
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Retighten exhaust manifold nuts
1 Retighten bolts of chassis and cargo
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
body
1 Discharge water from water 1 Check water, oil and fuel leaks
separator
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
1 Check radiator cap condition
compressor fins.
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Connect Palm top and read error if any
rectifying and read error to cross check
for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
45,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 45,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 45,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Engine oil replacement
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check steering gear oil level
(manual)
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft lubrication
1 Replace wheel-bearing grease
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element and bypass
filter
1 Replace fuel filter Stage I
1 Check V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Tighten engine support bolts
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Check engine compression pressure
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
( e . g . a i r i n t a k e , a l t e r n a t o r,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Check steering system
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of
dual brake valve with engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
1 Check brake drum & lining condition
1 Check & remove excessive carbon
deposit from reed valves of air
compressor
1 Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
1 Check wheels & tyres
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Check front & rear wheel bearing play
& damage
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check switch function
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Check water, oil & fuel leaks
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
1 Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to cross
check for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
55,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 55,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 55,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil (incase of hilly operation &
if Eicher genuine oil is not used)
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check transmission oil level
1 Check differential oil level
1 Replace power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft
1 Lubricate accelerator cable ball end
1 Lubricate gearshift lever pin
1 Lubricate parking brake rachet bar
1 Lubricate brake shoe back plate
1 Lubricate door hinge
1 Lubricate door locks
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element & bypass filter
(incase of hilly operation or if Eicher Genuine
oil is not used)
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I & II
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Retighten cylinder head bolts
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Check fuel injection pressure & spray pattern
of injection nozzles
1 Check fuel injection timing
1 Discharge water from water separator
1 Replace coolant
1 Check radiator cap condition
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Check tightness of radiator hoses
Check condition of all rubber hoses (e.g. air
intake, alternator, turbocharger, Intercooler,
etc.)
Tighten propeller shaft bolts
Check clutch pedal play
Check & adjust backlash of crown wheel &
pinion and adjust pinion height
Check steering system
Check & adjust front wheel alignment (if not
done at 50000 kms.)
Replace power steering oil filter
Check front & rear suspension
Tighten front & rear suspension 'U' bolt
Check dual brake valve function
Check service brake operation
Check parking brake operation
Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of dual
brake valve with engine oil
Tighten mounting bolts of Brake actuators &
Brake chambers
Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
Check wheels and tyres
Carry out tyre rotation
Check battery electrolyte level
Check switch function
Check lamp & instrument function
Retighten bolts of chassis and cargo body
Check water, oil and fuel leaks
Clean dust & oil sludge from compressor
fins.
Connect Palm top and read error if any
rectifying and read error to cross check for
BS-III vehicles
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
65,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 65,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 65,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Replace transmission oil
1 Replace differential oil
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Replace brake fluid (if not
replaced at 60000 kms.)
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Replace wheel-bearing grease
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate front & rear slack
adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element &
bypass filter
1 Replace fuel filter Stage I
1 Check V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating
condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
Remarks :
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
(e.g. air intake, alternator,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Check steering system
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor Vbelt tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate & plunger
of dual brake valve with engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
1 Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
1 Check wheels & tyres
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check switch function
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Check water, oil & fuel leaks
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
1 Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to
cross check for BS-III vehicles
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
75,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 75,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 75,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil (incase of hilly
operation & if Eicher genuine oil is
not used)
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check transmission oil level
1 Check differential oil level
1 Replace power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element & bypass
filter (incase of hilly operation or if
Eicher Genuine oil is not used)
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I & II
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Clean fuel feed pump gauze filter
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check radiator cap condition
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
(e.g. air intake, alternator,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tighten propeller shaft bolts
Check clutch pedal play
Check steering system
Check & adjust front wheel alignment
Check front & rear suspension\
Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
Check dual brake valve function
Check service brake operation
Check parking brake operation
Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of
dual brake valve with engine oil
Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
Check wheels and tyres
Carry out tyre rotation
Check battery electrolyte level
Check switch function
Check lamp & instrument function
Retighten bolts of chassis and cargo
body
Check water, oil and fuel leaks
Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
Connect Palm top and read error if any
rectifying and read error to cross
check for BS-III vehicles
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
85,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 85,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 85,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Check transmission oil level
1 Check differential oil level
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate Propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate Steering linkages
1 Lubricate Front & Rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate accelerator cable ball end
1 Lubricate gearshift lever pin
1 Lubricate parking brake rachet bar
1 Lubricate brake shoe back plate
1 Lubricate door hinge
1 Lubricate door locks
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element & bypass
filter
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Check fuel injection pressure &
spray pattern of injection nozzles
1 Check fuel injection timing
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber hoses
( e . g . a i r i n t a k e , a l t e r n a t o r,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
1 Check steering system
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Tighten front & rear suspension 'U'
bolt
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of
dual brake valve with engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
1 Check brake drum & lining
1 Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
1 Check wheels and tyres
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check switch function
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Check water, oil and fuel leaks
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
1 Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to cross
check for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
95,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 95,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 95,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil (incase of hilly
operation & if Eicher genuine oil is not
used)
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Replace transmission oil
1 Replace differential oil
1 Check steering gear oil level (manual)
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Replace brake fluid (if not replaced at
90000 kms.)
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate Steering linkages
1 Replace wheel-bearing grease
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate steering shaft
1 Lubricate front & rear slack adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element & bypass
filter (incase of hilly operation or if
Eicher Genuine oil is not used)
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I & II
1 Check & adjust V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating condition
1 Tighten exhaust manifold nuts
1 Tighten engine support bolts
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Check engine compression pressure
1 Discharge water from water separator
1 Check radiator cap condition
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Check tightness of radiator hoses
Check condition of all rubber hoses (e.g.
air intake, alternator, turbocharger,
Intercooler, etc.)
Tighten propeller shaft bolts
Check clutch pedal play
Check steering system
Check front & rear suspension
Tighten front & rear suspension 'U' bolt
Check master vac. valve function
Check service brake operation
Check parking brake operation
Check and adjust compressor V-belt
tension
Lubricate mounting plate & plunger of
dual brake valve with engine oil
Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
Tighten front & rear wheel nuts
Check wheels & tyres
Carry out tyre rotation
Check battery electrolyte level
Check switch function
Check lamp & instrument function
Retighten bolts of chassis and cargo
body
Check water, oil and fuel leaks
Clean dust & oil sludge from compressor
fins.
Connect Palm top and read error if any
rectifying and read error to cross check
for BS-III vehicles
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
EICHER MOTORS
Job Card No. :
1,05,000 KM PERIODIC SERVICE
Details of 1,05,000 km service :
Chassis No.
Engine No.
Date
SERVICE OPERATIONS
Servicing AR’s Name :
Address :
Pin
Tel no.
Total running (odometer reading)
Coupon no.
Date of service
I hereby declare that the 1,05,000 km Service has
been carried out to my fullest satisfaction.
Lubrication
1 Replace engine oil
1 Replace air cleaner oil
1 Replace transmission oil
1 Replace differential oil
1 Check power steering oil level
1 Lubricate propeller shaft U-joints
1 Lubricate steering linkages
1 Lubricate front & rear spring pins
1 Lubricate Kingpins
1 Lubricate front & rear slack
adjuster
1 Lubricate front & rear 'S' cam shaft
Inspection and Maintenance
1 Replace oil filter element and
bypass filter
1 Replace fuel filter-Stage I
1 Check and adjust V-belt tension
1 Check engine-operating
condition
1 Check & adjust valve clearance
1 Discharge water from water
separator
1 Check tightness of radiator hoses
1 Check condition of all rubber
hoses (e.g. air intake, alternator,
turbocharger, Intercooler, etc.)
Remarks :
AR’s signature & seal
Owner’s signature & Date.
1 Check steering system
1 Check & adjust front wheel
alignment (if not done at 100000
kms.)
1 Check front & rear suspension
1 Check front & Rear suspension 'U'
bolt
1 Check service brake operation
1 Check parking brake operation
1 Check and adjust compressor Vbelt tension
1 Lubricate mounting plate & plunger
of dual brake valve with engine oil
1 Tighten mounting bolts of Brake
actuators & Brake chambers
1 Check front & rear wheel nuts
1 Check wheel and tyres
1 Carry out tyre rotation
1 Check front & rear wheel bearing
play and damage
1 Check battery electrolyte level
1 Check switch function
1 Check lamp & instrument function
1 Check water, oil and fuel leaks
1 Clean dust & oil sludge from
compressor fins.
1 Connect Palm top and read error if
any rectifying and read error to
cross check for BS-III vehicles
AR to tear this portion and staple with Job Card for carrying out the service accordingly.
Note : Please record all values / observations on the job card.
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2-17
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2-18
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
2-19
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
2-20
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
2-21
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE RECORD
(Owners must ensure that this record is maintained & made available to EML Dealer/Service Representative,
whenever asked for. Deficiency/Non-availability may lead to rejection of warranty claims.)
SL.
No.
Recommended
Kms.
Date of
Service
Actual
Kms.
Serviced by
(Name of Authorised)
Service Centre, Location
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
2-22
Job
No.
Remarks
Signature
of Works
Manager
SECTION - 3
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR EICHER VEHICLE
3-1
CONTENTS
- Instruments and Controls
- Minimum essentials for the driver
- Opening and closing of doors, cabin tilting,
engine inspection port & fuel tank cap
- Before starting the engine
- Starting and stopping the engine
- Basic driving controls
- Switches and Controls
- Making friends with the dashboard equipments
- Ventilation
- Enjoying the amenities
- In emergencies
- Driving it economically
- Operating in cold areas
- Daily inspection
- Simple servicing
- Specifications
- Service data
- Trouble shooting & correction
3-3
3-4
3-15
3-19
3-22
3-24
3-28
3-30
3-34
3-35
3-38
3-48
3-52
3-55
3-70
3-102
3-106
3-107
3-2
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Brake fluid reservoir tank---------------------- 3-59
Side ventilator----------------------------------- 3-34
Lighting switch, turn signal, dimmer,
passing and lane change switch--------------- 3-28
Meter---------------------------------------------- 3-30
Wiper & Washer--------------------------------- 3-29
Steering wheel----------------------------------- 3-20
Throttle button----------------------------------- Clutch pedal-------------------------------------- Brake pedal--------------------------------------- Telescopic tilt steering wheel
lock lever---------------------------------------- 3-20
Starter switch------------------------------------ 3-20
Accelerator pedal------------------------------- Parking brake lever----------------------------- 3-27
Gearshift lever---------------------------------- 3-24
Ash tray------------------------------------------ 3-35
Pocket-------------------------------------------- Center console---------------------------------- 3-36
Glove box----------------------------------------- 3-36
Window washer tank---------------------------- 3-36
Fuse box------------------------------------------ 3-95
16
18
5 4 6
15
4
3
2
1
40
20
0
3
2
5
60 80
80
100
120
C
H
C
H
140
Km/h
Km/h
L
20
19
17
14 13
LO OFF
8 10 9 11 12
3-3
MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER
l
l
Quick look up (Pg 3-40)
l
When a fuse is blown (Pg 3-95)
l
Replacing lamps (Pg 3-94)
EICHER
l
Tools and Jack (Pg 3-39)
10.70
l
Fixing a flat tyre (Pg 3-72)
3-4
1
7
MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
l
Doors and windows (Pg 3-15)
Make sure your doors are locked while the vehicle is in
motion
l
Adjusting the seat (Pg 3-16)
- Are the pedals within easy reach for full depressing
strokes ?
- Is the steering wheel in the optimum driving position ?
l
Fastening seat belts
For safety it is mandatory that you as well as the co-driver
fasten seat belts before driving.
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Tilting the cab (Pg 3-16)
The cab can be tilted forward easily and safely. It makes
your engine service job a lot easier.
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Adjusting mirrors (Pg 3-37)
Before getting the vehicle started, adjust rearview mirrors
so that you can see into the rear and sides.
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Adjusting the steering wheel position (Pg 3-20)
The telescopic tilt steering wheel allows you to change its
position, horizontally and vertically, to suit your stature.
Adjust the wheel to the best driving position before starting
the vehicle.
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Multipurpose levers (Pg 3-28)
The steering column is mounted with two multipurpose
levers. The right lever switch control lightning and the left
lever controls the wipers, washers and hazard warning
lights.
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Starting the engine (Pg 3-20)
- Before starting the engine, be sure to apply the parking
brake
- Make sure that the gearshift lever is in neutral.
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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Check for warning lamps (Pg 3-32)
- All warning lamps come on when the starter switch is placed in ON
position before starting the engine.
- Your vehicle is in good condition if all lamps go off soon after the
engine has started.
- The warning lamp for parking brake goes off when the parking brake
lever is released.
- The warning lamp and buzzer for parking brake goes off when the
parking brake lever is released.
- The low pressure indicators & buzzers come on only if the pressure
drops beyond the specified value & goes off after the engine starts
and the required pressure is built up into the system.
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Do not keep your foot on clutch pedal when not operating it.
- Use of clutch in half-engaged position will not only result in loss of
power but will also reduce the life of the clutch. .
- If you feel higher resistance when you start depressing the clutch
pedal it means the clutch disc has reached the limit of its service life.
Have the clutch disc replaced at your nearest Eicher Authorized
Service point.
Make sure that the cab interior is clear of obstructions.
- Personal effects and other articles near the driver’s seat can be
dangerous.
- These may fall down onto the floor and get under the brake pedal
thereby hindering normal operation.
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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Be sure the area around your vehicle is clear.
Inflammable foreign material getting entangled in the
exhaust pipe can be dangerous
Ensure that the cargo is securely loaded in position
For Safe Driving
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Warning lamps (Pg 3-32)
Should a warning lamp come on, immediately pull your
vehicle into a safe location.
It is dangerous to keep your vehicle going with any of the
warning lamps staying lit.
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Starting switch (Pg 3-20)
Never turn off the starter switch while the vehicle is in
motion. If the starter switch is placed in the ACC or
LOCK position while you are on the road,
- Extremely poor braking action will result.
- If the key is in the LOCK position, it can come off
thereby locking the steering wheel & making it
impossible to steer the vehicle.
- The warning lamps will become inoperative, thereby
making driving extremely dangerous
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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Observe the following precautions when allowing
children into your vehicle
- Never allow them to tamper with the steering wheel,
gearshift lever, controls and other switches.
- Close the door and lock it in position.
- Never let them open or close the doors.
- When you leave your vehicle, never leave them behind
in the vehicle.
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Use of cellular phones
It is strictly prohibited use of cellular phones during
driving the vehicles. Should you need to use cellular
phone, pull up your vehicle to a safe location.
Some tips for better driving technique
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On long downhill roads
- Use the same gear which is used when coming uphill.
- Automatic exhaust brake system provides assistance in
speed control. However, use service brakes properly
to keep the speed within limits.
- Limit for each gear are shown on the speedometer
- Non-adherence may lead to engine over-running &
severe damage. (Also refer page 3-24)
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Flat tyre
When you get a flat tyre while driving at high speeds grip
the steering wheel and depress the brake pedal gently until
your vehicle slows down.
If you brake suddenly, you will loose directional control.
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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While Washing
Be sure to switch off the engine before washing. This is essential to ensure
that water is not sucked inside the engine which may lead to seizure of the
engine.
After washing
After washing your vehicle or moving out of puddled road, lightly depress
the brake pedal to test the brake. Brakes may not be very effective after the
vehicle has been washed or driven on puddled road due to entry of water
into the brake assembly. In such a case, dry the brake linings by driving at
slow speeds for a while with light foot pressure on brake pedal, while
making sure that you are clear of vehicles ahead and behind.
While crossing puddled road, be sure that water level does not reach the air
box hole in the air cleaner. If it happens, it may lead to engine seizure
(hydrostatic lock). To avoid this, remove the hose clamp & detach the hose
of the air cleaner & fill it with fresh engine oil as per recommendation in wet
type air cleaner & remove the hose clamp & dismantle the air cleaner &
replace air cleaner element & safety cartridge dry type air cleaner. Also
check the differential oil for any signs of water entry. In case the oil is found
contaminated, same should be replaced with recommended grade of fresh
oil immediately.
To ensure best performance for a long time
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To ensure comfortable drives at all times, perform the following
inspections.
Daily inspection (Pg 3-56)
Before a day’s operation, make the daily inspection to prevent troubles
from developing into a serious breakdown.
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WET TYPE
Snorkel
DRY TYPE
MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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Periodic inspection
Be sure to have your vehicle inspected at regular intervals
according to the instructions given in the service schedule
- Take your vehicle to your nearest authorized service
station for inspection as specified in the service booklet.
- In addition, inspections must be made for lubricants and
elements according to specific distances driven.
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Parts requiring periodic replacement
Make sure that these parts are replaced at the specified
intervals for safe driving.
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Replacement parts and accessories
Km
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0
Km
50
0
0
150
Use genuine EICHER parts and accessories. They are your
reliable partners offering the quality guaranteed by
EICHER MOTORS Get them at your nearest Eicher
Authorised Service Station.
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
Inspection and adjustments
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For inspection and adjustment not covered in “Simple
servicing” of this manual, contact your local authorized
service station.
CAUTION !
Your vehicle has been factory-adjusted to the best operating
performance. Never attempt to make further adjustments,
or to remove or remodel parts.
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Condition of Battery
Check the battery condition regularly and keep the battery
in a healthy condition.
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Jump start (Pg 3-42)
When making a jump start, make sure that the helper battery
is of the same voltage rating as the discharged or weak
battery. For details, see “Run-down battery” on pages 3-42.
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Vehicle jack up point (Pg 3-73)
When using a jack, ensure that it is set properly in position.
For jack up points, see Page 3-73
CAUTION !
Never under any circumstances remove the radiator cap
when it is hot.
The gush of steam and coolant that will spurt out can cause
serious injury to you.
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24V
12V
MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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When Loading cargo
- Ensure that the maximum cargo carrying capacity is not
exceeded
- Ensure that your cargo is evenly distributed
- When loading long objects, minimize protrusion from
the rear end of the body.
- Place a sheet over the cargo and fasten ropes securely.
- Avoid loading to an excessive height.
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About warranty
Troubles and accidents caused by careless handling or
abuse of the vehicle beyond the limits of its specifications
are out of the scope of warranty
Make sure that daily inspection and maintenance are not
neglected.
Should trouble occur, consult your local authorised
representative. For further details refer to our warranty
policies in section-2 of this handbook.
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MINIMUM ESSENTIALS FOR THE DRIVER (Contd..)
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Chassis and engine numbers
When ordering parts, specify these numbers to ensure correct
order processing.
BC
20
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Chassis number
Example:20BC 4A 100091
Stamped on the left side of the frame, at the position
shown in illustration.
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Engine number
Example: E483 N D 4 A 100000
Stamped on the crankcase, at the position shown in
illustration.
Name plate
Attached inside the cab showing the vehicle model and chassis
number.
4A
NA - E483 N D 4 A 100000
91
TCI - E483 C D 4 A 100001
EICHER MOTORS
MODEL BRAND
CHASSIS NO
ENGINE NO
MAX GVW
MAX AXLE LOAD
FRONT
REAR
3-14
00
10
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:
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20BC 4A 100091
E483 N D 4 A 100000
10400 KGS
KGS
KGS
OPENING AND CLOSING OF DOORS
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Locking, opening and closing of doors From outside.
- Locking and unlocking with key.
Insert the key and turn towards the front of the vehicle to
lock, or towards the rear to unlock.
- Locking without key.
With the lock button pushed in, and the outer handle
pulled up, close the door.
From Inside
- Locking
Push the lock button in and the door is locked.
- With the lock button pulled up, pull the inner handle, and
the door opens.
CAUTION!
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When you leave your vehicle, stop the engine and lock
the doors.
Before opening the door from inside, ensure that the rear
area of your vehicle is clear.
A door left slightly open is very dangerous. Ensure that
the door is fully closed.
Make sure that you have removed the key before
leaving your vehicle.
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OPENING AND CLOSING OF DOORS (Contd..)
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Opening and closing door glasses
-To open or close the door glass, turn the regulator handle.
Open
Close
TILTING THE CAB
Raising the cab (Best done at your Authorised Service
Centre)
1. With the lever 1 pulled, raise the handle 2.
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2. Hold the grip 3 and, while pressing it down, pull the hook 4.
This causes the cab to go up. While holding the cab by hand
to prevent abrupt motion, let it go up slowly.
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3. As the cab goes up all the way, it is held in position by the
cab stay 5.
4. Insert the safety pin 6.
CAUTION !
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To ensure safety, make sure the safety pin is inserted.
Do not tilt the cab while holding the handle 2.
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3-16
TILTING THE CAB (Contd..)
Lowering the cab
1. With the grip held by hand and safety pin removed from the
cab stay, push up the lever 7 to fold the cab stay 5 and slowly
lower the cab. The hook engages as the cab is lowered in
position.
2. Push the handle slowly back until it is locked in its original
position, Check to ensure that it has been locked in position.
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7
Note: If the handle is not locked, tilt back and relock the handle.
5
CAUTION !
PRECAUTIONS FOR TILTING THE CAB
- Select a flat, level ground.
- Apply parking brake and chock up the wheels.
- Ensure that the engine is stationary.
- Keep the gearshift lever in neutral.
- Clear personal effects and other articles from the seat
and floor. They can slide & break the windshield when
the cab is tilted.
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TILTING THE CAB (Contd...)
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Make sure that the doors are in closed position.
Ensure a clearance of 1 meter or more in front of the cab.
Before lowering the cab, make sure that there is no waste
cloth or tools left behind in the engine compartment.
Unless absolutely necessary DO NOT tilt the cab. Better
leave this to your Authorised Service Centre.
ENGINE INSPECTION PORT
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Accessing the engine
The engine inspection port is located under the assistant’s
seat. To inspect the engine, release the clamp and raise the
front end of the seat. Support the seat in folded position with
the help of the belt provided.
To hold the raised assistant seat a support belt is provided.
After swinging up the assistant’s seat hold it by putting the
support belt end on the clamping hook of the seat.
CAUTION !
When closing the port ensure that the clamps are engaged
properly.
FUEL TANK COCK
l To remove the cap, turn it counter clockwise.
N
OP E
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BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
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Adjusting the driver’s seat
When adjusting the seat, make sure the following
conditions are met to ensure best possible driving position.
- Pedals are within easy reach for their entire stroke.
- The steering wheel and controls / switches are within
easy reach for sure operation.
- During adjustment, keep your back fully resting on the
setback.
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Fore-aft positions
Adjust the seat to the position by operating the adjusting
lever. After positioning the seat in the fore-aft-direction,
gently lock the seat to ensure that it has been locked in
position.
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Reclining
After the adjustment gently lock the seat back to ensure that
it has been locked in position.
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Folding down the seatback
The seatback folds down to facilitate accessing the vehicleborne tools which are placed just behind the driver’s seat.
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BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE (Contd...)
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Adjusting the telescopic tilt steering wheel
Position the steering wheel by moving it in the up-and-down
and fore-and-aft directions. Ensure the best possible driving
position, together with the adjustment of the driver’s seat.
Turn the lever counterclockwise (1), and the steering wheel
becomes loose. After adjustment, tighten the lever securely
in position (2) to prevent it from becoming loose during
driving.
CAUTION !
2
1
Never attempt to adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is
in motion.
STARTER SWITCH
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Starter switch positions
LOCK In this position the key can be inserted and removed.
Remove the key and turn the steering wheel until it locks in
position.
Turn the key from LOCK to ACC to unlock the steering
wheel. If key is hard to turn to ACC, lightly turn the steering
wheel so as to turn the key with ease.
LOCK
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START
C ON
AC
BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE (Contd...)
When the key is placed to this position, the engine
will shutdown. With the engine shutdown and the key
n ACC position, the electrical system for assessories is
switched on.
ON
Keep the key in this position during operation.
