Massey Ferguson 5400 Series Tractors Operator Instruction Book Manual

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This manual PDF download describes procedures for operation, handling, lubrication, maintenance, checking, and adjustment for the 5425-5435-5445-5455-5460-5465 Massey Ferguson Tractors. It will help the operator or anyone realize peak performance through effective, economical and safe machine operation and maintenance.

APPLICABLE MODELS :

Massey Ferguson 5425
Massey Ferguson 5435
Massey Ferguson 5445
Massey Ferguson 5455
Massey Ferguson 5460
Massey Ferguson 5465

TABLE OF CONTENTS :

Chapter 1 – TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION
Chapter 2 – INTRODUCTION – SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
Chapter 3 – INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
Chapter 4 – OPERATION
Chapter 5 – MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
Chapter 6 – SPECIFICATIONS
Chapter 7 – ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS

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Language : English
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P/N : 3378468M1
Total Pages : 142

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CONTENTS
TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION
1.1 – SERIAL NUMBER
INTRODUCTION – SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
2.1 – INTRODUCTION
2.1.1 – Pre-delivery inspection, commissioning at the user’s premises and warranty
2.1.2 – Warranty procedure
2.1.3 – Using the tractor in another region
2.1.4 – Servicing after the warranty period
2.2 – SAFETY – ALERT SYMBOLS AND TERMS
2.3 – TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENTS
2.4 – MAXIMUM TRAVEL SPEEDS
2.5 – NOTE TO THE OPERATOR
2.6 – DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION
2.7 – DECALS
2.8 – SAFETY PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW
2.8.1 – For proper operation
2.8.2 – Observe the following instructions
2.9 – PROTECTION
2.9.1 – Cab
2.9.2 – Damage to the ROPS cab
2.10 – PREPARING FOR SAFE OPERATION
2.10.1 – Know your equipment
2.10.2 – Protect yourself
2.10.3 – Use all available protective and safety devices
2.10.4 – Equipment check
2.10.5 – Clean the tractor
2.10.6 – Protect the environment
2.11 – SERVICING THE TRACTOR
2.12 – STARTING
2.12.1 – Warn personnel before starting
2.12.2 – Get on and off the tractor safely
2.12.3 – Safe start-up
2.12.4 – Follow recommended start-up procedures
2.12.5 – Controls test
2.12.6 – Starting fluid
2.13 – WORKING SAFELY
2.13.1 – Make the right moves
2.13.2 – Safety instructions to be observed
2.13.3 – Safety of bystanders
2.13.4 – Risk of overturning
2.13.5 – To avoid side overturns
2.13.6 – To avoid rear overturns
2.13.7 – Other risks
2.13.8 – Implements and attachments
2.13.9 – Safety measures when towing
2.13.10 – Tractor Towing
2.13.11 – Road use
2.13.12 – Highway code
2.14 – SAFETY – AFTER OPERATION
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
3.1 – INSTRUMENT PANEL
3.2 – INDICATOR LIGHTS PANEL
3.3 – PEDALS
3.4 – STEERING WHEEL
3.5 – SEAT
3.6 – RIGHT-HAND CONSOLE
3.7 – LEFT-HAND CONSOLE
3.8 – UPPER CONSOLE
3.8.1 – Air conditioning system
3.9 – SUN VISOR
3.10 – ROOF HATCH
3.10.1 – Standard roof hatch
3.10.2 – High visibility sunroof hatch
3.11 – OPENING WINDSHIELD
OPERATION
4.1 – RUNNING IN
4.1.1 – The following precautions should be taken during the running in period
4.2 – START-UP
4.2.1 – Starting the engine
4.3 – STOPPING THE ENGINE
4.4 – DRIVING THE TRACTOR
4.4.1 – Foot throttle
4.4.2 – Selecting the correct gear ratio
4.4.2.1 – Range shifting
4.4.3 – Speedshift
4.4.4 – Creeper gearbox
4.4.5 – PowerShuttle (depending on model)
4.5 – BRAKES
4.6 – DIFFERENTIAL LOCK
4.7 – POWER TAKE-OFF
4.7.1 – 540 and 1000 rpm shiftable PTO with interchangeable shaft
4.7.2 – Shiftable PTO – 540 and 1000 rpm
4.7.3 – Ground Speed PTO
4.7.4 – Load Sensing PTO
4.8 – STEERING
4.9 – ELECTRONIC LINKAGE
4.9.1 – Attaching an implement from the driver’s seat
4.9.2 – Lowering
4.9.3 – Lifting
4.9.4 – Depth control
4.9.5 – Attaching an implement using external controls
4.9.6 – Transport
4.9.7 – Activate transport control system
4.9.8 – Use when working
4.9.9 – Operation at headlands
4.10 – AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS
4.10.1 – Types of spool valves or equipment
4.10.2 – Hydraulic spool valve control
4.10.2.1 – Standard spool valve lever (Fig. 21)
4.10.2.2 – Mechanical Joystick (Fig. 23)
4.10.3 – Open Centre 100L/min
4.11 – THREE-POINT LINKAGE
4.11.1 – Lower links
4.11.2 – Top link
4.11.3 – Lift rods
4.11.4 – Stabilisers
4.11.5 – Adjustment procedures
4.12 – DRAWBARS AND HITCHES
4.12.1 – Perforated bar
4.12.2 – Swinging drawbar
4.12.3 – Closed eye bolt for balanced full trailer
