Toro Utility Task Vehicle User manual

Toro Utility Task Vehicle User manual
This vehicle can be hazardous to
operate.
A collision or rollover can occur quickly, even during what you think are routine maneuvers such as driving or turning on flat terrain, driving on hills, or crossing obstacles, if you
fail to take proper precautions. For your safety, understand and follow all the warnings
contained in this Operator’s Manual and the labels on this vehicle.
Keep this Operator’s Manual with this vehicle at all times. The warning and instructional
labels should be considered permanent parts of the vehicle. If a warning or instructional
label comes off or becomes hard to read or you require a replacement manual, contact
Toro for a free replacement. Contact The Toro Company Customer Care Department,
RLC Division at 8111 Lyndale Ave. S, Bloomington, MN 55420.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL
CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations:
!
The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION!
BE ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
! WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION, without the safety alert symbol, is
used to address practices not related to personal injury.
 NOTE:
A NOTE provides key information to make procedures easier or more clear.
FREE ROV TRAINING
Free training is available for Recreation Off-Highway Vehicles (ROV) operators and passengers from Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association (ROHVA). The Toro Company
recommends that you complete this course before you first use your new ROV.
This web-based course takes approximately two hours to complete and presents you with a
certificate of accomplishment as soon as you complete the course.
The course does not have to be completed all at one time. It will remember where you left off
and bring you back to that point when you return.
To receive this free training, log on to www.ROHVA.org, click on “TAKE AN ROV ECOURSE FREE,” and complete the course.
California Proposition 65
! WARNING
This product contains or emits chemicals known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Always use common sense when
operating this vehicle.
Foreword
Congratulations and thank you for purchasing a Toro UTV700. Built with American
engineering and manufacturing know-how, it
is designed to provide superior ride, comfort,
utility, and dependable service.
You have chosen a quality Toro product
designed and manufactured to give
dependable service. Be sure, as the owner/
operator of this vehicle, to become thoroughly familiar with its basic operation,
maintenance, and storage procedures.
Read and understand the entire Operator’s
Manual before operating this vehicle to
ensure safe and proper use. Always operate the vehicle within your level of skill
and current terrain conditions.
This vehicle is designed primarily as an
off-road vehicle and is not intended for
extensive use on public roads. When
using the machine on public roads, follow all traffic regulations and use any
additional accessories that may be
required by law, such as lights, turn sig- Division II of this manual covers operator-related
maintenance,
operating
nals, and others as required.
instructions, and storage instructions. If
This utility vehicle is intended to be used major repair or service is ever required,
by professional, hired operators in com- contact an authorized Toro ROV dealer
mercial applications. This vehicle allows for professional service.
for the safe transport of an operator and
passengers in the identified seats. The bed At the time of publication, all informaof this vehicle is not suitable for any riders. tion and illustrations in Division II were
technically correct. Some illustrations
This Operator’s Manual is furnished to used in Division II are used for clarity
ensure that the operator is aware of safe purposes only and are not designed to
operating procedures. It also includes depict actual conditions. Because The
information about the general care and Toro Company constantly refines and
maintenance of this vehicle.
improves its products, no retroactive
Carefully read the following pages. If obligation is incurred.
you have any questions regarding this
vehicle, contact an authorized Toro ROV
Parts and Accessories
dealer for assistance. Remember, only
authorized Toro ROV dealers have the When in need of replacement parts, oil,
knowledge and facilities to provide you or accessories for this vehicle, be sure to
use only GENUINE Toro PARTS, OIL,
with the best service possible.
AND ACCESSORIES. Only genuine
Toro parts, oil, and accessories are engiProtect Your Sport
neered to meet the standards and require• Become familiar with all local and state/ ments of this vehicle. For a complete list
provincial laws governing ROV operation, of accessories, refer to the current Toro
• Respect your vehicle,
ROV Accessory Catalog.
• Respect the environment, and
• Respect private property and do not trespass.
To aid in service and maintenance proWe also advise you to strictly follow the cedures on this vehicle, a Service Manrecommended maintenance program as ual is available through your local Toro
outlined. This preventive maintenance ROV dealer and an Illustrated Parts
program is designed to ensure that all Manual is available at www.Toro.com.
critical components on this vehicle are
thoroughly inspected at various intervals. Operation of this vehicle is restricted to
people 16 years of age and older who
All information in this manual is based on the possess a valid driver’s license. Passenlatest product data and specifications avail- gers must be able to place both feet flat
able at the time of printing. The Toro Com- on the floor while keeping their back
pany reserves the right to make product against the back of the seat and the outchanges and improvements which may affect board passenger must hold on to an available hand hold.
illustrations or explanations without notice.
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Table of Contents
Foreword................................................. 1
Parts and Accessories .......................... 1
DIVISION I - SAFETY
Safety Alert............................................. 4
Warning and Instructional Labels .....5-6
Location of Parts and Controls ............ 7
Warnings ...........................................8-16
DIVISION II OPERATION/
MAINTENANCE
Specifications ...................................... 17
Vehicle Operation ...........................18-23
General Information........................24-36
Control Locations and Functions ...... 24
Occupant Side Restraints ................. 26
Cargo Box ......................................... 27
Power Steering.................................. 30
Speedometer/LCD ............................ 30
Electric Fuel Pump............................ 32
Gas Hoses ........................................ 32
Oil Level Stick ................................... 32
Load Capacity Ratings...................... 33
Trailering and Towing ........................ 33
Transporting ...................................... 34
Gasoline-Oil-Lubricant ...................... 34
Engine Break-In ................................36
Burnishing Brake Pads...................... 36
General Maintenance......................37-52
Maintenance Schedule .....................38
Liquid Cooling System ...................... 39
Shock Absorbers............................... 39
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General Lubrication ...........................40
Hydraulic Brake .................................42
Protective Rubber Boots ...................43
Battery...............................................44
Spark Plug.........................................46
Air Inlet Pre-Filter ..............................46
Air Filter .............................................47
Air Filter Housing Drains ...................48
Draining V-Belt Cover ........................48
Tires ..................................................48
Wheels ..............................................49
Muffler/Spark Arrester .......................49
Light Bulb Replacement ....................50
Checking/Adjusting Headlight Aim ....50
Fuses.................................................51
Electrical Output Terminals ...............51
Storage Compartment/Tools .............52
Seat Belts ..........................................52
Occupant Side Restraints..................52
ROPS ................................................52
Preparation for Storage .......................53
Preparation after Storage ....................54
Limited Warranty..................................55
Warranty Procedure/Owner
Responsibility...................................56
U.S. EPA Emission Control Statement/
Warranty Coverage (U.S. Only) .......57
Declaration of Conformity ...................58
Maintenance Record ...................... 61-62
Change of Address, Ownership, or
Warranty Transfer.............................59
Identification Numbers Record.... Inside
Back Cover
DIVISION I - SAFETY
This vehicle is not a toy and can be
hazardous to operate.
 NOTE: To view important safety information, please log on to
www.toro.com/en-us/safety (USA) or www.toro.com/en-ca/safety (Canada).
• Always go slowly and be extra careful when operating on unfamiliar terrain. Always be
alert to changing terrain conditions when operating this vehicle.
• Never operate on excessively rough, slippery, or loose terrain.
• Always follow proper procedures for turning as described in this manual. Practice turning at slow speeds before attempting to turn at faster speeds. Do not turn at excessive
speed.
• Always have the vehicle checked by an authorized Toro ROV dealer if it has been
involved in an accident.
• Never operate on hills too steep for your abilities. Practice on smaller hills before
attempting larger hills.
• Always follow proper procedures for climbing hills as described in this manual. Check
the terrain carefully before you start up any hill. Never climb hills with slippery or loose
surfaces. Never depress the accelerator suddenly or make gear changes while moving.
Never go over the top of any hill at high speed.
• Always follow proper procedures for going down hills and for braking on hills as
described in this manual. Check the terrain carefully before you start down any hill.
Never go down a hill at high speed. Avoid going down a hill at an angle which would
cause the vehicle to lean sharply to one side. Go straight down the hill where possible.
• Always be careful when you decide to climb or descend a hill and never turn on a hill.
Drive straight up or down inclines and not across them. If you must cross the side of a
hill, drive slowly and stop or turn downhill if you feel the vehicle may tip over.
• Always use proper procedures if you stall or roll backward when climbing a hill. To
avoid stalling, maintain a steady speed when climbing a hill. If you stall or roll backwards, follow the special procedure for braking described in this manual.
• Always check for obstacles before operating in a new area. Never attempt to operate
over large obstacles, such as large rocks or fallen trees. Always follow proper procedures when operating over obstacles as described in this manual.
• Always be careful of skidding or sliding. On slippery surfaces, such as ice, go slowly
and be very cautious in order to reduce the chance of skidding or sliding out of control.
• Never operate this vehicle in fast flowing water or in water deeper than the floorboard.
Wet brakes may have reduced stopping capability. Test your brakes after leaving water.
If necessary, apply them lightly several times to let friction dry out the pads.
• Always be sure there are no obstacles or people behind you when you operate in
reverse. When it is safe to proceed in reverse, look behind you and go slowly. Avoid
turning at sharp angles in reverse.
• Always use the size and type tires specified in this manual. Always maintain proper tire
pressure as described in this manual.
• Never improperly install or improperly use accessories on this vehicle.
• Never exceed the stated load capacity for this vehicle. Cargo should be properly distributed and securely attached. Reduce speed and follow instructions in this manual for carrying cargo or pulling a trailer and allow greater distance for braking.
• Operation of this vehicle is restricted to people 16 years of age and older who possess a
valid driver’s license. Passengers must be able to place both feet flat on the floor while
keeping their back against the back of the seat and the outboard passenger must hold on
to the hand hold.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Safety Alert
You should be aware that THIS VEHICLE IS NOT A TOY AND CAN BE
HAZARDOUS TO OPERATE. This
vehicle handles differently from other
vehicles, including motorcycles and cars.
A collision or rollover can occur quickly,
even during what you think are routine
maneuvers such as turning, driving on
hills, and going over obstacles, if you fail
to take proper precautions.
TO AVOID SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH:
* Always read the Operator’s Manual
carefully and follow the operating
procedures described. Pay special
attention to the warnings contained in
the manual and on all labels.
* Always wear the seat belt when operating or riding in this vehicle.
* Always follow these age recommendations:
• Operation of this vehicle is restricted
to people 16 years of age and older
who possess a valid driver’s license.
Passengers must be able to place both
feet flat on the floor while keeping
their back against the back of the seat
and the outboard passenger must hold
on to available hand hold.
* Never carry a passenger in the cargo
box of this vehicle.
* Never operate this vehicle on a public
road, even a dirt or gravel one,
because you may not be able to avoid
colliding with other vehicles.
* Never operate this vehicle without an
approved motorcycle helmet, eye
protection, boots, gloves, long pants
and a long-sleeved shirt or jacket.
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! WARNING
* Never consume alcohol or drugs
before or while operating this vehicle.
* Never operate this vehicle at excessive speeds. Go at a speed which is
proper for the terrain, visibility conditions, and your experience.
* Never attempt to do wheelies, jumps,
or other stunts.
* Always be careful when operating
this vehicle, especially when
approaching hills, turns, and obstacles and when operating on unfamiliar or rough terrain.
* Never operate this vehicle with the
cargo box lifted or removed.
* Never operate this vehicle in fast
flowing water or in water deeper than
the floorboard.
* Never operate this vehicle with the
ROPS removed. The ROPS provides
a structure helping to limit intrusions
by branches or other objects and may
reduce your risk of injury in accidents.
* Never put your hands or feet outside
the vehicle for any reason while the
vehicle is in motion. Do not hold onto
the ROPS or hip restraint bar. If you
think or feel the vehicle may tip, do
not put your hands or feet outside the
vehicle as they will not be able to prevent the vehicle from tipping. Any
part of your body (arms, legs, or
head) outside the vehicle can be
crushed by passing objects, the vehicle, or ROPS.
