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Tomato Harvester

Service Manual
Johnson - 2020

Manual # 9118650 June 2020


California Proposition 65

WARNING
Breathing diesel engine exhaust exposes you to
chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
• Always start and operate the engine in a well-
ventilated area.
• If in an enclosed area, vent the exhaust to the
outside.
• Do not modify or tamper with the exhaust
system.
• Do not idle the engine except as necessary.
For more information go to
www.P65warnings.ca.gov/diesel


© Copyright 2020 by WSE, Westside Equipment Co., Madera, CA Printed in U.S.A.


Table Of Contents

Introduction
Warranty And Limitation Of Liability ������������������������������������������������������������������ vi
Final Tier 4 Engine Quick Start Guide����������������������������������������������������������������� vii

Safety
Recognize Safety Information ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1-1
Safety Sign Care�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1-5
Tire Safety������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1-5
Safety Instructions ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1-6
Lockout/Tagout Procedures �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1-8

Operator
Operator Pedestal and Instrument Panel�������������������������������������������������������������� 2-1
Hydraulic System Overview�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-1
Cutting Systems Overview���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-1
Machine Systems ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-2
Main Header, Gauge Wheels, Coulter, and Vine Assist�������������������������������������� 2-3
Upper Header ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-3
Electronic Sorter Dirt Belt ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-3
Electronic Dirt Sorters ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-3
3 Weight Vibrating Shaker ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-3
Vine Removal System������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-4
Chopper���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-4
Fruit Chain Conveyor������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-4
Cross Conveyors�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-4
Side Transfer Chain Conveyors �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-4
Color Sort Conveyors������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-4
Suction Fans�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-4
Electronic Color Sorters�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-5
Rear Side Sort Conveyors������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-5
Rear Sort Conveyor���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-5
Unloading Elevator���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-5
Powertrain������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-5
Over the Road Operation ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 2-5
Automatic Leveling �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2-5

Start Up / Shut Down


Start Up Procedures �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3-1
Shutdown Override Switch���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3-1
Shut Down and Clean Up Procedures������������������������������������������������������������������ 3-2
Annual Storage Procedures���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3-3

Maintenance
Break-in Period���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-1
Routine Maintenance Chart �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-2
Periodic engine Service Chart������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4-4

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Lubrication chart�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-6


Cylinder & Motor Service ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-8
Belted Chain Spares Chart ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-9
Detailed Periodic Engine Service Procedures���������������������������������������������������� 4-10
Fuel System Service������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4-13
Fuels ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4-14
Cooling System Service������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4-16
Spindle Bearing Inspection/Replacement - Annually���������������������������������������� 4-16
Wheel Hub Oil Replacement ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-17
Hydraulic system ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-17
Wheel Lug Nuts and Jam Nuts�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-18
General Specifications �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-19
Engine Specifications���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-19
Lockout / Tagout Procedures ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-20
Tire Changing Mandates������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4-21
Wheel Dolley ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-21
Machine Cleaning���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4-22

Adjustments
Control Levers ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-1
Gauge Wheels������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-1
Main Header�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-1
Cutting Device ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-1
Header Assist ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-1
Upper Header ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-2
Electronic Sort Dirt Belt Conveyors�������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-2
3 Weight Shaker �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-2
Vine Removal System������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-3
Chopper���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-3
Side Transfer and Color Sort Conveyors ������������������������������������������������������������ 5-3
Suction Fans�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-4
Rear Side Sort Conveyors������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-4
Rear Sort Conveyor���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-4
Unloading Elevator���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5-4
Front and Rear Wheel Alignment������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-5
Pumps������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-5
Air Compressor Governor������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 5-6

Troubleshooting
Ground Drive ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 6-1
Cutting Apparatus������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 6-2
Header, Vine Assist, and Backfeed Roller ���������������������������������������������������������� 6-4
Dirtbelt, Cross Conveyor, Rollers, and Fruit Chain�������������������������������������������� 6-5
Shaker Rotation���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-6
Side Transfer and Color Sort������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-7
Elevator, Rear Sort, and Rear Side Sort�������������������������������������������������������������� 6-8
Suction Fans�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-9

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Shaker, Front Vine Chain, and Fruit Chain�������������������������������������������������������� 6-10


Front Steering and Hydraulic Cylinders������������������������������������������������������������ 6-11
Air Compressor�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-11
Pumps���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-12
Engine���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6-15

Cutting Systems
Types of Cutting Devices������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 7-1
Rodweeder ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7-1
Sickle�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 7-1

Electrical
Electrical System Introduction���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8-1
Operator's Console Circuit Description �������������������������������������������������������������� 8-2
Maintenance�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8-4
Troubleshooting �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8-5
Parts Lists & Schematics ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 8-9

Hydraulics
Introduction & Operation������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-1
Maintenance�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-2
Parts Lists & Schematics ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-5

Supplemental Documents
DG14 Diagnostic Gauge Operators Manual������������������������������������������������������ 10-3
DG14 Diagnostic Trouble Codes �������������������������������������������������������������������� 10-15
Flexxaire Install & Service Manual ���������������������������������������������������������������� 10-35
Flexxaire Parts Manual������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 10-48
Flexxaire Troubleshooting ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 10-50

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Introduction
To Our Valued Customers
Thank you for purchasing your new WSE Johnson Tomato Harvester. We hope you will enjoy years of productive
use from it. This harvester is a self-propelled machine designed to harvest brush type tomatoes bred for mechanical
harvesting. No other use is intended.

Please read and understand this manual before operation.

This service manual is presented to you for assistance in the operation and maintenance of your WSE equipment.

There will be a charge for manuals requested after the original issue on purchased or leased equipment. Requests for
additional manuals or replacement parts should be directed to:
Westside Equipment Madera Westside Equipment Firebaugh
2500 W Industrial Ave. 46846 West North Ave.
Madera, CA 93637 Firebaugh, CA 93622
Phone: (559) 577-1800 Phone: (559) 659-2901
Fax: (559) 661-4694 Fax: (559) 659-3211

Westside Equipment Woodland Westside Equipment Five Points


1230 Churchill Downs Ave. 20289 West Oakland Ave.
Woodland, CA 95776 Five Points, CA 93624
Phone: (530) 298-5035 Phone: (559) 217-0094
Fax: (530) 666-3100 Fax: (559) 884-7701

Westside Equipment Crows Landing


18 Fink Road
Crows Landing, CA 95313
Phone (800) 286-4700
Fax (209) 837-4796

Any orders for replacement parts must include the following information:

1. Name of the Customer


2. Machine model number
3. Machine serial number
4. Quantity of parts required
5. CTM part number (from manual)
6. Description of the part
7. Shipping instruction

Westside Equipment, whose policy it is to continuously improve its products, reserves the right to discontinue or
change specifications, models, or design, without notice and without incurring obligation.

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WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY


The Dealer and Manufacturer agree, for a limited period, which shall be the duration of the harvest season for the
year of delivery to the initial user, to replace or repair such parts as the Manufacturer may determine to be defective
in material or workmanship; Provided that this warranty shall not extend to any machinery which shall have been
repaired or altered outside of Manufacturer’s factory or alterations made by Manufacturer or Dealer at owner’s request;
and provided further that this warranty does not apply to tires, rims, engines, batteries or other trade accessories
manufactured by parties other than Manufacturer, nor does it apply to parts procured according to published data,
specifications or performance information, not designed by or for Westside Equipment Co., such as parts carrying
their own Manufacturer’s warranties. Exceptions to the one season warranty term are: 1) 200 hours for flange rollers,
rubber rollers, urethane rollers, and sprockets, and 2) 400 hours for skirting, roller chain, flat belt lacing, belt scrapers,
belted chain assemblies and connecting links, lights (breakage & bulbs), v-belts, and hoses. Under no circumstances
will it cover any merchandise or components thereof which, in the opinion of the Manufacturer, has been subjected
to negligent handling, misuse, alteration, an accident, or which fail because of neglect or the LACK OF NORMAL
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE such as vine feed roller, steel and rubber rollers, flat belts, skirting, bearings (not
greased), header chain (knife improperly adjusted), belted chain (due to rollers frozen from not cleaning), elevator
(damage from accident or abuse), chopper (damage from foreign objects, or imbalance), hydraulic pumps or other
hydraulic components (damage from energizing master switch at high RPM or failure to reopen ball valves after filter
service). Cost of replacement parts and labor beyond the warranty period will be at purchaser’s expense.

This agreement is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, and under no circumstances shall either Dealer’s or
Manufacturer’s liability extend beyond the cost of repair or replacement of said defective parts F.O.B. Manufacturer’s
plant, Madera, California, and then only during the limited period herein above specified. Manufacturer and Dealer
specifically disclaim any liability for injury or damages of any kind or nature, direct, consequential, or contingent, to
person or property. This warranty does not extend to loss of crops, loss because of delay in harvesting or any expense
or loss incurred for labor, supplies, substitute machinery, rental or for any other reason.

This warranty is subject to any existing conditions of supply which may directly affect Manufacturer’s ability to obtain
materials or manufacture replacement parts.

Westside Equipment Co. reserves the right to make improvements in design or changes in specifications at any time,
without incurring any obligations to owners of units previously sold.

No express, implied, or statutory warranty other than herein contained is made or authorized to be made by or on
behalf of Manufacturer, and no person, officer, employee, agent or dealer is authorized to make such warranty on the
Manufacturer’s behalf, or assume for it any liability other than herein set forth.

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Final Tier 4 Engine Quick Start Guide


Provided by

Quick Start Guide – Read This First


Running Final Tier 4 Engines - What You Need to Know to Keep Your Equipment Running Like New!
EPA and CARB regulations require this engine to trap certain air pollutants before they go out the exhaust pipe. The
engine technology that does this is called “After-Treatment”. Older diesel engines do not have this equipment. After-
treatment requires only a few simple, regular, maintenance procedures to keep operating in top condition. The engine’s
computer monitors after-treatment performance and will display error codes on the operator’s panel when it detects
conditions normally caused by overdue or improper maintenance. POOR OR NEGLIGENT MAINTENANCE of
after-treatment devices will eventually cause SERIOUS ENGINE PROBLEMS.

Control What Goes In to Avoid Problems with What Goes Out


After-treatment equipment must remove unburned fuel, soot and other products of combustion plus certain oil and
fuel additives before releasing exhaust to the atmosphere. Using fuel and oil already low in these additives is your
first step in making your engine run properly. FAILURE TO DO THIS WILL RESULT IN ENGINE PROBLEMS
SOMEWHERE DOWN THE LINE. Controlling what goes in involves oil, fuel and air.

Use Low Ash Oil


Engines using after-treatment technologies such as a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and cooled Exhaust Gas
Recirculation (EGR) need low ash oil. The low ash oil is formulated specifically to inhibit oxidation, deposits,
corrosion and provide superior soot control. It is essential for your engine’s wear protection.

Use Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel


Diesel engines equipped with advanced emissions after-treatment devices, such as a DPF or Diesel Oxidation
Catalyst (DOC) need to use Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuel (ULSD). ULSD removes sulfur and other compounds
so diesel engines can burn cleaner with fewer emissions. Failure to use ULSD will lower the efficiency of
aftertreatment devices, cause the engine to go out of EPA compliance and eventually cause permanent damage.

Replace Air Filters at Recommended Service Intervals with New Filters


Clean air filters prevent small dirt and dust particles from entering the cylinders where they would otherwise
stick to the oil on the cylinder walls and be scraped up and down by the piston rings, eventually creating vertical
scratches on the cylinder walls. These vertical scratches eventually increase “blow-by”, which piston rings are
designed to minimize. Blow-by operates in two directions. It passes more pollutants up into the combustion
chamber creating more workload for the emissions equipment, which leads to faster clogging of the after-
treatment. And it allows some of the combustion gas and pressure to flow down past the rings into the crankcase
where it must be removed by the positive crankcase ventilation system (PVC system). It also will eventually
reduce compression in the cylinders, which reduces power. If not controlled by proper air filter maintenance,
blow-by leads to a “dusted” engine. Because the pollutants could just go out the exhaust, older engines without
EPA-mandated after-treatment could run for thousands of hours in a dusted condition before severe engine
problems became evident. So, you must correctly install new air filters at regularly scheduled intervals to help
protect your emissions-controlled engine and ensure a long life. Be sure to carefully follow the procedures in
your machine’s operator manual.

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Let the Engine Clean the After-Treatment on Its Own in Automatic Mode
This engine is controlled by a computer which monitors the soot clogging level in the after-treatment. When enough
soot is detected, the computer activates an internal process for soot cleaning called regeneration (regen). Regen occurs
automatically and does not require any action on the part of the operator. It does not cause an engine HP derate or slow-
down. While the EPA requires the engine manufacturers to provide a “Regeneration Inhibit” button, which will delay
regen for a period of time, repeated pressing of the button will cause excessive soot buildup in the after-treatment and
eventually cause engine problems.

After-Treatment Error Codes and What to Do About Them


Some engines, generally above 85 horsepower, use Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) - an odorless, colorless fluid - as part
of the Selective Catalytic Reduction system (SCR) to reduce emissions. Note that DEF breaks down over time and at
high temperatures. Your engine’s computer automatically monitors the DEF level, quality and temperature. The EPA
requires engines to derate if the DEF temperature reaches 160° F. The derate is removed when the DEF fluid cools to
135°F. Fluid in almost empty tank will be much hotter than fluid in a full tank. If you experience DEF-related error
codes on high ambient temperature days, keep the DEF tank as full as possible and consider moving the tank further
away from heat sources.

(Please continue to next page to review the normal error codes and what to do about them)

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Engine Error Codes and What to Do About Them


Code Displayed What It Means What To Do
97 Water-In-Fuel Signal Drain Water from Fuel System
100 Engine Oil Pressure Signal Check Engine Oil
101 Crankcase Pressure Check CCV Filter
105 Manifold Air Temperature Signal Check Air Filter
107 Air Filter Pressure Differential Check Air Filter
111 Engine Coolant Level Alarm Switch Check Coolant Level
168 Unswitched Battery Voltage Check Battery
174 Fuel Temperature Signal Check Fuel Supply and Fuel Filters
970 External Shutdown Switch Check External Gauges
1075 Low Pressure Fuel Pump Data Check Fuel Supply and Fuel Filters
1172 Intake Air Temperature Check Air Filter
1176 Intake Air Pressure Check Air Filter
1569 Engine Power Derate Check for Other Codes, Call Dealer
1761 DEF Tank Fluid Level Check DEF Level
3031 DEF Tank Fluid Temperature Check DEF Level
3516 After-Treatment DEF Concentration Check DEF Fluid Deterioration**
3517 DEF Tank Fluid Level Check DEF Level
3719 Calculated Soot Level Start Regen from Operator's Panel
3720 Calculated Ash Level Call Service Dealer
4364 SCR Catalyst Conversion Efficiency Check DEF Fluid Deterioration**
4366 DEF Heater Valve Stuck Check DEF Level
5246 SCR Operator Level Derate Notification Check for Other Codes, Call Dealer

**Do a visual check of the fluid in the DEF tank. It should be clear- not hazy or milky - and should not contain
sediment, have separated into layers or exhibit crystallization. If you see any of these indicators, replace the fluid with
fresh DEF.

A more complete error code list for your engine is in the “Troubleshooting” Section of your Operator’s Manual.
Contact your local John Deere Service Dealer if you have questions.

https://dealerlocator.deere.com

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Tomato Harvester
 Service Manual I

Section

II Tomato Harvester Service Manual 


Recognize Safety Information

Safety

Recognize Safety Information

Safety
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this sym-
bol on your harvester or in this manual, be alert to the
potential for personal injury.

Understand Signal Words


Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING,
and CAUTION with safety messages. The appropriate

DANGER
signal word for each message has been selected using the
following guidelines:

DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not

WARNING
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury. It is also
used to alert against unsafe practices.

CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
CAUTION
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It is
also used as a reminder of good safety practices.

Follow Safety Instructions


Carefully read all safety messages in this manual and
on your harvester safety signs. Follow recommended
precautions and safe operating practices at all times.

Keep safety signs in good condition. Replace missing or


damaged safety signs.

Learning Machine Safety


Carefully read this manual. Learn how to operate the
harvester and how to use the controls properly.

Do not let anyone operate the harvester without proper


instruction.

Unauthorized modifications to the harvester may im-


pair the function and/or safety and affect the harvester’s
operation.

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Recognize Safety Information

Handle Fuel Safely - Avoid Fires


Handle fuel with care. Do not refuel the machine while
smoking or when near an open flame or sparks.
Safety

Always turn off the engine before refueling. Fill the fuel
tank outdoors, or in a well ventilated area.

Prevent fires by keeping the harvester clean of


accumulated trash, grease, dirt, and debris. Always clean
up any spilled fuel.

Be Prepared for Emergencies


Be prepared if a fire starts.

Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguishers handy.

Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance service,


hospital, and fire department near your telephone.

Handle Starting Fluid Safely


Starting fluid is highly flammable.

Keep all sparks and flames away when using it. To


prevent accidental discharge when storing the pressurized
can, keep the cap on the container, and store in a cool,
protected location.

Do not incinerate or puncture a starting fluid container.

Prevent Battery Explosions


Battery gas can explode. Keep sparks and flames
away from batteries. Use a flashlight to check battery
electrolyte levels.

Never check the battery charge by placing a metal object


across the posts. Use a voltmeter or hydrometer.

Always remove grounded (-) battery clamp first, and


replace it last.

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Recognize Safety Information

Avoid Acid Burns


Sulfuric acid in battery electrolyte is poisonous. It is strong
enough to burn skin, eat holes in clothing, and cause blindness if

Safety
splashed into eyes.

Avoid the hazard by:


1. Filling batteries in a well ventilated area.
2. Wearing eye protection and rubber gloves.
3. Avoid breathing fumes when electrolyte is added.
4. Avoid spilling of dripping electrolyte.

If you spill acid on yourself:

1. Immediately flush your skin with water.


2. Apply baking soda or lime to help neutralize the acid.
3. Flush your eyes out with water for 10 to 15 minutes. Get
medical attention immediately.

If acid is swallowed:

1. Drink large amounts of water or milk.


2. Then drink milk of magnesia, beaten eggs, or vegetable oil.
3. Get medical attention immediately.

Protect Against Noise


Prolonged exposer to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of
hearing.

Wear a suitable hearing protective device.

Wear Protective Clothing


Wear fairly tight clothing and proper safety equipment, such as:

• safety glasses
• bump cap
• hearing protection
• protective gloves
• respirator
• steel toe boots.

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Avoid High Pressure Fluids


Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin
causing serious injury. Relieve pressure before discon-
Safety

necting hydraulic lines or other fluid lines. Tighten all


connections before applying pressure. Keep hands and
body away from pinholes and nozzles which eject fluids
under high pressure. Use a piece of cardboard to search
for leaks.

If any fluid is injected into the skin, it must be surgically


removed immediately by a qualified physician, or gan-
grene may result.

Precautions For Welding

IMPORTANT
Welding on an engine is not recommended. If welding
must be performed, follow the following precautions.

IMPORTANT
ALWAYS disconnect Engine Control Unit (ECU)
connectors and battery before welding on engine or
machine. High currents or electro-static discharge in
electronic components from welding may cause perma-
nent damage. Remove battery or flammable liquid lines
if welding near those items.

1. Disconnect connectors from ECU.


2. Disconnect battery cables from battery.
3. If necessary, disconnect flammable liquid lines or
battery.
4. Connect welder ground to same engine component
as the welding point and be sure ECU or other elec-
tronic components are not in ground path.
5. Never connect welder ground to crankshaft damper
or pulley, engine flywheel, or any driveline com-
ponents. Be sure that engine bearings are not in
ground path, as this can create bearing damage.

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Safety Sign Care

Safety Sign Care


Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times.
NOTICE
Replace safety signs that are missing or have become il-

Safety
legible. If Safety Signs have been damaged, removed,
become illegible or parts replaced without
Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should also decals, new decals must be applied. New decals
display the current sign. are available from your dealer or manufacturer.

Safety signs are available from the Manufacturer or


Dealer Parts Department.

How to Install Safety Signs


1. Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.
2. Decide on the exact position before you remove the
backing paper.
3. Remove the smallest portion of the split backing
paper.
4. Align the decal over the specified area and carefully
press the portion with the exposed sticky backing in
place.
5. Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and
smoothed out using the piece of decal backing paper.

Tire Safety
Failure to follow proper procedures (section 7-12) when WARNING
mounting a tire on a wheel or rim can produce anexplo-
sion which may result in serious injury or death. In order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual may
Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the proper show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
equipment and experience to do the job. However, equipment should never be operated
in this condition. Keep all shields in place. If
Inflating or servicing tires can be dangerous. Whenever shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
possible, trained personnel should be called to service replace the shield prior to use.
and/or mount tires.

Always order and install tires and wheels with appropriate


capacity to meet or exceed the anticipated weight to be
placed on the harvester.

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Safety Instructions

Safety Instructions
Be sure the following safety instructions are read, understood and become a part of daily practice when operating or
maintaining CTM equipment. Help prevent personal injury and/or property damage.
Safety

Example:
WARNING
Failure to observe the following instructions • Blow horn 1 time – engine will start.
may result in serious injury or personal damage. • Blow horn 2 times – the harvester or some part of the
Accidents occur every year because of farm machinery. harvester is going to start.
Avoid these hazards by observing these safety instruc-
tions: Any signal system can be used but it must be consistent.
Before starting the vehicle in motion, the operator should
Keep all shields and guards in place. Failure to do so always check to see that it is safe to move by looking all
could result in personnel entanglement in moving parts. around and under the vehicle. Then the operator should
sound the horn to indicate the vehicle is about to move.
Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing when
working around the machine. Some adjustments to the The operator should always sound the horn before starting
machine must be done with engine running. When this is any part of the harvester to warn other personnel. Failure
necessary, use extreme care. Failure to do so could result to warn personnel could result in entanglement of person-
in entanglement in moving parts and conveyors or drive nel in moving conveyors.
chains.
Warn all personnel never to reach into the vehicle when
Always keep ladders, platform floors and controls free of the engine is running, as indicated by warning decals.
water, grease and mud to avoid slipping. Failure to do so Clearing vines or other obstructions should be done only
could result in injury to operator, other personnel or the when the operating controls are all in the “OFF” position
machine. and the engine is turned off. Failure to do so could result
in serious injury to personnel.
Always turn the engine “OFF” and follow the LOCK-
OUT/TAGOUT procedure shown on the page 1-7 before In case of emergency, a horn button has been located
performing any maintenance to this equipment, this will in the rear-sort area to alert the driver. When the horn
prevent accidentally starting any component that may sounds, the driver should stop the vehicle and shut the
cause bodily harm. harvester “OFF” immediately.

Always start the engine from the operator’s seat to control Always shut the engine “OFF” when refueling. Always
the machine. extinguish all smoking material before filling the fuel
tank, as fumes from the fuel will ignite easily.
Use caution when transporting on rough road or highway.
Be sure the operator has read and understands the opera- Add coolant to radiator only when the engine is off. Turn
tion section titled “Road Move”. the radiator cap slowly and allow the pressure to escape
before removing the cap. The coolant can be very hot and
The vehicle operator must always place all controls in a can burn personnel.
neutral position, lower header down to the ground and
turn the engine “OFF” before leaving the platform.

The operator must work out a system of signals with the


horn that will alert the hand sorter or any personnel that
the engine is going to start or the harvester or conveyors
are going to start.

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Safety Instructions

Use the electrical lockout switch outside the engine Always be sure the engine is “OFF” before opening the
compartment before making electrical system repairs. Be suction fan housing or before cleaning. Failure to do so
careful of sparks near the battery as the battery fumes can could result in entanglement in fan.
ignite causing serious burns to operator or equipment.

Safety
Always make sure the bulk trailer driver is clear of un-
Periodically check all nuts and bolts for tightness, espe- loading conveyor. Failure to do so could result in serious
cially the wheel lug nuts. These precautions can prevent injury to personnel.
injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
Always wear safety glasses, hard hats, hearing protection,
Periodically check the condition of the hydraulic hose. and other personal protective equipment when servicing
To check for hydraulic leaks, use a magnifying glass or or operating the machine.
hold a piece of wood or similar object over suspected leak
areas. NEVER USE HAND. Hydraulic oil can be very Only inflate tires to 75 psi maximum pressures. Overin-
hot and under high pressure it can cause serious injury to flating causes tires to burst and could cause serious injury.
personnel.
Use only genuine CTM parts for any necessary replace-
Always lower the machine header to the ground before ment. Special alloy steels are used in many parts which
leaving the machine. When it is necessary to work under are important to equipment design. Homemade parts may
the header, be sure it is properly secured on the ground look the same, but could vary in material strength and
or a support. A hydraulic hose could break, causing the hardness to a point of being dangerous in operation.
head to fall, resulting in serious injury to personnel under
header. ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFETY, if in doubt, check it
out first.
Always remove the key from the machine so children or
unauthorized personnel cannot start the machine.

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Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Lockout/Tagout Procedures
During servicing, cleaning or other maintenance Hazardous energy sources:
operations there is the potential for release of stored
• Battery
energy by hazardous energy sources. The lockout/tagout
Safety

procedures should be utilized to guard against the • Pneumatic


unexpected energizing, start-up, or release of stored • Residual
energy which could cause injury.
• Mechanical
DANGER • Flammable liquid
Lock out before servicing • Gravity
• Hydraulic
Lockout/tagout means that any energy source, be it
electrical, hydraulic, mechanical or any other source that Control type and location:
may cause unexpected movement, must be disengaged or
blocked, and electrical sources must be de-energized and • Emergency stop button
locked in the off position. • Ignition key switch at operator station
• Lockout switch below air compressor
The lockout device shall be used unless the employer
can demonstrate that the utilization of a tagout system
An emergency stop button is located at the rear of the
will provide full employee protection. The tagout device
machine. The stop button will disengage all hydraulic
shall be non-reusable, attached by hand, self-locking, and
driven systems during operation only, not kill the engine.
non-releasing with a minimum unlocking strength of no
The ignition key switch located at the operators station is
less than 50 pounds and must be at least equivalent to an
used to stop all systems on the machine. The lockout
all-environment tolerant nylon cable tie.
switch is located below the colorsort on the right hand
side of the machine next to the air compressor (Item 1).
This switch will lockout the electrical system through
disconnecting of the grounds from the battery. A padlock
or a similar lockout device should be used to secure the
switch in the lockout position.

Fig. 1-1

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Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Lockout/Tagout procedures for repair, service, or


cleaning of machine: CAUTION
Use extreme care when machine movement is
1. Survey the area of the equipment and consider ad- ncessary while servicing.

Safety
ditional hazards, e.g. slippery and muddy surfaces, hot
parts, etc Restoring to Normal Production Operations
2. If the equipment is operating, shut it down by the
1. After the service or repair is complete and the equip-
normal stopping procedures.
ment is ready for normal operation, check the area
3. Remove the key from the ignition and keep it in your to ensure that no one is exposed to the movement of
possession. restart and that all tools and parts are clear.
4. Place blocks in front and behind one of the tires. 2. Before removing the lockout device, all guards and
machinery covers must be in place.
5. When working under the frame, use blocks between
the axle and frame to prevent hazardous tilt. 3. Remove the padlock or other lockout devices when
the task is completed to avoid delay and confusion.
6. Apply a padlock and warning tag to the lockout
switch. Note: Apply group locking means and individ- 4. Warn affected employees of the restart.
ual padlocks when more than one person is involved
in the service or repair activity.
7. Ensure depressurization before working on hydraulic
or pneumatic lines and fittings.
8. Apply warning tag (Do Not Start) near the controls
9. Test operate the ignition or control to verify that it is
effectively locked/blocked.
10. Make certain that all movement has stopped com-
pletely before removing guards or covers. Wait until
the chopper completely stops.
11. Leave the lockout in place at the end of your shift if
the job is not completed or if the repair task is tempo-
rarily suspended. The exception is when your lock is
substituted by that of a replacement worker.

Servicing when machine movement is necessary (in-


cluding adjusting and test run)

1. The use of tools (sticks, brushes, air hoses, etc.) is


encouraged when reaching near moving machinery.
2. Test run only when other persons are clear of any
moveable machinery danger zone.

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Operator Pedestal and Instrument Panel

Operator
This section provides a summary of your machine, briefly The Hydrostat/Throttle post contains a three position
describing the major systems and their functions. The switch fo HI, HEADLAND, and LO ground speed in
low profile, open design permits easier, faster cleaning addition to the hydrostat and engine throttle levers.
and maintenance. A hydrostat with four wheel motors
increases traction over wet or uneven ground. Fingertip The steering column sub-panel contains four gages:
precision speed control delivers instant forward and

Operator
reverse speeds, variable from 0 to 16 MPH. Four wheel • Tachometer
power steering provides a short turning radius at row
• Water temperature
ends.
• Engine oil pressure
Operator Pedestal and Instrument Panel • Hydraulic oil temperature
The operator is able to control most machine functions
from the pedestal. The forward instrument panel is In addition, the Deere™ DG14 located inside the right
located on the steering pedestal so that engine RPM, water hand control console is a powerful new tool to support
temperature, and oil pressure can be easily monitored. engine diagnostics.
There are seven control levers on the pedestal to control
the following functions: Hydraulic System Overview
1. Hydrostat - forward/reverse and speed. The hydraulic system is the source of power for most
of the systems on the harvester. Two piston pumps
2. Throttle - engine speed.
supply hydraulic oil flow to drive the conveyor circuits
3. Header - up/down. on the harvester. There are four hydraulic manifolds
that direct flow to the specific circuits. These manifolds
4. Gauge Wheels - up/down.
contain electric solenoids and flow controls that deliver
5. Harvester tilt & level precise quantities of oil to each individual circuit. For
6. Elevator - up/down. an explanation of each circuit see section 9, Hydraulic
Systems Parts and Schematics.
7. Elevator Extension - up/down.

The right hand control console contains a number of


Cutting Systems Overview
lights, switches and gauges, their functions are as follows: The vines are cut at the roots approximately one inch below
the ground by one of four cutting systems - rodweeder,
1. Master Hydraulic Switch - on/off (operate only at
sickle, knife, or turning discs. The most efficient type of
1200 RPM or less).
cutting system depends on the method of planting and the
2. Header Switch - on/off. condition of the fruit and field.
3. Vibrating Shaker Switch - on/off.
For an explanation of each cutting system see section 7,
4. Elevator Switch - on/off. Cutting Systems.
5. Ignition Switch - on/off.
6. Electronic Sorter Switch - on/off.
7. Harvester Lights Switch - on/off.
8. Horn Button.
9. Hourmeter.
10. 2-State Throttle Switch
11. Emergency Engine Over-ride Switch
12. Stop Engine Light
13. Warning Engine Light

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Machine Systems

2-2
High Capacity Elevator -
For maximum throughput.

Vine Takeaway/Recovery System

John Deere Engine - After cooled


6.8 Liter Tier 3 diesel for maximum
Suction Fans - Remove leaves and vines for reliability and power.
Pedestal - Designed for maximum comfort, cleaner loads. Exhausts to the rear to keep
fingertip controls and maximum visibility dust off of workers.
under the header. Optional air conditioned cab
also available.

Rear Sort - Only


harvester on the market
that has this capability
for mold conditions.

Vine Assist - Provides an even flow of


the plant to the shaker.
Machine Systems

Custom Plant Cutting - Choice of


knives or optional rodweeder, sickle
or turning discs.

Electronic Color Sorters

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Sorter Catwalks - Sturdy and quickly
collapsed for transport.

Split Electronic Dirt - R.H. Three Weight Shaker - The shaker can
or L.H. also available. be set for any field conditions for better
recovery and less maintenance.
Main Header, Gauge Wheels, Coulter, and Vine Assist

Main Header, Gauge Wheels, Coulter, and


Vine Assist Electronic Sorter Dirt Belt
Fruit and vine enter the machine at the main or “lower” The electronic dirt belt conveyor is a flat belt conveyor
header. The main header is a belted chain conveyor located located under the dirt gap between the lower and upper
at the front of the machine with the primary function of header chains and extends outward beyond the side
retrieving cut vines and carrying them to the upper header transfer chain and ends at the electronic dirt sorters.
and into the shaker.
The dirt belt carries both dirt and tomatoes that fall from

Operator
The header can be raised or lowered and can be put into the dirt gap to the electronic dirt sorters.
a “float” position, enabling the header to maintain the
correct height in relationship to the top of the bed. This Electronic Dirt Sorters
is accomplished with the support and adjustments of the
gauge wheels. The electronic dirt sorter(s) are located at the end of the
electronic dirt belt(s). As dirt and tomatoes flow off the
The gauge wheels and header work together. As the electronic dirt belt, the sorter(s) “look” for red tomatoes.
header is aligned with a row, the gauge wheels line up If the sorter(s) see a red tomato, the sorter(s) actuates a
with the furrows. The gauge wheels support the weight high speed air powered cylinder with attached paddle or
of the header and act as a guide as the machine travels finger to hit the tomato and send it onto the side transfer
forward and should be used as a device for “fine-tuning” chain. Dirt and other debris is allowed to fall to the
the header heighth. ground.

The gauge wheels also act as a mounting point for the The electronic dirt sorter(s) are adjustable, but should only
coulter discs. The coulter is a tool used to cut vine at be adjusted by a qualified technician.
the extreme outside of the bed. It is used many times
when the vines have not been trained. Coulters prevent Refer to your electronics service manual for more
plugging at the base of the main header. information.

The vine assist or “sandwich” conveyor operates directly 3 Weight Vibrating Shaker
above and parallel to the main header. As the vines travel The shaker is located directly behind the upper header. It
up the main header, they are “sandwiched” between the shakes the tomatoes off the vines, delivers them to the
main header and the vine assist chain, preventing vines cross conveyors and delivers the vines to the vine removal
from tumbling back down the main header and ensuring a conveyor.
consistent flow to the shaker.
A large rubber roller, the vine feed roller, is positioned just
Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for instructions on in front of the shaker and directly below the end of the
adjusting main header, gauge wheels and vine assist. upper header. The vine feed roller aids in propelling the
vine into the shaker and prevents vine from back-feeding
Upper Header into the dirt elimination system.
The upper header is a short belted chain conveyor located
at the top of the main header. Fruit and vines are passed The shaker or “brush shaker” has tines that are clamped
from the main header to the upper header. There is a gap to a cylindrical drum with rubber mounting rings. As
between the main header and the upper header called the the shaker rotates, an eccentric counterweight assembly
“dirt gap.” The dirt elimination process begins at the dirt mounted to the left end of the shaker drum, causes the
gap. The majority of dirt and loose tomatoes fall down, tines to change direction and flex in their rubber mounts,
through the dirt gap, onto the dirt belt conveyor. The shaking the fruit off the vines. The fruit falls down onto
vines and attached tomatoes continue on the upper header the cross conveyors and the vines are carried back onto
chain and are delivered into the shaker. the vine removal chain.

The size of the dirt gap is adjustable to suit varying Vine rods are mounted underneath the shaker to establish
conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for a curved path for the vines to follow exposing the vines to
instructions on adjusting the dirt gap. several shaking motions prior to exiting the shaker.

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Vine Removal System

toward the outside of the machine in opposite directions,


Vine strippers are mounted in the shaker at the end of one to the right and one to the left. The cross conveyors
the vine path to prevent vine and weeds from wrapping receive fruit from two sources - fruit that falls from the
around the shaker drum and plugging the shaker. shaker and fruit that is delivered from the fruit chain. The
cross conveyors deliver fruit quickly and evenly to the side
The shaker rotation speed and shake rate are adjustable to transfer conveyors on either side of the machine.
suit varying conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments,
for instructions on adjusting the shaker. Side Transfer Chain Conveyors
Operator

The side transfer conveyors are located on the right and


Vine Removal System left sides of the harvester with the front of the conveyors
The vine removal system consists of three components, located just ahead of the cross conveyors. The side
the front and lower vine removal chains and the top transfers are belted chain conveyors that receive fruit from
belt. These components are located behind the shaker. the cross conveyors and dirt belts, and deliver it to the
The front vine removal chain receives vines from the color sort conveyors. The side transfer conveyors move
shaker, moves them towards the rear of the machine and the fruit up an incline to a higher elevation where the
rolls them under to the lower vine removal chain. This suction fans and color sort conveyors are located.
rolling action allows any remaining loose tomatoes to fall
through onto the fruit chain. The top belt assists the front The side transfer conveyors are adjustable to suit
vine removal chain in rolling the vines over and keeps varying conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for
loose tomatoes from flying down the discharge chute. instructions on adjusting the side transfer conveyors.

The vine removal system is adjustable to suit varying Color Sort Conveyors
conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for
instructions on adjusting the vine removal system. The color sort conveyors are located just behind each side
transfer conveyor. These flat belt conveyors carry the fruit
under the air flow of the suction fans and deliver the fruit
Chopper to the electronic color sorters.
The chopper system consists of a rotor, chopper blades,
and a backing plate mounted on the main frame under The color sort conveyors are adjustable to suit varying
the vine removal system. The vines drop of the lower conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for
vine removal chain into the shredding area of the chopper instructions on adjusting the color sort conveyors.
system.
Suction Fans
The chopper system is adjustable to suit varying
conditions. See Adjustments Section. The suction fan inlets are located just above the front
of the color sort conveyors. As the flow of tomatoes
leaves the side transfer chain and falls onto the color sort
Fruit Chain Conveyor conveyor, they pass through an upward flow of air created
The fruit chain conveyor is a belted chain conveyor located by the suction fans. The leaves and plant remnants are
directly below the lower vine removal chain. The fruit “vacuumed” out of the tomatoes and are blown out to the
chain carries the tomatoes forward that fell through the rear of the machine through trash ducts. This cleaning
lower vine removal chain and delivers them to the cross of the tomatoes is important because it increases the
conveyor chains. efficiency of the color sorters and allows for cleaner loads
to be delivered to the transport trailers.
The fruit chain is adjustable to suit varying conditions.
Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for instructions on The speed and suction of the fans is adjustable to suit
adjusting the fruit chain. varying conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for
instructions on adjusting the suction fans.
Cross Conveyors
The cross conveyors are located in front of the fruit chain
and directly under the shaker. The cross conveyors consist
of two belted chains that run from the center of the machine

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Electronic Color Sorters

Electronic Color Sorters


The unloading elevator has several adjustable features.
The electronic color sorters are located at the end of the Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for instructions on
color sort belts. As the tomatoes flow off the color sort belt, adjusting the unloading elevator.
the sorters “look” at each tomato and make an accept/reject
decision based on color. If an accept decision is made, the
sorter allows the tomato to continue to fall and land on the Powertrain
rear side sort belt. If a reject decision is made, the sorter A 225 HP 6.8 Liter after-cooled Final Tier 4 John Deere™
actuates a high speed air powered cylinder with attached diesel engine provides ample operating and reserve

Operator
paddle or finger to hit the tomato and send it back onto the power. Four-wheel hydrostatic drive provides maximum
ground. maneuverability and traction. The gear reduction drive
hubs provide the torque necessary to operate even under
Electronic color sorters are adjustable, but should only extremely wet conditions.
be adjusted by a qualified technician. Refer to your
electronics service manual for more information. Over the Road Operation
Rear Side Sort Conveyors The following procedure is for safe operation of the
harvester over the road. Care and caution should always
The rear side sort conveyors are located behind and below be exercised.
each color sorter. This is a long flat belt conveyor that
carries the fruit toward the rear of the machine and allows 1. Turn the Master Switch “OFF”.
for final hand sorting of the fruit. Damaged or moldy fruit
or other unwanted items are hand picked out of the fruit 2. Turn the Vibrating Shaker Switch “OFF”.
flow and discarded to the ground via the waste chutes. 3. Turn the Electronic Sorter Switch to the “OFF”
position.
The rear side sort conveyors are adjustable to suit
4. Secure all catwalks. Raise the catwalk grating and
varying conditions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments, for
push in the handrails.
instructions on adjusting the rear side sort conveyors.
5. Remove the pin that secures the elevator to the
Rear Sort Conveyor harvester frame. Release the elevator latch and swing
the elevator to the rear of the harvester. Replace the
The rear sort conveyor is located at the rear of the machine pin in the stow position hole to secure the elevator
and is perpendicular to the rear side sort conveyors. This is against the rear sort waste chute. Lower the elevator
a long flat belt conveyor whose primary function is to carry extension to match the elevation at the bottom of the
fruit from each rear side sort conveyor and deliver it to the rear catwalk.
unloading elevator. The rear sort belt can also be used as
a final sorting area to discard any unwanted items prior to 6. Release the sunshades, roll back, and tie securely.
loading into the transport trailer. 7. Engage the Road Speed Switch located on the
hydrostat/throttle post.
The rear sort conveyor is adjustable to suit varying condi-
tions. Refer to section 5, Adjustments for instructions on Making sure that the area is clear before proceeding
adjusting the rear sort conveyors. onto roadway, sound horn and proceed with moving
operation.
Unloading Elevator
The unloading elevator is located at the end of the rear sort Automatic Leveling
conveyor and reaches out and up from the right rear corner
of the harvester to the transport trailer. It is a belted chain The auto-level system is designed to keep the harvester
conveyor with flights that carries the fruit up and into the level during operation. It electrically actuates an
transport trailer. electrohydraulic valve which in turn actuates the tilt
cylinder valve as required to hydraulically level the
The unloading elevator belted chain is 32” wide with 3.5” machine.
high cross flights to prevent fruit rollback under heavy
conditions.

