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What should I do if my caterpillar transmission is not working?

What should I do if my caterpillar transmission is not working?

Follow the instructions in the user manual to identify where your filters are and then look for signs of buildup. You can reduce contamination by keeping the space around your Caterpillar clean, but can never eliminate it. If you machine is especially susceptible to contamination you may consider switching to High Efficiency Filters.

How can I get my Cat to stop standing in line?

To rule these and other health issues out, be sure to have your cat checked by your veterinarian. Have at least one litter box per cat. If your kitty has to stand in line before she can relieve herself, she may decide to take her bathroom break elsewhere. Try test-driving a few kinds of litter and litter boxes.

Can a catalytic converter be repaired without replacing the ECM?

Exhaust leaks are common and can skew oxygen sensor readings without setting other DTCs. A careful search might reveal exhaust leaks that, when repaired, “restore” catalytic converter function, at least from the point of view of the ECM.

What should I do if my cat won’t use the litter box?

Have at least one litter box per cat. If your kitty has to stand in line before they can relieve themselves, they may decide to take their bathroom break elsewhere. Try test-driving a few kinds of litter and litter boxes. Some cats prefer covered boxes, some don’t, and some cats prefer one litter over another.

Where can I find help with my Cat pump?

Select a category from the drop-down menu below for help with troubleshooting your pump and system symptoms like low pressure, pulsation, unloader troubles, oil issues, water leaks, or seal problems. If you cannot find what you are looking for, contact our technical support team at [email protected]

Can a collapsing line cause a cat pump to fail?

An under sized line or collapsing line will starve the pump of liquid. It will give a low pressure or fluctuating pressure reading on the gauge and result in damage to the pump. To stabilize inlet pressure under these conditions, install a Captive Acceleration Tube or C.A.T. (Inlet Pressure Stabilizer).

What should I do if my cat pump is screeching?

If a booster pump is required to supply adequate inlet pressure, install a C.A.T. to stabilize the inlet pressure. Screeching noises are typically an indication that belts are slipping. If this occurs at start up, the belts require adjustment. Review the center distance and belt length and adjust the belt tension.

Follow the instructions in the user manual to identify where your filters are and then look for signs of buildup. You can reduce contamination by keeping the space around your Caterpillar clean, but can never eliminate it. If you machine is especially susceptible to contamination you may consider switching to High Efficiency Filters.