* Always fasten occupant side
restraints prior to moving the vehicle.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Warning and Instructional Labels
HDX191E
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autorisé VTT Toro pour le numéro de pièce 2436-306.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warning and Instructional Labels
HDX189A
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! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Location of Parts and Controls
1. Battery
2. Headlights
3. Tool Kit
4. Tailgate Latch
5. Reverse Override Switch
6. Outboard Passenger Hand Hold
HDX184A
7. Hip Restraint Bar
8. In-Dash Storage Compartment
9. Brake Pedal
10. Fuses
11. Ignition/Start Switch
12. Shift Lever
13. DC Power Outlets
TC001B
14. Accelerator Pedal
15. Cargo Box Latch Handle
16. Taillight/Brakelight
17. Operator’s Manual Location
18. Headlight Switch
19. Driver Seat Belt
20. Passenger Seat Belt (Right)
TC002A
21. Passenger Seat Belt (Center)
22. Drive Select Switch
23. Occupant Side Restraints
24. Hitch Receiver
25. Gas Tank Cap
26. Seat Belt Reminder Indicator Light
27. Occupant Side Restraint Latch
TC003A
28. Cargo Box Handle
29. Passenger Side Restraint Latch
30. Tilt Steering Lever
 NOTE: The vehicle you purchased
may differ slightly from those
shown in the figures of this manual.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle without proper instruction.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The risk of an accident is greatly increased if the operator does not know how to
operate this vehicle properly in different situations and on different types of terrain.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
All operators of this vehicle must read and understand this Operator’s Manual and
all warning and instruction labels prior to operating this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Allowing anyone under age 16 to operate this vehicle.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Use of this vehicle by children can lead to serious injury or death of the child.
Children under the age of 16 may not have the skills, abilities, or judgment needed
to operate this vehicle safely and may be involved in a serious accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Only people 16 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license should operate
this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Allowing passengers to ride in the cargo bed.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. This vehicle is not designed to carry passengers in the
cargo bed. Passengers in the cargo bed can be thrown around or from the vehicle
during operation or in an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not permit passengers to ride in the cargo bed. Do not install any seating in the
cargo bed.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle on public streets, roads, or highways.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You can collide with another vehicle.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle on any public street, road, or highway.
In many states it is illegal to operate a vehicle of this type on public streets, roads,
or highways. Always check state and local laws and regulations.
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! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle without wearing an approved
helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Operating without an approved helmet increases your
chances of a serious head injury or death in the event
of an accident.
Operating without eye protection can result in an accident and increases your chances of a serious injury
in the event of an accident.
Operating without protective clothing increases your
chances of serious injury in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always wear an approved helmet that fits properly.
You should also wear:
Eye protection (goggles or face shield)
Gloves
Boots
Long sleeved shirt or jacket
Long pants
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle after or while consuming alcohol or drugs.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could seriously affect your judgment.
Could cause you to react more slowly.
Could affect your balance and perception.
Could result in an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never consume alcohol or drugs before or while driving this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating or riding in the vehicle without wearing a properly-secured seat belt.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupants can strike objects in the passenger compartment, fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers, or be crushed or otherwise injured
in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT and require others to wear their seat belts. See
the Operation/Maintenance section of this manual for more information on using
your seat belt and both operator and passenger(s) wearing an approved helmet.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating or riding in the vehicle without occupant side restraints properly
secured.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupants or their body parts can strike objects outside
the vehicle, be crushed by the vehicle, or fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers
or in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not remove the occupant side restraints. Make sure both driver and passenger
occupant side restraints are secure before operating or riding in the vehicle. Stay
seated with your seat belt and helmet on and keep your body completely inside the
vehicle during operation. See the Operation/Maintenance section of this manual
for more information.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to keep all parts of your body inside the passenger compartment during
operation.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Body parts could strike objects outside of vehicle or be
crushed in the event of a rollover or accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not place your head, arms, hands, legs, or feet outside of the passenger compartment during operation. Stay seated with your seat belt and helmet on and
occupant side restraints properly secured. Keep your feet and legs inboard of the
foot restraints at all times. Do not attempt to stop movement or tipping of the vehicle with your hands or feet. Keep all body parts inside the passenger compartment. If you feel the vehicle tipping, brace your feet flat on the floor and keep
hands firmly gripping the steering wheel and the outboard passenger must hold on
to the hand hold.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle at excessive speeds.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases your chances or losing control of the vehicle, which can result in an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always ride at a speed that is proper for the terrain, visibility, load, and operating
conditions.
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! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Attempting abrupt maneuvers, sideways sliding, skidding, fishtailing, or donuts.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases the chance of an accident including a rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never attempt abrupt maneuvers, sideways sliding, skidding, fishtailing, or donuts.
Don’t try to show off.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to inspect this vehicle before operating.
Failure to properly maintain this vehicle.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases the possibility of an accident or equipment damage.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always inspect this vehicle each time you use it to make sure it is in safe operating
condition.
Always follow the inspection and maintenance procedures and schedules
described in this Operator’s Manual.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to use extra care when operating this vehicle on unfamiliar terrain.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You can come upon hidden rocks, bumps, or holes without enough time to react.
Could result in the vehicle overturning or going out of control.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Go slowly and be extra careful when operating on unfamiliar terrain.
Always be alert to changing terrain conditions when operating this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to use extra care when operating on rough, slippery, or loose terrain.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of traction or control, which could result in an accident including
a rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not operate on rough, slippery, or loose terrain until you have learned and practiced the skills necessary to control this vehicle on such terrain.
Always be especially cautious on these kinds of terrain.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to use care in turns; turning too sharply or aggressively.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The vehicle could go out of control causing a collision, tip over, or rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for turning as described in this Operator’s Manual. Practice turning at slow speeds before attempting to turn at faster speeds. Do
not turn at excessive speed or too sharply for the conditions and for your experience level. See the Operation/Maintenance section of this manual for more information on turning on flat ground, hills, sand, ice, mud, or water.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating on steep hills.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
This vehicle can overturn more easily on steep hills than on level surfaces or small
hills.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate the vehicle on hills too steep for the vehicle or for your abilities.
Practice on smaller hills before attempting larger hills.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating with the ROPS removed.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could lead to serious injury or death.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle with the ROPS removed.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Going down a hill improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for going down hills as described in this Operator’s Manual.
Always check the terrain carefully before you start down any hill.
Never go down a hill at high speed.
Avoid going down a hill at an angle that would cause the vehicle to lean sharply to
one side. Go straight down the hill where possible.
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! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Climbing hills improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle
to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for climbing hills as described in this Operator’s
Manual.
Always check the terrain carefully before you start up any hill.
Never climb hills with slippery or loose surfaces.
Never open the throttle suddenly or make sudden gear changes. The vehicle could
flip over backwards.
Never go over the top of any hill at high speed. An obstacle, a sharp drop, or
another vehicle or person could be on the other side of the hill.
Never Operate Up Or
Down Hills Steeper
Than 15°
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Crossing hills or turning on hills.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never attempt to turn the vehicle around on any hill. If you must cross the side of a
hill, drive slowly and stop or turn downhill if you feel the vehicle may tip.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Stalling, rolling backwards, or improperly dismounting while climbing a hill.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could result in the vehicle overturning.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Use proper gear and maintain steady speed when climbing a hill.
If you lose all forward speed:
Apply the brakes. Place the transmission in park after you
are stopped.
If you begin rolling backwards:
Apply the brakes while rolling backwards. When fully stopped, shift the
transmission into park.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Improperly operating in reverse.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You could hit an obstacle or person behind you, resulting in serious injury or death.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Before you engage reverse gear, make sure there are no obstacles or people
behind you. When it is safe to proceed, go slowly.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Improperly operating over obstacles.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or a collision. Could cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Before operating in a new area, check for obstacles.
Never attempt to ride over large obstacles, such as large rocks or fallen trees.
When you go over obstacles, always follow proper procedures as described in this
Operator’s Manual.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Skidding or sliding.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You could lose control of the vehicle.
You could also regain traction unexpectedly, which may cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Learn to safely control skidding or sliding by practicing at slow speeds and on
level, smooth terrain.
On extremely slippery surfaces, such as ice, go slowly and be very cautious in
order to reduce the chance of skidding or sliding out of control.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating the vehicle with improper tires or with improper or uneven tire pressure.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Use of improper tires on the vehicle, or operating the vehicle with improper or
uneven tire pressure, could cause loss of control increasing your risk of accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always use the size and type tires specified in this Operator’s Manual for this vehicle.
Always maintain proper tire pressure as described in this Operator’s Manual.
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! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Overloading the vehicle or carrying or towing cargo improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause changes in handling, which could lead to an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never exceed the stated load capacity for this vehicle.
Cargo should be properly distributed and securely attached.
Reduce speed when carrying cargo or pulling a trailer. Allow greater distance for braking.
Always follow the instructions in this Operator’s Manual for carrying cargo or pulling a trailer.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle through deep or fast flowing water.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Tires may float, causing loss of traction and loss of control, which could lead to an
accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle in fast flowing water or in water deeper than the floorboard.
Remember that wet brakes may have reduced stopping capability.
Test the brakes after leaving water. If necessary, apply them several times to dry
out the pads.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle with improper modifications.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Improper installation of accessories or modification of the vehicle may cause
changes in handling which, in some situations, could lead to an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never modify this vehicle through improper installation or improper use of accessories.
All parts and accessories added to this vehicle should be genuine Toro components
designed for use on this vehicle and should be installed and used according to instructions. If you have questions, consult an authorized Toro ROV dealer.
! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Warnings
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating through or over thick or sharp brush, timber, debris, or rocks.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Brush, branches, debris, and rocks can enter or penetrate the passenger compartment and strike occupants. Running over sharp
branches, rocks, or other large objects can also cause loss of control.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Be alert. Slow down. Wear all recommended protective gear specified in this Operator’s Manual. Avoid operating through or over thick brush, timber, debris, or large
rocks whenever possible. Watch for and avoid sharp branches, rocks, or other
large objects that could impede or impact the vehicle or enter the passenger compartment.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating the vehicle with differential lock engaged.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The increased steering effort and reduced maneuverability caused by the locked
differential could result in loss of control and an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never exceed 10 MPH (16 KPH) with the differential lock engaged. Always disengage the differential lock as soon as not needed for additional traction.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to avoid pinch-points when lowering the cargo box.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Fingers, hands, or arms could be seriously injured when lowering the cargo box.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always be aware of and avoid lowering cargo box until everyone is clear of pinchpoints.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Securing a person improperly in the vehicle due to physical size.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupant could strike objects in the passenger compartment, fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers, or be ejected and crushed in the
event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always make sure a passenger can sit with both feet flat on the floor and their back
against the seat while being able to reach any provided hand holds.
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DIVISION II - OPERATION/
MAINTENANCE
Specifications
ENGINE
Type
Four-Cycle/Liquid Cooled
Bore x Stroke
102 mm x 85 mm (4.01 x 3.4 in.)
Displacement
695 cc (42.4 cu in.)
Spark Plug Type
NGK CPR8E
Spark Plug Gap
0.5-0.6 mm (0.019-0.024 in.)
Brake Type
Four Wheel Hydraulic
CHASSIS
Length (Overall)
327.6 cm (129.0 in.)
Height (Overall)
200.6 cm (79.0 in.)
Width (Overall)
152.4 cm (60 in.)
Suspension Travel (Front/Rear)
25.4 cm (10 in.)
Tire Size (Front)
26 x 9R-14
Tire Size (Rear)
26 x 11R-14
Tire Inflation Pressure
138 kPa (20 psi)
MISCELLANY
Dry Weight (Approx)
618 kg (1363 lb)
ROPS Tested Curb Weight
680 kg (1500 lb)
Gas Tank Capacity
31 L (8.2 U.S. gal.)
Coolant Capacity
2.9 L (3.0 U.S. qt)
Differential Capacity
275 ml (9.3 fl oz)
Rear Drive Capacity
250 ml (8.5 fl oz)
Engine Oil Capacity (Approx)
1.9 L (2.0 U.S. qt)
Gasoline (Recommended)
87 Octane Regular Unleaded
Engine Oil (Recommended)
Toro 0W-40 All Weather Synthetic
Front Differential/Rear Drive Lubricant
SAE Approved 80W-90 Hypoid
Brake Fluid
DOT 4 Approved
Taillight/Brakelight
12V/8W/27W
Headlight
12V/27W (4)
Starting System
Electric
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Vehicle Operation
Pre-Start/Pre-Operation Checklist
Item
Remarks
Brake System
Pedal firm - near top of travel.
Fluid at proper level.
Check for fluid leaks.
Controls
Steering free - no binding - no excessive free-play.
Shift lever in park.
Accelerator free - no binding - returns to idle position.
Fluids
Coolant level to the bottom of the stand pipe in the radiator neck.
Check oil level.
Gas tank full of recommended gasoline.
Differential/rear drive at proper level.
Check for fluid leaks.
Suspension
Ball joints/tie rod ends free - secure.
Shocks not leaking - mountings secure.
Shock spring pre-load equal on left and right.
Components free of all debris.
Lights/Switches
Check headlight HI/LO beam - light switch to OFF.
Check taillight/brakelight - light switch to OFF.
