Cushman Hauler 4x4 Crew Diesel 2019 Operator's Manual

Operator's Manual for Cushman Hauler 4x4 Crew Diesel 2019 Offroad Vehicle (72 pages)

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This vehicle can be hazardous to operate.
A  collision  or  rollover  can  occur  quickly,  even  during  what  you think are routine
maneuvers  such  as  driving  or  turning  on  flat  terrain,  driving  on  hills,  or  crossing
obstacles, if you fail to take proper precautions. For your safety, understand and fol-
low all the warnings contained in this Operator’s Manual and  on the labels  on  this
vehicle.
Keep this Operator’s Manual with this vehicle at all times. If you lose your manual,
contact Cushman for a free replacement. The labels should be considered permanent
parts of the vehicle. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact Cushman
for a free replacement. Contact Cushman, Service Department, 1451 Marvin Griffin
Road, Augusta, GA 30906, or call  1-800-774-3946  for  proper registration informa-
tion.
FAILURE  TO  FOLLOW  THE  WARNINGS  CONTAINED  IN  THIS  MANUAL
CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Particularly important  information  is distinguished in this  manual  by the following
notations:
FREE ROV SAFETY TRAINING
Free training is available for Recreation Off-Highway Vehicles (ROV) operators and
passengers  from  the  Recreational  Off-Highway  Vehicle  Association  (ROHVA).
Cushman recommends that you complete this course before you first use your new
ROV.
This online course takes approximately two hours to complete and presents you with
a certificate of accomplishment as soon as you complete the course. The course does
not have  to  be completed  all  at one  time.  It will  remember  where you  left  off  and
bring you back to that point when you return.
ALWAYS USE COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING THIS VEHICLE.
Visit www.ROHVA.org to start your training.
California Proposition 65
!
The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION!
BE ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
! WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION, without the safety alert symbol, is
used to address practices not related to per-
sonal injury.
 NOTE:
A NOTE provides key information to make pro-
cedures easier or more clear.
! WARNING
The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.






1
Foreword
Congratulations and thank you from Tex-
tron  Specialized Vehicles  for purchasing
a Cushman vehicle. Built with American
engineering  and  manufacturing  know-
how,  it  is  designed  to  provide  superior
ride, comfort, utility, and dependable ser-
vice.
This  Operator’s  Manual  is  furnished  to
ensure that  the  operator is aware of safe
operating  procedures.  It  also  includes
information  about  the  general  care  and
maintenance  of  this  vehicle.  Carefully
read the following pages. If you have any
questions  regarding  this  vehicle,  contact
an  authorized  Cushman dealer  for  assis-
tance. Remember, only authorized Cush-
man  dealers  have  the  knowledge  and
facilities to provide you with the best ser-
vice possible
NOTE: High altitude and tempera-
ture adversely affect the power out-
put of this vehicle’s diesel engine.
Operation above 6000 ft (1828.8 m)
is not recommended
.
• Become  familiar  with  all  local  and
state/provincial  laws  governing  ROV
operation,
• Respect your vehicle,
• Respect the environment, and
• Respect  private  property  and  do  not
trespass.
Cushman  advises  you  to  strictly  follow
the  recommended  maintenance  program
as outlined. This preventive maintenance
program  is  designed  to  ensure  that  all
critical  components  on  this  vehicle  are
thoroughly inspected at various intervals.
All  information  in  this  manual  is  based
on  the  latest product  data and  specifica-
tions  available  at  the  time  of  printing.
Cushman  reserves  the  right  to  make
product  changes  and  improvements
which may affect illustrations or explana-
tions without notice.
You  have  chosen  a  quality  product
designed  and  manufactured  to  give
dependable service. Be sure, as the owner/
operator  of  this  vehicle,  to  become  thor-
oughly  familiar  with  its  basic  operation,
maintenance, and storage procedures.
Read and understand the entire Operator’s
Manual  before  operating  this  vehicle  to
ensure safe and proper use. Always oper-
ate  the  vehicle  within  your  level  of  skill
and current terrain conditions.
Division II of this manual covers opera-
tor-related  maintenance,  operating
instructions,  and  storage  instructions.  If
major  repair or  service  is ever  required,
contact an authorized Cushman dealer for
professional service.
At  the  time  of  publication,  all  informa-
tion and illustrations in this manual were
technically  correct.  Some  illustrations
used  in  this  manual  are  used  for  clarity
purposes  only  and  are  not  designed  to
depict  actual  conditions.  Because  Cush-
man  constantly  refines  and  improves  its
products,  no  retroactive  obligation  is
incurred.
Operation  of this  vehicle  is  restricted  to
people  16  years  of  age  and  older  who
possess  a  valid  driver’s  license.  Passen-
gers must  be  able to place  both feet flat
on  the  floor  while  keeping  their  back
against the  back of  the  seat and  holding
on to an available handhold.
Protect Your Sport
Parts and 
Accessories
When in need of replacement parts, oil,
or accessories  for this vehicle,  be sure
to  use  only  GENUINE  Cushman
PARTS,  OIL,  AND  ACCESSORIES.
Only  genuine  Cushman  parts,  oil,  and
accessories  are  engineered to  meet  the
standards  and  requirements  of  this
vehicle. For a complete list of accesso-
ries,  refer  to  the  current  ROV Acces-
sory Catalog.
To aid in service and maintenance pro-
cedures on this vehicle, a Service Man-
ual and an Illustrated Parts Manual are
available  through  your  local  Cushman
dealer.




2
Table of Contents
Foreword ................................................1
Parts and Accessories..........................1
Division I — Safety
Safety Alert.............................................4
Hangtags ................................................5
Important Safety Information................6
Warning Labels...................................7-8
Location of Parts and Controls ............9
Warnings .........................................10-19
Division II — Operation/
Maintenance
Specifications ......................................19
Vehicle Operation ...........................20-25
General Information........................26-37
Control Locations and Functions ......26
Doors and Shoulder Bars..................28
Cargo Box Tie-Downs.......................28
Power Steering (if equipped) ............30
LCD Information Gauge (Digital)............31
Diagnostic Trouble Codes......................33
Load Capacity Ratings Chart............34
Trailering and Towing .......................34
Transporting......................................35
Fuel — Oil — Lubricant.....................35
Engine Break-In ................................37
Burnishing Brake Pads .....................37
General Maintenance......................38-64
Maintenance Schedule .....................39
Liquid Cooling System ......................40
Shock Absorbers...............................41
General Lubrication...........................42
Hydraulic Brake.................................44
Fuel Hoses ........................................45
Protective Rubber Boots ...................45
Rear Knuckle Grease Zerks..............45
Primary Air Filter/Safety Filter/Clean-out 
Valve ..............................................50
Wheels ..............................................52
Muffler/Spark Arrester .......................53
Light Bulb Replacement ....................53
Checking/Adjusting Headlight Aim ....56
Fuses.................................................57
Electrical Output Terminals ...............57
Storage Compartments/Tools ...........58
Seat Belts..........................................58
Doors.................................................58
Occupant Shoulder Restraints ..........59
ROPS ................................................59
Preparation for Storage.......................60
Preparation after Storage....................61
Limited Warranty..................................62
Warranty Procedure/Owner 
Responsibility...................................63
U.S. EPA Emission Control Statement/
Warranty Coverage — ROV.............64
Maintenance Record............................65
Change of Address or Ownership......67
Identification Numbers Record.... Inside 
Back Cover











































































































! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
3
Division I — Safety
This vehicle is not a toy and can be hazardous 
to operate.
•Always go slowly and be extra careful when operating on unfamiliar terrain. Always be
alert to changing terrain conditions when operating this vehicle.
• Never
 operate on excessively rough, slippery, or loose terrain.
•Always
 follow proper procedures for turning as described in this manual. Practice turn-
ing at slow speeds before attempting to turn at faster speeds. Do not turn at excessive
speed.
•Always
  have  the  vehicle  checked  by  an  authorized  Cushman  dealer  if  it has been
involved in an accident.
• Never
  operate  on  hills  too  steep  for  your  abilities.  Practice  on  smaller  hills  before
attempting larger hills.
•Always
 follow proper procedures for climbing hills as described in this manual. Check
the terrain carefully before you start up any hill. Never climb hills with slippery or loose
surfaces. Never
 depress the accelerator suddenly or make gear changes while moving.
Never go over the top of any hill at high speed.
•Always
 follow proper procedures for going  down  hills  and  for  braking  on  hills  as
described  in  this manual.  Check  the terrain  carefully  before  you start  down  any  hill.
Never
 go down a hill at high speed. Avoid going down a hill at an angle which would
cause the vehicle to lean sharply to one side. Go straight down the hill where possible.
•Always
 be careful when you decide to climb or descend a hill and never turn on a hill.
Drive straight up or down inclines and not across them. If you must cross the side of a
hill, drive slowly and stop or turn downhill if you feel the vehicle may tip over.
•Always
 use  proper  procedures  if  you  stall  or  roll  backward  when  climbing a hill. To
avoid stalling, maintain a steady speed when climbing a hill. If you stall or roll back-
wards, follow the special procedure for braking described in this manual. 
•Always
 check for obstacles before operating in a new area. Never  attempt  to  operate
over large obstacles, such as large rocks or  fallen  trees. Always
 follow proper proce-
dures when operating over obstacles as described in this manual.
•Always
 be careful of skidding or sliding. On slippery surfaces, such as ice, go slowly
and be very cautious in order to reduce the chance of skidding or sliding out of control.
• Never
 operate this vehicle in fast-flowing water or in water deeper than the floorboard.
Remember that wet brakes may have reduced stopping capability. Test your brakes after
leaving water. If necessary, apply them lightly several times to let friction dry  out the
pads.
•Always
  be  sure  there  are  no  obstacles  or  people  behind  you  when  you  operate  in
reverse. When it is safe to proceed in reverse, go slowly. Avoid turning at sharp angles
in reverse.
•Always
 use the size and type tires specified in this manual. Always maintain proper tire
pressure as described in this manual.
• Never
 improperly install or improperly use accessories on this vehicle.
• Never
 exceed the stated load capacity for this vehicle. Cargo should be properly distrib-
uted and securely attached. Reduce speed and follow instructions in this manual for car-
rying cargo or pulling a trailer and allow greater distance for braking.
• Operation of this vehicle is restricted to people 16 years of age and older who possess a
valid driver’s license. Passengers must be able to place both feet flat on the floor while
keeping their back against the back of the seat and holding on to an available handhold.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
4
Safety Alert
You  should  be  aware  that  THIS  VEHI-
CLE  IS  NOT  A  TOY  AND  CAN  BE
HAZARDOUS  TO  OPERATE.  This
vehicle  handles  differently  from  other
vehicles, including motorcycles and cars.
A collision or rollover can occur quickly,
even  during  what  you  think  are  routine
maneuvers,  such  as  turning,  driving  on
hills, and going over obstacles, if you fail
to take proper precautions.
TO AVOID SERIOUS 
INJURY OR DEATH:
*Always  read  the  Operator’s  Manual
carefully  and  follow  the  operating
procedures  described.  Pay  special
attention to the warnings contained in
the manual and on all labels. 
*Always
 wear the seat belt when oper-
ating or riding in this vehicle.
*Always
 follow  these  age  recommen-
dations:
• Operation  of  this  vehicle  is  restricted
to  people  16  years  of  age  and  older
who  possess  a  valid  driver’s  license.
Passengers must be able to place both
feet  flat  on  the  floor  while  keeping
their back against the back of the seat
and holding on to the handhold.
* Never carry a passenger in the cargo
box of this vehicle.
* Never
 operate this vehicle on a public
road,  even  a  dirt  or  gravel  one,
because you may not be able to avoid
colliding with other vehicles.
*Always
  wear  protective  gear  includ-
ing  a  helmet  (or  hard  hat  where
appropriate).
* Never
  consume  alcohol  or  drugs
before  or  while  operating  this  vehi-
cle.
*Never
  operate  this  vehicle  at  exces-
sive speeds. Go at a speed which is
proper  for  the  terrain,  visibility  con-
ditions, and your experience. 
*Never
 attempt to do wheelies, jumps,
or other stunts. 
*Always
  be  careful  when  operating
this  vehicle,  especially  when
approaching  hills,  turns,  and  obsta-
cles and when operating on unfamil-
iar or rough terrain.
*Never
  operate  this  vehicle  with  the
cargo box lifted or removed.
*Never
  operate  this  vehicle  in  fast-
flowing water or in water deeper than
the floorboard.
*Never
  operate  this  vehicle  with  the
ROPS removed. The ROPS provides
a structure helping to limit intrusions
by branches or other objects and may
reduce  your  risk  of  injury  in  acci-
dents. 
*Never
 put your hands or feet outside
the  vehicle  for  any  reason  while  the
vehicle is in motion. Do not hold onto
the ROPS or hip restraint bar. If you
think or  feel  the vehicle may  tip,  do
not put your hands or feet outside the
vehicle as they will not be able to pre-
vent  the  vehicle  from  tipping.  Any
part  of  your  body  (arms,  legs,  or
head)  outside  the  vehicle  can  be
crushed by passing objects, the vehi-
cle, or ROPS.
*Always
  fasten  occupant  side
restraints prior to moving the vehicle.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
5
Hangtags
This  Cushman  ROV comes  with hangtags  containing  important  safety  information.
Anyone who operates the ROV should read and  understand this information before
riding.
HANGTAG TO GO HERE





! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
6
Important Safety Information
Anyone who operates the ROV should read and understand this information before
operating this vehicle.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
7
Warning Labels




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
8
Warning Labels 




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
9
Location of Parts and Controls
MOD036B
MODC049C
MOD034B
MOD030B
MOD641A
1. Brake Fluid Reservoir
2. Fuel Cap
 3. Operator Side Cargo Box Tilt Lever
 4. Operator Seat Belt
 5. Operator Shoulder Restraint
 6. Tilt Steering Wheel Lever
7. Headlight Switch
 8. 2WD/4WD/Rear Axle Lock 
Drive Select Switches
9. Ignition/Start Switch
10. DC Power Outlets
11. Storage
12.  LCD Information Gauge
13. Shift Lever
14. Passenger Seat Belt
15. Passenger Side Cargo Box Tilt Lever
16. Engine Air Filter
17. Battery
18.  Passenger Handhold
19.  Passenger Shoulder Restraint 
20. Tailgate Latch
21. Hitch
22. Hood Release Latch
23.
Power Distribution Module (
PDM) 
24. Tie Down Hook
25. Winch Fairlead Mount
26. Coolant Reservoir
27. Brake Pedal
28. Accelerator Pedal
29. Operator Door Release Latch
30. Passenger Door Release Latch
31. Glow Plug
32. Low  Engine  Oil  Pressure  Indicator
Light