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Operator

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Start Up / Shut Down


Start Up Procedures
The following suggested start up procedure is intended to 3. Move the hydrostat lever to the neutral position.
help assure a productive day of harvesting. These sugges- NOTE: The engine will not start unless the hydro-
tions may help you prevent down time during harvest. stat is in the neutral position because of
the neutral safety switch.
Check or complete the following before starting the
4. Press the horn button to alert all personnel in the area
engine:
of your intention to start the engine.
The horn button is located on the right-hand side of

Start Up / Shut Down


1. Diesel fuel level (sight tube).
the console.
2. Engine oil level.
5. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position. The
3. Hydraulic oil level (sight gauge). switch is located on the right-hand side of the console.
Continue to turn the switch to the right to engage the
4. Check DEF level (gauge).
starter.
5. Check all hydraulic valves to ensure they are open
6. Once the engine is running, set the throttle to 1000
(both feed and return).
RPM and allow the engine sufficient time to warm up
6. Visually check the pump drive assembly and hydrau- to approximately 140°F.
lic pumps and lines on the rear of the engine for leaks.
7. Inspect the engine air pre-cleaner. This unit also Shutdown Override Switch
cleans the air to the compressor for the electronic sort- The engine comes equipped with a shutdown override
ers. switch. This is used to move the harvester from dangerous
8. Check the battery water level. The large 12 volt bat- situations when the engine has a “shut down” fault code
tery on the right side of the engine, is for all electrical active and automatically turns off. To start the harvester
systems on the harvester. after it has automatically shut down, depress and hold the
“Emergency Engine Override” switch on the operator’s
9. Check the radiator coolant level. (Sight Glass) console. Move the harvester to a safe location and shut
10. Check for foreign matter obstructing the air flow down. Releasing the emergency Engine Override switch
through the radiator and oil coolers. while a shut down code is active will stop the engine after
1 minute.
11. Open the suction fan doors and inspect the inside for
cleanliness. Check and clean the square to round tran-
sition. Spin the impeller to verify that it is free. Close WARNING
and secure the doors. Operating the engine with an automatic
shutdown code active could cause serious
12. Check pump drive oil level.
damage to the engine and / or hydraulic system.
WARNING
Do the following during engine warm up (with the mas-
Never open the suction fan door while the engine ter hydraulic switch “OFF”):
is running.
1. Night lights may now be turned back on if needed.
2. Check the cleanliness of the electronics inspection
Enter the operator’s pedestal and complete the follow- window. Use care in cleaning. Carefully spray with
ing: glass cleaner and wipe dry with a clean cloth.
1. Turn the master hydraulic switch “OFF”. 3. Check the reject modules and under the optics box
NOTE: The engine will not start unless the master for dirt, vine and other obstructions. Clean them as
hydaulic switch is in the off position. necessary.
2. Turn the harvester night lights switch “OFF”. At this point, the engine should be up to operating tem-

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Shut Down and Clean Up Procedures

perature. Leave the engine idling at 1000 RPM. Turn the


master hydraulic switch “ON”. Turn the Vibrating Shaker 2. Check for leaks in the hydraulic system.
“ON”. Allow sufficient time for the hydraulics to warm
3. Inspect the tires and check the air pressure. (Drive
up.
wheel tires should be 75 PSI).
During this hydraulic warm up period, check the fol- 4. Check all belt alignments and tightness. Engage the
lowing: rear sort belt and elevator belt.
5. Check electronic sorter operation by pulling the
1. Check the hydrostat oil filter vacuum gauge. This “ELECTRONIC SORTERS” switch to “ON”
gauge is attached to the lower hydraulic tank. The position.
gauge indicates the condition of the hydrostat oil filter
Start Up / Shut Down

and it must register under 8 in. Hg when the hydraulic Test reject modules at sorter boxes using test switches.
oil temperature reaches 120°F or higher. If the read-
ing is higher, the filter needs servicing.
Bring the engine to 2000 RPM. Check the Vibrating
Shaker. Ensure that the oil flow at the flowmeter indicates
When servicing the hydrostat filter, the engine must be shut
9 to 11 GPM. This flow is variable for the desired shake.
down. Turn the ball valve, located between the suction
Ensure that the rotation is set at the desired speed and that
filter and the lower hydraulic tank, to the closed position.
the removal conveyors are operative and also set at the
Replace the filter element with the correct replacement
desired speed. If an adjustment is necessary, refer to sec-
and secure. Reopen the ball valve.
tion 5, Adjustments.

CAUTION Adjust the cutting system to field conditions, as necessary.


Extreme care must be taken to assure the ball See section 7, Cutting Systems.
valve is OPEN before machine use or serious
damage may occur. Shut Down and Clean Up Procedures
At the end of the harvesting shift, complete the following
1. The main hydraulic oil return filter is located in the
preventive maintenance items. Keep in mind that cleanli-
lower hydraulic tank. Just forward of this filter are
ness and strict adherence to the lubrication schedule will
two gauges. One is the vacuum gauge, discussed
help extend the life of your machine.
above, for the hydrostat. The second is a pressure
gauge for determining return pressure at the filter.
• Empty all fruit and debris from the header, shaker,
When running the harvester with the master switch
conveyors, and elevator. Turn the master switch
“ON” with cold hydraulic oil, the return filter may in-
“OFF”. Turn the Vibrating Shaker switch “OFF”.
dicate an “orange” or “red” condition. Do not change
Turn “OFF” the electronic sorters switch at driv-
the filter. Cold oil does not flow well through the
ers console. Bring the engine to idle, for at least one
filter and will create much more pressure compared
minute, then shut it down.
to warm oil. If the gauge indicates “orange” or “red”
after the hydraulic oil reaches approximately 120°F, • To ensure safety during cleaning, it is recommended
service the return filter. The temperature of the oil can that the Lockout procedure be followed (see section
be determined by looking at the hydraulic temperature 4, page 4-19). Then, scrape mud and debris from all
gauge at the operator’s station . areas of the harvester. Open the suction fan doors and
clean the interior areas with a scraper. Cleaning is
If the return filter needs servicing, turn the master hy- vital for optimum fan operation.
draulic switch “OFF” and turn off the engine. Close the • Check the hydraulic oil levels. Refill as necessary
ball valve located above the main frame at the inner end with the correct oil as specified in the Routine Lu-
of the lower hydraulic tank. Since this filter is “in-tank” brication Chart in section 4, Service Procedures and
remove the four bolts holding the filter head cap onto the Specifications.
lower hydraulic tank. The filter head cap will come off.
The filter element can be removed and a new element • Lubricate the machine following the Routine Lubri-
installed. Since there is a check valve on the end of the cation Chart in section 4, Service Procedures and
filter canister, a minimal amount of hydraulic oil will leak Specifications. Close adherence to this schedule will
out. Replace the filter head cap. help prolong the life of the machine. If the machine is

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Annual Storage Procedures

washed down, especially with a high pressure system, • Replace the hydraulic return filter element, two pres-
all components requiring lubrication, regardless of the sure filter elements and the hydrostat suction filter
recommended frequency, should be lubricated. element. Run all systems. See page 3-3, #1 and #2.
• Check the complete machine for oil leaks, e.g. all • Retract all hydraulic cylinders or apply a protective
hoses, fittings, seals, etc., and repair as necessary. coating of grease to any exposed rods and around the
seals.
• Clean the air filter pre-cleaner and the outer filter
located in the canister. See pages 4-8 to 4-9. • Ease the tension or remove all belts (conveyor belts
and v-belts). It is preferred to store all the belts and
• Clean the engine radiator and charge air cooler by
other rubber components in a cool, dry place as they
blowing compressed air through the engine side of the
tend to deteriorate much faster when exposed to the
cooling fins with an air gun. Open the swing out door

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elements.
for access and clean with compressed air all three
components. • Disconnect the battery terminals and lockout the elec-
trical switch . The preferred procedure is to remove
• A quick disconnect air fitting is provided directly be-
and clean the battery and add water if necessary.
low the hydraulilc manifold #1 in front of the tunnel
Charge the battery and store it in a cool, dry place
curtain. This fitting provides access to the on-board
where it will not freeze.
compressed air for cleaning the items mentioned
above. Do not run the engine if the on-board com-
pressed air is used to clean the air filters located CAUTION
inside the cannister. Sulfuric acid in battery electrolyte is poisonous.
• Lift the upper hydraulic oil cooler screen and blow off It is strong enough to burn skin, eat holes in
with compressed air. Clean the upper hydraulic oil clothing, and cause blindness if splashed into
cooler by blowing compressed air through from the eyes.
engine compartment side of the cooling fins with an
air gun. Open the auxiliary oil cooler screen assembly
on the right hand side of the machine and blow off See the Electronic Sorter manual for storage of the
with compressed air. electronics.
• Clean the ejectors and optics glass on the electronic
sorters. A thorough cleaning is required to maintain The catwalks are designed to fasten to the saddles on the
satisfactory operation of these units. gauge wheel arms for storage. The sequence of storage is:

• Open the air tank drain valve located at the rear of 1. left-front catwalk
the harvester. Allow the tank to drain thoroughly and
then close the valve. 2. left-rear catwalk

• Fill the fuel tank at the end of each day. 3. right-front catwalk

Annual Storage Procedures The right-rear catwalk is stored on the rear of the machine
with the rear catwalk.
To prepare the harvester for storage, complete the follow-
ing:

• Thoroughly clean and wash the machine.


• Lubricate all bearings and threaded adjustments. Op-
erate the machine to distribute the lubricants.
• With the engine warm, drain the crankcase. Replace
the filter element and fill the crankcase with new oil.
• Every 500 hours or 3 years, drain and refill the cool-
ing system with John Deere™ Cool-Guard II Anti-
freeze, 50/50 mix.

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Break-in Period

Maintenance
For information on maintenance of the Electrical
System see Section 8, Page 8-4.

For information on maintenance of the Hydraulic


System see Section 9, Page 9-2.

Break-in Period
Your machine is ready for normal operation; however,
extra care during the first 100 hours will result in more
satisfactory long-term performance and life. The engine
is shipped with a special break-in oil blend (WSE
#2355793) and must be changed after 100 - 200 hours
with 15W-40 CK-4 John Deere™ Plus 50 II oil (WSE
#2355794). DO NOT change oil early. Top off with extra
break-in oil (John Deere™ Break-in Plus 10W-30, WSE

Maintenance
#2355793) only if oil level is low. Do not mix break-in
oil and regular engine oil.

During the first 20 hours, avoid prolonged periods of


engine idling or sustained maximum load operation. Vary
engine rpm and loading during this time.

After the first 100 - 200 hours, drain the engine crankcase
oil, change the oil filter and refill the crankcase with
the correct oil. Refer to Item 7 in the Detailed Periodic
Service Procedures on Page 4-12 for detailed instructions
on oil changes.

The return hydraulic filter should be changed after the first


100 hours of operation. From then on, this filter should be
changed annually or when the return filter gauge indicates
yellow at normal hydraulic oil temperatures. The return
filter gauge and the hydraulic oil temperature gauge are
both located on the lower hydraulic oil tank. Likewise,
the two pressure filters should be changed after the first
100 hours and then every 500 hours thereafter.

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Routine Maintenance Chart

Routine Maintenance Chart


For complete Engine Maintenance see John Deere™ Powertech 6068HFC08 (Tier 4) Operator’s Manual.

EVERY 10 HOURS OF OPERATION


SERVICE PROCEDURE PAGE
Check engine coolant level 4-10
Check drain valve on fuel filters 4-10
Check engine oil level 4-10
Clean engine air precleaner 4-10
Maintenance

Check Diagnostic gauge in console for fault codes 4-11


Clean hydraulic oil cooler screens 4-20
Clean engine radiator screen 4-20
Drain air tank by opening valve at rear of machine —
Check hydraulic oil level 4-17

EVERY 100 HOURS OF OPERATION


SERVICE PROCEDURE PAGE
Change engine oil and filter 4-10
Replace return hydraulic oil filter and both pressure filters 4-17
Retighten wheel lug nuts and jam nuts 4-17
Check engine belts & battery 4-17
Change wheel hub oil 4-16

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Routine Maintenance Chart

EVERY 500 HOURS OF OPERATION


SERVICE PROCEDURE PAGE
Change engine oil and filter 4-10
Check engine belts and battery 4-11
Replace engine fuel filter 4-12
Clean engine crankcase vent tube 4-12
Check air intake hoses 4-12
Replace engine air cleaner elements 4-12

Maintenance
Change wheel hub oil 4-16
Change Pump Drive oil 4-16
Replace high pressure hyraulic filters (2) - WSE #71669 4-17

EVERY 2000 HOURS OF OPERATION


AND EVERY 2000 HOURS THEREAFTER
SERVICE PROCEDURE PAGE
Check the engine valve clearances 4-12
Check the engine speeds 4-12

ANNUALLY
SERVICE PROCEDURE PAGE
Replace hydrostat filter - WSE #72448 4-17
Replace return hydraulic filter - WSE #71671 4-18
Drain, flush, and refill engine cooling system 4-13
Inspect axle spindle bearings 4-16
Add corrosion inhibitor to fuel and hydraulic system —
Chain engine oil and filter 4-10

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Periodic engine Service Chart

Periodic engine Service Chart

SERVICE TWICE DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS


DESCRIPTION OF CAPACITY OR WSE PART # OR
ITEM COMPONENT
SERVICE SPEC FLUID
1 Radiator Check coolant level To base of filler neck JD Cool-Guard II
50/50 mix, 2355766
2 Fuel filter at engine Drain any water or — —
dirt
3 Engine crankcase Check oil level 32 quarts SAE 15-40 motor oil JD
Plus 50 II - #2357894
Break-in oil - #2355793
4 Air cleaners Clean pre-cleaner,
pre-screener, dust — Primary - #177108
unloader, and inspect Safety - #177109
primary element
Maintenance

5 DG14 Check for Error codes — —

SERVICE AFTER THE FIRST 100 HOURS


AND EVERY 500 HOURS THEREAFTER
DESCRIPTION OF CAPACITY OR WSE PART # OR
ITEM COMPONENT
SERVICE SPEC FLUID
5a Alternator-fan belt Check tension & Ensure tensioner Tensioner - #519001
tensioner mechanism is adjusted T3 - #135479
T4 - #135492
6 Battery Check level of Fill each cell to
electrolyte in each bottom of filler neck Distilled Water
cell. Check for 12v-COM 8D-P #123002
terminal corrosion
7 Engine crankcase oil Drain oil, replace filter 32 quarts with filter Oil Filter
and filter and refill with SAE change T3 - #253151
15W-40 #2355794 T4 - #253227

SERVICE EVERY 500 HOURS


DESCRIPTION OF CAPACITY OR WSE PART # OR
ITEM COMPONENT
SERVICE SPEC FLUID
8 Engine fuel filter Install new filter — T4 - #253228,
#253229
T3 - #253152,
#253153
9 Air intake hoses Check connections for — —
leaks
10 Air cleaner Install new primary — Primary - #177108
and secondary Safety - #177109
elements

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SERVICE EVERY 2000 HOURS


DESCRIPTION OF CAPACITY OR WSE PART # OR
ITEM COMPONENT
SERVICE SPEC FLUID
11 Engine valves See Engine Operator’s — —
Manual
12 Turbocharger See your John Deere — T3 -Turbo - #72151
dealer for testing T4 - Turbo - #320474
13 Fuel Injectors See your John Deere — —
dealer for inspection
and cleaning
14 Engine Speeds Check high/low idle HIGH: 2000 LOW: —
speeds 1000 Set at factory,
Contact WSE for

Maintenance
adjustment
15 Alternator Check output — #105019

ANNUALLY UPON STORAGE OF MACHINE


DESCRIPTION OF CAPACITY OR WSE PART # OR
ITEM COMPONENT
SERVICE SPEC FLUID
16 Cooling system Drain, flush, and refill 8 gallons total 2355766 Antifreeze
as necessary 50/50 mix JD Cool-
Guard II
17 Engine crankcase oil Drain, replace filter, 32 quarts with filter T3 - #235151 Oil filter
and filter and refill. #2355794 change T4 - #253227 Oil filter
18 Air cleaner Install new primary —
Primary - #177108
and secondary
Safety - #177109
element
19 Engine crankcase vent Remove and replace — Inlet Type:
filter Side - #253230 (-2018)
Top - #253235 (2019+)
20 DEF Supply filter Replace — #253231
21 DEF In-Tank Filter Replace — #253233
22 DEF Breather Replace — #253234
23 DEF Lines Check; Replace — #299404 - Injector
#299405 - Supply
#299406 - Return

Note: For complete engine maintenance see John Deere™ Powertech 6.8L 6068HFC08 Operator’s Manual.

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Lubrication chart

Lubrication chart
The following chart lists recommended lubrication for daily (1x/day = 20 hours), weekly (1x/wk = 100 hours),
biweekly (1x/2wk = 250 hours), semiannually (2x/yr) , annually (1x/yr), and biennially (1x/2yr). Unless noted
differently, all grease fittings should be lubricated with a multipurpose aluminium/lithium complex grease with a
molybdenum disulfide additive. Refer to the following chart and lubricate as recommended:

LUBRICATION CHART
LOCATION RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT FREQUENCY # PL
Conveyors & Belted chains
Main header
Pivot zerks Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 2
Drive shaft bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Upper header Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Vine Assist
Pivot zerks Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 2
Maintenance

Drive shaft bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2


Dirt belt Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 4
Cross conveyors - L & R Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 4
Side transfers - L & R Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 4
Fruit chain Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Vine removal chain Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Color sorts - L & R Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 8
Rear side sorts - L & R Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 8
Rear sort Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 4
Elevator Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Cutting Apparatus
Sickle
Tie rod ends (knife, pitman arm) Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Bearings (pivot plate, pitman arm) Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Rodweeder
Bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Independent Roller Assemblies
Vine feed roller bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Fruit chain transition roller bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Chopper bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2
Gauge Wheel Mounts
Cross memeber pivot zerks Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 2
Lift arms - L & R zerks Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 2
Tilt System
Front axle pivot pin zerk Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 1
Rear axle pivot pin zerk Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 10-20 Pumps 1
Steering System
Spindles - L & R top & bottom plates Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/wk - 2 Pumps 2
Tie rod end zerks Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/day - 1 Pump 2

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Lubrication chart

LUBRICATION CHART
LOCATION RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT FREQUENCY # PL
Vibrating Shaker - 3 Weight
Couterweight shaft bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/100hrs - 2 Pumps 6
Main hub sprocket Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/100hrs - 2 Pumps 1
Main shaft pillow block bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/100hrs - 2 Pumps 2
Wheel Hubs
Gage Wheel Hubs
Inner & outer bearings Al/Li complex grease NLGI 2 1x/yr 4
Drive Wheel Hubs
Check and maintain level 2355765 / 2355764 As needed 4
Change 75W-140 Synthetic or 85W-140 API After first 50 hrs 4
GL-S EP Gear Oil Then every 500 hrs*
Tire Pressure
Check Pressure 75 PSIG 1x/1wk 4

Maintenance
Hydraulic system
Change in-tank filter 1x/2wk 1
Change breather 1x/2wk 1
Inspect hoses and air lines - replace as 1x/2wk -
required
Pump drive 2355765 / 2355764 Every 500 hrs 1
75W-140 Synthetic or 85W-140 API
GL-S EP Gear Oil
Hydrostatic drive torque hubs ISO VG 220 EP*** 1x/yr* 4
Tank and System Oil
Check and maintain level Mobil DTE26 hydraulic oil or 1x/day 1
Change Quaker State FCI 3000 AW 68 Every 2000 hrs 1
Ground drive suction filter
Change filter 1x/2wk 1
Cooling system
Clean and flush cooling system 2355766 1x/2yr** 1
JD Cool-Guard II 50/50 mix

* Change oil in hubs after the first 50 hours of operation.


Inspect hubs at the beginning of each season, drain, refill with new oil, and then visually inspect daily for leaks.

** Cooling system flush procedure


1. Drain both tanks and dispose of used oil properly.
2. Fill the lower tank.
3. Fill top tank.
4. Start engine.
5. Check top tank level and add fluid until oil level is correct on sight gauge.

*** Mobilgear SHC 220 or equivalent

NOTE: Always dispose of used oil in a proper manner.

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Cylinder & Motor Service

Cylinder & Motor Service


JFM CYLINDER & MOTOR SEAL KITS
DESCRIPTION CYLINDER NO. SEAL KIT NO. QTY / MACHINE
Steering Cyl 9116805 320462 2
Leveling / Gage Whl Cyl 69377 30079 6
Elevator Cyl 9117228 71326 1
Elevator Extension Cyl 228170 320439 1
Header Cyl 66120 66546 2
80" Leveling Cyl 228268 320370 4
Shaker Drive Motor 71665 320195 8
Shaker Rotation Motor 69999 70170 1
Elevator Motor 71867 320195 1
Cooler Motor (Emmegi) 342901 N/A 1
Compressor 342886 457016 (shaft) 1
Maintenance

268120 (housing)
All other Parker Motors 70171

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Belted Chain Spares Chart

Connecting Backing
Belted Chain Joining Clip Rivet rod Nut Screw Flight rods Sprocket
rod plate
775189 Nickel
772980 12-28 435404 12-28 71354 42P-10T K
Header 5766882 775188 Black 72521 72114 318321
775138 10-32 775140 10-32 Chrome
775198 Cast
775187 Nickel 72298 - 3 Lug 71353 42P-10T K
Upper Header 9115006 72110 70325 775138 775140 318321
775186 Black 72299 - 4 Lug Chrome
775187 Nickel 69478 36P-10T
Cross Conveyor 9112665-1 70314 69912 775138 775140 9112725 318321
775186 Black Duracast
775187 Nickel 69478 36P-10T
Fruit Return 9110619 70315 70325 775138 775140 9113119 Flap Asem 318321
775186 Black Duracast
Vine Removal 775189 Nickel 69205 42P-10T
9116902 70320 451065-1 775138 775140 318321
Lower, 24 Rod 775188 Black Duracast
Vine Removal Up- 775189 Nickel 495353 42P-14T
9116903 70320 451065-1 775138 775140 318321
per, 21 Rod 775188 Black Duracast
320247 Flight 495344 36P-10T K
Belted Chain Spares Chart

Side Transfer Std 9111444 775183 Black 320248 283026 775138 775140 318321
320270 Lap Rod Chrome
Side Transfer 775187 Nickel 495344 36P-10T K
9118097 320384 331207 775138 775140 71084-1 318321
Wide, 80” 775186 Black Chrome

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775187 Nickel 495344 36P-10T K
Elevator Chain 9116945 320287 331207 775138 775140 70326-1 Flight 318321
775186 Black Chrome
775189 Nickel 495353 42P- 14T
Header Assist 5765722 320238 451065-1 775138 775140 318321
775188 Black Duracast

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Maintenance
Detailed Periodic Engine Service Procedures

Detailed Periodic Engine Service dipstick, add oil. Do not operate the engine with the oil
Procedures level below the bottom mark or serious engine damage
will result.
Item 4. Air Cleaner
NOTE:
The item numbers listed below correspond to each item CAUTION
number listed on the periodic service chart on page 4-2. Stop the engine before working on the air cleaner.

DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS: Remove the pre-cleaner and dump out dirt/debris.
Reinstall the pre-cleaner.
Item 1. Radiator Remove any obstructions from the pre-screen air scoop.
Check the coolant level of the radiator. Coolant level Pinch the dust unloader on the bottom side of the air
must be at the base of the filler neck. Make sure the fluid cleaner canister and remove the dirt.
can withstand the temperature extremes of the area in
Remove the clamp on the air cleaner canister and remove
Maintenance

which the machine will be in use. Machines are shipped


with John Deere™ Cool-Guard II (amber) coolant. DO the canister cover.
NOT MIX COOLANT TYPES! Remove the primary element from the canister (primary
element is the large one, secondary element is the small
CAUTION one).
Do not remove radiator cap until radiator has cooled Clean dirt from the inside of the canister.
and you can hold your hand on the radiator tank.
Remove the secondary element ONLY if it is to be
First, loosen the cap slowly to the stop, then release
replaced. DO NOT attempt to clean the secondary
all pressure in the cooling system before removing
element. Inspect the primary element, if dusty, gently pat
the cap.
the sides of the element to loosen dirt. DO NOT tap the
element against a hard surface.
Item 2. Fuel Filter Blow out the element from the inside, using clean, dry
compressed air at no more than 30 PSI. Be careful not to
tear or damage the element.
Inspect the element before reinstalling. Replace the
element if it has even the smallest break, if the gasket
is broken or missing, or if the outer screen is damaged.
Serious engine damage may result from dust entering the
turbo inlet.
Reinstall the primary element. Be sure the gasket is in
place.
Fig. 4-1 Reinstall the canister cover and fasten it with the clamp.

IMPORTANT
Loosen drain valve (A) all the way so that the valve opens INSTALL A NEW PRIMARY ELEMENT:
to the hold tabs (B) and drain water water and debris as
1. If the element shows damage.
needed. See Fig. 4-1.
2. After one year of service.
3. When the element will not clean.
Item 3. Engine Crankcase
INSTALL A NEW SAFETY ELEMENT EVERY
Check the crankcase oil level. Check the oil level with
YEAR OR EVERY 1000 HOURS, OR IF THE PRI-
the engine off. If oil is at or below the bottom mark on the
MARY ELEMENT HAS RUPTURED.

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Detailed Periodic Engine Service Procedures

Item 5. DG14 Fault Codes


A
NOTE: F

The engine does not need to be running to navigate the


diagnostic gauge screens. If engine start up is desired, See
"Starting The Engine." All of the engine values illlustrated
on the diagnostic gauge indicate the engine is running.
See Fig. 4-2 for controls to navigate the diagnostic gauge.
For description of fault codes, see chart in Supplemental
Documents Section 9.

To view active fault code information: E


B C D
E

1. 1Press (home) menu key on diagnostic gauge


A—Diagnostic Gauge D—(Check Mark) Select Key
2. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down to FUNCTION B—(Home) Menu Key E—Indicator Light
C—Arrow Keys F— Display Screen
3. Press (check mark) select key
Fig. 4-2

Maintenance
4. Press Arrow keys to scroll up or down to VIEW
FAULT CODES
5. Press (check mark) select key SERVICE EVERY 200 HOURS:
6. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down to ACTIVATE Item 5a. Alternator-Fan Belt
7. Press (check mark) select key Check the tension of the alternator belt. Insure the
adjustment range of the belt tensioner is not exceeded or
8. Press Arrow keys to scroll through available faults else damge to the tensioner and belt may result.

To view stored fault code information:


Item 6. Battery
1. Press (home) menu key on diagnostic gauge
Check the battery electrolyte level. Fill with distilled
2. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down to FUNCTION water. Do not use hard water. Clean the battery with a
damp cloth. Apply petroleum jelly to the battery
3. Press (check mark) select key
terminals to prevent corrosion.
4. Press Arrow keys to scroll up or down to VIEW
FAULT CODES IMPORTANT
5. Press (check mark) select key NEVER ADD WATER TO THE BATTERY IN
FREEZING WEATHER UNLESS THE ENGINE
6. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down to STORED WILL BE RUN FOR 2 TO 3 HOURS.
7. Press (check mark) select key
8. Press Arrow keys to scroll through available faults

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Detailed Periodic Engine Service Procedures

Item 7. Engine Crankcase and Filter Item 10. Air Cleaner


1. Drain the crankcase when the oil is hot. Clean the air cleaner housing and the dust unloader. Then
install new primary and safety elements.
2. Remove the crankcase drain plug. Let all the oil
drain. Install the plug.
3. Remove the pipe plug below the filter. Drain the SERVICE EVERY 2000 HOURS:
filter. Install the plug.
Item 11. Engine valves
4. Remove the filter. Turn it counterclockwise. Dispose
of the filter properly. See your John Deere™ servicing dealer for engine valve
adjustment.
5. Clean the mounting surface.
6. Put a film of oil on the sealing ring.
Item 12. Turbocharger
7. Tighten the new filter until it touches the mounting
surface. See your John Deere™ servicing dealer for turbocharger
inspection.
8. Turn the filter 1/2 to 3/4 turn further.
Maintenance

9. Fill the crankcase with SAE 15-40 motor oil,


#2355794, API CK-4. Item 13. Fuel Injectors
See your John Deere™ servicing dealer for a complete
IMPORTANT check of the fuel injection system and cleaning of the
DURING SEVERE HOT OR COLD WEATHER, injection nozzles.
CHANGE THE OIL EVERY 250 HOURS OR EV-
ERY SIX WEEKS, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.
Item 14. Engine speeds
10. Start the engine. Check for leaks around the element. Warm up the engine. Use a tachometer to check engine
11. Tighten the element again, if necessary, but only speeds.
enough to stop leaks. See your John Deere™ dealer for adjustments and service.
Consult Engine Manual. Engines are shipped with break-
in oil and must be changed after 100 hours. DO NOT
CHANGE BREAK-IN OIL EARLY. Annually Upon Storage of Machine:
Item 16. Cooling System
SERVICE EVERY 500 HOURS: Check and fill (as necessary) the cooling system with the
correct coolant. Remove trash from the radiator area.
Item 8. Fuel Filters on Engine
Install new fuel filters. (See Page 4-13)
NOTE: Change the filter after each year, even if there are Item 17. Engine Crankcase Oil and Filter
less than 500 hours on the engine. Drain the engine crankcase, install a new oil filter and
refill the crankcase. See item number 7 above.

Item 9. Air Intake Hoses


Check the clamps on the hoses which connect the air Item 18. Air Cleaner
cleaner and the engine. Clean the air cleaner housing and the dust unloader. Then
Tighten the hose clamps where necessary to keep dirt out install new primary and safety elements.
of the engine.
Inspect the hoses for cracks.

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Fuel System Service

Item 19. Engine Crankcase Vent Filter Removing Air from the Fuel System (T3 only)
Remove the filter cartridge. Replace with new element. Any time the fuel system has been opened up for service
(lines disconnected or filters removed), it may be
When installing the tube, be sure the o-ring fits correctly
necessary to bleed air from the system.
in the tappet cover.
1. Turn key on to engage electric fuel pump. Loosen the
air bleed vent screw (A) two full turns by hand on fuel
Fuel System Service filter base. (See Fig. 4-3)
Servicing the fuel system consists primarily of filter IMPORTANT
changes in accordance with the periodic service chart on
Prevent injury and fuel contamination. Do not crack any
pages 4-4 and 4-5, and the detailed periodic service
high pressure fuel lines to bleed the fuel system.
procedures starting on page 4-9.

CAUTION
Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the
skin causing serious injury. Relieve pressure before

Maintenance
disconnecting hydraulic lines or other fluid lines.
Tighten all connections before applying pressure.
Keep hands and body away from pinholes and
nozzles which eject fluids under high pressure. Use a
piece of cardboard to search for leaks.
If any fluid is injected into the skin, it must be
surgically removed immediately by a qualified
Fig. 4-3
physician, or gangrene may result.

2. Tighten bleed vent screw securely.


Drain water and dirt from the fuel filter at the fuel tank
daily or every 10 hours.
Install new engine fuel filters every 500 hours.
Following the recommended periodic service procedures
will extend the life of your engine.
Incorrect fuel storage can make the fuel system dirty.
Water or sediment found in the fuel filter daily is evidence
that the fuel storage tank may be dirty. Check your
storage tank, clean and flush as appropriate.
It is recommended that your John Deere™ servicing
dealer make any required changes to the fuel injection
pump, injection pump timing and injection nozzles. Any L
changes or adjustments made to these components not
authorized by John Deere™ may void your engine
warranty. Fig. 4-4
IMPORTANT
• Never clean the injection pump when it is warm. 3. Start engine and check for leaks.
• Do not pre-fill fuel filters! If engine will not start, repeat steps 1-4.
• Do not pressurize the fuel tanks. It will damage the
heigh pressure fuel pump!

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Fuels

Replace Fuel Filter Element correct alignment.


If equipped with water separator bowl (E), remove
filter element from separator bowl. Drain and clean
separator bowl. Dry with compressed air. Install bowl
onto new element. Tighten securely. (See Fig. 4-5)
6. Align keys on filter element with slots in filter base.
7. Install retaining ring onto mounting base making
certain dust seal is in place on filter base. Hand tighten
ring counterclockwise (about 1/3 turn) until it “snaps”
into the detent. DO NOT overtighten retaining ring.
NOTE: The proper installation is indicated when a
“click” is heard and a release of the retaining ring is
felt.
A plug is provided with the new element for plugging
the used element.
8. Bleed fuel system. See page 4-13 “REMOVING AIR
Maintenance

FROM THE FUEL SYSTEM”


Fig. 4-5 9. If applicable, connect water in fuel sensor connector.

LEGEND:
A - Retaining Ring
B - Final Fuel Filter
Fuels
C - Drain Plug DIESEL FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
D - Air Bleed Plug
John Deere™ compression ignition (diesel) engines are
E - Water Separator Bowl
designed to operate on #2 ULSD Diesel Fuel.
F - Primary Fuel Filter

NOTE: Refer to operator’s manual for proper servicing DIESEL FUEL SULFUR CONTENT
and (hourly) replacement intervals. Fuel quality and sulfur content must comply with
1. Thoroughly clean fuel filter/water bowl assembly and government regulations for the region in which the engine
surrounding area, if not previously done. operates. Use of diesel fuel with sulfur content less than
15 ppm is required.
2. Disconnect water-in-fuel sensor (if equipped)
Ultra-low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) Fuel with a sulfur
3. Loosen drain plugs (C) and drain into suitable content of 0.0015% (15 ppm) is require for use in ACC
container. (See Fig. 4-5) John Deere™ Final Tier 4 engines.
4. Firmly grasp the re taining ring (A) and rotate it
clockwise 1/4 turn (when viewed from top). Remove
retaining ring with filter element (B or F) and water DIESEL FUEL LUBRICITY
separator bowl (E) (if equipped). (See Fig. 4-5) Most diesel fuels, including low- and ultra low-sulfur
NOTE: Lifting up on retaining ring (A) as it is rotated fuels manufactured in North America and Western
helps to get it past raised locators. (See Fig. 4-5) Europe, have adequate lubricity to ensure proper engine
5. Inspect filter mounting base for cleanliness. Clean as operation and durability. However, some diesel fuel may
required. lack the necessary lubricity. Fuel lubricity should pass
NOTE: Raised locators on fuel filter canisters must a maximum scar diameter of 0.45 mm as measured by
be indexed properly with slots in mounting base for ASTM D6079 or ISO12156-1. If fuel of low or unknown
correct installation. lubricity is used, add John Deere™ PREMIUM DIESEL
FUEL CONDITIONER™ (or equivalent) at the specified
Install new filter elements onto mounting bases. Be concentration. Do not mix engine oil or any type of
sure elements are properly indexed and firmly seated lubricating oil with diesel fuel.
on bases. It may be necessary to rotate filters for

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Fuels

COLD WEATHER DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES LONG-TERM FUEL STORAGE


When outside temperatures drop below 32°F (0°C), To minimize condensation, keep tanks as full as practical.
use John Deere™ PREMIUM DIESEL FUEL Fuel tanks must be properly vented and sealed from
CONDITIONER™ (winter formula) or equivalent, at contamination. When fuel is stored for an extended period
the specified concentrations. Cloud Point to be below of time, add a fuel conditioner to stabilize the fuel and
the lowest expected ambient temperature or Cold Filter prevent water absorption.
Plug Point 5°C below the lowest expected ambient
Before storage, operate engine on at least one complete
temperature. DO NOT mix gasoline or ethanol based
tank of petroleum diesel fuel to purge the fuel system.
fuels with diesel fuel. Improper fuel additive usage may
Ensure that the fuel tank is full during storage to prevent
result in engine damage. When running with BIODIESEL
water build up due to condensation.
blends, wax formation can occur at warmer temperatures
than with straight petroleum diesel. Begin to use John
Deere™ approved fuel conditioners (check with your
BIODIESEL FUEL
local John Deere™ dealer) at 40°F (5°C) to treat biodiesel
fuels during the cold weather season. Below 32°F (0°C While up to 5% blends are preferred (B5), biodiesel
) John Deere™ requires the use of B5 or lower blends. concentrations up to a 20% blend (B20) in petroleum
Below 14°F (-10°C) John Deere™ requires the use of diesel fuel can be used in all John Deere™ engines.

Maintenance
winter blend diesel fuel. Biodiesel blends up to B20 can be used ONLY if the
biodiesel meets ASTM D6751 (US), EN 14214 (EU),
or equivalent specification. Expect a 2% reduction in
power and a 3% reduction in fuel economy when using
B20. John Deere™ approved fuel conditioners containing
IMPORTANT
detergent/dispersant additives (check with your local John
DO NOT USE BIODIESEL DURING MACHINE Deere™ dealer) are recommended when using lower
STORAGE. When using biodiesel blends, switch to biodiesel blends, but are required when using blends of
petroleum diesel for long-term storage. The allow- B20 or greater.
able storage interval will vary depending on biodiesel
concentration and the “produced on date.” For specific Tank blending is not an acceptable method for combining
recommendations, contact Application Engineering. biodiesel and petroleum Diesel fuel. Tank blending will

FUEL CAPABILITIES BY PRODUCT

PowerTech Plus Engines (4.5 L / 6.8 L / 9.0 L / 13.5 L)

DESCRIPTION TYPE COMMENTS


Diesel Fuels No. 2-D Recommended fuel for ambients above 40 °F (5 °C). Diesel must be
of type ULSD 15ppm sulfer maximum.
No. 1-D Recommended for ambients below 40 °F (5 °C). Power loss up to
4% can be expected due to lower viscosity and reduced lower fuel
heating value.
Bio-diesel B5 Preferred if ASTM D6751 or EN14214 are met. Small power loss
(0.5%).
B20 Can be used if ASTM D6751 or EN14214 are met. Power loss up
to 2% can be expected. John Deere™ approved fuel conditioners
containing detergent/dispersant additives are recommended.
B100 Can operate ONLY if EN14214 is met. Power loss up to 12% can
be expected. John Deere™ approved fuel conditioners containing
detergent/dispersant additives are REQUIRED.