Check drive select switch - set to 2WD.
Air Filter
Duck bill drains clear of all debris.
Ducting secure - no holes or tears.
Tires/Wheels
Properly inflated - tread adequate.
Check tires for cuts or tears.
Wheels secure to hubs - hubs secure to axles.
Check wheels for cracked or bent rims.
Seat Belts/Restraints
Check condition - proper operation - proper adjustment.
Nuts/Bolts/Fasteners
Check for loose nuts - bolts - tighten as necessary.
Check fasteners - latches - ROPS.
Secure hood, cargo box, seats.
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Starting the Vehicle
Shifting the
Always start with the vehicle on a flat, Continuously Variable
level surface. Carbon monoxide poison- Transmission (CVT)
ing can kill you, so keep the vehicle outCAUTION
side while it’s running. Follow these
steps to start it up:
Always come to a complete stop
attempting to shift from one
1. Step into the vehicle and sit down; then before
range to the other or into reverse or
fasten the operator seat belt and the park. Always shift on level ground or
passenger seat belts (if applicable) and apply the brakes.
strap on your approved helmet and
require your passengers to do the same  NOTE: The CVT is fully automatic
(if applicable). Check that the occupant and shifts as a function of engine
RPM and vehicle loading.
side restraints are secured in place.
1. To select high range from park, move
! WARNING
the shift lever upward through reverse
and neutral until the letter “H” is disFalling from a moving vehicle could
played on the liquid crystal display
result in serious injury or death.
(LCD).
Always fasten your seat belt securely
and ensure the passenger seat belt is
properly and securely fastened prior
to operating or riding in this vehicle.
2. Shift into park.
3. Depress the brake pedal.
4. Turn the ignition switch clockwise to
the START position; then when the
engine starts, release to the RUN
position. Do not increase engine RPM
above idle.
CAUTION
Increasing engine RPM above idle
while in Park will cause belt damage.
TC038
2. To select low range from high range,
move the shift lever upward one position until the letter “L” is displayed
on the LCD.
CAUTION
Do not run the starter motor for more
than eight seconds per starting
attempt. The starter motor may overheat causing severe starter motor
damage. Allow 15 seconds between
starting attempts to allow the starter
motor to cool.
5. Let the engine warm up.
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 NOTE: The high range is for normal driving with light loads. The low
range is for carrying heavy loads or
trailer towing. Compared to HIGH
range, the LOW range position provides slower speed and greater
torque to the wheels.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
Always shift into low range when
operating on wet or uneven terrain,
when towing or pushing heavy loads,
and when using a plow. Failure to follow this caution may result in premature V-belt failure or in damage to
related drive system components.
Never increase engine speed above
idle RPM when in park or belt damage
will occur.
3. To select reverse gear from park,
move the shift lever upward one position until the letter “R” is displayed
on the LCD.
Driving the Vehicle
Once the engine is warm, the vehicle is
ready to be driven.
1. With the engine idling, press the foot
brake pedal to apply the brake; then
select the appropriate operating range
and/or direction with the shift lever.
2. Release the foot brake pedal and
press the accelerator to slowly add
power to start moving.
3. To slow down or stop, release the
accelerator and press the foot brake
pedal as necessary to slow or stop the
vehicle.
Braking/Stopping
Always allow plenty of room and time to
4. To select neutral from park, move the stop smoothly. Sometimes quick stops
shift lever upward two positions until are inevitable, so always be prepared.
the letter “N” is displayed on the LCD. Whether you’re stopping slowly or stopping quickly, do this:
TC040
1. Release the accelerator; then press the
foot brake pedal to apply the brake.
2. If the wheels lock, release them for a
second; then apply them again. On
surfaces such as ice, mud, or loose
gravel, pump the brake pedal rapidly.
TC041
5. To select park, move the shift lever
completely down until the letter “P”
is displayed on the LCD gauge.
3. Never “ride” the brake. Even maintaining minimal pressure on the brake
pedal will cause the brake pads to
drag on the disc and may overheat the
brake fluid.
! WARNING
Excessive repetitive use of the
hydraulic brake for high speed stops
will cause overheating of the brake
fluid and premature brake pad wear
which will result in an unexpected
loss of brakes.
TC042
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! WARNING
Use only DOT 4 approved brake fluid.
Never substitute or mix different
types or grades of brake fluid. Brake
loss can result. Check brake fluid
level and pad wear before each use.
Brake loss can result in serious
injury or death.
Parking
Parking involves following the previous
rules for braking; then:
1. After the vehicle stops, shift into park.
2. Then turn off the ignition.
! WARNING
Avoid parking this vehicle on hills.
The shift lever could inadvertently be
moved from park and allow the vehicle to roll downhill causing personal
injury or property damage.
3. If you have to park on a hill, shift to
park and block the wheels on the
downhill side.
Basic Turns
Steering effort is at its lowest in two-wheel
drive (2WD). Greater effort is needed when
in four-wheel drive (4WD). The greatest
effort is needed when in four-wheel drive
and the differential is locked. Never exceed
16 kph (10 mph) in the LOCK position.
! WARNING
Use care in turns - turning the steering
wheel too far or too fast can result in
loss of control or a rollover. Excessive
speed, driving aggressively, or making
abrupt maneuvers, even on flat, open
areas, can cause loss of control, tipping, or rollover. Uneven terrain, rough
terrain, soft surfaces, slippery surfaces, and paved surfaces can also
cause a loss of control or rollover in a
turn. On loose or soft surfaces, allow
yourself more time and distance to
turn and slow down.
Driving Uphill
Always drive straight up the hill and
always avoid hills steeper than 15°.
1. Keep both hands on the wheel.
2. Prior to starting the climb, shift into
low range, select four-wheel drive for
traction, and gradually press the accelerator; then maintain a constant speed.
! WARNING
Do not attempt to turn around on a hill.
! WARNING
Driving up hills improperly can cause
loss of control of the vehicle resulting in serious injury or even death.
Use extreme care when driving in
hilly terrain.
Slow down before entering a turn. The
basic turning technique is to drive at low
3. If the vehicle stalls on a hill, press
speed and gradually adjust the amount of
the foot brake pedal to apply the
steering to suit the driving surface. Do
brake, shift into reverse, and slowly
not make sudden sharp turns on any surback down the hill. Do not attempt
face. Refer to the sub-sections Driving
to turn around on a hill.
Uphill, Driving Downhill, Crossing
Obstacles, Driving in Reverse, Skidding NEVER OPERATE UP OR
or Sliding, Crossing Water, or Crossing
DOWN HILLS STEEPER
Roads for more information.
If your vehicle ever skids sideways
during a turn, steer in the direction of the
skid. Also, avoid hard braking or accelerating until you have regained directional
control.
THAN 15°
Driving Downhill
Always drive straight down the hill and
always avoid hills steeper than 15°.
1. Keep both hands on the wheel.
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2. Prior to descending the hill, shift into
low range and release the accelerator
to allow maximum engine braking.
Do not use four-wheel drive when
descending a hill. Engine braking can
cause the front wheels to slide reducing steering control.
 NOTE: If there is any question
about your ability to cross the obstacle safely, you should turn around if
the ground is flat and you have room
or back up until you find a less difficult path.
Driving in Reverse
 NOTE: Use minimum braking (as When operating in reverse, avoid sharp
necessary) to maintain a slow speed. turns and backing down a hill. When
using reverse, follow these guidelines:
! WARNING
Do not attempt to turn around on a hill.
! WARNING
Driving down hills improperly can
cause loss of control of the vehicle
resulting in serious injury or death.
Never drive downhill at a high rate of
speed. Use extreme care when driving in hilly terrain.
Crossing Obstacles
1. Back up slowly. It’s hard to see
behind you.
 NOTE: Avoid sudden
while backing up.
braking
2. If possible, it is advisable to have
someone “spotting” for you while
backing up.
3. If you are unsure of what is behind
the vehicle, place the transmission in
park and get out and inspect the area
behind.
Crossing obstacles can be hazardous.
There is always the possibility of the
vehicle tipping. If you cannot go around Skidding or Sliding
an obstacle, follow these guidelines:
If you lose control after hitting sand, ice,
mud, or water, follow these guidelines:
1. Stop the vehicle and shift into park.
1. Turn the steering wheel into the direcGo out to inspect the obstacle thortion of the slide.
oughly from both your approach side
and the exit side. If you believe you
2. Keep your foot off the brake until
can cross the obstacle safely, select
you’re out of the skid.
four-wheel drive (4WD).
3. Stop and shift into four-wheel drive.
 NOTE: Selecting the LOCK position on the differential lock control Crossing Water
may be beneficial; however, steer- This vehicle can only operate in water up
ing effort will be greatly increased.
to its floorboard. Stay away from fast
2. Approach the obstacle as close as possi- moving rivers. This vehicle’s tires can be
buoyant. In deep water, the vehicle may
ble to 90° to minimize vehicle tipping.
lose traction due to floating.
3. Keep speed slow enough to maintain
1. Physically check the depth and current
control but fast enough to maintain
of the water, especially if you can’t see
momentum.
the bottom. Also, check for boulders,
4. Use only enough power to cross the
logs, or any other hidden obstacles.
obstacle but still give yourself plenty
2. Keep speed slow while maintaining
of time to react to changes in condimomentum.
tions. Crawl over the obstacle.
3. Make sure you have a way out on the
! WARNING
other side of the water.
Striking hidden obstacles can cause
serious injury or death. Reduce
speed and proceed with care in unfamiliar terrain.
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4. Once you’ve cleared the water,
briefly apply the brakes to make sure
they work.
 NOTE: Light pedal pressure or
pumping the brakes for a short distance will aid in drying the brakes.
Crossing Roads
It may be necessary to cross a road or highway. If so, note the following guidelines.
1. Stop completely on the shoulder of
the road.
2. Check both directions for traffic.
3. Crossing near a blind corner or intersection is dangerous; avoid it if at all
possible.
4. Drive straight across to the opposite
shoulder.
2. If the tires are frozen to the ground,
pour warm water around them to melt
the ice.
CAUTION
Before riding, manually move the
vehicle forward and backward to
make certain that all wheels roll freely.
3. If the brakes are frozen, use a suitable
heating device to thaw out the brakes.
! WARNING
Do not attempt to free frozen brakes
by pouring warm water on the brake
pads and housings.
5. Take into account that this vehicle  NOTE: After the brakes thaw, dry
could stall while crossing; give your- them by applying them several
times while riding slowly.
self enough time to get off the road.
6. You have to assume that oncoming  NOTE: After riding through water,
cars don’t see you, and if they do, they mud, snow, or slush, it is important
won’t be able to predict your actions. to dry the brakes before parking the
vehicle.
7. It’s illegal to cross public roads in
some places. Know your local laws.
! WARNING
Cold Weather Driving
 NOTE: Check that all control levers
and the pedals move freely. Make
sure that the floorboard is free of ice
and snow.
! WARNING
For your personal safety, it is very
important to wear the type and amount
of cold-weather clothing according to
the coldest anticipated temperatures.
1. With the transmission in neutral, move
the vehicle forward and backward to
check that the wheels roll freely. If the
vehicle will not roll, the tires may be
frozen to the ground or the brake pads
may be frozen to the discs.
Go slowly and be extra careful when
riding on snow-covered or ice-covered terrain. Always be alert to
changing terrain conditions when
operating the vehicle.
! WARNING
Do not operate this vehicle on a frozen body of water. The vehicle could
break through the ice causing serious injury or death.
4. Practice driving in an open snow-covered or ice-covered area at slow
speeds before driving on snow-covered or ice-covered trails.
5. Learn how the vehicle responds to
steering and braking on the type of
terrain to be encountered on the ride.
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General Information
Control Locations and
Functions
Ignition Switch Key
Two keys come with this vehicle. Keep
the spare key in a safe place.
Ignition Switch
The ignition switch has three positions.
TC037
Drive Select Switch
ATV-0056A
OFF position — All electrical circuits
except the accessory are off. The engine
will not start. The key can be removed in
this position.
 NOTE: The accessory plugs are
powered by the battery at all times.
RUN position — The ignition circuit is
complete and the engine can run. The key
cannot be removed in this position.
HDX108C
This switch allows the operator to operate the vehicle in either two-wheel drive
(rear wheels) or four-wheel drive (all
wheels) as well as mechanically lock the
differential to apply equal power to both
front wheels. For normal riding on flat,
dry, hard surfaces, two-wheel drive
should be sufficient. In situations when
additional traction is necessary, fourwheel drive would be the desired choice.
START position — The ignition circuit
is complete and the starter is engaged.