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
10
Warnings
! WARNING 
POTENTIAL HAZARD 
Operating this vehicle without proper instruction.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The risk of an accident is greatly increased if the operator does not know how to
operate this vehicle properly in different situations and on different types of terrain.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
All operators of this vehicle must read and understand this Operator’s Manual and
all warning and instruction labels prior to operating this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Allowing anyone under age 16 to operate this vehicle.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Use of this vehicle by children can lead to serious injury or death of the child.
Children under the age of 16 may not have the skills, abilities, or judgment needed
to operate this vehicle safely and may be involved in a serious accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Only people 16 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license should operate
this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating or riding in the vehicle without wearing a properly secured seat belt.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupants can strike objects in the passenger compart-
ment, fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers, or be crushed or otherwise injured
in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT and require others to wear their seat belts.
See the Operation/Maintenance section of this manual for more information on
using your seat belt and both operator and passenger(s) wearing an approved hel-
met.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle on public streets, roads, or highways.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You can collide with another vehicle.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle on any public street, road, or highway.
In many states it is illegal to operate a vehicle of this type on public streets, roads,
or highways. Always check state and local laws and regulations.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
11
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating or riding in this vehicle without wearing
protective gear including a helmet (or hard hat where
appropriate).
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Operating or riding without protective gear increases
your chances of serious injury or death in the event of
an accident.
Operating or riding without eye protection can result
in an accident and increases your chances of a seri-
ous injury in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always wear protective gear including:
Eye protection
Gloves
Boots
Long-sleeved shirt or jacket
Long pants
Helmet or Hard Hat where appropriate
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle after or while consuming alcohol or drugs.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could seriously affect your judgment.
Could cause you to react more slowly.
Could affect your balance and perception.
Could result in an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never consume alcohol or drugs before or while driving this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Allowing passengers to ride in the cargo box.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. This vehicle is not designed to carry passengers in the
cargo box. Passengers in the cargo box can be thrown around or from the vehicle
during operation or in an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not permit passengers to ride in the cargo box. Do not install any seating in the
cargo box.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
12
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating or riding in the vehicle without occupant side restraints properly
secured.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupants or their body parts can strike objects outside
the vehicle, be crushed by the vehicle, or fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers
or in the event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not remove the occupant side restraints. Make sure both operator and passen-
ger occupant side restraints are secure before operating or riding in the vehicle.
Stay seated with your seat belt and helmet on and keep your body completely
inside the vehicle during operation. See the Operation/Maintenance section of this
manual for more information.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to keep all parts of your body inside the passenger compartment during
operation.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Body parts could strike objects outside of vehicle or be
crushed in the event of a rollover or accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not place your head, arms, hands, legs, or feet outside of the passenger com-
partment during operation. Stay seated with your seat belt and helmet on and
occupant side restraints properly secured. Keep your feet and legs inboard of the
foot restraints at all times. Do not attempt to stop movement or tipping of the vehi-
cle with your hands or feet. If you feel the vehicle tipping, brace your feet flat on the
floor, keep hands firmly gripping the steering wheel (and handhold for outboard
passenger), and keep all body parts inside the passenger compartment.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle at excessive speeds.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases your chances of losing control of the vehicle, which can result in an acci-
dent.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always ride at a speed that is proper for the terrain, visibility, load, and operating
conditions.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
13
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Attempting abrupt maneuvers, sideways sliding, skidding, fishtailing, or donuts.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases the chance of an accident including a rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never attempt abrupt maneuvers, sideways sliding, skidding, fishtailing, or donuts.
Don’t try to show off.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to inspect this vehicle before operating.
Failure to properly maintain this vehicle.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Increases the possibility of an accident or equipment damage.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always inspect this vehicle each time you use it to make sure it is in safe operating
condition.
Always follow the inspection and maintenance procedures and schedules
described in this Operator’s Manual.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to use extra care when operating this vehicle on unfamiliar terrain.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You can come upon hidden rocks, bumps, or holes without enough time to react.
Could result in the vehicle overturning or going out of control.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Go slowly and be extra careful when operating on unfamiliar terrain.
Always be alert to changing terrain conditions when operating this vehicle.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failure to use extra care when operating on rough, slippery, or loose terrain.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of traction or control, which could result in an accident including
a rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Do not operate on rough, slippery, or loose terrain until you have learned and prac-
ticed the skills necessary to control this vehicle on such terrain.
Always be especially cautious on these kinds of terrain.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
14
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to use care in turns; turning too sharply or aggressively.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The vehicle could go out of control causing a collision, tip over, or rollover.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for turning as described in this Operator’s Man-
ual. Practice turning at slow speeds before attempting to turn at faster speeds. Do
not turn at excessive speed or too sharply for the conditions and for your experi-
ence level. See the Operation/Maintenance section of this manual for more infor-
mation on turning on flat ground, hills, sand, ice, mud, or water. 
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating on steep hills.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
This vehicle can overturn more easily on steep hills than on level surfaces or small
hills.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate the vehicle on hills too steep for the vehicle or for your abilities.
Practice on smaller hills before attempting larger hills.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating with the ROPS removed.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could lead to serious injury or death.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle with the ROPS removed.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Going down a hill improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for going down hills as described in this Opera-
tor’s Manual.
Always check the terrain carefully before you start down any hill.
Never go down a hill at high speed.
Avoid going down a hill at an angle that would cause the vehicle to lean sharply to
one side. Go straight down the hill where possible.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
15
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Climbing hills improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always follow proper procedures for climbing hills as described in this Operator’s
Manual.
Always check the terrain carefully before you start up any hill.
Never climb hills with slippery or loose surfaces.
Never open the throttle suddenly or make sudden gear changes. The vehicle could
flip over backwards.
Never go over the top of any hill at high speed. An obstacle, a sharp drop, or
another vehicle or person could be on the other side of the hill.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Crossing hills or turning on hills.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Avoid crossing the side of a hill or turning on a hill whenever possible. Never
attempt to turn the vehicle around on any hill. If you must cross the side of a hill,
drive slowly and stop or turn downhill if you feel the vehicle may tip. 
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Stalling, rolling backwards, or improperly dismounting while climbing a hill.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could result in the vehicle overturning.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Use proper gear and maintain steady speed when climbing a hill.
If you lose all forward speed:
Apply the brakes. Place the transmission in park after you are stopped.
If you begin rolling backward:
Gradually apply the brakes while rolling backward.
When fully stopped, place the transmission in park.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
16
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Improperly operating over obstacles.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause loss of control or a collision. Could cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Before operating in a new area, check for obstacles.
Never attempt to ride over large obstacles, such as large rocks or fallen trees.
When you go over obstacles, always follow proper procedures as described in this
Operator’s Manual.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Improperly operating in reverse.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You could hit an obstacle or person behind you, resulting in serious injury or death.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Before you engage reverse gear, make sure there are no obstacles or people 
behind you. When it is safe to proceed, go slowly.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Skidding or sliding.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
You could lose control of the vehicle.
You could also regain traction unexpectedly, which may cause the vehicle to overturn.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Learn to safely control skidding or sliding by practicing at slow speeds and on
level, smooth terrain.
On extremely slippery surfaces, such as ice, go slowly and be very cautious in
order to reduce the chance of skidding or sliding out of control.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Overloading the vehicle or carrying or towing improperly.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Could cause changes in handling, which could lead to an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never exceed the stated load capacity for this vehicle.
Cargo should be properly distributed and securely attached.
Reduce speed when carrying cargo or pulling a trailer. Allow greater distance for braking.
Always follow the instructions in this Operator’s Manual for carrying cargo or pulling a
trailer.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
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! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle through deep or fast-flowing water.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Tires may float, causing loss of traction and loss of control, which could lead to an
accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never operate this vehicle in fast-flowing water or in water deeper than the floorboard.
Remember that wet brakes may have reduced stopping capability.
Test the brakes after leaving water. If necessary, apply them several times to dry
out the pads.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating the vehicle with improper tires or with improper or uneven tire pressure.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Use of improper tires on the vehicle, or operating the vehicle with improper or
uneven tire pressure, could cause loss of control increasing your risk of accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always use the size and type tires specified in this Operator’s Manual for this vehicle.
Always maintain proper tire pressure as described in this Operator’s Manual.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this vehicle with improper modifications.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Improper installation of accessories or modification of the vehicle may cause
changes in handling which could lead to an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Never modify this vehicle through improper installation or improper use of accessories.
All parts and accessories added to this vehicle should be genuine Cushman compo-
nents designed for use on this vehicle and should be installed and used according to
instructions. If you have questions, consult an authorized Cushman dealer.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Failing to avoid pinch-points when lowering the cargo box.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Fingers, hands, or arms could be seriously injured when lowering the cargo box.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always be aware of and avoid lowering cargo box until everyone is clear of pinch-
points.




! WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not 
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. 
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! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating through or over thick or sharp brush, timber, debris, or rocks.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death.   Brush, branches, debris, and rocks can enter or pene-
trate the passenger compartment and strike occupants. Running over sharp
branches, rocks, or other large objects can also cause loss of control.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Be alert. Slow down. Wear all recommended protective gear specified in this Oper-
ator’s Manual. Avoid operating through or over thick brush, timber, debris, or large
rocks whenever possible. Watch for and avoid sharp branches, rocks, or other
large objects that could impede or impact the vehicle or enter the passenger com-
partment.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Securing a person improperly in the vehicle due to physical size.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
Serious injury or death. Occupant could strike objects in the passenger compart-
ment, fall out of the vehicle during maneuvers, or be ejected and crushed in the
event of an accident.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Always make sure a passenger can sit with both feet flat on the floor and their back
against the seat while being able to reach any provided handholds.
! WARNING
POTENTIAL HAZARD
Operating this 
vehicle
 on paved surfaces.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
The vehicle’s tires are designed for off-road use only, not for use on pavement.
Paved surfaces may seriously affect handling and control of the vehicle and may
cause the vehicle to go out of control.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
Whenever possible, avoid operating the vehicle on any paved surfaces including
sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, and streets. If operating on paved surfaces is
unavoidable, travel slowly (less than 10 mph) and avoid sudden turns and stops. 




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Division II — Operation/Maintenance
Specifications
 Specifications subject to change without notice.
ENGINE
Type Four-Cycle/Liquid-Cooled
Bore 75 mm (2.952 in.)
Stroke 77.6 mm (3.055 in.)
Displacement 1028 cc (62.7 cu in.)
Target Idle RPM 1200 +/- 25
Max RPM 3850
CHASSIS
Length (Overall) 397.51 cm (156.5 in.)
Height (Overall) 187.96 cm (74 in.)
Width (Overall) 160.02 cm (63 in.)
Suspension Travel (Front/Rear) 25.4 cm (10 in.) / 24.1 cm (9.5 in.)
Tire Size (Front) 25H x 10.5W R12
Tire Size (Rear) 25H x 10.5W R12
Front Tire Inflation Pressure                          (No Cargo)
                                                                       (w/Cargo)
12 psi (82.7 kPa)
12 psi (82.7 kPa)
Rear Tire Inflation Pressure                        (No Cargo)
                                                                      (w/Cargo)
14 psi (96.5 kPa)
16 psi (110.3 kPa)
MISCELLANEOUS
Dry Weight (Approx) 846.4 kg (1866 lb)
Curb Weight 884.5 kg (1950 lb)
ROPS Tested Curb Weight 1621.59 kg (3575 lb)
Fuel
 Tank Capacity  37.85 L (10 U.S. gal.)
Coolant Capacity 6.54 L (6.92 U.S. qt)
Differential Capacity  198 ml (6.7 fl oz) 
Transaxle Capacity 1.21 L (41.0 fl oz) 
Engine Oil Capacity (Approx) 2.37 L (2.5 U.S. qt)
Fuel
 (Recommended) DF1/DF2 (see Recommended Fuel)
Engine Oil (Recommended) 5W-50 (Synthetic)
Front Differential Lubricant SAE-Approved 80W-90 Hypoid
Transaxle Lubricant Transaxle Fluid with EP
Taillight/Brake Light 12.8V-27W/14V-8W
Headlight 12V/60W/55W
Starting System Electric
Brake Type Four-Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brake




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Vehicle Operation
Pre-Start/Pre-Operation Checklist
Item Remarks
Brake System Pedal firm — near top of travel.
Fluid at proper level.
Check for fluid leaks.
Controls Steering free — no binding — no excessive free-play.
Shift lever in park.
Accelerator free — no binding — returns to idle position.
Fluids Coolant level to bottom of radiator neck.
Check oil level.
Fuel tank full of recommended fuel.
Differential/rear drive at proper level.
Check for fluid leaks.
Suspension Ball joints/tie rod ends free — secure.
Shocks not leaking — mountings secure.
Shock spring preload equal on left and right.
Components free of all debris.
Lights/Switches Check light bar, light bar w/high beam, and light bar w/low beam — 
light switch to OFF.
Check taillight/brake light — light switch to OFF.
Check drive select switch — set to 2WD.
Air Filter Clean-out valve clear of all debris.
Ducting secure — no holes or tears.
Tires/Wheels Properly inflated — tread adequate.
Check tires for cuts or tears.
Wheels secure to hubs — hubs secure to axles.
Check wheels for cracked or bent rims.
Seat Belts/Restraints Check condition — proper operation — proper adjustment.
Nuts/Bolts/Fasteners Check for loose nuts and bolts — tighten as necessary.
Check fasteners — latches — ROPS.
Secure hood, cargo box and seats.




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Vehicle Operation
Starting the Engine
Always start with the vehicle on a flat, level
surface.  Carbon  monoxide  poisoning  can
kill you, so keep your vehicle outside while
it’s running. Follow these steps to start it up:
1. Step into the vehicle and sit down; then
fasten  the  operator  seat  belt  and  the
passenger seat belts (if applicable) and
secure  your  approved  helmet  or  hard
hat (if applicable) and require your pas-
senger(s) to do the same (if applicable).
Check that the occupant side restraints
are secured in place.
2. Place  the  transmission  in  park;  then
depress the brake pedal.
3. Turn  the  ignition  key  clockwise  to  the
RUN  position; 
when the glow plug
indicator  light  goes  off, 
turn the igni-
tion  key  clockwise  to  the  START  posi-
tion; then when the engine starts, release
the ignition key to the RUN position. Do
not increase engine RPM above idle.
4. Let  the  engine  warm  up  to  normal
operating temperature.
If Engine Fails to Start
1. Turn  the  ignition  key  clockwise  to  the
RUN  position; 
when the glow plug
indicator light goes off, turn the igni-
tion key to OFF.
2. Turn  the  ignition  key  clockwise  to  the
RUN  position; 
when the glow plug
indicator light goes off, turn the igni-
tion key to START.
3. If the engine still does not start,  turn
the  ignition  key  to  OFF  and  then  to
RUN  to recycle  the  glow  plug timer
for  a  3rd  time;  then  when  the  glow
plug indicator light goes off, turn the
ignition  key  to  START.  When  the
engine  stars,  release the  ignition  key
to  the  RUN  position 
Do not increase
engine RPM above idle.
4. Let the engine warm up.
Shifting Transaxle
 NOTE: When shifting, the opera-
tor is selecting a drive range in the
transaxle and not in the Continu-
ously Variable Transmission (CVT).
The CVT is fully automatic and
shifts as a function of engine RPM
and vehicle loading.
MOD057A
1. To  select  reverse  gear  from  park,
move  the  shift  lever  downward  one
position until the letter “R” is dis-
played  on  the  LCD  information
gauge.
2. To  select  neutral  from  reverse,  move
the shift lever downward  one  position
until the letter “N” is displayed on the
LCD information gauge.
3. To  select  high  range  from  neutral,
move  the  shift  lever  downward  one
position until the letter “H” is dis-
played  on  the  LCD  information
gauge.
! WARNING
Falling from a moving vehicle could
result in serious injury or death.
Always fasten your seat belt securely
and ensure the passenger seat belt is
properly and securely fastened prior
to operating or riding in this vehicle.
CAUTION
Do not run the starter motor for more
than 15 seconds per starting attempt.
The starter motor may overheat caus-
ing severe starter motor damage.
Allow 60 seconds between starting
attempts to allow the starter motor to
cool.
CAUTION
Always come to a complete stop and
allow the engine to return to idle
before attempting to shift from one
range to the other or into reverse.
Always shift on level ground.




