Volvo i-shift transmission Operator`s manual

Volvo i-shift transmission Operator`s manual
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
i-shift transmission
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Volvo Trucks. Driving Success.
Table of Contents
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Foreword ................................................................................... 1
Safety Information ................................................................ 2
Volvo I-Shift Transmission ....................................................... 4
General Information .............................................................. 4
Gear Selector ......................................................................... 6
I-Shift Transmission Features ............................................... 9
Starting and Stopping .......................................................... 14
Driving ................................................................................ 15
Towing ................................................................................ 22
Maintenance ........................................................................ 22
Index ........................................................................................ 27
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Notes
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Foreword
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FOREWORD
This manual contains information concerning the safe operation of your
vehicle. It is extremely important that this information is read and understood
before the vehicle is operated. Please keep this manual in the vehicle at all
times.
It is important that this manual stays with the vehicle when it is sold.
Important safety information must be passed on to the new customer.
Illustrations in this manual are used for reference only and may differ slightly
from the actual vehicle, however, key components addressed in the manual are
represented as accurately as possible.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this manual are
based upon the latest product information available at the time of publication.
Volvo Trucks North America reserves the right to make changes at any time or
to change specifications or design without notice and without incurring
obligation.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Volvo
Trucks North America should be informed immediately if you believe that the
vehicle has a defect that could cause a vehicle accident, injury or death.
Contact NHTSA by calling the Auto Safety Hotline at 1 (888) 327-4236, by
writing to NHTSA, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, DC
20590, by TTY at 1 (800) 424-9153, or visit their website at
www.nhtsa.dot.gov.
Volvo Trucks North America
Greensboro, NC USA
Order number: PV776-20906026
© Volvo Group North America, Inc. 2007. All Rights Reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in retrieval system, or
transmitted in any forms by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying,
recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Volvo Trucks
North America.
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Foreword
SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT: Before driving this vehicle, be certain that you have read
and that you fully understand each and every step of the driving and
handling information in this manual. Be certain that you fully understand
and follow all safety warnings. It is extremely important that this
information is read and understood before the vehicle is operated.
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BE READ,
UNDERSTOOD AND ALWAYS FOLLOWED.
The following types of advisories are used throughout this manual:
A danger directs the operator's attention to unsafe practices which could
result in serious personal injury or death. The danger title is in white type
on a black background.
A warning directs the operator's attention to unsafe practices which
could result in personal injury. The warning title is in black type on a
gray background.
A caution directs the operator's attention to unsafe practices where property
damage could occur. The caution title is in black type on a white background.
A note defines an operating procedure, practice, condition, etc., which is
essential to proper operation of the vehicle.
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Labels
Danger, Warning, Caution and Advisory labels are placed in various locations
on the vehicle to alert drivers and service technicians about situations that may
lead to personal injury or equipment damage. In the event that a label is
damaged or missing the label must be replaced. Contact your authorized
Volvo Truck dealer for assistance regarding labels.
I-Shift Transmission Labels
There are labels with operating information about the I-Shift transmission
located on the driver's side sun visor. It is extremely important that this
information is read and understood before the vehicle is operated.
I-Shift Transmission Sun Visor Labels Location
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VOLVO I-SHIFT TRANSMISSION
GENERAL INFORMATION
The Volvo I-Shift transmission is a single countershaft transmission with 12
forward gears and two reverse gears. Some vehicles have four reverse gears.
The I-Shift is an automated mechanical transmission. The transmitted torque
(both engine and braking) will be interrupted during gear shifting, in both
driving and coasting conditions. There is no clutch pedal and the gearshift is
controlled by the ergonomic gear selector. The I-Shift is available as an
overdrive or direct drive transmission.
Nomenclature and Ratios
The I-Shift transmission is available in four configurations:
앫 AT2512C – Direct Drive for Volvo D11 and D13 Engines
앫 ATO2512C – Overdrive for Volvo D11 and D13 Engines
앫 AT2812C – Direct Drive for Volvo D16 Engine
앫 ATO3112C – Overdrive for Volvo D16 Engine
NOMENCLATURE
AT
O
Automated
Mechanical
Transmission
O = Overdrive
No Letter = Direct
Drive
XX
Maximum Input
Torque Nm (lb-ft)
25 = 2500 (1850)
28 = 2800 (2050)
31 = 3100 (2300)
12
C
Forward
Speeds
Design
Level
GEAR RATIOS
Gear Selection
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
Reverse Gear R1
Reverse Gear R2
Reverse Gear R3
Reverse Gear R4
AT2512C and AT2812C
14.94:1
11.73:1
9.04:1
7.09:1
5.54:1
4.35:1
3.44:1
2.70:1
2.08:1
1.63:1
1.27:1
1.00:1
17.48:1
13.73:1
4.02:1
3.16:1
ATO2512C and
ATO3112C
11.73:1
9.21:1
7.09:1
5.57:1
4.35:1
3.41:1
2.70:1
2.12:1
1.63:1
1.28:1
1.00:1
0.78:1
13.73:1
10.78:1
3.16:1
2.48:1
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Identification Tag
Each transmission has two identification tags. One is on the top of the clutch
housing and the other is on the back of the range housing. Write the serial
number in the space provided below.