START Place the key in this position to start the engine. After
the engine has started, release the key and it will return
to ON position on its own.
LOC
Never under any circumstances place the key in any
position other than ON while you are on road. If it is placed
in ACC position, the engine stops and the brake booster
becomes inoperative resulting in extremely poor braking
performance.
ON ST
ART
CAUTION!
K ACC
ACC
In addition, with the key in ACC position, while the vehicle
is in motion, all warning lamps, instruments, and exhaust
brake also become inoperative, which is extremely
dangerous. This can also lead to troubles in the electrical
system.
If the key is moved to the LOCK position with the vehicle in
motion, the steering wheel will lock and you may lose
directional control.
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STARTING AND STOPPING THE ENGINE
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Place the gearshift lever in neutral and apply parking brake.
1. Place the starter switch in ‘On’ position.
2. Turn the starter switch to ‘START’ position to start the engine.
3. Keep the accelerator pedal depressed until the engine turns over and starts.
4. Engine should not be put under full acceleration immediately after start. It is recommended running the engine at idling
speed for a short time (min. 3 minutes). Warm up the engine under medium speed.
5. If the engine does not start, wait for a while (about one minute) and start from the beginning. Do not operate the starter
continuously for more than 30 seconds.
6. When attempting to start the engine after the vehicle has been parked for a long period or after the engine oil or oil filter
element has been replaced, crank the engine first. See Page 3-23 for engine cranking procedure.
7. If the engine does not start, check the solenoid switch for the actuation of plunger. if plunger does not function, disassemble
the switch, remove the plunger and fit back the switch ensuring proper tightening.
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Stopping the engine
After running the engine at idling speed for a while place the starter switch in the ACC position to stop the engine. If the
engine does not stop when the starter switch is placed in ACC position, turn the stop lever 1 of the fuel injection pump in the
direction of the arrow. Release the lever after the engine has completely stopped. An elongated cable is suspected, so take
your vehicle to the nearest authorised service station for inspection and adjustment.
CAUTION!
- Do not accelerate the engine with throttle wire, always accelerate by depressing pedal.
- To ensure utmost safety, apply the parking brake lever and choke up the wheels.
- Engine should not be put under full acceleration immediately after start. It is recommended, running the engine at
idling speed for a short time (min. 3 minutes). Warm up the engine under medium speed.
- Engine should not be stopped immediately after vehicle operation, it is recommended for a short idling time before
switching off (min. 3 minutes).
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STARTING AND STOPPING THE ENGINE (Contd...)
CAUTION !
l If the engine is slightly overheating as after ascending a slope or after high speed
operation, keep the engine running at idling speed for a while to cool the engine
before stopping it.
Stopping the engine while it is running at high speed could cause failure of the
governor.
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Starting and stopping the engine for inspection
1. Place the starter switch in “ON” position.
2. Make sure that the gearshift lever is in neutral.
3. Turn the starter switch to ‘‘START” position to start the engine.
4. To stop the engine, place the starter switch in “ACC” position or pull the stop lever of
the fuel injection pump.
CAUTION!
- Do not accelerate the engine with throttle wire, always accelerate by depressing
pedal.
- To ensure utmost safety, apply the parking brake lever and choke up the wheels.
- Engine should not be put under full acceleration immediately after start. It is
recommended, running the engine at idling speed for a short time (min. 3 minutes).
Warm up the engine under medium speed.
- Engine should not be stopped immediately after vehicle operation, it is
recommended for a short idling time before switching off (min. 3 minutes).
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Cranking the engine
After the vehicle has heen parked for a long period or the engine oil and oil filter element
have been replaced, use the following procedure to crank the engine before starting.
Crank the engine for 15 seconds with the accelerator pedal released and starter switch in
“START” position.
The engine may start but, do not depress the accelerator pedal for around 3 minutes.
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STARTING AND STOPPING THE ENGINE
(Contd...)
CAUTION !
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Cranking is necessary to let the engine oil circulate through
the engine parts.
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2
4
BASIC DRIVING CONTROLS
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Gearshift lever
On uphill
Make it a rule to downshift as soon as possible before an
excessive load is applied to the engine.
1
3
5
On downhill
Shift into a gear which you use for uphill and use engine
braking to keep a safe speed. Take care not to overuse the
foot brake.
CAUTION !
Observe following precautions to prevent engine overrun.
- Sufficiently slow down your vehicle before shifting down
through gears. Sticker as shown in the sketch is provided
on the Right hand side roof rail above the driver seat.
- The engine overrun refers to a condition of the engine
when it runs at speeds higher than its maximum rpm.
The engine can be severely damaged by overrunning.
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CAUTION
FOR SAFETY OF ENGINE
1.
2.
On down hill operation never exceed
speed indicated in the speed range band
on speedometer.
On plains never down shift gears at
speeds indicated below.
SPEED
ABOVE 80 KMS
ABOVE 60 KMS
ABOVE 50 KMS
ABOVE 35 KMS
GEARS
5TH -X®4 TH
5TH -X®3RD
4TH -X®3RD
4TH -X®2ND
BASIC DRIVING CONTROLS
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Using the brakes
To ensure stable braking performance, depress
the brake pedal gently two to three times well in
advance.
On a steep or long downhill road, test the brakes
in advance to ensure that you have sure braking
performance.
CAUTION !
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Excessive use of brakes will result in overheated
brake drums and linings, causing brake fading
(which reduces brake effectiveness) and vapor
lock incase the brake fluid vaporizes, thereby
impending normal braking action.
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When road surface is slippery with rain or snow,
avoid abrupt braking, as slipping could occur.
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When a puncture or burst occurs during
operation hold the steering wheel firmly and
apply brakes gradually combined use of engine
brake and service brake to slow down the
vehicle. Sudden braking is dangerous as the
vehicle will pull to one side.
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BASIC DRIVING CONTROLS (Cont’d.)
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Using the clutch
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When shifting gears depress the clutch pedal all
the way.
Do not keep your foot on the clutch pedal when
not operating it. This puts the clutch in a half
engaged position, which not only results in loss
of power but also reduces the life of the clutch.
A change in clutch pedal resistance can be sensed
when the clutch disc reaches the limit of its
service life. If a higher resistance than usual is
sensed while begining to depress the clutch, the
clutch disc is worn to limit and calls for
replacement.
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CAUTION !
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A higher clutch pedal resistance will be felt only
at the begining of depression. The resistance will
return to normal when the pedal is further
depressed.
Avoid engaging the clutch abruptly as this
stresses the parts unduly, shortening clutch life.
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BASIC DRIVING CONTROLS (Cont’d.)
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2.
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2.
Mechanical Brake
Parking brake lever (Mechanical Brake)
When you park your vehicle, pull the parking brake lever
fully.
To release the brake, turn the lever counterclockwise and
gently release it back into its original position.
Parking brake lever (Air Brake)
When you park your vehicle, turn the parking brake lever
fully to ON position.
To release the brake, lift the spring loaded sleeve and
gently release it back to OFF position.
Air Brake
CAUTION !
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When the lever is pulled the parking brake indicator lamp
comes on. Make sure that the lever is released (lamp is off)
before you move the vehicle.
The parking brake lever must be released gently. Harsh and
sudden release can result in failure of the mechanism.
Lighting switch
Turning the lever causes the following lamps to turn "on".
Lever position
Lamp name
Tail lamp
License lamp
Clearance plate
Meter illumination
Head lamps
PASS
4
4
4
4
L
HI LO
R
4
4
4
4
4
OFF
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SWITCHES AND CONTROLS
CAUTION!
Lamps left ON will result in run-down battery, making it
difficult to start the engine. Ensure that lights are turned
OFF when not required.
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Turn signal, dimmer, passing, and lane change switches.
Turn signal switch
Move the lever forward or backward, and the turn signal
lamps will flash. With the lever in the position 2, returning
the steering wheel to its normal position brings the lever
automatically back to its original position. If it does not
return back, say, on a mild curve, return the lever back to
position by hand.
If the lever is kept in position (1) by hand, the turn signal
lamps will stay flashing, Turn signal lamp switch is turned
off when the lever is released. The position (1) can be used
for lane changing which involves a small steering angle.
Dimmer Switch
With the headlamps in ON Position, if the lever, is pushed
down, the headlamps will switch to upper beam. If the lever
is brought to neutral position the headlamps will be in low
beam.
When the lever is taken up, the upper beam (passing) will
light, regardless of the lighting switch, and will go out as
soon as the lever is released.
1-Passing, 2-Upperbeam, 3-Right Turn, 4-Left Turn.
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1
2
EICHER
1
2
4
2
PASS
OFF
1
3
SWITCHES AND CONTROLS (Contd...)
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Wiper & washer switch
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Wiper switch
Turning the lever operates the wipers.
INT (turned one step) :
Wipers operate once in every 4 to 6
seconds.
LO (turned two steps) :
Wipers operate at low speed.
HI (turned three steps) :
Wipers operate at high speed.
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F
OF
ON
OFF
INT
LO
Washer switch
Pushing the center of the lever causes washer fluid to spray over the
windshield.
CAUTION!
l. If the wipers are operated over dry windshield which is contaminated
with dust and dirt, damage to the glass could result. Make sure that the
washer fluid is sprayed before operating the wipers.
2. If the washer is operated continuously for more than 60 seconds or
when there is no washer fluid in the tank, the motor could burn out.
3. If wipers do not operate when the lever is turned, immediately turn off
the switch and identify the cause of trouble. If the switch is left on, it
could cause the motor to burn out.
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SWITCHES AND CONTROLS (Cont’d.)
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Hazard warning switch
Use this switch when the vehicle is parked on the road in case of
emergency.
When the left hand multifunction lever is moved up, all turn signal
lamps will start flashing. Lift the lever and release it to switch off
the lamps.
ON
F
OF
LO
10.50/10.59
4
3
40
2
MAKING FRIENDS WITH THE DASHBOARD
ON
OFF
INT
20
0
1
5
C
60 80
100
120
H
E
F
140
Km/h
Arrangements of meters and indicator lamps
For Hydraulic brake model
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Speedometer
Indicates the vehicle speed.
4
3
40
2
20
0
1
5
60 80
100
120
140
E
F
C
H
Km/h
P
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Odometer (1)
Indicates the total distance driven in kms.
For Air brake model
4
3
2
40
20
0
1
5
60 80
100
120
140
E
F
C
H
Km/h
RESSUR
RP
E
AI
10 Rear Bar Front 10
8
8
6
6
4
4
2
2
0
0
Low
Low
P
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Trip meter (2)
Used to note the distance driven during trips or between fuel
fillups. Pressing the knob (3) resets the zero position.
1
40
20
0
2
3-30
60 80
100
120
140
Km/h
3
MAKING FRIENDS WITH THE DASHBOARD
l Fuel gauge
Indicates the fuel quantity in the fuel tank. The pointer continues indicating the fuel
level even when the starter switch is placed in the OFF position.
E
F
C
H
CAUTION !
1. Develop a habit of refueling as soon as the pointer nears E.
2. Before getting your vehicle started, make sure that the fuel is sufficient for the trip
you are undertaking.
l Water Temperature gauge
Indicates the temperature of engine coolant.
1. It operates when the starter switch is in ON position.
2. The pointer should register below the red zone (850C) during driving.
CAUTION !
When the pointer is in the red zone, it indicates that the engine is overheating.
Immediately pull your vehicle to a safe location and take corrective action. See page 3108 for actions to be taken in case of engine overheating.
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Separate gauges provided for front & rear wheels which indicates the air
pressure.
1. Available in respective circuits. It operates when the starter switch is in
ON position.
2. The pointer should register between 7 & 8 bar for graduations.
CAUTION ! :
Pressure gauges shows full reading when sensor connection on service air tanks are
loose
Air pressure gauge needles may fluctuate if the battery is weak / loose terminals /
disconnected battery cables & faulty alternators.
Low pressure indicator (Red LED) These come ON when the sytem /pressure
drops below 4.5 bar. It operates when starter switch is in ON position.
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MAKING FRIENDS WITH THE DASHBOARD
(Cont’d.)
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Warning lamps
These lamps are provided to warn the driver about any
failure or unusual condition in different systems. If any
warning lamp comes on while driving immediately pull
your vehicle to a safe location & check for probable causes
and take corrective action. Let us go through each and every
lamp individually.
- Brake
Lights when the parking brake lever is pulled. If it
lights when the parking brake lever is released or
during vehicle operation, the brake fluid level is low.
Since fluid leakage is suspected, stop the vehicle
immediately and take corrective action.
- Oil Pressure
Lights when the engine oil pressure falls abnormally or
the oil filter element is clogged. If the lamp lights
during operation, stop the engine & check the engine
oil level immediately. If the oil level is O.K. the oil
filter element is clogged or the oil system is defective.
Replace the element or have the oil system checked.
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Rear
Bar
Front
10
10
8
8
6
6
4
4
2
2
0
0
Low
Low
MAKING FRIENDS WITH THE DASHBOARD
(Cont’d)
- Charge
Lights when a fault occurs in the charging system,
Check for improper V-belt tension or broken belt. When
engine speed is low, the lamp may light. If it goes off as the
engine speed is raised the system is performing well.
Otherwise, get your charging system checked thoroughly.
- Vacuum (except 10.50 & 10.59)
Lights when the vacuum pressure for the brake booster
drops below the safe limit. Since it results in an extremely
poor braking performance, stop the vehicle immediately
and get the vehicle attended by your local authorised
service station.
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Indicator lamps
- Turn
Flashes in unision with the turn signal lamps when the turn
signal switch or hazard warning switch is set to ON.
If it continues to light, the turn Signal lamp bulb is
defective.
- Beam
Lights when the headlamps are on upper beam or when the
passing switch lever is raised.
- Low pressure indicators
Low pressure indicators glows whenever system pressure
goes below safe operating pressure of 4.5 bar.
- Exhaust Brake (except 10.50 & 10.59)
Lights when the exhaust brake is in action.
RESSUR
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10 Rear Bar Front 10
8
8
6
6
4
4
2
2
0
0
Low
Low
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VENTILATION
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Ventilators
Fresh outside air is let in during operation by adjusting the
ventilator grill. The direction of air flow can he changed by
shifting the louvre (1). To shut of the air turn louvre (1) up or
down.
1
4
3
2
1
40
20
0
5
60 80
100
100
120
C
H
C
H
140
Km/h
L
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LO OFF
ENJOYING THE AMENITIES
Ash tray
To remove the ash tray for cleaning, push its front end down
and pull the tray out.
CAUTION !
- Make sure that the cigarette light is put out so as to prevent
risk of fire.
- Close the tray after use. Do not put paper or other readily
inflammable material into the ash tray.
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Room lamp
OFF
The lamp goes off
ON
The lamp lights.
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CAUTION !
Be sure to put off your room lamp when you leave the vehicle.
Off
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ENJOYING THE AMENITIES (Cont’d.)
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Glove Box
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Centre Console
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Parcel Tray
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On
ENJOYING THE AMENITIES (Cont’d.)
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Sun visor
Use the sun visor to prevent sun glare. Remove the inboard
end and turn the visor to your side, and it serves as a side
visor.
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Inside rearview mirror
With the seat position properly adjusted, sit in the right
position and adjust the mirror so as to gain the maximum
rearward visibility.
CAUTION !
From a safety viewpoint, the inside rearview mirror is designed
to drop off its position upon strong impact. Use care not to give
it strong shock.
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Side view mirrors
Adjust the seat, sit in the right position and adjust the side
view mirrors for maximum visibility.
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IN EMERGENCIES
Always be prepared for emergencies. Know where the tools are and
what kind of tools you have. Also check for proper operation of the
jack.
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Location of vehicle-borne tools
Should trouble occur
Engine stalls while the vehicle is in motion
You feel a bump at the underbody
Engine stalls and does not start
Run-down battery
Overheating
Towing
Running out of fuel
Brake failure
Getting stuck in mud
(Pg. No)
3-40
3-40
3-41
3-41
3-42
3-42
3-44
3-45
3-46
3-47
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IN EMERGENCIES
Tools supplied along with the vehicle
1. Tool Bag
7
1
2. Spanner 10 x 12 mm.
3. Spanner 14 x 17 mm
2
4. Spanner 19 x 22 mm.
3
8
9
5. Screwdriver
10
4
6. Adjustable angle wrench
7. Pliers
5
8. Wheel nut wrench
11
9. Wrench handle
6
10. Spare tyre cranking handle .
12
11. Mechanical jack.
12. Warning Triangle
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IN EMERGENCIES (Cont’d.)
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Location of vehicle-borne tools
The vehicle-borne tools are stored behind the driver’s seat,
whereas the jack is bolted with the LH side long member of
the vehicle.
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Should trouble occur
1. Pull your vehicle to the roadside first.
2. Warn other drivers about the failure of your vehicle
by using the hazard warning lamps.
3. Also apply chocks to the wheels so as to take care of any
possibility of parking brake failure.
CAUTION !
If the trouble is so minor that you can fix it yourself take
remedial action while paying attention to the traffic.
If the repair work involves technique beyond your capability,
call the nearest authorised service station for help.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Cont’d.)
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Engine stalls while the vehicle is in motion.
The brake booster may become inoperative due to engine
stalling. Depress the brake pedal hard to bring your vehicle
to a stop at a safe place.
Contact the nearest authorised service station for help.
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You feel a bump at the underbody
Immediately stop your vehicle and check for brake fluid
leaks and damages on body. If the underbody is seriously
damaged, ask the nearest authorised service station for
inspection.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Cont’d)
Engine stalls and does not start
1.If there are people around, ask them to push your vehicle
to a safe place.
2. Contact the nearest authorised service station for help.
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Check for sufficient quantity of diesel in the fuel tank.
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Check the voltage between the FIP solenoid switch
terminals. It should be the same as that of the battery
voltage.
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Note :
Do not crank the engine repeatedly if engine is not starting. It
will damage the Fuel Injection Pump.
This is applicable only in the case of solenoid operated fuel
stop mechanism.
If air is present in the fuel lines, bleed the system as per
service procedure given.
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If you have booster cables, your engine can be started by
using a charged or helper battery in another vehicle.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Cont’d.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Procedure.
Stop the engine of the helper vehicle
Connect the booster cables in the sequence shown. Make
sure that the positive and negative terminals are connected
to the right positions.
Ensure that the booster cables are connected securely and
properly.
Start the helper engine and keep the speed slightly higher
than idle.
After your engine has started, remove the booster cables by
reversing the order of installation.
Have your battery fully charged at the nearest service
station.
CAUTION !
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Make sure that the helper battery is of the same voltage
rating as the discharged or weak battery.
Never connect the positive to negative terminals.
Never disconnect cables from the battery terminals with the
engine running. If disconnected, a failure in electrical
system will result. .
Avoid starting by towing or pushing wherever possible. It
can be dangerous.
Check fan belt for looseness and damage. Adjust or replace
if necessary.
If the battery fluid and fan belt seen intact, have your vehicle
checked at the nearest authorised service station.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Contd...)
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Overheating
If the water temperature gauge pointer nears the red zone,
stop the vehicle as soon as possible and take the following
actions:
l. Pull up your vehicle to a safe location.
2. Keep engine running at idle until the engine cools down.
3. Stop the engine as the pointer nears down to the middle.
4. Allow the engine to cool down for some more time.
Then, remove the radiator cap (1) and add water up to
the trim.
Also pour water into the reservoir tank (2) upto the full
mark. Pour water gradually.
5. Check the fan belt. If the belt is broken or worn out
excessively replace it.
Precaution!
2
l. Run the engine while adding water in radiator if engine
is hot.
2. Ensure radiator cap is fitted back properly.
3. Ensure that the radiator cap is examined by Authorised
Workshop at the earliest after over-heating is noticed. It
must be replaced if required.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Contd...)
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Towing
Towing hooks are provided in front and rear for fastening
tow rope.
CAUTION !
1. When your vehicle is being towed, observe following
precautions
- Keep the gearshift lever in neutral.
- Place the starter switch in ACC or ON position.
- Keep your vehicle speed below 30 km/h.
- Wherever possible keep your engine running while you
are being towed. If your engine is stationary, poor
braking performance will result.
2. If your trip involves a long downhill road, brakes can
overheat resulting in failure. Ask for a towing van.
3. If the trouble is in transmission or differential, get a towing
van to tow your vehicle with the rear wheels off the ground.
4. Never attempt to tow a failed vehicle heavier than the dead
weight of your vehicle or a vehicle which has landed in a
ditch on the roadside. Oblique towing should also be
avoided. It can break the towrope and may also damage the
hooks.
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IN EMERGENCIES (Cont’d.)
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Running out of fuel
When you have run out of fuel, air enters the fuel system and
you cannot start the engine simply by refueling. Bleed the
system as follows:
l. Loosen the priming pump of the dual filter by turning
anticlockwise.
2. Operate the priming pump up & down by hand until the
hand primer becomes hard
3. When the hand primer becomes hard, with the priming
pump held down, turn it clockwise until it is securely
held in position. The air in the fuel injection pump will
get bled automatically when the engine is started.
4. Run the engine & check for fuel leaks.
CAUTION!
Wipe/ clean if any split diesel fuel, as it could start a fire.
Do not remove any other component while bleeding the system.
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Priming pump
IN EMERGENCIES (Contd...)
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Brake failure
Should the brakes fail, shift down to 1st gear in order (5th,
4th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st ) and pull the parking brake lever to bring
the vehicle to a stop.
Do not pull the parking brake lever all the way during high
speed operation, as there is a danger of overturning.
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Getting stuck in mud
If your vehicle is stuck in mud, do not accelerate
excessively, as this will make the hole deeper and thereby
make it harder to get out of it.
Put gravel under the wheels to prevent slipping of tires and
move your vehicle back and forth by alternatively shifting
gears into 1st and reverse.
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DRIVING IT ECONOMICALLY
Drive at moderate speeds and always care for your vehicle,
that’s the knack for economical driving.
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Running - in period
Running in period for the new vehicle is the first 1,000 kms. The
way the vehicle is handled during this period determines its future
life and overall performance. Keep moderate speeds during
breaking operation by observing the following maximum speeds
set for each gear position.
lst
10km/h
2nd
20km/h
3rd
35km/h
4th
50km/h
5th
60km/h
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DRIVING IT ECONOMICALLY (Contd...)
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In addition observe the following points.
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After the first 5000 kms be sure to take your vehicle to an
Authorized Service Shop for inspection.
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Continue warm-up operation until the pointer of the
temperature gauge begins to move.
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Avoid racing the engine
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Avoid abrupt fast starts, sudden acceleration and
brake application except when unavoidable.
-
During the initial running-in period the oils and fluids
are contaminated rapidly. Make sure that the engine oil,
transmission fluid and the differential gear oil are
replaced after first 5000 kms.
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DRIVING IT ECONOMICALLY (Contd...)
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Driving economically
Drive your vehicle properly to extend its life and to save fuel
and oil.
Make sure that the daily pre-operational checks and periodic
inspections are not neglected.
For daily inspection procedure, see page 3-55
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Do not Neglect Warm-up operation.
If the engine is operated before it is hot, a large amount of
fuel will be consumed. Also avoid racing the engine or high
speed operation before the engine is hot. Get your vehicle
started as soon as the water temperature gauge starts
deflecting
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Do not race the engine
Avoid quick starts, sudden acceleration and overloading.
These not only cause consumption of a large amount of fuel,
seizure of turbocharger but also adversely affects the
vehicle.
NOTE:
Keep the engine in start condition for minimum 3 minutes.
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DRIVING IT ECONOMICALLY (Contd...)
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Use the clutch effectively to extend its life.
1. Depress the clutch pedal fully before shifting gears.
If your pedal effort is not sufficient, it could cause
damage to the clutch and transmission gears.
2. Keep your foot off the clutch pedal while the vehicle is
in motion.