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4. To select low range from high range,
move  the  shift  lever  downward  one
position  until  the  letter  “L”  is  dis-
played  on  the  LCD  information
gauge.
 NOTE: The high range is for nor-
mal driving with light loads. The low
range is for carrying heavy loads or
trailer towing. Compared to HIGH
range, the LOW range position pro-
vides slower speed and greater
torque to the wheels.
5. To  select  park,  move  the  shift  lever
completely  up  until  the  letter  “P”  is
displayed  on  the  LCD  information
gauge.
Driving the Vehicle
Once  the  engine  is  at  normal  operating
temperature,  the  vehicle  is  ready  to  be
driven.
1. With the engine idling, press the foot
brake  pedal  to  apply  the  brake;  then
select the appropriate operating range
and/or direction with the shift lever.
2. Release  the  foot brake pedal and
press  the  accelerator  to  slowly  add
power to start moving.
3. To  slow  down  or  stop,  release  the
accelerator  and  press  the  foot  brake
pedal as necessary to slow or stop the
vehicle.
Braking/Stopping
Always allow plenty of room and time to
stop  smoothly.  Sometimes  quick  stops
are  inevitable,  so  always  be  prepared.
Whether you’re stopping slowly or stop-
ping quickly, do this:
1. Release the accelerator; then press the
foot brake pedal to apply the brake.
2. If the wheels lock, release them for a
second;  then  apply  them  again.  On
surfaces  such  as  ice,  mud,  or  loose
gravel, pump the brake pedal rapidly.
3. Never  “ride”  the  brake.  Even  main-
taining minimal pressure on the brake
pedal  will  cause  the  brake  pads  to
drag on the disc and may overheat the
brake fluid.
Parking
Parking  involves  following  the  previous
rules for braking; then:
1. After  the  vehicle  stops,  shift  into
park.
2. Turn off the ignition.
3. If you have to park on a hill, block the
wheels on the downhill side.
Basic Turns
Steering effort is at its lowest in two-wheel
drive  (2WD).  Greater  effort  is  needed
when  in  four-wheel  drive  (4WD).  The
greatest  effort  is  needed  when  in  four-
wheel  drive  and  the  rear  differential  is
locked.
CAUTION
Always shift into low range when
operating on wet or uneven terrain,
when towing or pushing heavy loads,
and when using a plow. Failure to fol-
low this caution may result in prema-
ture V-belt failure or in damage to
related drive system components.
CAUTION
Never increase engine speed above
idle RPM when in park or belt damage
will occur.
! WARNING
Excessive repetitive use of the
hydraulic brake for high speed stops
will cause overheating of the brake
fluid and premature brake pad wear
which will result in an unexpected
loss of brakes.
! WARNING
Use only Cushman-approved brake
fluid. Never substitute or mix differ-
ent types or grades of brake fluid.
Brake loss can result. Check brake
fluid level and pad wear before each
use. Brake loss can result in serious
injury or death.




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Slow  down  before  entering  a  turn.  The
basic turning technique is to drive at low
speed and gradually adjust the amount of
steering  to  suit  the  driving  surface.  Do
not make sudden sharp turns on any sur-
face.  Refer  to  the  sub-sections  Driving
Uphill,  Driving  Downhill,  Crossing
Obstacles,  Driving  in  Reverse, Skidding
or  Sliding,  Crossing  Water,  or  Crossing
Roads for more information.
If your vehicle ever skids sideways during
a  turn,  steer  in  the  direction  of  the  skid.
Also,  avoid  hard  braking  or  accelerating
until you have regained directional control.
Driving Uphill
Always  drive  straight  up  the  hill  and
always avoid hills that are very steep.
1. Keep both hands on the wheel.
2. Prior  to  starting  the  climb,  shift  into
low range, select four-wheel drive for
traction, and gradually press the accel-
erator; then maintain a constant speed.
3. If the vehicle stalls on a hill, press the
foot  brake  pedal  to  apply  the  brake,
shift  into  reverse,  and  slowly  back
down the hill. Do not attempt to turn
around on a hill.
Driving Downhill
Always  drive straight  down  the  hill  and
always avoid hills that are very steep.
1. Keep both hands on the wheel.
2. Prior to descending the hill, shift into
low range and release the accelerator
to  allow  maximum  engine  braking.
Do not use four-wheel drive when
descending a hill. Engine braking can
cause the front wheels to slide reduc-
ing steering control.
 NOTE: Use minimum braking (as
necessary) to maintain a slow
speed.
Crossing Obstacles
Crossing  obstacles  can  be  hazardous.
There  is  always  the  possibility  of  the
vehicle tipping. If you cannot go around
an obstacle, follow these guidelines:
1. Stop  the  vehicle and place the  trans-
mission in park. Go out to inspect the
obstacle  thoroughly  from  both  your
approach side and the exit side. If you
believe  you  can  cross  the  obstacle
safely,  select  four-wheel  drive
(4WD).
 NOTE: Selecting the LOCK posi-
tion on the rear differential lock
switch may be beneficial.
2. Approach  the  obstacle  as  close  as
possible  to  90°  to  minimize  vehicle
tipping.
3.  Keep speed slow enough to maintain
control  but  fast  enough  to  maintain
momentum.
! WARNING
Use care in turns — turning the steer-
ing wheel too far or too fast can result
in loss of control or a rollover. Exces-
sive speed, driving aggressively, or
making abrupt maneuvers, even on
flat, open areas, can cause loss of
control, tipping, or rollover. Uneven
terrain, rough terrain, soft surfaces,
slippery surfaces, and paved sur-
faces can also cause a loss of control
or rollover in a turn. On loose or soft
surfaces, allow yourself more time
and distance to turn and slow down.
! WARNING
Do not attempt to turn around on a
hill.
! WARNING
Driving up hills improperly can cause
loss of control of the vehicle resulting
in serious injury or death. Use extreme
care when driving in hilly terrain.
! WARNING
Do not attempt to turn around on a
hill.
! WARNING
Driving down hills improperly can
cause loss of control of the vehicle
resulting in serious injury or death.
Never drive downhill at a high rate of
speed. Use extreme care when driv-
ing in hilly terrain.




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  4. Use  only  enough  power  to  cross  the
obstacle but still give yourself plenty
of time  to  react to changes in  condi-
tions. Crawl over the obstacle.
 NOTE: If there is any question
about your ability to cross the
obstacle safely, you should turn
around if the ground is flat and you
have room or back up until you find
a less difficult path.
Driving in Reverse
When  operating  in  reverse,  avoid  sharp
turns  and  backing  down  a  hill.  When
using reverse, follow these guidelines:
1. Back  up  slowly.  It’s  hard  to  see
behind you.
 NOTE: Avoid sudden braking
while backing up.
2. If  possible,  it  is  advisable  to  have
someone  “spotting”  for  you  while
backing up.
3. If  you  are  unsure  of  what  is  behind
the vehicle, place the transmission in
park and get out and inspect the area
behind.
 NOTE: This vehicle is equipped
with a reverse limiter that is acti-
vated when the vehicle is in reverse
and 2WD. The reverse limiter will
limit the speed and RPM while driv-
ing in reverse. To override the
reverse limiter, 4WD must be
selected while in reverse.
Skidding or Sliding
If you lose control after hitting sand, ice,
mud, or water, follow these guidelines:
1. Turn the steering wheel into the direc-
tion of the slide.
2. Keep  your  foot  off  the  brake  until
you’re out of the skid.
3. Stop and shift into four-wheel drive.
Crossing Water
This vehicle can only operate in water up
to  its  floorboard.  Stay  away  from  fast-
moving rivers. This vehicle’s tires can be
buoyant.  In  deep water,  the vehicle may
lose traction due to floating.
1. Physically  check  the  depth  and  cur-
rent  of  the  water,  especially  if  you
can’t see the bottom. Also,  check for
boulders,  logs,  or  any  other  hidden
obstacles.
2. Keep  speed  slow  while  maintaining
momentum.
3. Make sure you have a way out on the
other side of the water.
4. Once  you’ve  cleared  the  water,
briefly apply the brakes to make sure
they work.
 NOTE: Light pedal pressure or
pumping the brakes for a short dis-
tance will aid in drying the brakes.
Crossing Roads
It  may  be  necessary  to  cross  a  road  or
highway. If so, note the following guide-
lines.
1. Stop  completely  on  the  shoulder  of
the road.
2. Check both directions for traffic.
3. Crossing near a blind corner or inter-
section is dangerous; avoid it if at all
possible.
4. Drive  straight  across  to  the  opposite
shoulder.
5. Take  into  account  that  this  vehicle
could stall while crossing; give your-
self enough time to get off the road.
! WARNING
Striking hidden obstacles can cause
serious injury or death. Reduce
speed and proceed with care in unfa-
miliar terrain.
! WARNING
Do not operate this vehicle on a fro-
zen body of water unless you have
first verified the ice is sufficiently
thick to support the vehicle, cargo,
and participants. The vehicle could
break through the ice causing seri-
ous injury or death.




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6. You  have  to  assume  that  oncoming
cars  don’t  see  you,  and  if  they  do,
they  won’t  be  able  to  predict  your
actions.
7. It’s  illegal  to  cross  public  roads  in
some places. Know your local laws.
Plan Ahead
Always  bring  basic  items  to  make  your
experience  safe  and  enjoyable.  Be  pre-
pared for whatever you may encounter.
• First-aid kit*
• Food and water
• Tool kit*
• Cell phone
*Storage  locations  and  potential  storage
locations are covered later on in this
manual.




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General Information
 NOTE: This vehicle is equipped
with an audible alarm to warn the
operator above the speed of 15 mph
if the operator’s seat belt is not fully
engaged. The seat belt indicator
light will remain illuminated until
the operator’s seat belt is fully
engaged.
Control Locations and 
Functions
Ignition Switch Key
Two keys come with this vehicle. Keep the
spare  key  in  a  safe  place. An  identifying
number  is stamped  on each  key.  Use  this
number when ordering a replacement key.
Ignition Switch
The ignition switch has three positions.
ATV-0056A
OFF  position  —  All  electrical  circuits
except the accessory are off. The engine
will not start. The key can be removed in
this position.
 NOTE: The accessory plugs are
powered by the battery at all times.
RUN  position  —  The  starter  circuit  is
complete and the engine can run. The key
cannot be removed in this position.
START position — The starter circuit is
complete  and  the  starter  is  engaged.
When the key is released, the switch will
return to the RUN position. The key can-
not be removed in this position.
 NOTE: This vehicle has safety
interlock switches which prevent
the starter motor from activating
when the brake pedal is not
depressed.
Shift Lever
This vehicle has a Continuously Variable
Transmission  (CVT)  which  transfers
power  to  the  dual  range  transmission.
High  range,  low  range,  neutral,  reverse
and park are selected by the operator with
the shift lever.
MOD057A
Drive Select Switches
MOD184
The  left-hand  2WD/4WD  switch  allows
the  operator  to  operate  the  vehicle  in
either two-wheel drive (rear wheels) or
four-wheel drive  (all wheels). The right-
hand  switch  allows  the  operator  to
mechanically lock the  rear  axle  to  apply
equal  power  to  both  rear  wheels.  Both
switches can be used together to achieve
4WD rear axle lock.
For normal driving on flat, dry, and hard
surfaces,  two-wheel  drive  without  rear
axle lock should be sufficient. 
 NOTE: This vehicle is equipped
with a reverse limiter that is acti-
vated when the vehicle is in reverse
and 2WD. The reverse limiter will
limit the speed and RPM while driv-
ing in reverse. To override the
reverse limiter, 4WD must be
selected while in reverse.




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In  situations  when  additional  traction  is
necessary,  rear  axle  lock  or  four-wheel
drive would be the desired choice. Some
situations  may  require  four-wheel  drive
and rear axle lock.
Drive Selection
MOD184
To select 2WD, depress the bottom of the
2WD/4WD switch. To select 4WD, move
the  switch  to  the  opposite  position.  To
engage the rear axle lock, push the top of
the rear axle lock switch.
The  indicator  will  change  with  each
selection.
MOD339
 NOTE: Maneuverability and han-
dling characteristics will differ with
the rear axle lock engaged.
Foot Brake
The foot brake is the only service brake,
and it should be applied whenever brak-
ing is needed.
Apply  the  brake  by  pressing  the  brake
pedal down.
Steering Wheel Tilt Latch
Pull on the  lever  located on the steering
column  and  move  the  steering  wheel  to
the  desired  position;  then  release  the
lever  and  make  sure  the  steering  wheel
locks securely.
MOD183
Headlight Switch
MODC036
With  the  ignition  switch  in  the  RUN
position,  use  the  headlight  switch  to
select  low  beam  or  high  beam.  The
taillights  work  in  all  positions  except
OFF.  The  brake  lights  work  in  all  light
positions.
Accelerator Pedal
Press  down  on  the  pedal  to  increase
engine  RPM  and  vehicle  speed;  release
the  pedal  to  decrease  engine  RPM  and
vehicle speed.
Operator Seat
1. The  operator’s  seat is  not  removable
without tools.
! WARNING
Make sure the steering wheel is locked
securely in place before moving the
vehicle, or steering wheel movement
could occur causing loss of control.