Serial Number ________________________
Display
The Driver Information Display (DID) in the instrument cluster provides
current operating information about the I-Shift transmission. The I-Shift
information is always displayed in a portion of the DID.
Driver Information Display with I-Shift Transmission
1. Gear Selector Pattern is shown
in the display so the driver does
not have to look down at the
gear selector to determine which
way to move the gear lever to
obtain a different gear range.
2. Selected Gear Position
indicates the current position of
the gear lever.
3. Available Gears Down
indicates the number of
downshifts with the current
vehicle operating conditions.
4. Current Gear indicates the
current transmission operating
gear.
5. Available Gears Up indicates
the number of upshifts with the
current vehicle operating
conditions.
6. Driving Mode indicates if the
transmission is operating in
Economy or Performance mode.
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GEAR SELECTOR
Two gear selectors are available with the I-Shift transmission: Premium and
Basic. The gear selector is attached to the driver’s seat. There are four gear
selector positions: R, N, D and M. When the gear lever is in the R position, the
reverse gears are engaged. The N position places the transmission in neutral.
The D position is the automatic drive mode. With the Premium gear selector,
the M position allows the driver to manually select the operating and starting
gear. With the Basic gear selector, the M position holds the current operating
gear and puts the transmission in first gear when starting from a stop.
Basic Gear Selector Shown
The gear selector lock must be depressed to move the gear lever from the N
position. The gear lever can be moved from the R position to N, back and forth
between the D and M positions, and from the D position to N without pressing
the gear selector lock.
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Premium Gear Selector Shown
1. Gear Lever
2. Economy/Performance Button
(Premium gear selector only)
3. Gear Selector Lock
4. Manual Gear Selection Buttons
(Premium gear selector only)
5. Fold Button
With the Premium gear selector, the manual gear selection buttons allow the
operator to manually select the operating gear in both the automatic and
manual driving modes. Also, the operator can use the manual gear selection
buttons to select the vehicle start gear and the idle driving gear.
Premium gear selectors have an Economy/Performance button. The
transmission is in Economy mode when the vehicle is started. Press the E/P
button to enable Performance mode.
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The gear lever can be folded to the horizontal position by depressing the Fold
button on the top of the lever. It is not necessary to press the Fold button again
to return the gear lever to the vertical position. The gear lever is in the N
position when returned to the vertical position.
Gear Lever Horizontal and Vertical Positions
When the gear lever is in the horizontal or folded position, F is displayed as
the gear range and the installed feature package is displayed as the driving
mode in the DID. The installed feature package can be modified by customer
parameters in the software. Contact your Volvo Truck dealer for more
information about the optional feature packages listed below:
앫
B = Basic
앫
EB = Enhanced Basic
앫
FE = Fuel Economy
앫
P = Performance
앫
CO = Comprehensive
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I-SHIFT TRANSMISSION FEATURES
The I-Shift transmission is available with optional feature packages.
Customer-requested options allow these packages to be modified to meet
specific operating conditions. Contact your Volvo Truck dealer for more
information about standard and optional features.
I-Shift transmission optional feature packages can be upgraded to add
additional benefits. The following features are available.
Economy and Performance Modes
When the engine is started, the transmission is in Economy mode. An E is
displayed as the driving mode in the DID. The transmission automatically
selects shift points and engine parameters to maximize fuel economy.
Economy mode is primarily used when driving under normal conditions.
In Performance mode, a P is displayed as the driving mode in the DID. The
transmission maximizes gradeability. Performance mode is designed for use in
vocational and specialty vehicles such as construction and heavy haul.
Customer-requested options allow the Performance mode to be modified to
meet specific operating conditions. Options include full operator control, no
operator control and automatic return to Economy mode under certain
operating conditions. A customer-requested option is available to disable the
Kick-Down function when the transmission is operating in Performance
mode. Contact your Volvo Truck dealer for more information about standard
and optional features.
