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GENERAL INFORMATION Safety, general information and standard torque data .....................................1001 General specifications and special torque setting............................................1002

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ENGINE Radiator and engine, removal and installation .................................................2001 Engine specifications ............................................................................................. * Disassembly and assembly of the engine.............................................................. * FUEL SYSTEM Fuel tank ..........................................................................................................3001 Fuel engine system................................................................................................ *

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Electrical system, electrical and electronic troubleshooting.............................4001 Inspection and maintenance of batteries and connecting a booster battery....4002 Main and engine electronic control boxes........................................................4003

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UNDERCARRIAGE Removal and installation of tracks ...................................................................5001 Rollers..............................................................................................................5003 Sprocket ...........................................................................................................5004 Idler wheel and tension shock absorber ..........................................................5005

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DRIVE TRAIN Drive motor and final drive transmission removal and installation ...................6001 Swing reduction gear, removal and installation................................................6003 Swing reduction gear, disassembly and assembly...........................................6004 Travel reduction gear disassembly and assembly ...........................................6005

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UPPERSTRUCTURE HYDRAULICS Depressurising and decontaminating the hydraulic system, use of the vacuum pump and bleeding the components ..............................................8000 Specifications, troubleshooting, checks and hydraulic pressure settings.........8001 Hydraulic reservoir removal and installation ....................................................8002 Main and pilot pumps, removal and installation ...............................................8003 Main hydraulic control valve, removal and installation .....................................8004 Attachment cylinders, removal and installation ................................................8005 Hydraulic swivel, removal and installation........................................................8006 Pilot blocs, removal and installation .................................................................8007 Swing motor, removal and installation..............................................................8008 Main hydraulic pump, disassembly and assembly ...........................................8010 Main hydraulic control valve, disassembly and assembly ................................8011 Attachment cylinders, disassembly and assembly...........................................8012 Hand control levers, disassembly and assembly .............................................8013 Foot control levers, disassembly and assembly ...............................................8014 Six-solenoid valves, disassembly and assembly..............................................8015 Caution valve, disassembly and assembly.......................................................8016 Hydraulic swivel, disassembly and assembly...................................................8018 Swing motor, disassembly and assembly ........................................................8019 Hydraulic functions...........................................................................................8020 Travel hydraulic motor, disassembly and assembly..........................................8021 Hydraulic component functions ........................................................................8030

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UPPERSTRUCTURE Upperstructure, turntable and counterweight...................................................9002 Boom, dipper and bucket .................................................................................9003 Seat and seat belt ............................................................................................9004 Cab and cab equipment...................................................................................9005 Air conditioning troubleshooting .......................................................................9006 Air conditioning unit disassembly and assembly..............................................9007 Air conditioning servicing .................................................................................9008 Air conditioning components............................................................................9009 Large format hydraulic schematic ................................................................. Pocket Large format electrical schematic ................................................................ Pocket

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* Consult the Engine Service Manual Sections to be distributed at a later date

NOTE: CNH Company reserves the right to make changes in the specification and design of the machine without prior notice and without incurring any obligation to modify units previously sold. The description of the models shown in this manual has been made in accordance with the technical specifications known as of the date of design of this document.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION ....................................................................................................................................... 3 SAFETY..................................................................................................................................................................... 4 STANDARD TORQUE DATA FOR CAP SCREWS AND NUTS............................................................................... 6

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GENERAL INFORMATION Cleanning

Gears

Clean all metal parts except bearings, in a suitable cleaning solvent or by steam cleaning. Do not use caustic soda for steam cleaning. After cleaning, dry and put oil on all parts. Clean oil passages with compressed air. Clean bearings in a suitable cleaning solvent, dry the bearings completely and put oil on the bearings.

Check all gears for wear and damage. Replace gears that have wear or damage.

Inspection Check all parts when the parts are disassembled. Replace all parts that have wear or damage. Small scoring or grooves can be removed with a hone or crocus cloth. Complete a visual inspection for indications of wear, pitting and the replacement of parts necessary to prevent early failures.

Bearings Check bearings for easy action. If bearings have a loose fit or rough action replace the bearing. Wash bearings with a suitable cleaning solvent and permit to air dry. DO NOT DRY BEARINGS WITH COMPRESSED AIR.

Needle bearings Before you press needle bearings in a bore always remove any metal protrusions in the bore or edge of the bore. Before you press bearings into position put petroleum jelly on the inside and outside diameter of the bearings.

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Oil seals, O-rings and gaskets Always install new oil seals, O-rings and gaskets. Put petroleum jelly on seals and O-rings.

Shafts Check all shafts that have wear or damage. Check the bearing and oil seal surfaces of the shafts for damage.

Service parts Always install genuine Case service parts. When ordering refer to the Parts Catalog for the correct part number of the genuine Case replacement items. Failures due to the use of other than genuine Case replacement parts are not covered by warranty.

Lubrication Only use the oils and lubricants specified in the Operator’s or Service Manuals. Failures due to the use of non-specified oils and lubricants are not covered by warranty.

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SAFETY

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This symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED. The message that follows the symbol contains important information about safety. Carefully read the message. Make sure you fully understand the causes of possible injury or death.

To prevent injury always follow the Warning, Caution and Danger notes in this section and throughout the manual. Put the warning tag shown below on the key for the keyswitch when servicing or repairing the machine. One warning tag is supplied with each machine. Additional tags Part Number 331-4614 are available from your service parts supplier

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WARNING: Before starting engine, study Operator’s Manual safety messages. Read all safety signs on machine. Clear the area of other persons. Learn and practice safe use of controls before operating. It is your responsibility to understand and f o l l o w m a n u f a c tu r e r s i n s tr u c t i o n s o n machine operation, service and to observe pertinent laws and regulations. Operator’s and Service Manuals may be obtained from your Case dealer.

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WARNING: If you wear clothing that is too loose or do not use the correct safety equipment for your job, you can be injured. Always wear clothing that will not catch on objects. Extra safety equipment that can be required includes hard hat, safety shoes, ear protection, eye or face protection, heavy gloves and reflector clothing.

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WARNING: When working in the area of the fan belt with the engine running, avoid loose clothing if possible, and use extreme caution.

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WARNING: When doing checks and tests on the equipment hydraulics, follow the procedures as they are written. DO NOT change the procedure.

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WARNING: When putting the hydraulic cylinders on this machine through the necessary cycles to check operation or to remove air from a circuit, make sure all people are out of the way.

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WARNING: Read the operator’s manual to familiarize yourself with the correct control functions.

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WARNING: Operate the machine and equipment controls from the seat position only. Any other method could result in serious injury.

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WARNING: This is a one man machine, no riders allowed.