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2. To  lock  the  seat  into  position,  slide
the rear of the seat into the seat retain-
ers and push down firmly on the front
of  seat.  The  seat  must  engage  the
retainers and lock into position.
Passenger Seats
1. To remove a seat, lift up on the front
of the seat; then raise the front of the
seat and slide it out of its rear retain-
ers.
2. To  lock  the  seat  into  position,  slide
the rear of the seat into the seat retain-
ers and push down firmly on the front
of  seat.  The  seat  must  engage  the
retainers and lock into position.
 NOTE: This vehicle is equipped
with a speed-sensitive alarm to
warn the operator the driver’s seat
belt is not fully engaged. The seat
belt indicator light will remain illu-
minated until the driver’s seat belt
is fully engaged.
Seat Belts
This  vehicle  is  equipped  with  seat  belts
for the operator and the passenger(s). To
fasten  and  release the seat  belt  properly,
use the following procedure:
1. Place the seat belt across your lap as
low  as  possible  without  twisting  the
belt, making sure the shoulder strap is
below the neck and across the chest.
2. Push the latch plate into the buckle
slot  until  it  “clicks”  and  latches
securely.  The  belt  will  retract  when
the buckle is released. 
Doors and Shoulder 
Bars
In addition to the seat belts, there are left-
and  right-side  bars to  restrict  arms from
extending outside the vehicle.
Never  operate  the  vehicle  with  the  bars
removed or not secured.
Cargo Box Tie-Downs 
The  cargo  box  has  numerous  tie-down
locations around the top perimeter and in
each  corner  of  the  cargo  box  floor.
Always  secure  cargo  with  tie-down
straps  to  avoid  shifting  or  damage  to
cargo.
Tie-down  locations  (1)  should  not  be
used  as  a  sole  tie-down  location  for
heavy loads.
Use tie-down locations (2) as the main tie
point to secure heavy loads and tie-down
locations (1) as a secondary tie point. 
! WARNING
Make sure the seat is secure before
driving the vehicle. Serious injury or
death could result if the seat is not
properly secured.
! WARNING
Make sure the seats are secure
before driving the vehicle. Serious
injury or death could result if the
seats are not properly secured.
! WARNING
Only appropriate-sized passengers
may ride in this vehicle. Passengers
must be able to place both feet flat on
the floor while keeping their back
against the back of the seat and hold-
ing on to the handholds (outboard
passenger only).
! WARNING
Falling outside a moving vehicle could
result in serious injury or death. Always
fasten your seat belt securely and
ensure the passenger seat belt is prop-
erly and securely fastened prior to oper-
ating or riding in this vehicle.




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MOD118A
 NOTE: Always refer to the Load
Capacity Ratings chart in this man-
ual when loading and hauling
cargo.
Tailgate Latches
MOD061A
1. To  open  the  tailgate,  pull  the  latch
handles (1) (located on the end of the
tailgate).
2. To  close  the  tailgate,  lift  up  and  push
forward firmly. Hook the latch bails (2)
and push the handles forward over cen-
ter.
MOD109A
Cargo Box Latch Handles
MOD062A
1. To raise the cargo box, lift the handle
upward; then raise the cargo box.
2. To  lower  the  cargo  box,  push  down
firmly on the front of the box. The box
will automatically lock into position.
Behind-Seat Storage
A storage compartment is located behind
the passenger seats. This storage location
is not watertight. 
A first-aid kit, fire extinguisher and vehi-
cle recovery  equipment can be  stored  in
this  location.  Fire  extinguishers  should
be  secured  and  not  allowed  to  roll
around.
If emergency equipment is  stored  out  of
sight, be sure to clearly identify the loca-
tions of those items.
MOD122
CAUTION
When using ratchet-type straps, do
not over tighten or damage to the
cargo box could occur.




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To  access  behind-the-seat  storage,  turn
the  1/4-turn  fastener  clockwise  and  tilt
the seat backrest forward.
MOD121A
The  storage compartment  is  designed  to
be a perfect fit for the passenger seat bot-
tom(s).
1. Fold  the  passenger  seat  backrest(s)
down  and  place  the  seat  bottom(s)
into the marked holding position(s) in
the storage compartment.
MOD151A
Power Steering (if 
equipped)
Certain  vehicles  were  produced  with  an
Electronic Power  Steering (EPS) system
to  reduce  steering  effort  and  operator
fatigue  over  a  broad  range  of  operating
conditions. 
The EPS system engages when the igni-
tion switch  is turned  to  the ON  position
and  disengages  after  approximately  five
minutes  (to  conserve  battery  power)  if
the engine is not running.
This system is entirely maintenance-free:
no  adjustment  or  servicing  is  required.
There  are  no  fluids  to  check  or  change,
and the  EPS  system is entirely  self-con-
tained  and  sealed  to  protect  it  from  the
elements.
The  EPS  system  is  battery  system  pow-
ered;  therefore,  the  battery  must  be  in
good condition and fully charged. Power
delivery  and  overload  protection  is  pro-
vided  by  an EPS relay  and 30-amp fuse
located under the hood in the Power Dis-
tribution Module (PDM).
The  system  is  self-monitored  and  will
display  a  malfunction  code  on the  LCD
information gauge should an EPS system
control circuit problem occur.
Code Fault Description
C1351 Motor Position Index
C1352 Motor Position Plausibility
C1353 Motor Position Range
C1354 Internal Voltage Supply
C1355 Session Error
C1356 Torque Sensor Open Circuit
C1357 Torque Sensor Range
C1358 Torque Sensor Over Range
C1359 Torque Sensor Communication
C1360 Internal Processor Error
C1361 Temperature Sensor Circuit
C1362 Stuck at Bootloader
C1363 Calibration Values Not Programmed
C1364 Calibration Checksum
C1365 Application Checksum
C1366 Variant Coding Error
C1367 Vehicle Speed
C1368 ECM CAN Bus Error
C1369 Gauge CAN Bus Error
C1370 CAN Bus Error
C1371 Over Temp Condition
C1372 Battery Voltage Low
C1373 Battery Voltage High
C1374 Over Current Error
C1375 System Voltage High
C1376 Current Sensor Range




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
NOTE: The code reset procedure is
to turn the key switch to the OFF posi-
tion, then back to the ON position. If
the code continues to be displayed,
take your vehicle to an authorized
dealer for EPS system servicing
before resuming operation.
In  the  event  of  electrical  power  failure,
the EPS system becomes disabled (simi-
lar to an automobile with the engine shut
off). Steering effort increases but steering
control can be maintained.
LCD Information Gauge 
(Digital)
MOD338
(1) Left  Button 
—
  Shifts  top  display
through  speedometer,  RPM,  and
clock.
(2) Middle  Button 
—
  Shifts middle  dis-
play  through  speedometer,  RPM,
clock,  odometer,  trip  1,  trip  2,  and
engine hours.
(3) Right Button 
—
 Shifts bottom display
through  coolant  temperature,  battery
voltage, and fuel level.
(4) Speedometer/Tachometer/Clock  Dis-
play 
—
 Indicates approximate vehicle
speed in MPH or KM/H when speed-
ometer  function  is  selected,  RPM
when tachometer function is selected,
or time when clock is selected. Press
the  Left  Button  to  change  which
parameter  is  being  displayed.  With
speedometer selected, press and hold
the Left Button to shift between stan-
dard  (mph/miles/Fahrenheit)  and
metric (km/h/kilometers/Celsius).
With  the  clock  mode  selected,  press
and  hold  the Left  Button  to start  the
process to set the clock. The option of
selecting  the  12-hour  or  24-hour
clock is available; press the Left But-
ton  to  alternate  between  the  two
modes. Next, press the Middle Button
to choose the hour and minutes. Press
the  Left  or  Right  Button  to  set  the
hour; then press the Middle Button to
choose the minutes. Press the Left or
Right Button to set the minute. When
the proper time has been set, press the
Middle  Button  to  return  to  the  main
gauge display.
(5) Engine  Hour  Meter/Odometer/Trip
Meter/Speedometer/Tachometer/
Clock  Display 
—
  Displays  engine
hours, odometer, trip meter, speedom-
eter,  tachometer,  or  clock.  Press  the
Middle  Button  to  change  which
parameter  is  being  displayed.  The
Engine  Hour  Meter  and  Odometer
cannot  be  reset.  To  reset  the  trip
meter,  select  the  Trip  Meter;  then
press  and  hold  the  Middle  Button
until the trip meter display reads 0. 
 NOTE: The engine hour meter will
not activate until engine speed
exceeds 500 RPM.
 NOTE: An item can only be dis-
played in the middle position (5) if it
is not already displayed in the top
position (4). To set the clock when
the clock is in the middle position,
press and hold the Middle Button;
then use the procedure found in 4.
CAUTION
Never operate this vehicle with an
EPS code indicated on the LCD infor-
mation gauge that cannot be turned
off using the reset procedure. This
indicates a malfunction in the EPS
system control circuit and could
result in a loss of power steering
assist. 




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(6) Coolant  Temperature/Battery  Volt-
age/Fuel  Level  Display 
—
 Displays
coolant  temperature,  battery  voltage,
and fuel quantity. Press the Right But-
ton  to  change  which  parameter  is
being  displayed.  Press  and  hold  the
Right Button to see the actual values
associated with the mode selected.  
 NOTE: High engine RPM, low
vehicle speed, or heavy load can
raise engine temperature. Decreas-
ing engine RPM, reducing load, and
selecting an appropriate transmis-
sion gear can lower the tempera-
ture.
 NOTE: Debris in the engine com-
partment (or packed between the
cooling fins of the radiator) can
reduce cooling capacity. Using a
garden hose, wash the radiator and
the engine to remove any debris
preventing air flow.
(7) Gear  Position  Indicator 
—
  Indicates
which gear is selected.
(8) Rear Axle Lock Indicator 
—
 Displays
an  X  between  rear  wheels  when  the
axle lock has been engaged. Displays
an  O  between  rear  wheels  when  the
axle lock is disengaged.
(9) Drive Select Indicator 
—
 Displays an
O between the front wheels when the
4x4  drive  mode  is  selected  by  the
drive select switch.
(10) Seat  Belt  Reminder  Indicator 
—
  Each
time  the  ignition  switch  is  turned  ON,
the  indicator  will  illuminate  on  the
speedometer  to  remind  occupants  to
secure their seat belts.
(11) Engine  Malfunction  Indicator 
—
 A
diagnostic trouble code (see list) and
engine icon  will be  displayed  on  the
LCD information gauge whenever an
Engine Management error is detected.
The code and engine icon will con-
tinue  to  be  displayed  on  the  LCD
information  gauge  until  the  error  is
corrected.
MOD102A
 NOTE: Take the vehicle to an
authorized Cushman dealer to have
the error corrected and the system
error reset as soon as possible.
CAUTION
Continued operation with high engine
temperature may result in engine
damage or premature wear.
CAUTION
Cushman does not recommend using
a pressure washer to clean the radia-
tor core. The pressure may bend or
flatten the fins causing restricted air
flow, and electrical components on
the radiator could be damaged. Use
only a garden hose with spray nozzle
at normal tap pressure.
! WARNING
The seat belt indicator and audible
alarm are a reminder and will turn off
after the operator’s seat belt is
secured. It does not indicate that all
seat belts are properly secured. It is
the operator’s responsibility to
ensure all vehicle occupants are
properly seated with seat belts
secure. Serious injury or death could
occur as a result of falling outside a
moving vehicle.




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Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Oil Level Stick
There  is  an  oil  level  stick  for  checking
the  engine  oil  level.  To  check  the  oil
level, use the following procedure:
 NOTE: The vehicle should be on
level ground when checking the
engine oil level. 
Preference is to
check before operating or at
least one hour after use.
1. Lift the cargo box.
2. Remove the oil level stick and wipe it
with a clean cloth.
MOD063
3. Install the oil level stick.

NOTE: The oil level stick should be
fully seated for checking purposes.
4. Remove the oil level stick; the engine
oil level should be within the operat-
ing range.
MOD-OIL-DA
5. To add oil, the cargo box must be
tilted up. Remove the oil fill cap.
After adding oil, install the oil fill cap
and tighten securely. 
Display Fault Description
C0063 Tilt Sensor Circuit High
C0064 Tilt Sensor Circuit Low/SG/Open
P0119 Engine Coolant Temp Sensor Circuit 
Intermittent
P0217 Engine Coolant Over Temperature 
Detected
P0370 Loss of Crankshaft Position Sensor 
Synchronization/Gap Position
P0372 Crankshaft Position Sensor Missing 
Tooth
P0373 Crankshaft Position Sensor Spike 
Detected
P0480 Fan-Primary Relay Control Circuit
P0500 Vehicle Speed-Sensor
P0562 System Voltage Low
P0563 System Voltage High
P0615 Starter Relay Circuit
P0616 Starter Relay Circuit Low
P0617 Starter Relay Circuit High
P0627 Fuel Pump Control Circuit Open
P0628 Fuel Pump Control Circuit Low/SG
P0629 Fuel Pump Control Circuit High/SP
P0630 VIN Not Programmed or Incompatible
P0641 Sensor Reference Voltage #1 Circuit 
Low/Open
P0643 Sensor Reference Voltage #1 Circuit 
High
P0691 Cooling Fan #1 Circuit Low/SG
P0692 Cooling Fan #1 Circuit High/SP
U0100 Lost Communication with ECM
U0155 LCD Gauge to EFI ECM CAN Com-
munication Lost
FUEL 
OFF
Tilt Sensor Activation Code
CAUTION
The vehicle should be on level
ground when checking the engine oil
level. If the oil level is lower than the
“ADD” line, only add oil if the engine
oil has had sufficient time to drain
back to the oil pan after operation.
Preference is to check before operat-
ing or at least one hour after use.
! WARNING
Do not overfill the engine oil. Always
make sure the oil level is within the
operating range but not above the
FULL mark. 




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MOD063A
6. Check the oil level after additional oil
is added to the engine and confirm the
oil is within the operating range. 
Load Capacity Ratings 
Chart 
This  vehicle  must  always  be  loaded  in
accordance with the Load Capacity Ratings
chart.  Under  no  circumstances  should  the
Vehicle  Load  Capacity  (Payload)  rating
ever be exceeded.
Vehicle  Load  Capacity  (Payload) —
Total  weight  of  operator,  passenger(s),
trailer tongue weight, accessories, cargo,
and  storage  compartments.  Any  combi-
nation  of  these  must  not  exceed  1500
lb.
Tongue  Weight
 
—
  Weight  on  trailer
tongue.
Accessory Weight —  Winch, gun scab-
bard brackets, snow plow, etc.
Rear  Tongue  and  Cargo  Weight —
Total weight on trailer tongue and cargo
box.
Rear  Tongue,  Cargo,  and  Storage
Compartments Weight — Total weight
on trailer tongue, cargo box, and storage
compartments.
Towing  Capacity — Total weight of
trailer and all cargo in the trailer.
Trailering and Towing
MOD001B
This vehicle is equipped with a rear frame-
mounted  receiver  for  a  standard  5.1  cm
(2 in.) receiver hitch.
When  loading  a  trailer  properly,  two
items  are  critical:  Gross  Trailer  Weight
(the weight of the trailer plus cargo) and
Trailer Tongue Weight.
Trailer  Tongue  Weight  is  the  downward
force  exerted  on  the  hitch  by  the  trailer
coupler  when  the  trailer  is  fully  loaded
and  the  coupler  is  at  its  normal  towing
height.  Refer  to  the  Load  Capacity  Rat-
ings Chart for tongue weight information.
! WARNING
Overloading this vehicle could result
in loss of control resulting in serious
injury or death.
Item Specifications
(lb) (kg)
Vehicle Load Capacity 
(Payload)
1500 680
Tongue Weight 150 68
Rear Tongue and Cargo 
Weight (max)
1000 453
Towing Capacity 2000 907
! WARNING
Make sure that the load in the trailer
is properly secured and will not shift
while moving. Also, do not overload
the trailer.
! WARNING
Never exceed any of the vehicle
weight restrictions.