The Performance Mode feature can also be enabled by the Volvo Performance
Bonus software package to reward the driver for saving fuel.
Operating the vehicle in Performance mode for extended periods can result in
a loss of fuel economy.
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Kick-Down
When the Kick-Down switch on the accelerator pedal is engaged, the
transmission will optimize vehicle acceleration, which may result in a
downshift. Kick-Down is engaged by pressing the accelerator pedal all the
way down to the floor. The gear selector must be in the D position to engage
Kick-Down. Kick-Down disables when the accelerator pedal is lifted. The
Kick-Down function can be enabled or disabled based on customer
preference. The Kick-Down feature can also be enabled by the Volvo
Performance Bonus software package to reward the driver for saving fuel.
Kick-Down Switch
A = 100% Throttle
B = Kick-Down
Operating the vehicle with Kick-Down engaged for extended periods can
result in a loss of fuel economy.
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Engine Brake Performance Mode
When the Volvo engine brake is active and transmission is shifting gears, there
will be a momentary interruption of the braking torque. This may result in a
temporary increase of vehicle speed. The operator will experience the same
momentary loss of engine braking as is experienced when downshifting a
conventional manual transmission.
Volvo’s enhanced engine brake (I-VEB) is standard with I-Shift transmissions.
The current brake position is displayed in the status bar in the DID. The
switch on the end of the 6-position engine brake control sets and changes the
set speed for the engine brake.
Brake Control Positions
When cruise control is set, move the engine brake control to the A position
and set the brake cruise speed with the set switch to maintain the set speed.
The transmission interacts with the engine brake to provide optimum
performance.
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When the vehicle is operated in Engine Brake Performance Mode, the
transmission selects the gear with the highest level of braking and keeps
engine speed above 1500 rpm. The Engine Brake Performance Mode is
activated by moving the brake control to the B position and holding the
control in the B position for at least 1 second. When the control is moved to
the B position, B is displayed in the status bar in the DID. When Engine Brake
Performance Mode is engaged, B is displayed in the driving mode in the DID.
Engine Brake Position Display
Engine Idle Governor Driving Mode
The Engine Idle Governor driving mode (if equipped) allows slow speed
vehicle maneuvering such as at the loading dock or in slow moving traffic.
This feature operates the engine at idle while the operator selects a gear to
adjust the vehicle speed. The automatic clutch remains closed and there is no
slipping or overheating. The idle governor will adjust the torque to maintain
idle speed and constant vehicle speed, although the engine load may vary.
Tapping the service brake will cause the transmission to shift down one gear,
if necessary. With the Premium gear selector, it is also possible to downshift
using the manual gear selection buttons. Press the accelerator pedal to increase
vehicle speed. The clutch is only disengaged when the vehicle is stopped or
the brake pedal is fully applied.
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Transmission Power Take-Off (PTO)
Basic PTO functions include pre-defined splitter positions. Parameters that
define which splitter gear to engage when transmission Power Take-Off 1 and
2 are engaged can be adjusted.
With the Premium gear selector, when the gear lever is in the N position, the
operator can use the manual gear selection buttons to select the split gear
when using the power take-off.
N Position Display
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STARTING AND STOPPING
Starting
The transmission gear lever must be in the N position or the engine will not
start. If the gear lever is not in neutral, a starter protection message will appear
in the DID along with the Information light and an audible warning.
If there is not enough air pressure in the I-Shift air reservoir, a low air supply
message will appear in the DID along with the Information light and an
audible warning. Start the engine and allow the air pressure to build in the
reservoir. Wait until the message and light go off before attempting to shift the
transmission into gear.
The gear selector lock must be depressed to move the gear lever from the N
position. Also the brake pedal must be pressed down. If the brake pedal is not
pressed down before attempting to move the gear lever from the N position, a
brake interlock message will appear in the DID along with the Information
light and an audible warning. Move the gear lever back to the N position,
apply the brake pedal and move the gear lever to the desired gear.
With the Premium gear selector, the operator can always select a lower start
gear in both the D and M position. Also, the operator can always select a
higher start gear in the R position.
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Stopping
When parking the vehicle, always apply the parking brake and move the
gear lever to the N position on the gear selector. Make sure the parking
brake is holding the vehicle before leaving the driver position. Failure to do
so can result in unexpected vehicle movement and can cause serious
personal injury or death.
When the vehicle is stopped:
1.
Apply the parking brake.
2.
Move the gear lever to the N position on the gear selector.
3.
Switch off the engine.