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WARNING: When servicing or repairing the machine, keep the shop floor and operator’s compartment and steps free of oil, water, grease, tools, etc. Use an oil absorbing material and/or shop cloths as required. Use safe practices at all times.

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WARNING: Some components of this machine are very heavy. Use suitable lifting equipment or additional help as instructed in this Service Manual.

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WARNING: Engine exhaust fumes can cause death. If it is necessary to start the engine in a closed place, remove the exhaust fumes from the area with an exhaust pipe extension. Open the doors and get outside air into the area.

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WARNING: When the battery electrolyte is frozen, the battery can explode if (1), you try to charge the battery, or (2), you try to jump start and run the engine. To prevent the battery electrolyte from freezing, try to keep the battery at full charge. If you do not follow these instructions, you or others in the area can be injured.

WARNING: Use insulated gloves or mittens when working with hot parts.

WARNING: Lower all attachments to the ground or use stands to safely support the attachments before you do any maintenance or service.

WARNING: Pin sized and smaller streams of hydraulic oil under pressure can penetrate the skin and result in serious infection. If hydraulic oil under pressure does penetrate the skin, seek medical treatment immediately. Maintain all hoses and tubes in good condition. Make sure all connections are tight. Make a replacement of any tube or hose that is damaged or thought to be damaged. DO NOT use your hand to check for leaks, use a piece of cardboard or wood.

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WARNING: When removing hardened pins such as a pivot pin, or a hardened shaft, use a soft head (brass or bronze) hammer or use a driver made from brass or bronze and a steel head hammer.

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WARNING: When using a hammer to remove and install pivot pins or separate parts using compressed air or using a grinder, wear eye protection that completely encloses the eyes (approved goggles or other approved eye protectors).

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WARNING: Use suitable floor (service) jacks or chain hoist to raise wheels or tracks off the floor. Always block machine in place with suitable safety stands.

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STANDARD TORQUE DATA FOR CAP SCREWS AND NUTS Tightening of cap screws, nuts Tighten alternately so that tightening torque can be applied evenly. The numbers in the figure below indicate the order of tightening.

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Cap screws which have had Loctite used (white residue remains after removal) should be cleaned with loght oil or suitable cleaning solvent and dried. Apply 2-3 drops of Loctite to the thread portion of the cap screw and then tighten.

Torque table Tighten cap screws and nuts according to the table below if there are no other special instructions.

Cap Screw Name Size (Size)

M6 [mm]

M8

M10

M12

M14

M16

M18

M20

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13

17

19

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24

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30

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0.39

0.51

0.67

0.75

0.87

0.95

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1.18

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6.9

19.6

39.2

58.8

98.1

156.9

196.1

294.2

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5.1

14.5

28.9

43.4

72.3

115.7

144.6

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12

14

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17

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0.20

0.24

0.32

0.39

0.47

0.55

0.55

0.67

[Nm]

8.8

21.6

42.1

78.5

117.7

176.5

245.2

343.2

[lb-ft]

6.5

15.9

31.1

57.9

86.9

130.2

181

253.2

Spanner Cap Screw Tightening torque

Spanner Socket Head Cap Screw

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TYPE, SERIAL NUMBER AND YEAR OF MANUFACTURE OF THE MACHINE .................................................... 3 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS ..................................................................................................................................... 4 SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................................................... 8 COMPONENT WEIGHT.......................................................................................................................................... 16 DIMENSIONS AND WEAR LIMIT OF THE TRACK ASSEMBLY ........................................................................... 18 DIMENSIONS AND WEAR LIMITS OF ATTACHMENT LINKAGES ...................................................................... 23 SHIMS FOR ADJUSTING ATTACHMENT GAPS................................................................................................... 28 SPECIAL TORQUE SETTINGS .............................................................................................................................. 30 MACHINE OVERALL DIMENSIONS....................................................................................................................... 33

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TYPE, SERIAL NUMBER AND YEAR OF MANUFACTURE OF THE MACHINE For all part orders, request for information or assistance, always specify the type and the serial number of the machine to your Case dealer. Fill in the following lines with the required information: Type, serial number, year of manufacture of the machine and the serial numbers of the hydraulic and mechanical components.

Machine

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(1) Type ............................................................................. (2) Serial number.............................................................. (3) Year of manufacture ....................................................

Engine Make and type ............................................................................................................................................................. Serial number ..............................................................................................................................................................

Serial numbers of the components Hydraulic pump............................................................................................................................................................ Swing reduction gear................................................................................................................................................... Travel reduction gears ................................................................................................................................................. Control valve................................................................................................................................................................

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FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS Lubricants must have the correct properties for each application.

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WARNING: The conditions of use for individual fluids and lubricants must be respected.

Hydraulic fluid CASE/AKCELA hydraulic fluid is specially designed for high pressure applications and for the CASE hydraulic system. The type of fluid to be used depends on the ambient temperature. Temperate climates: -20°C to +40°C (-4° to 104° F) CASE/AKCELA: HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR FLUID (MS 1230. ISO VG 46. DIN 51524 PART 2 HV) Hot climates: 0°C to +50°C (32° to 122° F) CASE/AKCELA: AW HYDRAULIC FLUID 68 HV (MS 1216. ISO VG 68. DIN 51524 PART 3 CATEGORY HVLP) Cold climates: -25°C to +20°C (-13° to 68° F) CASE/AKCELA: AW HYDRAULIC FLUID 32 (MS 1216. ISO VG 32. DIN 51524 PART 2) Biodegradable fluid: -30°C to +40°C (-22° to 104° F) This yellow-colored fluid is miscible with standard fluid. If used to change standard fluid, it is advised to drain the circuit completely before refilling with this fluid. CASE/AKCELA: HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR FLUID BIO (MS 1230. ISO VG 46. DIN 51524 PART 2 HV)

Transmission component oil Extreme pressure oil used for enclosed transmission components. CASE/AKCELA: GEAR 135H EP (SAE 80W-90. API GL 5. MIL-L-2105 D. MS 1316. ZF TE-ML 05A)

Grease CASE/AKCELA: MOLY GREASE 251H EP-M (251H EP-M. NLGI 2) "Extreme Pressure" multipurpose grease with lithium soap and molybdenum disulphide. CASE/AKCELA: MULTIPURPOSE GREASE 251H EP (251H EP. NLGI 2) "Extreme Pressure" multipurpose grease with lithium soap and calcium. CASE/AKCELA: PREMIUM GREASE EP2 (NLGI 2) "Extreme Pressure" multipurpose grease with lithium soap.

Hydraulic breakers CASE/AKCELA: MULTIPURPOSE GREASE 251H EP (NLGI 2).