3. When starting your vehicle in motion, use the1st
gear. Starting with the gearshift lever in 2nd could
cause clutch slipping and thereby wear the clutch
rapidly.
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When shifting to a higher speed try to make an early
shift without accelerating the engine to the maximum
speed.
- Avoid high speed operation in low speed gear. Use
proper gear suitable for the operating speed.
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After the vehicle has attained the required speed , keep
the accelerator pedal at the same position as far as
possible.
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OPERATING IN COLD AREAS
Operating in Cold Areas
The following precautions should be taken while handling
the vehicle in cold areas.
1. Adding antifreeze to the coolant is essential. Also get your
nearest authorized service shop to measure the specific
gravity of coolant so as to determine whether the percentage
of antifreeze in the coolant is adequate.
2. Check the battery fluid for proper level and specific
gravity*
3. Change the engine oil with the one suitable for ambient
temperature.
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Fuel
While operating in cold areas ensure that your fuel tank is
atleast half-full.
By ensuring this, possibility of fuel freezing is reduced.
* Not Required in case of "Maintenance Free" Battery
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OPERATING IN COLD AREAS (Contd...)
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Engine Oil
Engine oils with different viscosity numbers are used
with different operating conditions. Use this table showing
different viscosity numbers according to outside
temperatures.
-20
-10
9
10
20
30
40
50 OC
SAE 10 W -30
SAE 20 W -30
SAE 30
SAE 40
Inspection before operation (Daily inspection)
Add the following check items to the daily inspection in
cold weather.
1. Remove snow and ice from wheels, inside the fenders, and
underbody with care not to damage parts.
2. When starting the engine, check the accelerator pedal for
smooth operation.
3. Ensure that the wiper blades are not frozen to the wind
shield.
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Special handling precautions
Doors freezing up
Incase door freezing occurs, do not try to open the doors by
force, this could separate and crack rubbers around the
doors. Instead, pour hot water to remove the ice. Be sure to
remove water later and apply silicone oil to prevent freeze
up.
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OPERATING IN COLD AREAS (Contd...)
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Parking
If the atmospheric temperature is too low do not apply
parking brake. If left applied, the brake system may freeze
up. Instead, place the gearshift lever in lst or reverse position
& apply chocks to the wheels.
Braking performance
With the vehicle in motion, check for braking performance
by depressing the brake pedal for tests when you are clear of
other traffic. If the braking performance is poor, keep low
speeds and depress the pedal several times until good
braking action is regained.
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DAILY INSPECTION
For comfortable and safe driving your vehicle must be kept
in top operating condition at all times.
To ensure this, carry out the daily inspection recommended
here.
These are just a series of simple inspections performed,
while sitting behind the steering wheel and while walking
around the vehicle before a day’s operations.
If anything wrong is noticed during this inspection, call
your nearest authorized service station.
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Behind the wheel
- Steering wheel play
- Parking brake lever stroke
- Brake fluid level
- Brake pedal operation
- Engine operating state
- Operation of gauges and warning/indicator lamps
- Rearview mirror
- Function check of switches
- Wiper operation
- Door lock
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Looking into the engine compartment
- Coolant level
- Engine oil level
- V-belt tension
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Color of exhaust gases
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Around the vehicle
- Checking lamps
- Tyre inflation pressure
- Depth of tyre treads, foreign objects, cracks
- Broken chassis spring
- Removing condensate from water separator
- Licence plate and reflector stains & damage
- Rear body cargo loading state
- Water and oil leaks
1.75
liter oil
Full
A
3-56
B
DAILY INSPECTION
While driving at crawling speed
- Steering wheel
- Brakes
CAUTION!
When checking the engine compartment.
- Make sure that the engine is stationary.
- Use care to prevent injury by sharp body edges.
- Ensure that the engine is cool before touching, by hand.
- Make sure that no waste cloth or tools are left behind
in the engine compartment when you have completed
the inspection procedure.
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Check the troubles and failures noted on the preceding day
or during your previous trip. Rectify the defects.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Behind the wheel
Steering wheel play
Place the steering wheel with front wheels in straight ahead
position on the wheel rim and lightly turn the wheel to check
for free play. The steering wheel rim should move less than
50 mm before the front wheels begin to move.
Move the wheel up and down, fore and aft, and to the right
and left to check for looseness.
If the wheel is excessively loose, adjustment or repair is
required.
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Parking brake lever stroke (Mechanical Brake)
The stroke must be 80 to 120 mm when pulled with a force
of 30 kg. If the stroke is out of the specification, get it
adjusted at an authorised service station.
Also check to ensure that when the lever is pulled and held,
the lever is securely locked in position.
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Parking brake lever operation (Air Brake)
Apply the parking brake & ensure smooth & complete
operation of the spring brake actuator push rod.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Brake fluid level
The brake fluid level in the brake reservoir tank should be
between MAX and MIN lines. If the level is below MIN,
raise the cover and remove the cap from the tank, and add
brake fluid up to the MAX line.
Make sure that the MAX line is not exceeded.
CAUTION !
Max
-
Min
-
-
-
Use care not to spill the brake fluid while replenishing.
The fluid, if spilt on body and resin parts, must be wiped off
immediately so as to avoid any chances of discoloration and
crack formation
Do not use a mixture of different brands of brake fluid
because mixing changes the properties of the fluid. Make
sure that brake fluid under no circumstances is mixed with
mineral oils such as engine oil.
Make sure that the oil tank is protected from contamination.
If there are foreign objects deposited in the tank, the tank
requires inspection and cleaning.
If the brake fluid level is excessively low, leakage is
suspected. Get the vehicle inspected and repaired by an
authorised service centre.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Brake pedal operation
Push the brake pedal by finger to ensure that there is a play
of 10 to 15 mm. After starting the engine depress the pedal
with a force of about 50 kg and check for clearance between
the pedal and floor-board. This clearance should be 45 mm
or more. If the clearance is smaller than that, or pedal action
is spongy, chances are that the brake fluid leaks or there is
air in the system. This may result in poor braking
performance or vehicle pulling to one side. The system
requires inspection and repair.
CAUTION !
After full application of brake pedal the angle between the
pushrod and the slack adjuster should not be less than 90 If it is
less than 90 then take the vehicle to the nearest authorised
service centre for necessary brake adjustment
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Engine operating state
Check engine start up and check for abnormal noise.
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10-15mm
45
mm
DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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10.50/10.59
Operation of gauges and warning/indicator lamps
Does the fuel gauge register the level enough for the trip
being undertaken?
4
3
40
2
Does the water temperature gauge give a rising indication as
the engine warms up?
Check the warning and indicator lamp by the following
procedure:
1. Check if the warning lamp comes on when the vacuum
in the brake system is disturbed by depressing the brake
pedal several times.
2. With the starter switch in ON position and the engine
stationary check if warning lamps are lit.
Start the engine and these lamps should go OFF
3. Other indicator lamps are operational if they come on
when the respective switches and levers are operated.
After inspection, set all switches and levers to OFF
20
0
1
C
H
E
F
140
Km/h
For Hydraulic brake model
4
3
40
2
20
0
1
5
60 80
100
120
140
E
F
C
H
Km/h
P
For Air brake model
4
3
40
2
20
0
1
5
60 80
100
120
140
Km/h
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5
60 80
100
120
C
H
C
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8
8
6
6
4
4
2
2
0
0
Low
Low
P
Rearview mirror
Take the correct position on the driver’s seat and adjust the
mirror to obtain the best visibility. Wipe off dirt from the
mirror surface.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
INT
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Functional check of switches
Operate each switch and ensure it operates normally.
F
OF
LO
ON
OFF
INT
LO
PASS
L
HI LO
R
HI
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Wiper Operation
- Push in the knob to check if the window washer
fluid is sprayed in the correct direction.
- Turn the lever to check wiper operation.
Be sure to spray washer fluid before operating the wiper.
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Door lock
Push the inner lock knob and operate the inner handle to
make sure that the door does not open.
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Horn
Press the horn button to make sure that the horn sounds.
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OFF
DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Looking into the engine compartment
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Coolant level
The coolant level is OK if it exceeds the LOW level mark. If
coolant level is lower than that, remove the cap (2) from
the reservoir tank and add coolant up to the FULL level.
2
1
CAUTION !
Do not remove the radiator cap (1) except when replacing
the coolant.
Do not use hard water from well and river, as it causes scale
and adds dust.
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Engine oil level
Withdraw the oil level gauge (dipstick) and wipe away the
oil from the tip of the gauge and reinsert it all the way.
Slowly withdraw the level gauge once again and check the
position of oil on the gauge. The oil level on the gauge
should be within the range shown in the illustration.
CAUTION !
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Check the oil level before starting the engine with the
vehicle on a level surface.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
-
-
When the oil level is to be checked after operation, allow
more than 30 minutes after shut down.
Clean the filler port and its vicinity to prevent entry of dust
when oil is added.
When the oil level is to be checked after addition of oil,
allow more than six minutes. If the level is checked
immediately after addition of oil, a wrong reading will be
reflected.
Wipe away all oil spilt at the time of addition.
Select the proper type of oil considering the ambient
temperature. This should be on the basis of the tables shown
on page no 3-53.
1.75
Full
A
CAUTION !
Do not mix different grade oil while topping up.
10-15 mm
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V-belt tension and damage
Check for the deflection of the V-belt when it is pressed at its
center with a force of about 10 Kg. The V-belt should deflect
by about 10 to 15 mm.
If the deflection does not lie within the specified range it
calls for adjustment. Insufficient tension will result in
undercharging or overheating whereas, excessive tension
could cause damage to alternator or V-belt itself.
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liter oil
B
DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Adjustment of V-belt tension by alternator
Slightly back off the mounting bolts at the top and bottom of
the alternator (indicated by arrows) and move the alternator
to adjust tension. Tighten the bolts after adjustment.
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Adjustment of V-belt tension by compressor
Tighten or loosen the adjusting bolt of the compressor to
tighten or loosen the v-belt respectively as required.
CAUTION !
To ensure safety, disconnect the negative cable from the
battery before adjustment.
Colour of exhaust gases.
Check for colour of exhaust gases after the engine has been
warmed up.
The colour of exhaust indicates the condition of the engine.
Colour of exhaust:
Colour less or faint blue
Black
Engine condition
Good
Wrong, indicating
incomplete combustion
White
Wrong, indicating
combustion of engine
oil with fuel.
CAUTION !
When the atmospheric temperature is low, the exhaust gases
will appear white because of the low temperature. Use care
not to confuse it with white exhaust gas.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
Around the vehicle
- Checking lamps
Operate each switch to make sure that the corresponding
lamp comes on or flashes :
Headlamps
Parking lamps
Turn signal lamp
Clearance lamps
Tail lamps
Licence plate lamps
Meter illumination
Hazard Warning lamps
Room lamp
Note :
When the turn signal lamps flash, the indicator lamp in the
meter also flashes.
Depress the brake pedal to check that the stop lamps come
on. Place the gearshift lever in “R” position to ensure that
the backup lamps come on.
Check lens of each lamp for contamination, damage and
water entry
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Tyre inflation pressure
Check the inflation pressure when the tyres are
cold before a trip.
Model
10.50
10.59
10.60 G
10.70
10.75
10.80
10.90
10.95
11.10
Front
PSI (Kgf/cm2)
60
60
60
75
60
105
110
70
85
Rear
PSI (Kgf/cm2)
105
95
60
75
100
105
110
85
100
CAUTION !
On rear tyres, make sure that there is no
difference in inflation pressure between the
inside and outside tyre. This will result in faster
wear on the tyre with higher inflation pressure.
Do not use both the radial and bias-ply tyres on a
vehicle.
Make sure that the air valves are capped.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
Depth of tyre treads, foreign objects, cracks
Check to ensure that the tyre treads have a depth of more than
1.6 mm.
Check also for stones, nails and other foreign objects
embedded in the tyres and also check for cracks and
abnormal wear.
* Worn tyres could cause slipping and burst.
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Broken chassis spring
Check leaf springs for breakage. Check also the vehicle
position for unusual tilt.
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Removing condensate from water separator
For the proper functioning of the fuel injection Pump and to
get longlasting performance from the same, the Fuel should
be free from water content. Please check the water separator
daily for water content and drain if required when the water
level ring reaches the mark.
CAUTION !
Do not disconnect the water separator from the fuel system
Drain water from water separator daily
- Ref Daily inspection for draining procedure
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Spare tyre installed state
Check the spare tyre carrier for damage and check that the
spare tyre is fixed securely.
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DAILY INSPECTION (Contd...)
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Licence plate and reflector stains and damage
Check for stains and damage and check installed state.
Rear Body cargo loading state
Check that cargo is loaded uniformly and check that cargo is
secured by canvas or rope when necessary.
Water and oil leaks
Check the underbody for possible leaks of water and oil.
While driving at crawling speed
Drive the vehicle at 20 km/h or lower speeds on a safe road
to check for the following
- Steering wheel
Check if you feel steering shock or loose directional
control.
Check also for hard steering.
- Brakes
Make sure that you have good braking performance.
Ensure also that the vehicle does not pull to one side
during braking.
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SIMPLE SERVICING
The following pages cover simple maintenance and
servicing procedures that you can perform yourself.
After the service job, make sure that waste cloth or tools are
not left behind on or around the engine. Inflammable objects
left in the engine compartment could start a fire.
Observe following precautions when performing the service
job.
- Select a safe location for the job.
- Remember, safety must come first.
- Use the right tools.
- Make sure that the engine is stationary.
- Take necessary measure to prevent the vehicle from moving
during the work. Use parking brake lever and chocks for
wheels.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Pg. No.
1. When a tyre blows out
a) Spare tyre
3-72
b) Jack-up points
3-73
c) Replacing tyres
3-74
d) Tyre rotation
3-78
2. Inspecting and topping up the battery
3-79
3. Cleaning battery terminals
3-80
4. Cleaning and replacing air cleaner element
3-80
5. Replacing oil filter element
3-82
6. Replacing fuel filter element
3-83
7. Checking & replacing transmission gear oil
3-86
8. Checking & replacing rear axle gear oil
3-87
9. Replacing engine oil
3-88
10. Replacing coolant
3-90
11. Replacing lamp bulbs
3-93
12. Blown fuse
3-95
13. Caring for your vehicle
3-98
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
When a tyre blows out
1. Spare tyre
Remove the spare tyre upper bolt & bracket from spare tyre
carrier bracket.
Insert the spare tyre cranking handle into the hole in the
spare tyre carrier and turn handle counterclockwise, and the
spare tyre comes down.
To install, place the tyre with the convex side of disc wheel
upward, mount the hanger (1) in the disc wheel hole, and
turn the cranking handle clockwise to wind up the chain.
After the tyre has been brought up a little make sure that the
hanger fit into the disc wheel hole and the chain is not
twisted.
After the tyre has been fully raised, tighten by hand to about
30 kgf & remove the cranking handle taking care not to turn
the handle in the reverse direction. Check to ensure that the
tyre is secured in position firmly.
Fix the upper spare tyre bracket & bolt along with spare tyre
carrier.
If spare tyre (LUG) has to be used in front, it should be
replaced by the repaired rib tyre at the front at the earliest
occasion to avoid relatively inferior steering performance.
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CAUTION !
If you cannot mount the removed tyre in position (spare tyre
hanger), load it on the cargo deck or in cabin and ask your
nearest authorised service centre for inspection and
correction
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Jack-up Points
The jack-up points are as follows:
Front wheels-Under leaf springs
Rear wheels-Under rear axle housing
To raise
If the jack-up point is too high, extend the jack by turning
the jack head counter-clockwise. Having located the jack
head use the wrench handle provided for turning the jack nut
by fixing the handle on the holes provided on the periphery
of the jack nut.
To lower
Turn the jack nut in opposite direction with the help of
wrench handle.
CAUTION !
Use only the jack provided for the vehicle
Use the jack only when replacing tyres.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Use the jack on a flat, solid ground, Avoid extending more than
necessary.
Strictly observe the specified jack-up point. The vehicle must
not be raised with the jack installed at any other position.
Apply chocks to the wheels
If the jack gets out of position, it could be extremely dangerous.
When you are using the jack, never get under the vehicle or
shake the vehicle when it is jacked up.
If the vehicle needs to be raised on the jack for long, use wooden
blocks or square bars to support the vehicle.
l Replacing tyres
Preparation
l. Pull up your vehicle to road side to prevent hindrance to
other traffic on road and use a red flag or hazard warning
lamp to warn drivers of other vehicles behind you.
2. Pull the parking brake lever all the way.
3. Take out the tools, jack and spare tyre.
4. Apply chocks before and behind the tyre diagonally
opposite to the one to be replaced.
( e.g.: Chock the left front wheel to replace the right rear tyre)
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Jacking up
1 . Set the jack at the jack-up point. See “Jack-up points”.
2. Slightly back off wheel nuts with the wheel nut wrench. Do
not remove them completely.
3. Raise the vehicle on the jack until the tyre is just off ground.
Ensure that the vehicle “is securely” held on the jack.
CAUTION !
Double Nut Type
1. Ensure that the wrench handle is fully inserted into the
wheel nut wrench and that the wheel nut wrench is installed
on to the nut all the way so that it does not slip while
working .
1
Double Nut Type
2. Note that the wheel nuts (2) (with marking R) on the right
hand tyres have right-hand threads & wheel nuts ( 1 ) (with
marking L) on the left tyres have left-hand threads. To
loosen the nuts, turn counterclockwise for the right-hand
side and clockwise for the left-hand side.
2
Single Nut Type
Single Nut Type
3. Loosen the nut anticlockwise direction to remove the wheel
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Removing the tyre
1. With the wheel nuts removed, remove the tyre.
2. On a double-tyre vehicle, first remove the outside tyre, then
temporarily lower the vehicle. Using the opposite en (square
hole) of the wheel nut wrench, loosen the inner wheel nuts to
remove the inner in the same way.
l Installing the tyre (Double Nut Type)
1. Dual tyres should be installed as follows:
After the inside tyre ( 1 ) has been completely mounted with the
inner wheel nuts (3) jack up the vehicle again and install the
outside tyre ( 2 ).
2. Even when only the outside tyre ( 2 ) is to be replaced, make sure
that the inner wheel nuts ( 3 ) are tightened to specified torque
before installation of outside tyre (2).
When the outside tyre ( 2 ) is installed make sure that the air plug
is at a different position from that of the inside tyre.
3. Clean the tyre mounting surface of the brake drum and the
inside of disc wheel before installation of a tyre.
* Take care not to damage the threaded portions of wheel nuts.
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Installing the tyre (Single Nut Type)
1. Dual tyres should be installed as follows:
After the inside tyre ( 1 ) has been completely mounted inner
install the outside tyre ( 2 ).
2. When the outside tyre ( 2 ) is installed make sure that the air plug is
at a different position from that of the inside tyre.
3. Clean the tyre mounting surface of the brake drum and the inside
of disc wheel before installation of a tyre.
* Take care not to damage the threaded portions of wheel nuts.
4. Tighten the wheel nuts in clockwise direction in the specified
sequence as below.
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Double Nut Type
2
1
3
3
Single Nut Type
1
2
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
4 Partially tighten the wheel nuts with the taper portion
facing the disc wheel. At the same time, align each bolt
with the bolt hole in the disc wheel so as to prevent
eccentricity.
5. Lower the jack
6. Tighten the wheel nuts in two to three stages in the
sequence shown. In the final step, tighten the wheel nuts
to the specified torque. (45~55Kgm)
3
1
2
CAUTION!
5
4
-
Make sure the wheel nut wrench is inserted all the way
into the wheel nuts. If the wrench does not fit deep
enough it could result in accident due to slippage.
- As an additional precaution when you apply your body
weight to tighten the wheel nuts, hold on to the vehicle
body for support and take care that you do not fall down.
7. Store the tools and removed tyre and remove the chocks.
8. After a short trip, check for loose wheel nuts. Also
adjust tyre inflation pressure as early as possible.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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(Double Nut Type) (Single Nut Type)
Retightening wheel nuts (Double Nut Type)
Retighten the wheel nuts at regular intervals to the specified
torque.
See page 3-77 for proper tightening procedure. Wheel nuts on
dual tyre should be tightened in the following sequence.
l. Loosen the outer wheel nuts (1).
2. Tighten the inner wheel nuts (2) to the specified torque.*
3. Tighten the outer wheel nuts (1) to the specified torque.*
* Specified torque = 45~55 Kgm
l Retightening wheel nuts (Single Nut Type)
Retighten the wheel nuts at regular intervals to the specified
torque.
See page 3-77 for proper tightening procedure.
* Specified torque = 35~45 Kgfm
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R
R
R
Wheel Nut
R
10.70, 10.75
Tyre Rotation
Due to use of rib tyres in the front and higher PR lug tyres in
the rear and spare wheel, tyre rotation pattern is
recommended as shown on the right.
10.50, 10.59
10.80, 10.90, 10.95, 11.10
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Inspecting and topping up the battery.
The battery fluid level should be between the UPPER (1)
and LOWER (2) levels or 10 to 15 mm above the plates. If
the level is low, remove the caps and add distilled water upto
the UPPER level or 15 mm above the plates. There are six
caps installed on a battery.
CAUTION !
1. The battery generates hydrogen gas, therefore, any fire
or sparks in the vicinity of the battery should be avoided.
2. When a metal tool is used near the battery, disconnect
the cable from the (-ve) terminal before hand for the
sake of safety.
3. In case of skin contact with the battery fluid, wash the
fluid away, immediately. If the fluid gets in the eyes,
thoroughly wash away with a large amount of clean
water and get medical attention immediately.
4. After addition of distilled water, operate the vehicle to
charge the battery, as there is danger of freezing when
the atmospheric temperature low.
5. If there is a loose terminal, tighten it firmly. If there is
white powder on the terminals, wash away with hot
water and then apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly.
6. When the battery needs charging, disconnect the battery
cable from the (+ ve) terminal, remove all the caps, and
charge the battery in a well-ventilated place.
Note : Keep the ignition switch "off" while removing Battery
terminal
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Cleaning battery terminals
Clean battery terminals if corroded, if white powder builds
up at the terminals, use hot water to wash it off. If the
corrosion is very heavy, use wire brush and sand paper for
cleaning.
Apply petroleum jelly to the terminals after cleaning.
* Be sure to close all filler ports while cleaning so as to
prevent entry of foreign matter into the cells.
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Cleaning of air cleaner element
Cleaning intervals
5,000 Kms.
Note : ECU must be connected or disconnected to the wiring
harness only when ignition switch is in "off" condition.
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2
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Procedure for cleaning of wet type air cleaner:
1. Loosen the three wing nuts ( 1 ) and remove the oil pan ( 2 ).
2. Remove the wing nut (4) holding the element (3) and withdraw the element
(3).
3. Soak the element in diesel and clean dust, oil etc.. After cleaning blow air
against the steel wool to remove dust as well as oil.
The oil should be replaced and the inside of the oil pan cleaned when the
element is cleaned.
4. After the oil pan has been cleaned, supply engine oil up to the level mark.
5. Install by reversing the order of removal.
1
3
CAUTION !
The element may be washed and reused as many times as you want but a
damaged or clogged element should be immediately replaced.
Procedure for cleaning of dry type air cleaner:
1. Loosen the wing nut (1) and remove the cover (2).
2. Remove the element (3) by removing the nut )4)
3. Remove the nut (5) holding the safety cartridge (6)
4. Remove the safety cartridge (6)
5. Remove the cyclone (7)
6. Clean both air cleaner element (3) & safety cartridge (6) y blowing te air
inside out
7. By squeezing and manipulating action remove dust deposit evacuator cap
(8).
8. After cleaning the air cleaner assemble all the parts by reversing the order
removal
CAUTION !
Both the element & safety cartridge should be cleaned when red band on
restriction indicator appears. Air cleaner element (primary) should be
replaced after two cleaning intervals of primary cartridge & Air cleaner
safety cartridge (secondary) should be replaced after two years or at the
time of 3rd replacement of primary cartridge whichever is earlier.