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Cooling System Service

result in uneven concentrations of biodiesel fuel that Pump Drive - Service Procedures and
can result in engine durability, performance and storage Recommendations
problems.
1. Check the unit for operational warning tags.
When using biodiesel fuel, the engine oil level must be
checked daily. If oil becomes diluted with fuel, shorten oil 2. Stop the engine before checking or adding oil.
change intervals. Refer to Diesel Engine Oil and Filter 3. Clean around the oil fill opening before checking or
Service Intervals for more details regarding biodiesel and adding oil.
engine oil change intervals.
4. It is recommended that lubrication oil be changed
IMPORTANT after every 500 hours of service.
Raw pressed vegetable oils are NOT acceptable for use 5. The oil should be changed if it shows traces of
as fuel in any concentration in John Deere™ engines. dirt or effects of high temperature, evidenced by
Their use could cause engine failure. discoloration or strong odor.
6. Drain oil while the unit is still warm, examine it for
Cooling System Service contamination or metal particles.

The pressure radiator cap and thermostat work to keep the 7. Clean all magnetic drain plugs before replacing.
Maintenance

engine operating at the proper temperature. 8. Always use clean oil in clean containers.
A pressure valve in the radiator cap releases when the 9. Do not overfill. Overheating & malfunction of the
pressure is 15 PSI. The pressure cap offers boil protection unit is possible.
to 265 degree F.
10. Capacity is approximately 3.5 quarts. Use 75W-140
Keep the cooling system air tight. EP API-GL-5 gear oil or 80W-140 EP synthetic (150
Coolant level should be checked before the start of VG220). Check oil dipstick level.
operation each day. See page 4-8. 11. Maximum operating oil temperature is 225°F.

CAUTION
Spindle Bearing Inspection/Replacement -
Do not remove the radiator cap unless you can
comfortably hold your hand on the radiator Annually
tank. 1. Jack up the machine and place jack stands under the
frame.
2. Remove the wheel.
CLEANING THE COOLING SYSTEM
3. Remove the spindle end of the steering cylinder link.
This machine is shipped with John Deere™ Cool-Guard II
nitrate free antifreeze, and should be drained and replaced 4. Remove the wheel motor and wheel hub.
every 3 years or 3000 hours. 5. Remove the castle nuts that hold the spindle to the
To drain the cooling system completely: axle yoke.

1. Open the drain cock of the radiator. 6. Inspect both the upper and lower sets of roller bear-
ings. If O.K. pack bearings with grease and set aside
2. Open the drain plug of the cylinder block. until ready for installation. If the bearings are pitted,
3. Remove the drain plug of the engine oil cooler. scored, cracked, or other damage is evident, replace.

Flush the cooling system with a system cleaner with 7. If the outer races need to be replaced, punch them out
detergent. of the spindle and replace them.

Fill the cooling system with eight gallons of John Deere™ 8. Scrape any mud or dirt that has accumulated on the
Cool-Guard II 50/50 mix. bottom surfaces of the upper and lower axle yokes.
This is important because the bearing seals rub against
Check: Clean the radiator fins. these surfaces.
9. Install a bearing in the upper bearing cavity of both the

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Wheel Hub Oil Replacement

upper and the lower spindle arms. Raise the spindle Hydraulic system
into place so that the trunnion pins pass through the
bearings. Hold the spindle in place with a block or The hydraulic tanks will hold approximately 130 gallons
jack. Install a bearing in the lower bearing cavity of of Mobil DTE26 or Quaker State FCI 3000 68AW
both the upper and lower spindle arms. When doing hydraulic oil or equivalent. Check with the local lubricant
this, carefully pass the bearings over the trunnion pins dealer for equivalents. 140 gallons is the total capacity
until the bearings are in place. Replace the washers when all lines are filled. Located on the hydraulic tank
and spacers in the same order as they were removed. in the engine compartment is a hydraulic oil gauge, oil
Tighten the castle nuts until snug, then back them off should be visible between the high and low mark and
just enough to permit the cotter pin to pass through the never higher than 1” below the high mark to allow for
trunnion pin and castle nut. expansion of the oil.

10. Replace the wheel hub, use locktite on the nuts. NOTE: The oil level in the sight gauge is to be midway
Torque to 250 ft.-lbs. when the oil temperature is 130⋅ to 150⋅F.

11. Replace the wheel motor, be sure to use a new o-ring. CAUTION
12. Replace the steering cylinder link. Tighten the steer- When hydraulic oil temperature exceeds 180°F, shut
ing link bolt snug until the steering link clevis just the machine down and find the problem. Failure to

Maintenance
starts to close. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Apply do so could result in serious hyd system damage.
Locktite to the exposed threads on the bolt. Torque
the jam nut to a minimum of 250 ft.-lbs. Replace the
wheel. Torque the lug nuts to 250 ft.-lbs. NOTE: It is recommended that the hydraulic reservoir
13. Remove the jack stands and lower the machine. be drained annually. Refill the reservoir with the
same oil but pump the oil through 3 micron filters.
Any contamination in the hydraulic system can reduce
See Parts Manual for any required parts. efficiency. Guard against water contamination. Prior to
refilling, thoroughly inspect the suction strainer screen
and replace if necessary.
Wheel Hub Oil Replacement
The final drive hub oil must be changed after the first 50
hours of use, then at the beginning of each season. It must Hydraulic Oil Filter Service
be visually inspected for leaks on a daily basis. To check,
HYDROSTAT FILTER - Replace at 100 Hrs. &
locate plugs in hubs so they are at the nine o’clock or
Every 500 Hours Thereafter
three o’clock position. Oil is level with plug, use ISO VG
220 EP synthetic gear oil, change oil after every 500 hours The hydrostat oil filter is located just forward of the lower
of operation. hydraulic tank. The hydrostat oil filter vacuum gauge is
attached to the left hand side of the lower hydraulic tank
CAUTION and indicates the condition of the hydrostat oil filter.
It must register under 8 in. Hg when the hydraulic oil
Fill gearboxes to correct level only.
temperature reaches 120°F or higher. If the reading is
Never exceed 1/2 full.
higher, the filter needs servicing.

When servicing the hydrostat filter, the engine must be


shut down. Turn the ball valve, located between the
filter and the lower hydraulic tank, to the closed position.
Remove the old filter by turning it counterclockwise.
Clean the mounting surface and put a film of oil on the
sealing ring. Tighten the new filter until it touches the
mounting surface. Turn the filter 1/2 to 3/4 turns further.
Reopen the ball valve. Extreme care must be taken to
insure that the ball valve is OPEN or serious damage may
occur.

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Wheel Lug Nuts and Jam Nuts

RETURN FILTER - Replace at 100 Hrs. & Every Wheel Lug Nuts and Jam Nuts
500 Hours Thereafter
The return oil filter must be changed after the first WARNING
100 hours of operation. This filter is located in the left Immediately after raising the harvester, position a
side of the lower hydraulic tank. Just forward of this jack stand near the bottle jack. Serious injury or
filter are two gauges. One is the vacuum gauge, discussed death can occur if machine slips off bottlejack.
above, for the hydrostat filter. The second is a pressure
gauge for determining return pressure at the filter. When
running the harvester with the master switch “ON” 1. Use wheel dolley to lift tire off/into position on wheel
with cold hydraulic oil, the return filter may indicate an hub. Pay attention to the wheel rim offset and flip
“orange” or “red” condition. Do not change the filter according to the wheel spacing that is desired.
under this condition. Cold oil does not flow well through
2. Thread all lug nuts on by hand and then torque to:
the filter and will create much more pressure compared to
250 ft-lbs in a star pattern.
warm oil. If the gauge indicates “orange” or “red” after
the hydraulic oil reaches approximately 120°F, service the See Tire Changing Mandates (Page 4-21) for additional
return filter. The temperature of the oil can be determined safety instruction before performing a tire change.
by looking at the hydraulic temperature gauge at the
Maintenance

operator’s station.
If the return filter needs servicing, turn the master
hydraulic switch “OFF” and turn off the engine. Since
this filter is “in-tank” remove the four bolts holding
the filter head cap onto the lower hydraulic tank. The
filter head cap will come off. The filter element can be
removed and a new element installed.

PRESSURE FILTERS - Replace at 100 Hrs. &


Every 500 Hours Thereafter
The pressure filters are located in two locations: 1. To
the left of manifold #1 next to the upper oil reservoir, 2.
To the left of manifold #2 on the right side of the engine
compartment. When both filters need servicing, turn the
master hydraulic switch “OFF” and turn off the engine.
Close the ball valve located next to the filter. Remove the
element by turning the canister until it comes down. Use
a wrench on the hex shaped end of the canister to loosen
the canister. Replace the old element with a new one and
twist the canister back into the filter head. Be sure the
o-ring seats properly. Reopen the ball valve.

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General Specifications

General Specifications Engine Specifications


ENGINE: Final Tier 4
Final Tier 4 - John Deere™ 6068HFC08
225HP @ 2000RPM
MODEL NUMBER: 6068HFC08
DRIVE: Hydrostatic with 4 Drive Motors
and 3 Speed Ranges NO. OF CYLINDERS: 6

SPEED: 0 - 16 MPH Variable Forward & Reverse BORE: 4.19 Inches

STEERING: 4-Wheel Power Steering STROKE: 5.00 Inches

WHEEL BASE: 12’ 1” DISPLACEMENT: 415 Cubic Inches

TURNING RADIUS: 10’ 2” COMPRESSION RATIO: 17.2:1

WHEEL SPACING: 60/66 or 63”, or 60-80 adjustable RATED SPEED: 2400 RPM

Maintenance
OTHER TURNING CIRCLE RADIUS: 10’ 2” HORSEPOWER: 225, Heavy Duty

HEADER WIDTH: 60” PEAK TORQUE: 664 ft-lbs @ 1600 RPM

LENGTH: Approximately 37’ WEIGHT: 1698 lbs. (with oil)

WIDTH: 12’ Transport


14’ 10” Working Width Plus Elevator

HEIGHT: Approximately 11’

WEIGHT: Approximately 32,000 Lbs.

SEPARATION SYSTEM: Vibrating Shake

TIRES: 13 x 24 14 ply Radial, inflate to 75 psi

FLUID CAPACITIES:
Fuel: 100 Gallons Diesel
Hydraulic Oil (System Cap): 115 Gallons
Tractor Hydraulic Fluid, ISO AW 68/DTE26
Coolant: 8 Gallons Total
John Deere™ Cool-Guard II 50/50 Ratio Premix
Engine Crankcase: 30L (32 Quarts)
SAE 15-40 Motor Oil API CK-4 John Deere™ Plus 50 II

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
Alternator: 200 Amp
Electrical Supply: 13 to 14 Volts D.C.
Terminal Ground: Negative

PERSONNEL:
Driver: 1 Sorters: 14 Maximum

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Lockout / Tagout Procedures

Lockout / Tagout Procedures rear sort conveor on the engine rear frame (Fig. 4-6, Item
1). This switch will lockout the electrical system through
During servicing, cleaning or other maintenance opera- disconnecting of the grounds from the battery. A padlock
tions there is the potential for release of stored energy by or to minimally a nylon tie wrap should be used to secure
hazardous energy sources. The lockout/tagout procedures the switch in the lockout position.
should be utilized to guard against the unexpected ener-
gizing, start-up, or release of stored energy which could
cause injury.

DANGER
Lock out before servicing

Lockout/tagout means that any energy source, be it


electrical, hydraulic, mechanical or any other source that
may cause unexpected movement, must be disengaged or
blocked, and electrical sources must be de-energized and
locked in the off position.
Maintenance

Fig. 4-6
The lockout device shall be used unless the employer
can demonstrate that the utilization of a tagout system Lockout/Tagout procedures for repair, service, or
will provide full employee protection. The tagout device cleaning of machine:
shall be non-reusable, attached by hand, self-locking, and
non-releasing with a minimum unlocking strength of no 1. Survey the area of the equipment and consider ad-
less than 50 pounds and must be at least equivalent to an ditional hazards, e.g. slippery and muddy surfaces, hot
all-environment tolerant nylon cable tie. parts, etc.
Hazardous energy sources: 2. If the equipment is operating, shut it down by the
normal stopping procedures.
• Battery 3. Remove the key from the ignition and keep it in your
• Pneumatic possession.
• Residual 4. Place blocks in front and behind one of the tires.
• Mechanical 5. When working under the frame, use blocks between
the axle and frame to prevent hazardous tilt.
• Flammable liquid
6. Apply a padlock and warning tag to the lockout
• Gravity, hydraulic switch. Note: Apply group locking means and individ-
ual padlocks when more than one person is involved
Control type and location: in the service or repair activity.
• Emergency stop button 7. Ensure depressurization before working on hydraulic
or pneumatic lines and fittings.
• Ignition key switch at operator station
8. Apply warning tag (Do Not Start) near the controls.
• Lockout switch at rear of engine compartment
9. Test operate the ignition or control to verify that it is
• Deutsch connector on chopper aux pump effectively locked/blocked.
Emergency stop buttons are located on both sides and rear 10. Make certain that all movement has stopped com-
of the machine. The stop button will disengage all pletely before removing guards or covers. Wait until
hydraulic driven systems during operation only, not kill the chopper completely stops.
the engine. The ignition key switch located at the 11. Leave the lockout in place at the end of your shift if
operators station is used to stop all systems on the the job is not completed or if the repair task is tempo-
machine. The lockout switch is located just above the rarily suspended. The exception is when your lock is

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Tire Changing Mandates

substituted by that of a replacement worker. Tire Changing Mandates


Servicing when machine movement is necessary Before changing a tire ensure the harvester is on a flat
(including cleaning, adjusting, and test run) level surface. If the vehicle is on an uneven surface, tow
or move the vehicle to a level surface. Use the lock out
procedure as outlined in the previous section. Use the
CAUTION following tools and equipment to properly change a tire or
Use extreme care when machine movement is call a trained professional with proper equipment:
ncessary while servicing. • Jack Stand
• 20 Ton Hydraulic Jack
1. The use of tools (sticks, brushes, air hoses, etc.) is
encouraged when reaching near moving machinery. • Wheel Dolley
2. Test run only when other persons are clear of any
moveable machinery danger zone.
Tire Changing Precautions and Warnings
Restoring to Normal Production Operations Inspect entire machine and lock out (see previous section)
the machine before changing a tire. Chock all wheels to

Maintenance
1. After the service or repair is complete and the equip- prevent roll. Wear a bump cap and safety glasses.
ment is ready for normal operation, check the area
to ensure that no one is exposed to the movement of • Prevent axle tilt by inserting blocks between the frame
restart and that all tools and parts are clear. and the axle.

2. Before removing the lockout device, all guards and • Place the bottle jack as show in Fig. 4-7.
machinery covers must be in place. • Warning! Immediately after raising the harvester
3. Remove the padlock or other lockout devices when position a jack stand near the bottle jack supporting a
the task is completed to avoid delay and confusion. major frame member.

4. Warn affected employees of the restart. • Safely remove the old tire and install a new tire using
5. a wheel dolley.

Fig. 4-7

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Machine Cleaning

Machine Cleaning
This guide highlights key areas of the WSE Johnson
Tomato Harvesting machine that are required to be
cleaned to ensure proper working order. Cleaning must be
performed frequently to prevent premature wear of critical
moving components located throughout the machine.
Failure to do so can result in unplanned extra costs and
downtime for the machine.
Maintenance

WARNING
Turn off the engine and lockout power before
cleaning. Be aware of all personnel participating
before resuming or serious injoury can occur.

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Cleaning Locations
Fig. 4-8 and Fig. 4-9 that follow highlight key areas of
the interior and exterior of the machine with numbered
balloons. Explainations of each area can be found in the
pages that follow.

13 3 14 15 5
Machine Cleaning

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12 1 2 4 16 17

Fig. 4-8 Johnson middle cross section view

4-23
Maintenance
Machine Cleaning

11
Maintenance

10

Fig. 4-9 Johnson side sort cross section view


9
8
7

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IMPORTANT 3. Vine Feed


Increase the cleaning frequencies listed as necessary The vine feed rollers (Fig. 4-8, Item 3) between the
when field conditions are muddy. upper header and entrance to the shaker can accumu-
late large mounds of dirt. Dirt clumps can increase
1. Header Roller wear on the rollers and eventually break off and
The header roller (Fig. 4-8, Item 1) is located at the front travel through the machine.
of the MOT conveyor and underneath the header belt. Clean every 6 hours
This area can become wrapped with vine and packed with
dirt.
Clean every 6 hours

Maintenance
4. Axles
Debris can build up and get caught in the axle uprights
2. MOT Roller & Scraper (Fig. 4-8, Item 4). Long exposure to corrosive materials
can rust out pins and joints causing the axle to become
The scrapers (Fig. 4-8, Item 2) below the MOT belts can very difficult or impossible to service.
build up with dirt, reducing their effectiveness and cause Clean every 6 hours
damage to the belts. Replaced belt if it is severly worn.
Clean every 6 hours

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Machine Cleaning

5. Cooler Screen 7. Fruit Cross


The cooler screen (Fig. 4-8, Item 5) on the right side of The fruit chain (Fig. 4-9, Item 7) can build up with dirt at
the engine bay can become covered with loose debris the transition edges with the side transfers. Vine can also
and block airflow to the radiator. A reduced airflow can wrap around the sprockets and shafts, increasing the wear
have a significant impact on oil temperatures for the entire on the belts.
machine. Clean every 6 hours
Clean every 6 hours
Maintenance

8. Suction Fan & Exhaust Pipe

6. Dirtsort & Dirt Chute WARNING


Insure the rotor has COMPLETELY STOPPED
The dirtsort power dams (Fig. 4-9, Item 6) can become before opening the the suction fan door.
coated in dirt, increasing their size and preventing good
fruit from making it back in to the machine. Adjust the
Dirt and vine can build up between the suction fan ro-
power dam scraper and replace if required. Remove any
tor (Fig. 4-9, Item 8), the door, and the housing interior
vine and dirt that builds up on the dirt chute.
increasing the friction on the rotor. Uneven wear on the
Clean every 6 hours
rotor can cause it become unbalanced and destroy itself in
a catastrofic manner. Remove any debris that has built up
in corners or gaps around the rotor and housing interior.
Clean every 6 hours

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9. Colorsort 11. Rear Cross and Side Sorts


Extra dirt on the colorsort belt (Fig. 4-9, Item 9) can The sides and transitions of the rearsort conveyors
cause a build up of debris between the blower fan outlet (Fig. 4-9, Item 11) can become covered in dirt, caus-
and belt. The increased friction can lead to belt breakage. ing additional wear to the belt. The dirt also reduces
Remove any built up dirt from the underside scraper and the surface area of the belt and can cause interuptions
adjust as needed.
in the fruit flow between the belts. This can cause to-
Clean every 6 hours
matoes to stack on each other reducing the accuracy
of sorting.
Clean every 6 hours

Maintenance
10. Colorsort Sorter Bar
Extra dirt on the colorsort bar (Fig. 4-9, Item 10) can
block the exit for the colorsort rejects . The more dirt on
the bar, the more likely green fruit and rocks will be pres- 12. Sickle or Rod Weeder Bar
ent in the load.
The sickle knife (Fig. 4-8, Item 12) OR rod weeder bar at
Clean every 6 hours
the leading edge of the header may become clogged with
vine and debris. Scrape off all the blades and remove any
obstructions. Remove any vine and dirt that has wrapped
around the end shoes. Replace blades if badly worn.
Clean every day

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Machine Cleaning

13. Upper Header 15. Recovery


The upper header belt (Fig. 4-8, Item 13) is the transition
between the header belt and entrance to the shaker. The
WARNING
sprockets and shafts of this belt can become wrapped in Lock out power before entering the underside of the
vine and compact dirt against the side panels. Replace any machine.
worn rollers.
Clean every day The recovery (Fig. 4-8, Item 15) belt shafts and sprockets
can became tangled with vine and packed with dirt. Trash
can also catch and mound on the sides of the exposed
frame structure. Remove vine and dirt. Also replace any
excessively worn rollers and sprockets.
Clean every day
Maintenance

14. Shaker Drum


The shaker drum (Fig. 4-8, Item 14) will often build up
with dirt between the edges of the drum and side panels.
Remove this dirt to prevent excessive wear to the drum
and side panels.
Clean every day

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16. Chopper 18. Control Console (not labeled)


Dirt and debris can collect in the control consolecabinet.
WARNING Use a brush or vacuum to remove debris. Ensure a wire
Lock out power and insure the rotor has connections are intacked after cleaning.
COMPLETELY STOPPED before entering the Clean every week
underside of the machine.

Trash can get caught in between the chopper (Fig. 4-8,


Item 16) rotor end plates and the side guard plates. The
more compact the trash becomes, the higher the wear on
the end plates and shaft increases. Uneven wear on the
rotor can cause it become unbalanced and destroy itself in
a short amount of time.
Clean every day

Maintenance
17. Elevator
Rollers on the elevator (Fig. 4-8, Item 17) can become
coated in dirt and seize the bearing. Seized rollers can
lead to increased wear on the belt and eventual breakage.
Replace any broken or worn rollers.
Clean every day

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Maintenance

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Control Levers

Adjustments
For information on adjustments to the Electrical Cutting Device
System see Section 8, page 8-2.
The speed of the cutting device is adjustable with a flow
control valve located just behind the pedestal marked
Control Levers “Cutting Device”. For mechanical adjustments, see Sec-
The hydrostat is the only lever that is adjustable. At the tion 7.
end of the control cable there is a yoke with a locknut.
Loosen the locknut, remove the pin in the yoke, and turn Header Assist
the yoke in or out to the proper position. Replace the pin The valve (Fig. 5-1, Item 1) must be set to match the
and tighten the locknut. This cable is permanently lubri- speed of the header with the assist chain. As the header
cated at the factory. belt speed is adjusted at the operator’s console, the speed
ratio defined by the control valve on the header assist
Gauge Wheels motor will maintain the appropriate speed.
The gauge wheel height is adjustable with the lever on the
control console marked “Gauge Wheels.” For different row
spacings, the gauge wheels are also adjustable from 60” to
80”. To change the spacing, simply loosen the four nuts
that hold the pivot bracket in place. Pull the bolts out and
move the pivot bracket to the desired setting. Replace the

Adjustments
bolts and nuts and tighten. Reverse the LH and RH gauge
wheels for wide spacing.

Main Header
The lower header has three adjustments. First, the entire
header is adjustable up and down to correspond with the
depth of cut and the gauge wheel setting. This is ac-
complished with the lever on the control console marked Fig. 5-1
“Header.” The header float mode is selected by locking the
header control handle in the down position. In float, the
header depth is controlled with the gauge wheel lever. Adjustments to the header assist to let a larger amount of
vines in can be made on the bracket located near the front
Second, there is a small adjustment at the bottom of the of the header assist (Fig. 5-2, Item 3). To apply/remove
header chain where the nose rollers and cutting system tension to the header assist chain, adjust the bracket on the
work together to eliminate excessive amounts of dirt and very front of the header assist frame (Fig. 5-2, Item 2).
minimize fruit loss. The forward most flange rollers can
be adjusted up or down by loosening the nuts that fastens
the roller to the outside of the header side panel. Move
the rollers to the desired level depending on field condi-
tions, then retighten the nuts.

Third, the header chain speed is adjustable with a flow


control valve located just behind the pedestal marked
“Header/Vine Assist.” The ideal speed is to match
throughput to ground speed, but conditions may require a
faster or slower setting.

Fig. 5-2

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Upper Header

Upper Header roller speed will also change.


The upper header has two adjustments which are designed The vine rods are adjustable up, down and side to side.
to eliminate dirt. The first is the dirt gap, which is the open- These adjustments are set at the factory and require no
ing between the main header chain and the upper header further adjustments provided the tines clear the vine rods
chain. This opening depends upon the amount of dirt and from side to side and the tips of the tines are just below
the size of fruit being harvested. The dirt gap is adjusted the top of the vine rods.
by moving the dirt gap adjuster lever forward or back. In
order to move the lever, the spring loaded locking handle The vine strippers are designed to prevent vine from
must be pulled out by pulling and twisting at the same time. wrapping around the shaker drum. They are adjustable
Once the locking handle is twisted 90 degrees, the lever up, down and side to side. The vine strippers should be
is free to move forward or back to the desired position. adjusted so that the tines do not contact the strippers when
To lock the lever into the new position, twist the locking the brush is rotating.
handle to its original position (vertical).
The shaker has three adjustments: the shake, the rotation,
The second adjustment is the transition from the main and the timing. It also has an on-off switch on the pedes-
header to the upper header which will also assist in dirt tal. This switch turns the shaker system on and off.
elimination when properly set. The position at the front of
the upper header chain can be varied in, out, up or down. The rate of shake (measured in gallons per minute) is
To make this adjustment, loosen the nuts on the adjust- adjusted by the flow control valve for the shaker circuit
ment bracket and change the flanged idler to the desired located in the primary pump circuit mounting plate. This
location and retighten the nuts. The idler roller is also mounting plate is located just to the right of the upper hy-
adjustable in the center of the chain for additional adjust-
Adjustments

draulic oil reservoir, behind the tunnel curtain. The shake


ment. rate may be set by the flow control valve labeled “Shaker”
on the primary pump circuit mounting plate. The flow is
The upper header chain speed is hydraulically linked to measured with the flowmeter located directly below the
the header chain speed. Therefore, when the main header shaker flow control valve. To adjust the shake rate, push
speed is adjusted, the upper header speed will also change. in the lock ring on the flow control valve and turn the
knob to increase or decrease the flow to the desired rate.
Electronic Sort Dirt Belt Conveyors Do not exceed 14 GPM.
The electronic dirt belt can be adjusted in two ways. First
is the belt tension. The belt can be tensioned by turning Rotation may be set by the flow control valve labeled
the idler roller slack adjuster nuts at the center of the front “Shaker Rotation” located just behind the pedestal. A
and rear side rails. Adjust the idler while the belt is run- good starting point is between 10 and 11 rotations per
ning. Use caution while making this adjustment. The ten- minute. The way to check rotation is to mark the coupler
sion should be just tight enough to prevent slippage when on the rotation motor and count the number of revolutions
loaded. Overtightening will shorten the belt life. Turn per minute.
the tensioning nuts until the desired tension is reached and
retighten the lock nuts. Counterweight timing is critical for smooth operation of
the shaker. This timing is set at the factory, but should be
Second, the electronic dirt belt speed is adjustable with a reset whenever the weight bearings are replaced or if the
flow control valve located just behind the pedestal marked shaker does not run smoothly.
“Dirt/Cross Conv.”
Follow these steps for counterweight timing:

3 Weight Shaker 1. Make sure the engine is “OFF.”


The Shaker Assembly is divided into four categories. 2. Turn one of the three weights to the vertical position.
These categories are: the vine feed roller, vine rods, vine
stripper bars, and the shaker. 3. Move the weight to the “down” position (rounded side
down).
The vine feed roller is driven by a hydraulic motor which 4. Ensure belt tension is correct (1/4” deflection at 20 lbs
is hydraulically linked to the header chain motor. There- pressure).
fore, when the header speed is adjusted, the vine feed

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Vine Removal System

5. Loosen the clamping bolts on the weight shaft. The top flow control valve adjusts the speed of the front
vine chain. Since the fruit chain is hydraulically linked
6. Loosen the jam nut on the timing set screw and turn
with the front vine chain, the fruit chain speed will change
the screw into the weight. If the screw does not enter
as the front vine chain speed is adjusted.
the hole provided in the weight, move the weight so
that the hole in the weight lines up with the screw.
The bottom flow control valve adjusts the speed of the
7. With the timing screw in the weight, tighten and lower vine chain and, because they are hydraulically
torque the weight shaft clamping bolts to 120 foot-lbs. linked, the top vine belt.
8. Back off the timing set screw so it clears the weight
and lock it into place with the jam nut. Either flow control valve can be adjusted at any time for
the most effective recovery.
9. Rotate weight cage 120º and repeat the procedure for
the other two weights.
Chopper
10. Watch for movement of the weight when the set screw
The size of the chopped vine can be changed by adjust-
is removed. If there is some movement, repeat steps 5
ing the Chopper backing plate or by regulating the speed
through 7.
of the Chopper. For larger pieces move the backing plate
back to open the gap between the chopper blades and
There are three belts on the shaker. The main sprocket
the plate, or/and slow down the speed of the chopper by
drive belt is powered by the shake motor. The weight
adjusting the flow control valve at the auxiliary pump in
drive belt goes from the main sprocket to one of the
the engine compartment. Standard factory setting is 1200
weights. The weight timing belt connects the three
rpm. Never exceed 1800 chopper rpm to prevent chopper
weights together.
rotor damage and greatly reduced blade life.

Adjustments
To adjust the shake motor drive belt tension, loosen the
two bolts that hold the motor bracket in place. Then loos- Side Transfer and Color Sort Conveyors
en the locknut on the adjustment bolt and turn the adjust- The speed of the side transfer chains is adjusted by the
ment bolt clockwise to increase tension. The belt should flow control valve located just above the right side rear
be set for 1/4” deflection at 20 lbs. pressure. Retighten the side sort belt. There are a total of four flow control valves
locknut and motor bracket bolts. The motor bracket may at this location. The flow control valve for the side trans-
also be adjusted in and out to change the alignment of the fer chains is the most forward valve labeled “Flow Con-
belt from the motor sprocket to the main sprocket. The trol/Side Transfer.” Follow the decal instructions to adjust
belt must be aligned as straight as possible. the speed of the side transfer chain. The factory setting is
135 RPM on the drive shaft. It is not recommended to run
To adjust the weight drive belt tension, loosen the two the side transfer faster than the factory setting. Excessive
hold down bolts and the one pivot bolt on the idler sprock- wear will occur on the side transfer chain and/or its drive
et plate. Then loosen the locknut on the adjuster bolt. sprockets.
Turn the adjuster bolt clockwise to increase tension. The
belt should be set for 1/4” deflection at 20 lbs. pressure. The speed of the color sort belts is adjusted by the flow
Retighten the locknut on the adjusting bolt, the pivot bolt control valve located just to the left of the side transfer
and the two hold down bolts. flow control valve labeled “Flow Control/Color Sort.”
This speed control is hydraulically linked to the speed
To adjust the weight timing belt tension, follow the in- of the side transfer. Therefore, the color sort belt flow
structions above for the weight drive belt. control must be adjusted after the side transfer chain speed
is set. Follow the decal instructions to adjust the speed of
Vine Removal System the color sort belts. The factory belt speed setting is 190
feet per minute.
The vine removal system has two independent belted
chain speed adjustments. These speeds can be modified
Color Sort belt tension is adjusted with the idler roller
by adjusting two flow control valves which are located on
slack adjusters. The drive roller adjustment is only for
the right side of the primary pump circuit mounting plate
squareness to the conveyor frame. Adjust the idler roller
in the engine compartment. Follow the decal instructions
while the belt is running. Use caution while making this
to adjust these two flow control valves.
adjustment. Tension should be just tight enough to pre-

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vent slippage when loaded. Overtightening will shorten is only for squareness to the conveyor frame. Adjust the
belt life. idler roller while the belt is running. Use caution while
making this adjustment. The belt should track evenly
Belt scrapers located under the color sort belts are adjust- at the center of the rollers. Tension should be just tight
able up and down for elimination of mud and debris. To enough to facilitate proper tracking without slippage when
adjust, loosen the four nuts that secure the UHMW scraper loaded. Overtightening may shorten belt life.
in place, adjust to the desired position and retighten the
nuts. Rear Sort Conveyor
The rear sort can be adjusted in two ways. First, the belt
Suction Fans speed is adjustable with the flow control valve located just
There are two adjustments for the suction fans. The first above the right side rear side sort belt. There are a total of
is fan speed. Before making speed adjustments, ensure four flow control valves at this location. The flow con-
that the fan housing doors are closed. The speed of the trol valve for the rear sort belt is the third from the most
right and left suction fans are independently adjusted by forward valve. This flow control valve is also used to
the flow control valves mounted to the primary pump adjust the elevator speed and is labeled as the “Elevator”
circuit mounting plate in the engine compartment. The flow control on the decal. Follow the decal instructions to
flow controls are labeled “LHS Suction Fan” and “RHS adjust this valve. The factory setting is 140 feet per min-
Suction Fan.” Follow the decal instructions to adjust ute, but will need to be adjusted for varying conditions.
these flow control valves. Factory setting is 1750 RPM Because the elevator belted chain is hydraulically linked
measured with a photo tachometer on the top of the fan to the rear sort conveyor, the elevator speed will change
impeller, but conditions may require a different setting. when the rear sort belt speed is changed.
The hydraulic oil must be at least 120ºF before this adjust-
Adjustments

ment is made. Second, the belt tension and tracking are adjustable with
the idler roller slack adjusters. The drive roller adjust-
The second adjustment is a baffle located on the back side ment is only for squareness to the conveyor frame. Adjust
of the fan inlet base just above the color sort belt. This the idler roller while the belt is running. The idler roller is
baffle can be adjusted up and down and is designed to al- located on the left end of the conveyor. Use caution while
low minimum air gap between the color sort belt and the making this adjustment. The belt should track evenly
bottom of the baffle to optimize the suction efficiency of at the center of the rollers. Tension should be just tight
the fan. enough to facilitate proper tracking without slippage when
loaded. Overtightening may shorten belt life.
Rear Side Sort Conveyors
Unloading Elevator
The rear side sort can be adjusted in two ways. First, the
belt speed is adjustable with the flow control valve located The elevator has four adjustments. The first is belted
just above the right side rear side sort belt. There are a chain speed which is set with the same flow control valve
total of four flow control valves at this location. The flow as the rear sort conveyor as explained earlier. Because
control valve for the rear side sort belt is the most rear- the rear sort conveyor and the elevator chain speeds are
ward of the four labeled “Flow Control/Rear Side Sort.” hydraulically linked, adjusting this flow control valve will
Follow the decal instructions to adjust this valve. The effect both.
factory setting is 100 feet per minute, but conditions may
require a different setting. The second is the height of the main elevator frame.
The lever on the five bank valve at the pedestal labeled
Because the elevator belted chain and the rear sort con- “Elevator” raises and lowers the entire elevator for setting
veyor are hydraulically linked to the rear side sort convey- the basic elevator height or distance away from the bulk
ors, the rear side sort speed will change when the elevator/ trailer.
rear sort speed is changed. Adjustments should be made
to the elevator/rear sort conveyors prior to making adjust- Third is the height of elevator extension (upper elevator
ments on the rear side sort conveyors. frame). The lever on the five bank valve at the pedestal
labeled “Elevator Extension” raises and lowers the exten-
Second, the belt tension and tracking are adjustable with sion for a precise delivery of the fruit into the bulk trailer.
the idler roller slack adjusters. The drive roller adjustment

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A fourth adjustment can be made at the end of the elevator 7. Reassemble the bolt and nut that connects the steering
(dog leg) to set the angle of pitch to the bulk trailer. This linkage to its rod end.
is a mechanical adjustment made by loosening the two
8. Tighten the jam nut that locks the rod end to the cyl-
hold down nuts, moving the dog leg to the desired pitch
inder rod.
and retightening the nuts.
9. Restart engine and tilt the harvester to remove the
frame stand.
Front and Rear Wheel Alignment
Proper wheel alignment will assure longer tire life, easier Pumps
steering and proper tracking. It is important to check
sheel alignment periodically. There are two pressure settings for each pump. The ad-
justment screws for these pressure settings are located on
The steering cylinder also acts as a tie rod. The cylinder the compensator of each pump. Each adjustment screw
rod has female threads to accept two rod ends which have contains a hex cap and a jam nut. Pump #1 is the pump
male threads and which screw into the end of the cylinder attached to the Pump drive. Pump #2 is the pump attached
rod. Each rod end has a hole in it to accept the steering to the back end of pump #1. If a new pump is being
linkages. These linkages connect the steering cylinder to installed, the pump pressure settings must be set before
the wheel spindles. running the harvester.

To check toe in: NOTE:


IF INSTALLING A NEW PUMP, THE CASE OF THE
Align the wheels such that the harvester is traveling in the PUMP MUST BE FILLED WITH HYDRAULIC OIL
straight ahead direction. Measure from center to center of BEFORE RUNNING THE ENGINE. SEVERE PUMP

Adjustments
the tires at the most forward and the most rearward posi- DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF THIS IS NOT DONE.
tion of the tires. The front measurement should be 1/16"
to a maximum of 1/4” shorter than the rear measurement. The case of the pump can be filled with oil by removing
the hose that connects the side of the pump to the bottom
To adjust toe in: of the upper hydraulic tank, at the upper tank fitting, and
pouring oil in the hose. Because the upper tank is filled
1. Align the wheels such that the harvester is traveling in with oil, it may seem like the pump case will be automati-
the straight ahead direction. cally filled; however, there is air trapped in the pump case
and it must be purged before running the engine.
2. Only one wheel will need to be adjusted. Using the
tilt system and a heavy steel frame stand, raise the Adjust pump #1 first as follows:
wheel to be adjusted such that it does not contact the
ground. Use caution to ensure the frame stand is po- 1. There are two setscrews that must be adjusted for
sitioned securely and the raised harvester is stable. It each pump. With the engine “OFF”, unscrew the
does not matter which wheel is to be adjusted. two setscrew caps. Be careful not to lose the sealing
3. Shut “OFF” the engine. washers. They have o-rings on them to prevent oil
leakage.
4. Remove the bolt and nut that connects the steering
linkage of the raised wheel to its rod end. 2. Loosen the jam nuts that tighten the two setscrews.
5. Loosen the large jam nut that locks the rod end to 3. The top setscrew is the adjustment screw furthest
the cylinder rod. Turn the rod end 1/2 turn either from the pump. This setscrew adjusts the low pres-
in or out, depending on the direction of toe needed. sure standby setting. Turn this setscrew in, clockwise,
Because the rod end can only be turned in 1/2 incre- until it bottoms.
ments, loosely reassemble the steering linkage back 4. With the engine “OFF,” use CTM pressure gauge
together with the rod end and measure the toe in. assembly tool, #5769510, to check the pressure of the
6. Again, measure from center to center of the tires in circuit, by connecting the gauge to the quick con-
the most forward and the most rearward position of nect fitting located on the primary hydraulic manifold
the tires. If the front of the wheels do not measure mounting plate. See the decal for the exact location
between 1/16” and 1/4” less than the measurement of of the fitting. Use a 6000 PSI gauge on the assembly
the rear of the wheels, repeat step 5 until it does. tool.