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Engine Oil THE CASE/AKCELA No. 1 engine oil is recommended for your engine. This oil ensures proper lubrication of your engine for all operating conditions. If you are unable to procure the CASE No. 1 Multiperformance or Performance engine oil, use the corresponding oil from the API/CG/CF category. NOTE: Do not put any Performance Additives or any other additives in the engine housing. The oil changing intervals are indicated in the Operator’s manual based on tests carried out on CASE lubricants.

CP02N001

Oil viscosity / Oil range

1 2 2 3 3

CT02M001

1) With mineral base (2) With semi-synthetic base (3) With synthetic base

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Fuel Use fuel which is to ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) D975 standard. Use grade No. 2-D fuel. The use of other types of fuel can result in a loss of power of the engine and may cause high fuel consumption. In cold weather (below -7°C), it is provisionally approved to use a mixture of fuels No. 1-D and No. 2-D. If the temperature falls below the fuel cloud point (point at which wax begins to form) the wax crystals will cause power loss or will prevent the engine from starting. Required conditions for diesel fuel The following specific conditions are required for diesel fuel: - Must be free from minute dust particles. - Must have adequate viscosity. - Must have high cetane value. - Must have high fluidity at low temperature. - Must have low sulphur content. - Must have little residual carbon. Diesel fuel recommendation - JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard) : No. 2 - DIN (Deutsche Industrie Normen) : DIN 51601 - SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) Based on SAE-J-313C: No. 2-D - BS (British Standard) Based on BS/2869-1970: Class A-1 IMPORTANT : If fuel other than the specified one is used, engine operation will be impaired. Using fuels other than those recommended can damage the fuel injection pump, the injector and other parts of the fuel supply system and the engine. CASE disowns any responsibility concerning this kind of damage, which is not covered by the guarantee. To avoid any damage to the engine fuel supply system, you are recommended to take the following safety messages into account: Some fuel suppliers mix used engine oil with diesel fuel. Certain manufacturers of large engines allow them to do this. However, for your engine, do not use diesel fuel contaminated by engine oil. In addition to damaging the engine, this fuel can actually adversely affect the correct purification of exhaust gases. Before using any diesel fuel, ask the supplier if this fuel has been mixed with engine oil. IMPORTANT : For use of the correct fuel additives, consult your oil or lubrication supplier. Do not inject fuel oil or gasoline, both fuels can damage the engine. IMPORTANT : In cold weather, fill the fuel tank at the end of the day's work, in order to prevent the formation of condensation.

Fuel storage Long storage can lead to the accumulation of impurities and condensation in the fuel. Engine trouble can often be traced to the presence of water in the fuel. The storage tank must be placed outside and the temperature of the fuel should be kept as low as possible. Drain off water and impurities regularly.

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Anti-freeze/Anti-corrosion Use anti-freeze in all seasons to protect the cooling system from corrosion and all risk of freezing. CASE/AKCELA: PREMIUM ANTI-FREEZE (MS 1710) For areas where the temperature goes down to -38°C, mix 50/50 with water. IMPORTANT : Do not mix products of a different origin or brand. The same product must be used when topping up the system.

Environment Before carrying out any maintenance operation on this machine and before disposing of used fluids or lubricants, always think of the environment. Never throw oil or fluid on the ground and never place it in leaking receptacles. Contact your local ecological recycling centre to obtain information on the correct method of disposing of these lubricants.

Plastic and resin parts When cleaning plastic parts, the console, the instrument panel, the indicators etc... avoid using petrol, kerosene, paint solvents etc... Use only water, soap and a soft cloth. The use of petrol, kerosene, paint solvents etc... causes discoloration, cracks or deformation of these parts.

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SPECIFICATIONS Main data Model name..................................................................................................................... CX330 Hydraulic Excavator .................................................................................................................................. CX330NLC Hydraulic Excavator ......................................................................................................................................... CX350 Hydraulic Excavator Operating weight .......................................................................... CX330 ................................. 34100 kg (75178 lbs) .................................................................................................. CX330NLC ............................. 34000 kg (74957 lbs) ...................................................................................................... CX350 .................................. 36100kg (79587 lbs) Engine output ............................................................................................................................... 202 kW / 2000 rpm

Performance Standard weight.............................................................................................................................. 18.0 kN (4047 lbf) Swing speed ...............................................................................................................................................9.6 Tr/min. Travel speed...............................................................................................................Low Speed 3.2 km/h (1.9 mph) ................................................................................................................................... High Speed 5.5 km/h (3.4 mph) Maximum drawbar pull .................................................................................................................. 278 kN (62497 lbf) Grade ability ................................................................................................................................................70% (35°) Ground pressure.......................................................................................... 64 kPa (600 mm (23.6 in) grouser shoe)

Complete machine dimensions CX330, CX330NLC Standard arm 3.25 m (10 ft 8 in) Length

Super short arm (2.21m) (7 ft 3 in)

Long arm (4.04 m) (13 ft 3 in)

11050 mm (36 ft 3 in) 11250 mm (36 ft 11 in) 11130 mm (36 ft 6 in)

11090 mm ( 36 ft 3 in)

CX330 = 3200 mm (10 ft 6 in) CX330NLC = 3040 mm (10 ft 0 in)

Width Height

Short arm (2.63 m) (8 ft 8 in)

3290 mm (10 ft 9in)

3600 mm (11 ft 9 in)

3530 mm (11 ft 7 in)

3510 mm ( 11 ft 6 in)

CX350

Length

HD Standard arm (3.25 m) (10 ft 8 in)

HD Super short arm (2.21m) (7 ft 3 in)

HD Short arm (2.63 m) (8 ft 8 in)

11050 mm (36 ft 3 in)

11250 mm (36 ft 11 in)

11130 mm (36 ft 6 in)

Width Height

3200 mm (10 ft 6 in) 3290 mm (10 ft 9 in)

3570 mm (11ft 8 in)

3530 mm (11 ft 7 in)

Main body dimensions Main body length .........................................................................................................................5910 mm (19 ft 5 in) Main body width...........................................................................................................................3200 mm (10 ft 6 in) Upper swing body width ..............................................................................................................3040 mm (10 ft 0 in) Cab width......................................................................................................................................1000 mm (39.36 in) Main body height .......................................................................................................................3130 mm (10 ft 26 in) Tail swing radius ..........................................................................................................................3450 mm (11 ft 2 in) Distance of rear swing body .....................................................................................................3420 mm (11 ft 2.5 in) Ground clearance for upperstructure..........................................................................................1210 mm (4 ft 0.5 in) Center-to-center of wheels ..........................................................................................................4040 mm (13 ft 3 in) Overall track length...................................................................................................................4980 mm (16 ft 2.5 in) Maximum track width ............................................................. CX330, CX350 ............................3200 mm (10 ft 6 in) .................................................................................................. CX330NLC .................................2990 mm (9 ft 9 in) Center-to-center for track....................................................... CX330, CX350...............................2600 mm (8 ft 6 in) .................................................................................................. CX330NLC ..............................2390 mm (7 ft 9.5 in) Lep 9-94170EN