DRIVING
The most efficient way to operate the vehicle is to use the automatic drive
program, the D position on the gear selector. Gear changing is automatic and
the operator can concentrate on the road ahead. With the Premium gear
selector, the operator has limited ability to change gears manually with the
gear selector in the D position. In addition, the brake control switch should be
in the A position to maximize the integration of the transmission and brake
system. This means optimum performance and fuel economy at all times.
When the gear selector is in the D position and the engine speed is below
1500 rpm, moving the brake control to the B position will cause the
transmission to downshift. Move the gear lever to the M position to hold the
transmission in the newly selected gear.
In difficult driving conditions such as forests, construction sites and off-road,
manual mode, the M position on the gear selector, and Performance Mode (if
equipped), give the operator more control.
When changing gears manually, the accelerator pedal should not be released.
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D Position
When the Premium gear selector lever is in the D position, the current
transmission operating gear is displayed along with up and down arrows on
each side of the gear display. These arrows indicate the number of available
manual upshifts or downshifts based on the current driving conditions. The
operator can use the manual gear selection buttons to upshift or downshift as
indicated by the arrows. The transmission will automatically upshift and
downshift as necessary to maintain the desired vehicle speed for the current
driving conditions. The number of available manual upshifts and downshifts
will change as driving conditions change.
D Position Display
Press the manual gear selection buttons multiple times to “skip shift” or jump
up or down more than one gear at a time (three gears maximum).
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M Position
When the Premium gear selector lever is in the M position, the current gear is
displayed along with the up and down arrows. The transmission will not
automatically change gears as the driving conditions change. The operator can
use the manual gear selection buttons to upshift or downshift manually. The
number of available upshifts and downshifts will change as driving conditions
change.
M Position Display
Starting the vehicle in too high a gear causes excessive wear to the clutch and
can result in clutch damage.
With the Premium gear selector, when the vehicle is stationary, the gear lever
is in the M position and the transmission has detected conditions that require a
lower vehicle start gear, a select lower gear message will appear in the DID
along with the Information light and an audible warning. Move the gear lever
to the D position on the gear selector, or use the manual gear selection button
to select a lower start gear. If necessary, continue to use the manual gear
selection button to select lower start gears until the message and light go off.
With the Basic gear selector, when the vehicle is stationary and the gear lever
is moved from the D position to M, the vehicle start gear will change to first.
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There is the risk of over-revving the engine when the transmission is locked in
a gear. Damage to the engine may occur.
To lock the transmission in the current gear, move the gear lever from the D
position to the M position. This function can be used for all 12 forward gears.
To return to the automatic program, move the gear lever back to the D
position.
Operating the vehicle in the M position for extended periods can result in a
loss of fuel economy.
R Position
When the Premium gear selector lever is in the R position, the current gear is
displayed along with the up and down arrows. The transmission will not
automatically change gears as the driving conditions change. The operator can
use the manual gear selection buttons to upshift or downshift manually. If the
vehicle has four reverse gears, the vehicle must be stationary to shift between
reverse gear R2 and reverse gear R3.
R Position Display
With the Basic gear selector, when the vehicle is moving and the gear lever is
moved from the D or R position to M, the transmission will stay in the current
gear until the lever is moved back to D, R or N.
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Starting the Vehicle Uphill and Downhill
The vehicle can roll when stopped on a hill or grade, or when the vehicle is
starting from a stop on a hill or grade. Always use the brakes to hold the
vehicle stationary on a hill or grade. Failure to do so can result in serious
personal injury or death.
Always use the brakes to hold the vehicle stationary on a uphill stop. Never
hold the vehicle stationary on an uphill slope using the accelerator pedal. The
clutch could overheat, which could cause it to breakdown.
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The I-Shift transmission clutch is a dry disc type, with no torque converter.
Never allow the clutch to slip in too high a gear when starting the vehicle. If
the clutch overheats, a high clutch load message or clutch protection active
message will appear in the DID along with the Check light and an audible
warning.
Hilly Operating Conditions
When starting the vehicle on an uphill slope:
1.
Press the brake pedal.
2.
Move the gear lever to the D position on the gear selector. With the
Premium gear selector, the operator can use the manual gear selection
button to select a lower start gear.
3.
Quickly move your foot from the brake pedal and firmly press the
accelerator pedal.
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Limp Home Mode
Limp Home Mode should only be used to move the vehicle to a safe location.
Only use Limp Home Mode when no other way to move the vehicle is
available.