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5. With the engine “OFF,” close the high pressure ball NOTE:
valve located between the upper oil reservoir and the IT IS IMPERATIVE WHEN CHANGINEG
primary hydraulic manifold. HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS, INCLUDING FILTER
NOTE: CLOSING THIS VALVE WILL NOT DAM- ELEMENTS, TO AVOID LETTING DIRT OR OTHER
AGE ANY HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS ON THE CONTAMINATES INTO THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM.
HARVESTER. CONTAMINATION IS THE MAIN REASON FOR
HYDRAULIC COMPONENT FAILURE.
6. The bottom setscrew is the adjustment screw clos-
est to the pump. With the engine still “OFF,” turn
Air Compressor Governor
this setscrew out, counter clockwise, until the screw
almost comes out of the compensator. It will not hurt The air compressor will compress air to 120 PSI. This
anything if the screw does come out. Just do not lose pressure is pre-set at the factory. The governor, located
the setscrew or the sealing washer on the forward end of the air compressor, determines
this pressure. If the pressure in the compressed air tank
7. To set the maximum pump working pressure, art the
is not between 110 and 120 PSI, the governor should
engine and let it idle. While looking at the pressure
be adjusted. Check only after the harvester has had an
gauge, screw the bottom setscrew in, clockwise,
opportunity to build up pressure.
until the pressure comes up to 3100 PSI. Note that
during this adjustment, a small amount of hydraulic
1. Attach an air pressure gauge, rated for a minimum of
oil is expected to leak out around the jam nut of the
120 PSI, to the air release valve located directly in
setscrew. Also, when the setscrew is in the proper
front of the rear catwalk grating on the right side of
adjustment range, one turn will change the pressure
the harvester. This valve is normally used to remove
by 725 PSI.
condensation from the air tank.
Adjustments

8. Tighten the jam nut while holding the setscrew in


2. To adjust the governor, remove the cap by unscrewing
place. Recheck the gauge to ensure the pump is set to
it counter clockwise until it comes off. Note: The cap
3100 PSI.
is plastic and has four ribs so you can grip and turn
9. To set the pump standby pressure: While the engine is the cap by hand for removal.
running, turn the top setscrew out, counterclockwise,
3. Loosen the jam nut located on the adjustment
until the pressure on the gauge reads 275 PSI. Due
setscrew.
to the inaccuracy of the 6000 PSI gauge at this low
pressure, use a 600 PSI gauge, CTM # 5769508, to 4. Using a standard screwdriver, adjust the setscrew up
fine tune the low pressure standby setting of 275 PSI. or down to achieve the 120 PSI setting as indicated
It is important to adjust the pressure to within 10 PSI on the gauge installed at the tank. The pressure will
of the 275 PSI desired setting. Tighten the jam nut increase when unscrewing the setscrew and decrease
while holding the setscrew in place. when turning in the setscrew.
10. Shut “OFF” the engine. 5. Tighten the jam nut and replace the plastic cap after
setting the pressure.
11. Open the high pressure ball valve.
12. Install both setscrew caps. Make sure the washers
seal correctly on the compensator.

Adjust pump #2 next as follows:

• Perform steps 1-12 above to set the pressures on


pump #2 with he following exception:
• On step 5, the high pressure ball valve is located just
upstream of manifold #2, next to the pressure filter
cannister.

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Ground Drive

Troubleshooting
For information on troubleshooting the Electrical 3. LACK OF HEADLAND SPEED
System see Section 8, pages 8-10 through 8-11.
If the machine does not shift into headland speed when
Ground Drive the speed switch is moved to the center position, check
and confirm that both solenoids are not magnetized. Both
1. LACK OF MOVEMENT IN EITHER solenoids should not be magnetized for headland speed.
DIRECTION OR BOTH
The pressure cartridge located next to the two solenoids
Connect the test gauge assembly, CTM #5769508, 600 can be adjusted to set the headland speed desired. This
PSI gauge, to the test port located on top of the hydrostat. valve is a reducing-relieving valve which controls the
The engine should be “OFF” when connecting the proportional pressure to the wheel motors for control of
gauge assembly. If the minimum pressure of 300 PSI is motor displacement. If the vehicle responds as if in road
maintained when the hydrostat is stroked forward but speed, turn the adjustment screw in to reduce the speed. If
the machine does not move, replace the high pressure the headland speed is the same as harvest speed, turn the
relief cartridge on the hydrostat for forward drive. If the adjustment screw out for more speed.
machine does not move when the hydrostat is stroked in
reverse, replace the high pressure relief cartridge on the 4. LACK OF ROAD SPEED
hydrostat for reverse drive. If a minimum of 300 PSI
is not maintained when the hydrostat is stroked the low If the machine does not shift into Road speed when the
pressure relief cartridge, charge pump, or wheel motor Speed Switch is up, check and confirm that the right hand
may be defective. Begin by replacing the pressure relief lower-positioned electric coil on the shifting manifold
cartridge in the charge pump. If 300 PSI is still not is magnetized. The shifting manifold is located on the
maintained when the hydrostat is stroked, replace the low main frame above the rear axle pivot, the coils pointed
pressure relief cartridge in the ground drive manifold. away from you when standing in the middle of the

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machine looking towards the rear. If the coil does not
If the machine will not move in either forward or reverse magnetize, check for voltage at the terminals of the Speed
when the hydrostat is stroked in either direction, replace Switch while the switch is pushed up. There should be
the hot oil shuttle cartridge in the ground drive manifold. a minimum of 12 VDC between the “hot” wire or source
If the symptoms remain, replace both high pressure relief and a ground. The ground can be either a ground wire,
valves in the hydrostat. usually black, or the chassis/frame of the machine. If there
is no voltage at only one of the terminals, the switch is
2. LACK OF HARVEST SPEED bad and should be replaced. If there is no voltage at both
terminals, check the circuit breaker for that circuit.
If the machine does not shift into harvest speed when the
Speed Switch is down, check and confirm that the left 5. LACK OF BOTH HEADLAND AND ROAD
hand electric coil on the shifting manifold is magnetized. SPEED
The shifting manifold is located on the main frame above
the rear axle pivot, the coils pointed away from you when
The T1, T2, and T3 shift orfices in the wheel motor
standing in the middle of the machine looking towards
may be plugged. Check and clean out the wheel motor
the rear. If the coil does not magnetize, check for voltage
shift orifices as necessary. Replacement orifices can be
at the terminals of the Speed Switch while the switch is
ordered, CTM #373010.
down. There should be a minimum of 12 VDC between
the “hot” wire or source and a ground. The ground can
be either a ground wire, usually black, or the chassis/
frame of the machine. If there is no voltage at only one of
the terminals, the switch is bad and should be replaced.
If there is no voltage at both terminals, check the circuit
breaker for that circuit.

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Cutting Apparatus

Control Orifices (Danfoss Series 51 only)


Orifices are installed in the motor end cap to regulate
oil flow to the servo control valve and the servo piston.
To gain access to these orifice plugs, remove the
three (3) plugs located on the motor end cap nearest
the multi-function block or control, using a 7⁄16" or
9⁄16" hex wrench. Remove the orifice plugs (plain
plugs for N2 control) with a 3 mm internal hex wrench.
Fig. 50-145 - Servo Pressure
Install the orifice plugs, and torque to 4 Nm (35
Supply Orifice (T1)
in•lbsf). Torque the 5⁄16" outer plugs to 9 Nm (7
ft•lbsf), and the 9⁄16" outer plug to 37 Nm (27 ft•lbsf).
Orifices are also installed in the servo control valve
sleeve to control oil flow from the servo piston to the
motor case.

Plug / Fitting Torques


If any plugs or fittings are removed from the unit
Fig. 50-146 - Servo Orifice
during servicing, they should be torqued as indicated
for Maximum Displacement (T2)
in the accompanying table.

Item Torque
Pressure Gauge Ports 37 Nm
(9/16—18 O-Ring Hex) (27 ft•lbsf)
Construction Plugs 20 Nm
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(9/16—18 O-Ring Int. Hex) (15 ft•lbsf)


Construction Plugs 9 Nm
(5/16—24 O-Ring) (7 ft•lbsf)
Screw Plugs 4 Nm Fig. 50-147 - Servo Orifice
(M6 Int. Hex) (35 in•lbsf) for Minimum Displacement (T3)

Cutting Apparatus “ON” the master and header switches. If the gauge
reads approximately 2700 PSI there is a jam and the
1. In order to engage the cutting apparatus, the master circuit is trying to work.
switch and the header switch must both be switched
“ON” for oil to flow through the circuit. 3. If the cutting apparatus does not run after both
switches are “ON” and there is no physical jam,
2. If the cutting apparatus does not run after both check for magnetization of the electric coil for the
switches and the flow control are “ON”, check the cutting apparatus. This coil is located at the forward
cutter for a physical jam such as a small rock or piece end of the pedestal hydraulic manifold (manifold #3).
of steel. Turn the cutting apparatus “OFF” before If there is magnetization, proceed to the next step. If
trying to remove the obstruction. there is no magnetization, check to ensure the master
switch and header switch are functioning properly.
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly Replace if necessary. If the switches are functioning
and that there is a physical jam is to check the properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the coil,
gauge. With the header and master switches “OFF”, tighten the coil nut very slightly. If there is still no
hook up the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting magnetization, replace the coil.
located on the pedestal hydraulic manifold just below
the flow control knob of the cutting apparatus. Turn 4. If the cutting apparatus still does not run after steps 2

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Header, Vine Assist, and Backfeed Roller

and 3, check the cartridge for proper function. Turn


“OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from the
manifold, turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the master
switch “ON”, and turn the header switch “ON” and
“OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen for
proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge is
functioning properly reinstall it and the coil into the
manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
cartridge now functions properly, reinstall it and the
coil into the manifold.
5. If the cutting apparatus still does not run after steps
2, 3 and 4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit
using the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000
PSI gauge, by attaching it to manifold #3. Hook up
the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
just below the flow control knob for the cutting
apparatus. With the engine “ON”, turn the master
switch and header switch “ON”. Look at the pressure
on gauge. If the pressure reaches approximately 3000
PSI, look for a physical jam again. If there is no jam,
check for free movement of the cutting apparatus’s
hydraulic motor by hand. To do this, the motor will
have to be physically disconnected from the cutting
apparatus. If the motor is “locked up”, replace the

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motor.
6. If the cutting apparatus (and header and vine assist
chains) stop abruptly during operation, check to see
that the header switch on the instrument panel has
not been accidentally turned “OFF”. If the switch is
“ON”, check for a physical jam.
7. If the cutting apparatus slows down and the circuit
pressure reads between 500 and 1500 PSI, check the
flow of pump #2. This pump attaches to the back end
of pump #1, both of which bolt to the right side of
the Pump drive. If the flow from pump #2 does not
exceed 38 GPM, check the compensator on pump #2
for contamination. See ”PUMPS” later in this section
for more information on troubleshooting pumps #1
and #2.

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Header, Vine Assist, and Backfeed Roller

Header, Vine Assist, and Backfeed Roller 5. If the header still does not run after steps 2, 3 and
4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit using
1. In order to engage the header circuit, the master the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI
switch and the header switch must both be switched gauge, by attaching it to manifold #3. Hook up the
“ON” and the flow control for this circuit must be end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located just
turned “ON” for oil to flow through this circuit. below the flow control knob for the header. With
2. If the header circuit does not run after both switches the engine “ON”, turn the master switch and header
and the flow control are “ON”, check either the switch “ON”. Look at the pressure reading on the
header chain, upper header chain, vine assist chain or gauge. If the pressure reaches approximately 3000
the backfeed roller for a physical jam, such as a small PSI, look for a physical jam again. If there is no
rock or piece of steel. Turn the header circuit “OFF” jam, check for free movement of the header, upper
before trying to remove the obstruction. header, vine assist and backfeed roller hydraulic
motors by hand. To do this, the motors may have to
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly be physically disconnected from their shafts. If any of
and that there is a physical jam is to check the these motors are “locked up”, replace them.
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM 6. If the header circuit stops abruptly during operation,
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI check to see that the header switch on the instrument
gauge. With the master and header switches “OFF” panel has not been accidentally turned “OFF”. If the
hook up the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting switch is “ON”, check for a physical jam.
located on the pedestal hydraulic manifold just below
the flow control knob for the header. Turn “ON” 7. If the header circuit slows down and the circuit
the master and header switches. If the gauge reads pressure reads between 500 and 1500 PSI, check the
approximately 3000 PSI, there is a jam and the circuit flow of pump #2. This pump attaches to the back end
is “trying” to work. of pump #1, both of which bolt to the right side of
the Pump drive. If the flow from pump #2 does not
3. If the header circuit does not run after both switches exceed 38 GPM, check the compensator on pump #2
are “ON” and there is no physical jam, check for for contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section
Troubleshooting

magnetization of the electric coil for the header for more information on troubleshooting pumps #1
circuit. This coil is second from the most forward coil and #2.
on the pedestal hydraulic manifold (manifold #3). If
there is magnetization, proceed to the next step. If
there is no magnetization, check to ensure the master
switch and header switch are functioning properly.
Replace if necessary. If the switches are functioning
properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If
there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire
for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the coil,
tighten the coil nut very slightly. If there is still no
magnetization, replace the coil.
4. If the header still does not run after steps 2 and
3, check the cartridge for proper function. Turn
“OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from the
manifold, turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the master
switch “ON”, and turn the header switch “ON” and
“OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen for
proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge is
functioning properly, reinstall it and the coil into the
manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
cartridge now functions, properly reinstall it and the
coil into the manifold.

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Dirtbelt, Cross Conveyor, Rollers, and Fruit Chain

Dirtbelt, Cross Conveyor, Rollers, and the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI
Fruit Chain gauge, by attaching it to manifold #3. Hook up the
end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
1. In order to engage the dirt circuit, the master switch just below the flow control knob for the dirt circuit.
must be switched “ON” and the flow control for this With the engine “ON”, turn the master switch “ON”.
circuit must be turned “ON” for oil to flow through Look at the pressure reading on the gauge. If the
this circuit. pressure reaches approximately 3000 PSI, look for
2. If the dirt circuit does not run after the master switch a physical jam again. If there is no jam, check for
and the flow control are “ON”, check both of the free movement of the dirt belt, cross conveyor, trash
cross conveyor chains for a physical jam such as a roller, fruit chain and transition roller hydraulic
small rock or piece of steel. Turn the master switch motors by hand. To do this, the motors may have to
“OFF” before trying to remove the obstruction. be physically disconnected from their shafts. If any of
these motors are “locked up”, replace them.
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly 6. If the dirt circuit slows down and the circuit pressure
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the reads between 500 and 1500 PSI, check the flow
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM of pump #2. This pump attaches to the back end
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI of pump #1, both of which bolt to the right side of
gauge. With the master switch “OFF”, hook up the the Pump drive. If the flow from pump #2 does not
end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located on exceed 38 GPM, check the compensator on pump #2
the pedestal hydraulic manifold just below the flow for contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section
control knob for the dirt circuit. Turn “ON” the for more information on troubleshooting pumps #1
master switch. If the gauge reads approximately 3000 and #2.
PSI, there is a jam and the circuit is “trying” to work.
7. If the dirt belt speed varies by more than 3
3. If the dirt circuit does not run after the master switch feet per minute from its set speed, clean mud
is “ON” and there is no physical jam, check for and build up around the belt scraper, the cross
magnetization of the electric coil for the dirt circuit.

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conveyor chain rollers and the idlers and in and
This coil is the third from the most forward coil on the
pedestal hydraulic manifold (manifold #3). If there around the trash rollers.
is magnetization, proceed to the next step. If there is
no magnetization, check to ensure the master switch
is functioning properly. Replace it if necessary. If the
switches are functioning properly, ensure that there
is 12 VDC at the coil. If there is no voltage at the
coil, check the ground wire for proper grounding. If
there is 12 VDC at the coil, tighten the coil nut very
slightly. If there is still no magnetization, replace the
coil.
4. If the dirt circuit still does not run after steps 2 and 3,
check the cartridge for proper function. Turn “OFF”
the engine, remove the cartridge from the manifold,
turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the master switch
“ON” and “OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look
and listen for proper function of the cartridge. If
the cartridge is functioning properly, reinstall it and
the coil into the manifold and proceed to the next
step. If nothing happens, replace the cartridge. After
attaching the wires, look and listen to verify proper
function. If the cartridge now functions, properly
reinstall it and the coil into the manifold.
5. If the dirt circuit still does not run after steps 2, 3 and
4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit using

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Shaker Rotation

Shaker Rotation and 4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit using
the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI
1. In order to engage the shaker rotation motor, the gauge, by attaching it to manifold #3. Hook up the
master and the shaker switches must both be switched end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located just
“ON” and the flow control for this circuit must be below the flow control knob for the shaker rotation.
turned “ON” for oil to flow through the circuit. With the engine “ON”, turn the master switch and
2. If the rotation circuit does not run after both switches shaker switch “ON”. Look at the pressure reading
are “ON” and the flow control is “ON”, check the on the gauge. If the pressure reaches approximately
shaker tines for a physical jam such as a rock or piece 2700 PSI, look for a physical jam again. If there is no
of steel. Turn the master switch “OFF” before trying jam, check for free movement of the shaker rotation
to remove the obstruction. motor by hand. To do this, the motor may have to be
physically disconnected from its shaft. If this motor
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly is “locked up”, replace it.
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the 6. If the shaker circuit stops abruptly during operation,
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM check to see that the shaker switch on the instrument
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI panel has not been accidentally turned “OFF”. If the
gauge. With the master and shaker switches “OFF”, switch is “ON”, check for a physical jam.
hook up the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting
located on the pedestal hydraulic manifold just below
the flow control knob for the shaker rotation. Turn
“ON” the master and shaker switches. If the gauge
reads approximately 2700 PSI, there is a jam and the
circuit is “trying” to work.
3. If the shaker rotation motor does not run after both
switches are “ON” and there is no physical jam,
check for magnetization of the electric coil for the
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shaker rotation. This coil is the rearward coil on the


pedestal hydraulic manifold (manifold #3). If there
is magnetization, proceed to the next step. If there is
no magnetization, check to ensure the master switch
and shaker switch are functioning properly. Replace
them if necessary. If the switches are functioning
properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If
there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire
for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the coil,
tighten the coil nut very slightly. If there is still no
magnetization, replace the coil.
4. If the shaker rotation motor still does not run after
steps 2 and 3, check the cartridge for proper function.
Turn “OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from
the manifold, turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the
master switch “ON” and turn the shaker switch “ON”
and “OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen
for proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge
is functioning properly, reinstall it and the coil into
the manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
cartridge now functions, properly reinstall it and the
coil into the manifold.
5. If the shaker rotation still does not run after steps 2, 3

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Side Transfer and Color Sort

Side Transfer and Color Sort 3 and 4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit
using the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000
1. In order to engage the side transfer circuit, the master PSI gauge, by attaching it to manifold #2. Hook up
switch must be switched “ON” and the flow control the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
for this circuit must be turned “ON” for oil to flow just below the flow control knob for the side transfer
through the circuit. circuit. With the engine “ON”, turn the master switch
2. If the side transfer circuit does not run after the master “ON”. Look at the pressure reading on the gauge. If
switch and the flow control are “ON”, check the side the pressure reaches approximately 2700 PSI, look for
transfer chains for a physical jam such as a small a physical jam again. If there is no jam, check for free
rock or piece of steel. Turn the master switch “OFF” movement of the side transfer chain and color sort
before trying to remove the obstruction. belt motors by hand. To do this, the motors may have
to be physically disconnected from their shafts. If any
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly of these motors are “locked up”, replace them.
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the 6. If the side transfer circuit slows down and the circuit
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM pressure reads between 500 and 1500 PSI, check the
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI flow of pump #2. This pump attaches to the back end
gauge. With the master switch “OFF”, hook up the of pump #1, both of which bolt to the right side of
end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located on the Pump drive. If the flow from pump #2 does not
the rear hydraulic manifold (manifold #2) just below exceed 37 GPM, check the compensator on pump #2
the flow control knob for the side transfer circuit. for contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section
Turn “ON” the master switch. If the gauge reads for more information on troubleshooting pumps #1
approximately 2700 PSI, there is a jam and the circuit and #2.
is “trying” to work.
7. If the color sort belt speed varies by more than 5 feet
3. If the side transfer circuit does not run after the master per minute from its set speed, clean mud and trash
switch is “ON” and there is no physical jam, check build up around the color sort belt scraper and the side
for magnetization of the electric coil for the side transfer chain rollers and idlers.

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transfer circuit. This coil is the most forward coil
on the rear hydraulic manifold (manifold #2). This
coil is accessed from inside the engine compartment.
If there is magnetization, proceed to the next step.
If there is no magnetization, check to ensure the
master switch is functioning properly. Replace it if
necessary. If the switches are functioning properly,
ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If there is
no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire for
proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the coil,
tighten the coil nut very slightly. If there is still no
magnetization, replace the coil.
4. If the side transfer still does not run after steps 2
and 3, check the cartridge for proper function. Turn
“OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from the
manifold, turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the master
switch “ON” and “OFF” to actuate the cartridge.
Look and listen for proper function of the cartridge.
If the cartridge is functioning properly, reinstall it
and the coil into the manifold and proceed to the next
step. If nothing happens, replace the cartridge. After
attaching the wires, look and listen to verify proper
function. If the cartridge now functions, properly
reinstall it and the coil into the manifold.
5. If the side transfer still does not run after steps 2,

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Elevator, Rear Sort, and Rear Side Sort

Elevator, Rear Sort, and Rear Side Sort 5. If the elevator circuit still does not run after steps 2, 3
and 4, check both cartridges which are controlled by
1. In order to engage the elevator circuit, the master the coils discussed in steps 3 and 4 above for proper
switch and the elevator switch must be switched function.
“ON” and the flow control for this circuit must be
turned “ON” for oil to flow through the circuit. Turn “OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from
2. If the elevator circuit does not run after the master the bottom surface of the manifold, turn the ignition
and elevator switches and the flow control are “ON”, key “ON”, and turn the master switch “ON” and
check the elevator chain for a physical jam such as a “OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen for
small rock or piece of steel. Turn the master switch proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge is
“OFF” before trying to remove the obstruction. functioning properly, reinstall it and the coil into the
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
pressure test gauge, #5769509, with a 3000 PSI cartridge now functions properly, reinstall it and the
gauge. With the master switch “OFF”, hook up the coil into the manifold.
end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
on the rear hydraulic manifold (manifold #2) just With the engine “OFF”, remove the cartridge from
below the flow control knob for the elevator circuit. the top surface of the manifold, turn the ignition
Turn “ON” the master switch. If the gauge reads key “ON” and turn the elevator switch “ON” and
approximately 2700 PSI, there is a jam and the circuit “OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen for
is “trying” to work. proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge is
functioning properly, reinstall it and the coil into the
3. If the elevator circuit does not run after the master
manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
switch is “ON” and there is no physical jam, check
happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
for magnetization of the electric coil for the elevator
wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
circuit. This coil is the only coil on the bottom
cartridge now functions properly, reinstall it and the
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surface of the rear hydraulic manifold (manifold


coil into the manifold.
#2). This coil is accessed from inside the engine
compartment. If there is magnetization, proceed to 6. If the elevator circuit still does not run after steps 2,
the next step. If there is no magnetization, check 3, 4 and 5, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit
to ensure the master switch is functioning properly. using the test gauge assembly, #5769509, with a 3000
Replace it if necessary. If the switch is functioning PSI gauge, by attaching it to manifold #2. Hook up
properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire just below the flow control knob for the elevator
for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the coil, circuit. With the engine “ON”, turn the master switch
tighten the coil nut very slightly. If there is still no “ON”. Look at the pressure reading on the gauge. If
magnetization, replace the coil. the pressure reaches approximately 2700 PSI, look for
a physical jam again. If there is no jam, check for free
4. If the elevator chain and rear sort do not run after
movement of the elevator, rear sort and rear side sort
the elevator switch is “ON” and there is no physical
motors by hand. To do this, the motors may have to
jam, check for magnetization of the electric coil for
be physically disconnected from their shafts. If any of
the elevator chain and rear sort belt. This is the only
these motors are “locked up”, replace them.
coil on the top surface of the rear hydraulic manifold
(manifold #2). This coil is accessed from inside the 7. If the rear side sort belts do not run when the master
engine compartment. If there is magnetization, check switch is “ON” and with the elevator switch “OFF”,
to ensure the elevator switch is functioning properly. check that the flow control for the “half-speed” of
Replace if necessary. If the switch is functioning the rear sort conveyors is “ON”. This flow control
properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If is located on the aft surface of manifold #2 and is
there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire accessed from inside the engine compartment. Adjust
for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the this flow control to the middle of its adjustment range.
coil, tighten the coil nut slightly. If there is still no This flow control is only adjustable when the elevator
magnetization, replace the coil. switch is “OFF”.

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Suction Fans

8. If the elevator circuit slows down and the circuit the master switch “ON” and “OFF” to actuate the
pressure reads between 500 and 1500 PSI, check the cartridge. Look and listen for proper function of the
flow of pump #2. This pump attaches to the forward cartridge. If the cartridge is functioning properly,
end of pump #1, both of which bolt to the right side reinstall it and the coil into the manifold and proceed
of the Pump drive. If the flow from pump #2 does not to the next step. If nothing happens, replace the
exceed 37 GPM, check the compensator on pump #2 cartridge. After attaching the wires, look and listen
for contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section to verify proper function. If the cartridge now
for more information on troubleshooting pumps #1 functions, properly reinstall it and the coil into the
and #2. manifold.
5. If one of the suction fans still does not run after steps
Suction Fans 2, 3 and 4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit
1. In order to engage the suction fans, the master switch using the test gauge assembly, #5769510, with a 6000
must be switched “ON” and the flow control for these PSI gauge, by attaching it to manifold #1. Hook up
two circuits must be turned “ON” for oil to flow the end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located
through the circuits. on the mounting plate for manifold #1. See the decal
on the mounting plate for the exact location. With
2. If one of the suction fans does not run after the master the engine “ON”, turn the master switch “ON”.
switch and that fan’s flow control are “ON”, check Look at the pressure reading on the gauge. If the
the fan for a physical jam inside the fan housing. pressure reaches approximately 3000 PSI, look for a
Turn the master switch “OFF” before trying to physical jam again. If there is no jam, check for free
remove the obstruction. movement of the suction fan impeller by hand. If the
impeller does not turn or does not turn freely, the fan
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly motor may have to be replaced.
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM 6. If one of the suction fans slows down and the circuit
pressure test gauge, #5769510, with a 6000 PSI pressure reads less than 2000 PSI, check the flow of
gauge. With the master switch “OFF”, hook up the pump #1. This pump attaches to the right side of the

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end of the hose to the quick attach fitting, for the fan Pump drive. Pump #2 attaches to the back side of
that is not working, located on the primary hydraulic pump #1. If the flow from pump #1 does not exceed
manifold (manifold #1) mounting plate located just 37 GPM, check the compensator on pump #1 for
to the right of the upper oil reservoir. Turn “ON” the contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section for
master switch. If the gauge reads approximately 3000 more information on troubleshooting pumps #1 and
PSI, there is a jam and the circuit is “trying” to work. #2.

3. If one of the suction fans does not run after the master
switch is “ON” and there is no physical jam, check
for magnetization of the electric coil for that fan
circuit. Both suction fan coils are located on the front
surface of manifold #1, just behind the tunnel curtain.
This coil must be accessed from inside the engine
compartment. If there is magnetization, proceed to
the next step. If there is no magnetization, check
to ensure the master switch is functioning properly.
Replace if necessary. If the switch is functioning
properly, ensure that there is 12 VDC at the coil. If
there is no voltage at the coil, check the ground wire
for proper grounding. If there is 12 VDC at the
coil, tighten the coil nut slightly. If there is still no
magnetization, replace the coil.
4. If one of the suction fans still does not run after steps
2, 3 and 4, check both cartridges for proper function.
Turn “OFF” the engine, remove the cartridge from
the manifold, turn the ignition key “ON”, and turn

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Shaker, Front Vine Chain, and Fruit Chain

Shaker, Front Vine Chain, and Fruit Chain 5. If the shaker still does not run after steps 2, 3 and
4, check the hydraulic pressure in the circuit using
1. In order to engage the shaker, the master switch and the test gauge assembly, #5769510, with a 6000 PSI
the shaker switch must both be switched “ON” and gauge, by attaching it to manifold #1. Hook up the
the flow control must be turned “ON” for oil to flow end of the hose to the quick attach fitting located on
through the circuits. the mounting plate for manifold #1. See the decal
2. If the shaker does not shake after both switches and on the mounting plate for the exact location. With
the flow control are “ON”, check the shaker tines for the engine “ON”, turn the master switch and shaker
a physical jam such as a board or piece of steel. Turn switch “ON”. Look at the pressure reading on the
the shaker switch “OFF” before trying to remove the gauge. If the pressure reaches approximately 3000
obstruction. PSI, look for a physical jam again. If there is no jam,
check for free movement of the shaker’s hydraulic
An easy way to tell if the circuit is working properly motor. If the shaker motor is “locked up”, replace it.
and that there is a physical jam, is to check the 6. If the shaker circuit runs but the speed is slow and the
hydraulic pressure on the circuit using the CTM pressure remains at approximately 3000 PSI, check
pressure test gauge, #5769510, with a 6000 PSI the front vine chain, top belt and/or lower vine chain
gauge. With the master and the shaker switches for movement. If none of these are moving, look for
“OFF”, hook up the end of the hose to the quick a physical jam in the chains. If there is no jam, check
attach fitting, located on the primary hydraulic both the front vine chain motor (check first) and the
manifold (manifold #1) mounting plate located just lower vine chain (check second) for free movement
to the right of the upper oil reservoir. Turn “ON” of their shafts. To do this, the motors may have to be
the master and shaker switches. If the gauge reads physically disconnected from their shafts. If either
approximately 3000 PSI, there is a jam and the circuit motor is “locked up”, replace that motor.
is “trying” to work.
7. If the shaker circuit slows down and the circuit
3. If the shaker does not run after the master and shaker pressure reads less than 800 PSI, check the flow of
switches are “ON” and there is no physical jam, pump #1. This pump attaches to the right side of the
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check for magnetization of the electric coil for the Pump drive. Pump #2 attaches to the back side of
shaker circuit. The shaker circuit coil is located pump #1. If the flow from pump #1 does not exceed
on the front surface of manifold #1, just behind the 38 GPM, check the compensator on pump #1 for
tunnel curtain. This coil is accessed from inside contamination. See “PUMPS” later in this section for
the engine compartment. If there is magnetization, more information on troubleshooting pumps #1 and
proceed to the next step. If there is no magnetization, #2.
check to ensure the master switch and shaker switch
are functioning properly. Replace if necessary. If the
switches are functioning properly, ensure that there is
12 VDC at the coil. If there is no voltage at the coil,
check the ground wire for proper grounding. If there
is 12 VDC at the coil, tighten the coil nut slightly. If
there is still no magnetization, replace the coil.
4. If the shaker still does not run after steps 2 and 3,
check the cartridge for proper function. Turn “OFF”
the engine, remove the cartridge from the manifold,
turn the ignition key “ON”, turn the shaker and
master switch “ON” and turn the shaker switch “ON”
and “OFF” to actuate the cartridge. Look and listen
for proper function of the cartridge. If the cartridge
is functioning properly, reinstall it and the coil into
the manifold and proceed to the next step. If nothing
happens, replace the cartridge. After attaching the
wires, look and listen to verify proper function. If the
cartridge now functions, properly reinstall it and the
coil into the manifold.

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Front Steering and Hydraulic Cylinders

Front Steering and Hydraulic Cylinders seals on the cylinders in the direction the
harvester is leaning. For example, if the harvester
1. If the header, gauge wheel, elevator and tilt cylinders consistently leans to the right, re-seal the two
are operating properly, but the steering motor is tight right hand tilt cylinders.
or locking up, replace the steering motor.
2. If only the header cylinders are operating slowly or Air Compressor
the header is constantly lowering without activating
the header lever on the 5 bank valve, replace the seals EXCESSIVE TIME FOR PRESSURE BUILDUP
in the header cylinders. If the symptoms remain, AND RECOVERY
install an O-ring kit on the header spool in the 5 bank 1. Restriction in the compressor inlet or discharge lines
valve. or cavities.
3. If the gauge wheel cylinders do not maintain the 2. Leaking or broken discharge valves.
gauge depth on the header, replace the seals in the
cylinders. If the symptoms remain, reinstall an O-ring 3. Excessively worn or stuck open inlet valves.
kit on the gauge wheel spool of the 5 bank valve. 4. Excessive air system leakage.
4. If only the elevator lift cylinder operates slowly or 5. Excessive wear of the piston rings and/or cylinders.
it constantly allows the elevator to slowly drop, turn
the adjusting screw on the safety locking valve 1/4 NOISY COMPRESSOR OPERATION
turn CCW. Do not exceed 1/2 turn. If the symptoms
remain, replace the seals in the cylinder. If the 1. Worn or burned out bearings.
symptoms still remain, install an O-ring kit on the 2. Excessive wear of the piston rings and/or cylinders.
elevator spool in the 5 bank valve.
3. Improper lubrication to the compressor.
NOTE: THE SAFETY LOCKING VALVE ON THE 4. Restrictions in the cylinder head or discharge line.
ELEVATOR CYLINDER HAS
NOTHING TO DO WITH THE OPERATION, IT IS EXCESSIVE OIL PASSAGE

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A SAFETY DEVICE ONLY.
1. A small, kinked, or restricted oil return line.
5. If only the elevator extension operates slowly or
it constantly allows the extension to slowly drop, 2. Back pressure from the engine crankcase.
replace the seals in the cylinder. If the symptoms still 3. High inlet vacuum at the compressor.
remain, install an O-ring kit on the elevator extension
spool in the 5 bank valve. 4. Excessive engine oil pressure.

6. After an extended period of inoperation, the harvester 5. Defective oil seal or oil seal ring in the end cover(s).
may tilt all the way to one side or the other. However, 6. Piston rings improperly installed.
if this occurs in less than four days, check the
7. Excessive ring or cylinder wear.
following:
1. Ensure the tilt cylinders are not broken and the COMPRESSOR FAILS TO UNLOAD
pins are installed.
1. Defective or worn unloader pistons or bores.
2. Check for hydraulic leaks at the shaft seal and
fittings. Also, inspect the full length of the hose 2. Inlet cavity restrictions.
from the cylinder to the tilt manifold. The tilt 3. Defective governor.
manifold is located on the main frame behind and
4. Unloader line from the governor pistons are kinked or
below the pedestal.
the cavity beneath the unloader pistons is restricted.
3. Check the two relief valves in the tilt manifold.
These should be set at 1500 PSI minimum COMPRESSOR FAILS TO OPERATE
pressure.
1. Check the governor for the correct setting. See
4. If checking and repairing items 1 through 3 did Section 5, Adjustments.
not correct the problem, replace the tilt manifold.
2. Check for a defective compressor.
5. If the problem still persists, replace the inner

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Pumps 6. The bottom set screw is the adjustment


screw closest to the pump. With the engine
1. If there is a “hissing” sound from either the primary still “OFF”, turn this set screw out, counter
hydraulic manifold (located just to the right of the clockwise, until the screw almost comes out
upper oil reservoir) or from the hydraulic manifold #2, of the compensator. It will not hurt anything
(located above the right side rear side sort belt) when if the screw does come out. Do not lose the set
the master switch is “OFF”, check the following: screw.
A. If the “hissing” is coming from the primary 7. Start the engine. Let the engine idle. While
hydraulic manifold, shut “OFF” the engine and looking at the pressure gauge, screw the
replace the compensator located on pump #1. bottom set screw in, clockwise, until the
An easy way to check if the “hissing” sound is pressure comes up to 3100 PSI. This is the
coming from the primary hydraulic manifold or high pressure setting. Note that during this
from the hydraulic manifold #2 is by shutting off adjustment a small amount of hydraulic oil
the ball valve upstream of one of the manifolds may leak out around the jam nut of the set
and noting if the “hissing” sound goes away. screw. When the set screw is in the normal
adjustment range, one turn will change the
NOTE: WHEN CHANGING THE pressure by 725 PSI.
COMPENSATOR, DO NOT DISCARD THE
OLD ONE. IN MOST CASES IT CAN BE 8. Tighten the jam nut while holding the set screw
DISASSEMBLED AND CLEANED. in place. Recheck the gauge to ensure the
pump remains set to 3100 PSI.
B. After installing the new compensator, perform the
following steps to set the new compensator on 9. While the engine is still running, turn the top
pump #1. These steps are to set both the high and set screw out, counterclockwise, until the
low pressure (standby) settings on pump #1. pressure on the gauge reads 300 PSI. This is
the “standby” pressure setting for pump #1.
1. There are two set screws that must be adjusted. Due to the inaccuracy of the 4000, 5000 or
With the engine “OFF”, unscrew the two
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6000 PSI gauge at this low pressure, use a 600


set screw caps. Be careful not to loose the PSI gauge, CTM #5769508, to fine tune the
sealing washers. They have O-rings on them to low pressure setting of 300 PSI. It is important
prevent oil leakage. to adjust this pressure to within 10 PSI of the
2. Loosen the jam nuts that tighten the two set 300 PSI desired setting. Tighten the jam nut
screws. while holding the set screw in place.
3. The top set screw is the adjustment screw 10. Shut “OFF” the engine.
furthest from the pump. Turn this set screw in, 11. Open the high pressure ball valve.
clockwise, until it bottoms.
12. Install both set screw caps. Make sure the
4. With the engine “OFF”, use the CTM pressure washers seal correctly on the compensator.
gauge assembly tool, #5769510, to check the
pressure of the circuit by connecting the gauge 13. Start and idle the engine and make sure the
to the quick connect fitting located on the hissing sound is gone.
primary hydraulic manifold mounting plate. C. If the hissing sound is coming from manifold
See the decal for the exact location of the #2, shut “OFF” the engine and replace the
fitting. Use a 4000, 5000 or 6000 PSI gauge compensator located on pump #2.
on the assembly tool.
D. After installing the new compensator, perform
5. With the engine “OFF”, close the high steps 1-13 as in “1B” above to set the new
pressure ball valve located between the compensator on pump #2 with the following
upper oil reservoir and the primary hydraulic exception:
manifold.
NOTE: CLOSING THIS VALVE WILL E. On step 5, the high pressure ball valve is located
NOT DAMAGE ANY HYDRAULIC just “upstream” of manifold #2, next to the
COMPONENTS ON THE HARVESTER. pressure filter canister.
2. If the suction fans do not run at full speed, at normal

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operating temperature, regardless of flow control valve is adjusted, check the flow rate from pump #1
adjustment, check the pressure of pump #1 at the using a 50 GPM flow meter.
primary hydraulic manifold mounting plate. Turn the
master switch “OFF”. Use the CTM gauge assembly If the flow does not exceed 37 GPM, verify that the
tool #9111966. Attach the gauge assembly tool to compensator screws for pump #1 are tight. You
the quick connect fitting on the primary hydraulic will need to remove the top and bottom adjustment
manifold labeled “pump 1”. With the engine running screw caps on pump #1 to see if either jam nut came
at 2000 RPM, turn the master switch “ON” while loose on either screw. If the jam nut on either screw
observing the 4000, 5000 or 6000 PSI gauge. is loose, complete steps in item 1B1 through 1B13
above.
If the pressure does not reach 3000 - 3100 PSI for
the first few seconds after turning the master switch If the compensator screws are tight and the flow rate
“ON” and there is also an audible squeal, replace the still does not exceed 37 GPM, check the flow from the
relief in manifold #1A. This manifold is attached to case drain from pump #1. Install a 0 - 10 GPM flow
the right side of the primary manifold mounting plate meter between pump #1 and the bottom of the upper
located between the upper oil reservoir and the right oil reservoir. If the flow rate exceeds 3 GPM, replace
suction fan duct. The relief valve is accessible on pump #1.
the right side of this manifold, just above the engine
enclosure frame. If the flow rate from pump #1 exceeds 37 GPM, check
the flow rate at the case drain line at each suction
If there is no squeal coming from manifold #1A, reset fan motor with a 0 - 10 GPM flow meter. If the rate
the compensator settings as described in steps 1B1 from the case drain line on either fan motor exceeds 1
through 1B13 above. After completing these steps GPM, replace that suction fan motor.
and while watching the pressure gauge that is attached
4. If any or all of the conveyor circuits unexpectedly
to the quick connect fitting for pump #1, turn the
slow down or run erratically, check the pressure from
master switch “ON”.
pump #2 at the primary hydraulic manifold mounting

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plate. Turn the master switch “OFF”. Use the CTM
If the pressure still does not reach 3000 - 3100 PSI,
gauge assembly tool #5769510. Attach the 6000
then replace the relief valve in manifold #1A.
PSI gauge assembly to the quick connect fitting on
3. If the suction fans, while at normal operating the mounting plate. See the decal instructions to
temperature, still do not run at full speed after match the appropriate quick connect fitting to pump
completing step 2 above, check the pressure of #2. Disconnect the hose from the return port on the
both the left and right suction fans at the primary elevator motor. Cap the adapter on the motor with
hydraulic manifold mounting plate. Turn the master CTM cap part #60897. Plug the end of the hose with
switch “OFF”. Use the CTM gauge assembly tool CTM plug part #60941. Turn “ON” the master and
#5769510. Attach the gauge assembly tool to the elevator switches. Note the pressure on the gauge. If
quick connect fittings on the mounting plate. See the pressure reaches 2800 - 3000 PSI, proceed to step
the decal instructions to match the fitting to the 5.
appropriate suction fan. Turn the master switch
“ON”. Run the engine at 2000 RPM. Note the fan If the pressure does not reach 2800 - 3000 PSI and
circuit pressure while under test. Insure that the flow there is a noticeable squeal, replace the relief valve in
control valves for both fans are “ON”. These valves manifold #2. Manifold #2 is the hydraulic manifold
are also located on the primary hydraulic manifold mounted over the right side rear side sort belt. The
mounting plate. relief is located on the engine side of the manifold,
approximately in the center of the manifold.
If the flow control valves are not “ON”, turn the flow
control valve counterclockwise until the hydraulic If the pressure does not reach 3000 PSI and there is
pressure stabilizes at approximately 2200 PSI. Verify no squeal, adjust the compensator on pump #2 as
that the shaker circuit flow rate is 11 GPM or less. described in steps 1B1 through 1B13 and steps 1D1
through 1D2. Turn “ON” the master and elevator
If a pressure of 2000 PSI cannot be obtained on either switches again and make sure the pump pressure
fan circuit, regardless of how much the flow control indicates 2800 - 3000 PSI. Reconnect the hose to the

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elevator motor.
5. If any or all of the conveyor circuits unexpectedly
slow down or run erratically after completing all items
in step #4 above, check the flow from the case drain
from pump #2, between the pump and the bottom of
the upper oil reservoir. Use a 0 - 10 GPM flow meter.
If the flow through this flow meter exceeds 3 GPM,
replace pump #2.