When the key is released, the switch will
return to the RUN position. The key canTo select 2WD, depress the bottom of the
not be removed in this position.
switch. To select 4WD, move the switch
 NOTE: This vehicle has safety to the middle position. To engage the difinterlock switches which prevent ferential lock, slide the switch latch
the starter motor from activating slightly downward while pressing the top
when the transmission is not in of the switch forward.
neutral. Depress and hold the brake
pedal to engage starter when the
CAUTION
transmission is not in neutral.
Shift Lever
This vehicle is equipped with a constant
velocity transmission (CVT) coupled to a
dual-range transmission with reverse and
park.
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Do not attempt to either engage or
disengage the front differential while
the vehicle is moving.
 NOTE: When the differential lock
is engaged, the indicator light will be
illuminated.
! WARNING
The differential lock is intended for use
where minimum traction is available.
NEVER EXCEED 16 kph (10 MPH) with
the front differential lock engaged.
Maneuverability and handling characteristics will differ with the differential
lock engaged. Control loss can result
in serious injury or death.
Foot Brake
The foot brake is the only service brake,
and it should be applied whenever braking is needed.
Apply the brake by pressing the brake
pedal down.
PR880A
! WARNING
Make sure the steering wheel is locked
securely in place before moving the
vehicle, or steering wheel movement
could occur causing loss of control.
Headlight Switch
Tilt Steering Latch
Pull on the lever located on the steering
column and move the steering wheel to
the desired position; then release the
lever and make sure the steering wheel
locks securely.
HDX108A
Use the headlight switch to select the
high or low headlight beam. When the
switch is in the HI position, the high
beam will illuminate. When the switch is
in the LO position, the low beam will
illuminate.
Reverse Override Switch
This vehicle is equipped with a reverse
speed limiter system. When additional
! WARNING
RPM is needed in reverse, depress and
Make sure the steering wheel is locked hold the override switch located on the
securely in place before moving the dash.
WT002A
vehicle, or steering wheel movement
could occur causing loss of control.
HDX108B
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 NOTE: The vehicle must be in 4WD
to activate the reverse override.
! WARNING
Never activate the override switch
while the throttle is open as a loss of
control could result.
Accelerator Pedal
Press down on the pedal to increase
engine RPM and vehicle speed; release
the pedal to decrease engine RPM and
vehicle speed.
 NOTE: This vehicle is equipped
with an RPM limiter that retards
ignition timing when maximum
RPM is approached. When the RPM
limiter is activated, it could be misinterpreted as a high-speed misfire.
Seat
1. To remove the seat, lift up on the
front of the seat; then slide it forward.
1. Place the seat belt across your lap as
low as possible without twisting the
belt making sure the shoulder strap is
below the neck and across the chest.
! WARNING
Only appropriate-sized passengers
may ride in this vehicle. Passengers
must be able to place both feet flat on
the floor while keeping their back
against the back of the seat and holding on to available hand holds.
2. Push the latch-plate into the buckle
slot until it “clicks” and latches
securely. The belt will retract when
the buckle is released.
! WARNING
Falling outside a moving vehicle
could result in serious injury or
death. Always fasten your seat belt
securely and ensure the passenger
seat belt is properly and securely fastened prior to operating or riding in
this vehicle.
2. To lock the seat into position, slide
the rear of the seat into the seat retainers and push down firmly on the front Occupant Side
of seat. The seat must engage the Restraints
retainers and lock into position.
In addition to the seat belts, there are leftand right-side restraints to restrict arms
! WARNING
or legs from extending outside the vehiMake sure the seat is secure before cle. The restraints should always be
driving the vehicle. Serious injury or secured when the vehicle is moving.
death could result if the seat is not
properly secured.
To secure the restraint, connect the
restraint buckle to the foot restraint latch
 NOTE: To remove the seat base bracket. To release the restraint, press the
and seat back, first remove the four release button in the center of the buckle.
screws securing the seat back and
set the seat back aside. Remove the
screws securing the seat base and
set the seat base aside.
Seat Belts
This vehicle is equipped with seat belts
for the operator and two passengers. To
fasten and release the seat belt properly,
use the following procedure.
HDX187A
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HDX188
Cargo Box
The cargo box on this ROV can be converted to a “flat-bed” cargo platform. To
convert your cargo box to a flat-bed, use
the following procedure.
HDX113A
3. Open the tailgate and remove the
machine screws securing the stopcables to the tailgate. Note the correct
orientation of the bushings to the
cable ends and tailgate.
1. Remove all cargo from the box; then
remove the left and right forward tie
bolts.
HDX114A
4. Lift off the left and right cargo box
panels; then remove the tailgate from
the cargo bed.
TC006
2. Raise the cargo box; then loosen the
four retaining bolts securing the side
panels in the stake pockets; then
lower the box.
HDX117
HDX112A
HDX115A
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5. Remove the stake pocket retaining
bolts, jam nuts, and forward tie bolt
clip nuts and secure in a safe place
with the machine screws and bushings from the tailgate.
4. Install the left and right side clip nuts
onto the frame; then install and
tighten the forward tie bolts securely.
HDX116A
HDX116A
To convert flat-bed to cargo box, use the
following procedure.
1. Set the tailgate into position in the
cargo bed; then lift the cargo bed
making sure the tailgate clears any
receiver hitch attachments.
5. Tighten the four stake pocket retaining bolts to 34 N-m (25 ft-lb) making
sure the cargo box side panels are
resting firmly on the cargo bed; then
tighten the jam-nuts to 20 N-m (15 ftlb). Lower the cargo box.
HDX112A
HDX117A
2. Install the stake pocket retaining bolts
and jam nuts leaving clearance to
install side panel stakes.
HDX113A
HDX118A
3. Set the left and right cargo box side
panels into place on the cargo bed
engaging the stakes into the side
pockets.
HDX122
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6. Secure the tailgate stop-cables to the
tailgate with the machine screws and
bushings making sure the bushing
engages the cable as shown. Tighten
to 2.7 N-m (24 in.-lb).
1. To open the tailgate, pull the latch
handles (located on the end of the
tailgate).
2. To close the tailgate, lift up and push
forward firmly. Hook the latch bails and
push the handles forward over center.
HDX123
TC009
Cargo Box Tie Downs
The cargo box has numerous tie down Cargo Box Latch Handles
locations around the top perimeter.
Always secure cargo with tie down straps
to avoid shifting or damage to cargo.
TC008A
HDX094A
1. To raise the cargo box, lift the latch
handle upward; then raise the cargo
box.
CAUTION
When using ratchet-type straps, do
not over tighten or damage to the
cargo box could occur.
 NOTE: Always refer to the Load
Capacity Ratings chart in this manual when loading and hauling cargo.
Tailgate Latches
HDX094
2. To lower the cargo box, use the box
handle to push down firmly on the
front of the box. The box will automatically lock into position and an audible
“click” will be heard.
TC010
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Power Steering
Certain vehicles were produced with an
Electronic Power Steering (EPS) system
to reduce steering effort and driver
fatigue over a broad range of operating
conditions.
The EPS system engages when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position
and disengages after approximately five
minutes (to conserve battery power) if
the engine is not running.
This system is entirely maintenance-free:
no adjustment or servicing is required.
There are no fluids to check or change,
and the EPS system is entirely self-contained and sealed to protect it from the
elements.
Code
Fault Description
C1320 Incorrect Vehicle Speed-to-RPM
Ratio
C1321 Vehicle Speed Erratic
C1322 Engine RPM Lost
C1323 "EPS OFF" Gauge Display
C1324 Loss of CAN communication with
EPS unit
C1325 Dual Loss
C1326 Rotor Position Encoder
C1327 Voltage Converter Error (Low)
C1328 Voltage Converter Error (High)
C1329 Internal Data Error
 NOTE: Turn the key switch to the
OFF position then back to the ON
position to reset the malfunction
code. If the code continues to be displayed, take your vehicle to an authoThe EPS system is battery system pow- rized Toro ROV dealer for EPS system
ered; therefore, the battery must be in servicing before resuming operation.
good condition and fully charged. Power
delivery and overload protection is proCAUTION
vided by an EPS relay and 30-amp fuse
located under the passenger seat in the Never operate this vehicle with an
EPS code indicated on the LCD
Power Distribution Module (PDM).
gauge/speedometer. This indicates a
The system is self-monitored and will malfunction in the EPS system condisplay a malfunction code on the LCD trol circuit and could result in a loss
gauge/speedometer should an EPS sys- of power steering assist.
tem control circuit problem occur. Do not In the event of electrical power failure,
operate the vehicle with an EPS malfunc- the EPS system becomes disabled (simition code displayed.
lar to an automobile with the engine shut
off). Steering effort increases but steering
Code
Fault Description
control can be maintained.
C1301
C1302
C1303
C1304
C1305
C1306
C1307
C1308
C1309
C1310
C1311
C1312
C1313
C1314
C1315
C1316
C1317
C1318
C1319
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Over Current
Excessive Current Error
Torque Sensor Range Fault
Torque Sensor Linearity Fault
Rotor Position Encoder
System Voltage Low
System Voltage High
Temperature Above 110° C
Temperature Above 120° C
Vehicle Speed High
Vehicle Speed Low
Vehicle Speed Faulty
Engine RPM High
Engine RPM Low
Engine RPM Faulty
EEPROM Error
CAN Bus Error
Internal CRC Error
Boot Counter Exceeded
Speedometer/LCD
TC015
1. Speedometer/Tachometer/Condition
Warning Display - Indicates the
approximate vehicle speed (MPH or
km/h) or RPM. Warns of a system
error condition requiring attention.
The LCD will go blank except the
word VOLT will flash on the LCD
whenever a low voltage (<9 DC volts)
or a high voltage (>16 DC volts) is
detected. When voltage returns to normal, the gauge must be reset by turning
the ignition key to the OFF position
and then to the ON position.
A. With the ignition switch ON, press
and release the Mode Button until
the Clock/Engine Hour Meter is
displayed; then (if necessary) press
and release the Set/Reset Button to
the clock display.
B. Press and hold Set/Reset Button
until minutes stop scrolling and the
hour display starts to scroll.
Momentarily release when correct
hour is displayed; then repeatedly
press and release Set/Reset Button
until correct minutes are displayed.
A diagnostic trouble code (DTC) will
flash on the LCD whenever an electronic fuel injection (EFI) system
error is detected. After 30 seconds,
the gauge will return to normal, but
the code will continue to flash until
 NOTE: Approximately two seconds
the malfunction is corrected.
after releasing either Button, the
 NOTE: Take the ROV to an autho- LCD will return to normal operation.
rized Toro ROV dealer to have the
error corrected and the system error  NOTE: Clock memory power is
supplied through the 15-amp accesreset as soon as possible.
sory fuse and verified during gauge
2. Fuel Level Indicator - Indicates “power-up” and reset. In the event of
approximate amount of gasoline in clock memory power failure (blown
fuse, etc.), the gauge will “powerthe gas tank.
up,” reset, and shut down repeatedly
 NOTE: When the bottom segment until clock memory power is
flashes, approximately 3.5 L (0.92 U.S. restored. Always check the 15-amp
gal.) of gasoline remains in the tank.
accessory fuse if this gauge condition is noted.
3. Mode Button - Press and release to
shift the gauge between MPH or km/h  NOTE: The engine hour meter will
and RPM. Press and hold to switch not activate until engine speed
exceeds 500 RPM.
between MPH and km/h.
6. Gear Position Indicator - Indicates
4. Set/Reset Button - Press and release
which gear is selected - R (reverse)/N
to shift between Odometer, Trip 1,
(neutral)/H (high range)/L (low
Trip 2, Engine Hour Meter, and
range)/P (park).
Clock. Press and hold while Trip 1 or
Trip 2 are selected to clear the
selected trip. The odometer cannot be  NOTE: An E will be displayed if
there is an error caused by a no-shift
reset.
position signal.
5. Odometer/Trip Meter/Clock/Engine
Hour Meter - Displays odometer
(total distance the vehicle has traveled) or one of two trip meters used to
measure trips or trip legs corresponding to the function selected (MPH or
km/h). The clock function indicates
time in the 12 hour mode. The hour
meter indicates the total time the
ROV has run and cannot be reset to
zero. To set the clock, use the following procedure.
7. Engine Hour Meter Indicator - Indicates engine hour meter mode is
selected on the display.
8. Speedometer/Tachometer Indicator Indicates which mode (MPH, km/h,
or RPM) is being displayed.
9. 4WD Lock Indicator - Displays
LOCK when the front differential
lock has been engaged.
