Driver's Controls and Indicators.
Figure 1-18 shows the driver controls and indicators for the A2
Figure 1-19 illustrates the fuel and throttle
controls for the A3 configuration; figure 1-20 illustrates the driver
controls and indicators for the A3 configuration; figure 1-21
illustrates the steering/brake levers and the pivot steer levers for
the A2 configuration; figure 1-22 shows the transmission controller
for the A3 configuration; and figure 1-23 shows the transmission
range selector operation for the A2 configuration.
Refer to figures 1-18 through 1-23 as you read the paragraphs
comparing the controls and indicators of the A2 and A3
The major differences between driver controls and indicators on the
A2 and A3 configuration are as follows:
a. Air Ventilator Control.
Item 11, figure 18 illustrates the
air ventilator control used on the A2 configuration.
allows cooler air to be drawn from the rear compartment into the
engine air cleaner, which increases engine horsepower.
examine figure 1-19 closely, you find the A3 configuration does have
b. Accelerator Pedal. Both the A2 and A3 configurations use the
upper and lower accelerator pedal.
The driver uses the upper pedal
when he has the driver's seat in the raised position and the lower
pedal when he has the driver's seat in the lowered position.
only difference between the two controls is their appearance.
figures 1-18 and 1-19.)
c. Service Brakes. The A3 configuration has an upper and lower
brake pedal as shown in figure 1-20. The driver uses the upper brake
pedal when he has the driver's seat in the raised position and the
lower pedal when he has driver's seat in the lowered position.
the A2 configuration, the driver uses steering levers to apply the
service brakes. The A2 does not have an upper or lower brake pedal.
Figure 1-21 illustrates the operation of the brake system for the A2