If the flow does not exceed 3 GPM, check the main


flow from pump #2 using a 50 GPM flow meter.
Attach this flow meter between pump #2 and the ball
valve. If the flow exceeds 37 GPM, the speed of
some of the conveyor circuits has been exceeded and
must be turned down

NOTE:
IT IS IMPERATIVE WHEN CHANGING
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS, INCLUDING
FILTER ELEMENTS, TO AVOID LETTING
DIRT OR OTHER CONTAMINATES INTO THE
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM. CONTAMINATION
IS THE MAIN REASON FOR HYDRAULIC
COMPONENT FAILURE.
Troubleshooting

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Engine

Engine
NOTE: When experiencing engine problems, first check the John Deere™ DG14 display for diagnostic trouble codes.
See section 10 - Supplemental Documents for a list of trouble codes.

Symptom Problem Solution


Engine Will Not Weak battery Replace battery.
Crank Corroded or loose battery con- Clean battery terminals and connec-
nections tions.
Defective main switch, start Repair switch/relay as required.
safety switch, or conveyor safety
relay
Starter solenoid defective Replace solenoid.

Starter defective Replace starter.

Hard to Start or Poor fuel quality Drain fuel and replace with quality
Will Not Start fuel of the proper grade.

Slow cranking speed Check for problem in the charging/


starting system.
Too high viscosity crankcase oil Drain crankcase oil and replace with
correct viscosity oil.

Troubleshooting
Electronic Control System Prob- Contact WSE or your John Deere en-
lem or Basic Engine Problem gine servicing dealer.

Black or Gray Engine overloaded Reduce engine load.


Exhaust Smoke
Air cleaner restricted or dirty Replace air cleaner element as re-
quired.

Defective muffer/exhaust piping Replace muffer or defective piping.


(causing back-pressure)

Electronic control System Prob- Contact WSE or your John Deere en-
lem or Basic Engine Problem gine servicing dealer.

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Symptom Problem Solution


White Exhaust Engine compression too low Determine cause of low compression
Smoke and repair as required. See your John
Deere engine distributor or servicing
dealer.

Defective thermostat(s) (does Test thermostats; replace thermostats


not close) as required.

Coolant entering combustion Repair or replace as required. See


chamber (failed cylinder head your John Deere engine distributor or
gasket or cracked cylinder head) servicing dealer.

Electronic Control System Prob- Contact WSE or your John Deere en-
lem or Basic Engine Problem gine servicing dealer.

Engine Idles Poor fuel quality Drain fuel and replace with quality
Poorly fuel of the proper grade.
Troubleshooting

Air leak on suction side of air Check hose and pipe connections for
intake system tightness: repair as required.

Electronic Control System Prob- Contact WSE or your John Deere en-
lem or Basic Engine Problem gine servicing dealer.

Low-Pressure Plugged fuel filter Replace fuel filter.


System - Fuel
Pressure Low Restricted fuel line Locate restrictions, repair as required.

Faulty high-pressure fuel pump Remove fuel pump, repair/replace


pump as required. See your Jon Deere
engine distributor or servicing dealer.

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Symptom Problem Solution


Engine Engine overloaded Reduce load.
Overheats Low coolant level Fill radiator to proper level, check radiator
and hoses for loose connections or leaks.

Faulty radiator cap. Have technician check.

Stretched poly v-belt or defective Check automatic belt tensioner and check
belt tensioner belts for stretching. Replace as required.

Low engine oil level Check oil level. Add oil as required.

Cooling system needs flushing Flush cooling system.

Defective or wrong type of the Remove and check thermostat.


thermostat

Defective temperature gauge or Check coolant temperature with thermom-

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sender eter and replace, if necessary.

Incorrect grade of fuel Use correct grade of fuel.

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Types of Cutting Devices

Cutting Systems
For information on detail parts used in each type of Sickle
cutting devise see the Parts Catalog.
The sickle is recommended for wet conditions. The
function of the sickle is to cut the vine approximately one
Types of Cutting Devices inch below the crown of the vine. It is very important not
WSE offers customized plant cutting systems with a to cut the vine above this point because it will separate the
selection of four different types of cutting apparatus: vine into several sections and the vine sections will fall
rodweeder, sickle, or cutting discs. Choice of the proper through the shaker and onto the sorting belts.
cutting system is one of the most important decisions the
grower can make. SICKLE ADJUSTMENTS
Proper placement of the sickle bar is 1-1/2” below the bed
Rodweeder top when the header chain is just touching the bed top. As
The rodweeder is recommended for dry conditions. The the harvester is moving forward, a flow of dirt develops
rodweeder does not cut the vine, but rather uproots it. over the sickle bar. This flow of dirt allows the fruit and
The proper depth of operation is just below ground level vines to be transferred to the main header chain for pickup
when the bottom of the header chain is just touching the and the dirt flows underneath the header. The sickle speed
bed top. The maximum operating depth below ground should be set at approximately 9 1/2 GPM or 3 1/2 to 4
level is 1”. The bar is at the correct depth when the dirt turns of the control knob from the full “off” position on
flows evenly over the stripper bar. Conditions may dictate manifold #3 by the operator’s platform.
variations in cutting depth.
1. To adjust the cutting depth, use a spacer between and
RODWEEDER ADJUSTMENTS on each side of the sickle mounting brackets and the
header side rails.
The rodweeder can be adjusted up and down (cutting
depth) and forward and backward (dirt separation). The 2. To adjust the dirt flow, loosen the mounting bolts and
stripper bar is also adjustable fore and aft. The rodweeder move the entire sickle forward or backward as
speed should be set at approximately 5 GPM or 2 to 2 1/2 conditions require to achieve uniform dirt flow over
turns of the control knob from the full “off” position on the sickle bar. The factory setting is fully backward
manifold #3 by the operator’s platform. (sickle all the way back against the header side rails).

Cutting Systems
1. To adjust the cutting depth, use a spacer between and WARNING
on each side of the rodweeder mounting brackets and
the header side rails.
Keep hands clear of the area between guards
and sickle at all times.
2. To adjust for dirt separation, loosen the mounting
bolts and move the entire rodweeder forward or
backward as conditions require for smooth dirt flow
over the stripper bar. The factory setting is fully
backward (rodweeder all the way back against the
header side rails).
3. The stripper bar should be adjusted as close to the
point of the cutter bar as possible to prevent build
up of weeds and vine, yet allow clearance for the
cutter bar to flex as it is pushed through the field. The
factory setting is 1/4” to 3/8” from the point of the
cutter bar. Conditions may dictate variations in the
stripper bar setting.

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Electrical System Introduction

Electrical
System Parts, Service, and Schematics

Electrical System Introduction


The WSE Johnson Tomato Harvester electrical system CAUTION
has been designed for reliability and easy troubleshooting. Electric storage batteries give off highly
The system has been specifically engineered with quality flammable hydrogen gas when charging
components to provide long life. and continue to do so for sometime after
receiving a steady charge. Do not, under any
The alternator contains a built-in regulator and diode
circumstances, allow an electric spark or an
pack. The regulator, diode pack, and brushes can be
replaced without removing the alternator, thus providing open flame near the battery. Do not lay tools
simple maintenance. The alternator itself can be replaced across battery terminals, as this may result in
easily as well. a spark or short circuit which may cause an
explosion. Avoid spilling electrolyte on your
The entire wiring system is shown on Figure 11 and is hands or clothing. Wear eye protection when
provided as an overview of the electrical system. Figures working on or near batteries.
6 through 10, and 15 are more detailed schematics that
cover specific areas of the system. Do not weld on the harvester without first
turning on the lock-out switch and disconnecting
Fig. 8-4 Electronic Sorter Schematic the ecu power cables.
Fig. 8-5 Operator's Console Schematic
Fig. 8-6 Engine Area Schematic Do not ground any of the terminals of the
Fig. 8-7 Miscellaneous Electrical Functions alternator.
Schematic
Fig. 8-8 Automatic Header Control Schematic
Fig. 8-9 General Harvester Schematic

The Driver’s Console Circuit Description on pages 8-4 to


8-6 references Figures 6 through 10. The circuits may
be followed throughout the harvester by following the
wires by color from schematic to schematic using the
appropriate chart.

NOTE:

Electrical
When reference is made to a particular item on a Figure, a
notation will be used as follows: (18F7). The first number
(18) refers to the “item” and the second portion (F7) refers
to the corresponding “figure,” so (18F7) stands for Item
“18” on Figure “7”.

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Operator's Console Circuit Description

Operator's Console Circuit Description not turn the master switch “OFF” or “ON” at full RPM;
reduce to 1200 RPM. A safety relay prevents the harvester
IGNITION from being started with the master switch “ON”.
Before starting the harvester engine, the forward and
reverse lever must be in the neutral position. This closes SHAKER SWITCH
the neutral switch (8F8-6) and completes the circuit to the Power to the shaker switch (3F8-5) is applied when the
starter solenoid. Also the lockout switch (13F8-6) must master switch is “ON.” Power is applied through a 15
be in the closed position to complete the grounding circuit amp circuit breaker (19F8-5).
of the harvester. The master switch (3F8-5) must be off to
allow the start signal to reach the starter relay. When “ON”, the shaker switch provides power to the
shaker solenoid valve and the shaker rotation solenoid
To start the harvester, temporarily move the ignition valve. These solenoids energize and provide oil flow to
switch to the start position. The starter solenoid will be the vibrating shaker circuits.
engaged and will apply power to the starter motor to start
the engine.
ELEVATOR SWITCH
OPERATORS CONSOLE RELAYS Power to the elevator switch (3F8-6) is applied when the
master switch is “ON.” Power is applied through a 15
Power is applied to the operator’s console from the battery amp circuit breaker (19F8-5).
through a 60 amp circuit breaker (9F8-6) and relays (1F8-
5). The elevator switch when “ON”, provides power to the
elevator solenoid valve. This solenoid energizes and pro-
The middle, continuous, relay is engaged when the igni- vides oil flow to the elevator belt and to the rear sort belt.
tion switch is in the on position. This relay supplies
power from the battery to the hour meter, headland speed This switch is controlled by the driver when loading toma-
switch, canopy accessory panel, hydraulic oil temperature toes. It will turn the elevator and the rear sort belt “ON”
gauge, reverse horn, color sort switch, auto level switch, or “OFF”.
and harvester light switch.
HEADER SWITCH
The outer, switched, relays are engaged by the master
switch. With the ignition switch in the “ON” position, Power to the header switch (3F8-5) is applied through a
and the master switch “ON”, power is supplied to the 15 amp circuit breaker (19F8-5) when the master switch
master hydraulic solenoids, header switch, shaker switch, is “ON.” When the header switch is “ON”, it provides
and elevator switch. The ground of the switched relays is power to the header solenoid valve and activates the
connected to the five emergency kill switches. Engaging header chain, upper header, backfeed roller, vine assist
a kill switch disengages the switched relays, which cuts conveyor, and cutting system.
power to the hydraulic solenoids and stops all conveyors.
GROUND DRIVE SWITCHES
Electrical

MASTER SWITCH Power to the hydrostat switch (8F8-6) is applied when the
Power to the master switch (3F8-5) is applied when the ignition switch is “ON”. Power is applied through a 20
ignition switch is “ON”. The master switch must be amp circuit breaker (18F8-5).
“ON” to activate the elevator switch, shaker switch and
header switch. When the ground drive switch is in the “Down” position,
the wheel motors are at full displacement for low speed.
The master switch, when “ON”, provides power to seven With the ground drive switch in the “Middle” position, the
different solenoid valves. The two suction fans, side wheel motors shift to ½ displacement for medium speed.
transfer, rear side sort and dirt belt circuits and the two With the ground drive switch in the “Up” position, the
pump lubrication solenoids are actuated when the master wheel motors shift to ¼ displacement for transport speed.
switch is “ON”.
ELECTRONIC SORTER
The master switch must always be “OFF” when starting
For the electronic sorter system to operate, the harvester
the harvester or before turning the harvester “OFF”. Do
engine must be operating at 2000 RPM.

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Power to the sorter switch (3F8-5) must pass through the machine for a short period of time after the initial leveling
sorter relay (5F8-4). This relay protects the sorter circuit correction has been made. This screw is also located at
from the possibility of a power surge during engine start- the bottom of the “square” portion of the level sensor and
up. When the ignition switch (2F8-5) is moved from the is labeled “Time Delay”. The time delay can be adjusted
start position to the run position, this relay closes and al- from 0.2 to 3 seconds. A clockwise turn of the screw
lows current to flow to the sorter switch through a 15 amp increases the delay. This is necessary because the har-
fuse (19F8-5). vester will tend to “bounce” from one side to the other
after any leveling correction has been made by the sensor.
When the sorter switch (3F8-5) is turned “ON”, power is With the engine running at 2000 RPM, adjust the time
applied from the top terminal of the alternator through the delay screw to increase/decrease the response time with
sorter solenoid (5F8-4), to the electronic sorters. the goal of minimizing side to side bounce. If these adjust-
ments do not make the sensor work properly, the sensor
HARVESTER LIGHTS must be replaced.
Power is applied to the harvester lights, Figure 6, through
the console switch (3F8-5) and through a solenoid before CAUTION
passing through two 40 amp circuit breakers (17F8-5), Use extreme caution when adjusting the level
one for the front lights, and one for the rear lights. sensor as described above. The harvester will
tilt to one side or the other when working prop-
HORN WARNING erly during adjustments.
Power is always applied to the horn warning circuit from
the harvester battery and through a 20 amp circuit breaker
(10F8-6). When any horn button (12F8-5); (5F8-7) is
depressed, all horns (6F8-7) sound to alert everyone near
or on the machine. Horn buttons receive power from the
operator’s console.

AUTO-LEVEL SYSTEM
The auto level sensor is pre-adjusted at the factory and
normally requires no adjustment. However, adjustments
can be made to the auto level sensor if needed. The
sensor is orange colored and is located in the electrical
compartment of the pedestal. The auto-level sensor has
two adjusting screws: 1. The trip angle screw. 2. The time
delay screw. Each of these screws has an adjustment
range of 20 turns. These are preset from the factory and
typically do not need to be adjusted. (Note: The screw

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threads will not strip out if they are turned beyond the
physical limits of the sensor.)

The trip angle sensitivity setting determines the angle


at which the tilt cylinder valve is actuated. This screw
is located at the bottom of the “square” portion of the
level sensor and is marked with a decal labeled “Trip
Angle”. The sensitivity or degree of horizontal level can
be adjusted from 0.5 to 3 degrees. A clockwise turn of
the screw increases the angle. With the engine running at
2000 RPM, turn the trip angle adjustment screw until the
desired angle is obtained. If the sensitivity settings is set
too high, the machine will continually rock left and right.

The time delay setting prevents the sensor from tilting the

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Maintenance

Maintenance sure that everything is secured properly.

MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE - WEEKLY 4. Check to see that the alternator belt is tight.

1. Make sure the battery is charged and the water level is 5. Check to confirm that the wire connections of the
maintained. The battery should be used or periodical- entire machine are tight and free of corrosion.
ly recharged throughout the off-season to insure that it
maintains a charge. If possible, use it on another piece
of equipment.
2. Disconnect the battery. Clean the battery posts, bat-
tery connections, and all lug connections. Fig. 8-1
indicates key points to be cleaned.
3. Check to see that the wires have not been corroded at
the connections. See Fig. 8-2. Cut back
and re-crimp if necessary. After reassembling, make

Fig. 8-1
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Fig. 8-2

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Troubleshooting 5. If the battery is good and fully charged and the alter-
nator is not charging or is overcharging (15 - 16 volts)
LOW OR HIGH VOLTMETER READING the voltage regulator is bad. Ensure that the battery is
To determine if the alternator is working properly, check good and fully charged. If it is not, you may unknow-
the following: ingly increase the voltage above the normal operating
range to compensate for presumed low voltage. This
1. Check the alternator belt, pulley and electrical con- could result in damage to the alternator and/or battery,
nections. as well as the engine ECU.
2. With the engine and all electrical devices turned 6. If there is a loud “howling” sound coming from the
“OFF”, check the battery with a voltmeter. The alternator, the alternator is bad. The “howling” is an
meter reading should be at least 12.4 volts. If it is less indication of a bad rectifier or pulley bearing and can-
that 12.4 volts, charge the battery. If the battery does not be serviced in the field
not hold 12.4V charge, replace the battery.
ELECTRONIC SORTERS TURN ON BUT DO
3. Observe the voltage at the positive terminal of the
battery with a voltmeter with the engine “OFF”. NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY
Note the voltage. It should indicate between 12 to 1. Refer to previous troubleshooting steps for checking
12.5 volts. Use the battery terminal for grounding if the charging system.
possible. Start the engine and run for 2 to 3 minutes
2. If symptoms remain, contact the electronic sorter
at 2000 RPM. Observe the voltage at the positive
manufacturer.
terminal of the battery with a voltmeter. Be sure to
turn “OFF” as many electrical systems as possible.
Again, use the negative battery terminal for ground- ELECTRONIC SORTER DOES NOT ACTI-
ing if possible. The second reading should show an VATE OR TURN ON
increase from 12 to 12.5 volts to between 13.6 to 14.2 1. Ensure power switch at operator console is “ON.”
volts. If it does not, replace the alternator.
2. Ensure power is passing through the switch terminals.
4. There is an unused terminal on the front, right hand
side position of the alternator. This is the “R” termi- 3. Ensure power is passing through the circuit breaker
nal. See Fig. 8-3. With the engine running at 2000 terminals.
RPM, observe the voltage at the positive terminal 4. If symptoms remain, refer to previous troubleshooting
of the battery. Use the negative battery terminal for steps for checking the charging system.
grounding if possible. The voltage at the “R” terminal
5. If symptoms remain, the contact electronics manufac-
should be approximately 1/2 of the battery voltage ±
turer.
0.3 volts. For example, if the voltage reads 14.0 volts
at the battery, the “R” terminal should read between
6.7 and 7.3 volts. If the voltage is not half ± 0.3 volts, AUTOMATIC LEVELING
the alternator is bad and should be replaced. Your harvester is equipped with automatic leveling. If it

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is not working as desired, check the level sensor, relays,
ON/OFF switch, circuit breaker, and tilt cylinder valve
for proper operation. The level sensor actuates (electri-
cally) the tilt cylinder valve during proper operation. To
R Terminal
work effectively, power must be supplied to the level
sensor and the output from the sensor must pass through
two relays that are located near the sensor in the electrical
compartment of the pedestal. Each relay is used to tilt the
harvester to one direction. The hydraulic tilt valve takes
the electrical signal from the relays and uses hydraulic
fluid to move the tilt cylinders. Check each component as
follows:

Fig. 8-3 1. Level Sensor


A. The leveling sensor on your Johnson Tomato

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harvester is preset from the manufacturer and • A bad connection between the ON/OFF switch
usually requires no adjustment. In some cases, and level sensor.
either one or both of these adjustments may drift
• The circuit breaker may be bad.
out of proper range. Perform adjustment, while
the machine is stopped, with the engine running at • The auto-level ON/OFF switch is not turned
2000 RPM, the Master Switch “OFF”and the “ON”.
auto level switch “ON”, turn the trip angle • The ON/OFF switch is bad.
adjusting screw either clockwise or counterclock-
wise until a response is observed. If only one light illuminates, the level sensor is
bad and should be replaced.
CAUTION
2. Relays
Use extreme caution when adjusting and expect To test the two relays that are located near the level
the harvester to move while turning the screw. sensor, turn the engine “OFF”, turn the key to the
ignition position and turn the auto-level switch “ON”.
The machine will move if the components are If both lights work while depressing the level sensor
working correctly. If the machine responds to this as described above, there should be an audible “click”
adjustment, turn the screw to the desired trip sound from the relays corresponding to the illumina-
angle. Then adjust the time delay screw by tion of the indicator light. The length of time from
turning it either clockwise or counterclockwise. indicator light illumination to the relay “click” is the
Adjust it until the machine has a chance to settle time delay setting. This is an indication the relays are
before the trip angle feature forces the machine to working OK. If only one of the relays “clicks”, the
move again. The time delay feature can only other relay may be bad. Check for good clean con-
delay the signal by up to 3 seconds, so if the time nections at the relay in question. The center electrical
delay screw is out of adjustment, you may have to post on the relays is the main power supply for the
wait 3 seconds, at worst, before the level sensor relays. There are two electrical posts on either side
will engage the tilt valve and move the harvester of the power post. One of these posts is the signal
again. If no response is observed after turning the post for receiving the electrical signal from the level
trip angle screw through its full range of motion, sensor. The other is the output post that sends a signal
go to step B. to the tilt cylinder valve. The wires to and from these
posts are either green or yellow depending on the
B. With the engine “OFF”, the key turned to the relay in question. Trace the wire from the relay to
ignition position and the auto-level switch “ON”, the level sensor to determine which is the signal wire
slightly depress the level sensor by hand and from the sensor. With a voltmeter on the signal post,
check to see if the two very small indicator lights check for a minimum of 9 volts on the relay that is
located on the underside of the sensor illuminate. not “clicking”. If there is a minimum of 9 volts there,
When depressing the sensor, tilt either inward or check the output post on the relay in question for 12
outward from the machine, not fore/aft. The time volts. If there is no voltage at the output post, replace
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delay feature does not affect these indicator lights. the relay. If there is 12 volts at the output post when
One indicator light will illuminate when depress- there is a minimum of 9 volts at the signal post of the
ing the sensor in one direction and the other light relay in question, go to step 3.
will illuminate when depressing the sensor in the
other direction. If the indicator lights are working 3. Tilt Cylinder Valve
correctly, the level sensor is OK. Go to the step A. Turn the engine “OFF”, turn the key to the igni-
2. If both lights illuminate when depressing the tion position and turn the auto-level switch “ON”.
sensor, the sensor is being depressed too far. Very The valve is located under the pedestal and bolted
little movement of the sensor is required to prop- to a manifold on the main frame. Access the
erly test the sensor. If neither light works, check electrical connections at the valve by unscrewing
for 12 volts with a voltmeter at the red wire of the top cover of the valve body. Ensure all con-
the level sensor. Any one of the following items nections are good. There are two wires for each
could be causing the problem: of the two solenoids on the valve. One of these is
a ground and the other is the positive lead. With
someone moving the level sensor as described

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in steps 1 and 2 above, check for 12 volts at the


positive wires for both solenoids. If there is 12
volts at both solenoid positive wires, the problem
may be hydraulic. Go to step B.
B. Turn the engine “ON” and run at 1200 RPM.
Turn the auto-level switch “OFF” and tilt the
harvester with the manual valve. If the harvester
responds as expected, check the auto-level valve
located under the pedestal as described in 3A
above. This valve will have a manual override
button located in the end of each solenoid.

CAUTION
Use extreme caution when pushing the button in
as it will tilt the harvester if the valve is working
correctly.

If both manual buttons tilt the harvester, but the


auto-leveling system does not work, replace the
entire valve by unscrewing it from its aluminum
valve base/manifold.

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9117203 - ELECTRONIC COLOR SORTER INSTALLTION PARTS LIST


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 9117186 CABLE, 4 AWG, RED 171” 1
2 9117187 CABLE, 4 AWG,RED, 12” 1
3 9117188 CABLE, 4 AWG, BLCAK, 177” 1
4 9109647 JUNCTION BOX ASSEMBLY 4
5 68591 SOLENOID, 12 VOLT 1
6 71765 WIRE, 3 WIRE CABLE, 12 GA -
7 9117238 CABLE, COLORSORT, LEFT TO RIGHT 1

Fig. 8-4
ELECTRONIC COLOR SORTER INSTALLATION SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9117203

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9116977 - OPERATORS CONSOLE PARTS LIST


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 70367 RELAY, PANEL MOUNT, 12V 3
2 507215 SWITCH, IGNITION 1
3 67737 SWITCH, PUSH/PULL 7
4 330003 LIGHT, AMBER LED, ENGINE WARNING 1
5 330004 LIGHT, RED LED, ENGINE SHUT DOWN 1
6 507575 SWITCH, FREQUENCY INPUT 1
7 71496 DIODE, 6 AMP 1
8 507571 SWITCH, SPDT, 20A 1
10 68331 HOURMETER, HOBBS 1
12 68236 SWITCH, PUSH BUTTON, DPST, MOM-ON 1
15 68937 T-BLOCK, 8 POSITION 2
17 68210 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 40 AMP 2
18 68939 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 20 AMP 3
19 71430 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 15 AMP 4
20 68591 RELAY, NIGHT HARV. LIGHTS 1
23 9106190 SENSOR/MOUNT, BACK-UP ALARM 1
24 269202 GAUGE - HYD OIL TEMPERATURE 1
25 67094 TERMINAL BLOCK, 4-POS 1
26 269124 GAUGE - OIL PRESSURE 1
27 269127 GAUGE - COOLANT TEMP 1
28 269129 GAUGE - TACHOMETER 1
29 294006 HARNESS - T2, GAUGE JUMPER 9” 2

LOCATION OF CIRCUIT
BREAKERS AND RELAYS
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SORTER POWER
TERMINAL BLOCK
16 AWG, YELLOW SWITCH IGNITION CANOPY, REF 25
COLOR SORT S + 1 2 3 4
W/ BLACK STRIPE 16 AWG, RED 2 SWITCH -
ELECTRONIC SOLENOID
3
B+ TERMINAL OF BATTERY (12 AWG) 5 6 7 8
AUTO LEVEL - 16 AWG, RED 16 AWG, RED 16 AWG, RED B
AL B D STARTER RELAY (12 AWG)
SEE SCHEMATIC POS. #14 3
AUTO LEVEL I ACC
9111862 3 19 J ALTERNATOR IGNITION (18 AWG)
SWITCH
G SWITCHED B+ POWER TO ECU
18 AWG, PURPLE (ON/OFF) (12 AWG) QUADRASTAT CONTROL
W/ WHITE STRIPE 1 16 AWG, PURPLE 16 AWG, PURPLE 14 AWG, GREEN
MASTER CONTROL K LL AUTO HEADER PLATE
16 AWG, PURPLE 1 SHAKER POS. #8 2 W/ BLACK STRIPE
FOR SHAKER WW SWITCH
19 (OPTION)
3

YELLOW
14 AWG, RED WHITE GREY CBL, 2 WIRE
18 AWG, BLUE 16 AWG, BLUE 16 AWG, BLUE POS. 18 BLACK
ELEV. SOLENOID J W/ WHITE STRIPE 1 ELEVATOR 2 #4
19 POS. #6
16 AWG, GREEN 3 SWITCH
W/ WHITE STRIPE RED

JD 929, RED
16 AWG, GREEN 16 AWG, GREEN 10 23
MASTER CONTROL 2 16 AWG, GREEN
I 2 REVERSE
FOR HEADER W/ WHITE STRIPE 19 POS. #10
HEADER SWITCH SENSOR
3 16 AWG, BLUE
HOUR W/ WHITE STRIPE
BLACK
RED

14 AWG, ORANGE 6
T BACK-UP HORN
MASTER SWITCH H W/ WHITE STRIPE 16 AWG, RED W/ WHITE ST
14 AWG, ORANGE 1 14 AWG, ORANGE
MASTER CONTROL VV W/ WHITE STRIPE POS. #3 1 POS. #12
14 AWG, BLUE 18 16 AWG, RED
FNT COIL CONTROL
10 AWG, RED 18
FLEXAIR CONTROL 14 AWG, GREEN
Z W/ WHITE STRIPE
SEE: 9117253
YELLOW
3
15 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
ANALOG TACH 6 7 8

MASTER SW
SIGNAL - DEERE
LOOM 439 WHITE 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 18 AWG, GREEN
2
PP HIGH SPEED CONTROL
3 16 AWG, RED 18 AWG, BROWN RR
18 AWG, WHITE 4 W/ WHITE STRIPE HEADLAND SPEED CONTROL
PIN K

RED W/ WHITE
RED W/ WHITE
5

RED W/ WHITE
RED W/ WHITE
JD 21-PIN PIN H

YELLOW
CONNECTOR, 6 8 AWG, RED
O STARTER

YELLOW
Fig. 8-5

REF 7
8 SOLENOID
16 AWG, RED 16 AWG, WHT/BLK ST
FRONT HORN
16 AWG, WHT/BLK ST

RED
REAR HORN

RED
TO EMERGENCY 16 AWG, RED
KILL SWITCHES P HORN PWR 16 AWG, RED W/ WHITE STRIPE
BLACK 5 PL IN SERIES HORN
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BLACK FROM GAUGE


BUTTON

WARN LAMP - JD 916


1 18 AWG, BLACK
12
18 AWG, LT BLUE BLACK 14 AWG, GRAY HYD
16 AWG, BLACK
W/ WHITE STRIPE

7 HYD OIL TEMPERATURE


18 AWG, RED RED
SWTCHD PWR-JD 012 F 4
DRAWING 9116977 REV B (TIER 2)

RED SENDER
18 AWG, ORANGE BLACK YY 24
OPERATOR’S CONSOLE SCHEMATIC

AUX STOP - JD 473 D BLACK

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5 16 AWG, BLACK MANIFOLD 3 OIL
16 AWG, RED X
HARVESTER 16 AWG, BLACK 26
POS. #1 17 LIGHTS ZZ FLEXAIR CONTROL 29
TERMINAL BLOCK SWITCH
16 AWG, BLACK

10 AWG, GREEN
(PEDESTAL) N W/ WHITE STRIPE H O2
3 27
TERMINAL BLOCK 10 AWG, GREEN
M

10 AWG, RED
W/ WHITE STRIPE
(ENGINE BLOCK) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 29
POS. #2 17
E

10 AWG, RED
8 AWG, WHITE
NG
STARTER SOLENOID L
RA
28
,O
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RPM
WG
20 1 6A
REAR PANEL
16 AWG, BLACK TOOL COMP
8 AWG, BLACK
10 AWG, BLACK

GG
OPERATOR CONSOLE AF NIGHT STEERING COLUMN
GROUND @ LIGHTS
STARTER GROUND

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Parts Lists & Schematics

9116976 - ENGINE AREA PARTS LIST


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 5766644 CABLE, 1/0 GAUGE, 10” 1
2 9117172 CABLE, BATTERY, 48” LG, POS 1
3 9117173 CABLE, BATTERY, 48” LG, NEG 1
4 69472 SWITCH, HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL REF
5 67094 T-BLOCK, 4 POSITION 3
6 9113936 MOUNT, T-BLOCK,GROUNDING,ENGINE AREA 1
7 9115909 CONNECTOR, HYDROSTAT NEUTRAL SAFETY 1
8 69407 SWITCH, NEUTRAL SAFETY 1
9 68515 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 60 AMP 1
10 68939 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 20 AMP 1
11 123002 BATTERY, 12 VOLT, 8D 1
12 68234 TEMPERATURE SENDER, HYD TANK 1
13 5765088 LOCK OUT SWITCH KIT 1
14 9117186 CABLE, 4 GA RED, BATTERY TO ELC SLND 1
15 9117187 CABLE, 4 GA RED, SOLENOID TO JNC BOX 1
16 9117188 CABLE, 4 GA BLK, LOCKOUT TO SOLENOID 1
17 9117189 CABLE, 1 GA RED, STARTER TO JUMPER 1
18 9117190 CABLE, 1/0 GA BLACK, FRAME GROUND 2
19 5768039 CABLE, 1/0 GA RED, ALT. TO BATTERY 1
20 5768041 CABLE, 1/0 GA BLK, ALT TO ENG BLK 1
21 507682 LOCKOUT SWITCH, MASTER DISCONNECT 1
22 520132 TERMINAL, BATTERY JUMPER, BLACK 1
23 520133 TERMINAL, BATTERY JUMPER, RED 1
24 406069 START REALY 1
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For Continuation of Circuits


Refer to Drawing No. Below

WIRE NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER


H-M, O, AF, YY, VV CONSOLE 9116977
HH, AG SORTERS 9106268
DD, YY GENERAL 9116975

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Fig. 8-6
ENGINE AREA SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9116976 REV B

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9116975 - MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONS


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 71439 TERMINAL, PUSH-ON, FEMALE 1
2 71440 TERMINAL, PUSH-ON, MALE 1
3 9117278 HARNESS - MAIN 1
4 9117281 WIRE HARNESS, OPERATOR CONSOLE 1
5 507207 SWITCH, MOMENTARY PUSH BUTTON, WARNING HORN 2
6 67713 HORN, WARNING 2
7 330084 LAMP, RECTANGULAR, LED 16
8 67094 TERMINAL BLOCK, 4 POSITION 1
9 30121 HORN, BACK-UP 1
11 68234 SENDER, HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE 1
12 30733 WIRE, 14-2, SHEATHED A/R
13 330005 LIGHT, STEERING COLUMN GAUGES REF
14 9117280 LOOM, POWER 1

For Continuation of Circuits


Refer to Drawing No. Below

WIRE NUMBER DRAWING NUMBER


N, P, T, GG, PP, VV, I, RR CONSOLE 9116977
CC-EE, YY, DD ENGINE 9116976
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Fig. 8-7
MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL FUNCTIONS SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9116975 REV B 

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GENERAL HARVESTER SCHEMATIC


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 72024 LINEAR ACTUATOR 1
2 71946 SWITCH, TOGGLE 1
3 68330 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 30 AMP 1
4 68236 SWITCH, PUSH BUTTON 2
5 67737 SWITCH, PUSH-PULL (ON-OFF) 1
6 71025 RELAY 2
7 68312 SOLENOID, FLOW CONTROL VALVE 1

Fig. 8-8
AUTOMATIC HEADER CONTROL SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9106327 REV B

6 4
5
3 IGNITION
SWITCH REF.
2 NC
1
3 4
NO RED
UPPER SWITCH
BAT. + -
2 ACC.
7
RED IGN.
YELLOW

4
2 NC CONSOLE
Electrical

1
3 4
NO

LOWER SWITCH 1

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Fig. 8-9
GENERAL HARVESTER
SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9117204

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Introduction & Operation

Hydraulics
Introduction & Operation these three circuits through hydraulic manifold #1. This
manifold is attached to the primary hydraulic mounting
Your WSE harvester operates almost solely by hydrau-
plate located between the upper oil reservoir and the right
lics. The hydraulic systems on the harvester have been
suction fan duct. Also, attached to the mounting plate is
optimized to run with very efficient pumps and motors
manifold #1A. This smaller manifold provides speed con-
with the ability to run any circuit or combination of cir-
trols for the three vine removal chains behind the shaker.
cuits as fast as practical. This high efficiency keeps the
hydraulic oil temperature down and allows the engine to
Pump #2 is attached to the back end of pump #1 and pro-
use less horsepower. In order to maintain this high degree
vides oil to the following circuits: cutting device, header,
of efficiency, great care was taken to start with clean
dirt/cross conveyor, shaker rotation, side transfer/color
hydraulic oil. These hydraulic systems will provide long
sort, elevator/rear sort/side sort. The oil is distributed to
life and many hours of trouble-free harvesting provided
these circuits through two manifolds: manifold #2 and
proper maintenance is performed.
#3. Manifold #2 is located directly over the right side rear
side sort belt. This manifold accepts oil from pump #2
Four pumps drive the hydraulic circuits on the harvester.
and directs it to the side transfer/color sort and elevator/
All of these pumps are driven by the engine via the Durst
rear sort/side sort circuits and to manifold #3. Manifold
box.
#3 is the manifold mounted behind the operator’s pedestal
and provides oil to the cutting device, header, dirt belt/
The ground drive circuit is driven by a hydrostatic vari-
cross conveyor, and shaker rotation circuits.
able displacement piston pump (hydrostat) and is attached
to the left output hole of the Durst box. It provides oil to
This section provides details of each hydraulic circuit in
each of the four wheel motors which in turn drive the four
an easy to follow format with one overall diagram show-
reduction hubs attached to the wheels.
ing an overall hydraulic schematic in which all other
circuits are viewed.
Hydraulic power for the chopper, steering ,and hydrau-
lic cylinders is supplied by the auxiliary pump, or “piggy-
back” pump, which is mounted on the back of the hydro-
stat. This pump is a gear type pump and is the only “open
center” system on the harvester.