10. Drive Select Indicator - Displays
4WD when selected by the drive
select switch or when the 4WD lock
is engaged. The display is blank when
in 2WD.
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11. High Beam Indicator - Appears when
the headlights are on high beam.
2. From the left side, unscrew the oil level
stick and wipe it with a clean cloth.
12. Temperature Indicator - The speedometer/tachometer needle will sweep full
scale and the LCD will go blank except
the high temperature icon will flash.
After 30 seconds, the speedometer/
tachometer needle and LCD will return
to normal, but the temperature icon will
continue to flash. The icon should not
be visible during normal operation.
13. Odometer/Trip Meter Indicator Display - Displays which function (ODO,
Trip, or Trip 2) is selected.
PR053B
3. Install the oil level stick.
14. Wrench Indicator - Displayed in con-  NOTE: The oil level stick should be
junction with a DTC whenever an threaded in for checking purposes.
EFI system error is detected.
4. Remove the oil level stick; the engine
15. Seat Belt Indicator - Displayed whenoil level must be within the operating
ever the driver’s seat belt is not fasrange but not exceeding the upper mark.
tened.
GZ461A
TC036A
Electric Fuel Pump
An electric fuel pump is mounted in the
gas tank to deliver gasoline to the fuel
injector. The fuel pump operates when
the ignition switch is turned to the ON or
START position.
5. To add oil, remove the seat, oil fill cap
access cover, and oil fill cap (using a
27 mm socket). After adding oil,
install the fill cap and tighten to 16 ftlb; then install the cover and seat.
Gas Hoses
Replace the gas hose every two years. Damage from aging may not always be visible.
Oil Level Stick
There is an oil level stick for checking
the engine oil level. To check the oil
level, use the following procedure.
 NOTE: The vehicle should be on
level ground when checking the
engine oil level.
1. Lift the cargo box.
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HDX022A
CAUTION
Do not overfill the engine with oil.
Always make sure the oil level is
within operating range.
Load Capacity Ratings
This vehicle must always be loaded in
accordance with the Load Capacity Ratings chart. Under no circumstances
should the Vehicle Load Capacity or the
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) rating ever
be exceeded.
! WARNING
Overloading this vehicle could result
in loss of control resulting in serious
injury or death.
This vehicle is equipped with a framemounted receiver (front and rear) for a
standard 5.1 cm (2 in.) receiver hitch.
The standard receiver hitch must be purchased separately.
! WARNING
Make sure that the load in the trailer is
properly secured and will not shift while
moving. Also, do not overload the trailer.
When loading a trailer properly, two
items are critical: Gross Trailer Weight
(the weight of the trailer plus cargo) and
Load Capacity Ratings
Item
Specifications Trailer Tongue Weight.
Vehicle Load Capacity
Tongue Weight
Rear Tongue and Cargo
Weight (max)
Towing Capacity
1500 lb 680 kg
150 lb 68 kg
! WARNING
1000 lb 454 kg
Never exceed any of the vehicle
weight restrictions.
1500 lb 680 kg
Trailer Tongue Weight is the downward
Vehicle Load Capacity - Total weight of force exerted on the hitch by the trailer
operator, passenger(s), trailer tongue coupler when the trailer is fully loaded
and the coupler is at its normal towing
weight, accessories, and cargo.
height. Refer to the Load Capacity RatTongue Weight - Weight of trailer ings chart for tongue weight information.
tongue on hitch.
Always maintain a slow speed when
Accessory Weight - Winch, gun scab- trailering and towing and avoid sudden
accelerations, quick maneuvers, and sudbard brackets, etc.
den stops. Braking distance will be
Rear Tongue and Cargo Weight - Total affected when towing a trailer. When
weight of trailer tongue and cargo in the towing a trailer, always maintain slow
box.
speed and allow more stopping distance
than when not towing a trailer.
Towing Capacity - Total weight of
trailer and all cargo in the trailer.
Trailering and Towing
HDX062A
! WARNING
Driving this vehicle without extra caution when towing a trailer will be hazardous. Trailer towing can affect the
handling and braking of the vehicle.
Tow only at low speeds and never
exceed 16 kph (10 mph). Avoid sudden accelerations and stopping of
the vehicle. Do not make quick
maneuvers. Avoid uneven surfaces
and do not tow on hills. Never carry
passengers in a trailer unless the
trailer is designed for such use and
has a rigid tow bar. Allow more stopping distance than when not towing a
trailer.
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Transporting
 NOTE: When transporting the
vehicle, make sure the vehicle is in
park.
This vehicle must be transported in its
normal operating position (on all four
wheels) and secured with hold-down
straps in the proper areas. Shown is the
minimum number of hold-down straps to
be used.
! WARNING
Use extreme caution when operating
a machine on a ramp.
Ensure that the ROPS will clear the
top of an enclosed trailer.
Use only a full-width ramp; do not use
individual ramps for each side of the
machine.
Do not exceed a 15-degree angle
between the ramp and the ground or
between the ramp and the trailer or
truck.
Ensure the length of ramp is at least
four times (4X) as long as the height
of the trailer or truck bed to the
ground. This will ensure that ramp
angle does not exceed 15-degrees on
flat ground.
Avoid sudden acceleration or deceleration while driving the machine on
a ramp as this could cause a loss of
control or a tip-over situation.
PR075A
PR073A
CAUTION
If using additional hold-down straps
in any other areas, care must be
taken not to damage the vehicle.
TC028
Gasoline-Oil-Lubricant
Recommended Gasoline
The recommended gasoline to use in this
vehicle is 87 minimum octane regular
unleaded. In many areas, oxygenates are
added to the gasoline. Oxygenated gasolines containing up to 10% ethanol or 5%
methane are acceptable gasolines.
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When using ethanol blended gasoline, it is
not necessary to add a gasoline antifreeze
since ethanol will prevent the accumulation of moisture in the fuel system.
CAUTION
Do not use white gas. Only recommended gasoline additives should be
used.
Recommended Engine/
Transmission Oil
CAUTION
Any oil used in place of the recommended oil could cause serious
engine damage. Do not use oils which
contain graphite or molybdenum additives. These oils can adversely affect
clutch operation. Also, not recommended are racing, vegetable, nondetergent, and castor-based oils.
The recommended oil to use is Toro 0W40 All Weather synthetic engine oil,
which has been specifically formulated
for use in this engine. Although Toro 0W40 All Weather synthetic engine oil is the
only oil recommended for use in this
engine, use of any API certified SM 0W40 synthetic oil is acceptable.
Recommended Front
Differential/Rear Drive
Lubricant
 NOTE: Toro recommends the use
of genuine Toro lubricants.
The recommended front differential/rear
drive lubricant is SAE approved 80W-90
hypoid. This lubricant meets all of the
lubrication requirements of this vehicle.
CAUTION
Any lubricant used in place of the
recommended lubricant could cause
serious front differential/rear drive
damage.
Filling Gas Tank
! WARNING
Always fill the gas tank in a well-ventilated area. Never add gasoline to the
gas tank near any open flames or with
the engine running or hot. DO NOT
SMOKE while filling the gas tank.
Since gasoline expands as its temperature
increases, the gas tank must be filled to
its rated capacity only. Expansion room
must be maintained in the tank particularly if the tank is filled with cold gasoline and then moved to a warm area.
Allow the engine to cool before filling the
gas tank. Care must be taken not to overfill the tank past the full mark. If overfilled, gas may leak out creating a fire
hazard.
OILCHARTJ
 NOTE: If the vehicle will be operated under severe conditions
(heavy pulling or loading, extremely
high ambient air temperatures, or
extended high-speed operation),
Toro recommends installing an
engine oil cooler kit if not so
equipped. For additional information, see your local authorized Toro
ROV dealer.
ROV353A
! WARNING
Do not over-flow gasoline when filling
the gas tank. A fire hazard could
materialize. Always allow the engine
to cool before filling the gas tank.
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Tighten the gas tank cap securely after When the engine starts, allow it to warm up
filling the tank.
properly. Idle the engine several minutes
until the engine has reached normal operating temperature. Do not idle the engine for
! WARNING
excessively long periods of time.
Do not overfill the gas tank.
Engine Break-In
Burnishing Brake Pads
Brake pads must be burnished to achieve
After the completion of the break-in full braking effectiveness. Braking disperiod, the engine oil and oil filter should tance will be extended until brake pads are
be changed. Other maintenance after properly burnished.
break-in should include checking of all
prescribed adjustments and tightening of
! WARNING
all fasteners. At the discretion and
expense of the owner/operator, the vehi- Do not attempt sudden stops or put
cle may be taken to an authorized Toro yourself into a situation where a sudROV dealer for this initial service.
den stop will be required until the
New vehicles and engines require a
“break-in” period. The first month is
most critical to the life of this vehicle.
Proper operation during this break-in
period will help assure maximum life and
performance from this vehicle.
During the first 10 hours of operation,
always use less than ½ throttle. Varying the
engine RPM during the break-in period
allows the components to “load” (aiding the
engine/transmission component mating
process) and then “unload” (allowing components to cool). Although it is essential to
place some stress on the engine components during break-in, care should be taken
not to overload the engine too often. Do not
pull a trailer during the break-in period.
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brake pads are properly burnished.
1. Choose an area sufficiently large to
safely accelerate to 50 km/h (30 mph)
and to brake to a stop.
2. Accelerate to 50 km/h (30 mph); then
press brake pedal to decelerate to 0-8
km/h (0-5 mph).
3. Repeat procedure twenty times.
General Maintenance
 NOTE: Proper maintenance of the
ROV is important for optimum performance. Follow the Maintenance
Schedule and all ensuing maintenance and care instructions/information.
If, at any time, abnormal noises, vibrations, or improper functioning of any
component of this vehicle is detected,
DO NOT OPERATE THE VEHICLE.
Take the vehicle to an authorized Toro
ROV dealer for inspection and adjustment or repair.
 NOTE: Proper maintenance procedures for each item can be found If the owner/operator does not feel qualion the corresponding page indi- fied to perform any of these maintenance
procedures or checks, take the vehicle to
cated.
an authorized Toro ROV dealer for professional service.
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Maintenance Schedule
Item
Page
Initial
Every
Every
Every
160 km
160 km
480 km
800 km
(100 miles) (100 miles) (300 miles) (500 miles)
Battery
44
I
* Engine nuts and bolts
—
I
I
* Valve clearance
—
I
I
Spark plug
46
I
I
46
I
Replace every 6500 km (4000 miles) or 18 months
Liquid cooling system
39
I
Inspect every time before operating
Gas hoses
32
I
Inspect every time before operating
32
Replace every 2 years
Engine/transmission oil and filter
40
R
R**
Air filter
47
I
I
Gear lubricant
(front differential - rear drive)
41
R
Replace every 2 years or 3200 km
(2000 miles)
41
V-Belt
48
Spark arrester/muffler
49
Tires/air pressure
I
I
I
C
48/17
I
Inspect every time before operating
* Brake components
42
I
Inspect every time before operating
Brake fluid
42
I
*Replace every 2 years
Brake hoses
42
I
*Replace every 4 years
* Steering
—
I
Inspect every time before operating
* Suspension (Ball joint boots,
drive axle boots front and rear, tie
rods, differential and rear drive
bellows)
—
I
Inspect every time before operating
* Chassis nuts and bolts
—
I
Wheel lug nuts
49
T
T
Frame/welds/racks
—
I
Electrical connections
—
I
Headlight/taillight-brakelight
50
I
Inspect every time before operating
Air filter drains
—
I
Inspect every time before operating
Accelerator pedal
26
I
Inspect every time before operating
ROPS
52
Occupant side restraints
52
Wheel nuts
49
T
I
I
Inspect every time before operating
Inspect every time before operating
I
I
I = Inspect and clean, adjust, lubricate, replace as necessary
T = Tighten R = Replace C = Clean
* = Dealer maintenance
**When using Toro 0W-40 All Weather synthetic oil, oil change interval can be increased to
every 1600 km (1,000) miles or every year.
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Liquid Cooling System
 NOTE: Debris in the engine compartment or packed between the cooling fins of the radiator can reduce
cooling capability. Using a garden
hose, wash the radiator to remove
any debris preventing air flow.
CAUTION
Do not use a pressure washer to clean
the radiator core. The pressure may
bend or flatten the fins causing
restricted air flow, and electrical components on the radiator could be damaged. Use only a garden hose with
spray nozzle at normal tap pressure.
