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Section 3

Routine Maintenance

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Section 3

Service Schedules

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Every 500 Operating Hours or Six Months whichever occurs first (continued)

Every 2000 Operating Hours or 2 Years whichever occurs first

Check (Engine Running) 35 Idling speed. 36 Max. no load engine speed. 37 Suspension ride height and corrector valve operation. 38 Suspension pressure maintenance valve pressure. 39 Transmission low pressure circuit pressure maintaining valve setting. 40 Differential lock pressure relief valve. 41 Pick-up hitch operation. 42 Rear axle/chassis clearance. 43 Spool valve operation. 44 Field speed control. 45 Selection speed of Selectronic range change < 2 kph. 46 Check for electronic draft control faults and rectify.

Do the Daily jobs through to 1000 hours plus:

Change 47 â&#x20AC; Engine oil and filter. 48 Fuel pre-filter. 49 Hydraulic fluid filter element. 50 Transmission oil filter. 51 Fuel filter. 52 Front hub oil.

Clean 1 Hydraulic tank suction strainers. Check (Engine Stopped) 2 Rear suspension gas spring pressure. 3 Rear suspension accumulator pressure. 4 Engine vibration damper. 5 Compressor output line, air drier and pressure regulator: check for carbon deposits and for air leaks. 6 Radiator hose condition. 7 Transmission accumulator pressure. Change 8 Inner air filter element. 9 Coolant. 10 Brake system fluid. 11 Hydraulic fluid. (Unless sample indicates otherwise.)

Every 5000 Operating Hours or 4 Years whichever occurs first

Clean 53 Air conditioning intake filter

Do the Daily jobs through to 1000 hours plus:

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Check (Engine Stopped) 1 Engine valve clearances and adjust if necessary.

Applies only if recommended oil (see Engine Oil) and Statopore filter are available. If these are not available this job should be carried out every 250 hours, reference T.I. 10/152 (see Every 250 Operating Hours for suitable alternative oil).

Notes: (1)

After a major transmission repair, the new oil should be run to operating temperature and changed again to remove any contamination which entered during the repair. Change the oil and filter after a further 100 hours if the oil was heavily contaminated because of, or from the failure (e.g. water contamination).

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After a hub repair, the new oil should be run to operating temperature and changed again to remove any contamination which entered during the repair. Change the oil again after a further 100 hours to remove any bedding-in wear.

Every 1000 Operating Hours or Yearly whichever occurs first Do the Daily jobs through to 500 hours plus: Check (Engine Stopped) 1 ROPS structure. 2 Quality of coolant. 3 Fan belt tensioner. 4 Fan hub end play. Check (Engine Running) 5 Transmission lubrication pressure (HPL and LPL). 6 MRV Pressure. 7 Splitter and wet clutch pack calibration. 8 ABS System test. *9 Steering relief valve pressure. Change 10 Outer air filter element. 11 Gearbox oil and clean strainer. 12 Front axle oil. 13 Rear axle oil. 14 Air system drier dessicant canister. Clean 15 Trailer brake control line air filter. 9803/8030

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Jcb 3220 fastrac service repair manual sn:00643011 00644999  
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