Massey Ferguson 8200 Series Tractors Service Workshop Manual

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APPLICABLE MODELS :

MF 8210
MF 8220 / 8220 Xtra
MF 8240 / 8240 Xtra
MF 8250 / 8250 Xtra
MF 8260 / 8260 Xtra
MF 8270 / 8270 Xtra
MF 8280 / 8280 Xtra

TABLE OF CONTENTS :

1. Introduction
2. Splitting the tractor
3. Engine
4. Clutch
5. Gearbox
6. Rear axle
7. Power Take-Off
8. Front Axle
9. Hydraulics
10. Electrical equipment
11. Electronics
12. Cab and Equipement
13. Accessories
14. Service tools

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File Format : PDF
Language : English
Printable : Yes
Searchable : Yes
Bookmarked : Yes
P/N : 3378177 M1
Total Pages : 1965

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MF 8200 TRACTORS SERIES
CONTENTS
1 . INTRODUCTION
1 A01 Introduction
A . Reading the manual
B . General specifications
C. Safety instructions
D . Practical advice
E . Instructions for putting the tractor in service
F . Conversion tables
G . Locking compounds and sealants
H . Tightening torques
2 . SPLITTING THE TRACTOR
2 A01 Splitting the tractor between front frame / Engine
General
A . Preliminary operations
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
B . Disassembling (Fig. 4)
C . Reassembling
D . Final operations
E. Version with Carraro front axle
F. Service tools
2 B01 Splitting the tractor betwwen Engine / Gearbox
General
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling (Fig. 4)
C . Reassembling
D . Final operations
E . Service tools
2 C01 Splitting the tractor between Gearbox / Intermediate housing
General
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling (Fig. 2)
C . Reassembling
D . Final operations
E . Service tools
F . Heavy Duty Version
2 D01 Splitting the tractor between Intermediate housing / Centre housing
General
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling
C . Reassembling
D . Final operations
2 E01 Separating PTO housing / Centre housing
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling (Fig. 4)
C . Reassembling (Fig. 4)
D . Final operations
2 F01 Chassis reinforcements
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
B . Installing and adjusting the reinforcements (Heavy Duty gearbox) (Fig. 2 – 3)
2 G01 Rear wheels / Hubs
General
A . Presentation of the main assemblies and torque values
B . Changing track
C . Replacing a wheel stud
3 . ENGINE
3 A01 General
A . Introduction
B . Main characteristics
C . Viscostatic fan
3 B01 Flywheel and dampers
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
B . Removing and refitting the damper (Figs 1 – 2)
C . Removing and refitting the fly-wheel and the bearing
D . Replacing the starter ring gear
E . Service tools
3 C01 Spacer
A . Removing and refitting the spacer
Fig. 4
B . Service tools
3 C02 Spacer – Power Shuttle
A . Removing and refitting the spacer
B . Service tool
4 . CLUTCH
4 A01 Pressure loaded clutch
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 1A
Fig. 2
A . Removing and refitting the clos-ing plate and replacing lip seal (57) and O’ring (1) P
B . Removing and refitting the clutch
C . Adjusting the clutch
D . Disassembling and reassembling the clutch
E . Removing and refitting control valve (Fig. 11)
F . Service tools
5 . GEARBOX
5 A01 General – Operation
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
B . Operation
C . Specifications
Fig. 6
5 A02 General – Operation
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
B . Operation
C . Spécifications
D . Tightening torques
5 B01 Input unit with mechanical reverse shuttle
General
A . Removing and refitting the unit
B . Service tools
5 B02 Input unit with power shuttle
General
A. Preliminary operations
B . Removal
C . Refitting
D . Adjusting of the progressive sensor
E . Final operations
F . Service tools
5 B03 Dynashift
General
Theory of Operation
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Removing and disassembling the cover, housing, front clutch and brake
C . Removing and separating the planet pinion cage assembly
D . Disassembling the rear clutch and brake
E . Assembling the planet pinion cages
F . Reassembling the rear clutch and brake
G . Reassembling the cover, front clutch, brake and housing