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Always  maintain  a  slow  speed  when
trailering  and  towing  and  avoid  sudden
acceleration,  quick  maneuvers,  and  sud-
den  stops.  Braking  distance  will  be
affected  when  towing  a  trailer.  When
towing  a  trailer,  always  maintain  slow
speed  and allow  more  stopping  distance
than when not towing a trailer.
Transporting
When  transporting, the  vehicle must  be in
its  normal  operating  position  (on  all  four
wheels)  and the  following procedure  must
be used:
1. Place the transmission in park.
2. Secure  the  vehicle  with  load  rated
hold-down straps.
MOD156
MOD627
 NOTE: Suitable hold-down straps
are available from your authorized
dealer. Ordinary rope is not recom-
mended because it can stretch
under load.
Fuel — Oil — Lubricant
Filling Fuel Tank
Since 
fuel
  expands  as  its  temperature
increases, the 
fuel
 tank must be filled  to
its  rated  capacity  only.  Expansion  room
must  be  maintained  in  the  tank  particu-
larly  if  the  tank  is  filled  with  cold 
fuel
and then moved to a warm area. 
Allow the engine to cool before filling the
fuel tank. Care must be taken not to over-
fill  the  tank.  If  overfilled,  fuel  may  leak
onto the engine creating a fire hazard.
! WARNING
Operating this vehicle without extra
caution when towing a trailer will be
hazardous. Trailer towing can affect
the handling and braking of the vehi-
cle. Tow only at low speeds and never
exceed 10 mph. Avoid sudden accel-
eration and stopping of the vehicle.
Do not make quick maneuvers. Avoid
uneven surfaces and do not tow on
hills.
! WARNING
Never tow people in or on any device
except when towing a disabled vehi-
cle with operable brakes and steering
or on a trailer designed for passen-
gers that has a rigid tow bar.
CAUTION
Failure to place the transmission in
park could allow the vehicle to roll off
the trailer in the event of tie-down
strap failure.
CAUTION
If using additional hold-down straps
in any other areas, care must be
taken not to damage the vehicle.
! WARNING
Never secure a strap across the floor-
board of the vehicle.
CAUTION
Always latch the doors when trans-
porting to prevent damage to the
doors and body panels.
! WARNING
Always fill the fuel tank in a well-venti-
lated area. Never add fuel to the fuel
tank near any open flames or with the
engine running or hot. DO NOT
SMOKE while filling the fuel tank.




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MOD080A
Tighten  the 
fuel
  tank  cap  securely  after
filling the tank.
Recommended Fuel
Fuel for 32° F (0° C) 
and Above
Acceptable  fuels  for temperatures above
freezing  are  diesel  #2  (DF2)  and  #1
(DF1); winter diesel or winterized diesel;
EN590;  biodiesel  containing  up  to  10%
biofuel; and JP-8.
NOTE: Some biofuels have a
cloud point near or above freezing
and should not be used if tempera-
tures could reach below 32° F
(0° C). Biodiesel B10 does not have
the shelf life of DF1 and DF2. Bio-
diesel decreases the amount of
time between service intervals.
Fuel for Below 32° F 
(0° C)
Only use DF1 or specific  winter  fuels.
Fuels  not  refined  specifically  for  winter
operation  can  form  paraffin  which  can
cause the fuel flow to be stopped. Famil-
iarize yourself with the winter fuels in the
vehicle  operation  area  and  only  attempt
vehicle operation above the winter fuel’s
cloud  point.  Operation  below  the  fuel’s
cloud point could result in complete fuel
system gelling.
Recommended Engine Oil
The  recommended oil  to  use is  synthetic
engine  oil,  which  has  been  specifically
formulated for use in the engine. Although
Cushman  synthetic engine  oil is  the only
oil  recommended  for  use  in  this  engine,
use of any API-certified SM 
5W-50
 oil is
acceptable.
OILCHART5W50 synthetic
! WARNING
Do not overflow fuel when filling the
fuel tank. A fire hazard could materi-
alize. Always allow the engine to cool
before filling the fuel tank.
! WARNING
Do not overfill the fuel tank.
CAUTION
JP-8 fuel reduces power and a reduc-
tion in the life of fuel system compo-
nents is possible.
CAUTION
Any oil used in place of the recom-
mended oil could cause serious
engine damage. Do not use oils which
contain graphite or molybdenum addi-
tives. These oils can adversely affect
clutch operation. Also, not recom-
mended are racing, vegetable, non-
detergent, and castor-based oils.




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Recommended Front 
Differential Lubricant

NOTE: 
Cushman
 recommends the
use of genuine 
Cushman
 lubricants.
The  recommended  front  differential
lubricant is SAE-approved 80W-90 hyp-
oid. This lubricant meets all of the lubri-
cation requirements of this vehicle.
Engine Break-In 
After the completion of the break-in period,
the  engine  oil  and  oil  filter  should  be
changed. Other maintenance after break-in
should  include  checking  of  all  prescribed
adjustments and tightening of all fasteners.
At the discretion and expense of the owner/
operator,  the  vehicle  may  be  taken  to  an
authorized  Cushman  dealer  for  this  initial
service.
New vehicles and engines require a “break-
in” period. The first month is most critical
to the life of this vehicle. Proper operation
during this break-in period will help ensure
maximum  life  and  performance  from  this
vehicle.
When the engine starts, allow it to warm up
properly.  Idle  the  engine  several  minutes
until the engine has reached normal operat-
ing temperature. Do not idle the engine for
excessively long periods of time.
During  the  first  50  hours  of  operation,
always use less than 70% throttle. Varying
the engine RPM during the break-in period
allows  the  components  to  “load”  (aiding
the engine/transmission component mating
process) and then “unload” (allowing com-
ponents to cool). Although it is essential to
place  some  stress  on  the  engine  compo-
nents during break-in, care should be taken
not  to  overload  the  engine  too  often.  Do
not exceed 70% throttle during the break-
in period.
Burnishing Brake Pads
Brake pads must be burnished to achieve full
braking  effectiveness.  Braking  distance  will
be extended until brake pads are properly bur-
nished. 
To  properly  burnish  the  brakes,  use  the  fol-
lowing procedure: 
1. In an appropriate area, accelerate to 25
mph; then release the accelerator pedal
and press the brake pedal to decelerate
to 0-5 mph.
2. Repeat this procedure 10 times.
CAUTION
Any lubricant used in place of the rec-
ommended lubricant could cause seri-
ous front differential/rear drive damage.
! WARNING
Do not attempt sudden stops or put
yourself into a situation where a sud-
den stop will be required until the
brake pads are properly burnished.




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General Maintenance
 NOTE: Proper maintenance of
this vehicle is important for opti-
mum performance. Follow the Main-
tenance Schedule and all ensuing
maintenance instructions/informa-
tion.
If,  at  any  time,  abnormal  noises,  vibra-
tions,  or  improper  functioning  of  any
component  of  this  vehicle  is  detected,
DO  NOT  OPERATE  THE  VEHICLE.
Take  the  vehicle  to  an  authorized  Cush-
man dealer for inspection and adjustment
or repair.
If the owner/operator does not feel quali-
fied to perform any of these maintenance
procedures or checks, take the vehicle to
an authorized Cushman dealer for profes-
sional service.
 NOTE: The following instructions
and information refer to specific
items in the maintenance and care
of this vehicle.




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* Dealer maintenance
Maintenance Schedule
Period Check/Inspect Replace Clean
Daily
See Pre-Start/Pre-Operation Checklist 
Break-In
First
10 hours/100 miles 
-Wheel lug nuts 
(torque to 100 ft-lb)
First
50 hours/500 miles 
-Wheel lug nuts  
(torque to 100 ft-lb)
-Fluid levels
-Transaxle fluid
-Front differential fluid
-Engine oil and filter
Recurring
Every
100 hours/1000 miles
-Fluid levels
-Grease Rear knuck-
les 
-Engine air filter 
outer element
-Engine air filter outer 
element, replace as necessary
-Engine oil and filter
Every
200 hours/2000 miles
-Brake pad wear*
-All hardware, 
tighten if necessary
-Battery terminals
-Spark arrestor
-Drive and driven 
clutch
-Sway bar links and 
bushings
-CVT belt
-CVT air inlet
-Wheel lug nuts 
(torque to 100 ft-lb)
-Spark plugs, check 
gap
-Clutch engagement 
RPM (approx. 1500-
1600 RPM)
-Shocks/springs
-Alternator belt
-Spark arrestor, replace as 
necessary
-Drive and driven clutch, 
replace worn components as 
necessary
-Sway bar links and bushings, 
replace as necessary
-CVT belt, replace as 
necessary
-Radiator
-Battery terminals
-Spark arrestor
-Drive and driven 
clutch
-CVT air inlet
-Spark plugs
-Drive and driven 
clutch (blow out 
with compressed 
air)
-Shocks/springs
Every
400 hours/4000 miles
-Rubber lines and 
hoses
-Engine air filter 
inner element
-Engine air filter 
intake hose
-Fuel filter
Transaxle fluid
-Front differential fluid
-Rubber lines and hoses, 
replace as necessary
-Engine air filter inner 
element, replace as necessary
-Engine air filter 
intake hose
Every
1000 hours
-Fuel injectors*
Every 500 miles
-Valve lash clear-
ance*
Every
24 months
-Brake fluid
Every 30 months
-Engine coolant




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Liquid Cooling System

NOTE: Debris in the engine com-
partment or packed between the cool-
ing fins of the radiator can reduce
cooling capability. Using a garden
hose, wash the radiator to remove
any debris preventing air flow.
The cooling  system capacity can  be  found
in the specification chart. The cooling sys-
tem  should  be  inspected  daily  for  leakage
and  damage.  If  leakage  or  damage  is
detected,  take the  vehicle  to  an  authorized
Cushman
 dealer for service. Also, the cool-
ant level should be checked periodically.

NOTE: High engine RPM, low vehi-
cle speed, or heavy load can raise
engine temperature. Decreasing
engine RPM, reducing load, and
selecting an appropriate transmis-
sion gear can lower the temperature.
When  filling  the  cooling  system,  use  a
coolant/water mixture of 60/40 or a cool-
ant/water  mixture  which  will  satisfy  the
coldest  anticipated weather conditions of
the  area  in  accordance  with  the  coolant
manufacturer’s recommendations. 
Always maintain the coolant level at the
cold fill line of the coolant reservoir.
Checking Coolant
1. Lift  the  hood  by  turning  the  1/4-turn
fasteners  located  at  the  rear  of  the
hood. Remove the hood by sliding it
toward the rear of the vehicle and out
of the slots in the grill.
MOD044A
2. Inspect  the  coolant  level  cold.  The
level shouldn’t be lower than the cold
full line. When it’s at operating tem-
perature,  the  coolant  level  may  be
above the cold full line.
MOD043
 NOTE: If you cannot see any cool-
ant in the reservoir, inspect the
cooling system for leaks. If no leaks
are present, add coolant using the
bleed procedure below. If a coolant
leak is suspected, schedule ser-
vice with an Authorized Dealer.
Bleeding Cooling 
System
While the cooling system is being filled,
air pockets may develop; therefore, make
sure the cooling system is properly bled,
with no trapped air in the system. 
1. Slowly remove the plug from the top
of the thermostat housing on the right
side  of  the  engine  allowing  trapped
air to escape.
CAUTION
Cushman does not recommend using
a pressure washer to clean the radia-
tor core. The pressure may bend or
flatten the fins causing restricted air
flow, and electrical components on
the radiator could be damaged. Use
only a garden hose with spray nozzle
at normal tap pressure.
CAUTION
Continued operation of the vehicle
with high engine temperature may
result in engine damage or premature
wear.
! WARNING
Never check the coolant level when
the engine is hot or the cooling sys-
tem is under pressure.




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2. When  pure  coolant  (no  air)  flows
from the bleed hole, install the bleed
plug and tighten securely.
3. Fill the cooling system to the cold fill
line  of  the  reservoir.  Run  the  engine
for  five  minutes  after  the  initial  fill;
then shut off the engine and recheck
coolant level once cool.
MOD185
 NOTE: Use a good quality, biode-
gradable glycol-based, automotive-
type antifreeze.
Shock Absorbers
Each  shock  absorber  should  be  visibly
checked weekly for excessive fluid leak-
age (some seal leakage may be observed
but  it  does  not  indicate  the  shock  is  in
need of replacement), cracks or breaks in
the lower case, or a bent shock rod. If any
one  of  these  conditions  is  detected,
replacement is necessary.
 NOTE: When the vehicle is
operated in extremely cold
weather (-23° C/-10° F or colder),
a small amount of leakage may be
present. Unless the leakage is
excessive, replacement is not
necessary.
This vehicle  is  equipped with adjustable
shock  absorbers  in  the  front  and  rear  to
allow  for  different  driving  and  loading
conditions. 
The  front  shock  absorbers  or  front  and
rear shock absorbers have an adjustment
sleeve with five preload adjustment posi-
tions  that  can  be  turned  with  a  special
spanner  wrench  to  increase  or  decrease
coil spring tension.
 NOTE: The softest setting is as
shown.
MOD186
 NOTE: Before attempting to
adjust suspension, clean dirt and
debris from the sleeve and remove
load from the suspension. Using a
suitable lift or jack, lift the vehicle
enough to allow the shock assem-
bly to fully extend. Use the spanner
wrench to adjust the sleeve to the
desired position.
To adjust the spring force on these shock
absorbers,  rotate  the  preload  adjustment
sleeve  with  a  suitable  spanner  wrench
until desired spring tension is achieved.
CAUTION
After operating the vehicle for the ini-
tial 5-10 minutes, stop the engine,
allow the engine to cool down, and
check the coolant level. Add coolant
as necessary.
Position
Spring 
Force
Setting Load
1
Stronger
Soft
Stiff
Light
Heavy
2
3
4
5




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MOD178
MOD179
MOD180
MOD181
General Lubrication
Cables
None  of  the  cables  require  lubrication;
however,  it  is  advisable  to  lubricate  the
ends  of  the  cables  periodically  with  a
good cable lubricant.
Cargo Box Latches
Periodically  apply  a light  coat of  grease
to  the  latches  and  pins.  Do  not  over
grease.
Engine Oil and Filter 

NOTE: Refer to the recommended
oil viscosity chart on page 36 in this
manual for the proper engine oil.

NOTE: Refer to the oil level stick
on pages 33-34 in this manual for the
location and proper way to check oil.
Change the engine oil and oil filter  at  the
scheduled  intervals.  The  engine  should
always  be  warm  when the  oil  is  changed
so the oil will drain easily and completely.
1. Park the vehicle on level ground.
2. Remove the middle seat; then remove
the  maintenance  cover  to  access  the
oil filter.
MOD105
3. Tilt the cargo box  to  the dump posi-
tion;  then  loosen  the  oil  fill  cap.  Be
careful  not  to  allow  contaminants  to
enter the opening.
MOD063A
4. Remove the drain plug from the bot-
tom  of  the  engine  and  drain  the  oil
into a drain pan.




