Hyster H5.00XM:
Which oil and quantity

Hello everybody,

We have to service some hyster forklift and I have to know which oil and which quantity goes inside.
Model is H5.00XM, year 1999, serial number K005A0xxxxx. It has Perkins engine 1004.42 and hydrostatic transmission. Now I need to know which oil to use for hydraulic system and engine.
Hydraulic gradation: 32 / 46 / 68 ???
Hydraulic oil exchange quantity ? in Litres ?
Engine oil: 15W40 (we use it already for 1004.4 Perkins engines)

Are there any other oils in this machine ? If yes please tell me where and what kind of.

Thank you!
  • Posted 23 Mar 2010 01:16
  • Discussion started by Billy_B
  • Slovenia, Slovenia

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