H . Shimming the planet pinion cage
I . Assembling the input unit
J . Final operations
K . Service tools
5 B04 Dynashift
General
Parts list (Fig. 1 – 2)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Operating principle
A . Preliminary operations
B . Removing and disassembling the cover, front clutch casing and brake (Fig. 7 – 8)
Fig. 8
C . Removing and splitting the planet carrier unit
D . Disassembling the rear clutch and brake
E . Assembling the planet carriers
F. Refitting the rear clutch and brake
G . Refitting the cover, front clutch, brake and casing
H . Shimming the planet carriers
I . Assembling the input unit
J . Final operations
K . Service tools
5 B05 Mechanical reverse shuttle
General
Operation
Parts List
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
5 B06 Power Shuttle
General
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
A . Removing and refitting the front clutch
B . Disassembling and reassembling the front clutch
C . Shimming the front clutch
D . Disassembling and reassembling the rear clutch
E . Disassembling and reassembling the driving pinion – Shimming the shaft
F . Service tools
5 C01 Selector cover
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Operation
B . Removing and refitting the cover
C . Replacing the Hare/Tortoise pis-ton seals (Fig. 4)
D . Disassembling and reassembling the selector mechanisms
E . Installing and adjusting the gear linkage and reverse shuttle control cables (tractors with cab)
F . Version for tractors with platforms
Fig. 19
G . Adjusting the Hare/Tortoise range
H . Service tools
5 C02 Selector cover
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Operation
B . Removing and refitting the cover
C . Replacing Hare / Tortoise piston seals (Fig. 4)
D . Disassembling and reassembling the selector mechanisms
E . Fitting and adjusting the gear linkage
F . Adjusting the Hare / Tortoise range
G . Service tools
5 C03 Selector cover – Optimised Hare / Tortoise function
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Identification and functions of components – Hare / Tortoise function
B . Removing and refitting the cover
C . Replacing Hare / Tortoise piston seals (Fig. 4)
D . Disassembling and reassembling the selector mechanisms
E . Fitting and adjusting the gear linkage
F . Adjusting the Hare / Tortoise range
G . Service tools
5 D01 Selector rails
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling selector rails and adjusting forks and gearbox selector
B . Disassembling and reassembling selector rail and adjusting input unit fork
5 D02 Selector rails
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling selector rails and adjusting forks and gearbox selector
5 E01 Output shaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Removing and refitting the selec-tor rails and forks
C . Removing, refitting and shimming the shaft
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
D . Final operations
5 F01 Mainshaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling and reassembling the shaft
C . Final operations
D . Shimming of the input pinion (Fig. 8)
E . Shimming the shaft
5 F02 Mainshaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Disassembling and reassembling the shaft
C . Final operations
D . Shimming the shaft
E . Service tools
5 G01 Layshaft
General
Parts list General
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Removing and disassembling the shaft
C . Reassembling and refitting the shaft
D . Final operations
E . Shimming the pinions (Fig. 7)
F . Shimming the bearings
G . Service tools
5H01 General
A . General
B . Characteristics
C . Transmission (Figs. 2 to 7)
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
D . Power transmission – Description
E . Vibration damper and coupling shafts (Figs. 15 – 16)
Parts list
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
F . Service tools
5I01 Transmission hydraulic circuit
A . Characteristics – Transmission hydraulic circuit
B . General
C . Hydraulic circuit diagram
Parts list
Fig. 1
D . Oil filter (Fig. 2)
Fig. 2
E . Thermostatic valve (Fig. 4)
F . Pressure regulating-valve (Fig. 6)
G . Proportional solenoid valve (Fig. 7)
H . Pump and pressure circuit