4
2
3
4
2
1
8
7
6
5
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Replacing oil filter element
Main oil Filter : First replacement at 5,000 then every
20,000 kms.
! Bypass oil Filter : First replacement at 5,000 then every
20,000 kms.
If the oil pressure warning lamp goes on, the oil filter element
may be clogged.
!
Oil pump
CAUTION !
The element cannot be cleaned and reused. Always replace the
element with new one if it has become clogged.
Filter head
Replacement procedure:
O-ring
1. Place a suitable container under the drain plug and remove
the plug to drain engine oil from inside the filter. After
draining tighten the drain plug.
2. Loosen the Centre bolt and remove the filter case containing
the element
3. Wash all the parts, except the element and reassemble the
filter.
- Replace O-rings and element with new ones. Coat Orings with engine oil before installation. Make sure they
arc not twisted.
- First insert the centre bolt on the filter case then put the
spring and element on the centre bolt.
Make sure that the spring is installed with its seat
towards the element.
- Install the O-ring on the filter case and secure the centre
bolt to the filter head.
Tightening torque: 3.0 to 3.5 kg fm.
Element
Spring
Filter case
Drain plug
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Centre bolt
Byepass
Filter
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
4. Replenish the engine oil.
If only the oil filter has been replaced, add oil
( approx. 1.5 ... liters.).
5. Wipe any spilt oil.
6. Run the engine at idle to check for oil leaks. As a final check,
check level.
7. Using filter wrench (special tool) loosen the bypass filter.
Replace the bypass filter with a new one.
Replacing fuel filter element
Stage I - Every 10,000 kms.
Stage II - Every 20,000 kms.
Centre bolt
Filter head
O-ring
CAUTION !
The element cannot be cleaned and reused. Be sure to replace it
with a new one.
Replacement procedure:
Element
Filter case
1. Connect vinyl pipe to the drain cock and put a suitable
container under it.
2. Loosen the air plug and then loosen the drain cock to drain
fuel in the fuel filter. Tighten the drain cock.
3. Loosen the center bolt and remove the element together
with filter case.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
4. Other than the element, wash parts in petrol and reassemble
them as they were before.
-
Replace the O-ring and gasket of the element with new
ones.
When fitting the O-ring make sure it is not twisted.
-
Insert the centre bolt into the filter case and fit the spring
washer and element onto the centre bolt in the order
shown.
5. Operate the fuel feed pump to feed fuel. Bleed air from the
fuel system using the procedure outlined on page 3-46.
6. Wipe out any spilt fuel.
7. Start the engine and check for fuel leaks.
CAUTION !
Wipe clean any spilt diesel fuel, as it could start a fire.
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Gasket
Drain cock
MAINTENANCE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
TURBOCHARGER
Turbochargers and boost pressure control valves do not
require any maintenance.
Engine oil has to be changed regularly as recommended.
Regular replacement of oil filters & air filter has to be carried
out as per recommendation.
Checks have to be made on the oil, air and exhaust piping, as
well as, on all other connections and seals, to ensure that they
are tight and no damage is seen.
When carrying out maintenance work on the engine (e.g.
adjusting engine valves), openings in pipe and turbocharger
should be closed.
When fitting the turbocharger to the engine, fill the central
housing with clean oil and ensure that all piping to the
turbocharger is cleaned thoroughly before fitment.
DON'TS
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DO'S AND DON'TS FOR SATISFACTORY
FUNCTIONING OF TURBOCHARGER
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DO'S
l Regular change of engine oil/oil filters as per
recommendation.
l Regular change/cleaning of air filter element as per
recommendation.
l Check for oil pressure at engine idling condition. Minimum
oil pressure to be as per recommendation.
l Idle the engine for 3 minutes after starting the engine.
l Idle the engine for 3 minutes before switching off the engine.
l Regularly check all air, oil and exhaust connections for leaks
and abnormal dust / oil / carbon build up.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Checking and replacing transmission gear oil
Checking interval
15,000 kms.
Replacing interval
After initial 5000 kms.
Thereafter, every 30,000 kms.
Inspection and Replenishment
Remove Inspection plug and check to see that oil is full to
the brim. If it is not so, top up gear oil up to the mouth of the
Inspection plug hole and check for leakages.
Replacement
- While the oil is still hot after driving, remove drain plug
and drain the gear oil.
- The drain plug has a magnet. Fit the plug securely after
removing iron particles.
- Pour gear oil until it overflows from the Inspection plug
hole.
CAUTION
Do not check or replace transmission gear oil immediately
after driving.
Park the vehicle on a level ground while checking oil level.
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Don't run the engine with low oil pressure. switch
off the engine when the oil pressure-warning
lamp starts glowing. Contact nearest Eicher
Authorised Service Center.
Don't put the engine under full acceleration
immediately after starting.
Don't switch off the engine under full
acceleration.
Don't run with damaged / faulty connections from
the air cleaner to the turbocharger / turbocharger
to the inlet manifold.
Don't run with damaged / faulty connections to
the turbocharger turbine inlet and from turbine
outlet.
Don't lift the turbocharger by holding the waste
gate actuator control rod.
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Checking and replacing Rear axle gear oil
Checking intervals
15,000 kms.
Replacing intervals
After initial 5000 kms.
Thereafter, every 30,000 kms.
Inspection and Replenishment
Remove Inspection plug and check to see that oil is full to
the brim. If it is not so, top up differential oil until it
overflows from the Inspection plug hole.
Replacement
- While the oil is still hot after driving, remove drain plug
and drain the differential oil.
- After fitting the drain plug securely, remove the
inspection plug and pour differential oil until it
overflows from the plug hole.
CAUTION !
Do not check or replace differential oil immediately after
driving.
Park the vehicle on a level ground while checking oil level.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Replacing engine oil
Every 20,000 kms with Eicher Genuine Engine oil. Every
10000 kms with other recommended engine oils.
Please refer Page No 2-10 for recomended grades of oils.
Total capacity: 11 liters (This also includes oil in the oil
filter ).
To prolong the life of your vehicle, make sure that an oil of
proper viscosity suitable to the ambient temperature is added.
For details refer (Pg 3-53).
The procedure for oil change is as follows:
l. Park the vehicle on a level ground.
2. Place an oil receiver or can under the oil pan.
3. With the engine warmed up stop the engine and remove the
drain plug from the oil pan to discharge the oil.
4. Securely mount the drain plug and pour in engine oil
through the oil filler of the rocker cover on the top of the
engine.
5. Run the engine gently for a few minutes and check for oil
leaks. In about 30 minutes after the engine has been
stopped, check the oil level with oil level gauge.
If the oil level is checked immediately ofter shutdown of the
engine, the level will show a lower oil level.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
CAUTION !
-
When the temperature of the engine is high take care to
prevent burns.
Make sure that all spilt oil is thoroughly cleaned.
High speed and high load operations deteriorate engine oil
faster. In such application, oil needs to be changed earlier
than
specified.
l Replacing coolant
Replacement intervals
Coolant
Every 75,000 kms. or one year
Soft water mixed with
antifreeze/ antitrust.
Coolant Capacity 14 litres
(including 1 litre in reservoir tank).
Recommended coolant: Golden cruiser 1200
( 15 % by volume ).
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
CAUTION !
-
Clean the cooling system and replace the coolant at the
specified intervals.
l Procedure for replacing coolant
1. After the radiator cap has been removed, loosen the drain
plugs at the bottom of radiator and at the engine to
discharge the coolant.
2. With drain plugs refitted, pour in soft water (preferably hot
water) from the radiator filler port.Start the engine and let it
run at high idle until the coolant temperature becomes 85° C
or higher. Keep running the engine for another ten minutes,
and then discharge the water. Repeat this procedure until
the drained water runs completely clean.
3. Pour the required amount of antifreeze/antirust into the
radiator and add soft water to the brim of the radiator cap.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
4. With the radiator cap removed, run the engine for a while to
bleed air from the cooling system.
5. Stop the engine and check for the coolant level. If the level is
low, add coolant to the brim of the radiator cap.
6. Reinstall the radiator cap in position.
7. Pour the required amount of antifreeze into the reservoir
tank and add soft water to the FULL mark and replace the
cap in position.
CAUTION !
If the radiator gets clogged or coolant is seriously
contaminated, get your vehicle inspected.
CHECKING AND REPLACING POWER
STEERING OIL.
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Inspection and replenishment
(Applicable for vehicles fitted with power steering)
With the front wheels placed in straight ahead position, stop
the engine. Remove the oil filler cap along with the oil level
gauge from the reservoir. Wipe clean the oil level gauge.
Reinsert the oil level gauge all the way inside the reservoir
and tighten the cap. Remove the cap, slowly withdraw the
oil level gauge once again. Check the oil level mark on the
gauge.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
The oil level should be between MAX. and MIN. level marks
as, indicated on the oil level gauge. If the level is low, add
Automatic Transmission Fluid (DEXRON II D/F) up to the
MAX. level mark.
Check the oil level with the vehicle on flat, level ground.
CAUTION !
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Oil level should not go below the MIN. level mark. If the
oil level is low, hard steering or unusual noise will result.
For oil change, take your vehicle to the nearest Authorised
Service Centre.
Replacement
Ask your nearest Authorised Service Representative to
replace power steering oil.
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Max
Min
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Replacing lamp bulbs
Make sure that the lamp bulbs are replaced with those of the specified voltage
and wattage.
Before replacement, ensure that the starter switch is in “LOCK” and all other
switches are in “OFF” positions.
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Lamp bulb details
Lamp name
1.
Head lamps
Bulb wattage
Model
10.50, 10.59 10.70, 10.75, 10.80, 10.90, 10.95
Inner type
45/40W
55/60W
Outer Type
2.
Front and side turn signal lamps
3.
Clearance lamps
4.
Rear turn signal,
stop tail & backup
lamps
21W
5W
Rear turn signal
lamps
Stop & tail lamps
21W
21/5W
Back up lamps
21W
5.
Number Plate Lamp
10W
6.
Room lamp
8W
4
5
SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Headlamps
1. Remove the decoration plate.
2. With the attaching screws loosened remove the lamp
unit.
3. Remove the rubber cover, bulb retaining ring and bulb.
Replace the bulb.
4. Reinstall lamp unit ‘TOP’ mark facing upwards.
CAUTION !
If you replace headlamps yourself, take your vehicle to the
nearest authorised service centre for focus setting.
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2
55/60W
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1
3
Room lamp
lnsert a screwdriver into the groove on top of the lens and
pry it to detach the lens. To remove the bulb, turn it
counterclockwise while pushing it in. To reinstall, turn the
bulb clockwise.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Other Lamps
For replacement of bulbs of warning lamps, indicator lamps
and other lamps, replace the bulb after removing the lens.
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Blown fuse
If a lamp does not come on or an electrical device is
inoperative, the fuse has probably blown. Know the
location of the fuse box and the names of circuits protected
by each fuse so that you can fix a blown fuse yourself, page
No 3-96.
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Replacing a blown fuse
The fuse box is located at the left-most end of the instrument
panel.
Opening the glove box will help make the removal of the
fuse box cover easier.
To replace the fuse, proceed as follows:
1. Place the starter switch in LOCK position.
2. Remove the blown fuse.
3. The fuse shown in the illustration is blown. Replace it
with a spare fuse.
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Fuse details
No. Capacity
Devices protected
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l0A
Left headlamp
2.
15A
Horn, stop lamp
3.
l0A
Right headlamp
4.
I 5A
Tail lamp, license lamp, clearance lamp
5.
15A
Room lamp
6.
15A
Turn signal lamp, backup lamp
7.
l0A
Wiper, windshield washer,
exhaust brake
CAUTION !
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Make sure that a blown fuse is replaced with a good one of
the same capacity.
When the cause of blown fuse cannot be identified or when
the fuse blows frequently, get your vehicle inspected at the
nearest authorised service center.
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10
15
15
10
10
10
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
Replacing fusible link
For additional protection the vehicle has a fusible link in the
power circuit that functions also as a fuse. A blown fusible link
can be easily identified; its insulation cover is bubbled or burnt
because of the heat. If the cover stretches when pulled between
fingers, it means that the link is blown.
If the fusible link is blown, isolate and repair the cause before
attempting replacement.
CAUTION !
-
Before replacing a blown fusible link, make sure that the
negative battery cable is disconnected from the battery so as
to ensure safety.
Use genuine fusible links for replacement.
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
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Caring for your vehicle
Be sure to wash your vehicle when :
- Your vehicle has traveled a coastal area.
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You have driven on road which are muddy
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SIMPLE SERVICING (Contd...)
-
Coal tar, soot, sap, and bird droppings are deposited on your
vehicle.
-
Your vehicle is fouled with dust and mud.
l. Wash the underbody and the inside of the fender by
increasing the pressure of water.
2. Completely shut all portions and clean deposits with a
sponge.
3. Use car shampoo if the body is seriously dirty.
4. After deposits and dust have been thoroughly washed away,
wipe with soft cloth etc., in such a way so that no spots are
left behind.
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(Contd...)
CAUTION !
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Take care not to splash water over the electrical parts in the
engine compartment.
When washing the underbody, be careful not to get hurt by
sharp edges of metal parts.
In cold areas, carefully wipe off moisture from doors and
key slots after the vehicle has been washed. Key slots and
rubbers can freeze up if there is water left on them.
Do not wash plastic and resin parts in thinner or gasoline as
discoloration or cracks will result.
Waxing
Wax the vehicle once a month or when the coating does not
repel water well. Do the waxing in shade after the vehicle
body temperature has fallen below your body temperature.
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GREASING POINTS
Drag link front end
Drag link rear end
Propeller shaft
(Universal Joint)
Rear spring
front end
Rear spring
rear end
Steering shaft
Door hinges
King pin bearing portion
(right & left)
Tie rod
(Both end)
Propeller shaft
(Slip joints)
Slack adjuster
(Front & Rear)
‘S’ Camshaft
(Front & Rear)
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
Wheel base
Pay Load
(FSD)
Pay Load
(HSD)
DIMENTIONS AND WEIGHTS
Overall length (FSD)
Overall width (FSD)
Overall Height (FSD)
Overall length (HSD)
Overall width (HSD)
Overall Height (HSD)
Wheel base
Track - Hydraullic brake Front
Track - Hydraullic brake Rear
Track - Air Brakes
Front
Track - Air Brakes
Rear
Ground Clearance
Cargo Deck (FSD) :Inside length
:Inside Width
:Inside Height
Cargo Deck (HSD) :Inside length
:Inside Width
:Inside Height
ULW
(FSD)
ULW
(HSD)
GVW
(FSD)
GVW
(HSD)
10.50 10.59
10.75
C
E
E C
E
F
(Kg) 2995 2895 3680 4810 4700 4595
(Kg) 2885 2730 3580 4635 4475 4310
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
(Kg)
(Kg)
(Kg)
(Kg)
4875 5490
5130 6030 6645
2146
2340
2360 2340
4875 5490
5130 6030 6645
2146
2150 2146
2678
2680 2678 2340
2750 3350
2750 3350 3760
1615
1595
1495
1645
1525
210
230 210
3658 4298 4938
2530 3750
2012
580
2530 3750
3658 4298 4938
2012
1585
2405 2505 2570 2640 2750 2855
2575 2670
2815 2975 3120
5400
6250 7450
5400
H
10.80
10.90
10.95
11.10
C
E
F
H E F
H *K
E
F H G
H
5610 5500 5395 5910 5815 5720 5620 5530 6595 6500 6400 6498 6980
5367 5207 5062 5504 5590 5455 5355 5205 6550 6235 6135 6566 6770
7693
2270
7080 5130 6030 6645 7080 6030 6545 7080 8276 6030 6545 7080
3100 2340
3100 2340
2360
2370
7693
7080 5130 6030 6645 7080 6030 6520 7080 8275 6030 6520 7080
2266
3365 2680 2678 2340 3365 2678
2790 2873
2370
4050 2750 3350 3760 4050 3350 3760 4050 4800 3350 3760 4050 3800 4300
1800
1680
230
220
4938 3658 4298 4938 5334 4298 4938 5334 6523 4298 4938 5334 5242 5791
2134 2134
4938 3658 4298 4938 5334 4298 4938 5334 6523
5242
2134
1585
3520
2340 2640 2750 2855 2340 2905 3000 3100 3190 2905 3000 3100
3370
2678 2815 2975 3120 2678 3130 3265 3365 3515 2950 3265 3365
8250
8720
9500
10500
6250 7450
8250
Note * Supply condition : Cowl & chassis. Other dimensions are for Cab and FSD
Specifications are subject to change, without notice.
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8720
9500
10500
SPECIFICATIONS (Contd...)
10.50 10.59
C
E
E C
MODEL
Wheel base
Max. Gradiability E483 NA
Max. Gradiability E483 TCI
Max. Gradiability E483 EDC
(%)
(%)
(%)
28
37
25.5
27 25.5
31 29
10.75
E
F
H
10.80
E
F
C
H
27.5
E
10.90
F
H
*K
21.5
24
25.4
29.5
29.5
E
10.95
F
H
18
21
11.10
G
H
17
17
17
ENGINE
Model
BS I
E483 NA
Type
BS I
Diesel 4 cyl. Direct Injection
Cooling system
BS I
Water cooled
Displacement
BS I (mm)
(cc)
3298
Max Power Kw/ rpm(DIN)
BS I
61/3200
Max Torque Nm/rpm (DIN)
BS I
Model
Type
BS I I
BS I I
206/1920
E483 TCI
Diesel 4 cyl. Direct Injection Turbo charged
Cooling system
BS I I
Water cooled
Displacement
BS I I
3298
Max Power Kw/ rpm(DIN)
BS I I
70/3200
Max Torque Nm/rpm (DIN)
Model
Type
BS I I
BS I I I
BS I I I
285/1400
E483 EDC
Diesel, 4 Cylinder, Direct injection, Turbo charged , Electronically controlled
Cooling system
BS I I I
Water cooled
Displacement
BS I I I
3298
Max Power Kw/ rpm(DIN)
BS I I I
68/2800
Max Torque Nm/rpm (DIN)
BS I I I
260/1500
ELECTRIC SYSTEM
Battery
12V - 70 Amp hr
Alternator
12v - 50A
Note: Specifications are subject to change.
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SPECIFICATIONS (Contd...)
LUBRICANT & COOLANT CAPACITY
Engine
Transmission
Differential
Steering gear
11 litres
3.4 litres
Overhang type
Straddle Mtg. type
Manual steering
Power steering
Air Cleaner
Fuel tank
Coolant Recommended coolant :
Golden Cruiser 1200 (15 % by volume)
Brake oil ( Dry filling)
Hub greasing
Front
Rear
DRIVE TRAIN
Clutch
Transmission
Final drive
CHASSIS & SUSPENSION
Frame
LCV
MCV
Suspension (Front)
Suspension (Rear)
4 litres
4.5 litres
0.8 litres
2.0 litres
1.5 litres (E483 NA)
10.50 / 10.59
:
10.90/10.95/11.10 :
14 litres
60 litres
190 litres
10.70/10.75 :
100 litres
0.5 litres
340 gms (each hub)
270 gms (each hub)
Single dry plate diaTelragm hydraulic assisted
5 forward synchromesh; 1 Reverse
Hypoid gears
Ladder type ‘C’ Channel
Ladder type straight chassis
Semi elliptical leaf spring with double acting shock absorbers.
Semi elliptical leaf spring & helper leaf spring with double
acting shock absorbers.
Note: Specifications are subject to change.
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SPECIFICATIONS (Contd...)
STEERING
Type
Manual
Power Steering
BRAKES
System
Recirculating ball nut
Variable gear ratio 26.5-30.5
Integral ball & nut
Gear ratio 18.8:1
Dual circuit hydraulic vacuum assisted
Front - 2 leading, Rear- Dual 2 leading shoes
10.90 : Double Diaphragm Master V ac Dia : 9”
10.50, 10.70, 10.75 : Single Diaphragm Master V ac Dia : 10.5”
10.75, 10.90, 10.95, 11.10 : Dual circuit full air brakes
Front - 2 leading, Rear (For air brakes vehicle)
Note : Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SERVICE DATA
Inspection Item
Specification
Steering wheel play
(with front wheels in straight ahead position, on the wheel rim)
Brake pedal
Play
Stroke margin
Clutch pedal
Play
Clearance from
floorboard when depressed
Parking brake lever stroke
Depth of tread groove
Battery fluid level *
Engine idle speed
Fan belt tension (deflection when depressed with a 10-kg force at the center)
Coolant
* Not required for “Maintenance Free” battery
3-106
0 to 50 mm
10 to 50 mm
45mm or more (aprox.50-kg pedal pressure)
10 to 15 mm
35mm or more
80 to 120mm (30-kg operating force)
1.6 mm or more
Approx. 10mm above plates
600 to 650rpm
10 to 15mm
14 lit
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION
Should trouble occur, take corrective action according to the following table. If it is not possible for you to correct the
defect,take your vehicle to the nearest authorised service centre for inspection and repair.
Defect
Probable Cause
1. Engine does not start when starting - Run down battery
switch is turned on
- Starter does not rotate or - Disconnected, loose or corroded
rotates at slow speed
battery terminal
- Disconnected earth
- High engine oil viscosity
- Starter turns but engine
does not start
- Low/no fuel
- Water in fuel
- Air in the fuel system
- Diesel filter clogged
- Air cleaner element clogged
- No current / Defectivesolenoid switch
Corrective action
Recharge or replace
Clean the terminals and securely
mount them
Connect securely
Replace oil with proper viscosity
Replenish
Replace
Bleed the system
Replace
Clean
Rectify / Replace
3-107
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
2. Engine Stalls when speed is reduced 3. Engine does not stop
-
Probable Cause
Idling speed too low
Engine too cold
Diesel filter clogged
Air cleaner element clogged
Defective starting switch or cable
4. Loss of power
-
Parking brake not released
Diesel filter clogged
Air cleaner element clogged
Improper fuel
Air cleaner element clogged
Overload
Low coolant level
-
Defective radiator cap
Broken or loose fan belt
Rust or scale in radiator
Fuel leaks
Air cleaner element clogged
Improper tyre inflation pressure
Improper engine oil
High oil level
Oil leaks
Insufficient warm up
5. Black exhaust smoke
6. Engine overheating
7. Excess fuel consumption
8. Excess engine oil consumption
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Corrective action
Adjust by throttle button
Allow engine to warm up fully
Replace
Clean
Stop the engine by operating the fuel
injection pumps stop lever. Replace
defective parts
Release
Replace
Clean
Replace
Clean
Avoid overloading
Replenish, Check for water leaks and
proper installation of radiator cap.
Replace
Correct
Clean radiator and replace coolant
Correct
Clean
Correct
Replace
Correct
Correct
Allow engine to warm up fully
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
TURBO CHARGER
9. Engine lacks power
Probable Cause
- Valve defective
- Dirty air cleaner
- Restricted air duct from compressor
to intake manifold
- Restricted air duct from air cleaner to
Turbocharger
- Air leak in feed from compressor to
intake manifold
- Air leak between intake manifold and
engine
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
(from engine)
- Restricted exhaust system
exhaust brake valve operation.
- Exhaust manifold cracked, gaskets
blown or missing
- Gas leak at turbine inlet / exhaust
manifold joint
- Fuel system / injection feed system
defective or incorrectly adjusted
- Engine valve timing incorrect Adjust
- Worn engine piston rings or liners
Corrective action
Check & Replace
Clean
Rectify
Rectify
Check and replace hoses if puncture
Tighten clamps.Check Turbocharger
for leakage
Retighten manifold nuts
Clean
Check muffer for choking. Check
Replace
Retighten mounting nuts
Repair
Rectify
3-109
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Probable Cause
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Boost pressure control swing valve /
poppet valve doesn’t close
- Pipe assembly to swing valve / poppet
valve defective
- Turbocharger bearing defective
- Foreign body damage on compressor
or turbine
- Turbine housing / flap damaged
Black smoke
- Insufficient oil supply of turbocharger
- Dirty air cleaner
- Restricted air duct from compresso
to intake manifold
- Restricted air duct from air cleaner to
Turbocharger
- Air leak in feed from compressor to
intake manifold
3-110
Corrective action
Replace
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Find out the cause of entry of
foreign particles & rectify the same
Overhaul the Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Find out the cause of entry of
foreign particles & rectify the same
Overhaul the Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center.
