2-9. Stopping the Truck and Engine.
Release accelerator pedal (5) and
smooth steady pressure on the brake
(6). Allow engine to assist in checking
Do not pump brake pedal or
shift transmission into neutral
b When truck speed has been reduced to near engine idle speed, depress clutch pedal (7).
c After truck has come to a complete stop, move gearshift lever (3) into neutral position.
d Set handbrake (4) and release clutch pedal (7) and brake pedal (6). Do not let truck coast
e. Allow a hot engine to cool off (idle 5 minutes prior to shutdown) to avoid serious
The diesel and multifuel engine shutoff control knob (8) must remain in the STOP
position when truck is not being operated to prevent accidental starting of engine.
Pull out engine shutoff control knob (8) on diesel and multifuel engines (antidiesel
control on gasoline engines).
g. Place all switches in OFF positions.
h. Place transmission shift lever (3) in R (reverse) position after engine has stopped in case
the handbrake (4) does not hold.
To shut OFF the diesel engine fuel supply in an emergency, pull out emergency fuel
shutoff control knob (9) and notify organizational maintenance.
i. Perform after operation maintenance checks and services (see table 3-1).