All of the remaining hydraulic functions, conveyors, fans,


shaker and cutting device, are supplied by two variable
displacement piston pumps that are tandem mounted on
the right output hole of the Durst box. These pumps are
the heart of the Johnson pressure compensated load sens-
ing hydraulic system. This highly advanced, yet simple
system, provides hydraulic oil in the most efficient man-
ner. Pressure compensation means the pumps will auto-
matically increase or decrease the flow of oil to maintain
a constant pressure. The load sensing feature allows the Hydraulics
pump to create only enough pressure to power the ap-
propriate hydraulic motor, suction fan, shaker, etc. All
of these circuits are “load sensing” except for the shaker
rotation circuit. By optimizing the output of the pumps,
the oil temperaure of the hydraulic system is maintained
at an optimum range of 130°F - 150°F, thereby providing
an environment where both maximum performance and
extended life of all components are achieved.

The first pump, pump #1, provides oil to the two suc-
tion fans and the shaker circuit. The oil is distributed to

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Maintenance or obstructions that could impair air flow through


each cooler. Impaired air flow can cause higher than
There are seven critical maintenance procedures which normal hydraulic oil temperature which can cause
must be followed to ensure optimum performance and the engine to run excessively hot. The main cooler
life. is mounted on the aft side of the engine radiator and
relies on the engine fan to pull cool air through it.
1. Cleanliness in servicing any hydraulic system is abso- The upper oil cooler is mounted near the upper oil
lutely necessary. If it is necessary to disassemble any reservoir. This cooler has an electric DC motor that
hydraulic components, make sure that a clean work activates when the pull switch fro the colorsorters is
area is used. Dirt should be removed before discon- on. The DC motor fan pulls air through the cooler for
necting lines. Fittings and ports should be plugged cooling. Blow out each side of the coolers with low
immediately after disconnecting. When disassembled, pressure compressed air.
parts should be cleaned only in clean solvent and
blown dry. 6. Drain all the hydraulic oil from the harvester at the
bottom of the lower oil reservoir every 2000 hours or
2. The proper oil level should be maintained in the up- annually whichever comes first. Refill with tractor
per oil reservoir. The Murphy float gauge should be hydraulic fluid, type ISO AW 68.
kept full when the oil is cold. When adding oil, it is
extremely important that only clean oil of the proper
type is used. Use only new oil. See the Routine Lubri-
cation Chart in Section 4. Do not overfill. The oil will
expand as it heats up.
3. Monitor the vacuum gauge located on the gauge panel
on the catwalk side of the lower oil reservoir. If this
gauge reads anything over 8 in. Hg. when the oil tem-
perature is 130°F or higher, the hydrostat filter is dirty
and should be replaced. See Section 4, Page 4-16.
4. There are three other hydraulic oil filters on the har-
vester: one return filter and two pressure filters.

The return filter is a canister type and is located inside


the lower oil reservoir. The filter head is exposed on
the outside of the tank which provides access to the
filter element. The element can be easily changed
by unscrewing 4 bolts on the filter head. The return
filter should be changed after the first 100 hours of
operation. From then on, the return filter should be
changed annually or when the return filter gauge
indicates yellow at normal hydraulic oil temperatures.
The return filter gauge and the hydraulic oil tempera-
ture gauges are both located on the lower hydraulic oil
tank. See Section 4, Page 4-16.
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The two pressure filters are located inside the engine


compartment and are attached to hydraulic manifolds
#1 and #2. These are canister type filters also. The
element can be easily removed by unscrewing the hex
nut at the bottom of each canister. WSE recommends
that these filters be changed after the first 100 hours
and then every 500 hours of operation thereafter.
5. There are two hydraulic oil coolers on the harvester.
Both must be cleaned several times per day for debris

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SYSTEM PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS


CIRCUIT PRESSURE
Ground Drive - High Pressure 6750 PSI Relief Valve Setting
- Pressure Override Valve 5750 PSI Pres. Ovride Vlv Setting
- Charge Pressure (400 PSI) 300 PSI Relief Valve Seeting
(Adjust relief valve to allow 4 GPM
to drain to tank)
Front Steering and all Hydraulic Cylinder (except rear steering) 2500 PSI Relief Valve Setting
Relief at Flow Div./Relief Valve
Hydraulic Cylinders (except front & rear steering) 2500 PSI Relief Valve Setting
Relief at 5 Bank Valve
Rear Steering Valve and Cylinder 3000 PSI Relief Valve setting
Chopper Relief at Priority Flow Valve
Pumps #1 & #2 4500 PSI Relief Valve Setting
Pump #1 3100 PSI Max Working Pressure
Pump #2 3100 PSI Max Working Pressure
Pump #1 & #2 300 PSI Standy Pressure

PUMP SIZE AND FLOW SPECIFICATIONS


LOC P/N PUMP CIRCUITS DISPLACEMENT MAX FLOW MIN FLOW
Pump #1 71653 Shaker, Front Vine Chain, Fruit 4.33 Cu. In. 43.0 GPM 36.0 GPM
Chain, Trans. Roller, RH & LH
Suction Fans
Pump #2 71654 Cutting Tool, Lower Vine 4.33 Cu. In. 43.0 GPM 36.0 GPM
Chain, Top Belt, Header, Vine
Assist, Dirt Belt, Cross Con-
veyor, Trash Rollers, Shaker
Rotation, Side Trans., Color
Belts, Rear Side Sorts, Rrear
Sort, Elevator
Pump 397271 SEC 1 - Chopper 1.97 Cu. In. 20 GPM 15 GPM

SEC 2 - Steering, Cooler, and 1.48 Cu. In. 15 GPM 12 GPM


all Hydraulic Cylinders

NOTE: The above flow specifications are pump output specifications, not system settings.
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Parts Lists & Schematics

9117175 - HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC - SYSTEM OVERVIEW�������������������������������������������������������� 9-6


9117147 - MANIFOLD #1 - FANS, SHAKER ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-10
9117146 - MANIFOLD #1A - VTA������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-11
9117144 - MANIFOLD #2 - SIDE TX, COLOR SORT, RSS, RS������������������������������������������������������� 9-12
9117145 - MANIFOLD #3 - CUTTING DEVICE, HEADER, DIRT, BRUSH ROT�������������������������� 9-15
9111867 - PUMP #1������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-16
9111868 - PUMP #2������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-18
9113923 - CUTTING CIRCUIT������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-20
9113924 - HEADER CIRCUIT ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-22
9113925 - DIRT SORT CIRCUIT, TRASH RLRS, CROSS CONV, TRANS RLR, FRUIT CROSS�� 9-24
9111485 - SHAKER ROTATION CIRCUIT���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-26
9111486 - SIDE TRANSFER & COLOR SORT CIRCUIT������������������������������������������������������������������ 9-28
9111487 - ELELVATOR, REAR SORT & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT ������������������������������������������ 9-30
9111487 - RAISED AFTERSORT, ELEVATOR, REAR SORT,, & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT���� 9-32
9111488 - RIGHT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-34
9111527 - LEFT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-36
9113926 - SHAKER, FRONT CHAIN, TOP BELT, & LOWER VTA CHAIN CIRCUIT������������������ 9-38
9117176 - STEERING CIRCUIT���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-42
9111532 - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER SCHEMATIC�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-46
9111861 - AUTOMATIC LEVELING LINE ROUTING �������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-50
9117399 - MASTER HYRAULIC LINE ROUTING �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-52
9117750 - FT4 MASTER HYD LINE ROUTING�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9-58

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9117175 - HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC - SYSTEM OVERVIEW


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 9111867 SCHEMATIC, PUMP #1 LINE ROUTING -
2 9111868 SCHEMATIC, PUMP #2 LINE ROUTING -
3 9113923 SCHEMATIC, CUTTING CIRCUIT LINE ROUTING -
4 9113924 SCHEMATIC, HEADER LINE ROUTING -
5 9113925 SCHEMATIC, DIRT CONVEYOR LINE ROUTING -
6 9111485 SCHEMATIC, SHAKER ROTATION LINE ROUTING -
7 9111486 SCHEMATIC, SIDE TRANSFER/COLOR SORT LINE ROUTING -
8 9111487 SCHEMATIC, ELEVATOR / SORTING BELT LINE ROUTING -
9 9111488 SCHEMATIC, RIGHT SUCTION FAN LINE ROUTING -
10 9111527 SCHEMATIC, LEFT SUCTION FAN LINE ROUTING -
11 9113926 SCHEMATIC, SHAKER LINE ROUTING -
12 9117176 SCHEMATIC, STEERING LINE ROUTING -
13 9117177 SCHEMATIC, AIR COMPRESSOR / HYD OIL COOLER -
14 9111532 SCHEMATIC, HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS LINE ROUTING -
15 9116830 SCHEMATIC, GROUND DRIVE CIRCUIT LINE ROUTING -
16 9117147 MANIFOLD, VALVE, SUCTION FANS AND SHAKER 1
17 9117146 MANIFOLD, VALVE, VINE TAKE AWAY 1
18 9117144 MANIFOLD, VALVE, SIDE TRANSFER, COLOR/SIDE SORTS 1
19 9117145 MANIFOLD, VALVE, CUTTER HEADER, DIRT, SHAKER ROT 1
20 9111055 MANIFOLD, RETURN, LEFT 1
21 9111052 MANIFOLD, RETURN, RIGHT 1
22 9117150 MANIFOLD, RETURN, FINAL 1
23 9112076 TUBE, MANIFOLD #3 LOAD SENSE 1
24 9112075 TUBE, MANIFOLD #3 SUPPLY 1
25 71836 HOSE, 3/4x62, C2AT, 16MJ - 12FJX 90° 1
26 69856 HOSE, 3/8x52, C2AT, 6MJ - 6FJX 45° 1
27 71779 ADAPTER, 10MB - 12MJ - 12MJ 1
28 60821 ADAPTER, 6MB - 6MJ 1
29 71781 ADAPTER, 6MB - 6MJ - 6MJ 1
30 71843 HOSE, 3/8x44, 2C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 90° 2
31 60981 ADAPTER, 6MJ - 6MJ - 6MJ 1
32 30246 ADAPTER, 12MB - 16MJ 90° 1
33 60886 ADAPTER, 10MB - 12MB 90° 1
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34 71530 HOSE, 3/8x15, C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 90° 1


35 69512 HOSE, 3/8x24, C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 90° 1
36 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB - 10MJ 1
37 60925 ADAPTER, 10MJ - 10FJX 90° 1
38 9112072 TUBE, MANIFOLD #2 DRAIN 1
39 30227 ADAPTER, 10MB - 10MJ, LONG 1
40 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB - 10MJ 2
41 70346 HOSE, 1/2x55, C2AT, 10FJX - 10FJX 90° 1
42 71694 QUICK CONNECT, OIL PRESSURE, BULKHEAD, 6MJ THRD 2

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9117175 - HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC - SYSTEM OVERVIEW


43 71677 CAP, RUBBER, QUICK CONNECT 2
44 9113093 PLATE, MOUNTING FOR MANIFOLD 1 AND 1A 1
45 9111432 BAR, MOUNTING, PRESSURE FILTER 1
46 60842 ADAPTER, 16MB - 16MJ 90° 1
47 72465 HOSE, 1x61, C1T, 16FJX - 16FJX 1
48 60851 ADAPTER, 24MP - 24MJ 1
49 71814 HOSE, 1-1/2x110, 1W, 24FJX - 24FJX 1
50 60853 ADAPTER, 24MP - 24MJ 90° 1
51 60831 ADAPTER, 8MP - 10MJ 90° 1
52 70571 HOSE, 1/2x36, C2AT, 10MJ - 10FJX 1
53 9107050 TUBE, 5/8 DIA, 32” STRAIGHT, 10FJX - 10FJX 1
54 69696 HOSE, 1/2x66, C2AT, 10MJ - 10FJX 90° 1
55 60830 ADAPTER, 8MP - 10 MJ 1
56 101528 ADAPTER, 32MB - 32MJ 90° 2
57 299229 HOSE, 2x66, C1T, 32FJX-32FJX 1
58 60889 ADAPTER, 16MB - 16MJ 1
59 253179 FILTER ASSEMBLY, 3 MICRON, 2”INLET 1
60 71671 FILTER ELEMENT 1

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9117147 - MANIFOLD #1 - FANS, SHAKER


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 111424 MANIFOLD,PRIMARY CIRCUIT,FLOW CONTROL 1
2 177115 VALVE, SOLENOID, CARTRIDGE 3
3 71675 VALVE, CHECK 3
4 350548 NIPPLE, PRESS. CHECK, QUICK ACTION 3
5 71677 CAP, NIPPLE, RUBBER 3
6 71596 PLUG, SOCKET HD., 6MB, W/ O-RING 4
7 207044 COIL (FOR ITEM 2) 3
8 60822 ADPT, 6MB-6MJ, 90° 4
9 71776 ADPT, 20MB-20MB 1
10 60834 ADPT, 10MB-6MJ 1
11 60835 ADPT, 10MB-10MJ 3

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9117146 - MANIFOLD #1A - VTA


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 9111428 MANIFOLD, PUMP CONTROL 1
2 71678 FLOW CONTROL, SUN 2
3 71596 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 6MB 3
4 177118 VALVE, SOLENOID, CARTRIDGE 1
5 71680 VALVE, RELIEF 1
6 9111448 ORIFICE, 1/16 NPT PIPE PLUG 1
7 207045 COIL(FOR ITEM 4) 1
8 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ,90 1
9 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ 1
10 60829 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ,.90 1
11 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 1

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9117144 - MANIFOLD #2 - SIDE TX, COLOR SORT, RSS, RS


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 71678 FLOW CONTROL, PRESSURE COMPENSATED 2
2 71682 FLOW CONTROL, PRESSURE COMPENSATED 3
3 350548 NIPPLE, PRESSURE CHECKING, QUICK ATTACH 2
4 71677 CAP, NIPPLE, RUBBER 2
5 71596 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 6MB, W/ O-RING 10
6 71675 VALVE, CHECK 2
7 177115 VALVE, SOLENOID, N/C, POPPET,CARTRIDGE 2
8 177118 VALVE, SOLENOID, N/O, POPPET,CARTRIDGE 1
9 71680 VALVE, RELIEF 1
10 99066 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 4MB, W/ O-RING 1
11 99065 VALVE,SOLENOID,2-POS,3-WAY,CARTRIDGE 1
12 177116 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 8MB, W/ O-RING 1
13 9111448 ORIFICE, 1/16 NPT PIPE PLUG 1
14 9111007 MANIFOLD, SIDE TRANS./REAR SORT 1
15 207044 COIL, FOR ITEM 7 2
16 207043 COIL, FOR ITEM 12 1
17 207045 COIL, FOR ITEM 8 1
18 60822 ADPT, 6MB-6MJ, 90° 1
19 60925 ADPT, 10MJ-10FJX, 90° 2
20 60828 ADPT, 8MB-10MJ 2
21 30246 ADPT, 12MB-16MJ, 90° 1
22 60838 ADPT, 12MB-10MJ 3
23 71781 ADPT, TEE, 6MB-6MJ-6MJ 1
* 71776 ADPT,20MB-20MB 1
* 71668 FILTER ASSY, HRD OIL, PRESS,3MIC 1
* 71782 ADAPTER - TUBE, 16MJ-20MB-90 1
* 71780 ADAPTER - TUBE, 16MB-16FJX 1
* 71692 VALVE, BALL, HI PRESS, 1IN O-RING 1
* 71787 ADAPTER - TEE, 16MB-16MJ-16MJ 1
* 71752 ADAPTER - TUBE, 10FJ-6MJ 1
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MANIFOLD #2
DRAWING 9117144 Rev. A 

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9117145 - MANIFOLD #3 - CUTTING DEVICE, HEADER, DIRT, BRUSH ROT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 71678 FLOW CONTROL, PRESSURE COMP., 12GPM 2
2 71682 FLOW CONTROL, PRESSURE COMP., 6 GPM 2
3 177115 VALVE, SOLENOID, CARTRIDGE 4
4 350548 NIPPLE, PRESSURE CHECKING,QUICK-ATTACH 4
5 71677 CAP, NIPPLE, RUBBER 4
6 71675 VALVE, CHECK 3
7 99066 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 4MB, W/ O-RING 3
8 71596 PLUG, SOCKET HEAD, 6MB, W/ O-RING 2
9 9111008 MANIFOLD,CUTTING,HEADER,DIRT & ROT. CIRCUITS 1
10 207044 COIL (FOR ITEM 3) 4
11 71941 PLUG CAVITY 1
12 71779 ADPT, TEE, 12MJ-10MB-12MJ 1
13 60821 ADPT., 6MB-6MJ 1
14 60838 ADPT., 12MB-10MJ 2
15 60835 ADPT., 10MB-10MJ 1
16 60834 ADPT., 10MB-6MJ 1
17 60886 ADPT., 10MB-12MJ, 90° 1
18 9111955 TUBE, X-OVER ASSY., MANIFOLD #3 1

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9111867 - PUMP #1
ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 71816 HOSE, 2” x 108”, 32FL-32FL90, HOSE, SUCTION 1
2 262272 FLANGE, KIT, SPLIT, 2”, CODE 61 1
70263 BOLT, HH, 1/2-13NC X 1-1/2 LG, GD 5 -
71783 O-RING, 2”, ARP -228 -
556041 LOCK WASHER, 1/2” -
6 71653 PUMP, PRIMARY, W/ THRU DRIVE 1
71860 COMPENSATOR -
7 262169 FLANGE, KIT, SPLIT, 1”, CODE 61 1
8 69254 BOLT, HH, 3/8-16NC X 1-1/4 LG, GD 5 -
9 69301 O-RING, 1”, CODE 61, FOR SPLIT FLANGE -
10 556038 LOCK WASHER, 3/8” -
11 71838 HOSE, 1”X47 16FL22-1/2-16FJX 1
12 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 1
13 60947 ADAPTER, 4MB-6MJ 1
14 71834 HOSE, 3/8” x 90”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 1
15 71787 ADAPTER, 16MB-16MJ-16MJ 1
16 71788 ADAPTER, 10MJ-16FJ 1
17 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ-10FJ 1
18 69513 HOSE, 3/8” x 27”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 1
19 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ90 1
20 71692 BALL VALVE 1
21 71780 ADAPTER, 16MB-16FJX 1
22 71782 ADAPTER, 20MB-16MJ90 1
23 71668 PRESSURE FILTER ASSEMBLY 1
71669 FILTER ELEMENT, Pressure Filter -
24 71776 ADAPTER, 20MB-20MB 1
25 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1
26 69864 1/2X36 10FJX-10FJX 1
27 556045 WASHER, LOCK, 5/8 2
28 143039 BOLT, HH, 5/8-11NC X 1-3/4LG, GD5 2
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PUMP #1
HYD LINE W/ MACHINE LAYOUT
DRAWING 9111867 Rev C
9111867 - Pump #1, HYD LINE/ MACHINE LAYOUT

HYD. MANIFOLD 1

23

20
EXP. TANK

6 PANEL
GAUGE

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9111868 - PUMP #2
ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 71815 HOSE, 2” X 119”, SUCTION, 32FL-32FL90 1
2 262272 FLANGE, HALF, SPLIT 2
3 70263 BOLT, 1/2” -
4 71783 O-RING -
5 Stock LOCK WASHER, 1/2” -
6 71654 PUMP 1
71860 COMPENSATOR 1
7 262169 FLANGE, HALF, SPLIT 1
8 69254 BOLT, 3/8” -
9 69301 O-RING -
10 Stock LOCK WASHER, 3/8” -
11 71839 HOSE, 1” X 55”, 4W,16FL-16FJX90 -
12 71843 HOSE, 3/8” X 44”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 1
13 60947 ADAPTER, 4MB-6MJ 1
14 71536 HOSE, 3/8” X 61”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 1
15 71787 ADAPTER, 16MB-16MJ-16MJ 1
16 71788 ADAPTER, 10MJ-16FJ 1
17 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ-10FJ 1
18 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 1
19 69818 HOSE, 1/2” X 25”, 2W,10FJX-10FJX 1
20 71692 BALL VALVE 1
21 71780 ADAPTER, 16MB-16FJX 1
22 71782 ADAPTER, 20MB-16MJ90 1
23 71668 PRESSURE FILTER ASSEMBLY 1
71669 FILTER ELEMENT, PRESSURE FILTER 1
24 71776 ADAPTER, 20MB-20MB 1
25 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1
26 REF. BOLT-M16-2.0 X 40MM LG. 2
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PUMP #2
HYD LINE W/ MACHINE LAYOUT
DRAWING 9111868 Rev C
9111868 - Pump #2, HYD LINE/ MACHINE LAYOUT

EXP. TANK
20
6

PANEL
GAUGE

ENGINE 23

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9113923 - CUTTING CIRCUIT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60838 ADAPTER, 12MB-10MJ 1
2 69977 HOSE, 1/2” X 75”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX90 1
3 69974 HOSE, 1/2” X 44”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX90 1
4 9107631 TUBE, 5/8” X 96”, SICKLE FEED 1
5 71021 HOSE, 1/2” X 40”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX45 2
6 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ, USE QTY. 4 FOR TURNING DISCS 3
7 71685 RODWEEDER MOTOR 1
70171 SEAL KIT 1
72062 SICKLE MOTOR 1
70170 SEAL KIT 1
71930 TURNING DISC MOTOR SEAL KIT IS 71865 2
8 9107632 TUBE, 5/8” X 98”, CUTTER RETURN 1
9 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1
10 9114293 TUBE, 5/8” X 68”, TURNING DISC MOTORS 2
11 60880 ADAPTER, 10MJ-10MJ 2
12 699972 HOSE, 1/2” X 19”, 10MJ-10FJX90 2
13 69814 HOSE, 1/2” X 22”, 10FJX-10FJX90 1
14 69827 HOSE, 1/2” X 53”, 10MJ-10FJX90 1
15 69831 HOSE, 1/2” X 70”, 10MJ-10FJX90 1
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CUTTING CIRUIT LAYOUT


DRAWING 9113923 Rev A
9113923 - CUTTING CIRCUIT LAYOUT

8 4

9111052
RETURN MANIFOLD

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9113924 - HEADER CIRCUIT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60838 ADAPTER, 12MB-10MJ 1
2 69696 HOSE, 1/2” x 66”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX90 1
3 9107047 TUBE, 5/8” x 52”, Header Lift 1
4 69975 HOSE, 1/2” x 48”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX 1
5 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 6
6 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1
7 69973 HOSE, 1/2” x 35”, 2W,10FJX-10FJX90 1
8 71049 HOSE, 1/2” x 49”, 2W,10FJX-10FJX90 1
9 69810 HOSE, 1/2” x 15”, 2W,10FJX-10FJX90 1
10 69943 HOSE, 1/2” x 37”, 2W,10MJ-10FJX90 1
11 9107634 5/8x42, HEADER RETURN 1
12 69997 MOTOR, UPR & LWR HDR, V/A, MF10-09-13AAA 3
13 71687 MOTOR, Anti-Backfeed Roller, MF08-09-13AAA 1
14 69801 HOSE, 1/2” x 21” , 2W,10MJ-10FJX90 1
15 60852 ADAPTER, TEE, 10MB - 10MJ - 10MJ 2
16 60925 ADAPTER, 10MJ - 10FJX 90 1
17 60829 ADAPTER, 8MB - 10MJ 90 2
18 72011 HOSE, 1/2 X 115, 2W, 10FJX - 10FJX 90 1
19 72012 HOSE, 1/2 X 135, 2W, 10FJX - 10FJX 90 1
20 405046 VALVE, FLOW REGULATOR, 8FB PORTS 1
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HEADER CIRCUIT
DRAWING 9113924
9113925 - CUTTING Rev
CIRCUIT B
LAYOUT

RETURN MANIFOLD
9111052

LHS MOTOR
CROSS CONVEYOR
9117145
LHS MOTOR 8 OPERATOR
DIRT BELT RHS MOTOR MANIFOLD
CROSS CONVEYOR
9
RHS MOTOR
13 8 9 DIRT BELT

RHS MOTOR
TRASH ROLLER

10 10
11
LHS MOTOR
TRASH ROLLER
4
MOTOR
FRUIT CHAIN

EXP. TANK

Hydraulics

ENGINE

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9113925 - DIRT SORT CIRCUIT, TRASH RLRS, CROSS CONV, TRANS RLR, FRUIT CROSS
ITEM STD # 80 # STD QTY 80 QTY 80 LG DESCRIPTION
1 60835 60835 10MB-10MJ 10 10
2 70346* 5750076* 1/2X55 10FJX-10FJX90 1 1 65
3 69801 69801 1/2X21-2W- 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
4 60836 60836 10MB-10MJ45° 4 4
5 69810 69810 1/2X15 10FJX-10FJX90 2 2
6 70240* 5750078* 1/2X40 10FJX-10FJX90 2 2 51
7 69801 69801 1/2X21 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
8 71687 71687 MOTOR, CROSS CONVEYOR, MF08-09-13AAAA 2 2
9 71686 71686 MOTOR, DIRT BELT, MF06-09-13AAAA 2 2
10 69997 69997 MOTOR,TRASH & TRANS. ROLR,MF10-09-13AAAA 3 3
11 107057 107057 5/8X39, LHS DIRT BELT FEED 1 1
12 69975* 5767693 1/2X48 10MJ-10FJX 1 1 58
13 107050 107050 5/8X33, LHS DIRT BELT RETURN 1 1
14 60837 60837 10MB-10MJ90 4 4
15 69863 69863 1/2X31 10FJX-10FJX 1 1
16 30227 30227 1/2X22 10FJX-10FJX90 1 1
17 69995 69995 MOTOR, FRUIT CHAIN, MF12-09-13AAAA 1 1
18 72061 72061 1/2X100 10MJ-10FJX 1 1
* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard
LHS CROSS LHS TRASH LHS DIRT
3 CONVEYOR ROLLER BELT
MTR MTR MTR

1
6 5 4
13 10
8 14 12
9
1 1
14
4
FRUIT
CHAIN
15 18 11
MTR

17
16
4
RHS RETURN MANIFOLD
(LKG OUTWD, RHS)
Hydraulics

7
2 RHS TRASH
ROLLER
7 8 7 8 7 8 7 8
9 0 1

9 0 1

9 0 1

9 0 1
4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

RHS DIRT RHS CROSS


2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3

BELT CONVEYOR
MTR MTR MTR

1
1 4
5 14
1 8
9
OPERATOR MANIFOLD, REF. 1 6
(LKG INWD, RHS)
10
14

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DIRT SORT CIRCUIT


DRAWING 9113925 Rev B
9113925 - CUTTING CIRCUIT LAYOUT

RETURN MANIFOLD
9111052

LHS MOTOR
CROSS CONVEYOR
9117145
LHS MOTOR 8 OPERATOR
DIRT BELT RHS MOTOR MANIFOLD
CROSS CONVEYOR
9
RHS MOTOR
13 8 9 DIRT BELT

RHS MOTOR
TRASH ROLLER

10 10
11
LHS MOTOR
TRASH ROLLER
4
MOTOR
FRUIT CHAIN

EXP. TANK

Hydraulics

ENGINE

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9111485 - SHAKER ROTATION CIRCUIT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60834 ADAPTER, 10MB-6MJ 2
2 71853 HOSE, 3/8” X 17”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX90 1
3 60865 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ, BULKHEAD 1
4 69507 HOSE, 3/8” X 36”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX 2
5 69999 MOTOR, SHAKER ROTATION 1
70170 SEAL KIT FOR 69999 N/A
6 60806 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ90, BULKHEAD 1
7 71854 HOSE, 3/8” X 36”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX90 1
8 60868 ADAPTER - TUBE, 6MJ-6FJX,90 2

7 1
6

8 RHS RETURN MANIFOLD, REF.


5 (LKG DOWN)

1
SHAKER MTR
7 8 7 8 7 8 7 8
9 0 1

9 0 1

9 0 1

9 0 1
4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

ROTATION
2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3

HYDRAULIC MANIFOLD #3, REF.


Hydraulics

4 1
3 2

FRONT

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SHAKER ROTATION CIRCUIT


DRAWING 9111485 Rev 0
9111485 - SHAKER ROTATION CIRCUIT

RETURN MANIFOLD
9111052

9117145
OPERATOR
MANIFOLD

EXP. TANK

Hydraulics

ENGINE

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9111486 - SIDE TRANSFER & COLOR SORT CIRCUIT


ITEM STD # 80 # DESCRIPTION STD QTY 80 QTY
1 60838 60838 ADAPTER,12MB-10MJ 1 1
2 9112065 9112065 TUBE,5/8” X 85”, SIDE TRANSFER FEED 1 1
3 69974 69974 HOSE,1/2X44”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 2 2
4 60835 60835 ADAPTER,10MB-10MJ 8 8
5 71687* 69997* MOTOR,SIDE TRANSFER 2 2
6 71686* 71687* MOTOR, COLOR SORT 2 2
70171 70171 SEAL KIT, FOR ABOVE 2 MOTORS N/A N/A
7 69822 69822 HOSE,1/2X30”, 2W, 10MJ-10MJX90 3 3
8 9112034 9112034 TUBE,5/8” X 81”, SIDE TRANSFER CROSS #1 1 1
9 60925 60925 ADAPTER,10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
10 71821 71821 HOSE,1/2 X 27”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
11 9112035 9112035 TUBE,5/8”X83”, SIDE TRANSFER CROSS #2 1 1
12 69827 69827 HOSE,1/2X53”, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
13 60856 60856 ADAPTER,10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1 1
14 60828 60828 ADAPTER,8MB-10MJ 1 1
15 60837 60837 ADAPTER,10MB-10MJ,90 1 1
16 9112066 9112066 TUBE,5/8”X85” COLOR SORT BLEED 1 1
17 9112036 9112036 TUBE,5/8”X85”, SIDE TRANSFER CROSS #3 1 1
18 69943 69943 HOSE,1/2X37”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
19 69973 69973 HOSE,1/2X35”, 2W, 10FJX-10FJX90 1 1
* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard
5 LHS SIDE
TRANSFER
MTR

LHS COLOR
19 6 SORT BELT

15
MTR
7

18 17 10
LHS RETURN 3
MANIFOLD, REF. 6 8
(LKG OUTWD, LHS)
9 11
14
MTR RHS COLOR
SORT BELT
Hydraulics

12

7
16 13 RHS SIDE 7
TRANSFER
1 MTR

2 3 5 4 8 PL

HYDRAULIC MANIFOLD #2
(LKG OUTWD, RHS)

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SIDE TRANSFER & COLOR SORT CIRCUIT


9111486 - DRAWING 9111486
SIDE TRANSFER Rev A
& COLOR SORT CIRCUIT

8 RHS SIDE
11 5 TRANSFER

LHS SIDE
TRANSFER 5

17
LHS COLOR 6
SORT BELT
6
RHS COLOR
LHS RETURN MANIFOLD SORT BELT

EXP. TANK
2

16
ENGINE
HYD. MANIFOLD 2
Hydraulics

HYD. TANK

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9111487 - ELELVATOR, REAR SORT & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT


ITEM STD # 80 # DESCRIPTION STD QTY 80 QTY 80 LG
1 60838 60838 ADAPTER, 12MB-10MJ 2 2
2 9112067 9112067 TUBE, 5/8” X 115”, ELEVATOR FEED 1 1
3 71846* 299263* HOSE, 1/2” X 135”, 2W, 10MJ-10MJ 1 1 145”
4 9107062 9107062 TUBE, 5/8” X 83”, ELEV MTR FEED & RETURN 2 2
5 70351 70351 HOSE, 1/2” X 125”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX, W/COVER 2 2
6 60835 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 7 7
7 71867 71867 MOTOR, ELEVATOR SEAL KIT 71865 1 1
8 9112068 9112068 TUBE, 5/8” X 112-1/4”, RSS BLEED 1 1
9 69980* 299261* HOSE, 1/2” X 108”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX 1 1 118”
10 60836 60836 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ45 1 1
11 71687 71687 MOTOR, RS& RSS, SEAL KIT IS 70171 3 3
12 69864* 299253* HOSE, 1/2” X 36”, 2W, 10FJX-1-FJX 1 1 57”
13 60856 60856 ADAPTER, 10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1 1
14 69867* 69826* HOSE, 1/2” X 61”, 2W, 10FJX-10FJX90 1 1 44”
15 60837 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1 1
16 69817* 299251* HOSE, 1/2” X 24”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX 1 1 26”
17 69804* 299252* HOSE, 1/2” X 32”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1 89”
17a 69804 69804 HOSE, 1/2” X 32”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
18 9107634 9107634 TUBE, 5/8” X 42” REAR SIDE SORT RETURN 1 1
19 60947 60947 ADAPTER, 4MB-6MJ 1 1
20 72060 72060 HOSE, 3/8” X 136”, 6MJ-6FJX90 1 1
21 91113927 91113927 TUBE, 3/8” X 81”, CS DRN, ELEV. MTR, UPPER 1 1
22 72059 72059 HOSE, 3/8” X 129”, 6MJ-6MJ 1 1
23 9106996 9106996 TUBE, 3/8” X 50”, CS DRN, ELEV. MTR, LOWER 1 1
24 72058 72058 HOSE, 3/8” X 93”, 6MJ-6FJX90 1 1
25 60823 60823 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MP 1 1
26 71758 71758 ADAPTER, 8MJ-10FJ 1 1
27 71753 71753 ADAPTER, 8MB-8FJX 1 1
28 71697 71697 CHECK VALVE 1 1
29 60828 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ 1 1
30 60879 60879 ADPT,TEE,6FJX-6MJ-6MJ 1 1
31 60868 60868 ADAPTER - TUBE, 6MJ-6FJX,90 1 1
* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard
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EXPANSION TANK, REF.


11 6
25 30 31

LHS REAR
18 ELEVATOR, REAR SORT, & REAR
SIDE SORT
15
LHS RETURN SIDE SORT CIRCUIT
MANIFOLD, REF.
DRAWING 9111487 Rev B
MTR

(LKG OUTWD, LHS)


24
14
17 17a
6
CONTROL MANIFOLD FOR ELEV.
23 RHS REAR AND SIDE TRANS. CIRCUITS.
SIDE SORT 13 (LKG INWD, RHS)
11
MTR
9111487 - ELEVATOR, REAR SORT & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT
12
REAR SORT 8
22 10 6
28
9 7 8 7 8

9 0 1
4 5 6

9 0 1
4 5 6
16
2 3 2 3
7 8 7 8

MTR

9 0 1

9 0 1
4 5 6

4 5 6
2 3 2 3

21
29
11
27 26
4

5 4 1
20 3 2
5

7
6
MTR
6 FRONT
ELEVATOR
19

LHS RETURN MANIFOLD

EXP. TANK
23
18

HYD. MANIFOLD 2

LHS REAR
SIDE SORT 21
1 Hydraulics
11 ENGINE
2 28 ELEVATOR

4 4
11 7
HYD. TANK 11
RHS REAR MOTOR
SIDE SORT REARSORT

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9111487 - RAISED AFTERSORT, ELEVATOR, REAR SORT,, & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT
ITEM STD # 80 # DESCRIPTION STD QTY 80 QTY 80 LG
1 60838 60838 ADAPTER, 12MB-10MJ 2 2
2 9112067 9112067 TUBE, 5/8” X 115”, ELEVATOR FEED 1 1
3 71846* 299263* HOSE, 1/2” X 135”, 2W, 10MJ-10MJ 1 1 145”
4 9107062 9107062 TUBE, 5/8” X 83”, ELEV MTR FEED & RETURN 2 2
5 70351 70351 HOSE, 1/2” X 125”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX, W/COVER 2 2
6 60835 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 7 7
7 71867 71867 MOTOR, ELEVATOR SEAL KIT 71865 1 1
8 9112068 9112068 TUBE, 5/8” X 112-1/4”, RSS BLEED 1 1
9 69980* 299261* HOSE, 1/2” X 108”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX 1 1 118”
10 60836 60836 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ45 1 1
11 71687 71687 MOTOR, RS & RSS, SEAL KIT IS 70171 3 3
12 69864* 299253* HOSE, 1/2” X 36”, 2W, 10FJX-1-FJX 1 1 57”
13 60856 60856 ADAPTER, 10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1 1
14 69826* 71502* HOSE, 1/2” X 44”, 2W, 10FJX-10FJX90 1 1 66”
15 60837 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1 1
16 299251* 70571* HOSE, 1/2” X 26”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX 1 1 36”
17 299252* 72061* HOSE, 1/2” X 89”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1 100”
17a 69804 69804 HOSE, 1/2” X 32”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1 1
18 9107634 9107634 TUBE, 5/8” X 42” RSS RETURN 1 1
19 60947 60947 ADAPTER, 4MB-6MJ 1 1
20 72060 72060 HOSE, 3/8” X 136”, 6MJ-6FJX90 1 1
21 91113927 91113927 TUBE, 3/8” X 81”, CS DRN, ELEV MTR, UPPER 1 1
22 72059 72059 HOSE, 3/8” X 129”, 6MJ-6MJ 1 1
23 9106996 9106996 TUBE, 3/8” X 50”, CS DRN, ELEV MTR, LOWER 1 1
24 72058 72058 HOSE, 3/8” X 93”, 6MJ-6FJX90 1 1
25 60823 60823 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MP 1 1
26 71758 71758 ADAPTER, 8MJ-10FJ 1 1
27 71753 71753 ADAPTER, 8MB-8FJX 1 1
28 71697 71697 CHECK VALVE 1 1
29 60828 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ 1 1
30 60879 60879 ADPT,TEE,6FJX-6MJ-6MJ 1 1
31 60868 60868 ADAPTER - TUBE, 6MJ-6FJX,90 1 1
* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard
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EXPANSION TANK, REF.