Clean
Clean
Rectify
Rectify
Check and replace hoses if
punctured . Tighten clamps .
Check Turbocharger for leakage
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Probable Cause
- Air leak between intake manifold and
engine
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
(from engine)
- Restricted exhaust system
- Exhaust manifold cracked, gaskets
blown or missing
- Gas leak at turbine inlet / exhaust
manifold joint
- Fuel system / injection feed system
defective or incorrectly adjusted
- Engine valve timing incorrect
- Worn engine piston rings or liners
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Boost pressure control swing valve /
poppet valve doesn’t close
- Turbocharger bearing defective
- Foreign body damage on compressor
or turbine
Corrective action
Retighten manifold nuts
Clean
Check muffler for choking.
Check exhaust brake valve Operation
Replace
Retighten mounting nuts
Repair
Adjust
Rectify
Repaire
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul the Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Overhaul the Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Find out the cause of entry of
forgein particles & rectify the same
Overhaul the Turbocharger a
Authorised Service Center
3-111
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Probable Cause
- Turbine housing / flap damaged
Blue smoke
-Insufficient oil supply of turbocharger
- Dirty air cleaner
- Restricted compressor intake duct
- Air leak in feed from compressor
to intake manifold
- Air leak between intake manifold
and engine
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
(from engine)
- Restricted turbocharger oil drain line
- Restricted engine crankcase breather
/ leaking or distorted
- Turbocharger bearing housing sludged
or coked
- Worn engine piston rings or liners
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Turbocharger Piston ring sealing
defective
- Turbocharger bearing defective
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Corrective action
Find out the cause of entry of foreign
particles & rectify the same Overhaul
the Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Check & rectify
Clean
Rectify
Check and replace hoses
if punctured . Tighten claps.
Check Turbocharger for leakage
Clean
Rectify. Check quality of oil & Rectify
Rectify
Overhaul Turbochager at
Authorised Service Center
Rectify
Replace
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Turbocharger noisy
Probable Cause
- Restricted compressor intake duct
- Restricted air duct from compressor to
intake manifold
- Restricted air duct from compressor to
intake manifold
- Air leak in feed from air cleaner to
compressor
- Air leak in feed from compressor to
intake manifold
Corrective action
Rectify
Rectify
Rectify
Rectify
Check and replace hoses if punctured .
Tighten clamp Check Turbocharger
for leakage
Retighten manifold nuts
- Air leak between intake manifold and
engine
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
Clean
(from engine)
- Exhaust manifold cracked, gaskets blown Replace
or missing
- Gas leak at turbine inlet / exhaust
Rectify
manifold joint
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor Overhaul Turbocharger at
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
at Authorised Service Center
- Turbocharger bearing defective
Overhaul Turbocharger
at Authorised Service Center
- Foreign body damage on compressor Overhaul Turbocharger at
or turbine
Authorised Service Center
- Turbine housing / flap damaged
Find out the cause of entry
3-113
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Oil leak from rutbine seal
Probable Cause
- Insufficient oil supply of turbocharger
- Restricted turbocharger oil drain line
of oil & rectify
- Restricted engine crankcase breather /
leaking or distorted
- Turbocharger bearing housing sludged
or coked
- Worn engine piston rings or liners
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Piston ring sealing defective
- Turbocharger bearing defective
Oil leak from compressor seal
- Dirty air cleaner
- Restricted compressor intake duct
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
(from engine)
- Restricted turbocharger oil drain line
- Restricted engine crankcase breather
3-114
Corrective action
of foreign particles & rectify the
same .Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Check & rectify
Rectify Check quality
Check & rectify
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Rectify
Replace
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Overhaul Turbocharger at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Clean
Rectify
Clean
Check reason for chocking
& rectify
Check & rectify
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
High engine oil consupution
Probable Cause
- Turbocharger bearing housing
sludged or coked
- Worn engine piston rings or liners
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Piston ring sealing defective
- Turbocharger bearing defective
- Dirty air cleaner
- Restricted compressor intake duct
- Air leak in feed from compressor to
intake manifold
- Air leak between intake manifold
and engine
- Foreign object in exhaust manifold
(from engine)
- Restricted turbocharger oil drain line
- Restricted engine crankcase breather /
leaking or distorted
- Turbocharger bearing housing
sludged or coked
Corrective action
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Rectify
Replace
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul at Authorised Service Center
Clean air cleaner element & cartridge
at every 5000Km.
Rectify
Check and replace hoses if
punctured . Tighten clamps.
Check Turbocharger for leakage
Retighten manifold nuts
Retighten manifold nuts
Clean
Check reason for choking &
rectify
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
3-115
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
Probable Cause
- Burnt valves and / or pistons
- Excessive dirt build up on compressor
wheel and / or diffuser vanes
- Piston ring sealing defective
- Turbocharger bearing defective
10. Vehicle vibrate during operation
11. Clutch hard to disengage
12. Hard steering
13. Steering wheel shimmy
14. Vehicle pulls to one side while
- Badly worn tyres
- Loose wheel nuts
- Vibration occurs immediately after
operation
- Low clutch fluid
- Worn tyres
- Flat or burst tyre
- Low tyre inflation pressure
- Lack of grease in kingpin and
steering linkage
- Loose wheel nuts
- Unequal tyre inflation pressure
- Unequal worn tyres
- Left and right tyres of different size
Steering
- Unequal tyre inflation pressure
- Loose wheelnuts
- Load on one side
- Broken spring leaf
3-116
Corrective action
Rectify
Replace
Overhaul Turbocharger at Authorised
Service Center
Overhaul Turbocharger at
Authorised Service Center
Replace
Retighten
Flat spot phenomenon which returns
to normal when tyres warm up.
Replenish
Replace
Replace/Repair
Correct
Lubricate
Retighten
Adjust
Replace
Correct
Adjust
Retighten
Correct
Replace
TROUBLE SHOOTING AND CORRECTION (Contd...)
Defect
15. Excessive noise
16. Poor braking action
17. Vehicle pulls to one side when
braking
18. Battery runs down frequently
Probable Cause
-
18. Lamps do not light
-
Foreign substance embedded in tyres
Unevenly worn tyres
Lack of lubrication in moving parts
Loose wheel nuts
Loose or worn ‘V’ belt
Broken chasis spring
Over inflated tyre
Ingress of water into brake assembly
Excessive use of brakes
Unequal tyre inflation pressure
Wear on one side of tyre
Loose wheelnuts
Load on one side
Disconnected, loose or corroded
terminal.
Low battery fluid level
Loose or slipping ‘V’ belt
Battery out of life
Lamps or switches left in ON
position
Defective bulb
Fuse blown out
- Incomplete earthing
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Corrective action
Remove
Replace
Lubricate
Retighten
Correct/replace
Replace
Correct
Dry the brakes
Stop the vehicle and apply brake
Adjust
Replace
Retighten
Correct
Correct
Correct
Correct
Replace
Switch off wherever not required
Replace
Replace if defect repeats, get the
vehicle examined by the
Authorised service center
Correct
SECTION - 4
CMVR GUIDELINES
4-1
BODY BUILDING INSTRUCTIONS.
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GENERAL
The robust frame design of EICHER vehicles is ladder type with reinforced cross members, the strength and flexibility of
frame structure ensures uniform distribution of load through out the frame. At the time of body building it is vital to
maintain some flexibility between body structure and frame to prevent it from severe damages. Also the standard
practice of maintaining working gaps between chassis and body parts should be followed. Any modification to a system
on the chassis should only be made on advice from Eicher motors limited.
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BODY POSITIONING
Consideration and pre-calculations to be done while designing body in terms of weight to ensure rated axle weights.
A care should be taken to position center of gravity of body, which should inline on the centerline of the chassis for
optimum axle loading and operational stability. It can be achieved by proper positioning of the body and its parts on
the chassis.
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PRECAUTIONS DURING BODY BUILDING
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE.
The servicing and maintenance of various aggregates should not be impaired by improper bodybuilding and easy
access should be provided for the followings:- Removal of air cleaner, filters and its elements.
- Checking and topping up of different lubricants and oils.
- Greasing of various points like spraying eye bush, propeller shaft and u joints.
- Access to brake pipes and hoses.
- Battery and electrical terminals etc.
4-2
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GENERAL CAUTIONS
To ensure vehicle safety and reliability and maintenance, do not perform any of the following modifications and
alterations to the chassis while bodybuilding: - Do not weld or drill frame.
- Do not modify any part related to the axle steering, brake or propeller shaft.
- Do not modify brake lines (pipes, hoses, tubes and valves)
- Make effort to minimize the weight of the body and body mounting parts so that it will not jeopardize the
strength or rigidity of the frame.
- Be sure to install a sub frame on the chassis frame, to evenly distribute the load on the frame.
- Do not modify engine cooling system components, such as blocking the air intakes in the front bumper, or
removing the radiator seal rubber as this activities may result in engine performance or in damage
- Always observe applicable laws for the body construction and customization (e.g. std no 29 for external body
projections of CMVR).
- Do not use spring assembly as an earthing terminal while welding or to check the continuity of welding currents
on the spring. This welding spatter may cause the spring leaf breakage on the later stage.
- Always prefer to place seasoned saal wood (as per IS-399-1963) between the sub-frame and chassis to enable
absorbing shock loads on the chassis. Also maintain a taper cut at the front of the log to reduce stress concentration
on chassis.
- Do not cut any part of the cab or weld any thing to the cab.
4-3
SAFETY STANDARDS (No. 29)
[Central Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Rules, 1993, Notification S.O. No.201(E) dtd. 26.3.1993, item No. 19. of Min. of
Surface Transport].
The External Projection on all Motor Vehicles other than Three Wheelers of Engine Capacity less than 500cc and Motorcycles
1.
Scope
This standard specifies the requirement and test for the external projection of the vehicle.
2.0
Purpose
The purpose of this standard is to reduce the risk of seriousness of body injury to a person hit by the body work or
crushing against it in the event of a collision. Also there is a likelihood of injury to the passenger if some parts are
projected out more than specified. This can happen while taking turn at the corner.
3.0
Application
This standard applies to all class of vehicle on the road except for three wheeled vehicles of engine capacity less than
500cc and two wheelers.
4.0
Definition
4.1
Vehicle : Means any motor vehicle designed for use on the road having 2 and morewheels and a maximum
designed speed exceeding 25 km/h powered by an engine.
4.2
External surface : Means the outside of the vehicle including the bonnet, the lid of the luggage compartment, the
doors, the wings, the roof, the lighting and light-signalling devices and the visible strengthening components.
4.3
Floor line : The procedure to be followed to find out the floor line is as follows -
(1)
A Cone is selected (the height of which shall be convenient to handle) which has its side at an angle of 15
deg. to the vehicle vertical.
(2)
The vehicle of which floor line is to be established shall he laden to its rated GVW.
4-4
SAFETY STANDARDS (No. 29)
[Central Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Rules, 1993, Notification S.O. No.201(E) dtd. 26.3.1993, item No. 19. of Min. of
Surface Transport].
The External Projection on all Motor Vehicles other than Three Wheelers of Engine Capacity less than 500cc and Motorcycles
1.
Scope
This standard specifies the requirement and test for the external projection of the vehicle.
2.0
Purpose
The purpose of this standard is to reduce the risk of seriousness of body injury to a person hit by the body work or
crushing against it in the event of a collision. Also there is a likelihood of injury to the passenger if some parts are
projected out more than specified. This can happen while taking turn at the corner.
3.0
Application
This standard applies to all class of vehicle on the road except for three wheeled vehicles of engine capacity less than
500cc and two wheelers.
4.0
Definition
4.1
Vehicle : Means any motor vehicle designed for use on the road having 2 and morewheels and a maximum
designed speed exceeding 25 km/h powered by an engine.
4.2
External surface : Means the outside of the vehicle including the bonnet, the lid of the luggage compartment, the
doors, the wings, the roof, the lighting and light-signalling devices and the visible strengthening components.
4.3
Floor line : The procedure to be followed to find out the floor line is as follows -
(1)
A Cone is selected (the height of which shall be convenient to handle) which has its side at an angle of 15
deg. to the vehicle vertical.
(2)
The vehicle of which floor line is to be established shall he laden to its rated GVW.
4-5
SAFETY STANDARDS (No. 29)
[Central Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Rules, 1993, Notification S.O. No.201(E) dtd. 26.3.1993, item No. 19. of Min. of
Surface Transport].
The External Projection on all Motor Vehicles other than Three Wheelers of Engine Capacity less than 500cc and Motorcycles
1.
Scope
This standard specifies the requirement and test for the external projection of the vehicle.
2.0
Purpose
The purpose of this standard is to reduce the risk of seriousness of body injury to a person hit by the body work or
crushing against it in the event of a collision. Also there is a likelihood of injury to the passenger if some parts are
projected out more than specified. This can happen while taking turn at the corner.
3.0
Application
This standard applies to all class of vehicle on the road except for three wheeled vehicles of engine capacity less than
500cc and two wheelers.
4.0
Definition
4.1
Vehicle : Means any motor vehicle designed for use on the road having 2 and morewheels and a maximum
designed speed exceeding 25 km/h powered by an engine.
4.2
External surface : Means the outside of the vehicle including the bonnet, the lid of the luggage compartment, the
doors, the wings, the roof, the lighting and light-signalling devices and the visible strengthening components.
4.3
Floor line : The procedure to be followed to find out the floor line is as follows -
(1)
A Cone is selected (the height of which shall be convenient to handle) which has its side at an angle of 15
deg. to the vehicle vertical.
(2)
The vehicle of which floor line is to be established shall he laden to its rated GVW.
4-6
SAFETY STANDARDS (No. 29)
[Central Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Rules, 1993, Notification S.O. No.201(E) dtd. 26.3.1993, item No. 19. of Min. of
Surface Transport].
The External Projection on all Motor Vehicles other than Three Wheelers of Engine Capacity less than 500cc and Motorcycles
1.
Scope
This standard specifies the requirement and test for the external projection of the vehicle.
2.0
Purpose
The purpose of this standard is to reduce the risk of seriousness of body injury to a person hit by the body work or
crushing against it in the event of a collision. Also there is a likelihood of injury to the passenger if some parts are
projected out more than specified. This can happen while taking turn at the corner.
3.0
Application
This standard applies to all class of vehicle on the road except for three wheeled vehicles of engine capacity less than
500cc and two wheelers.
4.0
Definition
4.1
Vehicle : Means any motor vehicle designed for use on the road having 2 and morewheels and a maximum
designed speed exceeding 25 km/h powered by an engine.
4.2
External surface : Means the outside of the vehicle including the bonnet, the lid of the luggage compartment, the
doors, the wings, the roof, the lighting and light-signalling devices and the visible strengthening components.
4.3
Floor line : The procedure to be followed to find out the floor line is as follows -
(1)
A Cone is selected (the height of which shall be convenient to handle) which has its side at an angle of 15
deg. to the vehicle vertical.
(2)
The vehicle of which floor line is to be established shall he laden to its rated GVW.
4-7
(3)
Now, the Cone, in its vertical position, shall be brought near the lowest possible position of the laden vehicle's
external surface.
(4)
Now, the cone shall be moved round the vehicle so that the cone comes in contact with its lowest point.
(5)
These points of contact are then geometrically traced to find the floor line.
(6)
In determining the floor line, no account shall be taken of the following :(a) Exhaust pipes
(b) Wheels
(c) Functional mechanical features attached to the under body such as jacking points, suspension mountings
(d) Attachments for use in towing or in case of breakdown.
In the spaces at the outside of wheel arches an imaginary surface extending as if continuous, the adjacent external
surface without change of position shall be assumed.
5.
(7)
The front bumpers shall be taken into account in determining the floor line. Depending on the type of
vehicles, the trace of the floor line will be at either the outer edge of the bumper or at the body panel below
the bumper.
(8)
where two or more points of contact are observed at the same time, the lowest point of contact shall be used
to determine the floor line.
4.4
Radius of curvature : Means the radius of the arc of a circle which comes closest to the rounded form of the
component under consideration.
Design Requirement :
5.1
The provisions of this standard shall not apply to those parts of the external surface which, with the vehicle in
the laden condition, with all doors, windows and access lids etc., in the closed position, are either :- at a height of more than 2m; or
- below the floor line; or
4-8
APPENDIX
1.
The height 'H' of a projection is determined graphically by reference to the circumference of a 165 mm diameter circle,
internally tangential to the external outline of the external surface at the section to be checked.
2.
H is the maximum value of the distance, measured along a straight line passing through the centre of the 165 mm
diameter circle, between the circumference of the aforesaid circle and the external contour of the projection (see
fig. 1).
3.
In case where it is not possible for a 100 mm diameter circle to contact externally part of the external outline of the
external surface at the section under consideration, the surface outline in this area will be assumed to be that
formed by the circumference of the 100 mm diameter circle between its tangent points with the external outline
(see fig.2).
4.
Drawings of the necessary sections through the external surface shall be provided by the manufacturer to allow the
height of the projections referred above to be measured.
4-9
SPRAY SUPPURATION SYSTEM
FRONT
Spray suppuration system intended to reduce the pulverization
of water thrown upwards by the tyres of a vehicle in motion.
The spray-suppression system is made up of a mudguard, rain
flaps and valances equipped with a spray-suppression device.
Mudguard
'Mudguard' means a rigid or semi-rigid component intended to
trap the water thrown up by tyres in motion and to direct it
towards the ground.
Mudguard
Mudflap
Rain flap
A flexible component mounted vertically behind the wheel, on
the lower part of the chassis or the loading surface, or on the
mudguard. The rain flap shall also reduce the risk of small
objects, in particular pebbles, being picked up from the ground
by the tyres and thrown upwards or side wards towards other
road users.
Noise
Suppuration
Device
REAR
Side flap
Spray-suppression device
This is a component forming part of the mudguard and / or
valance and /or rain flap which absorbs the energy of water
spray, thus reducing pulverized water spray.
Outer valance
Component located approximately within a vertical plane that
is parallel to the longitudinal plane of the vehicle. It may form
part of a mudguard or of the vehicle bodywork.
Mudguard
Mudflap
Noise
Suppuration
Device
4-10
Cover tyre top
VISCOUS FAN DRIVE
·
·
It is a mechanical device to engage and disengage the cooling fan to optimize engine cooling.
Viscous fan assembly is rotating only when it reached to particular temperature , resulting rotation of fan only 5 to 10 % of
the total running. There is no noise of fan until it doesn't reach the desired temperature.
WATER PUMP ASSEMBLY
NUT
VISCOUS FAN
PULLEY FAN
DRIVE ASSEMBLY
SPACER VISCOUS FAN
STUD
4-11
GUIDE LINES TO BODY BUILDERS FOR FITMENT OFEND OUTLINE MARKER LAMPS SIDE MARKER
LAMPS / SIDE RETRO REFLECTORS, SIDE INDICATOR LAMPS, FRONT & REAR FOG LAMPS, HEAD
LAMPS & TAIL LAMP ASSEMBLIES ON LCVs / MCVs
250(MIN)
* UP TO 1800
« UP TO 2500
3000 (MAX)
3000 (MAX)
3000 (MAX)
« 2000(MAX)
250 (MIN)
1000 (MAX)
EICHER
1000 (MAX)
500 (MIN)
« 1500(MAX)
2300(MAX)
*
EICHER
350 (MIN)
A
Y
* 1500(MAX)
1500(MAX)
« 2100(MAX)
x
400
(MAX)
250 (MIN)
C
B
UP TO1200
MAX. UPTO HEAD LAMP TOP SURFACE
TYPICAL LOAD BODY(OF DIFFERENT HEIGHTS)
VIEW 'Y'
VIEW 'X'
I
Note - If vehicle structure dose
not permaintain dimension
marked with '* ', it may be
increased to respective
dimension marked with '« '.
K
U
P
Q
B
A
R
D
V
L
1)
2)
J
M
A.B.C.D.E.
G.H.
I.J.K.L.M.N.
P.O.
R.
S.T.
U.V.
-
N
This is a typical truck with load body. The fitment requirment for the various lamps are applicable for bus body applications also.
Refer attached notes.
4-12
End of line marker lamp
Side indicator lamp
Side marker lamp /
Side retro reflector
Front Fog lamp
Rear Fog lamp
Head lamp
Tail lamp assembly
LIGHTING INSTALLATION GUIDE LINES FOR LCVS
EICHER
EICHER
4-13
LIGHTING INSTALLATION GUIDE LINES FOR MCV
4-14
GUIDELINES FOR LATERAL PROTECTION DEVICE INSTALLATION ON LCV / MCV
Rear View
Side View
325
SPEC <350
A
R
520
SPEC <550
52
A
50 MIN
260
SPEC <300
EICHER
EICHER
WB
9
10
11
12
13
14
IB009939
IB 009940
IB 009941
IB009941
IB 009927
IB 009944
8
8
8
8
6
6
LPD INST. (H-W/B) MCV
LPD INST. (G-W/B) MCV
LPD INST. (C-W/B)
8
8
LPD INST. (F-W/B)
DESCRIPTION
BRACKET, MTG. LPD LCV
ANGLE, SUPPORT
ANGLE, VERT LPD (40X22)
PLATE BOLT
NUT, SELF LOCK (8) M8 X 1.25
PLAIN WASHER (8)
BOLT FLANGE (M8 X 1.25 X 20)
BOLT FLANGE (8X12)
BOLT, FLANGE (8X70)
M8 X 1.25 X 70
FRAME LPD LCV C-W/B
FRAME LPD LCV E-W/B
FRAME LPD LCV F-W/B
FRAME LPD LCV H-W/B
FRAME LPD MCV H-W/B
FRAME LPD MCV G-W/B
LPD INST. (E-W/B)
SYM. PART NO.
1
IB009934
2
IB009925
IB009932
3
IB009878
4
IB001474
5
MF450005
6
MF140225
7
MF140221
8
MF140239
LPD INST. (H-W/B)
QTY.
1
1.7 ~ 2.6 kgfm
(TYP)
3 4 5
8 4 5
2 2
8
30
30
8
8
8
8
30
30
8
8
8
8
30
30
8
8
8
1
7
2
6
24
24
6
6
6
4 5 6
11 9
10 12
13
7 1.7 ~ 2.6 kgfm
(TYP)
SEC A-A
(SCALE - 1:10)
2
2
2
Note : Sectional details overleaf
2
2
2
4-15
SECTIONAL DETAILS FOR LATERAL PROTECTION DEVICE ON LCV / MCV
Frame LPD
Chanel
L2
1.5
102
L5
NUT, WELD (8)
2
2 Tack Weld at
0
3-Places 120 apart
2 TYP.
=40=
R5
L1
75
40
25
+1
-0
L4
1.5
TACK WELD
A
1
R2
2 TYP.
2
32.5
70
=65=
3
25
A
1
3
4
7
5 6
8
L3
L4
1199
918
468
-
QTY.