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MOD016A
5. Using  the  oil  filter  wrench  and  a
ratchet handle (or a socket or box-end
wrench), remove the old oil filter and
dispose  of  properly.  Capture  oil  in  a
suitable  pan  or  absorbent  material.
Do not reuse oil filter.
 NOTE: Clean up any excess oil
after removing the filter.
6. Apply oil to the new filter O-ring and
check  to  make  sure  it  is  positioned
correctly; then install the new oil fil-
ter. Tighten securely.
7. Install  the  engine  drain  plug  and
tighten  to  29.5  ft-lb  (40  N-m).  Pour
the  recommended  oil  into  the  filler
hole. Install oil fill cap.
8. Start  the  engine (while the vehicle is
outside on level ground) and allow it
to idle for a few minutes.
9. Turn the engine off and wait at  least
one hour. Recheck the oil level.
10. Inspect the area around the drain plug
and oil filter for leaks.
11. Install  the  maintenance  cover  and
middle seat.
12. Check to make sure the oil fill cap is
secure  and  the  oil  level  stick  is
installed  correctly;  then  lower  the
cargo box to its locked down position.
Front Differential/
Transaxle Lubricant 
(Inspecting/Changing)
Inspect and change the lubricant in each
according  to  the  Maintenance  Schedule.
When  changing  the  lubricant,  use  the
appropriate lubricant and use the follow-
ing procedure:
1. Place  the  vehicle  on  level  ground;
then  remove  the fill  plugs: (A)  front
differential and (C) transaxle.
MOD073A
MOD058A
MOD126A
2. Drain the oil into a drain pan by
removing  the  drain  plugs:  (E)  right-
side  front  differential  and  (D)  tran-
saxle.
MOD073A
FRONT





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MOD058A
3. After the oil has been drained, install
the drain plugs and tighten to 45 in.-lb
(front differential) and  16 ft-lb (tran-
saxle). 
4. Pour recommended quantity and type
of oil into each fill hole:
• (A)  Front  differential  fill  plug:  Add
lube until it is level with (B) fill level
plug.
• (C)  Transaxle  fill  and  fill  level  plug:
Add lube until it is level with the bot-
tom of (C).
5. Install the fill plugs and tighten to 16
ft-lb.
Hydraulic Brake
Brake Fluid
MOD163
1. Check the brake fluid level in the
brake  fluid  reservoir.  The  fluid  level
must  be  maintained  between  the
MAX  and  MIN  level  marks.  If  the
level in the reservoir is low, add DOT
4 brake fluid.
 NOTE: The brake fluid reservoir is
located under the hood.
2. Press the brake pedal several times to
check for firmness.
3. If the pedal is not firm, take the vehi-
cle to an authorized dealer.
Brake Hoses
Carefully inspect the hydraulic brake  hoses
for  cracks  or  other  damage.  If  found,  take
the  vehicle  to  an  authorized 
Cushman
dealer to have the brake hoses replaced.
Brake Pads
The  clearance  between  the  brake  pads
and brake discs is adjusted automatically
as the brake pads wear. The only mainte-
nance  that  is  required  is  replacement  of
the brake pads when they show excessive
wear. Check the thickness of each of the
brake pads as follows:
1. Remove a front wheel.
2. Measure  the  thickness  of  each  brake
pad.
3. If  thickness  of either  brake pad  fric-
tion  material  is  less  than  0.5  mm
(0.019  in.),  take  the  vehicle  to  an
authorized 
Cushman
  dealer  to  have
brake pads replaced. 
MOD081A
CAUTION
Inspect the oil for any signs of metal fil-
ings or water. If found, take the vehicle
to an authorized dealer for servicing.
! WARNING
Be sure to inspect the hydraulic
brake system before each use.
Always maintain brakes according to
the Maintenance Schedule.
CAUTION
Be careful not to spill any fluid when
filling the brake fluid reservoir. Wipe
away spilled fluid immediately.




45
4. Install  the  wheel and tighten the
wheel nuts in 25 ft-lb increments to a
final torque of 100 ft-lb.
 NOTE: Whenever the wheels are
removed and installed onto the hub
and the lug nuts are tightened, refer
to the Maintenance Schedule found
on page 39 to identify the appropri-
ate service interval requiring the
tightening of the lug nuts.
Fuel Hoses
Inspect  the  fuel  hoses.  Damage  from
aging may not always be visible.
Protective Rubber 
Boots
The protective boots should be inspected
periodically  according  to  the  Mainte-
nance Schedule.
Ball Joint Boots (Upper 
and Lower/Right and Left)
MOD094A
1. Secure the vehicle on a support stand
to elevate the front wheels.
2. Remove both front wheels.
3. Inspect  the  four  ball  joint  boots  for
cracks, tears, or perforations.
4. Check the ball joint for free-play by
grasping  the  steering  knuckle  and
turning  it  from  side  to  side  and  up
and down.
5. If  boot  damage  is  present  or  ball
joint free-play seems excessive, con-
tact  an  authorized  Cushman  dealer
for service.
Tie Rod Boots (Inner and 
Outer/Right and Left)
MOD071B
1. Secure the vehicle on a support stand
to elevate the front wheels.
2. Remove both front wheels.
3. Inspect  the  four  tie  rod  boots  for
cracks, tears, or perforations.
4. Check  the  tie  rod  end  free-play  by
grasping the tie rod near the end and
attempting to move it up and down.
 
5. If boot damage is present or tie rod
end free-play seems excessive, con-
tact  an  authorized  Cushman  dealer
for service.
Drive Axle Boots
CC793
1. Inspect  all  drive  axle  boots  for
cracks, tears, or perforations.
2. If boot damage is present, contact an
authorized  Cushman  dealer  for  ser-
vice.
Rear Knuckle Grease 
Zerks
There are four grease Zerk fittings on the
vehicle  —  two  on  each  rear  knuckle.
They can be accessed from the rear of the
vehicle.




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MOD176
Inspect  and  add  grease  in  each  Zerk
according to the Maintenance Schedule.
1. Clean any dirt or debris from the Zerk
before adding grease.
2. Add  grease  to  the  Zerk  until  any
trapped air or moisture is pushed out.
 NOTE: Under normal use 2-3
pumps of the grease gun is all that
will be needed.
 NOTE: Adding more grease than
needed may damage the seals.
Adding grease until clean grease is
visible is not necessary.
3. Wipe  any  excess  grease  from  the
Zerks  and  seals  to  prevent  dirt  and
debris from accumulating.
Battery
The  battery is  located in  a  compartment
in front of the right-rear wheel.
After  being  in  service,  batteries  require
regular cleaning and recharging in order to
deliver  peak  performance  and  maximum
service life. The following procedures are
recommended for  cleaning  and maintain-
ing  lead-acid  batteries. Always  read  and
follow  instructions  provided  with  battery
chargers and battery products.
 NOTE: Refer to all warnings and
cautions provided with the battery
or battery maintainer/charger.
Loss  of battery  charge  may  be  caused by
ambient temperature, ignition OFF current
draw,  corroded  terminals,  self  discharge,
frequent  start/stops,  and  short  engine  run
times.  Frequent  winch  usage,  snowplow-
ing,  extended  low  RPM  operation,  short
trips,  and high  amperage accessory  usage
are also reasons for battery discharge.
Maintenance Charging

NOTE: 
Cushman
 recommends the
use of the CTEK Multi US 800 or the
CTEK Multi US 3300 for battery main-
tenance charging. Maintenance
charging is required on all batteries
not used for more than two weeks or
as required by battery drain.
1. When charging a battery in the vehi-
cle,  be  sure  the  ignition  switch  is  in
the OFF position.

NOTE: Be sure to maintain the
fluid of the battery at the UPPER
LEVEL. Use only distilled water
when adding fluid to these batteries.
2. Clean  the  battery  terminals  with  a
solution of baking soda and water.
3. Be sure the charger and battery are in
a well-ventilated  area  and ensure the
battery charger cables will not contact
any battery acid. Be sure the charger
is unplugged from the  110-volt elec-
trical outlet.
4. Connect  the  red  terminal  lead  from
the charger to the positive terminal of
the  battery;  then  connect  the  black
terminal  lead  of  the  charger  to  the
negative terminal of the battery.

NOTE: Optional battery charging
adapters are available from your
authorized dealer to connect directly
to your vehicle from the recom-
mended chargers to simplify the
maintenance charging process.
Check with your authorized dealer
for proper installation of these
charging adapter connectors.
5. Plug  the  battery  charger  into  a  110-
volt electrical outlet.
6. If  using  the  CTEK  Multi  US  800,
there are no buttons to push. If using
the  CTEK Multi  US  3300,  press  the
Mode  button  (A)  on  the  left  side  of
the  charger  until  the  Maintenance
Charge Icon (B) at the bottom illumi-
nates.  The  Normal  Charge  Indicator
(C)  should  illuminate  on  the  upper
portion of the battery charger.




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800D

NOTE: The maintainer/charger will
charge the battery to 95% capacity at
which time the Maintenance Charge
Indicator (D) will illuminate and the
maintainer/charger will change to
pulse/float maintenance. If the battery
falls below 12.9 DC volts, the charger
will automatically start again at the
first step of the charge sequence.
3300D
 NOTE: Not using a battery char-
ger with the proper float mainte-
nance will damage the battery if
connected over extended periods.
Charging
 NOTE: Cushman recommends the
use of the CTEK Multi US 800 or the
CTEK Multi US 3300 for battery
maintenance charging.
1. Be  sure  the  battery  and  terminals
have been cleaned with a baking soda
and water solution.
2. Be sure the charger and battery are in
a well-ventilated  area  and ensure the
battery charger cables will not contact
any battery acid. Be sure the charger
is  unplugged  from  the 110-volt  elec-
trical outlet.
3. Connect  the  red  terminal  lead  from
the charger to the positive terminal of
the  battery;  then  connect  the  black
terminal  lead  of  the  charger  to  the
negative terminal of the battery.
4. Plug the charger into a 110-volt elec-
trical outlet.
5. By pushing the Mode button (A) on the
left side of the charger, select the Nor-
mal  Charge  Icon  (E).  The  Normal
Charge Indicator (C) should illuminate
on the upper left portion of the charger.
6. The  battery  will  charge  to  95%  of  its
capacity at which time the Maintenance
Charge Indicator (D) will illuminate.

NOTE: For optimal charge and per-
formance, leave the charger con-
nected to the battery for a minimum 1
hour after the Maintenance Charge
Indicator (D) illuminates. If the bat-
tery becomes hot to the touch, stop
charging. Resume after it has cooled.
7. Once  the  battery  has  reached  full
charge,  unplug  the  charger  from  the
110-volt electrical outlet.
 NOTE: If, after charging, the bat-
tery does not perform to operator
expectations, bring the battery to
an authorized 
Cushman dealer for
further troubleshooting.
Jump-Starting

NOTE: DO NOT jump-start a vehicle
with a dead battery. Instead, remove the
battery, service it, and correctly charge
it. In an emergency, however, it may be
necessary to jump-start a vehicle. If so,
use the following procedure to carefully
and safely complete this procedure.
! WARNING
Improper handling or connecting of a
battery may result in serious injury
including acid burns, electrical burns,
or blindness as a result of an explosion.
Always remove rings and watches.




48
1. On  the  vehicle  to  be  jump-started,
remove the battery cover and any ter-
minal boots.
2. Inspect the battery for any signs of
electrolyte  leaks,  loose  terminals,  or
bulging sides. Leaking or bulging bat-
tery  cases  may  indicate  a  frozen  or
shorted battery.
3. Inspect the vehicle to be used for the
jump-start to determine if voltage and
ground  polarity  are  compatible.  The
vehicle must have a 12-volt DC, neg-
ative ground electrical system.
4. Move  the  vehicle  to  be  used  for  the
jump-start close enough to ensure the
jumper cables easily reach; then shift
into  neutral,  set  and  lock  the brakes,
shut off all electrical accessories, and
turn the ignition switch OFF.
 NOTE: Make sure all switches on
the vehicle to be jump-started are
turned OFF.
5. Disconnect  all  external  accessories
such  as  cell  phones,  GPS  units,  and
radios on both vehicles.
6. Attach one clamp of the positive (red)
jumper cable to the positive (+) termi-
nal (1) of the dead battery (C) being
careful  not  to  touch  any  metal  with
the other clamp; then attach the other
clamp  of  the  positive  (red)  jumper
cable  to  the  positive (+)  terminal  (2)
of the good battery (B).
0744-527
 NOTE: Some jumper cables may
be the same color but the clamps or
ends will be color-coded red and
black.
7. Attach  one  clamp  of  the  negative
(black) jumper cable to the negative (-)
terminal  (3)  of  the  good  battery  (B);
then attach the other clamp of the neg-
ative  (black)  jumper  cable  (4)  to  an
unpainted  metal  surface  (A)  on  the
engine  or  frame  well  away  from  the
dead  battery  and  fuel  system  compo-
nents.
8. Stand  well  away  from  the  dead  bat-
tery and start the vehicle with the
good battery. Allow the vehicle to run
for  several  minutes  applying  some
charge to the dead battery.
! WARNING
Any time service is performed on a bat-
tery, the following must be observed:
keep sparks, open flame, cigarettes, or
any other flame away. Always wear
safety glasses. Protect skin and cloth-
ing when handling a battery. When ser-
vicing a battery in enclosed space,
keep the area well-ventilated. Make
sure battery venting is not obstructed.
! WARNING
If any of these conditions exist, DO
NOT attempt a jump-start, boost, or
charge the battery. An explosion could
occur causing serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Always make sure the electrical sys-
tems are of the same voltage and
ground polarity prior to connecting
jumper cables. If not, severe electri-
cal damage could occur.
CAUTION
Failure to disconnect electronic acces-
sories during jump-starting may cause
system damage due to power spikes.
! WARNING
Never make the final connection to a
battery as a spark could ignite hydro-
gen gases causing an explosion of
the battery resulting in acid burns or
blindness.




