American LaFrance Condor Truck Operator's Manual

American LaFrance Condor Truck Operator's Manual
American LaFrance Condor Operator's Manual

Introduction
The American LaFrance Condor® Operator’s Manual provides information needed to operate and understand the Condor® and its components. It is recommended that you read this manual before you operate your vehicle.

Custom-built Condor vehicles are equipped with various chassis and cab components, therefore, not all of the information contained in this manual applies to every vehicle. For details about components in your vehicle, refer to the chassis specication pages included in all new vehicles and to the component information label located inside the vehicle. For your reference, keep this manual in the vehicle at all times.

Environmental Concerns and Recommendations
Whenever you see instructions in this manual to discard materials, you should rst attempt to reclaim and recycle them. To preserve our environment, follow appropriate environmental rules and regulations when disposing of materials.

Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) Labels
If purchased for service in the U.S., vehicles built without a body will have a certification label (Fig. 1.1) attached to the left door jamb on vehicles with primary left-hand drive, and to the right door jamb on vehicles with primary right-hand drive. In addition, after the vehicle is completed, a certification label must be attached by the final-stage manufacturer. This label will be located on the left door jamb on vehicles with primary left-hand drive, and on the right door jamb on vehicles with primary right-hand drive. The certification label certifies that the vehicle conforms to all applicable FMVSS regulations in effect on the date of completion.

Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS) Label
If purchased for service in Canada, vehicles built without a body are certified by a "Statement of Compliance" label (similar to the U.S. certification label). Fig. 1.1. The "Statement of Compliance" label must be attached by the final-stage manufacturer after completion of the vehicle. This label is affixed to the left door jamb on vehicles with primary left-hand drive, and to the right door jamb on vehicles with primary right-hand drive.

Instrument and Control Panel

  • Fig. 2.1 represents a typical left-hand-drive instrument and control panel equipped with all standard and many optional instruments and controls.
  • Fig. 2.2 represents a typical right-hand-drive instrument and control panel with all standard and many optional instruments and controls.
  • Fig. 2.3 represents a typical dual instrument and control panel equipped with all standard and many optional instruments and controls.

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