L5
391
420
453
453
DESCRIPTION
BRKT, REINF LPD (65 X 25)
BRKT, REINF LPD
NUT, WELD (M8) 8T
NUT, WELD (M8) 8T
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD (70X25) C-W/B
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD (70X25) E-W/B
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD (70X25) F-W/B
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD
CHANNEL, HORZ LPD (70X25) H-W/B
CHANNEL, REINF LPD MCV
CHANNEL REINFORCEMENT
CHANNEL REINFORCEMENT
MATERIAL
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
GRILL IS : 10748-1995
4-16
SIZE
65X25X2X40
46X40X25X2
(M8 X 1.25P)
(M8 X 1.25P)
70X25X1.6X1670
70X25X1.6X2215
70X25X1.6X2670
50X25X1.6X2950
50X25X1.6X2950
70X25X1.6X2995
250X46X25X2
66X25X2X140
66X25X200
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
FRAME LPD ‘G’ W/B
(MCV) IB 009944
L3
1331
1338
1379
-
FRAME LPD ‘H’ W/B
(MCV) IB 009927
S.NO. PART NO.
1
IB 009943
IB 009933
2
MS440114
MS440114
3
IB009935
4
IB009936
5
IB009837
IB009931
IB009930
6
IB009938
IB009945
7
IB009991
8
IB009992
L2
2856
2533
2077
1532
FRAME LPD ‘C’ W/B
IB 009939
L1
2530
2256
1847
1303
FRAME LPD ‘H’ W/B
IB 009942
FRAME LPD ‘F’ W/B
IB 009941
FRAME LPD ‘E’ W/B
IB 009940
PART NO.
IB 009942
IB 009941
IB 009940
IB 009939
6
6
8
8
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
GUIDELINES FOR REAR UNDER RUN PROTECTION DEVICE INSTALLATION ON LCV
Rear View
Top View
'W' (Max. Tire Width)
(Max. Permissible Width of RUPD)
2
MF106142 (M14x1.5)-4Nos 6
IF000406 (M14x1.5)-4Nos 4
Torque - 13-18 Kgf.m
3
'W1'
'D'
P1
P2
P2
P3
P1
'LP2'
'LP1'
'L'
ROH
IF000406 (M14x1.5)-4Nos 4
Torque - 13-18 Kgf.m
Side View
50
REAR C/MBR
M12X1.25-4Nos. (FLANGE NUT) 5
TORQUE-8 TO 11 Kgfm.
1
MODEL
10.5
10.59
10.75P
10.75
10.9
10.90K
10.95
GVW (KG)
5400
5900
6750
7450
8800
8800
9450
W'
1825
1850
1953
1953
1953
1953
1990
L'
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
D'
12.5
25
76
76
76
76
95
H'
460
480
470
470
470
530
490
SYM.
1
2
3
4
5
6
H1'
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
PART NO.
IB003878
IB003876
IB003877
IF000406
MF434106
MF106142
W1'
700
700
700
700
700
700
700
DESCRIPTION
BAR ASSY.
BRACKET ASSY. LH
BRACKET ASSY. RH
NUT FLANGE
NUT FLANGE
BOLT FLANGE
LP1'
1225
1250
1353
1353
1353
1353
1390
LP2'
700
700
700
700
700
700
700
SIZE
QTY
1
1
1
M14X1.5P
8
M12X1.25
4
M14X1.5X35 4
ROH
C & E-W/B=915
915
C-W/B=1303, E-W/B=1523,
F-W/B=1743, H-W/B=1873
2450
4-17
GUIDELINES FOR REAR UNDER RUN PROTECTION DEVICE INSTALLATION ON MCV
Rear View
Top View
'W' (Max. Tire Width)
(Max. Permissible Width of RUPD)
'W1'
2
M14x1.5Px35-4Nos 6
(M14x1.5P) -4Nos (Flange Nut) 4
Torque - 13-18 Kgf.m
3
(300)
'D'
P1
P2
P3
P2
P1
'LP2'
'LP1'
'L'
ROH
Side View
(M14x1.5P) -4Nos (Flange Nut) 4
Torque - 8-11 Kgf.m
REAR C/MBR
M12x1.25-4Nos (Flange Nut) 5
Torque - 8-11 Kgf.m
SYM.
1
2
3
4
5
6
'H'
1
INSTALLATION ON 11.10
MODEL
11.10
GVW (KG)
10500
W'
2151
L'
2000
D'
75
H'
460
H1'
100
4-18
PART NO.
IB003881
IB003879
IB003880
IF000406
MF434106
Mf106142
W1'
840
DESCRIPTION
BAR ASSY.
BRACKET ASSY. LH
BRACKET ASSY. RH
NUT FLANGE
NUT FLANGE
BOLT FLANGE
LP1'
1551
LP2'
770
SIZE
QTY
1
1
1
M14X1.5P
8
M12X1.25
4
M14X1.5X35 4
ROH
G-W/B=1670, H-W/B=285
SECTION - 5
GUIDE LINES FOR
'U' BOLT & STIFFNER MOUNTING
&
POINTS TO BE FOLLOWED WHILE
BODY BUILDING
5-1
GUIDELINES FOR ‘U’ BOLT & STIFFNER MOUNTING ON ‘C’ WHEEL BASE - LCV
U-BOLT & STIFFNER LOCATION
DISTANCE STIFFNER U-BOLT
CHASSIS
TL. VALUE FROM S/MBR
PART NO.
REAR END PART NO.
10.50
802
2750
IB 000732 IB 001571
1292 LH
2260
IB 000732 IB 001571
1827 RH
1725
IB 000732 IB 001571
2462
1090
IB 000732 IB 001571
3102
450
IB 001653 IB 001571
10.60 G 1230
2772.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
10.70
1855
2147.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
10.75
3120
882.5
IB 001653 IB 001571
3725
277.5
IA 203129 IB 001572
W/B MODEL
2750
2260
1725
C
1090
450
3552TL
802TL
1292TL
(LH)
1827 TL
(RH)
0TL
10.50 C W/B
2462TL
3102TL
2587TL
2682TL
2772.5
2147.5
882.5
277.5
4002.5TL
3880TL
2112.5TL
3800TL
2032.5TL
3120TL
1855TL
0TL
3725TL
2750TL
10.60, 10.70, 10.75 C W/B
5-2
GUIDELINES FOR ‘U’ BOLT & STIFFNER MOUNTING ON ‘C’ WHEEL BASE - LCV
9 10 11
TIGHTENING TORQUE
8
4 0.5 Kgf.m
12
12
SYM.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
TIGHTENING TORQUE
8.5~11 Kgfm
3 4 5
SEC A-A
SEC C-C
(SCALE 1:5)
(SCALE 1:5)
PART NO.
IB 001571
IB 001572
IB 000732
IB 001653
IA 203129
IB 001575
IB 001477
IB 001641
IB 001247
IB 001207
IB 01227
IB 00092
DESCRIPTION
U-BOLT (365L)
U-BOLT (350L)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (170)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (167)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (150)
PLATE, SHOE
NUT NYLOC (14)
STAY
NUT, HEX (12)
WASHER SRPING (12)
WAHSER PLAIN (12)
BOLT, HEX (12 x40)
6
2
4
2
2
8
16
4
8
8
8
8
10.60, 10.70
10.75 C WB
7
10.50 C WB
QTY.
6
8
5
2
8
16
2
4
4
4
4
5-3
GUIDELINES FOR ‘U’ BOLT & STIFFNER MOUNTING ON ‘E’ WHEEL BASE - LCV
U-BOLT & STIFFNER LOCATION
4042.5
3907.5
2625.5
1717.5
490
B
E
A
C
4822.5TL
0TL
A
C
915TL
(RH)
(B)
780TL
(LH)
2197TL
2300TL
2410TL
STIFFNER
DISTANCE
CHASSIS
TL. VALUE FROM S/MBR PART NO.
REAR END
10.60 G 780 LH
4042.5
IB 000678
10.70
915 RH
3907.5
IB 000687
10.75
2197
2625.5
IB 000732
3105
1717.5
IB 001653
4332.5
490.0
IB 001556
10.90
780 LH
4042.5
IB 000678
915 RH
3907.5
IB 000678
2197
2625.5
IB 000732
3105
1717.5
IB 001653
4332.5
490.0
IB 001556
W/B MODEL
3105TL
3350TL
4477.5TL
4367.5TL
4332.5TL
10.60, 10.70, 10.75, 10.90 E W/B
U-BOLT
PART NO.
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001574
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001571
IB 001574
TIGHTENING TORQUE
4 0.5 Kgf.m
14
13
2 34
5
SYM.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1
TIGHTENING
TORQUE
8.5~11 kgfm
10 9 8
12 11
SEC A-A
SEC B-B
SEC C-C
(SCALE 1:5)
(SCALE 1:5)
(SCALE 1:5)
5-4
PART NO.
IB 000902
IB 001227
IB 001207
IB 001247
IB 001641
IB 001477
IB 001575
IB 001556
IB 001653
IB 000732
IB 000678
IB 000687
IB 001574
IB 001571
DESCRIPTION
BOLT, HEX (12 x40)
WAHSER PLAIN (12)
WASHER SRPING (12)
NUT, HEX (12)
STAY
NUT NYLOC (14)
PLATE, SHOE
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (132)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (167)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (170)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (163)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (170)
U-BOLT (330L)
U-BOLT (365L)
8
8
8
8
4
16
8
2
2
2
2
2
6
10.90
6
10.60 G,
10.70, 10.75
QTY.
7
8
8
8
8
4
16
8
2
2
2
1
1
2
6
GUIDELINES FOR ‘U’ BOLT & STIFFNER MOUNTING ON ‘F ’ WHEEL BASE - LCV
4672.5
4537.5
4222.5
3642.5
3572.5
U-BOLT & STIFFNER LOCATION
2652.5
1422.5
B
C
650.5
A
F
5452.5TL
0TL
1880
2800TL
915TL
(RH)
(RH)
2640TL
780TL 1230TL 1810
2532.5TL
(LH)
(LH)
DISTANCE STIFFNER U-BOLT
FROM
S/MBR CHASSIS PART NO.
TL. VALUE
REAR END PART NO.
10.60 G 780 LH
4672.5
IB 000678 IB 001571
10.70
915 RH
4537.5
IB 000687 IB 001571
10.75
1230
4222.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
10.90
1810
3642.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
1880
3572.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
2800
2652.5
IB 000732 IB 001571
4030
1422.5
9219596
IB 001574
4802
650.5
9219614
IB 001573
W/B MODEL
4802TL
5353TL
5343TL
4030TL
3760TL
10.60, 10.70, 10.75, 10.90 F W/B
6
TIGHTENING TORQUE
4 0.5 Kgf.m
15 14 13
5
2 3 4
SYM.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1
TIGHTENING
TORQUE
8.5~11 kgfm
10 9 8
12 11
SEC A-A
SEC B-B
SEC C-C
(SCALE 1:5)
(SCALE 1:5)
(SCALE 1:5)
PART NO.
IB 00092
IB 001227
IB 001207
IB 001247
IB 001641
IB 001477
IB 001575
9219814
9219596
IB 000732
IB 000678
IB 000687
IB 001573
IB 001574
IB 001571
DESCRIPTION
BOLT, HEX (12 x40)
WAHSER PLAIN (12)
WASHER SRPING (12)
NUT, HEX (12)
STAY
NUT NYLOC (14)
PLATE, SHOE
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (118)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (140)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (170)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (163)
STIFFNER, CHASSIS (170)
U-BOLT (315L)
U-BOLT (330L)
U-BOLT (365L)
10.60, 10.70
F W/B
7
10.90 F W/B
QTY.
8
8
8
8
4
24
12
2
2
6
2
8
8
8
8
4
24
12
2
2
6
1
1
2
6
8
12
5-5
HINTS DURING THE BODY BUILDING PHASE :
Extreme care while assembling the body on the chassis with respect to the ECU should be
employed.
1.1. The ECU should be disconnected from the harness and a dummy cap should be put on the ECU connector. There should be
no ingress of water through the wiring harness on the ECU.
1.2. The ECU as such should be covered in a box so that if any washing is done, the ECU will be protected.
1.3. Maximum cleanliness in the work area and the tools should be employed . Check to see if the ECU has become dirty
during the body building phase.
1.4.
For connecting and disconnecting the ECU from the wiring harness, only the specified force in the TCS should be
applied.
1.5. ECUs must be connected or disconnected to the wiring harness only when the ignition is OFF.
1.6. No undue pressure should be applied on the ECU during the assembly process.
5-6
SECTION - 6
LIST OF AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE &
SERVICE CENTERS
(PLEASE CONTACT REGIONAL OFFICES FOR UPDATED LIST)
6-1
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
S.S. Motors
Junglighat, Porblair, Andaman-744 103
Sonu Agarwal
Phone : 244409, 237422
sonupb2001@yahoo.co.in
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
ANDMAN
Portblair
SPD
S 6038
ANDHRA PRADESH
Ananthpur
EASC
S 6035
Sri Sai Lakshmi Agencies
8/7, M.R.S.M. Complex, N.H. 7, By-Pass Road,
Ananthapur-515 001
B. Partha Saradhi / J. Damodar Naidu
M 9849021333 / M 9866110044
Phone : 08554-271009
sailakshmi_atp@yahoo.com
Phone : 08554-271009
Srinivasulu
M 9849592016
sailakshmi_atp@yahoo.com
Chittoor
AR
S 6007
Hitech Motors
Bangalore By pass Road, Near Iruvaram
Check Post, Chittoor - 517128
Chandrea Sekhar M 9849492620
Phone : 08572-242735, 242736
hitechmotors_tpt@rediffmail.com
Tulasi Ram M 9849492623
hitechmotors_tpt@rediffmail.com
Cuddapah
EASC
S 6032
Standard Automotives
Plot No.14, Beside Sri Durga Devi Temple
N.H.18 Road, Cuddapah
Syed F. Bhasha M 94402 80745
Phone : 08562-274728
standardauto_cdp@yahoomail.com
Phone : 08562-274728
Chand Basha M 98494 40708
standardauto_cdp@yahoomail.com
Hyderabad
SPD
S 6030
M/s LPF Systems (P) Ltd.
Survey No. 180, Syed Brigadier Road
Tadbund, Secundarabad
Venu Vinod M 98490 32009
Phone : 040-55782320, 55782321
E-mail: lpfsyste@sancharnet.in
Mallikarjun M 98481 20924
Hyderabad
AR
V 6001
Talwar Auto Garages Pvt. Ltd.
6 - 3 - 658, Concorde Apartment
Opp. Eram Manzil, Somajigudda,
Hyderabad - 500 082
Sunil Talwar M 98480 30700
Phone : 040-23390917, 23397777
Fax : 040 - 23302264
eichertalwar@rediffmail.com
C-51,Industrial Estate, Bala Nagar,
Opp. IDPL Research
Hyderabad-500 037, Dt. Rangareddy
Phone 040-23770210, 23774318
Fax : 040-23773478
Karunaker Rao M 98481 37106
tag_workshop@rediffmail.com
6-2
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Karimangar
AR BR
V 6001
Talwar Auto Garages (P) Ltd.
D. No. 8-5-379, Survey No. 416, Kothi Rampur,
Hyderabad Main Road, Karimanagar-505 001
Sunil Talwar
Phone : 08782-2260777
Vipin Kumar M 98481-85511
Kurnool
EASC
S 6031
M/s Shivani Automobiles
Plot No.127, Nehru Auto Nagar,
N.H.7 Kurnool - 3
K. Veerabhadrappa M 98854 67369
Phone : 08518 - 252729
shivaniautomobiles@rediffmail.com
Phone : 08518 - 252729
K. Veerabhadrappa M 98854 67369
shivaniautomobiles@rediffmail.com
Mehdipatnam Talwar Auto Garages Pvt. Ltd
AR BR
9-4-81 Nanal Nagar, Langar House Road
S 6001
Adjacent to Andhra Floor Mills
Mehdipatnam- 500 008
Sunil Talwar M 98481 70730
Phone : 040 - 23526605, 23522543
Fax 23526605
tagmp@rediffmail.com
Phone : 040 - 23526605, 23522543
Fax 23526605
V S N Murthy M 98481 70730
tagmp@rediffmail.com
Ongole
EASC
S 6028
Phone : 08592-246655/56
Beside NS Canal, NH-5,
Throvagunta-523 002
Phone : 08592-246655/56
Chandrasekhar M 98483 04275
Rajahmundry Srinivasa Automobile
AR
Door No. 41-2-196, Tadithota,
V 6005
Rajahmundry - 533103
B Pullam Raju M 98481 69292
Phone : 0883 - 2438162
Fax 0883-2467117
rmy_srnvsrjy@sancharnet.in
Phone : 0883-2468858, 2428162
K. Shankar M 98495 63553
rmy_srnvsrjy@sancharnet.in
Srikakulam
EASC
S 6029
Jeelani Automobiles
Kotha Road Junction, Near Telephone Tower,
N.H.5 Road, Srikakulam
A.K.M. Jeelani M 0891-3102352
Phone : 08942 - 278917
Phone : 08942 - 278917
M 98482 74432
Tirupati
AR
V 6007
Hitech Motors
Near Vertha, Renigunta Road, Tirupati
Jagannath Reddy M 98495 39616
Phone : 0877-2239616
hitechmotors_tpt@rediffmail.com
Phone : 0877-2239616
Madhusudan M 98494 92625
hitechmotors_tpt@rediffmail.com
Shankar Auto Stores
SBT Building, Beside Throvagunta Company,
N.H.5 Road, Ongole, Dt. Prakasam - 523 002
Shiva Mohan Reddy M 98481 25025
6-3
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Vijaywada
AR
V6060
Ramcor
Door No. 33-21-33, Sitaram Puram,
Eluru Road, Vijayawada-520 002
K.V.S. Prakash Rao M 98490 86242
Phone : 0866-2431334, 2431333
vdwramcor@sancharnet.in
D.No. 48-16-17, Mahanadu Road,
Autongar, Vijayawada-520 007.
Phone: 0866-5578855
Ramu M 9866111075
Vishakapatnam
AR
V 6006
Srinivasa Automobiles (Vishaka) Pvt. Ltd.
A - 6, APIE, Autonagar,
Dt. Vishakapatnam - 530 012
Pullam Raju M 98481 69292
Phone : 0891-2515376, 2515677
Fax 0891 - 2511182
srinivasaauto_visakha@yahoo.com
Phone : 0891-2511839, 2515676-77
R.C.V.R. Krishna M 98495 63773
srinivasaauto_visakha@yahoo.com
Warrangal
AR BR
V 6001
Talwar Auto Garages Pvt Limited
1-1-1/1, Chaitanyapuri, Opposite R.E.C.
Petrol Pump, Hanamkonda,
Dt. Warrangal-506 004
Sunil Talwar
Phone : 0870-2431043, 2446401
Fax 0870-2431043
Phone : 0870-2431043, 2446401
P. Sirish Reddy
M 98480 72073
Dibrugarh
SPD
S 2022
Kamal & Co.
Khemka Market, Dibrugarh 786 001
Kamal Surekha
Phone : 0373-2244713,
2324471, 2322871
Guwahati
AR
S 2031
Goodwill Motors
1, KKB Road, Chenikutni, Guwahati - 781 003
S.K. Barua , Sanjoy Barua
M 98640 10047, 94350-19993
0361-2544219, 2663044
Fax 2639115, 2669073
goodwill_motors@rediffmail.com
Heliped Road, Beltola NH-37
Bypass, Guwahati 781 029
Phone : 0361-2302822
Manash Nair M 94350 41469
goodwill_workshop@rediffmail.com
Rangapara
EASC
S 2026
Sahil Automobiles
M. G. Road, Rangpara, Dt. Sonitpur
Rajesh Patodia
M 94350-80554
Phone : 03714-250310, 250067
Fax 250017
sahilauto@rediffmail.com
sahilauto2004@yahoo.com
G.N.B. Road, P.O. Rangapara,
Dist. Sonitpur, Assam
Phone : 07314-250200, 251126
ASSAM
6-4
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Phuentsholing State Trading Corp. of Bhutan
AR/SPD
P.O.Box No-76, Phuentsholing, Bhutan
V 2006
Dorjee Namgyea
009755-252286 (R)
Phone : 009755-252745
252514, 253616
Fax 009755-252619
stcbl@druknet.bt
Sanghey Rabten
Phuentsholing Rabten Engg. Workshop
EASC
P.O. Box No-258, Phuentsholing
S 2021
Sonam Tobgay
Phone : 009755-252047(R)
Phone : 009755-252238, 252669
Fax 009755-252908
rew2@druknet.bt
B. Das
Damber Shrestha
Phone : 0612-2590507
sonu_singh98@yahoo.com
S. Kumar
Phone : 0612-2590507
sonu_singh98@yahoo.com
B. B. Garg M 98151 71286
BHUTAN
BIHAR
Patna
EASC
S 7003
United Motors World
Lohiya Marg, Jagdapath, Near Nitibag Colony
Baily Road, Patna-14
Surendra Kumar Roy M 98352 75728
2522575 (R)
CHANDIGARH
Chandigarh
SPD
S 1088
Jaeco Motors (P) Ltd.
SCF-344-345, New Motor Complex,
Manimanjara - 160 101
Pradeep Chowdhury M 98151 71285
Phone : 0172-2732933, 2733570
Fax : 0172-2734843
Chandigarh
AR
V 1008
Modern Motors
122, Industrial Area Phase 1,
Chandigarh-124 001
Madhu Sudan Vij M 98140 88400
Phone : 0172-2656633, 2740000
Fax 2653444
mmotors@glide.net.in
CHHATTISGARH
Raipur
AR
V 5025
Dynamic Motors
Near MP Dhaba, GE Road, Tatibandh, Raipur
Ashwini Mahendru M 98261-42028
Phone : 0771-5076096, 2573041
dynmotors@yahoo.com
Mr. Anant Agrawal M 94252-36028
Phone : 0771-5076096
6-5
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Delhi
AR
S 1079
R.S. Ajit Singh & Co. (Automotive) Pvt. Ltd.
C-91/10, Wazirpur Industrial Area , Ring Road,
Delhi - 52
B.S. Khurana M 98110 51063
Phone : 011-27373341, 4700
27375188, 27376324
Fax 011-27371916
rsas@mantraonline.com
93, Sarai Peepalthalla, Near
Azadpur, Fruit Mandi, G.T. Karnal
Road, New Delhi-110 033
Phone : 011-27639402 / 542,
27638483
Yogesh Tomar M 98110 94035
Delhi
AR
V1004
Sincere Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd.
E-5 Masjid Moth, Outer Ring Road, Greater
Kailash - 3, New Delhi - 48.
Anil Dhingra M 98101 17191
Phone 011-29222799 / 467
Fax 011- 29212347
sincere@vsnl.com
Delhi
SPD
S 1072
Swarna Motors
3691/1, Gupta Tractor Market,
Mori Gate, Delhi - 110006,
Sunil Kapoor M 98103 74244
Phone : 011-23970524, 23990873
27134244
Fax 23912439
swarnamotors@sify.com
Pradeep Bajaj
Madagaon
SPD
S 3022
V.S. Dempo & Company Ltd.
Eicher Genuine Spares Shop, Ashok Building
Station Road, Margaon
0832-715177
Felis Barreto
Panjim
AR
V 3008
Dempo Mktg. Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Dempo House, Automobile Divn. Campal,
Panjim, Goa - 403 001
Subhash V. Dempo M 98221 29012
Dhilip Mondkar
Phone : 0832-2422794, 2226281-86
Fax : 0832-2225098
dmkt@dempos.com
NH-17, Parxet, Gurim, Bardez, Goa
Phone : 0832 - 22260771, 2261116
Fax 2261116
Thomas Fernandes M 98221 04552
dmkd@dempos.com
dempoeicher@rediffmail.com
Aarohi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
1, Laxmi Estate, N.h. No. 8, Narol,
Ahmedabad-382 405
Shah Shashank J M 98792 11522
Phone : 079 - 25716761, 25710836
Fax 079-25713412
aarohi@icenet.net.in
Tulshi Avenue, Behind Tulshi Hotel
Aslali, Ahmedabad
Uttam Leauva M 98253 29300
Phone 027182-262913, 261895
DELHI
GOA
GUJARAT
Ahmedabad
AR
V 3001
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AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Ahmedabad
EASC / SPD
S 3044
Apco Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
Apco House, 1st Floor, Opp. Dinbal Tower,
Mirzapur, Dt. Ahmedabad
Mehul Dholakiya M 98240 23890
Phone : 079-25506868, 25509246
Fax 079-2506793
apco_motors@hotmail.com
Block No. 451, Near Kenal Sarkhej
Bawla Road, PO Sanathal, Sanand,
Dt. Ahmedabad
Phone : 02717-250946, 251462
Fax 251463
Majbut Singh Gohil
Anand
AR
S 3002
Aarohi Motors Pvt. Ltd.