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9. Start  the vehicle  with  the  dead  bat-
tery  and  allow  it  to  run  for  several
minutes  before  disconnecting  the
jumper cables.
10. Remove  the  jumper  cables  in  oppo-
site order of hook-up (4, 3, 2, 1). Be
careful  not  to  short  cables  against
bare metal.
 NOTE: Have the battery and elec-
trical system checked prior to oper-
ating the vehicle again.
Fuel Filter
This  diesel-powered vehicle  is equipped
with a high efficiency fuel filter. The fuel
filter  should  be  changed  in  accordance
with  the  maintenance  schedule  or  more
often if operated under severe conditions
or  winter  operation.  To  change  the  fuel
filter, use the following procedure.
1. Tilt  the  box  up  and  remove  the  left
splash panel; then using an appropri-
ate filter wrench, remove the fuel fil-
ter.
DE032D
2. Apply  a  light  coat  of  oil  to  the  seal
ring of the new fuel filter; then install
the  filter.  Tighten  until  the  seal  ring
contacts  the  filter  head;  then  tighten
an additional 3/4 turn.
3. Cycle the key switch to run two com-
plete  cycles  (run,  off,  run,  off)  to
charge the fuel filter and purge any air
from the system.
4. Check for any fuel leaks; then start
the  engine  and  check  for  normal
engine operation.
Idle RPM
Do not attempt to make engine idle RPM
adjustments  on  the  diesel  engine.  If
engine  adjustments  are  necessary,  take
the  vehicle  to  an  authorized  dealer.  The
diesel  engine  requires  special  tools  and
procedures  for  which  your  authorized
dealer is equipped and trained.
CVT Air Inlet
This vehicle is equipped with an air inlet
to  collect  air  for  the  Continuously  Vari-
able Transmission (CVT).
 NOTE: When servicing clutches
or belt, it is recommended to
inspect and clean the CVT air inlet.
1. Remove the left access panel; loosen
the clamp that holds the snorkel por-
tion to the air inlet.
MOD204
2. Disconnect  snorkel  portion  from  air
inlet; clean and inspect.
3. Install the snorkel to the air inlet and
tighten  the  clamp  securely.  Reinstall
the left access panel.
! WARNING
Improper adjustment of a diesel
engine governor could cause over-
speed or runaway resulting in severe
injury or death.




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Primary Air Filter/Safety 
Filter/Clean-out Valve
The  engine  air  filter  inside  the  air  filter
housing  must  be  kept  clean  to  provide
good  engine  power  and  fuel  mileage.  If
the  vehicle  is  used  under  normal  condi-
tions,  service  the  filter  at  the  intervals
specified.  If  operated  in  dusty,  wet,  or
muddy  conditions,  inspect  and  service
the filter more frequently. Use the follow-
ing  procedure  to  clear  the  clean-out
valve,  remove  the  primary  filter  and
safety  filter,  and  inspect  and/or  clean
them.
 NOTE: To access the air filter
housing, the right side access
panel must be removed and the
cargo box raised if desired.
AIR FILTER REMOVAL AND 
INSPECTION
1. Remove  dirt  and debris from  around
the  air  filter  housing  cover;  then
squeeze the clean-out valve to clear it
of any accumulated dirt or dust.
2. Check  the clean-out valve for cracks
or damage. Replace as needed.
MOD085
3. Pull out on the orange air filter hous-
ing cover lock; then turn the air filter
housing  cover  counterclockwise  to
access the filter.
MOD084A
MOD084B
4. Remove  the  primary  air  filter  ele-
ment;  then  wipe  the  inside  of  the
housing to remove dirt and debris.
MOD086
MOD087
5. Inspect the primary air filter element
for damage or dirt. If damaged the fil-
ter must be replaced.
CAUTION
Failure to inspect the air filter fre-
quently if the vehicle is used in dusty,
wet, or muddy conditions can dam-
age the engine.




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6. A dust trail anywhere inside of the air
filter  housing,  inlet  tube  or  on  the
safety filter is a telltale sign of a leak.
Leaks  should  be  inspected  by  an
authorized Cushman dealer.
MOD088
MOD089
7. Remove and inspect the safety filter.
MOD090
AIR FILTER INSTALLATION
1. Install  safety  filter;  then  install  the
primary filter.
 NOTE: The flower shape of the
primary filter element must line up
with the same-shaped void in the air
filter housing for the air filter hous-
ing cover to fit properly.
MOD091A
MOD092
2. Install  the  air  filter  housing  cover
with  the  clean-out  valve  at  the  5
o’clock position; then turn the air fil-
ter  housing  cover  clockwise  until  it
seats.
 NOTE: The clean-out valve
should be near the 6 o’clock posi-
tion when the cover is seated.
3. Lock the air filter housing cover.
MOD084C
CAUTION
Do not attempt to clean the primary
filter or filter damage may occur.
CAUTION
When replacing the primary filter,
always inspect the new filter for dam-
age. Never install a damaged filter. Do
not wipe the new filter as it is lubri-
cated for sealing purposes.




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MOD084A
4. Install  the  right  access  panel  and
secure with two 1/4-turn fasteners.
MOD002
Tires 
Tire Tread Condition
0732-649
The use of worn-out tires on this vehicle
is very dangerous. A tire is considered to
be worn out when the depth of the tread
is less than 3 mm (1/8 in.). Be sure to
replace the tires before reaching this min-
imum specification.
Tire Replacement
This vehicle has low-pressure tubeless tires.
Air is sealed by the contact surfaces of the
inner wheel rim and the tire bead. If either
the inner wheel rim or tire bead is damaged,
air  may  leak.  Be  extremely  careful  not  to
damage these areas when replacing tires.
It  is  very  important  to  use  the  proper
tools when repairing or replacing tires to
prevent damage to the tire bead or wheel
rims. If proper tools and related items are
not available, have this maintenance per-
formed by an authorized Cushman dealer
or a qualified tire repair station.
Tubeless Tire Repair
Should a leak or flat tire occur due to a punc-
ture,  the tire  may be repaired using  a plug-
type repair. If the damage is from a cut or if
the puncture cannot be repaired using a plug,
the  tire  must  be  replaced.  When  operating
the vehicle  in  areas where transportation or
service facilities are not readily available, it
is  strongly  recommended  to  carry  a  plug-
type repair kit and a tire pump.
Wheels
1. Park the vehicle on level ground and
place the gear selector in park.
2. Loosen  the  lug  nuts  on  the wheel  to
be removed.
CAUTION
A torn air filter can cause damage to
the engine. Dirt and dust may get
inside the engine if the element is torn.
Carefully examine the element for tears
before and after cleaning it. Replace
the element with a new one if it is torn.
! WARNING
Always use the size and type of tires
as specified. Refer to the specifica-
tions chart for proper tire inflation
pressure, and always maintain proper
tire inflation pressure.
! WARNING
The use of worn-out tires is danger-
ous and can increase the risk of an
accident.
CAUTION
When breaking the tire bead loose
from the wheel, be extremely careful
not to damage the inner wheel sur-
face or the tire bead.
! WARNING
Use only Cushman approved tires
when replacing tires. Failure to do so
could result in unstable operation.




53
3. Elevate the vehicle.
4. Remove the lug nuts.
5. Remove the wheel.
6. Install  the  wheel  and  install  the  lug
nuts.
7. Install  the  wheel and tighten the
wheel nuts in 25 ft-lb increments to a
final torque of 100 ft-lb.
8. Remove the jack.
 NOTE: Whenever the wheels are
removed and installed onto the hub
and the lug nuts are tightened, refer
to the Maintenance Schedule found
on page 39 to identify the appropri-
ate service interval requiring the
tightening of the lug nuts.
Muffler/Spark Arrester
The  muffler has  a spark  arrester  which  must
be  periodically  cleaned.  At  the  intervals
shown in the Maintenance Schedule, clean the
spark arrester using the following procedure.
1. Remove  the  cap  screw  securing  the
spark  arrester  assembly  to  the  muf-
fler.
MOD095A
2. Using a suitable brush, clean the car-
bon  deposits  from  the  screen  taking
care not to damage the screen.
 NOTE: If the screen or gasket is
damaged in any way, it must be
replaced.
3. Install  the  spark  arrester  assembly
and  secure  with  the  cap  screw.
Tighten to 60 in.-lb.
Light Bulb Replacement
 NOTE: The bulb portion of the
headlight is fragile. HANDLE WITH
CARE. When replacing the head-
light bulb, do not touch the glass
portion of the bulb. If the glass is
touched, it must be cleaned with a
dry cloth before installing. Skin oil
residue on the bulb will shorten the
life of the bulb.
To replace the headlight bulb, use the fol-
lowing procedure.
1. Disconnect  the  wiring  harness;  then
remove the rubber boot from the light
assembly.
MOD046
MOD096
2. Remove  the old  H4 bulb  by unlock-
ing  the  spring;  then  insert  the  new
bulb into headlight assembly and lock
the spring to secure the bulb.
! WARNING
Wait until the muffler cools to avoid
burns.
CAUTION
Use only specified bulbs indicated in
the Specifications chart as replace-
ment bulbs.




54
MOD097A
3. Install the rubber boot making sure it
is sealed around the bulb and connect
the wire harness.
MOD098A
4. Adjust the headlight  (see  Checking/
Adjusting Headlight Aim in this sub-
section). 
Taillight/Brake Light 
Assembly
If one or more individual LED bulbs are
not  working,  the  taillight/brake  light
assembly must be replaced.
MOD096
To replace the taillight/brake light assem-
bly, use the following procedure:
1. Remove  the  four  screws  from  the
inner  cargo  box  side  panel,  two  rear
tie-down  screws  and  one  tailgate
latch bail screw; then remove the six
screws  from  the  underside  of  the
cargo box and remove the outer cargo
box side panel.
MOD114A
MOD115A
2. Remove  screw  (A);  then  flex  the
cargo box fender away from the cargo
box to access and remove screw (B).
 NOTE: A long extension with a
socket or long screwdriver will be
needed to access screw (B).
MOD117A
CAUTION
When replacing the headlight bulb,
be careful not to touch the glass por-
tion of the bulb. Grasp the new bulb
with a clean rubber gloves.




55
MOD113
3. Remove  the  taillight/brake  light
assembly  and  disconnect  it  from  the
harness by  pushing  on  the connector
lock.
MOD110
MOD112A
4. Install the new assembly making sure
to connect the harness.
MOD112
5. Install  screw  (A)  first;  then  flex  the
cargo box fender away from the cargo
box to access and install screw (B).
MOD117A
MOD113
6. Position the outer cargo box side panel
behind the two tabs on the cargo box
fender;  then  fit  all  tabs  into  their
adjoining slots in the side panel
MOD116A
7. With a suitable pry bar, lift up on the
outer  cargo  box  floor  near  the  rear
corner.
MOD110A




56
8. Start at the rear of the cargo box and
tuck  the  outer  side  panel  under  the
cargo box and work it into place from
back to front.
MOD111
9. Once the outer side panel is in place,
install  the  screws  securing  the  cargo
box fender and outer side panel.
MOD114A
MOD115A
Checking/Adjusting 
Headlight Aim
The headlights can be adjusted vertically.
The geometric center of the HIGH beam
light zone is to be used for aiming.
1. Position  the  vehicle  on  a  level  floor
so  the  headlights  are  approximately
6.1 m (20 ft) from an aiming surface
(wall or similar aiming surface).
MOD626
 NOTE: There should be an aver-
age operating load on the vehicle
when adjusting the headlight aim.
2. Measure  the  distance  from  the  floor
to the mid-point of each headlight.
3. Using  the  measurements  obtained  in
step 2, make horizontal marks on the
aiming surface directly in front of the
headlights.
4. Make  vertical  marks  which  intersect
the  horizontal  marks  on  the  aiming
surface directly  in front  of  the  head-
lights.
5. Switch  on  the  lights.  Make  sure  the
HIGH  beam  is  on.  DO  NOT  USE
LOW BEAM.
6. Observe  each  headlight  beam  aim.
Proper aim is  when  the  most intense
beam is centered on the vertical mark
5  cm  (2  in.)  below  the  horizontal
mark on the aiming surface.
7. With a 10 mm wrench, turn the head-
light adjuster clockwise to adjust the
beam  down  or  counterclockwise  to
adjust the beam up.
MOD046A




57
Fuses
The fuses are located in two Power Dis-
tribution  Modules  (PDM)  under  the
hood.  If  there  is  any  type  of  electrical
system  failure,  always  check  the  fuses
first.
MOD044B
 NOTE: To remove the fuse, com-
press the locking tabs on either
side of the fuse cover and lift out.
 6411-493
6411-361
 NOTE: Spare fuses are located
inside the fuse cover.
Electrical Output 
Terminals
Three  output  terminals  for  electrical
accessories  are  located  on  the  front  and
rear  wiring  harnesses.  Two  accessory
plugs are located on the dashboard.
 NOTE: The front output terminals
are located behind the LCD infor-
mation gauge. The rear output ter-
minal is located beneath cargo box.
Switched Accessory 
Power
Switched power is battery power, turned
on  by  the  ignition  switch,  either  in  the
run or start position. Battery power is ter-
minated  when  the  ignition  switch  is
turned  off.  One  switched  power  output
terminal  is  located  under  the  dashboard
behind  the  LCD  information  gauge.
Orange/black  is  positive  and  black  is
negative.  Switched  power  is  ideal  for
accessories  the  operator  wants  on  any
time  the  ignition  key  is  in  the  run  posi-
tion.
Constant Accessory 
Power
Constant  power  is  direct  battery  power.
Battery power can only be terminated by
removing  the  30-amp  main  fuse.  One
constant power output terminal is located
under  the  dashboard  behind  the  LCD
information  gauge  and  one  constant
power output terminal is located beneath
the cargo box on the passenger side. Red/
white  is  positive  and  black  is  negative.
Constant  power  is  ideal  for  accessories
the operator wants to control with acces-
sory on/off switches when needed.
MOD100A
CAUTION
Always replace a blown fuse with a
fuse of the same type and rating. If
the new fuse blows after a short
period of use, consult an authorized
Cushman dealer immediately.
FRONT





58
MOD101A
Storage Compartments/
Tools
This vehicle has a storage compartment
within  the  dashboard  and  a  tool  storage
compartment beneath the hood. To access
the compartment located under the hood,
turn the two 1/4-turn fasteners at the rear
of  the  hood  and  tilt  the  hood  forward;
then slide the hood toward the rear of the
vehicle.
A basic tool kit is provided in the tool stor-
age compartment. Maintain the tool kit with
the vehicle at all times.
MOD044A
MOD103A
To open the  dashboard storage compart-
ment,  lift  up  on  the  lock  arm  and  open
toward the vehicle occupant.
MOD044A
Seat Belts
Inspect the seat belts for damage, and frayed
or torn edges. Check that the belts extend and
retract smoothly and fully without binding or
catching.  Check  that  the  latch  plate  locks
securely  in  the  buckle  and releases when the
button is depressed. Ensure retractors are free
of dirt and/or debris. Do not grease or oil the
retractors.
Doors
Inspect  the  doors  and  latches  for  corro-
sion, loose hardware and damage.
CAUTION
Always use electrical accessories
less than 30 amps (Accessory Fuse).
REAR

! WARNING
Do not remove the doors. Removing
the doors increases the risk of seri-
ous injury or death.




59
Occupant Shoulder 
Restraints
Inspect  the  occupant  shoulder  restraints
for damage or loose hardware.
MOD033D
ROPS
Inspect the Rollover Protection Structure
(ROPS)  for  any  deformation,  damage,
improper  installation,  loose  or  missing
fasteners,  modifications,  drilling,  repair,
welding and/or a missing label. If any of
these  circumstances  are  discovered,  do
not  operate  and  immediately  bring  the
vehicle to an authorized Cushman dealer
for service. 
! WARNING
Do not remove the occupant shoulder
restraints. Removing the shoulder
restraints increases the risk of 
seri-
ous injury or death.