I . Disassembling the pump
J . Pump reassembly
K . Clutch circuit
L . Lubricating circuit
5J01 Transmission – Repair
A . Disassembling the gearbox
B . Removing the front housing
C . Removing clutches and trans-mission shafts
D . Replacing the input shaft seal
E . Inspecting and repairing the hous-ing
F . Reassembling the gearbox
G . Overhauling a speed clutch train
Parts list
Fig. 38
Parts list
Fig. 39
Parts list
Fig. 40
H . Input shaft – 1 st stage shaft (Fig. 50)
I . Repairing the range clutch shaft
Parts list
Fig. 64
Parts list
Fig. 65
Parts list
Fig. 66
5 K01 Creeper unit
General
Operation (Fig. 2)
Parts list
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
A . Removing and remounting the unit
B . Disassembling, reassembling and adjusting the selector
C . Disassembling and reassembling the epicyclical reducer
D . Control adjustment
6 . REAR AXLE
6A01 Description
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
B . Layout of the main components (Fig. 1 and 2)
6B01 Standard trumpets
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Removing and refitting the trumpet housing assembly
B . Removing and refitting the brake plate and crownwheel assembly
C . Removing and disassembling the planetary carrier
D . Reassembling and refitting the planetary carrier
E . Replacing the axle shaft bearings
F . Shimming the axle shaft bearings
G . Replacing a wheel stud on the axle flange
6B02 Trumpets with sealed compartment
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Removing and refitting the trumpet assembly
B . Removing and refitting the com-partment and crownwheel assem-bly
C . Replacing compartment seals
D . Removing and refitting the planetary carrier
E . Reassembling and refitting the planetary carrier
F . Replacing the axle shaft bearings
G . Shimming the axle shaft bearings
H . Service tools
6B03 Trumpets with composite drive unit
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the trum-pet assembly
B . Removal and refitting the spacer and crownwheel assembly
C . Replacing the spacer seals
D . Replacing the cassette seal
E . Removing and dissassembling of the planetary carrier
F . Reassembling and refitting the planetary carrier
G . Shimming the planetary gear
H . Replacing the axle shaft bearings
I . Shimming the axle shaft bearings
J . Service tools
6B04 Trumpets with double reduction
General
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the trumpet assembly
B . Removing and refitting brake plate, crownwheels, spacer and epicyclic reducer gears (Fig. 12)
C . Replacing the cassette seal
D . Disassembling and reassembling the planetary gears
E . Replacing the axle shaft bearings
F . Shimming the axle shaft bearings
G . Service tools
6C01 Handbrake unit and control link
General
Operation
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling the handbrake unit
B . Disassembling, reassembling and adjusting the controls
C . Disassembling, reassembling the lever and replacing the cable
6D01 Differential with standard bevel gear and hydromechanical lock
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the left-hand differential lock carrier, disas-sembling and reassembling the lock assembly
B . Removing and refitting the right-hand differential lock carrier
C . Removing and refitting the differ-ential unit assembly
D . Removing and refitting the plan-etary gears and sun gears and dis-assembling and reassembling the crownwheel
E . Adjusting and checking the back-lash
F . Shimming the differential unit
G . Removing and refitting the drive pinion
H . Removing and refitting the drive pinion
I . Service tools
6D02 Differential with standard bevel gear and multidisc lock
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the car-riers
B . Removal and refitting the diffe-rential unit assembly
C . Removing and refitting the multi-disc lock
D . Removing and refitting the plane-tary gears and sun gears and disassemblying and reassembling the crownwheel
E . Adjusting and checking the back-lash
F . Shimming the differential unit
G . Removing and refitting the drive pinion
H . Adjusting and shimming the drive pinion
I . Service tools
6D03 Differential with hypoid bevel gear and multidisc lock