11 6
25 30 31

LHS REAR
18 ELEVATOR, REAR SORT, & REAR
SIDE SORT
15
LHS RETURN SIDE SORT CIRCUIT
MANIFOLD, REF.
DRAWING 9111487 Rev B
MTR

(LKG OUTWD, LHS)


24
14
17 17a
6
CONTROL MANIFOLD FOR ELEV.
23 RHS REAR AND SIDE TRANS. CIRCUITS.
SIDE SORT 13 (LKG INWD, RHS)
11
MTR
9111487 - ELEVATOR, REAR SORT & REAR SIDE SORT CIRCUIT
12
REAR SORT 8
22 10 6
28
9 7 8 7 8

9 0 1
4 5 6

9 0 1
4 5 6
16
2 3 2 3
7 8 7 8

MTR

9 0 1

9 0 1
4 5 6

4 5 6
2 3 2 3

21
29
11
27 26
4

5 4 1
20 3 2
5

7
6
MTR
6 FRONT
ELEVATOR
19

LHS RETURN MANIFOLD

EXP. TANK
23
18

HYD. MANIFOLD 2

LHS REAR
SIDE SORT 21
1 Hydraulics
11 ENGINE
2 28 ELEVATOR

4 4
11 7
HYD. TANK 11
RHS REAR MOTOR
SIDE SORT REARSORT

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9111488 - RIGHT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 2
2 70374 ADAPTER, 8MP-10FJX 1
3 71696 FLOW CONTROL 1
4 60830 ADAPTER, 8MP-10MJ 1
5 60856 ADAPTER, 10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1
6 69506 HOSE, 3/8” X 18”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX 1
7 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ90 1
8 70776 HOSE, 1/2” X 80”, 2W, 10FJX-10FJX 1
9 71753 ADAPTER, 8MB-8FJX 1
10 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ 2
11 60831 ADAPTER, 8MP-10MJ90 1
12 71697 CHECK VALVE 1
13 70985 HOSE, 1/2” X 66”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX 1
14 342910 FAN MOTOR 1
71651 SEAL KIT N/A
15 69135 HOSE, 1/2” X 98” 2W, 10FJX-10FJX 1
16 9112060 TUBE, 5/8” X 58”, RHS FAN RETURN 1
17 69972 HOSE, 1/2” X 19”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1
18 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ-10FJ 1
19 69865 HOSE, 1/2” X 43”, 10 FJX-10FJX90 1
20 60852 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ-10MJ 2
21 71758 ADAPTER, 8MJ-10FJ 1
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21 9 12 10 13 RIGHT HAND SUCTION FAN


20 CIRCUIT
9111488 - RIGHT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT
DRAWING 9111488 Rev A
14 16 LHS RETURN
MANIFOLD, REF.
RHS SUCTION (LKG OUTWD, LHS)
FAN MTR

10 19

15 20
1
7 17

11

EXPANSION TANK CONTROL MANIFOLD FOR FANS


(LKG INWD, RHS) AND SHAKER CIRCUITS.
1 (LKG AFT)
2
6
3

8 18 5 4

LHS RETURN RHS SUCTION


MANIFOLD FAN

14
12
EXP. TANK 3

Hydraulics

HYD. MANIFOLD 1
ENGINE

HYD. TANK
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9111527 - LEFT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60835 10MB-10MJ 2
2 70374 8MP-10FJX 1
3 71696 FLOW CONTROL, HY-CON, 14.5 GPM 1
4 60830 8MP-10MJ 1
5 60856 10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1
6 69506 3/8X18 6FJX-6FJX 1
7 60822 6MB-6MJ90° 1
8 71926 1/2X20 10MJ-10FJX 1
9 71753 8MB-8FJX 1
10 60828 8MB-10MJ 2
11 60872 6MP-10MJ90° 1
12 71697 CHECK VALVE, LHA, CV-4S-05 1
13 71053 1/2X84 10FJX-10FJX 1
14 342910 MOTOR, FAN, 20CC,/REV, MF25 SERIES 1
15 70278 1/2X72 10FJX-10FJX 1
16 71752 6MJ-10FJ 1
17 69865 1/2X43 10FJX-10FJX90 1
18 60852 10MB-10MJ-10MJ 2
19 71758 8MJ-10FJ 1
20 112059 5/8X63-3/4, LHS FAN MOTOR FEED 1
21 70277 1/2X60 10MJ-10FJX 1
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19 12 LEFT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT


18 10 13 DRAWING 9111527 Rev A
9
14 LHS RETURN
MANIFOLD, REF.
LHS SUCTION 1 (LKG OUTWD, LHS)
FAN MTR
9111527 - LEFT HAND SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT
10 17
15 18

11

EXPANSION TANK 21 CONTROL MANIFOLD FOR FANS


(LKG INWD, LHS) AND SHAKER CIRCUITS.
1 (LKG AFT)
8 2
6
20 3

16 5 4

LHS RETURN
MANIFOLD

20
14 LHS SUCTION
FAN

Hydraulics
12
EXP. TANK 3

HYD. MANIFOLD 1
ENGINE

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9113926 - SHAKER, FRONT CHAIN, TOP BELT, & LOWER VTA CHAIN CIRCUIT
ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
1 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ 9
2 70374 ADAPTER, 8MP-10FJX 1
3 71696 FLOW CONTROL, 14.5GPM, INLINE, SHAKER 1
4 60856 ADAPTER, 10FJX-10MJ-10MJ 1
5 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ-10FJ 1
6 69506 HOSE, 3/8” X 18”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX 1
7 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ90 1
8 60839 ADAPTER, 12MB-10MJ90 1
9 71976 FLOWMETER, 20GPM, #12 O-RING 1
10 69975 HOSE, 1/2” X 48”, 10MJ-10FJX 1
11 60925 ADAPTER, 10MJ-10FJX90 1
12 60918 ADAPTER, 10MJ-10MJ-10MJ 2
13 9112063 TUBE, 5/8” X 92-3/4”, SHAKER FEED 1
14 69831 HOSE, 1/2” X 70”, 2W, 10 MJ-10FJX90, W/COVER 2
15 60829 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ90 1
16 71867 MOTOR, SHAKER 1
71865 SEAL KIT N/A
17 60828 ADAPTER, 8MB-10MJ 1
18 69517 HOSE, 3/8” X 102”, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX90 1
19 60826 ADAPTER, 6MP-6MJ90 1
20 9112062 TUBE, 5/8” X 84-1/2, FRONT VINE CHAIN FEED 1
21 9107051 TUBE, 5/8” X 58”, FRONT VINE CHAIN BLEED 1
22 69974 HOSE, 1/2” X 44”, 2W, 10MJ-10FJX90 1
23 70346 HOSE, 1/2” X 55”, 2W, 10FJX-10FJX90 2
24 69997 MOTOR, FRONT VINE CHAIN 1
25 69995 MOTOR, TOP BELT 1
70171 SEAL KIT, FOR ABOVE 2 MOTORS N/A
26 60836 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ45 1
27 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB-10MJ90 1
28 70240 HOSE, 1/2” X 40”, 10FJX-10FJX90 1
29 60947 ADAPTER, 4MB-6MJ 1
30 69994 MOTOR, LOWER VINE CHAIN 1
70171 SEAL KIT N/A
Hydraulics

31 69973 HOSE, 1/2” X 35”, 10FJX-10FJX90 1


32 9113928 TUBE, 5/8” X 74”, LOW VINE CHAIN & TOP BELT ADJ 1
33 60830 ADAPTER, 8MP-10MJ 1
34 69820 HOSE, 1/2” X 28”, 10MJ-10FJX 1
35 71047 HOSE, 1/2” X 30”, 10FJX-10FJX90 1
36 9113929 BRACKET, BULKHEAD, FLOW METER SPPRT 1
37 70195 ADAPTER, 10MJ-10MJ, BULKHEAD 1
38 9114207 TUBE ASSY, SHAKER FLOW METER INLET 2

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SHAKER CIRCUIT
DRAWING 9113926

Hydraulics

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Blank
Hydraulics

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SHAKER CIRCUIT
DRAWING9113926
9113926- SHAKER CIRCUIT

SHAKER 16

21
20
LHS RETURN MANIFOLD

FRONT VINE CHAIN 24


13
38
FLAPPER WHEEL 25 9

LOWER VINE CHAIN 30


3
32 38
EXP. TANK

Manifold #1

ENGINE
Hydraulics

HYD. TANK

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9117176 - STEERING CIRCUIT


ITEM STD # 80 # DESCRIPTION STD QTY 80 QTY 80 LG
1 60965 60965 ADAPTER, 20MP - 20MJ 90° 1 1
2 71812* 299265* HOSE, 1-1/4 x 88, 20FJX - 20FJX 90° 1 1 107”
3 60978 60978 ADAPTER, 20MB - 20 MJ 1 1
4 398271 398271 PUMP, STEERING, HYD CYL, & CHOPPER 1 1
5 60842 60842 ADAPTER, 12MB - 12MJ 90° 1 1
6 71845 71845 HOSE, 3/4 x 27, 12FJX - 12FJX 90° 1 1
7 9116805 9116805 CYLINDER, HYDRAULIC STEERING 2 2
8 60822 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB - 6MJ 90° 8 8
9 69853 69853 HOSE, 3/8x42, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX45° 2 2
10 69808 69808 HOSE, 3/8x40, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX 2 2
11 60865 60865 ADPT, BULKHEAD, 6MJ-6MJ, 2 2
12 69013 69013 HOSE, 3/8x38, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX 2 2
13 60821 60821 ADAPTER, 6MB - 6MJ 12 12
14 69859 69859 HOSE, 3/8x82, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJ, 90° 2 2
15 60968 60968 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ 4 4
16 9117167 9117167 TUBE, 3/8 DIA, STEERING FRONT-REAR 2 2
17 71811 71811 HOSE, 3/8x119, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX 1 1
18 69108 69108 HOSE, 3/8x18, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJ 90° 1 1
19 71510 71510 HOSE, 3/8x112, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJ, 90° 1 1
20 71689 71689 MOTOR, STEERING, 1997 1 1
21 60876 60876 ADAPTER, 6MB - 6MJ, 45° 5 5
22 60880 60880 ADAPTER, 10MJ - 10MJ 2 2
23 71752 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ - 10FJ 1 1
24 9117168 9117168 TUBE, 5/8 DIA, SICKLE DUMP FEED 1 1
25 71811 71811 HOSE, 3/8x119, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX 1 1
26 69861 69861 HOSE, 3/8x102, C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 45° 1 1
27 60832 60832 ADAPTER, 8MB - 6MJ 3 3
28 69516 69516 HOSE, 3/8x98, C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 90° 1 1
29 60834 60834 ADAPTER, 10MB - 6MJ 1 1
30 69857 69857 HOSE, 3/8x63, C2AT, 6FJX - 6FJX 45° 2 2
31 60835 60835 ADAPTER, 10MB - 10MJ 2 2
32 69814 69814 HOSE, 1/2x22, C2AT, 10FJX - 10FJX 90° 1 1
33 60837 60837 ADAPTER, 10MB - 10MJ 90° 1 1
Hydraulics

34 350546 350546 QUICK DISCONNECT, 1/4 NPT 1 1


35 60862 60862 ADAPTER, 12FJX - 12MJ 45° 2 2
36 71677 71677 CAP, RUBBER, QUICK DISCONNECT 1 1
37 543534 543534 VALVE, PRIORITY FLOW, DIVIDE, REDUCE 1 1
38 60858 60858 ADAPTER, 10MB - 12MJ 3 3
39 60840 60840 ADAPTER, 12MB - 12MJ 1 1
40 69865 69865 HOSE, 1/2x43, C2AT, 10FJX - 10FJX 90° 1 1
41 71844 71844 HOSE, 3/4x15, C2AT, 12FJX - 12FJX 90° 1 1
42 299184 299184 HOSE, 3/4x48, 2W, 12FJX - 12FJX 90° 1 1

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43 60886 60886 ADAPTER, 10MB - 12MJ 90° 1 1


44 543509 543509 VALVE, RELIEF, IN-LINE 1 1
45 543400 543400 VALVE, DOUBLE RELIEF 2 2
46 543439 543439 VALVE, HYD FLOW DIVIDER 1 1
47 72497 72497 MANIFOLD BASE, SINGLE VALVE, SAE #6 1 1
48 68312 68312 VALVE, SOLENOID, AUTO LEVELING 1 1
49 71853 71853 HOSE, 3/8x17, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX90° 2 2
50 71781 71781 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ-6MJ 1 1
51 70243 70243 HOSE, 3/8x55, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX45° 1 1

* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard

Hydraulics

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STEERING SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9117176
Hydraulics

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STEERING SCHEMATIC
DRAWING 9117176

9117176 - STEERING SCHEMATIC


20

46
3
1
2
P T TO CYLINDER CIRCUIT
A B

47
TO TILT LOCK
VALVE, SEE
CYLINDER CIRCUIT

16

LHS RETURN 16
MANIFOLD
24

4 37 RHS RETURN
MANIFOLD
44 9111052

TO HYD
COOLER
CIRCUIT

Hydraulics
ENGINE

HYD. TANK

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9111532 - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER SCHEMATIC


ITEM STD # 80 # DESCRIPTION STD QTY 80 QTY 80 LG
1 70344 70344 FIVE BANK VALVE 1 1
69896 69896 SEAL KIT N/A N/A
2 60821 60821 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ 11 11
3 69858 69858 HOSE, 3/8” x 80”, 2W,6MJ-6FJX45 5 5
5 68900 68900 HOSE, 3/8” x 93”, 6FJX-6FJX45 1 1
7 60918 60918 ADAPTER, 10MJ-10MJ-10MJ 1 1
71752 71752 ADAPTER, 6MJ-10FJ 1 1
8 70288 70288 HOSE, 1/2” x 32”, 2W,8FPX-10FJX90 1 1
9 60985 60985 ADAPTER, 6MP-8MP90 3 3
10 101142 101142 ADPT 8MP-8FPX ORIFICE 1 1
11 67683 67683 PLUG, Vent, 3/8” 3 3
12 9107061 9107061 TUBE, 5/8” x 56”, Header 1 1
13 66120 66120 HEADER LIFT CYLINDER 2 2
66546 66546 SEAL KIT 1 1
14 70287 70287 HOSE, 1/2” x 28”, 2W,10MJ-8FPX 1 1
15 9106996 9106996 TUBE, 3/8” x 54”, Gauge Wheel 2 2
16 60981 60981 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ-6MJ 2 2
17 69808 69808 HOSE, 3/8” x 40”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 1 1
18 60799 60799 ADAPTER, 10MB-6MJ90 4 4
19 69377 69377 TILT AND GAUGE WHEEL CYLINDER 6 2
N/A 228268 CYLINDER - HYD, 3-1/2 BORE, 3.5” N/A 4
30079 N/A SEAL KIT N/A N/A
20 69517 69517 HOSE, 3/8” x 102”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 1 1
21 69516 69516 HOSE, 3/8” x 98”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 1 1
22 69507 69507 HOSE, 3/8” x 36”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 1 1
23 71498 71498 HOSE, 3/8” x 84”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX45 2 2
24 60822 60822 ADAPTER, 6MJ90-6MB 2 2
25 71029 71029 TILT LOCKING VALVE 1 1
99048 99048 CARTRIDGE 2 2
26 69013 69013 HOSE, 3/8” x 38”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 2 2
27 60810 60810 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ-6MJ 4 4
28 60879 60879 ADAPTER, 6FJX-6MJ-6MJ 2 2
29 69347 69347 HOSE, 3/8” x 19”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX45 2 2
Hydraulics

30 60834 60834 ADAPTER, 10MB-6MJ 8 8


31 69506 69506 HOSE, 3/8” x 18”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 2 2
32 60492 60492 ADAPTER, 8MP-8MP90 1 1
33 69969 69969 HOSE, 3/8” x 60”, 2W,6FJX-6MJ 2 2
34 9106999 9106999 TUBE, 3/8” x 107”, LR Tilt Cyl 1 1
35 9106998 9106998 TUBE, 3/8” x 105”, RR Tilt Cyl 1 1
36 69854 69854 HOSE, 3/8” x 51”, 2W.6MJ-6FJX 2 2
37 69513 69513 HOSE, 3/8” x 27”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX90 4 4

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9111532 - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER SCHEMATIC


38 9106997 9106997 TUBE, 3/8” x 17’8”, Elev Up-Down 3 3
39 69862* 299259* HOSE, 3/8” x 116”, 2W,6MJ-6FJX 2 2 126”
40 69876 69876 ADAPTER, 6MJ-8FP 1 1
41 228170 228170 ELEVATOR EXTENSION CYLINDER 1 1
N/A 320439 SEAL KIT N/A N/A
42 299242 5767679 HOSE, 3/8” x 146”, 2W,6MJ-6FJX 1 1 155”
43 60914 60914 ADAPTER, 8MP-6MJ90 2 2
44 70337 70337 SAFETY VALVE 1 1
71395 71395 CARTRIDGE 1 1
45 60871 60871 ADAPTER, 4MP-6MJ90 1 1
46 69011 69011 HOSE, 3/8” x 29”, 2W,6FJX-6FJX 1 1
47 70340 70340 ADAPTER, 6MJ-6MJ-8MP 1 1
48 9117228 9117228 ELEVATOR CYLINDER 1 1
71326 71326 SEAL KIT 1 1
49 66900 66900 FLOW RESTRICT VLV, STD Cut Device 2 2
71695 71695 FLOW RESTRICT VLV, Turning Discs 2 2
50 71752 71752 ADPT, 6MJ-10FJ 1 1
51 71843 71843 HOSE, 3/8X42, C2AT, 6FJX-6FJX91 1 1
52 69514 69514 HOSE, 3/8X40, 2W, 6FJX-6FJX90 1 1
53 299243* 299259* HOSE, 3/8X122, 6MJ-6FJX 1 1 126”
* Shows differences between JFM 80 and Standard

Hydraulics

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HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS SCHEMATIC


DRAWING 9111532 Rev D
Hydraulics

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HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS SCHEMATIC


DRAWING 9111532 Rev D

9106996

9106996
9111532 - SCHEMATIC HYD E X T G H

GAUGE LEFT
GAUGE RIGHT

TO TANK
P T
A B

HEADER LEFT

12
25
HEADER RIGHT

38
TILT RIGHT FRONT
TILT LEFT FRONT
38
LHS RETURN
MANIFOLD 38

35

34

TILT LEFT REAR TILT RIGHT REAR


Hydraulics

44 Dog Leg

Elevator

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9111861 - AUTOMATIC LEVELING LINE ROUTING


ITEM NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
2 70243 HOSE, 3/8” X 55”, 6FJX-6FJX45 1
3 71843 HOSE, 3/8” X 44”, 6FJX-6FJX90 1
4 60879 ADAPTER, 6FJX-6MJ-6MJ 2
5 60821 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ 2
6 68312 VALVE, 3-POS, 4-WAY 1
7 9113200 PLATE, MTG, VALVE 1
8 60822 ADAPTER, 6MB-6MJ90 4
9 71810 HOSE, 3/8” X 42”, 6FJX-6FJX90 1
10 71497 MNFLD, BASE, SNGL, VALVE, W/#6 SAE PORTS 1
11 71781 ADAPTER, TEE, 6MB-6MJ-6MJ 1
12 71853 HOSE, 3/8” X 17”, 6FJX-6FJX90 2
13 543439 VALVE - FLOW CONTROL - 1 GPM 1
14 72154 SCREW - VALVE MOUNTING #10-24 4
Hydraulics

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AUTOMATIC LEVELING LINE ROUTING


DRAWING 9111861 Rev D

Hydraulics

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9117399 - MASTER HYRAULIC LINE ROUTING


DESCRIPTION PAGE
PUMP #1 9-53
PUMP #2 9-54
GEAR PUMP 9-55
GROUND DRIVE 9-56
PARTS LIST 9-57
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Pump #1

EXPANSION TANK
* 1/2x66 69696 40
213
*
EXPANSION
77 1/2x72
234
*
TANK
LEFT SIDE * 236

1/2x60 70277 332


* 165
212

1/2x36 69864
* 3/8x27 69513
*
249 76 62
232 253
92 1/2x84 267
36
388 1-1/2x120 299255
249

LEFT FAN 105 1-1/2x110


287 * 1/2x36
70571
83
*
289 1x47 *
475
* * * 301
* 210

* *
288 114
296 238 304

178 401 294


292 439
* 107 2x108
*
441 295

LEFT RETURN 236


232
*
MANIFOLD 63 1/2x43
291

* * 1/2x98 1/2x43
* * LOWER HYDRAULIC TANK

*
* * *
31
63 440 318 321 321
69 1/2x35 457 301 250 236
236
*
234 ENGINE
*
280
MANIFOLD #1 470 SUB
236 1/2x66 70985 232
123 1/2x20
*
269
87 441
1/2x19 232
* 110

*
287
230 3/8x90
236
479
90 1/2x30 71047
68
EXPANSION TANK
179
288

289
1/2x80 85
*
33 3/8x13 69506
280
RIGHT SIDE RIGHT FAN
*
* *
LOWER VINE
236 CHAIN 250
265 52 1/2x70 52 181 278 191
249
191
* 234 236
265 180 249 475 287 SEE SCHEMATIC 9116157 FOR
FRONT VINE 463
74 FLAPPER CHAIN SHAKER * 440 * MANIFOLD #1 SUB-ASSEMBLY
1/2x40 70240 33
WHEEL

250
*
230
*
236 236
* 7
240
* * * 2x66
*
236 476 269 421 420 240
236 267 287
* *
*
280
238 477 71 234 235 389 2x76 299257
478 237 214 1/2x48 440 236

33 * 35 3/8x24

232
* * A
A
*
190 231
81 1/2x55 81
166
236 B
39 3/8x102 69517 70 1/2x44 69974

MANIFOLD #1A
MANIFOLD #1A 462 LOOKING AFT 449

Hydraulics
233
B

RIGHT RETURN MANIFOLD


81
1/2x55 * 210
*
49 1/2x28 69820 456 * 236 * 458

247
* 138 1x61

* DESIGNATES FITTING INSTALLED IN SUB-ASSEMBLY


SEE DRAWING 9117030 FOR HYDRAULIC TUBE PLACEMENT
294 294 140
*
262

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Pump #2
* 480 RODWEEDER 456
* *
238

SICKLE 171 216

*
170 481
236
236 70 1/2x44 69974 236

72 1/2x75 * *
236
RH
3/8x52 235 MANIFOLD
89 1/2x40 89
1/2x21
56
215
* 71021
429
ANTI-BACKFEED
ROLLER
172 41

* 238

*
112 233 233
229

3/4x62 239
1/2x48 71 477 1/2x135 66 1/2x37
124 1/2x115 125
72012 44 1/2x15 236 391 1/2x51 5750078
1/2x66 482 1/2x31
LOWER HYDRAULIC TANK 40 249 129 1/2x100 141
*
4 69696 236 477 477 74 1/2x40 71240
LEFT
236 LEFT CROSS
239 164 236 236 TRASH 1/2x21 FRUIT
267 249 ROLLER CONVEYOR 41 CHAIN

3
*
188
390 1/2x65 LOWER VINE UPPER
HEADER ASSIST HEADER 1/2x15 44
236 237
321 194 81 1/2x55 236 236 238 236 165 237

*
69 1/2x35 91 1/2x49 477
A
482
334 2
235
* RIGHT
DIRT 238
RIGHT
TRASH
236
RIGHT CROSS 41 1/2x21
LEFT
DIRT
106 2x119 BELT 236 ROLLER CONVEYOR BELT

1 461
116 3/8x44 MANIFOLD #3 3/8x36
34 3/8x36
122
34 71854
269
261 * 237
483
44 1/2x15 238 482 236 167
237 483 238
69507

ENGINE
SUB
*
471 121 3/8x17
477
74 1/2x40 70240 71 1/2x48
253
SHAKER
ROTATION
225

318 3/4x69 391 1/2x51 5750078 392 1/2x58 5767693


273 15
3/8x44
116
235 235
321
484
115 1x55
* 183 254 254

*
296
238 253 *
287 295
* 232

* *
332 439
* 70 1/2x44 108 1/2x27 250 50 1/2x30 69822 66 1/2x37 69 1/2x35

*
217
69974

RIGHT SIDE
267 177

TRANSFER
292
* *

LEFT SIDE
TRANSFER
97 C 1/2x30 RIGHT LEFT

3/8x61
A
B
D 293
* 482
50
69822
50 51 1/2x53
236
COLOR
BELT
483
236
483 COLOR
BELT
238 457

48 1/2x25 *
*
294

EXPANSION 401
* 291
E
* 236
236 176 144
# 236
*
TANK 239 182
175 236 482
1/2x57 70 1/2x44 69974
236 236 236
95 3/8x15
394 1/2x118 299261 85 1/2x80 # #

REAR
145 1/2x89 146 1/2x89
62 1/2x36 69864

REAR
393 1/2x145 299263 73 1/2x108

SORT
SORT
289
*
64 1/2x61 42 1/2x32 69804

RIGHT
1/2x135 71846

LEFT
119 441 288 REAR 250 250
PARTS IN FINAL GROUP STA 8 232

SIDE
SIDE
239 184 SORT 236 #
* F
169 ELEVATOR 169

* *
236
G 230 236
* 236
482
MANIFOLD #2
I H * * * 82
* 236 236
238
# #
236
172 42 1/2x32 69804

*
82 269
Hydraulics

237 237
* *
476
1/2x125 237
232 239 185 47 1/2x24
1/2x125 128
3/8x136 # 482
*
482
G 143 1/2x26
267

*
C
B
D
186
*
259
254

231 *
F 460
189 160
MANIFOLD #2 PORT LOCATIONS EXPANSION TANK
127 3/8x129 RIGHT SIDE
126 3/8x93 72058
VIEW FROM ENGINE COMPARTMENT OUT
# DESIGNATES FITTINGS AND HOSES FROM RAISED RSS
KITS 9117500 (32' COLOR) AND 9117501 (42" COLOR)
* DESIGNATES FITTING INSTALLED IN SUB-ASSEMBLY
SEE DRAWING 9117030 FOR HYDRAULIC TUBE PLACEMENT

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Gear Pump

REAR 384 384 FRONT


AXLE AXLE 381
TILT 32 3/8x19
230 381 69347
230
230
230 235 CYLIDERS
3/8x42 33 3/8x18
69853 235 69506 RIGHT RETURN MANIFOLD
235
53 53 43 3/8x40 FRONT END
69808
3/8x42 43 36 29 3/8x38
69853 3/8x27 54 235
253 3/8x51 163 448 387
67 259 29
3/8x40 A
69513 36 3/8x60
69808 54
259
229
253

29
226
229 387
*
235

*
226
229 3/8x38 229
29
36 226 229
229 229 3/8x27 67
229 69513
229 36 162 3/8x60
226 33 3/8x18 230 437
430 430 69506
230 93 57
229 229 3/8x98 38 3/8x84 3/8x63
59 235 235
259 71498 57
259
3/8x82 192 30 3/8x18 229
93
59 192
381 381
32 3/8x19
235
235 69347 HEADER 380
3/8x42 78 1/2x28
94 3/8x112 71810
102 70287
3/8x44 116 3/8x55 75
69013 71843
270 270 60947 543518 27 3/8x98
270 270 69013 5768798 366 365 68900
103 3/8x119
REAR 60981 230 434 274
258 258 60981 435
330
AXLE 168
60879 69796 5750032
193 258 69013 60832

RL
287 A
60981
PB 79 1/2x32 380
69013 5768798 B 60832 70288
T
60868 293
69013 58
60879 60832 60790
63 1/2x43
B
265
258 69013 60981
A
69796 P 58
FRONT T 3/8x80
P
60868
258 AXLE 60790 58
260 71853 287
260 69796 230
103 3/8x119 485 69013
121 121
46 1/2x22 60947 69013 434 274 330
69814 3/8x17 229 444
331 ADJ AXLE OPTION
TO RETURN MANIFOLD
238
447 1 3/4x48
2
13
236 486
252 6 3/4x106 161
AIR COMP

251 252 58
241
251 60 3/8x102 HYD OIL 3/8x80
COOLER
487 230 161 58
HYD 69861 COOLER GAUGE
432
229 WHEELS
243
243 230 381
331 161
243 202
241 219 224
FINAL MANIFOLD 396 3/8x126 299259
117 3/4x15 251 252 247
442 TOP VIEW
*
241 150
259
61 3/8x116 3/8x102
93 3/8x84 458 69517
39 224
3/8x98 38
71498 219 262
243
ELEVATOR
3/4x27 118 FROM ELEV
CASE DRAIN
* 12 1x106
MAIN
3/8x146
43 3/8x40
69808 381
247
5 16
272
469
* 3/8x54 55
446
1x25
* 279 * 299242
149 150 3/8x155 397
1-1/4x107 395 231
* 262 383
3/8x29 5767679
1x104 11
28 * 160 224
224
1-1/4x88 104
1 273
256 *
3/4x48
297

Hydraulics
PORT 3
139 3/8x122
303
* 34 3/8x36
EXP TANK
109 1x59 220
207
* 264 * 436 396 3/8x126 299259
160
273 69507
RIGHT SIDE 218
276
PORT 2
PORT 1

LOWER HYD TANK * ELEVATOR 424

* 236 111 3/4x43


EXTENSION
274
246 382

330

261
*
* DESIGNATES FITTING INSTALLED IN SUB-ASSEMBLY

SEE DRAWING 9117030 FOR HYDRAULIC TUBE PLACEMENT

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Ground Drive

FRONT
239 267 275 320 221 230 239
205
*
88 1/2x58
474
254 320
* *
474
320 298 300 311 136 3/4x71 101 3/4x182
221 135 3/4x66 72260
252
100 1/2x88 205
282 320
398 1-1/4x98 299258 265
1-1/4x88
104 230 206 * 1/2x60
10
OIL RESERVOIR

133 1x48 3/4x146 3/4x46

239
319 290
1/2x60
84 70725
275 131 * 98 71538
299
* *
472 319
302
* 302 2 3/4x55
29985
211 * 10 3/4x146
A 333 211 257
ENGINE B 271 201
*
PORT ABOVE CHARGE PRESS. PORT * 58 252

235
207 231 3/8x80
431 283
EXP. TANK
229 259 431
LKG INWARD, LHS 203
241 217
13 3/4x13 203
254 254 332 333 262
A B 297 283
332 271
* 3/4x16 14 252 222
3/4x58 130 3/8x78 80 262 EXP. TANK
1x36 132 238 268 3/4x46
LKG OUTWARD, RHS
268 3/4x55 131 *
229 332 443
299185
* 3/8x54 55
59
3/8x82
2 * *1/2x60
98 71538
1/2x58 88
258
* 275
99 3/8x75 173 206
252
205
298 174 282 320
* 3/4x66 226
300 135
72260
255
255 221
*
Hydraulics

311 474
221 320 3/8x36
4 3/4x75 34 320 474
320
69507

205
*
A T 3/8x84
239 267
275
254 137
72410 230 239
P
254 113
254 3/8x27 254
113 71837
ADJUSTABLE AXLE KIT, 9117479 USES SAME GROUND 229 229
DRIVE HOSES AS 74/80 LISTING 229
433

60"/66" AXLES - STANDARD 9118221 74"/80" AXLES 9118222

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Parts List

Hydraulics
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9117550 - FT4 MASTER HYRAULIC LINE ROUTING 9117750 - FT4 MASTER HYD LINE ROUTING
DESCRIPTION PAGE NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY
COOLER & GROUND DRIVE 9-59 60821 ADAPTER - TUBE, 6MJ-6MB 1
CHOPPER 9-60 60840 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-12MB 1
60842 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-12MB-90 1
60842 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-12MB-90 1
60850 ADAPTER - 90, 24MJ-24MB 1
60859 ADAPTER - 90, 24MJ-20MB 1
60862 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-12FJX-45 1
60886 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-10MB-90 1
60923 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12FJ-10MJ 1
60924 ADAPTER - TEE, 12FJX 12MJ 12MJ 1
71047 HOSE - HYD, 1/2 X 30 8G2 - 10FJX - 10FJX90 1
71552 HOSE - HYD, 1/2 X 88 8G2 - 10FJX - 10FJX45 1
71814 HOSE - HYD, 1 1/2 X 110 24C1A - 24FJX - 24FJX 1
71828 HOSE - HYD, 1 X 130 16G1 - 16FJX - 16FJX90 1
71844 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 15 12G2 - 12FJX - 12FJX90 1
71845 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 27 12G2 - 12FJX - 12FJX90 1
101355 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-12FJX90 1
101417 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MB-12MJ-45 2
101468 ADAPTER - TUBE, 12MJ-16MB-90 1
101471 ADAPTER - STRAIGHT, 12MJ 12FJX 1
101518 ADAPTER - 90, 20MJ-20FJX 2
101680 ADAPTER - TUBE, 20MJ-20MBSPP 2
299223 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 106 12G2 - 12FJX - 12FJX 1
299223 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 106 12G2 - 12FJX - 12FJX 1
299284 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 102 12G2 - 12FJX - 12FJX90 1
299385 HOSE - HYD, 1-1/4 X 92 20G1-20FJX-20FJX-92 1
299386 HOSE - HYD, 1-1/4 X 54 20G1-20FJX-20FJX-54 1
299418 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 159 12C2AT-12FJX-12FJX-159 1
299419 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 169 12C2AT-12FJX-12FJX-169 1
299420 HOSE - HYD, 3/8 X 116 6C2AT-6FJX-6FJX90-116 1
Hydraulics

299421 HOSE - HYD, 3/8 X 147 6C2AT-6FJX-6FJX90-147 1


299422 HOSE - HYD, 3/8 X 177 6C2AT-6FJX-6FJX90-177 1
5800263 HOSE - HYD, 3/4 X 34, 12FJX-12FJX 2
5803298 VALVE - ASSEM, FLOW CONTROL, STAR 1
5803635 VALVE - ASSM, REVERSING COOLER FAN, JFM/STAR 1
9118418 VALVE - ASSEM, HYD, FLOW DIV W/ SOLENOID, FRONT 1
9118419 VALVE - ASSEM, HYD, FLOW DIV W/ SOLENOID, REAR 1
9118470 VALVE - ASSEM, CHOPPER CONTROL, JFM, FT4 1

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A3 - 5803635
5 0

0 0

5 0

5 0
5 5

0 0

0
0 55

0
0 0

A7 - 9118419 A6 - 9118418

0
0 75

0
7 77 70 0
0 05
055

A5 - 9117393 A4 - 9117212

Hydraulics
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Chopper

0
0
0 707
0 0
0

5 00 0

0 7 0 7

050

A1 - 9118470
0

A2 - 5803298
Hydraulics

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DG14 — Initial Start Up


A
1. Ignition ON. F
NOTE: If no ECU communication is received, display
defaults to offline configuration screen.
If operating temperature is below -25°C (-13°F),
20 minute warm-up may be required.
If wait to start message displays, it is recommended
not to start engine.

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2. Ignition ON, Engine ON.

A—Diagnostic Gauge D—(Check Mark) Select Key


B—(Home) Menu Key E—Indicator Light E E
C—Arrow Keys F— Display Screen B C D
Diagnostic Gauge

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Configuration screens vary based on emission tier. FT4


display configuration appears as shown. The lower gauge
indicates engine speed and the scale adjusts depending
on ECU broadcast of low and high idle engine speeds.
The vertical gauge on the right-hand side indicates DEF
level percentage on a scale of 0-100. The vertical and
horizontal gauges are not configurable, however the 1-up
and 4-up menus are.
B
A—Engine Speed B—DEF Level

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A

FT4 Display

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IT4 display configuration appears as shown. The lower


gauge indicates engine speed and the scale adjusts
depending on ECU broadcast of low and high idle engine
speeds. The vertical gauge on the right-hand side
indicates soot loading percentage on a scale of 0-100.
Vertical and horizontal gauges are not configurable,
however the 1-up and 4-up menus are

A—Engine Speed B—Soot Loading Percentage


B

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A

IT4 Display

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T3 and marine display configuration appears as shown.


The lower gauge indicates engine speed and the scale
adjusts depending on ECU broadcast of low and high idle
engine speeds. The vertical gauge on the right-hand side C
indicates engine load percentage on a scale of 0-100.
The gauge on the left-hand side indicates engine coolant
temperatures on a scale of 40°C (104°F) to 112° (234°F).
Vertical and horizontal gauges are not configurable,
however the 1-up and 4-up menus are.
B
A—Engine Speed C—Coolant Temperature

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B—Load Percentage A

T3 and Marine Display

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DG14 — View Fault Codes • Number of stored fault codes are displayed in top right
corner
There are three options for viewing ECU fault codes. • Press arrow keys to access stored fault codes
Active: Clear fault codes:
• Displays all active fault codes (DM1) • Clears all stored fault codes (DM2)
• Number of active fault codes are displayed in top right • Indicates when all fault codes are clear
corner
• Press arrow keys to access active fault codes NOTE: Marine configuration for clear fault codes is
password protected. Password is 1-3-4-2
Stored:
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DG14 — ECU Software Update 2. Press (check mark) select key to confirm selection.
This feature only operates with a John Deere installed NOTE: By default, automatic updates are disabled
JDLink system connected to the machine and allows when received from factory.
control of the download process for ECU software.
1. To enable automatic software downloads, press arrow
keys to select.
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DG14 — Exhaust Filter Cleaning RG22488 —UN—21AUG13 RG22489 —UN—21AUG13

NOTE: Only available for IT4 and FT4 configurations. All


other configurations will not incorporate this feature.

There are three selectable options for exhaust filter


cleaning.
Automatic SPN 3697 SPN 3703

• Factory default RG22490 —UN—21AUG13

• Sends CAN messages to ECU indicating exhaust filter


cleaning can be automatically performed when required
Manual
When automatic filter cleaning is not sufficient, manual
filter cleaning may be necessary.
• Select manual on display SPN 3698
• Second and third screens acknowledge impact of
selection PGN SPN Description
• Press (check mark) select key to proceed 64892 3697 Exhaust filter cleaning in process
• Requirement screen indicates what ECU needs prior 64892 3703 Exhaust filter cleaning needed
to manual cleaning
64892 3698 Exhaust filter cleaning disabled
• Select continue if all requirements are satisfied
• A 30 second request is sent to ECU for exhaust filter NOTE: All John Deere products are compliant with
cleaning
requirements for U.S. EPA Emission Standard
• Press (home) menu key to cancel and revert to 1-up — Final Tier 4 and EU Emissions Standard
and 4-up menu screens
- Stage IIIB diesel engines.
Disable
When restrictions prevent exhaust filter cleaning, select
this option to stop all exhaust filter cleaning activity from
occurring.
• Select disable on display
• Second screen acknowledges impact of selection
• Press (check mark) select key to proceed
• Press (home) menu key to cancel and revert to 1-up
and 4-up menu screens
The following indicators display regeneration status when
parameter status is broadcast from ECU.
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FT4 also supports the following failure indicators. RG28265 —UN—17MAY16 RG28266 —UN—17MAY16

DEF Level < 10% Remaining Engine Emissions System Failure


or Malfunction (Inducement
Indication)

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DG14 — Reset Trip Press (check mark) select key to reset. After reset, the
NOTE: Only available for FT4 configurations. trip information is displayed as 00:00.

When selected, diagnostic gauge requests current trip


hours from ECU and broadcasts the trip information in the
following format HRS:MIN.
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DG14 — Emergency Override 5. Press arrow keys to pause or resume timer.


6. Press (check mark) select key to continue display
NOTE: Only available for FT4 configurations. operation.
When selected, a derate override is initiated for a limited NOTE: Reenter menu at anytime to pause or resume
time. Allows operator to come to a safe stopping point or Emergency Override. If operator has key
assist with engine troubleshooting. cycled engine, passcode must be reentered
and reverts to last known state.
Emergency Override Menu
1. Operator is prompted with a warning message that If Emergency Override feature is activated, an active or
indicates operation for emergency use only. deactivated message displays every five minutes.
2. Press (check mark) select key to continue. If Emergency Override feature is paused, deactivated
3. Enter passcode using the keypad. screen displays total remaining time in HRS:MIN.
NOTE: For initial use, operator must activate this If total active hours remaining or total hours remaining
functionality by pressing (check mark) select key. reaches zero, a pop-up message indicates that time has
expired and is displayed every minute until reset by an
4. After activation, screen displays total hours remaining authorized dealer.
in HRS:MIN.
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DG14 — Restored Operation 5. Timer activation only occurs if engine is in active


derate. All activate requests are ignored until condition
NOTE: Only available for FT4 configurations and offered is met
for European Union certified countries. 6. Once activated, screen displays total override time
remaining in MIN:SEC
When selected and engine is derated, diagnostic gauge 7. Press (check mark) select key at any time to continue
initiates an override of derate for a limited time. This normal operation
allows operator to come to a safe stopping point or assist
with engine troubleshooting. If restored operation feature is activated, an active or
expired message displays on screen every minute during
When accessing restored operation menu, a warning operation.
message indicates that the operation is for emergency
use only. If operator has key cycled the engine, passcode must
be reentered. Number of attempts remaining or active
1. Press (check mark) select key to continue screen is displayed.
2. Using keypad, enter passcode by matching the code
3. Operator is prompted to the number of restored If total remaining time reaches zero and the final attempt
operation attempts available for activation has been activated, a pop-up message displays every
minute indicating attempts have expired and needs to be
NOTE: Operator has three attempts to use before reset by an authorized dealer.
no override is available.