TC024A
When pure coolant (no air) flows from
the bleed hole, install the bleed plug,
tighten securely, and then fill the cooling
system to the bottom of the stand pipe in
the radiator neck. After operating the
vehicle for the initial 5-10 minutes, stop
The cooling system capacity can be found the engine, allow the engine to cool
in the specification charts. The cooling sys- down, and check the coolant level. Add
tem should be inspected daily for leakage coolant as necessary.
and damage. If leakage or damage is
detected, take the vehicle to an authorized
! WARNING
Toro ROV dealer for service. Also, the
coolant level should be checked periodi- Never check the coolant level when
the engine is hot or the cooling syscally.
 NOTE: High engine RPM, low vehi-
tem is under pressure.
cle speed, or heavy load can raise
engine temperature. Decreasing
engine RPM, reducing load, and
selecting an appropriate transmission gear can lower the temperature.
Shock Absorbers
premature wear or engine damage.
 NOTE: When the vehicle is operated in extremely cold weather (-23°C/
-10°F or colder), a small amount of
leakage may be present. Unless the
leakage is excessive, replacement is
not necessary.
Each shock absorber should be visibly
checked weekly for excessive fluid leakage (some seal leakage may be observed
but it does not indicate the shock is in
need of replacement), cracks or breaks in
CAUTION
the lower case, or a bent shock rod. If any
Continued operation of the vehicle with one of these conditions is detected,
high engine temperature may result in replacement is necessary.
When filling the cooling system, use a
coolant/water mixture which will satisfy
the coldest anticipated weather conditions
of the area in accordance with the coolant
manufacturer’s recommendations.
 NOTE: Use a good quality, biode- This vehicle is equipped with adjustable
gradable glycol-based, automotive- shock absorbers in the front and rear to
allow for different driving and loading
type antifreeze.
conditions.
While the cooling system is being filled,
air pockets may develop; therefore, The front shock absorbers have an adjustremove the bleed plug on the coolant ment sleeve with five preload adjustment
pipe at the front of the engine allowing positions that can be turned with a special
spanner wrench to increase or decrease
trapped air to escape.
coil spring tension.
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To adjust the spring force on the these
shock absorbers, rotate the pre-load
adjustment sleeve with a suitable spanner
wrench until desired spring tension is
achieved.
Position
Spring
Force
1
Setting
Load
Soft
Light
2
3
4
5
Stronger
Stiff
Heavy
General Lubrication
Cables
None of the cables require lubrication;
however, it is advisable to lubricate the
ends of the cables periodically with a
good cable lubricant.
Cargo Box Latches
Periodically apply a light coat of grease to
the latches and pins. Do not over grease.
Engine/Transmission Oil
and Filter
 NOTE: Refer to the recommended
oil viscosity chart (on page 35) in
this manual for the proper engine oil.
Change the engine oil and oil filter at the
scheduled intervals. The engine should
always be warm when the oil is changed
so the oil will drain easily and completely.
1. Park the vehicle on level ground.
2. Remove the seat; then remove the
backrest and seat base.
PR015
The rear shock absorber has a spring
force adjustment nut with an infinite
adjustment from softest to most firm. If
the spring action is too soft or too stiff,
adjust the nut using an appropriate spanner as illustrated.
3. Loosen the oil fill cap using a 27 mm
socket. Be careful not to allow contaminants to enter the opening.
HDX042A
4. Remove the drain plug from the bottom of the engine and drain the oil
into a drain pan.
HDX085A
 NOTE: Before attempting to
adjust suspension, clean dirt and
debris from the sleeve and remove
load from the suspension; then use
the spanner wrench to adjust the
sleeve to the desired position.
PR078A
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5. Use an appropriate oil filter wrench to
remove the old oil filter and dispose
of properly. Do not re-use oil filter.
11. Install the seat base, seat, and backrest.
Front Differential And
Rear Drive Gear Lubricant
(Inspecting/Changing)
Inspect and change the gear lubricant in
each according to the Maintenance
 NOTE: Clean up any excess oil Schedule. When changing the lubricant,
use the following procedure.
after removing the filter.
1. Place the vehicle on level ground.
6. Apply oil to the new filter O-ring and
check to make sure it is positioned
2. Remove the front differential and rear
correctly; then install the new oil fildrive fill plugs.
ter. Tighten 3/4 turn after contact with
the sealing flange.
 NOTE:
To access the filter,
remove the seat, seat back, and
seat base (see Seats in General
Information).
HDX083A
HDX084A
TC031
3. Drain the lubricant into a drain pan by
removing the drain plug from the
front differential and rear drive.
7. Install the engine drain plug and
tighten to 22 N-m (16 ft-lb). Pour the
recommended oil in the fill hole.
Install the oil fill cap.
8. Start the engine (while the vehicle is
outside on level ground) and allow it
to idle for a few minutes.
9. Turn the engine off and wait approximately one minute. Check the oil level
(see Oil Level Stick on page 32).
CF107A
10. Inspect the area around the drain plug
and oil filter for leaks.
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 NOTE: The brake fluid reservoir is
located on top of the master cylinder under the hood.
2. Press the brake pedal several times to
check for firmness.
3. If the pedal is not firm, the system
must be bled.
CF106A
4. After all the lubricant has been
drained, install the drain plugs and
tighten to 5 N-m (45 in.-lb).
CAUTION
 NOTE: Take the vehicle to an authorized Toro ROV dealer for this service.
CAUTION
Be careful not to spill any fluid when
filling the brake fluid reservoir. Wipe
away spilled fluid immediately.
Brake Hoses
Carefully inspect the hydraulic brake hoses
for cracks or other damage. If found, take
the vehicle to an authorized Toro ROV
5. Pour SAE approved 80W-90 hypoid dealer to have the brake hoses replaced.
lubricant into each fill hole until it
Brake Pads
flows out of the hole.
The clearance between the brake pads
6. Install the fill plugs and tighten to 22 and brake discs is adjusted automatically
N-m (16 ft-lb).
as the brake pads wear. The only maintenance that is required is replacement of
Hydraulic Brake
the brake pads when they show excessive
wear. Check the thickness of each of the
! WARNING
brake pads as follows:
Inspect the oil for any signs of metal
filings or water. If found, take the
vehicle to an authorized Toro ROV
dealer for servicing.
Be sure to inspect the hydraulic
brake system before each use.
Always maintain brakes according to
the Maintenance Schedule.
Brake Fluid
1. Remove a front wheel.
2. Measure the thickness of each brake
pad.
3. If thickness of either brake pad is less
than 1.0 mm (0.039 in.), take the
vehicle to an authorized Toro ROV
dealer to have brake pads replaced.
HDX081A
1. Check the brake fluid level in the brake
fluid reservoir. The fluid level must be
maintained between the MAX and MIN
level marks. If the level in the reservoir
is low, add DOT 4 approved brake fluid.
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PR376B
4. Install the wheel; then using a crisscross pattern, tighten the wheel nuts in
27 N-m (20 ft-lb) increments to the
final torque shown in the table below.
Steel Wheel
54 N-m
(40 ft-lb)
Aluminum Wheel (Black Nuts)
80 N-m
(60 ft-lb)
Aluminum Wheel (Chrome Nuts) 108 N-m
(80 ft-lb)
4. Check the ball joint for free-play by
grasping the steering knuckle and
turning it from side to side and up and
down.
5. If boot damage is present or ball joint
free-play seems excessive, contact an
authorized Toro ROV dealer for service.
Tie Rod Boots (Inner and
Outer/Right and Left)
CC792
PR941A
CAUTION
Using an impact wrench could result
in incorrect torque which could damage the wheel or hub studs.
Protective Rubber
Boots
The protective boots should be inspected
before each use.
Ball Joint Boots (Upper
and Lower/Right and Left)
1. Secure the vehicle on a support stand
to elevate the front wheels.
2. Remove both front wheels.
3. Inspect the four tie rod boots for
cracks, tears, or perforations.
4. Check the tie rod end free-play by
grasping the tie rod near the end and
attempting to move it up and down.
5. If boot damage is present or tie rod end freeplay seems excessive, contact an authorized
Toro ROV dealer for service.
Drive Axle Boots
CC791
1. Secure the vehicle on a support stand
to elevate the front wheels.
2. Remove both front wheels.
3. Inspect the four ball joint boots for
cracks, tears, or perforations.
CC793
1. Inspect the front and rear drive axle
boots for cracks, tears, or perforations.
2. If boot damage is present, contact an
authorized Toro ROV dealer for service.
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After being in service, batteries require
regular cleaning and recharging in order
to deliver peak performance and maxi! WARNING
mum service life. The following proceCALIFORNIA
dure is recommended for cleaning and
Proposition 65 Warning
maintaining a sealed battery. Always read
Battery posts, terminals, and related
accessories contain lead and lead and follow instructions provided with
compounds, chemicals known to the battery chargers and battery products.
Battery
state of California to cause cancer
and reproductive harm. Wash hands
after handling.
 NOTE: Refer to all warnings and
cautions provided with the battery
or battery maintainer/charger.
 NOTE: Refer to all warnings and
cautions provided with the battery Loss of battery charge may be caused by
ambient temperature, ignition OFF curor battery charger.
rent draw, corroded terminals, self disThis ROV is shipped with a sealed battery. charge, frequent start/stops, and short
The battery requires an initial charge after engine run times. Frequent winch usage,
activation as well as periodic maintenance- snowplowing, extended low RPM operacharging during periods of non-use or storage. tion, short trips, and high amperage
usage are also reasons for bat NOTE: Maintenance charging is accessory
tery discharge.
required on all batteries not used
for more than two weeks or as Charging/Maintenance
required by battery drain.
Charging
 NOTE: The battery box is under
the seat on the operator’s side. To
access the box, remove the seat and
pry off the battery compartment
cover; then remove the thumb screw
securing the battery box cover and
lift the cover to access the battery.
! WARNING
Any time service is performed on a
battery, the following must be
observed: keep sparks, open flame,
cigarettes, or any other flame away.
Always wear safety glasses. Protect
skin and clothing when handling a
battery. When servicing battery in
enclosed space, keep the area wellventilated. Make sure battery venting
is not obstructed.
 NOTE: When charging a battery
in the vehicle, be sure the ignition
switch is in the OFF position.
1. Clean the battery terminals with a
solution of baking soda and water.
PR943A
 NOTE: The sealing strip should
NOT be removed and NO fluid
should be added.
2. Be sure the charger and battery are in
a well-ventilated area. Be sure the
charger is unplugged from the 110volt electrical outlet.
PR942
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3. Connect the red terminal lead from
the charger to the positive terminal of
the battery; then connect the black
terminal lead of the charger to the
negative terminal of the battery.
4. Plug the battery charger into a 110volt electrical outlet.
5. Trickle charge the battery at 3 amps
for 5-10 hours. If the battery becomes
hot to the touch, stop charging.
Resume after it has cooled.
6. Once the battery has reached full
charge, unplug the charger from the
110-volt electrical outlet.
 NOTE: If, after charging, the battery does not perform to operator
expectations, bring the battery to
an authorized Toro ROV dealer for
further troubleshooting.
3. Inspect the vehicle to be used for
jump-starting to determine if voltage
and ground polarity are compatible.
The vehicle must have a 12-volt DC,
negative ground electrical system.
CAUTION
Always make sure the electrical systems are of the same voltage and
ground polarity prior to connecting
jumper cables. If not, severe electrical damage could occur.
4. Move the vehicle to be used for the
jump-start close enough to ensure the
jumper cables easily reach; then shift
into neutral, set and lock the brakes,
shut off all electrical accessories, and
turn the ignition switch OFF.
Jump-Starting
 NOTE: Do not jump-start a vehicle with a dead battery; rather
remove the battery, service it, and  NOTE: Make sure all switches on
correctly charge it. In an emer- the vehicle to be jump-started are
gency, it may be necessary to jump- turned OFF.
start a vehicle. If so, use the follow5. Disconnect all external accessories
ing procedure to carefully and
such as cell phones, GPS units, and
safely complete this procedure.
radios on both vehicles.
! WARNING
CAUTION
Improper handling or connecting of a
battery may result in serious injury
including acid burns, electrical burns, or
blindness as a result of an explosion.
Always remove rings and watches.
Failure to disconnect electronic accessories during jump-starting may cause
system damage due to power spikes.
1. On the vehicle to be jump-started,
remove the battery cover and any terminal boots.
2. Inspect the battery for any signs of
electrolyte leaks, loose terminals, or
bulging sides. Leaking or bulging battery cases may indicate a frozen or
shorted battery.
6. Attach one clamp of the positive (red)
jumper cable to the positive (+) terminal (1) of the dead battery (C) being
careful not to touch any metal with
the other clamp; then attach the other
clamp of the positive (red) jumper
cable to the positive (+) terminal (2)
of the good battery (B).