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the car-riers
B . Removing and refitting the diffe-rential unit assembly
C . Removing and refitting the multi-disc lock
D . Removing and refitting the plane-tary gears and sun gears and disassembling and reassembling the crownwheel
E . Adjusting and checking the multi-disc
F . Shimming the differential unit
G . Removing and refitting the drive pinion
H . Adjusting the position and shim-ming the drive pinion
I . Service tools
6E01 Brake pistons and seals
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
A . Disassembly
B . Reassembly
C . Service tools
6F01 Park lock
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Unlocking the system and posi-tioning the special bolt
B . Removing and refitting the sleeve
C . Disassembling the control
D . Reassembling the control
6G01 Lift cylinder supports
General
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Cylinder attaching points
Parts list
Fig. 4
B . Preliminary operations
C . Removing and refitting the shaft (7)
D . Disassembling and reassembling the supports (2) (16)
E . Final operations
F . Service tools
6H01 Creeper
General
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
A . Removing and refitting the unit
B . Disassembling, reassembling and adjusting the selection mechanism
C . Disassembling and reassembling the epicyclical reducer gear (Fig. 7)
D . Adjusting the control
6I01 Brackets and automatic hook
General
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Identifying the brackets, yokes, swinging drawbars and automatic hook (Fig. 1)
B . Adjusting the rods and automatic hook control
C . Operating principle of the Dromone retractable hook
6J01 Rear hitch mechanism
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
B . Description of the hitch mecha-nism
C . Disassembling and reassembling a lift cylinder
7 . POWER TAKE-OFF
7A01 Description of the Power Take-off
A . General
B . Overall views
7B01 Driving pinions – Bearings – Layshaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Removing and refitting the driving pinion, bearings and layshaft
B . Shimming
7C01 Removable shaft
General
Part list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling pinions 540 – 1000 rpm or 750 – 1000 rpm
B . Disassembling and reassembling the front bearing block (1)
C . Disassembling and reassembling the bearings
D . Removing and refitting the shaft and replacing the oil seal
E . Shimming (Fig. 3 – 4)
F . Service Tools
7D01 Shiftable PTO shaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling 540 – 1000 rpm or 750 – 1000 rpm pinions, fork and bearing (24)
B . Removing, refitting and disassembling, reassembling the rear bearing block, oil seal and shaft bearings
C . Shimming (Fig. 4 – 5)
D . Long shaft version
E . Adjusting the control
F . Service tools
7E01 1000 rpm power take-off shaft
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassem-blying 1000 rpm pinion and bearing (24)
B . Removing, refitting and disassembling, reassembling the rear bearing block, oil seal and shaft bearings
C . Shimming (Figs. 4 – 5)
D . Long shaft version
E . Service tools
7F01 Clutch and brake
A . General
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
B . Removing and refitting the clutch
C . Disassembling and reassembling the clutch
D . Service tools
8 . FRONT AXLE
8A01 Generality – Carraro front axle
A. General description
Parts list
Fig. 1
B. Safety instructions
8B01 Dana final drive units
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Layout of main components
B . Removing and disassembling the planetary carrier, sun gear and crownwheel
C . Reassembling and refitting the planetary carrier, crownwheel and sun gear
D . Disassembling and reassembling the wheel hub
E . Replacing a wheel stud
F . Disassembling, reassembling and shimming the swivel housing
G . Removing and refitting the universal drive shaft
H . Service tools
8 B02 ZF final drive units
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
A . Removing and refitting the pla-netary carrier, sun gear, crownwheel and wheel hub
B . Disassembling and reassembling the planetary carrier
C . Replacing the lip seal and wheel hub bearings
D . Adjusting the rotational torque of the wheel hub