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Engine Name ..................................................................................................................................... ISUZU, AH-6HK1XYSS Type: 4-cycle, water-cooled, overhead camshaft, common rail injection (electric control), with air-cooling type inter-cooler turbo with air-cooling. No. of cylinders - bore x stroke ................................................................... 6-dia. 115 mm x 125 mm (4.53 x 4.92 in) Displacement................................................................................................................................ 7790 cc (475 cu.in) Compression ratio ................................................................................................................................................17.5 Rated output ....................................................................................................................... 202± 3.0 kW / 2000 min-1 Maximum torque....................................................................................................... 1080Nm (797 lb-ft) / 1500 min-1 Engine dimensions (LxWxH) ..................................................... 1357 x 995.4 x1141 mm ( 53.42 x 39.19 x 44.92 in) Oil pan ............................................................................................................................... All direction 35°, inclinable Starter, reduction type ................................................................................................................................24 V, 5 kW Alternator, AC type ..................................................................................................................................... 24 V, 50 A Battery .................................................................................................................................. 2x 12V/24V,128 Ah/5 Hr

Cooling system Fan type..................................................................... diameter 850 mm (33.5 in), suction type-6blades resin & steel Pulley ratio .............................................................................................................................................80 (reduction) Direction of rotation ............................................................................... Right (viewed from fan side); compliant with Radiator capacity............................................................................................................................................96.0 kW Fin type ...........................................................................................................................................................wavy Fin space.......................................................................................................................................2.0 mm (0.08 in) Oil cooler capacity ..........................................................................................................................................66.6 kW Fin type .......................................................................................................................................................... Wavy Fin space.....................................................................................................................................1.75 mm (0.07 in) Inter-cooler capacity .......................................................................................................................................29.9 kW Fin type ....................................................................................................................................... triangular straight Fin space.......................................................................................................................................2.0 mm (0.08 in) Fuel cooler capacity..........................................................................................................................................1.7 kW Fin type ...........................................................................................................................................................wavy Fin space.......................................................................................................................................2.0 mm (0.08 in)

Capacity of coolant and lubricants Coolant .................................................................................................................................................30 L (7.92 gal) Fuel......................................................................................................................................................580 L (153 gal) Lubricant for engine .................................................................................................................................38 L (10 gal) Lubricant for travel reduction gear (per side) .........................................................................................9.5 L (2.5 gal) Lubricant for swing reduction gear (per side) .........................................................................................6 L (1.59 gal) Hydraulic oil ........................................................................................................................................350 L (92.5 gal) Capacity of hydraulic oil tank ..............................................................................................................175 L (46.2 gal)

Hydraulic oil filter Suction filter (inside tank) ............................................................................................................................ 150 mesh Return filter (inside tank) ..................................................................................................................................10 µ m Nephron filter (inside housing)............................................................................................................................1 µ m Pilot line filter (inside housing)..........................................................................................................................10 µ m

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Operating devices Operator's seat Location; left side Structure; low frequency air suspension with helical springs and double acting hydraulic damper. Cab Smooth and round shape design cab, fabricated by press work Safety glass for all windows. Levers and pedals For travel use; levers and pedals (hydraulic pilot type) (2) For operating machine use; levers (hydraulic pilot type) (2) Instruments and switches Work mode switchover; 4 modes (heavy digging, standard, finishing and auto) Travel speed switchover; Low Speed / High Speed panel switch One-touch idle; Knob switch type Monitor device Machine status display (full-dot liquid crystal) Travel speed selection status; Low Speed / High Speed Work mode selection status; H/S/L/A Auto idle selection status; ON/OFF Instruments (full-dot liquid crystal, except for hour meter) Fuel gauge; bar graph indicator Engine coolant temperature gauge; bar graph indicator Hydraulic oil temperature gauge; bar graph indicator Hour meter; digital type Machine Status and Warning Alarms (full-dot liquid crystal and warning tone) *Items have a warning alarm Over heat*

Battery charge*

Faulty electrical system*

Refill fuel*

Engine oil pressure*

Refill coolant*

Engine preheat

Auto warm-up

Air cleaner*

Idling

Service interval

Lighting Working light

Interior light

Upper:

24V, 70W (1)

Boom:

24V, 70W (1)

Cab:

24V, 70W (1) 24V, 10W (1)

Horn; electric horn (2) Other Wiper with intermittent function (1) Window washer fluid (1) Air conditioner (1) Rear view mirror (right-hand side) (1)

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Hydraulic system Hydraulic pump drive system, directly coupled to the engine (no transmission) Main pump Manufacturer ........................................................................................................................................Kawasaki Pump type .......................................................................................double variable displacement piston pump Displacement ........................................................................................................ 140 cm3 (8.54 cu in) X 2 /rev Rated operating pressure ...................................................................................................34.3 MPa (4975 psi) Maximum operating pressure .............................................................................................37.3 MPa (5410 psi) Input revolution speed.......................................................................................................................2030 min-1 Maximum flow .........................................................................................284 L/min (75 gpm) x 2 at 2030 min-1 Input horsepower .................................................................................................................................171.7 kW Shaft input horsepower .................................................................................................174.7 kW at 2030 min-1 Shaft input torque......................................................................................821.8 N•m (1085 lb-ft) at 2030 min-1 Pilot pump Pump type ........................................................................................................................................Gear pump Displacement ..................................................................................................................15 cm3 (0.91 cu in)/rev Operating pressure ............................................................................................3.9 to 4.1 MPa (565 to 595 psi) Maximum flow ................................................................................................30.5 L/min (8 gpm) at 2030 min-1 Input horsepower .....................................................................................................................................3.0 kW Control characteristics; simultaneous output control of overall, negative control, electric horse power control Control Valve Model; 4-spool section: integrated (1) or 5-spool section: integrated (1) Operation method; hydraulic pilot method: travel, swing and operating machine Maximum flow ........................................................................................................................284 L / min (75 gpm) Set pressure of main relief valve ......................standard; 34.3 MPa (4975 psi), power boost 37.3 MPa (5410 psi) Set pressure of overload relief valve ....................................when boom down; 27.4 MPa (3974 psi) at 20 L / min ................................................................................................................ other: 39.2 MPa (5685 psi) at 20 L / min Set pressure of foot relief valve ............................................................................2.89 MPa (420 psi) at 53 L / min Functions Straight travel circuit Boom UP / 2-speed internal confluence for Arm Boom/arm load holding circuit Boom down regenerative circuit Arm IN forced regenerative circuit Variable throtlle valve in parallel circuit arm Swing priority variable throttle valve Preliminary 2-speed confluence Hydraulic Cylinders Boom cylinder (2) Inner diameter of tube x rod diameter x stroke .................................................................... 145x100x1495 mm Arm (dipper) cylinder Inner diameter of tube x rod diameter x stroke .................................................................... 170x120x1748 mm Bucket cylinder Inner diameter of tube x rod diameter x stroke .................................................................... 150x105x1210 mm