4.12.4 – Roller type swinging drawbar
4.12.5 – 4 wheel trailer clevis hitch
4.12.5.1 – Standard clevis, pin-adjusting scale
4.12.5.2 – Automatic clevis, easy adjustment scale
4.12.6 – “Dromone” auto-hitch
4.13 – TRANSMISSION CONTROL
4.13.1 – Differential lock control
4.13.2 – Power front axle (4WD)
4.13.3 – Power Take-Off Control
4.13.4 – Hydraulic pressure (Low pressure)
MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
5.1 – INITIAL 50 HOUR SERVICE INSPECTION
5.1.1 – Engine, fuel and cooling systems
5.1.2 – Electrical system and instruments
5.1.3 – Front axle and steering
5.1.4 – Transmission and hydraulics
5.1.5 – Clutches and brakes
5.1.6 – General
5.2 – SERVICE GUIDE
5.3 – USER GUIDE
5.3.1 – Engine, fuel and cooling systems
5.3.2 – Electrical system and instruments
5.3.3 – Front axle and steering
5.3.4 – Transmission and hydraulics
5.3.5 – General
5.4 – LUBRICATION
5.4.1 – All year round
5.5 – RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS
5.5.1 – Engine oil
5.5.2 – Recommended SAE viscosity grades (SAE J300d)
5.5.3 – Coolant
5.5.4 – Transmission and hydraulic clutch
5.5.5 – Front axle
5.5.6 – Grease nipples
5.6 – INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESSURE WASHING
5.7 – LUBRICATION
5.7.1 – Lubrication points
5.8 – ENGINE
5.8.1 – 4- and 6-cylinder engine
5.8.2 – Oil level
5.8.3 – Drain the engine oil every 400 hours
5.8.4 – Change the engine oil filter(s) every 400 hours
5.8.5 – Closed circuit breather
5.9 – FUEL SYSTEM
5.9.1 – Fuel prefilter (6 cylinders)
5.9.2 – Fuel filter(s)
5.9.3 – Replace the filter element(s) every 400 hours
5.9.4 – Bleeding the fuel system
5.9.5 – Fuel injection pump, regulator and injectors
5.9.6 – Fuel tank
5.10 – AIR FILTER
5.10.1 – Prefilter and main filter
5.11 – COOLING SYSTEM
5.12 – STEERING, TRANSMISSION AND HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
5.12.1 – Filtering the hydraulic circuit
5.12.2 – Transmission oil cooler (depending on version)
5.13 – FRONT AXLE – 2-WHEEL DRIVE
5.14 – FRONT AXLE – 4-WHEEL DRIVE
5.14.1 – Final drive units
5.14.2 – Front axle
5.15 – CLUTCH AND BRAKES
5.15.1 – Adjustments
5.16 – AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
5.16.1 – Condenser
5.16.2 – Checking the air conditioning system
5.17 – CHECKING THE FAN BELT CONDITION
5.17.1 – Check belt tension every 400 hours
5.18 – CAB
5.18.1 – Cab air filter
5.18.2 – ROPS cab or frame
5.19 – TYRES
5.19.1 – Dual rear wheels
5.19.2 – Use
5.19.3 – Wheel bolts
5.19.4 – Liquid ballasting
5.19.5 – Inflation pressure:
5.19.6 – Pressure under load (bar) (psi)
5.20 – WHEELS
5.21 – TRACK ADJUSTMENTS
5.21.1 – Front wheel track
5.21.1.1 – 2-wheel drive
5.21.1.2 – 4-wheel drive
5.21.2 – Rear wheel track adjustment (mm)
5.22 – ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
5.22.1 – Batteries
5.22.2 – Alternator
5.22.3 – Trailer socket (ISO)
5.22.4 – Headlight adjustment
5.22.4.1 – Headlight adjustment procedure
5.23 – REPLACING FUSES
5.24 – LAYOUT OF RELAYS
5.25 – FUEL HANDLING, STORAGE AND SPECIFICATION
5.25.1 – Diesel fuel
5.25.1.1 – Recommended fuel specification
5.25.2 – Fuel storage conditions
5.26 – STORING THE TRACTOR
SPECIFICATIONS
6.1 – ENGINE
6.1.1 – Fuel system and air filter
6.2 – GROUND SPEEDS
6.2.1 – Road speed at 2200 rpm “Speedshift” and creeper and super creeper gears for 5425 and 5435. 16.9R34 tyres
6.2.2 – Road speed at 2200 rpm “Speedshift” and creeper and super creeper gears for 5445. 16.9R38 tyres
6.2.3 – Road speed at 2200 rpm “Speedshift” and creeper and super creeper gears for 5455 and 5460. 18.4R38 tyres
6.2.4 – Road speed at 2200 rpm “Speedshift” and creeper and super creeper gears for 5465. 18.4R38 tyres
6.3 – ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
6.4 – COOLING
6.5 – TRANSMISSION
6.6 – FINAL DRIVE UNITS
6.7 – POWER TAKE-OFF
6.8 – FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE FRONT AXLE
6.9 – HYDRAULICS (ACCORDING TO MODEL OR COUNTRY)
6.9.1 – 57 L/min Open Centre
6.9.2 – 100 L/min Open Centre
6.10 – LINKAGE
6.10.1 – Rear linkage
6.10.2 – Front linkage
6.11 – BRAKES
6.12 – DIFFERENTIAL LOCK – REAR AXLE
6.13 – STEERING
6.14 – WHEELS
6.15 – TYRES
6.16 – INFLATION PRESSURE
6.17 – TRACK WIDTH ADJUSTMENTS
6.18 – NOISE LEVELS (dBA) AT OPERATOR EARS
6.19 – CAPACITIES
6.20 – TIGHTENING TORQUES
6.20.1 – Wheels
6.20.2 – Miscellaneous
6.21 – DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
6.22 – DIMENSIONS AND ATTACHMENT POINTS
6.22.1 – Specifications for models 5425 to 5455
6.22.2 – Specifications for model 5460
6.22.3 – Specifications for model 5465
ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS
7.1 – AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES

 

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