E . Shimming the planetary carrier
F . Disassembling and reassembling the swivel housing
G . Replacing the seal and transmis-sion bushes
H . Removing and refitting – disassembling and reassembling the universal drive shaft
I . Replacing a wheel stud
J . Service tools
8B03 Carraro final drive units
General
A. Steering cylinder group disassembly
B. Epicyclic reduction gear disassembly
C. Wheel hub group disassembly
D. Axle beam group disassembly
E. Axle beam group assembly
F. Wheel hub group assembly
G. Epicyclic reduction gear assembly
H . Toe-in adjustement
J. Steering angle adjustment
K. Service tools
8C01 Dana differential
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Splitting front axle / frame
B . Removing swivel housings, wheel hub and drive shafts
C . Removing the differential housing assembly
D . Disassembling the differential
E . Removing the differential lock (Fig. 7)
F . Removing the crownwheel and drive pinion
G . Refitting the drive pinion and crownwheel
H . Reassembling the differential lock
I . Piston leak test
J . Refitting swivel housings, wheel hub and drive shafts
K . Refitting swivel housings, wheel hub and drive shafts
L . Assembling front axle / frame
M . Service tools
8C02 ZF differential
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
A . Splitting front axle / frame
B . Removing the swivel housings
C . Removing the axle nose
D . Removing and refitting – disas-sembling and reassembling the dif-ferential housing and crownwheel
E . Shimming the differential hou-sing and adjusting the backlash
F . Removing and refitting the drive pinion, adjusting the bevel gear dis-tance and shimming the bearings
G . Refitting the axle nose
H . Refitting the swivel housings
I . Assembling front axle / frame
J . Service tools
8 C03 Carraro differential
General
A. Splitting front axle / frame
B. Removing swivel housings, wheel hub and drive shafts
C. Disassembling the differential support group
D. Pinion group disassembly
E. Differential group disassembly
F. Pinion group assembly
G. Differential group assembly
H. Differential carrier group assembly
I. Service tools
8 D01 2 WD front axle
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Removing and refitting the steering arm ball joint
B . Removing and refitting the hub, axle spindle and extending arm
C . Removing and refitting the stee-ring ram
D . Removing and refitting the front axle
E . Adjusting the wheel alignment
F . Adjusting the wheel track
G . Service tools
8 E01 Steering column
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Operation
A . Removing and refitting the stee-ring column
B . Disassembling and reassembling the control lever assembly
C . Removing and refitting the not-ched lever and rack
D . Removing and refitting the lock-ing mechanism
E . Replacing the shafts and bea-rings
F . Replacing the guide bushes (26) (27) (30)
8 F01 Bearings and transmission shafts (Dana front axles)
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Removing and refitting the bea-rings
B . Replacing bushes and seal
C . 2 WD version
8 F02 Bearings and transmission shafts (ZF front axles)
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
A . Disassembling and reassembling 4WD transmission shafts and uni-versal joint spiders
B . Removing and refitting the bea-rings
C . Replacing bushes and seal
8 F03 Bearings and transmission shafts (Carraro front axle)
General
Parts list (Fig.2)
Fig. 1
Parts list (Figs. 3 – 4)
Fig. 2
A . Disassembling and reassembling the 4WD transmission shafts and the universal joint spiders
B . Removing and refitting the front bearing support and front axle
C . Replacing the friction rings and seal
8G01 4 WD clutch
General
Part list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
A . Preliminary operations
B . Removing, refitting the clutch assembly and shaft
C . Disassembling, reassembling and shimming the clutch
D . Shimming the shaft
E . Final operations
8G02 Carraro suspension
A. Arms unit disassembly
B. Arms unit assembly
C. Service tools
8I01 Carraro troubleshooting
Generality
A. Troubleshooting
B. Axle problem and diagnosis
9 . HYDRAULICS
9 A01 Description of the 110 l/min circuit
A . General