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Issued 02-06


1002-12 Rotating Joint Operating pressure High pressure passage (ABCD)......................................................................................... 34.3 MPa (4975 psi) Drain port (T) ..........................................................................................................................1.0 MPa (145 psi) Pilot port (P .............................................................................................................................3.9 MPa (566 psi) Hydrostatic test pressure High pressure passage (ABCD)......................................................................................... 51.5 MPa (7470 psi) Drain port (T) ......................................................................................................................... 2.0 MPa (290 psi) Pilot port (P) .......................................................................................................................... 5.9 MPa (856 psi) Flow High pressure passage (ABCD)...........................................................................................360 L/min (95 gpm) Drain port (T) ......................................................................................................................40 L/min (10.6 gpm) Pilot port (P)..........................................................................................................................31 L/min (8.2 gpm) Number of revolutions ............................................................................................................................... 15 min-1 Torque, when pressurizing 2 ports ............................................................................................. 196 Nm (145 lb-ft) Port A; forward right ............................................................................................................................. G1-A Class Port B; forward left................................................................................................................................ G1-A Class Port C; backward right.......................................................................................................................... G1-A Class Port D; backward left ............................................................................................................................ G1-A Class Port T; drain port .............................................................................................................................. G1/2-A Class Port P; pilot port ............................................................................................................................... G1/4-A Class Solenoid Valve Maximum flow .............................................................. P -> B: 20 L / min (5.28 gpm) Other: 5 L / min (1.32 gpm) Rated pressure..........................................................................................................................4.41 MPa (640 psi) Operating voltage ............................................................................................................................. DC 20 to 32 V Current ............................................................................................................................... 13.0 W (at 24 V, 20° C) Hand control valve Manufacturer ............................................................................................................................................Kawasaki Operating pressure ...................................................................................................................3.92 MPa (569 psi) Secondary pressure, primary short type ..................................................................0.64 ± 0.1 to 2.45 ± 0.14 MPa Operating angle Ports 1, 3.............................................................................................................................................. 19 ± 1.9° Ports 2, 4.............................................................................................................................................. 25 ± 2.5° Operating torque Port 1 ........................................................................................................... 1.18 to 2.67 Nm (0.87 to 1.97 lb-ft) Port 3 ........................................................................................................... 0.94 to 2.38 Nm (0.70 to 1.76 lb-ft) Ports 2, 4...................................................................................................... 1.37 to 3.19 Nm (1.01 to 2.35 lb-ft) Foot control valve Manufacturer ...............................................................................................................................................Nishina Operating pressure ...................................................................................................................3.92 MPa (569 psi) Secondary pressure; primary short type....................................................................0.64 ± 0.1 to 2.45: 0.14 MPa Operating angle..................................................................................................................................... 12.4 ± 0.3° Operating torque Valve ............................................................................................................ 4.16 to 10.6 Nm (3.06 to 7.81 lb-ft) Damper .................................................................................... 4.90 ± 0.98 Nm (3.61 ±0.72 Ib-ft) at 0.0275 m/s

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-13

Digging force (New JIS) Bucket digging force Standard pressure..................................................................................................................... 229 kN (51481 lbf) Power boost pressure................................................................................................................ 248 kN (55753 lbf) Arm (dipper) digging force Standard pressure 3.25 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 164 kN (36869 lbf) 2.21m arm ............................................................................................................................ 227 kN (51031 lbf) 2.63 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 195 kN (43838 lbf) 4.04 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 140 kN (31473 lbf) Power boost pressure 3.25 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 178 kN (40016 lbf) 2.21m arm ............................................................................................................................ 246 kN (55303 lbf) 2.63 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 211 kN (47435 lbf) 4.04 m arm ........................................................................................................................... 153 kN (34396 lbf)

Swing unit Swing circle; swing bearing type (with internal gears) Swing hydraulic motor (1); fixed displacement piston motor with parking brake and reversal prevention valve Displacement ...............................................................................................................186.7 cm3 (11.39 cu in)/rev Operating pressure..................................................................................................................29.4 MPa (4264 psi) Operating flow ..........................................................................................................................284 L/min (75 gpm) Brake torque...........................................................................................................961.6 Nm (709.24 lb-ft) or over Brake off pressure ....................................................................................................... 2.9 MPa (421 psi) less than Relief set pressure .................................................... 28.9 to 29.7 MPa (4192 to 4308 psi) at 100 L/min (26 gpm) Reduction gears, planetary gear 2-stage reduction system Reduction ratio .............................................................................................................................................27.143 Swing parking brake; mechanical lock (operational lever linkage type) Swing lock; mechanical lock (swing lock switch linkage type)

Travel lower body Travel hydraulic motor (2); variable displacement piston motor, automatic 2-speed switch-over with parking brake Displacement .........................................................................................290.7 / 170.1 cm3 (17.74/10.38 cu in)/rev Operating pressure..................................................................................................................34.3 MPa (4975 psi) Operating flow .......................................................................................................................284.2 L/min (75 gpm) Brake torque.................................................................... 4738 Nm (3495 Ib-ft) or over (excluding reduction gear) Relief set pressure .............................................................................. 35.8 MPa (5112 psi) at 5 L/min (1.32 gpm) 2-speed control pressure ................................................................................................. 26.5 Âą 1 MPa (3443 psi) Reduction gears; planetary gear 2-stage reduction system Reduction ratio .............................................................................................................................................40.467 Travel brake; hydraulic lock Parking brake; mechanical lock (travel lever linkage type) Track shoe Model; assembly-type double grouser shoe Number of shoes (per side).................................................................................................................................48 Shoe width standard ...................................................................................................................................600 mm (23.6 in) optional CX330 .................................................................700, 800, 850, 900 mm (26.56, 31.5, 33.5, 35.43 in) optional CX330NLC, CX350 .................................................................................700, 800 mm (33.5, 35.43 in) Grouser height ...............................................................................................................................36 mm (1.42 in) Link pitch ........................................................................................................................................216 mm (8.5 in) Roller Number of upper rollers (per side) .......................................................................................................................2 Number of lower rollers (per side) ........................................................................................................................8 Track belt tension adjuster; grease cylinder type (with cushion spring) mounting length of spring...........................................................................................................779 mm (30.67 in) Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-14

Work Unit Model; backhoe attachment Capacity / dimensions / working dimensions Boom length ............................................................................................................................................. 6450 mm Standard arm Super short arm (3.25 m) (2.21 m)

