2-17. STOPPING ENGINE
Set throttle (1) to IDLE.
Set independent brake valve (2) to FULL
Set reverser (3) to NEUTRAL position.
Set GF switch (4) to OFF.
Set throttle (1) to position 4. Run engine
at approximately 600 rpm for 5 minutes to
Set throttle (1) to IDLE position.
Set isolation switch (5) to IDLE position.
Check the engine crankcase oil level
while engine is idling. Oil level shall be
between ADD and FULL marks on the
CHECK WITH ENGINE RUNNING side of
the dipstick gage.
Press STOP pushbutton (6) and hold
firmly until engine stops.
Set CONT switch (7) to OFF.
High voltage is used in the operation of
equipment. Do not be misled by the term LOW
VOLTAGE. Potentials as low as 50 volts may
Remove rings, bracelets, wristwatches, and
locomotive. Jewelry can catch on equipment
and cause injury, or may short across an
electrical circuit and cause severe burns or
Open battery switch (8) and apply handbrake (9) if the locomotive is to be taken out of service.
Emergency Stop. The engine can be shut down external to the cab by any of the following methods:
(1) Emergency fuel cut off push buttons, one located on each side of locomotive. Press until engine stops.
Manual fuel shutoff lever. Pull lever until engine stops.