N.H. 08, Opp. J.K. Park, Near Gin Compound,
Vaghashi, Dt. Anand 388011,
Hitesh Patel M 98792 12288
Phone : 02692-255349, 255530
Fax 255689
aarohianand@icenet.net
Phone : 02692-255349
Fax 255689
Hitesh Patel M 98792 12288
aarohianand@icenet.net
Ankleshwar
AR BR
S 3003
V. G . Automobiles
Opp. Varsha Hotel, Rajpipla Chowkdi, NH 8,
Ankleshwar
Piyush Patel / Daval Shah
M 98250-32468
Phone : 02646-233456
Baroda
EASC
S 3033
Madhav Motors
10, Anand Indl. Complex, Opp. Yamuna mill,
Dabhoi Road, Pratap Nagar-390 004
J.P. Dharamdas Patel
Phone : 0265-2570332, 2502087
Fax 2527089
J. D. Patel
Baroda
AR
S 3003
V.G. Automobiles
Opp. SRP Group No. 9, Makarpura Road,
Baroda 390010
Piyush Patel M 98240 10952
Phone : 0265-2642432, 2647654
vgauto@eth.net
Parag K. Shah
Phone : 0265-2642432, 2647654
Navsari
SPD
S 3006
Aradhana Automobiles
Adarsh Nagar Society, Kabilporem,
Navsari-390 424
Bharat K. Patel M 98241 14447
Phone : 02637-258419
Fax 258419
aradhna_navsari@yahoo.com
A.R. Mehta
Phone : 02637-258419
Rajkot
AR
V 3007
Navnit Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Gondal-Ahmedabad Bye Pass Circle, Gondal
Road, National Highway No 8-B, Vavadi,
Rajkot-360004
Vijay Kachalia M 98211 06000
Phone : 0281-2375313, 14
2375315, 16
Fax : 2375311
nmplrajkot@navnitmotors.com
Phone : 0281-2375313, 14, 15, 16
Fax : 2375311
Viren V. Marvania M 98243 29072
nmplrajkot@navnitmotors.com
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AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Surat
AR
V 3004
Trishul Motors
Opp. Sadhna Society, Mini Bazar, Varachha
Road, Surat 395 006
Bharat K. Patel M 98241 14447
Phone : 0261-2547961
Fax 0261-2552884
trishul_vehicles@hotmail.com
N. Surendran
Phone : 0261-2551504
trishul_workshop@hotmail.com
Vapi
SPD
S 3005
Ashish Automobiles
B/2, Advance Complex, Kaparli Road, NH-8,
Near Hotel Green View
Bharat K. Patel M 98241 14447
Phone : 0260-2421934
Fax : 2421934
Suresh Rathore
Ambala
AR BR
V 1091
Modern Automobiles
Adjoining Model Town Crossing, Near Hotel
Amarpali, GT Road, Ambala, Haryana.
Madhu Sudan Vij M 98140 88400
Phone : 0171-2521881
Fax 2520255
modernamb@glide.net.in
Satish K. Vij
Phone : 0171-2521881
Fax 2520255
modernamb@glide.net.in
Faridabad
AR
V 1007
Shree Motors Pvt. Ltd.
1A-240-243, Neelam Bata Road, N.I.T.
Faridabad, Haryana -121001.
S. B. Mittal M 98107 44169
Phone : 0129-2419546, 5029547
Fax 0129-5029547
shreemotorsltd@rediffmail.com
Plot No. 1, Northern India Complex,
20 / 3, Mathura Road, Faridabad
Phone : 0129 - 5066678
Vimal Singh M 98112 67624
shreeworkshop@rediffmail.com
Gurgaon
AR BR
S 1006
Sincere Marketing Service Pvt Ltd.
38 Km Stone, Village - Khandsa, Delhi Jaipur
Highway, Gurgaon.
Anil Dhingra M 98101 17191
Phone : 0124-2372852, 2215620
Fax 011- 26472467
sincere@vsnl.com
Gyan P. Saxena
Phone : 0124-2372852, 2215620
Fax 011- 26472467
sincere@vsnl.com
Hisar
AR
S 1096
Mohan Trucks, Mohan Tractors Pvt. Ltd.
9th Km Milestone, Delhi - Hisar Road, Near
Janak Tubes, Haryana.
Gopal Mittal M 98110 64515
Phone : 01662 - 322449, 220133
Fax 220133
mohantrucks@rediffmail.com
Major D. P. Kadyan
M 98963 52013
mohantrucks@rediffmail.com
Karnal
AR
V 1092
Bansal Motors
G.T. Road, Near Namaste Chowk,
Karnal - 132 001
R.L. Bansal M 98963 28130
Phone : 0184-2221400 / 1200
Fax 2221001
21/3, HIDC, G.T. Road,
Karnal - 132 001
Phone : 0184-2221428
Om Paul Kamboj M 98963 27130
bansalmotors@sify.com
HARYANA
bansalmotors@sify.com
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AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Panipat
SPD
S 1047
Swarna Motors
25 Subhash Colony, Near Tehsil, G.T Road,
Panipat - 1
Sunil Kapoor M 98103 74244
Phone : 0180-2635140
skapoor@del3.vsnl.net.in
Mr. Sonu (W)
Rangapuri
Work Shop
Sincere Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd..
Anil Dhingra
Rohtak
AR
V 1012
P. L. Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
51, Shamlal Motor Market, Hissar Road,
Rohtak 124001
Ravin Kumar Jain
M 94160 10777, M 98963 00713
K-628, Rangapuri, Near Radisson
Hotel Rangapuri-37
Ph.: 011-30911561, 33111923
Sunderashan / Gulshan Dhal
M 98116 34763
sincere@indiatimes.com
01262-248005, 309842
Fax : 248005
plagencies@rediffmail.com
23, J.P. Nagar, Shamlal Motor
Market, Hisar Road
Rohtak 124001
Sushil Kumar
M 94162 55671, M 98130 49842
plagencies@rediffmail.com
HIMACHAL PRADESH
Gaggal
EASC
S 1101
Unique Motors
Pathankot Road, Sanoran, Gaggal,
Dist. Kangra
Kulbhushan Rajoria M 9417014693
Phone : 01892-233455
subhashrajoria@yahoo.com
Vijay Kumar
M 9816368218
Mandi
AR
V 1009
Behl Motors
Plot No. 6-7, Indl. Area, Phase III,
Sauli Khad, Mandi-175001
Somnath Behl M 98160 36436
Deepak Dhawan M 98160 75919
Phone : 01905-235102, 237567
Fax 237567
behlmotor@rediffmail.com
Bimalkant
Phone : 01905-235102
Fax 237567
behlmotor@rediffmail.com
Shimla
AR
V 1010
Behl Motors
Opp. Himachal Filling Station, Sanjauli
Dhalli Road, Shimla
Mr. Sanjeev Behl M 98170 64300
Phone : 0177-2841930
Fax 2647610
bmotor@rediffmail.com
Sanjeev Behl
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AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Solan
AR BR
S 1055
Behl Motors
Village Kailer, PO Saproon, Sabghtu Road,
Solan
Sanjeev Behl M 98170 64300
Phone : 01792 - 227435
bmotors@hotmail.com
Vikas Handa
Phone : 01792 - 227435
bmotors@hotmail.com
Nav Bharat Motors
8 Palace Road, Jammu
Ashok Sharma, Subhash Gandotra
M 94191 87381, M 94191 97373
Phone : 0191-2544148, 2532219
Fax 2662007
Sidara Bye Pass Road, Jammu
Phone : 0191-2662007
Motilal
Apee Automobile (P) Ltd
Near State Bank Indrapuri Branch
Ratu Road, Ranchi, Jharkhand - 834001
Sharad Poddar
M 94311 15969, 0651 3100326
Phone : 0651-2280284, 2284785
Fax 0651-2284785
apee91@yahoo.co.in
ornate91@hotmail.com
Anupam Dasgupta
Bangalore
AR
V 6009
Bangalore Mopeds Sales & Service Pvt. Ltd.
130, Lalbagh Road, Bangalore - 560 027
District : Bangalore, Karnataka
Ravi M. Reddy M 98450 14414
Phone : 080 - 51146403-4
Fax 080 - 2290213
canter@bgl.vsnl.net.in
Canter Automobile Service Pvt. Ltd.
No. 53/2, 53/3, 9th MIle, MBT
Compound, Hosur Road,
Bommanahalli, Bangalore 560 068
Phone : 080-25720588, 51108287
Vivek M. Reddy M 98450 08806
Sunil Paul S. M 98452 23285
canterblr@yahoo.com
Bangalore
EASC
S 6027
Sri Lakshmi Motors Service (P) Ltd.
No.21, 2nd Stage, Industrial Suburb,
Yeshwantpur, Opp. CMTI Tumkur Road,
Bangalore 560 022
M. Shankar M 98440 07641
Phone : 080 23574450 / 51 / 52
Fax 23574350
slm_eicher@vsnl.net
Mr. Nagaraj (W)
Phone : 080 23574450
Nagaraj
M 080 36970260
JAMMU & KASHMIR
Jammu
AR
V 1064
JHARKHAND
Ranchi
AR
V 2025
KARNATAKA
6-10
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Bangalore
SPD
S 6002
Varsha Automotive Agency
No. 3, 2nd Main Road, Sudha Nagar,
Lalbagh Rd. Cross, Bangalore 560 027.
K. Manjunatha Gupta M 98440 80803
Phone : 080 22220420, 22242915
manjunathk@vsnl.net
Belgaum
AR
V 6016
Bharat Auto Enterprises
371/1-2B, PB Road, Belgaum 560 016
Dilip M. Patil M 98454 70326
Phone : 0831-2489535, 3090725
Fax 2489535
bharateicher@rediffmail.com
Bijapur
EASC
S 6037
Maruthi Automobiles
Plot No. 4-6, KSSIDC, Opp. IOC Depot, NH 13,
Bijapur 586 101
J.M. Badiger M 94482 45535
Phone : 08352-244137, 212221
Davangere
AR BR
S 6018
Vijaya Motors Sales & Service
No. 1947/1,2,3, PB Road, Opp. Hotel Pooja
International, Davangere 577006
K. Venkatesh M 94480 70098
Phone : 08192-270098
Fax 270098
vijayadg@sancharnet.in
Hassan
AR BR
S 6011
Ballal Motors Sales & Service
Behind Venkateshwar Garage, Thanirhalla,
Hassan-573 201
ShivakumarM 98454 58247
Phone : 08172-256715
Hospet
AR BR
S 6015
Nandi Automotives
T M A E Polytechnic Society's Compound
Bellary Road, Hospet - 583201
T.H.M. Gurumurthy, T.H.M. Mallinath
M 08394-381864
Phone : 08394-465270
Fax 465270
nandieicher@hotmail.com
Hubli
EASC
S 6036
M/s Manjunath Motors
Plot No. 120/1-2, Hubli Dharwad, Bypass Road
Near Toll Naka, NH 4, Gabbar, Hubli 580 028
Manjunath U. Kalol, Chandrakanth U. Kalol
M 0836-685035
Phone : 0836-2243005, 2272356
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Plot No. 16, Besides NH 4,
Kamkaratti Village,
P.B. Road., Belgaum
Phone : 0831-3090726
Tele fax : 2489535
Deepak Wadekar M 98455 35153
bharateicher@rediffmail.com
Phone : 08192-270098
Fax 270098
Mr. R. S. Hosagoudar
M 94483 52848
vijayadg@sancharnet.in
Somashekar
Phone : 08172-256715
Phone : 08394-465270
Surya Prakash M 94480 06422
nandieicher@hotmail.com
6-11
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
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Dealer Code
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Contact No.
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Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Kundapur
AR BR
S 6012
Ballal Motor Sales & Service
D. No. KGP 2/40, Halady Road, Koteshwara
Kundapur - 576 222
Surendra M 98454 54487
M 98455 44907
Anand
M 98455 44907
Kushalnagar Ballal Motor Sales & Service
AR BR
Opp. Somashwara Temple, Somawar Pet Road
S 6013
Kushal Nagar, Coorg
Dinesh
Phone : 08276-272539
Dinesh
Phone : 08276-272539
Mangalore
AR BR
V 6011
Ballal Motors Sales & Service
BMS Garage Building, Kadri,
Dilip Ballal M 98451 96177
Phone : 0824-2215777, 2428330
Fax 2217667
ballamr@vsnl.net.in
Phone : 0824-2215777
Fax 2217667
Janardhan Salian M 98452 47477
ballamr@vsnl.net.in
Mysore
AR
V 6010
Rashica Motors
436/C, Hebbal Industrial Area, Metagalli,
KRS Ring Road Corner, Mysore - 570016
Ananth Padmanabha M 98451 13930
Phone : 0821-2482931, 2481462
Fax 2487766
rashica@sancharnet.in
Davegowda
M 98452 71045
Shimoga
AR
V 6017
Vijaya Motors Sales & Service
Vijaya Complex, Byepass Road, Urgodur,
Shimoga-577203
Umesh Shenoy M 94481 28577
Phone : 08182- 240534/242727
Fax 242747
vijayams@sancharnet.in
Phone : 08182- 240534
Fax 242747
K. M. Radhakrishna
M 94481 41077
vijayams@sancharnet.in
Allapuza
AR
S 4027
P S N Automobiles P. Ltd
VII / 48 A, Punnapra North
NH 47, Allapuza
P. K. Ananthanarayanan M 98460 31146
Siju Alias M 98954 24122
Phone : 0477 - 2288822, 2287928
psnalpy@eth.net
R.A.P. Pillai M 98950 60122
Jimmy Joseph M 98950 20288
Phone : 0477 - 2288822, 2287928
psnalpy@eth.net
Calicut
AR
V 4010
Automotive Marketing P Ltd
39/1405-A, Kannur Road, NH17, Pavangad,
Puthiangadi (PO), Calicut - 637 021
P. K. Ananthanarayanan M 98460 31146
Phone : 0495-2390025-26,
Fax 0495 - 2390025
ampl@eth.net
Web site : www.psnmotors.com
Jaikish K.
M 93874 25940
Phone : 0495-2390025-26
ampl@eth.net
KERALA
6-12
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
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Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
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Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Cochin
SPD
V 4025
Automotive Marketing P Ltd.
P O Box:2270,35/189 Palarivattom, NH-47
Cochin - 682025.
P.K. Ananthanarayanan, Mr. Anil Kumar
M 98460 31146, M 98470 47345
Phone : 0484-2343754, 2343661,
2348299, 2349520, 2342368
Fax : 2340898
amplcochin@eth.net
Cochin
AR
V 4027
P S N Automobiles P. Ltd
P O Box : 2270,
35 / 189, Palarivattom, NH - 47,
Cochin - 682 025
P.K. Ananthanarayanan M 98460 31146
Phone : 0484 - 2343754 -55
Fax 2340898
psnsales@asianetindia.com
Website : www.psnmotors.com
32 / 203, Sree Parvathi,
Pookattupadi Road, Unchera
Cochin - 682 024
Phone : 0484-2576527/41, 2577072
Jimmy K Joseph M 98950 20288
psn@eth.net
Kannur
AR BR
S 1040
Automotive Marketing P Ltd
Melechowa, N H - 17, Chowa (PO),
Kannur-670006,
Madhu T.V. M 93880 12329
Phone : 0497 -2727053, 2729896
automotiveknr@eth.net
T.V. Madhu
Phone : 0497 -2727053, 2729896
automotiveknr@eth.net
Kollam
EASC
S 4001
Grand Motors Sales Corporation
Leyland Buildings, Kadapakkada
Kollam - 691 008
Stanley Babu M 94470 62267
Phone : 0474 - 2740848
Fax 2740848
gmscklm@yahoo.com
Near Yatri Niwas, Asranmam,
Kollam-691001
Phone : 0474 2761409, 3090642
Fax 2740848
Abdul Jaleel M 94470 62290
gmscklm@yahoo.com
Kottayam
AR
V 4034
AVG Vehicles Sales & Service P. Ltd
Post Box No : 1, Ancheril Buildings Baker
Junction, Kottayam - 686 011
George Idiculla M 94470 11141
Phone : 0481 - 2560471/3291
Fax 2564658
avgvehicle@sify.com
AVG EICHER Workshop
Gandhinagar, Kottayam - 686 006
Phone : 0481 - 2594734
Ramesh Babu M 94470 94734
avgeicherws@sify.com
Manjeri
AR BR
S 4010
Automotive Marketing P Ltd
Malapuram Public Road, Near Co-operative
College, Manjeri-676 121,
P.K. Ananthanarayanan
Phone : 04983 - 2764940
amplmanjeri@eth.net
4th Stage, Byepass, Turakkal,
Manjeri-676 121
Phone : 04983-2764940
Sujith Ambadi
amplmanjeri@eth.net
6-13
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Palakkad
AR BR
S 4027
M/s P S N Automobiles P. Ltd
17/140, Parangattu Metro, Opp. Cosmopolitan
Club, Kadankodu, Kunnathurmedu (PO)
Palakkad - 678 013
Jimmy Joseph M 98950 20288
Phone : 0491 - 2525025, 2880888
psnplkd@eth.net
Jimy Joseph
M 98950 20288
Phone : 0491 - 2525025, 2880888
psnplkd@eth.net
Thrissur
AR BR
S 4027
P S N Automobiles P. Ltd
T C - 22 / 1034 / 1, NH - 47 - Bye Pass
Nadathara, Thrissur
Jimmy Joseph M 98950 20288
Phone : 0487 - 2371174, 2375894
psnautomobiles@eth.net
Jimmy Joseph M 98950 20288
Phone : 0487 - 2371174, 2375894
psnautomobiles@eth.net
Tiruvalla
AR BR
S 4001
Grand Motors Sales Corporation
Renjith Buildings,Near R T O Office,
M C Road, Tiruvalla, Thukalasserry
Suresh Kumar M 94470 62270
Phone : 0469 - 2602941
gmsctvla@yahoo.com
Charivu Purayidom, Thukalassery
P.O., M.C. Road, Tiruvalla
Phone : 0469-2602941, 2706146
M. E. Kuriakose M 94470 62274
grandmotors02@sify.com
Trivandrum
AR
V 4001
Grand Motors Sales Corporation
TC 31/1398 (2) Bye-Pass Road,
Chakkai, Tivandrum-695 024
V. Ashok Kumar M 98470-62266
Phone : 0471-2506622, 2506633
Fax : 0471-250662
grandmts@yahoo.com
Plot No : 73 / 84, Industrial
Development Area, Opp. Kochuveli
railway Station, Veli - 695 021
Phone : 0471 - 2501660, 2507651
Fax 2342971
T S Santhosh M 94470 62282
Wynad
AR BR
S 4010
Automotive Marketing P Ltd
Dottappankulam, Calicut road, Sulthan Bathery
Wynad-673592,
P.K. Ananthanarayan
Phone : 04936-223030
amplbathery@eth.net
Charles Mathew
Phone : 04936-223030
amplbathery@eth.net
Phone : 0755 - 5261268
Fax 2786884
jewanmotos@rediffmail.com
Mukesh Dixit M 98260 99260
Phone : 0755-2600930
jewanmotos@rediffmail.com
MADHYA PRADESH
Bhopal
AR
V 5021
Jeewan Motors Pvt. Ltd.
8 Industrial Estate, Govindpura,
Bhopal
Pawandeep S. Chhatwal
S.K. Sharma
M 98260 47581, M 98263-98912
6-14
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Chhindwada
EASC
S 5011
Vasant Works
Civil Lines, Nagpur Road, Chhindwada,
Vasant Chawak M 0716 2203263
Phone : 07162 225350-225204
Fax 225204
vasantworks@hotmail.com
Sandip Chawak
M 98261-36533
Phone : 07162-225351
vasantworks@hotmail.com
Gwalior
AR
S 5002
Velocity Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.
Shivaji Marg, Near Chhapperwala pul,
Lashakar, Gwalior-474 009
A. Abhijeet Atray M 98270 63643
Phone : 0751-2631015, 5012116
Fax 2331015
velocityautomobiles@rediffmail.com
2 A, Industrial Area, Maharajpur,
Gwalior - 474 011
Phone : 0751-2369177, 5041206
S.K. Bose M 98262 36918
velocityauto@sify.com
Indore
AR / SPD
V 5005
Patel Motors (Indore) Pvt. Ltd.
13/19 Pipliya Kumar Chouraha, Ring Road,
Indore - 452010
Arvind Patel M 98930-31399
Pravin Patel M 98933-32299
Phone : 0731-5033341-42
5033344-46
Fax : 5033341
patelmotors@mantrafreenet.com
K.D.Nair M 98266 42154
Phone : 0731-5033347,
Fax : 5033341
pateleicherws@rediffmail.com
Jabalpur
AR
S 5027
Dynamech Automobiles
208, Rajul Arcade, Russel Chowk, Jabalpur
Alok Gupta M 98272-37334
Phone : 0761-5039084
dynamech_automobiles@
rediffmail.com
29, Industrial Area, Richhai, Jabalpur
Phone : 0761-2332927
Mahesh Dharmjan M 98931 61013
Julwania
EASC
S 5015
M/s Swastik Sales Agencies
A.B.Road, Julwania, Dt. Barwani
Arun Sahu M 94250 89309
Phone : 07284 - 266235
Fax 266435
swastik97@rediffmail.com
Mahesh Verma
Rau
EASC
S 5023
Triya Motors
Opposite Ram - Rahim Colony, Station Road,
Rau, Dist.- Indore 453331
Naresh Das M 98262 82058
Phone : 0731- 2856116, 2857363
triyamotors2000@rediffmail.com
Shailendra Singh M 98263 47551
naresdas2001@rediffmail.com
0241-2551246
S. Toshniwal
MAHARASHTRA
Ahmednagar Girija Motors
EASC
Pune Nagar, Highway Jedgaon Devi,
S 3043
Opp. Ambika Nagar Bus Stop,
Ahmednagar-414 005
Gajraj M. Rondhe
6-15
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Akola
AR
S 5028
Vidarbha Tractors
Murtizapur Road, NH 6, Akola,
Vidarbha - 444001
Shiv Shankar Khemka, Ajay Khemka
M 98225 31390
Phone : 0724-2458308, 2459443
2459874, Fax 2459443
vidarbha_tractors@hotmail.com
M 49, Akola Growth Centre,
MIDC , Phase - IV , Akola.
Phone : 0724-2458308, 2459874
Fax 2459443
Hemant Kasera M 98503 88252
vidarbha_tractors@hotmail.com
Aurangabad
AR
V 3010
Kailash Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
PB No. 7, Jalna Road, Opp. Akashwani
Aurangabad 431 005.
Mr. Prakash S. Bafna M 98231 89663
Phone : 0240-2352051
2350091, 2324692
Fax 0240 - 2333270
kapalabad@bom.vsnl.net.in
Plot A1/A2, MIDC Industrial Area,
Near Lupin, Chikalthana,
Aurangabad
Phone : 0240-2482770/894, 24,
652, 489, 608 Fax : 2482529
Prashant M. Sakhare
M 98232 29001
kaplws@eth.net
Aurangabad
SPD
S 3024
Kohli Motors Stores
Kohli Shopping Complex, 7 Hills, Corporation.