B . Principle
C . Centre housing lubricating circuit
D . Layout of components in AG 150 – AG 250 Full Powershift and Heavy Duty gearboxes
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Parts list
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Fig. 7A
E . Diagrams
Parts list
9A02 Description of the 150 l/min circuit
A . General
B . Principle
C . Centre housing lubricating circuit
D . Layout of components in AG 150 and AG 250 Full Powershift gear-boxes
Parts list
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
E . Diagram
Parts list
Fig. 8
9 B01 Priority blocks with trailer braking
General
A . Identification of ports (Figs. 2 to 4)
B . Operation of spool valves
9 C01 Priority blocks without trailer braking
General
A . Identification of ports (Fig. 2 to 4)
Parts list
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
B . Operation (Fig. 5)
9 D01 Auxiliary spool valves
General
Operation (Fig. 5 to 7)
A . Different types of spool valves
Fig. 5
Fig. 6-7
Fig. 8
B . Diagram
C . Removing and refitting the spool valves
9 D02 Bosch auxiliary spool valves
General
Operation (Fig. 2 – 3)
A . Layout of components, designation of ports and parts
B . Diagram
C . Removing and refitting the unit – Splitting the spool valves
D . Assembly procedure
E . Assembling and adjusting the control cables (Fig. 19)
9 D03 Electro-hydraulic spool valves
General
Parts list (Fig. 1)
Fig. 1
A . Layout of components and identification of channels and ports
B . Diagram
C . Spool valve assembly
D . Assembly procedure
E . Location of levers on the console and fitting, adjustment of a control cable
9 E01 Lift control spool valve
General
A . Diagrams
B . Removing and refitting the spool valve
C . Neutral position
D . Raise position
E . Lower position
9 F01 Hydrostatic steering
General
Parts list
Fig. 1
A . The principle of Load Sensing
B . Layout of channels and ports (Fig. 3)
C .Diagram
D . Neutral position (engine running) (Fig. 5)
E . Steering lock (engine running) (Fig. 6)
F . Manual steering (engine stopped) (Fig. 7)
G . Disassembling and reassembling the Orbitrol steering unit (Fig. 1)
H . Removing, refitting and disassembling, reassembling the Dana and Carraro steering rams
9 F02 Hydrostatic steering for 4WD front axles – APL5052
General
A . Principle of “Load Sensing”
Parts list
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
B . Neutral position (engine running) (Fig. 3)
C . Wheel steering lock position (engine running) (Fig. 4)
D . Manual steering (engine stopped) (Fig. 5)
E . Disassembling and reassembling the distribution valve (Orbitrol) (Fig. 1 – 2)
F . Removing and refitting – Disassembling and reassembling a steering ram
G . Layout of channels and ports
9 G01 Right-hand cover 110 l/min Load Sensing
General
Parts list
Fig. 3
3A
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 5A
A . Removing and refitting the cover
B . Description and operation of the variable displacement pump
C . Removing and refitting the pump
D . Adjusting the engine speed sen-sor (Heavy Duty version)
E . Removing and refitting – Disassembly and reassembling the pump bearing
9 G02 150 l/min right-hand cover
General
Parts list
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
A . Removing and refitting the cover
B . Description and operation of the variable displacement pump
C . Removing and refitting the pump
D . Disassembling, reassembling and shimming of the idler pinion
E . Removing and refitting – Disassembling and reassembling the pump bearing block
9 H01 Left-hand cover 110 l/min and 150 l/min Load Sensing
General
Parts list
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
A . Removing and refitting the cover
B . Removing and refitting the boos-ter pump
C . Replacing the pump seals (Fig. 10)
9 I01 Brake and clutch master cylinders circuit and bleeding
General
A . Servicing the master cylinders
B . Brake master cylinders
C . Master cylinder and servobrake assembly
D . Adjusting the servobrake rod (Fig. 10)
E . Adjusting the brake pedals (Fig. 11)
F . Clutch master cylinder
G . Adjusting the clutch pedal (Heavy Duty transmission version)
H . Bleeding the main brake circuit
I . Bleeding the trailer braking circuit
J . Bleeding the clutch control