Short arm (2.63 m)

Super long arm (4.04 m)

Arm length

3250 mm

2210 mm

2630 mm

4040 mm

Bucket radius

1680 mm

1680 mm

1680 mm

1680 mm

173째

173째

173째

173째

Maximum digging radius

11170 mm

10200 mm

10670 mm

11900 mm

Maximum digging radius at ground line

10980 mm

9990 mm

10470 mm

11720 mm

Maximum digging depth

7340 mm

6300 mm

6730 mm

8140 mm

Maximum vertical straight wall digging depth

6350 mm

5080 mm

5970 mm

7150 mm

Maximum reach height

10370 mm

9850 mm

10320 mm

10670 mm

Maximum dump height

7230 mm

6770 mm

7140 mm

7540 mm

Minimum swing radius at front

4500 mm

4660 mm

4630 mm

4560 mm

Overall height with minimum swing radius at front

8480 mm

8650 mm

8540 mm

8490 mm

Bucket wrist angle

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-15

Reference Values Numerical values for performance may change without notice due to product improvement. Reference values Items

1

Engine speed (min-1)

CX350

Idling

900 ± 20

900 ± 20

Maximum without load

1950 ± 10

1950 ± 10

Standard

34.3 ± 2.0

34.3 ± 2.0

Boosting

37.3 ± 2.0

37.3 ± 2.0

Vertical

31.5 ± 2.0

31.5 ± 2.0

Pilot relief

3.9 ± 0.1

3.9 ± 0.1

Boom cylinder

10 or below

10 or below

Arm cylinder

15 or below

15 or below

Bucket cylinder (when open)

20 or below

20 or below

Overall

250 or below

250 or below

Up

4.5 ± 0.6

4.8 ± 0.6

Down

3.3 ± 0.6

3.1 ± 0.6

Open

3.8 ± 0.6

3.9 ± 0.6

Close

4.9 ± 0.8

4.8 ± 0.8

Open

3.1 ± 0.6

3.1 ± 0.6

Close

5.3 ± 0.3

5.4 ± 0.3

6.8 ± 0.6

6.8 ± 0.6

Mode: S

40° or below

40° or below

Mode: S Mode: S

Main Relief 2

3

Pressure of each part (MPa)

Natural lowering level of each cylinder (mm)

Swing relief

Boom

4

Operational speed of each cylinder (sec)

Arm

Bucket 5

Swing speed (sec/1 revolution)

6

Swing angle 180°, neutral brake flow angle (degrees)

7

Travel speed (sec/6 m)

High

4.3 ± 0.6

4.3 ± 0.6

8

Number of drive sprocket revolutions (sec/10 revolutions)

High

16.5 ± 1.5

16.5 ± 1.5

Low

27.6 ± 1.8

27.6 ± 1.8

9

Amount of turntable bearing shift (mm)

Horizontal

6.5 or below

6.5 or below

Vertical

2.0 or below

2.0 or below

10

Amount of shoe tension ranging from the side frame bottom to shoe surface (mm)

340 to 460

340 to 460

Lep 9-94170EN

Conditions

CX330 CX330NLC

Mode: H

Mode: S

No load for 10 minutes

No load for 10 minutes

Mode: S

Mode: S

Mode: S

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1002-16

COMPONENT WEIGHT Major component weight

330-3-01-00-46A

Item

Component Name

CX330

CX330NLC

CX350

A

Overhall machinet

B

Upper structure (including counterweight and turntable bearings)

14720 kg (32472 lbs)

15700 kg (34612 lbs)

C

Counterweight

6410 kg (14132 lbs)

7410 kg (16336 lbs)

D

Bottom structure (with grouser shoe)

12240 kg (26985 lbs) 12150 kg (26786 lbs) 12490 kg (27536 lbs)

E

Machine without attachement

26960 kg (59437 lbs) 26850 kg (59194 lbs) 28200 kg (62170 lbs)

F

Attachments

7030 kg (15498 lbs)

7840 kg (17284 lbs)

G

Boom (including cylinder)

3960 kg (8730 lbs)

4250 kg (9370 lbs)

H

Arm (including cylinder and linkage)

1890 kg (4167 lbs)

2090 kg (4608 lbs)

34100 kg (75178 lbs) 34000 kg (74957 lbs 36100 kg (79587 lbs)

Weight information is approximate Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-17

Other component weight Engine ..................................................................................................................... Approximately 640 kg (1410 lbs) Air cleaner .......................................................................................................................................... 13.6 kg (30 lbs) Hydraulic pump.................................................................................................................................. 130 kg (287 lbs) Control valve...................................................................................................................................... 192 kg (432 lbs) Swing motor and reduction gear assembly ....................................................................................... 435 kg (959 lbs) Travel motor and reduction gear assembly (2)................................................................................... 399 kg (880 lbs) Rotary joint .......................................................................................................................................... 56 kg (123 lbs) 6 solenoid valve bank ........................................................................................................................... 6 kg (13.2 lbs) Hand control valve .................................................................................................................................. 1.8 kg (4 lbs) Foot control valve ............................................................................................................................... 10.5 kg (23 lbs) Cab .................................................................................................................................................... 255 kg (562 lbs) Muffler.................................................................................................................................................... 20 kg (44 lbs) Radiator total weight........................................................................................................................... 140 kg (309 lbs Oil cooler ........................................................................................................................................... 34 kg (75 lbs) Radiator.......................................................................................................................................... 21.1 kg (47 lbs) Air cooler ........................................................................................................................................ 19.9 kg (44 lbs) Fuel cooler .................................................................................................................................... 1.2 kg (2.65 lbs) Idler wheel ......................................................................................................................................... 165 kg (364 lbs) Upper roller............................................................................................................................................ 43 kg (95 lbs) Lower roller .......................................................................................................................................... 60 kg (132 lbs) Tension damper assembly ................................................................................................................. 254 kg (560 lbs) Recoil spring assembly .............................................................................................................. 119.4 kg (263 lbs) Grease cylinder assembly .............................................................................................................. 41.3 kg (91 lbs) Yoke................................................................................................................................................ 39.8 kg (88 lbs) Threaded rod .................................................................................................................................... 50.3 kg (111 lbs) Track chains 600 mm (23.62 in) (48 shoe) ..................................................................................................... 2217 kg (4888 lbs) 700 mm (26.56 in) (48 shoe) .................................................................................................... 2473 kg (5452 lbs) 800 mm (31.5 in) (48 shoe) ...................................................................................................... 2618 kg (5772 lbs) 850 mm (33.5 in) (48 shoe) ....................................................................................................... 2735 kg (6030 lbs) 900 mm (35.5 in) (48 shoe) ...................................................................................................... 2817 kg (6210 lbs) Boom (without cylinders) CX330, CX330NLC ................................................................................................................... 2417 kg (5329 lbs) CX350 ....................................................................................................................................... 2709 kg (5972 lbs) Arm (without cylinders) CX330, CX330NLC 3.25 m Standard arm ........................................................................................................... 1102 kg (2429 lbs) 2.21 m Super short arm ......................................................................................................... 967 kg (2132 lbs) 2.63 m Short arm ................................................................................................................. 1038 kg (2288 lbs) 4.04 m Long arm .................................................................................................................. 1434 kg (3161 lbs) CX350 3.25 m HD Standard arm ..................................................................................................... 1297 kg (2859 lbs) 2.21 m HD Super short arm ................................................................................................. 1006 kg (2216 lbs) 2.63 m HD Short arm ........................................................................................................... 1076 kg (2372 lbs) Boom cylinder.................................................................................................................................... 279 kg (615 lbs) Arm (dipper) cylinder ....................................................................................................................... 462 kg (1019 lbs) Bucket cylinder .................................................................................................................................. 276 kg (608 lbs)