If the transmission has a mechanical problem, press the L button on the gear
selector and move the gear lever to the D position to activate Limp Home
Mode. When activated, L is displayed as the driving mode in the DID. With
the Premium gear selector, only 1st, 3rd and 5th forward start gears and
reverse gear R1 are available. With the Basic gear selector, only 1st forward
start gear and reverse gear R1 are available. The operator cannot change gears
in Limp Home Mode. The Limp Home Mode will be deactivated when the
ignition is turned off.
Limp Home Mode Button
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TOWING
You must tow a vehicle equipped with an I-Shift transmission according to the
guidelines below. Failure to do so can result in damage to transmission
components.
When towing the vehicle, the output shaft of the transmission must not be
allowed to spin or turn. If the vehicle is towed with the drive wheels still in
contact with the road surface, the vehicle axle shafts or driveline must be
removed or disconnected.
MAINTENANCE
Before working on or inspecting a vehicle, set the parking brakes, place the
transmission in neutral and chock the wheels. Failure to do so can result in
unexpected vehicle movement and can cause serious personal injury or
death.
Do not attempt to repair or service this vehicle without having sufficient
training, the correct service literature and the proper tools. Failure to follow
this could make your vehicle unsafe and lead to serious personal injury or
death.
Drain the moisture from the transmission air reservoir daily. Draining the
moisture from the air reservoir helps prevent moisture and contaminants from
entering the transmission. Moisture in the transmission can affect operation
and damage components.
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Transmission Oil
Only use Volvo approved synthetic oil in the I-Shift transmission. Using
non-approved oil can result in damage to transmission components.
Keep the transmission oil at the proper level and change it at the Volvo
recommended intervals. Always replace the oil filter when the oil is changed.
Always use the Volvo approved synthetic oil whenever adding or changing the
transmission oil.
For a complete list of approved oils, contact your Volvo Truck dealer. Also,
refer to Bulletin 175-61, Approved Oils, Volvo Components.
Check Oil Level
Check the transmission oil level at each service interval. Park the vehicle on a
level surface. Check the oil level through the sight glass on the side of the
transmission. Add oil as necessary. Always use the correct Volvo approved
synthetic oil.
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1. Drain Plug
Volvo I-Shift Transmission
2. Sight Glass
3. Fill Plug and Oil Level
Sight Glass for Checking Oil Level
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Oil Change Interval
The length of time a transmission can operate before an oil change is required
depends on the quality of the oil used and the vehicle application. For severe
service or off-highway applications, more frequent oil changes may be
necessary.
For on-highway applications, change the transmission oil every 400 000 km
(250,000 miles). Always replace the oil filter when the oil is changed. Always
use the Volvo approved synthetic oil whenever changing the transmission oil.
For additional information about oil change intervals, contact your Volvo
Truck dealer. Also, refer to Bulletin 175-60, Oil and Filters, Volvo
Components.
Oil Change
Hot oil can cause burns. DO NOT allow hot oil to contact the skin. When
changing oil, wear protective gloves.
Always dispose of all lubricants (engine oil, coolant, transmission oil, etc) and
filters according to Federal or local regulations. Used oil disposed of in
nature or waterways contaminates our drinking water and kills wildlife.
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Change the oil filter at every oil change. Drain the oil filter housing before you
remove the filter.
Oil Filter Housing Drain Plug
Oil Filter
Index
27
C
Check Oil Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
D
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
E
Economy Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Engine Brake Performance Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
G
Gear Selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
I
Identification Tag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Idle Governor Driving Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
K
Kick-Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
L
Limp Home Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
M
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
N
Nomenclature and Ratios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
O
Oil Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Oil Change Interval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
28
Index
P
Performance Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
S
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Starting and Stopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Stopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
T
Towing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Transmission Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Transmission Power Take-Off (PTO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
V
Volvo Engine Brake (I-VEB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
1-800-52-VOLVO
Volvo Action Service (VAS)
Support Center
If you need assistance on the road or if you need
service repairs, contact the VAS support center.
VAS is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per
week at 1-800-528-6586.
Please report the specific nature of the service
problem to the Volvo Customer Support
Specialist, who will answer your questions and
arrange for the assistance you need.
Truck Model & Serial
Engine Model & Serial
Transmission Model & Serial
Rear Axle Model & Serial
Your Truck Was Delivered By:
Volvo Trucks North America
P.O. Box 26115 Greensboro, NC 27402-6115
Volvo Trucks Canada, Ltd.
5600A Cancross Court, Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3E9
http://www.volvotrucks.volvo.com
PV776-20906026 04.2007 © Volvo Group North America, Inc. 2007. All Rights Reserved.
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