9 I02 Brake and clutch master cylinders circuit and bleeding
General
A . Servicing the master cylinders and FTE valve
B . Brake master cylinders
Parts list (Fig. 8)
Fig. 8
C. FTE valve (Fig. 9)
D . Adjusting the brake pedals (Fig. 12)
E . Bleeding the main brake circuit
9 J01 Clutch control valve
General
A . Operating phases of the clutch valve
B . Disassembling and reassembling the valve (Fig. 10)
C . Service tools
9 K01 Power Shuttle control unit
General
A . Designation of pipes and components (Fig. 1)
B . Removing and refitting the control unit (1) (Fig.1)
C . Location of ports and identifying proportional solenoid valves
9K02 Hydraulic control unit – Suspended front axle
A. Technical Features
Parts list (Fig. 1 – 2)
Fig. 2
B . Description of the hydraulic circuit
C . Disassembly / Assembly of the hydraulic control unit
D . Disassembly / Assembly of the steering cylinder
9 L01 Dynashift control
General
A . Explanation of ratios
B . Checking piston pressures
9M01 Oil decontamination
A . General
B . Decontamination procedure
C . Diagrams
Parts list
Fig. 3
Parts list
Fig. 4
9 N01 Hydraulic tests
A . General
B . Testing the high pressure 110 l/ min circuit
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Fig. 13
C . Testing the low pressure 110 l/min circuit
D . Testing the high pressure 150 l/ min circuit
E . Testing the low pressure 150 l/min circuit
F . Low pressure hydraulic functions of the Full Powershift gearbox
10 . ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
10 A01 Electrical equipment
A . General
B . Dynashift – Cab accessories and engine equipment (Fig. 1 to 7)
Fig. 1
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 2
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 3
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 4
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 5
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 6
Parts list
Identification of connectors
Fig. 7
Parts list
Identification of connectors
C . Full Powershift – Engine equipment (Fig. 8)
Fig. 8
Parts list
equip-ment Colour codes Identification of connectors
D . Full Powershift – Cab equipment (Fig. 9)
Fig. 9
Parts list
Identification of connectors
E . Lighting layout (except North America) (Fig. 10)
Fig. 10
Parts list
Identification of connectors
F . Direction indicator lamps (except North America) (Fig. 11)
Fig. 11
Parts list
Identification of connectors
G . Work lights and flashing beacons (except North America) (Fig. 12)
Fig. 12
Parts list
Identification of connectors
H . Dynashift – Full lighting system (North America) (Fig. 13)
Fig. 13
Parts list
Identification of connectors
I . Full lighting system – Full Powershift (North America) (Fig. 14)
Fig. 14
Parts list
Identification of connectors
J . Dynashift – Fuses (except North America) (Fig. 15)
K . Full Powershift – Fuses (except North America) (Fig. 16)
L . Dynashift – Fuses (North America) (Fig. 17)
M . Full Powershift – Fuses (North America) (Fig. 18)
10 A02 Deutsch electrical equipment
A . General
B . Engine and cab equipment Autotronic 3 (Fig. 2 to 10)
Parts list
Fig. 2
Parts list
Fig. 3
Parts list
Fig. 4
Parts list
Fig. 5
Parts list
Fig. 6
Parts list
Fig. 7
Parts list
Fig. 8
Parts list
Fig. 9
Parts list
Fig. 10
Parts list
Fig. 11
C . Engine and cab equipment
Parts list
Fig. 12
Parts list
Fig. 13
Parts list
Fig. 14
Parts list
Fig. 15
Parts list
Fig. 16
Parts list
Fig. 17
Parts list
Fig. 18
Parts list
Fig. 19
Parts list
Fig. 20
D . Lighting equipment – Europe
Parts list
Fig. 21
Parts list
Fig. 22
Parts list
Fig. 23
E . Lighting equipment – North
Parts list
Fig. 24
Parts list
Fig. 25
Parts list
Fig. 26
F . Location of fuses – Dynashift (Europe) (Fig. 27)
G . Location of fuses – Dynashift (North America) (Fig. 28)
H . Location of fuses – Powershift (Europe) (Fig. 29)
I . Location of fuses – Powershift (North America) (Fig. 30)
11 . ELECTRONICS
11 A01 Description
A . General
B . Flowchart of Autotronic 2 modes
C . Flowchart of functions
D . Diagrams
11 A02 Checks without a tester
A . Test procedure
B . Analysis of possible faults
11 A03 Description
A . General
B . Autotronic 3 status flowcharts
C . Automatic responses of the Autotronic 3