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-18

DIMENSIONS AND WEAR LIMIT OF THE TRACK ASSEMBLY Sprocket Dimensions a

P

Ød

Øb Øc

CS01B512

Dimension mm in

Mark a Øb Øc Ød P

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

83 73 660.7 649.2 748 738 732.5 --216 ---

3.26 2.87 26 25.5 29.4 29 28.8 --8.5 ---

Gauge unit in mm

300 215.9 43.3 5.1

(117.8)

100

37.2

R 93

90°

12 .7 °

R 35 .9

R 49 .6

26.1

° 40.7

84.5

R 36

5.1

2 66.

74 R3

R3 CI01N501

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-19

Idler wheel Dimensions c

Dimension mm in

b

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c Limit Standard Ø d (shaft) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit Standard e (bushing) Limit Standard f Limit

560 550 22.5 --102 92 85 84 85 86 82 81 19 18.6

a

Øa

f

d

e

22.04 21.6 0.88 --4.01 3.62 3.34 3.30 3.34 3.38 3.22 3.18 0.74 0.73

000-6-10-00-08B

Gauge Unit in mm

250 204

R3

R5

R50

R3

75

° 10

(15) 22.5

37.5

102

0.2

CI01N502

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-20

Upper roller Dimensions Dimension mm in

Mark

b

c

Øa b

a

d

c Ø d (shaft Ø d (bushing)

g

e

e (bushing)

f

f 000-6-10-00-8C

g

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

150 140 15 --104 --65 64 65 66 69 68 9 8.5 30 ---

5.9 5.5 0.59 --4.09 --2.55 2.51 2.55 2.59 2.71 2.67 0.35 0.33 1.18 ---

Gauge Unit in mm

210 104 97

R3

R3

R3

15

65

35

° .1 13

R3

15

R3

125

120 245 CI01N503

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-21

Lower roller Dimensions d

g

b

e

a

f

000-6-10-00-08D

Dimension mm in

Mark Øa b d Ø e (Pin)

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

180 170 25 20 216 224 75 74

7.08 6.69 0.98 0.78 8.50 8.81 2.95 2.91

Dimension mm in

Mark Ø e (bushing) f g

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

75 76 82 81 17.5 17

2.95 2.99 3.22 3.18 0.68 0.66

Gauge Unit in mm

300-6-10-03-08D

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-22

Track

c d Øe

Øe’

Øf’

Øf

Øg’

Øg h

h

b

a CS01B520

Dimension mm in

Mark a b c d Ø e (ring) Ø f (ring) Ø g (Pin)

Lep 9-94170EN

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

49 34 129 124 43 41 28.4 27 71.35 67 47.9 50.4 47.3 45

1.92 1.33 5.07 4.88 1.69 1.61 1.11 1.06 2.80 2.63 1.88 1.98 1.85 1.77

Mark Standard Limit Standard Ø e’ (bushing) Limit Standard Ø f’ (bushing) Limit Standard Ø g’ (Pin) Limit

h

Dimension mm in 215.9 --71.35 67 48.4 50.9 47.6 45

8.49 --2.80 2.63 1.90 1.99 1.87 1.77

Issued 02-06


1002-23

DIMENSIONS AND WEAR LIMITS OF ATTACHMENT LINKAGES 4

3

1

5

6

9

2

11 10

7

8

CS01B521

1. Boom foot/Frame a

c

b

Ød

CS01B522

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (a - b) Limit Standard Ø d (pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

Lep 9-94170EN

Dimension mm (in) 860 33.8 868 34.1 859 33.8 857 33.7 1.5 to 4 0.05 to 0.15 Shims adjustment 110 4.33 109 4.29 110 4.33 111.5 4.38

Issued 02-06


1002-24

2. Boom cylinder foot/Frame a

c

b

Ød

CS01B523

Dimension mm in

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (clearance) Limit Standard Ø d (pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

131 5.15 137 5.39 130 5.11 127 4.99 1 to 3.5 0.039 to 0.13 Shim adjustment 90 3.54 89 3.50 90 3.54 91.5 3.60

a

3. Boom cylinder head/Boom a

b

a

c

Ød

CS01B524

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (clearance) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

Lep 9-94170EN

Dimension mm

in

123 4.84 120 4.72 669 26.3 665 26.1 1.5 to 3 0.05 to 0.11 Shim adjustment 110 4.33 109 4.29 110 4.33 111.5 4.38

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1002-25

4. Arm cylinder foot/Boom c

a

Mark

b

Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (a - b) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

Ød

Dimension mm in 146 5.74 152 5.98 145 5.70 143 5.62 1 to 3.5 0.039 to 0.13 Shim adjustment 100 3.93 99 3.89 100 3.93 101.5 3.99

CS01B525

5. Boom/Arm a

b

c Mark Standard Limit Standard b (boom) Limit Standard b (arm) Limit Standard c (clearance) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (arm) Limit Standard Ø d (boom) Limit

a

Ød

CS01B526

Dimension mm in 89 3.50 87 3.42 392 15.4 395 15.5 391.5 15.4 389 15.3 0.5 to 2 0.019 to 0.07 Shim adjustment 115 4.52 114 4.48 115 4.52 116.5 4.58 115 4.52 116.5 4.58

6. Arm cylinder head/Arm Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (a - b) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

Ød b a

c CS01B527

Lep 9-94170EN

Dimension mm in 146 5.74 151 5.94 145 5.70 143 5.62 0.5 to 3 0.019 to 0.11 Shim adjustment 100 3.93 99 3.89 100 3.93 101.5 3.99

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1002-26

7. Bucket cylinder foot/Arm a b

c

Dimension mm in

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (a - b) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