60
Preparation for Storage
Cushman recommends the following pro-
cedure to prepare the vehicle for storage.
An  authorized  Cushman  dealer  should
perform this service; however, the owner/
operator  may  perform  this  service  if
desired.
1. Clean  the  seat cushions  with a  damp
cloth and allow to dry.
2. Clean  the  vehicle  thoroughly  by
washing dirt, oil, grass, and other for-
eign  matter  from  the  entire  vehicle.
Allow  the  vehicle to  dry thoroughly.
DO  NOT  get  water  into  any  part  of
the engine or air intake.
3. Fill the fuel tank with fresh #1 or #2
diesel fuel (according to ambient tem-
peratures);  then  add  a  quality  anti-
microbial additive. Run the engine in
a well-ventilated area for several min-
utes to make sure fresh, treated fuel is
circulated throughout the entire injec-
tion system.
4. Clean  the  interior  of  the  air  filter
housing.
5. Plug  the  hole  in  the  exhaust  system
with a clean cloth.
6. Apply  light  oil  to  the  upper  steering
shaft  bushing  and  plungers  of  the
shock absorbers.
7. Tighten  all  nuts,  bolts,  cap  screws,
and screws. Make sure rivets holding
components  together  are  tight.
Replace all loose rivets. Care must be
taken  that  all  calibrated  nuts,  cap
screws,  and  bolts  are  tightened  to
specifications.
8. Fill the cooling system to the cold fill
line with properly mixed coolant.
9. Disconnect  the  battery  cables  (nega-
tive cable first); then remove the bat-
tery,  clean  the  battery  posts  and
cables, and store in a clean, dry area.
 NOTE: For storage, use a battery
maintainer or make sure the battery
is fully charged (see Battery section
in this manual).
10. Store the vehicle indoors in a level
position.
CAUTION
Prior to storing this vehicle, it must
be properly serviced to prevent rust-
ing and component deterioration.
CAUTION
DO NOT store the vehicle with bio-
diesel (B20) in the fuel system.
Severe damage to the fuel system
may occur.
CAUTION
Avoid storing outside in direct sun-
light and avoid using a plastic cover
as moisture will collect on the vehicle
causing rusting.




61
Preparation after Storage 
Taking  this  vehicle  out  of  storage  and
correctly  preparing  it  will  ensure  many
miles  and  hours  of  trouble-free  riding.
Cushman recommends the following pro-
cedure.
1. Clean the vehicle thoroughly.
2. Clean  the  engine.  Remove  the  cloth
from the exhaust system.
3. Check all control wires and cables for
signs  of  wear  or  fraying.  Replace  if
necessary.
4. Change the engine oil and filter.
5. Check the coolant level and add prop-
erly mixed coolant as necessary.
6. Charge the battery; then install. Con-
nect the battery cables making sure to
connect the positive cable first.
7. Check the entire brake systems (fluid
level,  pads,  etc.),  all  controls,  head-
lights, taillight, brake light, and head-
light  aim;  adjust  or  replace  if
necessary.
8. Check the tire pressure. Inflate to rec-
ommended pressure as necessary.
9. Tighten  all  nuts,  bolts,  cap  screws,
and screws making sure all calibrated
nuts, cap screws, and bolts are tight-
ened to specifications.
10. Make  sure  the steering  moves  freely
and does not bind.
11.Check the spark plug. Clean or
replace as necessary.
12.
Check the air filter and the air filter
housing.  Clean or  replace  as neces-
sary.
CAUTION
Before installing the battery, make
sure the ignition switch is in the OFF
position.




62
Limited Warranty
Textron Specialized Vehicles, a division of Textron, Inc. (the Company), extends a limited warranty as described
below on each new vehicle it assembles and on each genuine part and accessory assembled and sold by an
authorized dealer. The limited warranty on the vehicle is extended to the original retail purchaser for the time
periods described below; Warranty coverage is only available in the country in which the original retail purchase
occurs to the original retail purchaser resident in that country.
We warrant only the products we assemble and/or sell and do not warrant that other products will function properly
when used with the vehicle or will not damage the vehicle. The Company does not assume any liability for
incidental or consequential damages.
The Company will repair or replace, at its option, free of charge (including any related labor charges), any parts that
are found to be warrantable in material or workmanship. This repair work MUST be done by an authorized dealer.
No transportation charges, rental charges, or inconvenience costs will be paid by the Company. The warranty is
validated upon examination of said parts by us or an authorized dealer. The Company reserves the right to inspect
such parts at its factory for final determination if warranty should apply.
Standard Warranty Period
1.
The standard warranty period for a vehicle used for recreational purposes is 12 months, starting from date of
delivery to the first user. This warranty is transferable to subsequent owners at no charge. Visit your local
dealer for name and address change information.
2. Ninety days from date of invoice — for a vehicle used for commercial purposes, including rental operations
(non-transferable). 
Visit your local dealer for name and address change information.
3. Thirty days from date of sale of vehicle on Company-supplied batteries.
Exclusions to this warranty include normal wear, abuse, or corrosion and the following parts and items:
Tires CV Boots Torn or Punctured Upholstery
Oil Filter Drive Belt Cracks or Gouges in Body Panels
Air Filter Brake Pads Drive/Driven Clutch Wear Parts
Light Bulbs Spark Plug(s) Windshield
Shock Absorber(s)*
* Limited to one (1) year of “normal” riding conditions — replace for defective or leaking shock, corroded or pitted 
shaft, peeling chrome.
The following will VOID the warranty:
1. Failure to perform the proper break-in procedure and all related maintenance, storage procedures (if
stored for extended periods), and/or service as recommended in the Operator’s Manual.
2. Repairs and/or adjustments by anyone other than an authorized dealer.
3. Use of improper carburetor jets.
4. Use of improper gasoline/fuel, lubricating oils, or spark plug(s).
5. An accident or subjecting the vehicle to misuse, abuse, or negligent operation.
6. Any modification, addition, or removal of parts unless instructed to do so by the Company.
7. Use of the vehicle in any way for racing purposes.
8. Removal of the engine for use in another vehicle.
9. Removal or mutilation of the Vehicle Identification Number or Engine Serial Number.
10. Use of parts not sold or approved by the Company.
11. Damage due to improper transportation.
12. Use of starting fuel (ether) for cold starts.
The Company shall not be responsible for and this limited warranty excludes recovery of economic, punitive,
consequential and incidental damages, lost profits, and loss of use. Some states or provinces do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Our aggregate liability may not exceed the price of the product. The law of the State of Minnesota shall apply to
all claims or disputes, exclusive of its conflicts of law provisions.
IMPLIED WARRANTY EXCLUSION AND DISCLAIMER
To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Company excludes and disclaims all implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. If you are not satisfied with warranty service or
repairs, contact us at 1-800-241-5855.




63
Warranty Procedure/Owner Responsibility
At the time of sale, an ROV Rider Training Certificate and Owner Registration form is to be
completed by the selling dealer and consumer. The receipt of the form by Cushman is a condi-
tion precedent to warranty coverage. It is the selling dealer’s responsibility to retain and/or sub-
mit appropriate copies of the form to the appropriate place(s) to initiate warranty coverage.
The dealer will furnish to the consumer a signed copy of the form which must be presented to
the dealer when requesting warranty service. The registration form is the consumer’s proof of
ownership and warranty eligibility. The form is used by the dealer to validate the warranty claim.
Retain your copy of the form and keep it in a safe place.
When warranty repair is suspected, the ROV should be taken to the selling dealer, who has the
primary responsibility to perform warranty repairs. Subject to the limitations set forth in the Lim-
ited Warranty, in the event the selling dealer has ceased to do business, you have moved, or
you are in a location away from your selling dealer, warranty may be performed by any autho-
rized Cushman dealer.
The authorized Cushman ROV dealer will examine the ROV or part to determine if, in his opin-
ion, a warrantable condition exists. If a warrantable condition appears to exist, the dealer will
repair or replace, at Cushman’s option, free of charge, including any related labor costs, all
parts that are found to be warrantable and any other parts which the warrantable part caused to
be damaged. You, the owner, will then be asked to sign a warranty form to ensure Cushman
that the warranty work was actually performed.
It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain and service the ROV in accordance with Cushman’s
recommendations in the Operator’s Manual. To protect yourself and your ROV, follow all safety
and service tips. Cushman will NOT warrant repairs required as a result of not performing stan-
dard operator maintenance, storage procedures, and service as outlined in the Operator’s
Manual.
Should you have any questions concerning the warranty, contact an authorized Cushman ROV
dealer.




64
U.S. EPA Emission Control 
Statement/Warranty Coverage — ROV
(U.S. Only)
STATEMENT/WARRANTY
Cushman warrants to the original retail purchaser, and each subsequent purchaser, that all U.S. EPA-cer-
tified Cushman ROVs are designed, built, and equipped to conform to all U.S. EPA Emission Control Reg-
ulations. Please read the following information completely.
Your authorized Cushman dealer will repair or replace any defective emission-related component at no
cost to you during the warranty period. You may have non-warranty service performed by any repair
establishment that uses equivalent components. The regulations provide significant civil penalties for
tampering that causes your ROV to no longer meet U.S. EPA emission standards.
Cushman further warrants that the engine and its emission-related components are free from defects in
materials or workmanship that could cause the engine to fail to comply with applicable regulations during
the warranty period.
If you have any questions about this information, or the emission warranty coverage statement, contact
your local authorized Cushman dealer.
WARRANTY PERIOD
The emission warranty period for this ROV begins on the same date as the standard warranty coverage
and continues for 30 months or 3100 miles, whichever comes first.
COMPONENTS COVERED
The emissions warranty covers major emissions control components and emission-related components
listed as follows:
Engine Management and Sensors Fuel/Air System
Barometric Pressure Sensor Fuel Injectors
Camshaft Position Sensor Fuel Pressure Regulator
Engine Control Module (ECM) Fuel Pump
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Intake Air Temperature Sensor
Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor Air Bypass Valve
Oxygen Sensor Crankcase Ventilation System
Throttle Position Sensor ISC Valve
Crankshaft Position Sensor
Exhaust Temperature Sensor
Ignition System Miscellaneous Items Used in 
Ignition Coil Aforementioned Systems
Knock Sensor System Connectors
Spark Plugs Switches
Capacitive Discharge Ignition (CDI) Module Grommets
Magneto Pick-Up Clamps
Hoses
Ties
Gaskets
Wiring
For  U.S.  EPA  Emission  Control Warranty  coverage questions,  contact  us  at
800-241-5855.
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITIES
The owner of any ROV warranted under this Cushman Emission Control Statement is responsible for the
proper maintenance and use of the ROV as stated in the Operator's Manual. Proper maintenance gener-
ally includes replacement and service, at the owner's choosing, such items as air filter, oil and oil filter, or
any other part, item, or device related to emissions control as specified in the Operator's Manual. It is the
owner's responsibility to ensure that the ROV is used in a manner for which it was designed.




65
Maintenance Record
DATE MILEAGE SERVICE PERFORMED/NOTES




66
NOTES




67
Change of Address or Ownership 
Textron Specialized Vehicles, a division of Textron, Inc., keeps on file
the current name and address of the owner of this vehicle. This allows
us to reach the current owner with any important safety information
which may be necessary to protect customers from personal injury or
property damage. Please make sure a copy of this form is completed
and returned to us if you move or if the vehicle is sold to another party.
Warranty coverage is only available in the country in which the original
retail purchase occurs to the original retail purchaser resident in that
country. 

Address Change

Ownership Change
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/OWNERSHIP:
Name _________________________________________
Address _______________________________________
City/State (Province)  _____________________________
Zip Code (Postal Code)____________________________
Phone (       ) ____________________________________
Email _________________________________________
Year and Model  _________________________________
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) __________________




Fold Back
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/OWNERSHIP
Cushman
1451 Marvin Griffin Road
Augusta, GA 30906
Place
Stamp
Here




Identification Numbers Record
This  vehicle  has  two  identification  numbers:  Vehicle  Identification  Number  (VIN)
and Engine Serial Number (ESN). These numbers are required by the dealer to com-
plete warranty claims properly. No warranty will be allowed by Cushman if the VIN
or ESN is removed or mutilated in any way.
Always provide the name, VIN, and ESN when contacting an authorized Cushman
dealer  for  parts,  service,  accessories,  or  warranty.  If  a  complete  engine  must  be
replaced, ask the dealer to notify Cushman for correct registration information.
Record the Vehicle  Identification Number and Engine Serial  Number in the spaces
provided to assist you in ordering parts from your authorized Cushman dealer or for
reference in case this vehicle is stolen.
1. KEY IDENTIFICATION 
NUMBER:
The key identification number is stamped
on  the  key.  Record  this  number  in  the
space provided  for  reference  if  you  ever
need a new key.
2. VEHICLE 
IDENTIFICATION 
NUMBER:
The VIN  is  located  on  the operator-side
frame support rail below the back of the
cargo  box  above  the  operator-side  rear
shock.
3. ENGINE SERIAL 
NUMBER:
The ESN is located below the engine oil
filter.
MOD254
MOD187
MOD177
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California Proposition 65
TEXTRON SPECIALIZED VEHICLES
1451 Marvin Griffin Road
Augusta, GA 30906-3852, USA
To locate your nearest dealer, visit www.textronoffroad.com
1-800-774-3946 - Technical Assistance & Warranty
1-888-438-3946 - Service Parts
2262-191
! WARNING
The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.




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24 15.12.
5 Pilz
PIT si2.1
4 15.06.
6 Brother
HL-1430
23 1.72 Mb 12.05.
7 ProForm
831.288300
16 2.2 Mb 31.05.
8 Niles
Numeric-6p
2 13.04.
9 Hyundai
VKC 748
36 27.01.
10 Allied Telesis
AT-x510-28GTX
2601 09.03.
11 Scientific Atlanta
DPX2213
52 04.05.
12 Festo
SPC200-SMX-1
18 11.02.
13 Caframo
Stor-Dry 9406
12 19.04.
14 Graco
Dyna-Star 77X000
46 23.03.
15 marklin
37575
32 03.04.
16 RTA
Techni Mobili RTA-325
16 05.04.
17 Infinite Peripherals
PP-55
15 28.04.
18 Mitsubishi Electric
PEH-RP10MYA
13 13.06.
19 Icom
ic-f5022
24 14.03.
20 International Rectifier
IRDC3073EVAL
8 29.05.
21 CLA-VAL
CRL
2 23.01.
22 Zenith
IQC50H94
98 05.04.
23 Pioneer
VSX-D2011-S
150 27.12.
24 American Dynamics
SpeedDome Ultra Outdoor Housing ADSDUHOC
12 0.84 Mb 29.02.
25 Epson
AcuLaser C9100
438 8.95 Mb 06.06.
26 Omnitronic
WAMS-10BT Series
44 31.03.
27 Omega Altise
O14B
4 18.03.
28 King Canada
KC-703C
13 26.01.
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