D . Operating principle of the Auto-matic Dynashift
E . Calibration of throttle pedal potentiometer
F . Power Shuttle principles
G . Calibration of the Power Shuttle
H . Power Shuttle error codes
I . Disassembling, reassembling the Power Shuttle lever
J . Operation of the manoeuvring pedal
K . Electrical diagram
Parts list
Fig. 8
Parts list
Fig. 9
Parts list
Fig. 10
Parts list
Fig. 11
Parts list
Fig. 12
Parts list
Fig. 13
Parts list
Fig. 14
Parts list
Fig. 15
Parts list
Fig. 16
Parts list
Fig. 17
Parts list
Fig. 18
11 B01 Description and operation
A . Description
B . DCC dashboard
C . Status of DCC switches
D . Characteristics of DCC sensor input signals
E . Transmission Controller (TC)
F . Operation of solenoid valves and test procedures
G . Input signals of TC sensors / swit-ches
H . Operation of the manoeuvring pedal
I . Operation of the armrest gear selector switch assembly
J .Steering wheel gear shift lever
K . Use of the Backup Harness
L . Location of sensors
11B02 Calibration
A. General
B . Level 0
C . Level 1
D . Level 2
E . Level 3
F . Adjust the shifting
G . Diagnostic modes
11B03 Error codes
A . General
B . List of TC and DCC error codes
C . TC and DCC error codes analysis
11 C01 Description of electronic linkage
A . Description
B . Console
C . Diagram
11 C02 Linkage auto-diagnostics
A . Operation
11 D01 Datatronic
A . General
B . Activating the basic data
C . The “Working” key
D . The “Implement Width” key
F .The “Wheel Slip Control” key
G . “Memory” keys
H . Comparative mode
I . Flowmeter fitting
J . Diagram
11 D02 Front Dual Control
A . General
B . Block diagram
C . Description of the Adjustment screen EXT.TEMP.
D . Adjustments
E . Use
F . Error codes
G . Assembly of the additional lever
11 D03 Dual Control for Semi-mounted implement
A . General
B . Block diagram
C . Description of the Adjustment screen EXT.TEMP.
D . Adjustments
E . Use
F . Error codes
G . Assembly of the additional lever
11 D04 TIC for semi-mounted implements
A . General
B . Block Diagram
C . Description of the screen
D . Settings
E . Using
F . Error codes
G . Lever and electro-hydraulic spool valve assembly
11 F01 Wintest – General
A . General – Description
B . Installing Wintest on the PC’s hard drive
C . Updating Wintest software
D. Connections
E . Accessing the Wintest main menu
F . Wintest version
11 F02 Autotronic 2 with Wintest
A. Using Autotronic 2 with Wintest
B. Programming and Setting parameters
C. Setting parameters
D . Tests and diagnostics
11 F03 Autotronic 3 with Wintest
A . General
B . Using Autotronic 3 with Wintest
C . Programming
D . Setting parameters
E . Tests and diagnostics
F . Manual calibration of the power shuttle
G . List of error codes
11 F04 TC and DCC with Wintest
A . General
B . Programming
C . Setting parameters
D . Adjusting the restarting speed
E . Tests and diagnostics
E . List of error codes
11 F05 Electronic linkage with Wintest
A. Using the Electronic linkage control with Wintest
B. Tests and diagnostics
C. Error codes
D . Adjusting the position sensor
E . Setting the parameters
F . Dual Control/TIC
11 F06 Datatronic 2 with Wintest
A . Using the Datatronic 2 with Wintest
B . Tests and diagnostics
11 F07 Joystick with Wintest
A . Using the Joystick
B . Tests and diagnostics
C . Joystick calibration
D . Valve parameters
11 F08 Autotronic 3 to Kit Autotronic
A . Programming Autotronic 3
B . Accessing the Wintest main menu
C . Parameters
11 F09 Kit Autotronic to Autotronic 3
A . General
B . Reprogramming Autotronic 3
11G01 Carraro suspension
General
A. Suspension control system
B . Disassembling and assembling of the sensor
C. Electronic control unit (Fig.14)
D. Service tools
11H01 Description
A . General
B . Description of SMS components
C . Operation and troubleshooting without a tester
D . SMS error codes
E . Disassembly, reassembly of the Joystick
F . Replacement of ON / OFF or Memory switches
G . Electrical diagram
12 . CAB AND EQUIPMENT
13 . ACCESSORIES
14 . SERVICE TOOLS
14 A01 Service tools
Splitting the tractor
Perkins engines
Valmet engines
Clutch
Gearbox
Rear axle
Power take off
Front axle
Hydraulics
Electricity – Electronics
Cab and equipment

 

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