Jalna Road, Kohil Shopping Complex,
Aurangabad 431 005
Amarjeet Singh Kohli
Phone : 0240 - 2333376
2336485, 2320339
Fax 2333376
kohilmotorstores@rediffmail.com
Bhiwandi
EASC
S3009
Navnit Motors Pvt. Ltd
Jalgaon
EASC
S 3042
Prabha Motors & Service Industry
Plot No. M 202 - A, MIDC Area, Near
Godavari Engineering College, NH 6,
Jalgaon - 425 003
Kiran Kasar M 98231 61167
Navnit Motors Pvt Ltd.
Opp. Gupta Compound
Behind Navnit Warehouse,
Dapoda Village, Bhiwandi, Dt. Thane
AKP Arjunan M 9821911237
Phone : 05252-2276524, 276568
eicherservice@navnitmotors.com
02572 - 272470
prabhamotors@yahoo.com
6-16
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Kolhapur
AR
V 3013
S.S. Mirje & Co.
1243/56, Udyam Chambers, Rajaram Road,
Kolhapur 8
Deepak Mirje M 98231 63099
Phone : 0231-2656812, 2656491
Fax 0231 -2657214
klp_ssmiraje@sancharnet.in
11B/1, Nagaonphata, Pune Bangalore Highway, NH 4, Opp.
Kolhapur Steel, Shiroli,
Tal-Hatkanagale, Kolhapur-416 122
Phone : 0231 - 2469619
Abhijeet Joshi M 94225 82001
Mumbai
AR
V 3009
Navnit Motors Pvt. Ltd.
Gokul Nagar, Mumbai-Agra Road,
Thane (West) 400 601.
Vijay L. Kachalia M 98211 06000
Phone : 022-25434430, 25435956
Fax 25331507
vijay@navnitmotors.com
Mumbai
AR
S 3012
Ratan Motors
Behind Lakme Factory, Govandi Station Road,
Deonar, Mumbai 400 088
B. S. Chandok M 98210 56679
Phone : 022-55975353, 25287720
Fax 022 -25229779
ratanmotor@eth.net
Phone : 022- 25555365, 55975354
Fax 022-25558619
Santosh Padhye M 98209 02627
ratanservice1@rediffmail.com
agpur
AR
V 3014
Rajind Motors (P) Ltd
C-5/1,MIDC Hingana,
Hingana Main Estate Road,
Nagpur - 440 028
Rajnesh Naidu M 98222 28902
Phone : 0712-5658538
Fax 5612591
M 98222 03696, 98225-63696
rajneshnaidu@satyam.net.in
Ravi Kumar
M 98222 03707
Phone : 0712 - 5658537
rajneshnaidu@satyam.net.in
Nanded
AR
S 3052
Sai Motors
Janki Nagar, Hanuman Garh,
Airport Road,
Nanded - 431 605
Ganesh Keshatwar Phone : 02462-312606
Phone : 02462-431605
Kishan Pardeshi M 98905 84472
Phone : 02462-224749
Fax : 244460
Nasik
AR
V 3039
Pawar Automobiles
Plot No. 4, Hanuman Nagar, Opp. Rasbihari
School, Mumbai - Agra Highway,
Adgaon Naka, Nasik.
Mohan T. Pawar M 98230 74094
Phone : 0253-2621831, 2511799
Fax 2621831
pawarautom@rediffmail.com
Devendra Aherrao
Phone : 0253-3111744
pawarautom@rediffmail.com
6-17
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Pune
AR
V 3032
Excel Motors
Mohit Plaza, Plot No. 43, Sahaney Sujan Park,
Off. Kandhawa Road, Pune-411 040
S.S. Asnani M 98230 56830
Phone : 020- 6835385, 6833259
Fax : 6833259
excel@pn2.vsnl.net.in
Gate No. 33, Opp. Khondwa,
Bk Exchange Khondwa, Pune-48
Phone : 020-6932429, 4001831
Arvind Patil
Pune
AR
S 3045
Ratan Motors
Survey No. 55/1/1, Pune - Bangalore Highway,
NH 4, Katrej-46
B.S. Chandok M 98210-56679
Phone : 020-26959114
Fax 26959114
ratanmotorspune@eth.net
Phone : 020-26959114
Arvind Patil M 020 31091365
Pune
EASC
S 3016
Shree Automobiles
Survey No.81/8,Tathawade, Near Shirole
Petrol Pump, Tal.Mulshi, Dist.Pune - 411 033
A.V. Chalke M 98230 57191, M 98231 72277
Phone : 020 - 22934060 / 22934010
Fax 020 - 22934010
sache@pn3.vsnl.net.in
Kasuhik Datta M 98231 72277
Pune
SPD
S 3047
Parts Paradise
Head Office : 6-A, Tadiwala Road,
Divadkar Apartments, Pune-411 001
Jitesh Patodia M 31005335
Phone : 20-26123874, 26125509
ORISSA
BhubaneshwarOricon Equipments Pvt. Ltd.
AR
Plot No 6D, Sec. A, Zone B,
V 2024
Mancheswar Industrial Estate,
Bhubanehswar 750010.
Tutul Das M 98610 27777
Phone : 0674 - 2530844
Fax 2530999
oriconequipments@sancharnet.in
Jeypore
EASC
S2035
Bisswakarma Automotives
Bye Pass Road, Near NH 1B,
NH 43, Jeypore, Orissa – 764001
Manoranjan Chowdhury M 9437207322
06854-231623
Fax: 231823 (PP)
manoranjan.c@rediffmail.com
Rourkella
AR
S2036
Utkal Automotive Pvt. Ltd.
Post Box No. 50, Ring Road, Rourkella,
Orissa - 769004
Sunil Chowdhury M 9437041810
Phone: 0661- 2600654
Fax:2600143
utkalrkl@rediffmail.com
6-18
K. N. Samal M 93382 33979
Phone : 0674-2582657
Fax : 2585740
oriconequipments@sancharnet.in
Samir Nayak
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Bathinda
AR
S 1097
Padam Motors Private Limited
8th Milestone, Goniana Road, Village Gill Patti
Near Govt. School, Bhatinda
Amarjeet Mehta M 9814000909
Phone : 0164-2760153, 2760111
Fax 0164-2223122 PP
pmotors@email.com
padammluv@yahoo.com
8th Milestone, Goniana Road,
Village Gill Patti
Near Govt. School, Bhatinda
Roshan Lal M 9814521482
Jalandhar
AR BR
S 1019
Gagan Automobiles
Guru complex, Near I.O.C. Terminal, Byepass
Road, P.O. Chogite, Jalandhar-144 004
Deepak Prakash M 94172 23353
Phone : 0181-2420902,
2421901, 3095904
Fax 2240283 (PP)
gagan_jal1@rediffmail.com
Vijay Kumar
M 98140 53053
Phone : 0181-2420902, 2421901
Ludhiana
AR
V 1016
Uttam Sales & Service
Ambala Bye Pass Road, Opp. Transport Nagar,
Ludhiana.
Gurmeet Singh M 9814153125
Phone : 0161-2667011
Fax 2669116
uttamsale@rediffmail.com
Opp. Airport, G.T. Road, Ludhiana
Phone : 0161-2667011
Fax 2669116
Mahinderpaul Sharma
uttamsale@rediffmail.com
Nawanshahr
AR
S 1094
Parmar Enterprises
Banga Road, Near Focal Point ,
Nawanshahr-144 514
Jaskarn Parmar, Harjasbir S. Parmar
M 98150-09754
Phone : 01823-225454, 309654
Fax 01823-225454
parmar_ent_nsr@yahoo.com
parmar_ent_nsr@rediffmail.com
Tekchand Gopal
M 9417194592
taktakchand@rediffmail.com
Pathankot
AR
V 1018
Gagan Automobiles
Jalandhar- Jammu Bye Pass Road, Pathankot
C.S Lyallpuri, Gagandeep Singh
M 98140 53053, M 98145 09453
Phone : 0186-2241234, 3090404
Fax 2241234
gaganauto@glide.net.in
Capt. Mohan Singh
M 98145 09453
Phone : 0186-2241234, 3090404
gaganauto@glide.net.in
Shri Krishna Motor Company
Near Jhankar Hotel, Delhi Road, Alwar-301001
Pramod Agarwal
M 98290 96610, 94142 15839
Phone : 0144-2372090
Fax 2372090, 2333499
skmcalw_jp1@sancharnet.in
Jitendra Gupta
M 94142 16192, 94140 18403
skmcalw_jp1@sancharnet.in
PUNJAB
RAJASTHAN
Alwar
AR
V 1053
6-19
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Bhilwara
AR
S 1095
Ruchi Motors
Ambaji Textile Market, Shop No.-G 51,52,
Ajmer Road, Bhilwara
Vikas Sharda M 98292 46232
Phone : 01482-309270
Fax : 510270
Sharda Complex, Near Shahpura
Circle, NH 79, Bhilwara
Nitesh Joshi
Phone : 01486-266870
Vikas Sharda M 98292-46232
Jodhpur
AR
V 1068
Chandra Singh & Sons
28-29, Pratap Nagar, Jodhpur-04
Lal Singh Kachwaha M 98290-23989
Phone : 2545591 (R)
Phone : 0291-2745919, 5120549
A-40, II Phase, Basni Indl. Area,
Jodhpur
Phone : 0291-2745919, 5120549
chandra_jod@hotmail.com
Jaipur
SPD
S 5019
Basant Motors
B-2, Near LIC Office, Transport Nagar,
Jaipur-302 003
Subodh Agrawal M 94140 57807
Phone : 0141-2641228
basantmotors@rediffmail.com
Jaipur
SPD
S 1093
Tambi Automobiles
Tambi Tower, Sansar Chandra Road,
Jaipur 302 001.
Mr. Satish Tambi M 98290 52492
0141-2360981
tambispares@rediffmail.com
Jaipur
AR
S 1087
Tambi Motors
Tambi Tower, Sansar Chandra Road,
Jaipur-302001
Satish Tambi M 98290 52492
Phone : 0141-2370189, 2204208
tambimotors@rediffmail.com
B-145, Road No. 9, Vishvakarma
Industrial Area, Jaipur
Phone : 0141-5178316
Fax 5072121
Aditya Banerjee
tambimotors@rediffmail.com
Kota
EASC
S 1089
Medatwal Motors
Chawani Chauraha, Jhalawar Road, NH 12,
Kota-324007
Dharmendra Gupta M 9414188877
Phone : 0744-2364092
medatwalmotors@yahoo.com
Anil Gupta
Udaipur
AR
V 5003
Modern Automobiles & Mechanical Engineers
Opp. Suraj Pole, Udaipur 313 001
M.P.S. Lekhari M 98290 44125
Phone : 0294-3090899, 2421452
Fax 2421452
modautoudr@yahoo.com
Madri Eklingpura Road, NH-8,
Manwakhera, Udaipur
Phone : 0294-3090762
Narayan Jannawat
6-20
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Chennai
AR / SPD
V 4031
Hex Mobiles Pvt. Ltd.
192, Mount Road, Saidapet, Mount Road
Chennai-600015
Franklin M 98841 00203
Sathi Prabhakar
Phone : 044 - 22351825 / 81
Fax : 044 - 52027508
hexmobile_tn@tochtelindia.net
New No. 4/121 (Old No. 61/4A)
Goparasanallur, Poonamallee
High Road, Chennai - 600 056
Phone : 044-26272776, 26274776
Fax : 044 - 26273776
D. Shankar
M 98841 00202, 98841 00201
mobiles@vsnl.com
Chennai
EASC
S 4030
Shree Motors
No. 55, G.N.T. Raod, ThandalKozhani,
Village Puzzhal, Chennai - 600066
P. Sundaramurthy M : 94440 44050
Phone : 044 - 55492678, 26322355
G. Subramanian
M : 94440 74050
Chennai
EASC
S 4030
Shree Motors (Unit II)
No.55, Thandalkazhari, Village, G.N.T. Rd,
Pozhal, Chennai
P. Sundaramurthy, Hrishikesh
M : 94440 44050, 94440 54050
Phone : 044 - 55492678,
26322355, 25025209
shreemotors@eth.net
Phone : 044 - 55492678, 26322355,
25025209
G.S. Manian M : 94440 74050
shreemotors@eth.net
Chennai
SPD
S 4036
Susee Cars & Trucks P Ltd.
New No. 43, North Usman Road, T.Nagar,
Chennai - 600 017
Rajasekaran
Phone : 044-28341072, 52024008
Fax : 502024008
suseemds@yahoo.co.in
Coimbatore
AR
V 4011
Anamallais Agencies (Stadium)
Krishha Swamy Tower, 172 Dr. Rajendra
Prasad Rd., Tata Bad, Coimbatore - 641 012
P.K. Doraisamy
Phone : 0422-2529700, 2526800
Fax : 0422 - 2526800
arc@md3.vsnl.net.in
SF No.634, Pollachi Main Road,
Eachanari PO.
Coimbatore - 641 021
Phone : 0422-2675500, 2676600
Fax : 0422-2611900
R. Rajamani M : 98422 51600
aaworkshop@eth.net
Erode
AR BR
V 4026
Anamallais Agencies (Stadium)
315/3, Chinnakadu Thottam,
Veerappampalayam Bye pass Road
Perundurai Road, Erode - 638 009
P.K. Duraisamy
Phone : 0424 - 2529700
Fax 2527400
Phone : 0424 - 2271640
Fax : 2272360, 2271040
V.N. Sivakumari
anaerode@yahoo.co.in
anaerode@rediffmail.com
TAMIL NADU
6-21
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Karur
AR
V 4016
Jailaxmi Auto Works & Agencies
Karur Salem New Byepass Raod,
Roundana Lns, Post Karur - 639002
A. Subramani M : 98430 95814
Phone : 04324 - 225814
Fax : 04324-225814
jailaxmikarur@eth.net
Karur Salem Byepass Road
Vennamalai Post, Karur
Phone : 04324 - 222083
Fax : 225814
P. Anandhan M: 98430 57470
jailaxmikarur@eth.net
Madurai
AR
V 4012
Susee Cars & Trucks P Ltd.
117/3, Theni Road, Madurai - 625 00
(Next to Susee Petrol Bunk)
S.Rajasekaran M : 98421 22144
Phone : 0452-2380438, 2380919
Fax :2380919, 2381011
mdu_suseecar@sancharnet.in
suseedoak@hotmail.com
Phone : 0452-2380438, 2380919
Fax :2380919, 2381011
G.J. Raghavan M : 98423 06102
mdu_suseecar@sancharnet.in
suseedoak@hotmail.com
Nagercoil
AR BR
S 4017
Susee Motors
90/A, Ethamoozhi Road, Nagercoil-629 002
Harry M : 98432 27307
Phone : 04652 - 2241793
Harri
M : 98421-41793
Salem
AR
V 4028
Jailaxmi Auto Works & Agencies Pvt. Ltd.
Pinangukarar Thottam, Salem Attur Byepass
Road, Seelanaikanpati, Salem - 636 202
A. Subramani, Sivakumar
M : 98430 27470, 98430 67470
Phone : 0427 - 2280504 / 805
jailaxmisalem@eth.net
Saravanan
M 98430 77470
Phone : 0427 - 2280504 / 805
jailaxmisalem@eth.net
Tirunelveli
AR
V4039
Hari Bala Krishna Automobiles
No. 156, Polepettai (West),Tuticorin - 628002
Tirunelveli
C. Jeyaraj M 9443100999 / 9842996969
Phone : 0461 - 2345943
hbktrans@yahoomail.com
Subramani
Trichy
AR
V 4029
Aarthi Motors Limited
2/15, Classic Towers
Chennai Byepass Road,
Senthaneer Puram, Trichy-620 014
Mr. E.A. Jeyapandian M 98424-71790
Phone : 0431-2301239, 2300688
amltry@eth.net
K.Pasupathy
M 94437 09022
amltry@eth.net
Vellore
EASC
V 4018
Sai Auto
No. 3047/2A1, Chennai Bangalore Highway,
New Bye Pass Road,
Vellore
Jeya Seelan M 9842328112
6-22
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Villupuram
AR
S 4038
Sri Sabari Motors
SF. No. 27/4, Chennai Trunk Road, Opp.
Warehouse, Villupuram - 605602
M. Saravanan, M 9345450159
S. Govindarajulu M 98423-35577
Phone : 04146-251521
srisabarimotors@yahoo.com
Phone : 04146-339433, 9345639433
srisabarimotors@yahoo.com
UTTAR PRADESH
Agra
AR
S 1022
Prem Auto Enterprises
Nangla Jawahar, Agra-Mathura Bye-Pass
Road, Agra.
Paras Agrawal
Phone : 0562-2522824, 2150612
Fax 2522824
prem12@sancharnet.in
4, Neeraj Nagar, (Near Asopa
Hospital), Gailana Rd., Agra
Phone : 0562-3093314
Dinesh Chahar M 3093314
prem12@sancharnet.in
Allahabad
AR
V 1023
Khurana Auto Pvt. Ltd.
23, P.D. Tandon Marg, Kanpur Road, Allahbad.
Harish Khurana
M 94152 35882, 0532-3153453
Phone : 2622972, Fax 2623276
kayauto@rediffmail.com
Rajeev Tiwari M 94153 51240
Phone : 0532 - 2420589
kayauto@rediffmail.com
Bareilly
AR BR
V 1025
Bhargava Motors
Swaleh Nagar, Rampur Road, Bareilly
O.P. Bhargava M 98370 45366
Phone : 05946-245340, 245133
Fax 245340
Rakesh Pandey M 98370 16608
Phone : 0581-2561074
Fax 2550125
Faizabad
AR BR
V 1049
Narveda Motors Pvt. Ltd.
9/3/124, Janana Hospital Road, Rekabgunj.
Faizabad- 224 001
Ved Prakash Gupta M 94150 48050
05278-225251, 224837
Vill. Godhapur, In Front of HCI
Godown, Faizabad
Phone : 05278-224837
Ram Tirath M 98930 91654
Gorakhpur
AR
V 1030
M/s. Green Field Auto Pvt. Ltd.
Golghar, Gorakhpur-273 001
Bhupendra Vikram Singh M 94152-10650
Phone : 0551-2201695
Fax 2209242
greenfieldauto@rediffmail.com
Barhi House Compound, Opp. Govt.
Garden, Kasia Road, Gorakhpur
Phone : 0551-2200118, 3091614
Fax 2209242
S. Roy M 0551-3115502
Lucknow
SPD
S 1074
Beekay Distributors
B-8, Industrial Area, Nadargunj, Amousi,
Lucknow
B. Mehdiratta M 98390 16191
Phone : 0522-2438115, 2426040
Fax 2439198
bkd438115@sify.com
Narendra Kumar M 98394 48697
Phone : 0522-2436040
Fax 2439198
bkm436040@sify.com
6-23
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
Lucknow
EASC
S 1045
B.K. Motors
B-8, Industrial Area, Nadargunj, Amousi,
Lucknow
B. Mehdiratta M 98390 16191
Phone : 0522-2436040
Fax 2439198
bkm4360@sify.com
Narendra Kumar M 98394 48697
Phone : 0522-2436040
bkm436040@sify.com
Lucknow
AR
V 1049
Narvada Motors Pvt. Ltd.
13th, K.M., Near Sewa Hospital,
Sitapur Rd. Lucknow
Vishal Gupta M 94150 39135
Phone : 0522-2365222, 2360744
narveda@satyam.net.in
Narender Singh
Phone : 0522-2365222, 2360744
vihallko@sify.com
Meerut
AR
V 1026
Punjab Motors Works LCV Division
Delhi Road, Old Chungi, Meerut.
Rupinder Singh M 98370 37466
Phone : 0121-2518112, 2511481
Fax 2520471
punjabmotorworks@cjnet4u.com
31, Hirara Godown, Baghpet Road.
Meerut
Phone : 0121-2520948
Mr. S.S. Tomar M 94121 04888
punjabmotorworks@cjnet4u.com
Noida
AR
V 1003
Ajit Automotive Services Pvt. Ltd.
D-24, Sector 2, Gautam Buddh Nagar,
Noida 201301.
Sanjay Mehra M 98100 12307
M.R. Airwheels Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 4, Haritionpur, Rohania, Varanasi
Ranjeet Jaiswal
Phone : 0120 - 2548593, 2554769
Fax 2548693
ajitautomotive@satyam.net.in
Phone : 2554769
M 98102 22105
Phone : 0542 3104207
mrairwheels@rediffmail.com
Phone : 0542-2372635 (W)
Nitin Bouhiyal (W)
M 94120 63667
Varanasi
AR
V 7001
UTTARANCHAL
Dehradun
AR
V 1024
Bhargava Motors
Jogiwala Haridwar Road, Dehradun
Pradeep Bhargava
M 98370 22043, M 94120 51756
Phone : 0135-2669746
Garhwal
AR
V 1028
Sanjeev Motors
Naziabad Road, Kotdwar, Garhwal-346 149
Bajrang Lal Garg M 94121 81301
Phone : 01382 - 2222400
Haldwani
AR
V 1024
Bhargava Motors
Industrial Estate, Bareily Road, Haldwani
O.P. Bhargava M 98370 45366
Phone : 05946 -245340, 245339
Fax 245340
bhargavamotors@hotmail.com
6-24
Mukesh Thakur M 98373 18909
Phone : 05946-245133
bhargavamotors@yahoo.co.in
AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVES & SERVICE CENTERS
City / Status /
Dealer Code
Dealership Name / Address / Contact Person /
Contact No.
Show Room Phone / Fax / E-mail
Haldwani
SPD
S 7006
Beekay Distributors
MP-A 20, Transport Nagar, Rampur Road
Haldwani, Nainital
Girish Pandey
Phone : 05946-312938
Workshop Address / Phone / Fax /
Works Manager / Mobile No. / E-mail
WEST BENGAL
Durgapur
AR
V 2030
Jayshree Automobiles
Near Gandhi More, A.S.P. Road, Faridpur
Durgapur-713 213
Utpal Basu M 94340 02677
0343-2547903, 2547951
Fax 0343-2547951
jayshreeautomobiles@yahoo.co.uk
Howrah
EASC
S 2027
Kolkata
SPD
S 2019
Bakultala Body Builders
15A, Andul Road, Howrah - 711109
Gurjeet Singh M 98311 85824
Bharadwaj Auto Distributor Pvt Ltd
21, Bentinck Street, Kolkatta - 700001
Ajay Bharadwaj M 98310 28400
Phone : 033-26586065
Kolkata
AR
S 2029
Crystal Automobiles
121, Chittaranjan Avenue
Kolkata - 700073
Naresh Aggrawal M 98310 20330
Ragesh Aggrawal M 9831040277
Phone : 033-22217727-28,
22351768, Fax 22153770
crystalcal@vsnl.com
Kolkata
AR
S 2002
Monaco Sales Pvt Ltd
25/1, Chetla Central Road
Kolkatta - 700027
K.L.Dewan M 98300 56514
Monish Dewan M 98310 42107
Phone : 033-24484361-2
Fax 033-24795992
manoco@cl2.vsnl.net.in
Silliguri
AR
S 2027
Allied Automotive Industries
Sevoke Road, 2nd Mile, Silliguri - 734401
A.S.Mahalanobish M 94340 74174
Phone : 2545227, 2543392
2544120, Fax 2543358
alliedauto@sify.com
Andal More, G.T. Road, NH-2
P.O. Andal, Dt - Burdwan
Phone : 0341-2373122
Fax : 0341-2373122
Rajtilak Seth
M 94332 36526
jayshreeautoeicher@sanchar.net.in
Phone : 033-22485142, 22482165
22434448, Fax : 22486871 (PP)
spares@badpl.com
6-25
Alampur More, New Kolarah
NH 6, Howrah - 711302
Phone : 033-26691909, 30960795
Susanta Chakraborty
M 98312 88595
Manojit Mondal
M 98320 32330
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