! WARNING
If any of these conditions exist, DO
NOT attempt a jump-start, boost, or
charge the battery. An explosion could
occur causing serious injury or death.
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 NOTE: Some jumper cables may be
the same color but the clamps or ends
will be color-coded red and black.
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7. Attach one clamp of the negative
(black) jumper cable to the negative
(-) terminal (3) of the good battery
(B); then attach the other clamp of
the negative (black) jumper cable (4)
to an unpainted metal surface (A) on
the engine or frame well away from
the dead battery and fuel system
components.
! WARNING
Never make the final connection to a
battery as a spark could ignite hydrogen gases causing an explosion of
the battery resulting in acid burns or
blindness.
ATV-0051
Before removing the spark plug, clean
the area around the spark plug. If you do
not, dirt could enter engine when removing or installing the spark plug.
Adjust the gap to proper specification
8. Stand well away from the dead bat- (see Specifications chart) Use a feeler
tery and start the vehicle with the gauge to check the gap.
good battery. Allow the vehicle to run
for several minutes applying some
charge to the dead battery.
9. Start the vehicle with the dead battery and allow it to run for several
minutes before disconnecting the
jumper cables.
10. Remove the jumper cables in opposite
order of hook-up (4, 3, 2, 1). Be careful
not to short cables against bare metal.
ATV-0052
 NOTE: Have the battery and elec- A new spark plug should be tightened 1/2
trical system checked prior to oper- turn once the washer contacts the cylinder head. A used spark plug should be
ating the vehicle again.
tightened 1/8 - 1/4 turn once the washer
Spark Plug
contacts the cylinder head.
This vehicle comes equipped with a specAir Inlet Pre-Filter
ified spark plug. See the specifications
chart for the correct spark plug. A light This vehicle is equipped with a foam prebrown insulator indicates that the plug is filter to filter dirt from the inlet air prior
correct. A white or dark insulator indi- to reaching the main air filter.
cates that the engine may need to be ser1. Raise the cargo box; then gently
viced. Consult an authorized Toro ROV
squeeze the pre-filter cover and lift it
dealer if the plug insulator is not a light
up to expose the pre-filter.
brown color. To help prevent cold
weather fouling, make sure to thoroughly
warm up the engine before operating.
To maintain a hot, strong spark, keep the
plug free of carbon.
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2. Loosen the clamp securing the pre-filter.
3. Remove the two knobs securing the
filter; then remove the metal holddown and filter.
HDX235
3. Remove the pre-filter assembly and
wash thoroughly in warm, soapy
water; then rinse and dry.
4. Install and secure with the clamp.
Tighten securely; then with the pre-filter cover installed, lower the cargo box.
Air Filter
The air filter inside the air filter housing must
be kept clean to provide good engine power
and gas mileage. If the vehicle is used under
normal conditions, service the filter at the
intervals specified in the Maintenance Schedule. If operated in dusty, wet, or muddy conditions, inspect and service the filter more
frequently. Use the following procedure to
remove the filter and inspect and/or clean it.
HDX226A
4. Fill a wash pan larger than the element
with soapy water; then dip the element
in the soapy water and wash it.
5. Squeeze the element by pressing it
between the palms of both hands to
remove excess soapy water. Do not
twist or ring the element or it will tear.
6. Dry the element.
7. Put the element in a plastic bag; then
pour in air filter oil and work the oil
into the element.
8. Squeeze the element to remove
excess oil.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Failure to inspect the air filter frequently if the vehicle is used in dusty,
wet, or muddy conditions can damage the engine.
 NOTE: To access the air filter,
raise the cargo box.
A torn air filter can cause damage to
the engine. Dirt and dust may get
inside the engine if the element is
torn. Carefully examine the element
for tears before and after cleaning it.
Replace the element with a new one if
it is torn.
1. Remove dirt and debris from around
the filter housing.
9. Clean any dirt or debris from inside
the filter housing.
2. Unsnap the four spring-clip fasteners
and remove the air filter cover.
10. Install the air filter and metal holddown, secure with the two knobs
tightened to 16 N-m (12 ft-lb), and
install the cover. Secure with the four
clips.
11. Lower the cargo box.
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Air Filter Housing
Drains
5. Install the drain bolt and tighten
securely.
 NOTE: The V-belt and pulleys
should be inspected every 500 miles
and the belt replaced (if necessary).
Tires
! WARNING
TC034A
Always use the size and type of tires
as specified. Refer to the specifications chart for proper tire inflation
pressure, and always maintain proper
tire inflation pressure.
Inspect and squeeze the “duck bill” drain
beneath the main housing for debris and Tire Tread Condition
for proper sealing.
Remove the tube drain and clean out any
water, oil, or debris. Reinstall and secure
with the clamp.
Draining V-Belt Cover
 NOTE: If the vehicle has been
driven through water, the V-belt
cover must be drained of any water.
1. Place the vehicle on a level surface.
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2. From the right-rear of the vehicle, The use of worn-out tires on this vehicle
remove the drain bolt from the cover is very dangerous. A tire is considered to
be worn out when the depth of the tread
and allow the water to drain out.
is less than 3 mm (1/8 in.). Be sure to
replace the tires before reaching this minimum specification.
! WARNING
The use of worn-out tires is dangerous and can increase the risk of an
accident.
Tire Replacement
This vehicle has low-pressure tubeless
TC025A tires. Have this maintenance performed
3. Move the shift lever to the neutral by an authorized Toro ROV dealer or a
qualified tire repair station.
position; then start the engine.
CAUTION
! WARNING
Do not attempt to clear water with the
vehicle in park. The transmission is
locked and belt or clutch damage could
occur.
Use only Toro approved tires when
replacing tires. Failure to do so could
result in unstable operation.
4. Increase and decrease engine RPM
several times to “blow out” any
water; then stop the engine.
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Tubeless Tire Repair
Should a leak or flat tire occur due to a
puncture, the tire may be repaired using a
plug-type repair. If the damage is from a
cut or if the puncture cannot be repaired
using a plug, the tire must be replaced.
When operating the vehicle in areas
where transportation or service facilities
are not readily available, it is strongly
recommended to carry a plug-type repair
kit and a tire pump along.
Wheels
1. Park the vehicle on level ground and
with the transmission in park, engage
4WD/differential lock.
Muffler/Spark Arrester
The muffler has a spark arrester which
must be periodically cleaned. At the
intervals shown in the Maintenance
Schedule, clean the spark arrester using
the following procedure.
! WARNING
Wait until the muffler cools to avoid
burns.
1. Open the cargo box and remove the
two springs securing the muffler to
the exhaust pipe.
2. Loosen the lug nuts on the wheel to
be removed.
3. Elevate the vehicle.
4. Remove the lug nuts.
5. Remove the wheel.
6. Install the wheel; then using a crisscross pattern, tighten the wheel nuts in
27 N-m (20 ft-lb) increments to the
final torque shown in the table below.
Steel Wheel
54 N-m
(40 ft-lb)
Aluminum Wheel (Black Nuts)
80 N-m
(60 ft-lb)
HDX238A
2. Remove the muffler by pulling it
rearward out of the vehicle.
3. Remove the heat shield.
Aluminum Wheel (Chrome Nuts) 108 N-m
(80 ft-lb)
HDX241A
4. Remove the three cap screws securing the exhaust pipe/spark arrester
assembly to the muffler.
PR941A
CAUTION
Using an impact wrench could result
in incorrect torque which could damage the wheel or hub studs.
7. Remove the jack.
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5. Using a wire brush, clean the carbon
deposits from the screen taking care
not to damage the screen.
2. Grasp the bulb housing, turn it counterclockwise, and remove the housing. Remove the bulb.
3. Install the new bulb into the housing;
then install the housing and rotate it
completely clockwise.
4. Install the wiring harness connector.
To replace the taillight/brakelight bulb,
use the following procedure.
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 NOTE: If the screen or gasket is
damaged in any way, it must be
replaced.
6. Install the exhaust pipe/spark arrester
assembly and secure with the three
cap screws. Tighten to 6.8 N-m (60
in.-lb).
7. Install the heat shield and tighten the
fasteners to 8.1 N-m (72 in.-lb).
8. Install the muffler and secure it to the
exhaust pipe with the two springs.
Light Bulb Replacement
1. Remove the mounting screws securing the taillight/brakelight assembly
to the rear ROPS tube.
2. Rotate the socket counterclockwise
and remove it from the housing.
3. To remove the bulb from the socket,
pull it straight out of the socket.
4. To install the bulb, push it straight
into the socket.
5. Insert the socket into the housing and
rotate it clockwise.
6. Position
the
taillight/brakelight
assembly on the rear ROPS tube; then
tighten the mounting screws securely.
Checking/Adjusting
The wattage rating of each bulb is shown Headlight Aim
in the chart. When replacing a burned out The headlights can be adjusted vertically.
bulb, always use the same wattage rating. The center of the HIGH beam light zone
is to be used for aiming.
Headlight
12V/27W (4)
Taillight/Brakelight
12V/8W/27W
CAUTION
Use only specified bulbs indicated in
the chart as replacement bulbs.
1. Position the vehicle on a level floor
so the headlights are approximately
6.1 m (20 ft) from an aiming surface
(wall or similar aiming surface).
CAUTION
The bulb portion of the headlight is
fragile. HANDLE WITH CARE. When
replacing the headlight bulb, do not
touch the glass portion of the bulb. If
the glass is touched, it must be
cleaned with a dry cloth before
installing. Skin oil residue on the bulb
will shorten the life of the bulb.
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To replace the headlight bulb, use the following procedure.
 NOTE: There should be an average operating load on the vehicle
1. Remove the wiring harness connector when adjusting the headlight aim.
from the back of the headlight.
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2. Measure the distance from the floor
to the mid-point of each headlight.
3. Using the measurements obtained in
step 2, make horizontal marks on the
aiming surface.
CAUTION
Always replace a blown fuse with a
fuse of the same type and rating. If
the new fuse blows after a short
period of use, consult an authorized
Toro ROV dealer immediately.
4. Make vertical marks which intersect
the horizontal marks on the aiming surface directly in front of the headlights.  NOTE: Extra fuses are located
5. Switch on the lights. Make sure the inside the fuse cover.
HIGH beam is on. DO NOT USE
LOW BEAM.
6. Observe each headlight beam aim.
Proper aim is when the HIGH beam is
centered on the vertical mark 5 cm (2
in.) below the horizontal mark on the
aiming surface.
7. Turn the adjuster nut clockwise to
raise the beam and counterclockwise
to lower the beam.
TC035
Electrical Output
Terminals
Two output terminals for electrical accessories are located on the front and rear
wiring harnesses.
TC004A
Fuses
The fuses are located in a power distribution module under the driver seat. If there
is any type of electrical system failure,
always check the fuses first.
 NOTE: The rear output terminal is
located near the left-side of the
throttle body. The front output terminal is located beneath the dashboard in front of the left-side
accessory plug.
Two accessory plugs are located on the
dashboard. These plugs are always on
and are not switched off with the ignition
switch.
 NOTE: To remove the fuse cover,
compress the locking tabs on either
side of the fuse cover and lift out.
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PR049A
CAUTION
Always use electrical accessories
less than 180W.
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Storage Compartment/
Tools
Occupant Side Restraints
Inspect the occupant side restraints for
This vehicle has a storage compartment frayed edges, cuts, or separation of seams.
Wash off any dirt and make sure the latch
within the dashboard.
straps lock securely into the foot restraints
A basic tool kit located under the seat with straps taut.
(passenger side) is provided with this
vehicle. Maintain the tool kit with the
vehicle at all times.
HDX187
ROPS
TC032
Seat Belts
Inspect the seat belts for frayed or torn
edges. Check that the belts extend and
retract smoothly and fully without binding
or catching. Check that the latch plate locks
securely in place in the buckle and releases
when the button is pressed. Wash off any
dirt and make sure the retractors are free of
debris. Do not grease or oil the retractors.
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Inspect the Rollover Protection Structure
(ROPS) for any deformation, twisting, cracking, missing or damaged fasteners, loose fasteners, modification to the production form,
missing ROPS label, unauthorized repair or
welding, and/or improper installation. If any
of these circumstances are discovered, immediately bring the vehicle to an authorized
Toro ROV dealer for service.
Preparation for Storage
Toro recommends the following procedure to prepare the vehicle for storage.
An authorized Toro ROV dealer should
perform this service; however, the owner/
operator may perform this service if
desired.
CAUTION
Prior to storing this vehicle, it must
be properly serviced to prevent rusting and component deterioration.
1. Clean the seat cushions with a damp
cloth and allow to dry.