4. Press (check mark) select key to activate an attempt


before any override functionality becomes available
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DG14 — Display Options Repeat steps to configure the remaining 1-up screens
selected
Individual content can be viewed using arrow keys to - Press (home) menu key to revert to previous menu
scroll up or down and (check mark) select key to confirm
and view selection.
Adjust Backlight
Use arrow keys to increase or decrease level of brightness 4-Up Screen Setup
on display and accessory gauges.
• Factory Default — configured with one 4-up menu
Backlight Options that includes engine speed, coolant temperature, oil
pressure, and battery voltage
Use arrow keys to change backlight color to either green
or red.
• Custom Setup — 4-up configurations can be made at
any time and stays in configuration through power cycles
Use arrow keys to adjust intensity of backlight color. - Press arrow keys to select the number of 4-up screens
(up to three screen views) displayed and configure
NOTE: Intensity adjustment will only modify accessory the parameters for each screen
gauge intensity, not the display backlight. Reference - Press (check mark) select key to select quadrant
adjust backlight or analog input sections to and begin parameter selection. Press arrow keys to
perform backlight dimming function. scroll through list and press (check mark) select key
to confirm. Repeat steps to configure the remaining
Adjust Indicator Brightness quadrants
- If more than one 4-up screens are desired, press
Individual intensity adjustments to red and/or amber visual
(home) menu key to select parameters for remaining
fault indicators can be made separately.
screens
1. Press arrow keys to increase or decrease intensity of - Press (home) menu key to revert to previous menu
red (stop) or amber (warning) fault indicators.
NOTE: Symbols indicate the selectable parameters.
2. Confirm changes for indicator. Reference the 1-up and 4-up parameter list for
supported engine parameters.
Display Option Setup
There are three display configurations that can be Auto Scroll
selected and changed at any time. • By default this functionality is enabled from the factory
1-Up Screen Setup • Press arrow keys to disable or enable auto scroll.
If enabled, operator can select scroll times (1 to 8
• Factory Default — configured with engine speed as seconds) for 1-up and 4-up menus
only parameter displayed • Press (check mark) select key to view specific 1-up
• Custom Setup — 1-up configurations can be made at or 4-up home screens. Scroll timers will resume after
any time and stays in configuration through power cycles screen is selected
- Press arrow keys to select number of 1-up screens
(up to 12 screen views) displayed and configure the
parameters for each screen
- Press (check mark) select key to begin parameter
selection. Use arrow keys to scroll through list and 1-Up and 4-Up Parameter Symbols
press (check mark) select key to confirm selection.
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RG28246 —UN—17MAY16 RG28254 —UN—17MAY16 RG28267 —UN—17MAY16 RG28268 —UN—17MAY16

Battery Voltage Boost Pressure Gear Oil Temperature Shaft Speed


RG28245 —UN—17MAY16 RG28255 —UN—17MAY16 RG28270 —UN—17MAY16 RG28271 —UN—17MAY16

HP HT
Engine Coolant Temperature Engine Oil Pressure Gauge 1: Auxiliary or Hydraulic Gauge 2: Auxiliary or Hydraulic
Pressure Temperature
RG28244 —UN—17MAY16 RG28256 —UN—17MAY16 RG28272 —UN—17MAY16 RG28273 —UN—17MAY16

HL DP
Engine Speed Throttle Position Gauge 3: Hydraulic Level Gauge 4: Transmission
Differential Pressure
RG28257 —UN—17MAY16 RG28258 —UN—17MAY16 RG28274 —UN—17MAY16 RG28269 —UN—17MAY16

PIP PDP
Engine Percent Load Exhaust Temperature Gauge 5: Pump Inlet Pressure Gauge 6: Pump Discharge
Pressure
RG28259 —UN—17MAY16 RG28260 —UN—17MAY16 RG28275 —UN—17MAY16 RG28276 —UN—17MAY16

AI1 DI1
Fuel Level Fuel Rate Analog Input 1 (Pin X) Digital Input 1 (Pin X)

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RG28261 —UN—17MAY16 RG28262 —UN—17MAY16 RG28277 —UN—17MAY16 RG28278 —UN—17MAY16

DI2 DI3
Total Engine Hours Manifold Air Temperature Digital Input 2 (Pin X) Digital Input 3 (Pin X)
RG28263 —UN—17MAY16

Gear Oil Pressure


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DG14 — Utility Options • Analog Input 1


Parameter List
• Digital Input 1
• Digital Input 2
The following parameters are displayed in standard or • Digital Input 3
metric units. ECU and Transmission Parameters
• Engine Speed (rpm) Press arrow keys up or down to scroll through parameter
• Throttle Position (%) list.
• Engine Percent Load (%)
• Total Engine Hours (Hrs) Software Data
• Engine Coolant Temperature Engine Software Information — Sends requests to ECU
• Engine Oil Pressure for engine software ID and factory option ID. Displays
• Battery Voltage (V) both when available.
• Manifold Air Temperature
• Air Inlet Temperature DG14 Software Information — Displays John Deere
• Boost Pressure software serial number, John Deere software ID,
• CAC Outlet Temperature manufacturer bootloader ID, manufacturer application ID,
• Exhaust Temperature and manufacturer compiled date.
• Fuel Delivery Pressure
• Fuel Temperature NOTE: John Deere software serial number and software
• Fuel Level (%) ID information are critical for mandatory and
• Fuel Rate (L/hr) optional software updates.
• Total Fuel Used (L)
• Gear Oil Pressure Select Units
• Gear Oil Temperature Operator can select desired unit preference in English
• Shaft Speed (rpm) (psi, °F), Metric kPa (kPa, °C), and Metric Bar (Bar, °C)
• Aux/Hydraulic Pressure
• Aux/Hydraulic Temperature Select Language
• Hydraulic Level (%)
• Transmission Differential Pressure Operator can select desired language preference.
• Pump Inlet Pressure Supported languages are English, Spanish, German,
• Pump Discharge Pressure French, and Italian.
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DG14 — Set up Options Two silencing options are available.


Analog Input Local Silence — silences alarms on local display. Default
Four available settings: configuration set to local silence.

• 500 — 1K Max ohms 1. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down and configure
• 200 — 500 Max ohms interval rate between silencing at either two or five
• Fuel Level — used to support current Murphy fuel minutes.
senders 2. Press (check mark) select key to toggle between two
• Backlight dimmer and five minutes selections.
3. Press (home) menu key to save selections and revert
Analog inputs are linearly calibrated using a minimum and to previous menu.
maximum position and are viewable in the current field
of setup menu. Global Silence — if multiple displays are configured to
same engine, this option silences all alarms. Silencing
1. Press (check mark) select key to set the minimum and function can be enabled from any display tied to engine.
maximum position settings.
2. To set minimum position, adjust analog device to 1. Press arrow keys to scroll up or down to global
minimum position and press up arrow key. selection.
3. To set maximum position, adjust analog device to 2. Press (check mark) select key to enable.
maximum position and press down arrow key. NOTE: The rate of occurrence between silencing
4. Press (check mark) select key to confirm that selection is two minutes.
and current field updates.
NOTE: For minimum setting, calibration for fuel level 3. Press (home) menu key to save selections and revert
sender is high resistance (full tank level) and for to previous menu.
maximum setting, calibration for fuel level sender If alarm functionality is enabled and an active fault
is low resistance (empty tank level). condition exists, a silence alarm message displays. Press
(check mark) select key to silence alarm. By default,
Digital Input alarm functionality is disabled.
Two pre-configured options available that can be used in If one or more displays are used in same network, global
combination with TSC (torque speed control). silencing must be enabled on all displays for one display
• Throttle Increase and Decrease Switch — allows to silence all.
operator to configure a two-state bump switch as throttle Add J1939 Gauge
control instead of using display arrow keys
• Set Low and High Idle Switch — allows operator to Supported J1939 CAN (receive only) gauges:
configure a three-state position switch to send a CAN
PGN SPN Description
command to engine to immediately operate at low or
high idle depending on switch position 65164 1387 Auxiliary Pressure #1
1388 Auxiliary Pressure #2
By default, the diagnostic gauge comes preprogrammed 441 Auxiliary Temperature #1
as “other” and allows operator to use digital input for their
442 Auxiliary Temperature #2
application needs.
65128 1638 Hydraulic Temperature
Digital Output 2602 Hydraulic Oil Level
Pre-configured options can be used as a digital output 61448 1762 Hydraulic Pressure
driver. 64741 5536 Hydraulic Oil Temperature
65272 126 Transmission Filter
• Stop Lamp — indicates a stop condition Differential Pressure
• Warning Lamp — indicates a warning condition
• Wait to Start Lamp — indicates a wait to start condition Allows operator to view data (receive only) for optional
• CAN bus Lost Lamp — indicates loss of CAN bus CAN based gauges.
communication
• DEF Level Horn (available for FT4 configuration only) NOTE: When selecting a gauge, only one parameter can
— external horn or chime indicates that DEF has be supported within each gauge selection.
reached low levels and pulses twice a minute until fault
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condition is corrected 1. Press arrow keys to select optional supported gauge.


2. Press (check mark) select key to turn selection on or
Alarm Functionality off.
Activation of alarm functionality activates both PVA and
Digital Configured alarms. Silencing functionality is driven
by the display and not associated hardware.
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Gauge PGN SPN Description


Press (check mark) select key to initiate harness
Gauge 1 65164 1387 Auxiliary Pressure #1
diagnostic testing. A success or failed message displays.
1388 Auxiliary Pressure #2
61448 1762 Hydraulic Pressure TSC Control
Gauge 2 65164 441 Auxiliary Temperature This option is password protected to limit unauthorized
#1 selections or changes. Password required to access
442 Auxiliary Temperature menu. Factory default disables function.
#2
65128 1638 Hydraulic Temperature Enter Password screen — Enter 1-3-4-2 in numeric
64741 5536 Hydraulic Oil spaces provided. Keypad starts 1 (furthest left) to 4
Temperature (furthest right) and automatically moves to the next box
Gauge 3 65128 2602 Hydraulic Oil Level until all four boxes are populated. In case of failed
attempt, diagnostic gauge reverts to menu screen.
Gauge 4 65272 126 Transmission Filter
Differential Pressure NOTE: Password is not changeable.
NOTE: By default, all gauges are turned off 1. Press arrow keys to enable or disable.
until configured.
NOTE: Once enabled, minimum and maximum speed
Set RS485 Messaging limits currently governed by the ECU are
displayed and can be used for reference when
RS485 is enabled by default. making configuration changes
1. Press arrow keys to enable or disable message
transmissions for external gauges. 2. Press (check mark) select key to view standard
2. Press (check mark) select key to confirm. configuration settings.

The following gauges are supported. 3. Press (check mark) select key to move between
adjustable parameters.
• Tachometer a. Minimum Speed Limit — selection from 600 rpm up
• Coolant temperature to 1800 rpm Factory defaults are 600 rpm.
• Oil pressure
• Volt meter b. Maximum Speed Limit — selection from 3000 rpm
• % load down to 1800 rpm Factory defaults are 3000 rpm.
• Fuel level
c. Ramp Up Limit — selection from 100 rpm to 1000
Set Engine Source Address rpm Factory defaults are 100 rpm.
Configure desired ECU source address on CAN network. d. Ramp Down Limit — selection from 100 rpm to
1. Press arrow keys to select the following source 1000 rpm Factory defaults are 100 rpm.
addresses: 0, 1, 231, 232, and 233. e. Bump Up Increment — selection from 1 rpm to 100
NOTE: For Marine configurations select the source rpm Factory defaults are 10 rpm.
addresses: 0, 1, 239, 240, and 241. f. Bump Down Increment — selection from 1 rpm to
100 rpm Factory defaults are 10 rpm.
2. Press (check mark) select key to confirm.
4. Press arrow keys to change parameter values for
NOTE: Factory default is ECU source address 0. each parameter listed.
Set Function Instance 5. Press (home) menu key to exit menu.
Allows setting the source claim address on the CAN Once changes are set, added value displays above
network. engine speed and indicates requested speed setting.
1. Press arrow keys to configure the address 0-31. NOTE: When enabled, TSC stays enabled through power
2. Press (check mark) select key to confirm. Diagnostic cycles. To turn off functionality, feature must be
gauge reboots with updated address claim. disabled within the TSC control menu.
NOTE: Factory default for address claim is 0. NOTE: Set point selection will not override ECU
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DG14 — Faults and Warnings


Visual Indication
• Amber LED (warning condition) — located in bottom
right corner
• Red LED (stop and/or shutdown condition) — located
in bottom left corner
RG28243 —UN—17MAY16 RG28264 —UN—17MAY16

Stop and/or Shutdown Fault Warning Fault Condition


Condition

Engine Shutdown Codes


Stand Alone Messages (Troubleshooting)
When ECU broadcasts severe fault codes, 1-up and 4-up
displays are replaced with shutdown timer message. • CAN bus Communication Lost — occurs when valid
During this time, no activity can be performed on display J1939 CAN messages are not received for 30 seconds
until engine shuts down and ECU stops broadcasting - Check wiring, CAN bus, termination resistors, and
message. Following completion of the shutdown timer, under set-up menu, check ECU address and function
check all active fault codes under function menu to instance
troubleshoot. NOTE: Functions on diagnostic gauge are limited until
Fault Codes the CAN bus and messaging is restored

When fault codes are received from ECU, 1-up and 4-up • No Data — displays in place of parameter value and
displays are replaced with active fault code message. occurs when data is not received for elected parameter
for 5 seconds
Press (check mark) select key to acknowledge and hide • No Stored Faults — request sent to ECU for stored
fault. fault code information (DM2) and response is no codes
NOTE: Display returns to 1-up or 4-up but retains available
warning, stop icons, and a brief fault description • No Active DTC’s — displays when no codes available
in header until fault is corrected.
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DG14 — Service Programming 9. If version is newer and information is correct, click


Service Programming download selected.

IMPORTANT: Some applications have more than one 10. A pop-up window displays indicating download was
display on the same CAN bus. All displays, successful.
except one to be programmed, must be disabled NOTE: Default location for downloaded files is
by either disconnecting or pulling the fuse. C:\sds\payloadsn.
View Loaded Software Payload File — Payload Reprogramming Instructions
NOTE: If operator is not connected to engine, select Connections
offline configuration menu to view.
NOTE: Reprogramming takes place while connected
1. Press (home) menu key. to engine or offline using an Electronic Data
Link (EDL) and basic CAN wiring (Power/Ground
2. Press arrow keys to select utility. and CAN High/Low).
3. Press (check mark) select key.
1. When connected to ECU, ensure ignition ON and
4. Press arrow keys to select software data. engine OFF.
5. Press (check mark) select key. 2. Verify connection between computer and diagnostic
connector.
6. Verify John Deere software ID.
3. In Service ADVISOR, under available adaptors menu,
Payload File — Payload Downloading Instructions
verify adaptor type shown is set to Electronic Data
NOTE: Internet connection is needed Link (EDL) Stand-alone USB Device.
Programming
Display requires updates for enhanced performance and
newly added features. Perform a serial number search in 1. In Service ADVISOR, select program.
Service ADVISOR if updates are needed.
2. Select program controller.
1. Connect to Internet.
3. Select refresh payloads to ensure that latest payload
2. In Service ADVISOR, select program from menu bar. files are loaded into Service ADVISOR.
3. Select download payloads from drop-down list. 4. Select GRAYHILL_JDPSDSPLYDG14 payload file.
4. Click serial number search tab from the John Deere 5. Select program controller.
Custom Performance web page.
6. A pop-up window displays if file successfully
5. Type in static serial number JDPSDSPLYDG14 for programmed.
the payload.
7. Turn off power to display for at least one minute then
6. Verify information, click submit. repower if desired.
7. If information is not correct, click search again and
repeat steps 5 - 7.
8. Verify that software download version is newer than
software version loaded on the display.
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DG14 — Cleaning and Maintenance For accessory gauges and polycarbonate enclosures, use
Use a soft towel and mild soap or JD cleaner (degreaser). mild soap with a soft towel. Do not use ammonia-based
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Do not use bleach, toluene, acetone, and trichloroethylene. cleaners.


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DG14 Diagnostic Trouble Codes

SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text
Engine Exhaust Gas Re- Open circuit in the harness, either signal or
27 3 EGR Valve Position Voltage OOR High EGR sensor circuit fault.
circulation Valve Position ground. Sensor failure.
Engine Exhaust Gas Re-
27 4 EGR Valve Position Voltage OOR Low Sensor signal shorted to ground. Sensor failed. EGR sensor circuit fault.
circulation Valve Position

Engine Exhaust Gas Re- EGR Valve Not Responding or Out of EGR Valve not responding or
27 7 EGR Valve actuator mismatch error
circulation Valve Position Adjustment out of adjustment.

Air Throttle Valve Position Voltage Air Throttle Valve Position


51 3 Engine Throttle Position Shorted to high source or sensor failed
OOR High sensor circuit fault

Air Throttle Valve Position Voltage Open circuit, shorted to ground, or sensor Air Throttle Valve Position
51 4 Engine Throttle Position
OOR Low failure sensor circuit fault

Air Throttle Not Responding or Out of Air Throttle Not Responding


51 7 Engine Throttle Position Air Throttle actuator mismatch error
Adjustment or Out of Adjustment

Sensed position of EGR is open and Actuator connectors swapped. Impact: actua- EGR system fault. Engine
51 14 Engine Throttle Position
Air Throttle is closed at power-up. tors go to unpowered state. power limited.

Foot throttle sensor circuit


voltage high. Use hand
91 3 Accelerator Pedal Position Throttle Voltage OOR High Sensor shorted to 5V.
throttle. Restart engine to
attempt vehicle recovery

Foot throttle sensor circuit


voltage low. Use hand
91 4 Accelerator Pedal Position Throttle Voltage OOR Low Sensor open or shorted to ground.
throttle. Restart engine to
attempt vehicle recovery.

Pressure sensor harness has an open in the


Engine Fuel Delivery
94 3 Fuel Pressure Voltage OOR High ground circuit or a short in the harness to high
Pressure
voltage. Pressure sensor fault
Pressure sensor not connected or open in the
Engine Fuel Delivery signal line. Pressure sensor supply connection
94 4 Fuel Pressure Voltage OOR Low
Pressure open. Harness shorted to ground. Pressure
sensor failure
Pump will have speed mismatch or lost com-
munication faults; with lost communication the
pump will run full speed.
Engine Fuel Delivery Fuel Pressure High - Moderately Fuel Pressure High. Check
94 16 (fault will need to be superceded)
Pressure Severe Level fuel supply and filters
Restriction in the air bleed or return line,
would give high inlet pressure (pump goes to
min speed)
Fuel Pressure Low - Least Severe Low pressure in the fuel supply pump circuit.
Engine Fuel Delivery Fuel pressure low. Check
94 17 Level Restriction in the low pressure system due to a
Pressure fuel supply and filters
-5 kPa for >30 sec plugged filter or pump failure. Out of fuel.
Low pressure in the fuel supply pump circuit.
Restriction in the low pressure system due to a
Fuel Pressure Low - Moderately Severe
Engine Fuel Delivery plugged filter or pump failure. Fuel pressure low. Check
94 18 Level
Pressure This probably doesn’t need to be a stop alarm. fuel supply and filters
-20kPa for >5 sec
It could be on the second low level on Rail
Pressure
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97 0
Open circuit in the harness, either signal or Water separator sensor volt-
97 3 Water In Fuel Indicator Water In Fuel Voltage OOR High
ground. Water in fuel sensor failure. age high.
Water in fuel sensor signal shorted to ground. Water separator sensor volt-
97 4 Water In Fuel Indicator Water In Fuel Voltage OOR Low
Water in fuel sensor failed. age low.

Engine Water Separator Full.


97 16 Water In Fuel Indicator Water In Fuel Detected Water has been detected in the separator bowl.
Drain water separator.

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SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text

Oil Pressure Extremely low.


100 1 Engine Oil Pressure Oil Pressure Low - Most Severe Level Oil pressure low due to low or no oil present.
Check engine oil level.

Oil Pressure Detected At Zero Engine Oil pressure detected at zero engine speed due Oil Pressure Detected At
100 2 Engine Oil Pressure
Speed to open ground in the sensor circuit. Zero Engine Speed
Pressure Ensor harness has an open in the
100 3 Engine Oil Pressure Oil Pressure Voltage OOR High ground circuit or a short in the harness to high
voltage. Pressure Sensor Fault
Pressure Sensor not connected or open in the
signal line. Pressure sensor supply connec-
tion ope. Harness shorted to ground. Pressure
100 4 Engine Oil Pressure Oil Pressure Voltage OOR Low sensor failure. Dure to harware limitations, this
fault may be tripped erroneously at eleva-
tions over 16,000 feet when the engine is not
running.
Oil Pressure Low - Moderately Severe Oil Pressure low. Check
100 18 Engine Oil Pressure Oil pressure low due to low or no oil present.
Level engine oil level.
Blowby filter is restricted and bypass is not
Engine Crankcase Pres- Engine Crankcase Pressure
101 0 Pressure much higher than threshold functioning.
sure High. Check blowby filter.
Potential for oil leakage past engine seals.
Pressure sensor harness has an open in the
Engine Crankcase Pres- Crankcase pressure sensor
101 3 Crankcase Pressure Voltage OOR High ground circuit or a short in the harness to high
sure voltage high
voltafe. Pressure sensor failure
Pressure sensor not connected or open in the
Engine Crankcase Pres- signal line. Pressure sensor supply connection Crankcase pressure sensor
101 4 Crankcase Pressure Voltage OOR Low
sure open. Harness shorted to ground. Pressure voltage low
sensor failure.
Blowby filter is restricted. Engine power
Engine Crankcase Pres- cylinder failures that create high blowby. Or Engine Crankcase Pressure
101 16 Pressure higher than threshold
sure turbo seal failure. High. Check blowby filter.
Service reminder.
Pressure Sensor has an open in the ground
Engine Intake Manifold Intake manifold pressure
102 3 Boost Pressure Voltage OOR High circuit or a short in the harness to high voltage.
#1 Pressure sensor voltage high
Pressure sensor failure
Pressure sensor not connected or open in the
Engine Intake Manifold signal line. Pressure sensor supply connection Intake manifold pressure
102 4 Boost Pressure Voltage OOR Low
#1 Pressure open. Harness shorted to ground. Pressure sensor voltage low
sensor failure
Boost Pressure Model Mismatch Boost pressure invalid due to an in-range
Engine Intake Manifold during engine running/ Measurement failure of the Boost Pressure sensor or Turbo Intake manifold pressure
102 7
#1 Pressure Crosscheck Mismatch at key off or key Speed sensor. Model computation does not sensor fault.
on, not running agree with MAP reading.
Due to high altitude or erratic VTG operation.
Turbocharger speed ex-
Engine Turbocharger 1 6135: 120krpm, 6090: 132krpm, 6068:
103 0 Turbo Speed High - Most Severe Level tremely high. Reduce engine
Speed 152krpm,
speed and load.
4045: 160krpm
Engine Turbocharger 1 Turbo speed is invalid, in range failure. Likely
103 2 Turbo Speed Data Incorrect Turbo Speed Data Incorrect
Speed caused by noise or plausibility fault conditions.
Engine Turbocharger 1 Harness diagnostic fault only. Open circuit Turbocharger speed sensor
103 5 Turbo Speed Diagnostics
Speed detected in turbo speed signal. circuit fault.

Intake manifold air tempera-


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Engine Intake Manifold 1 Manifold Air Temperature High - Most Cooling system performance has degraded or ture high. Reduce engine
105 0
Temperature Severe Level failed. 123°C Refers to Mixed temperature. speed and load. Check cool-
ing system for debris.

Open circuit in the harness, either signal or


Engine Intake Manifold 1 Manifold Air Temperature Voltage Intake manifold air tempera-
105 3 ground. Manifold air temperature sensor
Temperature OOR High ture sensor voltage high
failure.
Manifold air temperature sensor signal shorted
Engine Intake Manifold 1 Manifold Air Temperature Voltage Intake manifold air tempera-
105 4 to ground. Manifold air temperature sensor
Temperature OOR Low ture sensor voltage low
failed.

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SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text

Intake manifold air tempera-


Engine Intake Manifold 1 Manifold Air Temperature High - Least Cooling system performance has degraded or ture high. Reduce engine
105 15
Temperature Severe Level failed. 120°C speed and load. Check cool-
ing system for debris.

Intake manifold air tempera-


Engine Intake Manifold 1 Manifold Air Temperature High - Mod- Cooling system performance has degraded or ture high. Reduce engine
105 16
Temperature erately Severe Level failed. 121.5°C Refers to Mixed temperature. speed and load. Check cool-
ing system for debris.

Engine Air Filter is Re-


Engine Air Filter Differen- Pressure drop across air intake system Restricted air filter, other restrictions in air
107 0 stricted. Clean or replace
tial Pressure exceeds 11kPa for more than 0.5 sec inlet system, in-range sensor failure
air filter.
Pressure drop across air intake system Engine Air Filter is Re-
Engine Air Filter Differen- Restricted air filter, other restrictions in air
107 15 exceeds 1st threshold table(6.25kPa) stricted. Clean or replace
tial Pressure inlet system, in-range sensor failure
for more than 30 sec air filter.
Pressure drop across air intake system Engine Air Filter is Re-
Engine Air Filter Differen- Restricted air filter, other restrictions in air
107 16 exceeds 2nd threshold table (7.5kPa) stricted. Clean or replace
tial Pressure inlet system, in-range sensor failure
for more than 30 sec air filter.
Sensor is in range but incorrect based on MAP
Barometric pressure sensor
108 2 Barometric Pressure Barometric Pressure Invalid and Exhaust Pressure or Air Inlet Pressure
fault.
readings. Internal sensor failure.
Barometric pressure sensor
108 7 Barometric Pressure Sensor cross check Internal sensor failure
fault.
Severe leaks in cooling system, pressure cap
failure; excess air in system; overfill/under fill
of coolant; water pump leaking
Extremely low coolant pressure with
109 1 Engine Coolant Pressure Impact: boiling in EGR cooler; loss of cooling Coolant Pressure Low
EGR flow
system performance (i.e. increase of coolant
temp)

Pressure sensor harness has an open in the


Coolant pressure sensor volt-
109 3 Engine Coolant Pressure Coolant Pressure Voltage OOR High ground circuit or a short in the harness to high
age high.
voltage or pressure sensor failure.
Pressure sensor not connected or open in the
signal line. Pressure sensor supply connection Coolant pressure sensor volt-
109 4 Engine Coolant Pressure Coolant Pressure Voltage OOR Low
open. Harness shorted to ground. Pressure age low.
sensor failure.

Leaks in cooling system, pressure cap failure;


excess air in system; overfill/under fill of cool-
Low coolant pressure for one extended
109 17 Engine Coolant Pressure ant; water pump leaking Coolant Pressure Low
run period
Impact: potential for cavitation; loss of cooling
system performance

Leaks in cooling system, pressure cap failure;


High number of times of Low coolant excess air in system; overfill/under fill of cool-
109 18 Engine Coolant Pressure pressure when normal pressure is ant; water pump leaking Coolant Pressure Low
expected Impact: potential for cavitation; loss of cooling
system performance

Leaks in cooling system, pressure cap failure;


Moderate number of times of Low excess air in system; overfill/under fill of cool-
109 31 Engine Coolant Pressure coolant pressure when normal pressure ant; water pump leaking Coolant Pressure Low
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is expected Impact: potential for cavitation; loss of cooling


system performance

Cooling system performance has degraded or Engine Coolant Temperature


Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature High - Most failed. High. Reduce engine speed
110 0
ture Severe Level 6135: 111°C, 6090: 116°C, 6068: 116°C, 4045: and load. Check cooling
116°C system for debris.

Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature Voltage OOR Open circuit in the harness, either signal or Coolant temperature sensor
110 3
ture High ground. Coolant temperature sensor failure voltage high

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SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text
Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature Voltage OOR Coolant temperature sensor signal shorted to Coolant temperature sensor
110 4
ture Low ground. Coolant temperature sensor failed. voltage low

Cooling system performance has degraded or Engine Coolant Temperature


Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature High - Least failed. High. Reduce engine speed
110 15
ture Severe Level 6135: 108°C, 6090: 113°C, 6068: 113°C, 4045: and load. Check cooling
113°C system for debris.

Cooling system performance has degraded or


Engine Coolant Temperature
failed.
Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature High - Moder- High. Reduce engine speed
110 16 6135: 109°C, 6090: 114°C, 6068: 114°C, 4045:
ture ately Severe Level and load. Check cooling
114°C
system for debris.

Engine temperature has not risen into the


Engine Coolant Tempera- Coolant Temperature Low - Least normal operating range under operating condi- Engine Coolant Temperature
110 17
ture Severe Level tions. Likely due to stuck open thermostat. Low. Check cooling system.
Engine is likely operating in an AECD state.

Coolant Level extremely


Coolant level below the loss switch low. Engine Power Limited.
111 1 Engine Coolant Level Low coolant, open circuit
while coolant temp is >-40°C Add coolant and inspect for
leakage.

At power-up, if coolant temp is >-20°C


Coolant level below the ser-
111 17 Engine Coolant Level and coolant level is below the service Low coolant, open circuit
vice switch. Add Coolant.
switch
Rail pressure relief valve opened, can be due
to failed relief valve, non functioning SCV,
Engine Injector Metering Rail pressure is 25Mpa under setpoint Fuel rail pressure extremely
157 1 major leak
Rail 1 Pressure for 3 sec low. Engine power limited.
Impact - major power loss, high PM can fill
DPF
Fuel pressure sensor excitation voltage open,
157 2 Fuel Pressure Fuel Pressure In Range Invalid
Pressure sensor failure.
An open in the ground circuit of the fuel
Fuel pressure sensor voltage
157 3 Fuel Pressure Fuel Pressure Voltage OOR High pressure system. Short in the harness to high
high.
voltage or sensor failure.
Fuel pressure sensor not connected or open in
Fuel rail pressure sensor
the signal line. Pressure sensor supply connec-
157 4 Fuel Pressure Fuel Pressure Voltage OOR Low voltage low. Engine power
tion open. harness shorted to ground. Pressure
limited.
sensor failure.
157 12 Fuel Pressure Defective Rail Pressure Sensor Bad intelligent device or component
Non-functioning SCV
Engine Injector Metering Rail pressure is 10Mpa over setpoint Inlet fuel pressure high at low rail pressure
157 16 Fuel rail pressure high.
Rail 1 Pressure for 15 sec settings will supercede.
Impact - can lead to blown relief valve.

During start, the engine is not able to develop


Fuel rail pressure low during
Engine Injector Metering Rail Pressure Not Developed During starting rail pressure setpoint. Injector feed
157 17 starting. Check fuel level
Rail 1 Pressure Cranking (10Mpa within 8 sec) tube leak. Fuel is not being supplied to the
and filters.
engine. Inlet fuel pressure low fault.

Internal failure in ECU prevents the ECU from


Keyswitch Battery
158 12 ECU Cannot Power Down powering down. ECU Cannot Power Down
Potential
Impact - run down battery eventually
Battery Potential/ Power If engine is in run mode and un- Low voltage to the ECU. Voltage is < 10 V.
168 1 Battery voltage low.
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Input switched battery voltage supply is <10v Impact - possible loss of injections
Battery Potential/ Power Battery Voltage Above Normal- Mod-
168 16 High voltage to the ECU. Voltage is > 16 V. Battery voltage
Input erately Severe Level
Battery Potential/ Power Battery voltage below normal operating Check charging system, alterntor drive belt,
168 18 Battery voltage low.
Input level-Moderately Severe Level and batteries.
Cooling system performance has degraded or
failed. Fuel temperature High.
Fuel Temperature High - Most Severe
174 0 Engine Fuel Temperature Pump damage can occur. Engine power limited. Check
Level
6135: 125°C, 6090: 80°C, 6068: 80°C, 4045: cooling system for debris.
77°C

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SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text
Open circuit in the harness, either signal or
174 3 Engine Fuel Temperature Fuel Temperature Voltage OOR High ground. Fuel temperature sensor failue. Default
temperature used. Starting may be affected
Fuel temperature sensor signal shorted to
174 4 Engine Fuel Temperature Fuel Temperature Voltage OOR Low
ground. Fuel temperature sensor failed.
Cooling system performance has degraded or
Fuel temperature High.
Fuel Temperature High - Moderately failed.
174 16 Engine Fuel Temperature Check cooling system for
Severe Level 6135: 117°C, 6090: 75°C, 6068: 77°C, 4045:
debris.
73°C

A condition exists which is


A condition exists which is causing the One of the speed derate conditions exists on
189 31 Engine Rated Speed causing the engine to derate.
engine to derate. the engine.
Engine speed limited.

Engine has exceeded overspeed threshold.


Engine Speed High - Most Severe 6135: 3100rpm, 6090: 3100rpm, 6068: Engine Speed High. Reduce
190 0 Engine Speed
Level 3600rpm, engine speed.
4045: 3600rpm
Engine has exceeded overspeed threshold.
Engine speed over spec has been 6135: 2600rpm, 6090: 2700rpm, 6068: Engine Speed High. Reduce
190 16 Engine Speed
detected. 3000rpm, engine speed.
4045: 3000rpm
EGR temperature high.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR Temperature High - Most Severe Reduce engine speed and
412 0 * High loads with poor EGR cooling. 250°C
Temperature Level load. Check cooling system
for debris.
Voltage from the EGR temperature
sensor is higher than the normal tem-
perature sensor range.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation Conditions must be met: Coolant EGR temperature sensor
412 3 EGR temperature sensor failure.
Temperature Temperature above 80C, Delay Time voltage high.
5 min (warmed up), Intercooler Outlet
Temperature 5C, MAT 25C.

Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR temperature sensor signal shorted to


412 4 EGR Temperature Voltage OOR Low
Temperature ground. Temperature sensor failed
EGR temperature high.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR Temperature High - Least Severe Reduce engine speed and
412 15 * High loads with poor EGR cooling. 230°C
Temperature Level load. Check cooling system
for debris.

EGR temperature high.


Exhaust Gas Recirculation EGR Temperature High - Moderately Reduce engine speed and
412 16 * High loads with poor EGR cooling. 240°C
Temperature Severe Level load. Check cooling system
for debris.
A low side on Bank 1 is shorted to battery,
Impact - would likely not inject on that cylin-
der (software does not shutoff drive)
Fuel injector circuit voltage
611 3 System Diagnostic Code Short to battery on the injector lines OR the high side on Bank 1 is shorted to bat-
high.
tery.
Impact - would likely not inject on that bank
(software does not shutoff drive)
A low side on Bank 1 is stuck on, which may
lead to more than one injector on Bank 1 being
Supplemental Documents

actuated at once, or the high side on Bank 1 is


Fuel injector circuit voltage
611 4 System Diagnostic Code Short to ground on the injector lines shorted to ground.
low.
Impact - would likely not inject on that bank
(software shuts off drive)

System Diagnostic Code A low side on Bank 2 is shorted to battery, or Fuel injector circuit shorted
612 3 Short to battery on the injector lines
#2 the high side on Bank 2 is shorted to battery. to battery.

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SPN FMI Suspect Parameter Condition Which Causes the Fault Likely Causes / Impact of Failure Level 2 Text
A low side on Bank 2 is stuck on, which may
lead to more than one injector on Bank 2 being
System Diagnostic Code Fuel injector circuit shorted
612 4 Short to ground on the injector lines actuated at once, or the high side on Bank 2 is
#2 to ground.
shorted to ground.
Impact: Disable injection on this injector bank
Wiring Fault Detected in
System Diagnostic Code
613 3 Wiring Fault WIring Harness Shorted to Battery Engine High Pressure Pump
#3
Drive Circuit
Wiring Fault Detected in
System Diagnostic Code
613 4 Wiring Fault Wiring Harness Shorted to ground Engine High Pressure Pump
#3
Drive Circuit
Failure detected in ECU
System Diagnostic Code Failure detected in ECU High Pressure Pump
613 31 Internal ECU Failure. High Pressure Pump Drive
#3 Drive Circuit
Circuit

Engine control unit fault.


629 12 Controller Bad Intelligent Device or Component Bad EEPROM. Restart engine to attempt
vehicle recovery.

Noise is being detected on the engine position


sensor. The connections to the sensor or the Camshaft position sensor
636 2 Engine Position Sensor Engine Position Sensor Noise Detected
sensor has an intermittent failure The sensing fault.
target is damaged
Open or intermittent harness or connector
Engine Position Sensor Engine Position Sensor Current Below Camshaft position sensor
636 5 problem. Detected in Harness Diagnostics
(Cam) Normal Or Open Circuit circuit fault.
Mode.
Engine Position Sensor Engine Position Sensor Current Above The harness is shorted to ground. Detected in Camshaft position sensor
636 6
(Cam) Normal Or Grounded Circuit Harness Diagnostics Mode. circuit fault.
The signal from the engine position sensor
Engine Position Sensor Camshaft position sensor
636 8 Engine Position Sensor Signal Missing is missing. The connections to the sensor are
(Cam) missing signal.
open circuit. The sensor has failed.
The signal from the engine position sensor
Engine Position Sensor Engine Position Sensor Pattern Error does not have the proper pulse pattern. The Camshaft position sensor
636 10
(Cam) Detected sensing target is damaged. The sensor is im- fault.
properly installed.
Noise is being detected on the engine position
sensor on the crankshaft. The intermittent Crankshaft position sensor
637 2 Timing Sensor (Crank) Timing Sensor Noise Detected
failure of the connections to the sensor or the circuit fault.
sensor itself. The sensing target is damaged.
Open or intermittent harness or connector
Timing Sensor Current Below Normal Crankshaft position sensor
637 5 Timing Sensor (Crank) problem. Detected in Harness Diagnostics
Or Open Circuit circuit fault.
Mode.
Timing Sensor Current Above Normal The harness is shorted to ground. Detected in Crankshaft position sensor
637 6 Timing Sensor (Crank)
Or Grounded Circuit Harness Diagnostics Mode. circuit fault.
The relationship between the two engine posi-
Timing Sensor / Engine Position Sen- tion signals is not correct. The signal polarity is
637 7 Timing Sensor (Crank) Engine speed sensing fault.
sor Mismatch incorrect possibly due to miss wiring. CAM or
Crank target possibly not properly installed.
The signal from the engine position sensor
on the crankshaft is missing. The connections Crankshaft position sensor
637 8 Timing Sensor (Crank) Timing Sensor Signal Missing