2. Clean the vehicle thoroughly by
washing dirt, oil, grass, and other foreign matter from the entire vehicle.
Allow the vehicle to dry thoroughly.
DO NOT get water into any part of
the engine or air intake.
3. Either drain the gas tank or add a fuel
stabilizer to the gas in the gas tank.
4. Clean the interior of the air filter
housing.
5. Plug the hole in the exhaust system
with a clean cloth.
7. Tighten all nuts, bolts, cap screws,
and screws. Make sure rivets holding
components together are tight.
Replace all loose rivets. Care must be
taken that all calibrated nuts, cap
screws, and bolts are tightened to
specifications.
8. Fill the cooling system to the bottom
of the stand pipe in the radiator neck
with properly mixed coolant.
9. Disconnect the battery cables (negative cable first); then remove the battery, clean the battery posts and
cables, and store in a clean, dry area.
 NOTE: For storage, use a battery
maintainer or make sure the battery
is fully charged (see Battery section
in this manual).
10. Store the vehicle indoors in a level
position.
CAUTION
Avoid storing outside in direct sunlight and avoid using a plastic cover
as moisture will collect on the vehicle
causing rusting.
6. Apply light oil to the upper steering
shaft bushing and plungers of the
shock absorbers.
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Preparation after Storage
Taking this vehicle out of storage and
correctly preparing it will assure many
miles and hours of trouble-free riding.
Toro recommends the following procedure.
1. Clean the vehicle thoroughly.
2. Clean the engine. Remove the cloth
from the exhaust system.
3. Check all control wires and cables for
signs of wear or fraying. Replace if
necessary.
4. Change the engine/transmission oil
and filter.
5. Check the coolant level and add properly mixed coolant as necessary.
6. Charge the battery; then install. Connect the battery cables making sure to
connect the positive cable first.
CAUTION
Before installing the battery, make
sure the ignition switch is in the OFF
position.
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7. Check the entire brake systems (fluid
level, pads, etc.), all controls, headlights, taillight, brakelight, and headlight aim; adjust or replace if
necessary.
8. Check the tire pressure. Inflate to recommended pressure as necessary.
9. Tighten all nuts, bolts, cap screws,
and screws making sure all calibrated
nuts, cap screws, and bolts are tightened to specifications.
10. Make sure the steering moves freely
and does not bind.
11. Check the spark plug. Clean or
replace as necessary.
12. Follow the recommendations found
in the pre-start inspection.
Limited Warranty
The Toro Company (hereinafter referred to as Toro) extends a limited warranty as described below on
each new Toro ROV it assembles and on each genuine Toro ROV part and accessory assembled and
sold by an authorized Toro ROV dealer. The limited warranty on a Toro ROV is extended to the original
retail purchaser for the time periods described below; however, the balance of the remaining warranty
may be transferred to another party. Warranty coverage is only available in the country in which the
original retail purchase occurs to the original retail purchaser resident in that country or to a transferee
resident in that country of the balance of the remaining warranty.
Toro warrants only the products it assembles and/or sells and does not warrant that other products will
function properly when used with a Toro ROV or will not damage the ROV. Toro does not assume any
liability for incidental or consequential damages.
Toro will repair or replace, at its option, free of charge (including any related labor charges), any parts
that are found to be warrantable in material or workmanship. This repair work MUST be done by an
authorized Toro ROV dealer. No transportation charges, rental charges, or inconvenience costs will be
paid by Toro. The warranty is validated upon examination of said parts by Toro or an authorized Toro
ROV dealer. Toro reserves the right to inspect such parts at its factory for final determination if warranty
should apply.
The warranty periods are as follows:
1. One year from the original date of sale or 1000 operational hours, whichever occurs first.
2. Thirty days from the original date of sale of a Toro ROV on batteries.
Exclusions to this warranty include normal wear, abuse, or corrosion and the following parts and items:
Tires
Drive/Driven Clutch Wear Parts
Oil Filter
Drive Belt
Air Filter
Torn or Punctured Upholstery
Brake Pads
Cracks or Gouges in Body Panels
Light Bulbs
Spark Plug(s)
CV Boots
Windshield
The following will VOID Toro’s warranty:
1. Failure to perform the proper break-in procedure and all related maintenance, storage procedures
(if stored for extended periods), and/or service as recommended in the Operator’s Manual.
2. Repairs and/or adjustments by anyone other than an authorized Toro ROV dealer.
3. Use of improper gasoline, lubricating oils, or spark plug(s).
4. An accident or subjecting the ROV to misuse, abuse, or negligent operation.
5. Any modification, addition, or removal of parts unless instructed to do so by Toro.
6. Use of the ROV in any way for racing purposes.
7. Removal of the engine for use in another vehicle.
8. Removal or mutilation of the Vehicle Identification Number or Engine Serial Number.
9. Use of parts not sold or approved by Toro.
10. Damage due to improper transportation.
Toro shall not be responsible for and this limited warranty excludes recovery of economic, punitive, consequential and incidental damages, lost profits, and loss of use. Some states or provinces do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not
apply to you. Toro’s aggregate liability may not exceed the price of the product. The law of the State of
Minnesota shall apply to all claims or disputes, exclusive of its conflicts of law provisions.
IMPLIED WARRANTY EXCLUSION AND DISCLAIMER
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Toro excludes and disclaims all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
If you are not satisfied with warranty service or repairs, you should contact The Toro Company
at 844-521-2383.
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Warranty Procedure/Owner Responsibility
At the time of sale, an Owner Registration form is to be completed by the selling dealer and
consumer. The receipt of the form by Toro is a condition precedent to warranty coverage. It is
the selling dealer’s responsibility to retain and/or submit appropriate copies of the form to the
appropriate place(s) to initiate warranty coverage.
The dealer will furnish to the consumer a signed copy of the form which must be presented to
the dealer when requesting warranty service. The registration form is the consumer’s proof of
ownership and warranty eligibility. The form is used by the dealer to validate the warranty claim.
Retain your copy of the form and keep it in a safe place.
When warranty repair is suspected, the ROV should be taken to the selling dealer, who has the
primary responsibility to perform warranty repairs. Subject to the limitations set forth in the Limited Warranty, in the event the selling dealer has ceased to do business, you have moved, or
you are in a location away from your selling dealer, warranty may be performed by any authorized Toro ROV dealer.
The authorized Toro ROV dealer will examine the ROV or part to determine if, in his opinion, a
warrantable condition exists. If a warrantable condition appears to exist, the dealer will repair or
replace, at Toro’s option, free of charge, including any related labor costs, all parts that are
found to be warrantable and any other parts which the warrantable part caused to be damaged.
You, the owner, will then be asked to sign a warranty form to ensure Toro that the warranty work
was actually performed.
It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain and service the ROV in accordance with Toro’s recommendations in the Operator’s Manual. To protect yourself and your ROV, follow all safety and
service tips. Toro will NOT warrant repairs required as a result of not performing standard operator maintenance, storage procedures, and service as outlined in the Operator’s Manual.
Should you have any questions concerning the warranty, contact an authorized Toro ROV
dealer.
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U.S. EPA Emission Control Statement/Warranty
Coverage (U.S. Only)
STATEMENT/WARRANTY
The Toro Company warrants to the original retail purchaser, and each subsequent purchaser,
that all U.S. EPA-certified Toro ROV’s are designed, built, and equipped to conform to all U.S.
EPA Emission Control Regulations. Please read the following information completely.
Your authorized Toro ROV dealer will repair or replace any defective emission-related component at no cost to you during the warranty period. You may have non-warranty service performed by any repair establishment that uses equivalent components. The regulations provide
significant civil penalties for tampering that causes your ROV to no longer meet U.S. EPA
emission standards.
Toro further warrants that the engine and its emission-related components are free from
defects in materials or workmanship that could cause the engine to fail to comply with applicable regulations during the warranty period.
If you have any questions about this information, or the emission warranty coverage statement, contact your local authorized Toro ROV dealer.
WARRANTY PERIOD
The emission warranty period for this ROV begins on the same date as the standard warranty
coverage and continues for 30 months or 3100 miles, whichever comes first.
COMPONENTS COVERED
The emissions warranty covers major emissions control components and emission-related
components listed as follows:
Engine Management and Sensors
Barometric Pressure Sensor
Camshaft Position Sensor
Engine Control Module (ECM)
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Intake Air Temperature Sensor
Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor
Oxygen Sensor
Throttle Position Sensor
Crankshaft Position Sensor
Exhaust Temperature Sensor
Ignition System
Ignition Coil
Knock Sensor System
Spark Plugs
Capacitive Discharge Ignition (CDI) Module
Magneto Pick-Up
Fuel/Air System
Fuel Injectors
Fuel Pressure Regulator
Fuel Pump
Carburetor(s)
Turbocharger Assembly
Air Bypass Valve
Turbo Waste Gate Control Valve
Crankcase Ventilation System
ISC Valve
Miscellaneous Items Used in
Aforementioned Systems
Connectors
Switches
Grommets
Clamps
Hoses
Ties
Gaskets
Wiring
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES
The owner of any ROV warranted under this Toro Emission Control Statement is responsible
for the proper maintenance and use of the ROV as stated in the Operator's Manual. Proper
maintenance generally includes replacement and service, at the owner's choosing, such items
as air filter, oil and oil filter, or any other part, item, or device related to emissions control as
specified in the Operator's Manual. It is the owner's responsibility to ensure that the ROV is
used in a manner for which it was designed.
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Declaration of Conformity
Application of council directives:
EMC Directive 97/24/EC, ECER10
Date of Issue: June, 1997
EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Date of Issue: May, 2006
Issued by European Commission.
Type of Equipment: Recreational OffHighway Vehicles
Brand Name:
Toro
Model:
UTS700AAC000EP
Standards to which conformity
declared:
Manufacturer (if not issuing agent):
is EN 61000-6-2:2005, ICES-002, AS/NZS
CISPR 12, EN 55012:2007
Arctic Cat Inc.
601 Brooks Ave S.
Thief River Falls, MN
56701 USA
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified above conforms to the
directive(s) and standard(s) as specified.
Tracey Crocker
Vice President/General Manager of ATV
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Change of Address, Ownership, or Warranty
Transfer
The Toro Company keeps on file the current name and address of the
owner of this vehicle. This allows Toro to reach the current owner with
any important safety information which may be necessary to protect
customers from personal injury or property damage. Please make sure
a copy of this form is completed and returned to Toro if you move or if
the vehicle is sold to another party.
This form may also be used to transfer the unused portion of the
original warranty to a second party. In order to transfer warranty, fill out
this form completely; then return a copy of this form to Toro. Toro will
then process the application and issue warranty for the balance of the
time remaining of the original warranty. Warranty coverage is only
available in the country in which the original retail purchase occurs to
the original retail purchaser resident in that country or to a transferee
resident in that country of the balance of the remaining warranty.



Address Change
Ownership Change
Warranty Transfer
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/OWNERSHIP/
WARRANTY TRANSFER TO:
Name _________________________________________
Address _______________________________________
City/State (Province)/Zip Code (Postal Code)___________
Phone # (
) ___________________________________
Email __________________________________________
Year and Model Number ___________________________
Serial Number ___________________________________
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Fold Back
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/OWNERSHIP
The Toro Company
Warranty Dept.
8111 Lyndale Ave. S
Bloomington, MN 55420
Place
Stamp
Here
Maintenance Record
DATE
MILEAGE
SERVICE PERFORMED/NOTES
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Maintenance Record
DATE
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MILEAGE
SERVICE PERFORMED/NOTES
NOTES
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NOTES
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Identification Numbers Record
This vehicle has three identification numbers: Model Number, Serial Number, and
Engine Serial Number (ESN).
These numbers are required by the dealer to complete warranty claims properly. No
warranty will be allowed by Toro if the numbers are removed or mutilated in any way.
Always provide the name, Model Number, Serial Number, and ESN when contacting
an authorized Toro ROV dealer for parts, service, accessories, or warranty. If a complete engine must be replaced, ask the dealer to notify Toro for correct registration
information.
Record the Model Number, Serial Number, and ESN in the spaces provided to assist
you in ordering parts from your authorized Toro ROV dealer or for reference in case
this vehicle is stolen.
1. MODEL NUMBER:
The Model Number is located at the rear
of the vehicle on the verticle frame tube.
2. SERIAL NUMBER:
The Serial Number is located on the frame
support tube under the cargo box facing
the rear of the vehicle.
3. ENGINE SERIAL
NUMBER (ESN):
The ESN is located on the left-side of the
engine crankcase near the bottom of the
crankcase.
Vehicle Capacity: 3 seat models, 1 Operator, 2 Passengers with seat belts
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