Ød

CS01B528

146 5.74 152 5.98 145 5.70 143 5.62 1 to 3.5 0.039 to 0.13 Shim adjustment 95 3.74 94 3.70 95 3.74 96.5 3.79

8. Connecting rod/Arm Dimension mm in

Mark c

a b

b

Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard

c (clearance) a Ød CS01B529

Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

50 47 375 371 1 to 2

1.96 1.85 14.7 14.6 0.039 to 0.078 Shim adjustment 85 3.34 84 3.30 85 3.34 86.5 3.40

9. Compensator/Bucket Ød

Mark Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (clearance) Limit Standard Ø d (Pin) Limit Standard Ø d (bushing) Limit

a

c

b

a

Dimension mm in 401 15.7 406 15.9 400 15.7 397 15.6 1 to 4 0.039 to 0.15 Shim adjustment 90 3.54 89 3.50 90 3.54 91.5 3.60

CS01B530

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-27

10. Connecting rod/Compensator/Bucket cylinder head Dimension mm (in)

Mark a

Standard Limit Standard b Limit Standard c (clearance) Limit Standard d Limit Standard e Limit Standard f (d - e) Limit Standard Ø g (Pin) Limit Standard Øg (compensator) Limit

a

f b

e

d

c Øg CS01B531

Ø g (cylinder)

Standard Limit

50 1.96 48 1.88 376 14.8 371 14.6 1.5 to 2.5 0.05 to 0.09 Shim adjustment 106 4.17 109 4.29 105 4.13 102 4.01 1.5 to 2.5 0.05 to 0.09 Shim adjustment 105 4.13 104 4.09 105 4.13 106.5 4.19 105 106.5

4.13 4.19

11. Arm/Bucket Øe

a d b a

c (a - b)

b

d c

Ø e (Pin) CS01B532

Ø e (arm) Ø e (bucket)

Lep 9-94170EN

Dimension mm (in)

Mark Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit Standard Limit

401 15.7 406 15.9 400 15.7 397 15.6 1 to 4 0.039 to 0.15 Shim adjustment 16 0.62 10 0.39 90 3.54 89 3.50 90 3.54 91.5 3.60 90 3.54 91.5 3.60

Issued 02-06


1002-28

SHIMS FOR ADJUSTING ATTACHMENT GAPS For boom foot

R O.D I.D

H

000-6-10-02-02A

Part No.

I.D.

O.D.

R

H

Shim Thickness

Material

KNV1132

76

160

100

30

1.2

SPHC

KRV2390

91

190

115

30

1.2

SPHC

KBV1441

101

220

130

30

1.2

SPHC

KBV1748

101

230

135

30

1.2

SPHC

KSV1805

111

240

140

30

1.2

SPHC

R O.D

I.D

H

000-6-10-02-02B

Part No.

I.D.

O.D.

R

H

Shim Thickness

Material

KSV1930

111

240

140

30

1.0

Urethone

KSV11380

111

240

140

30

2.0

Urethone

KSV1931

116

240

140

30

1.0

Urethone

KSV11390

116

240

140

30

2.0

Urethone

Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-29

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Lep 9-94170EN

Issued 02-06


1002-30

SPECIAL TORQUE SETTINGS No.

Component

Screw (Ă˜)

Wrench (mm)

M24

36

Torque setting lb-ft

1*

Travel motor and reduction gear assembly

900-1051

664-775

2*

Sprocket

M20

30

521-608

384-448

3*

Idler wheel

M16

24

267-312

197-230

4*

Upper roller

M20

30

521-608

384-448

5*

Lower roller

M24

36

902-1049

665-774

6*

Chain guide

M24

36

902-1049

665-774

7

Track pad

M24

36

1236-1510

912-1114

8

Counterweight

M33

50

1685-1960

1243-1446

9

Turntable (frame)

M24

36

900-1050

664-774

10

Turntable (upperstructure)

M24

36

900-1050

664-774

11 *

Swing motor and reduction gear assembly

M24

36

900-1050

664-774

12 *

Engine

M20

30

289-337

213-248

13 *

Engine bracket

M12

19

109-127

80-93

14

Radiator

M16

24

147-176

108-130

M10

17

64-73

47-54

M20

Hex. Socket

367-496

270-496

M16

24

233-276

171-203

15 *

Hydraulic pump

16 *

Hydraulic reservoir

17 *

Fuel reservoir

M16

24

233-276

171-203

18 *

Control valve

M16

24

267-312

197-230

19 *

Hydraulic swivel

M16

24

267-312

197-230

20

Cab

M16

24

78-80

57-59

21

Battery

M10

17

20-29

15-21

NOTE: Use Loctite 262 or an equivalent on retaining screws of those components marked with an asterisk (*).

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18

15

16

12 13

11 17

8

14 21 7

19 1 9 10

2

5 6

20 4 3

330-5-05-01-17C_1

6

1

2

CS01N969

CS01N968

7 4 CS01N971

5 8 3

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11 13 10

12

9

9

CS01N972 330-5-05-01-17D

15

330-5-05-01-17D4

330-5-05-01-17D3

14

18 16

CS01N976

17

CS01N978

CS01N977

19 20

CS01N979

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MACHINE OVERALL DIMENSIONS

CS00K520

(CX330LC) Arms (dippers) 2.20 m 2.60 m 3.25 m 4.00 m (A) .................................................................3.60 m .................. 3.53 m ................ 3.29 m ................. 3.51 m (B) .................................................................3.13 m .................. 3.13 m ................ 3.13 m ................. 3.13 m (C) ...............................................................11.25 m ................ 11.13 m .............. 11.05 m ............... 11.09 m (D) .................................................................5.91 m .................. 5.91 m ................ 5.91 m ................. 5.91 m (E) .................................................................3.04 m .................. 3.04 m ................ 3.04 m ................. 3.04 m (F)..................................................................1.21 m .................. 1.21 m ................ 1.21 m ................. 1.21 m (G) .................................................................3.42 m .................. 3.42 m ................ 3.42 m ................. 3.42 m (H) .................................................................4.98 m .................. 4.98 m ................ 4.98 m ................. 4.98 m (I) ...................................................................4.04 m .................. 4.04 m ................ 4.04 m ................. 4.04 m (J) ..................................................................2.60 m .................. 2.60 m ................ 2.60 m ................. 2.60 m (K) (standard pads) .......................................0.60 m .................. 0.60 m ................ 0.60 m ................. 0.60 m (L) (with 600 mm track pads).........................3.20 m .................. 3.20 m ................ 3.20 m ................. 3.20 m (L) (with 700 mm track pads).........................3.30 m .................. 3.30 m ................ 3.30 m ................. 3.30 m (L) (with 800 mm track pads).........................3.40 m .................. 3.40 m ................ 3.40 m ................. 3.40 m (M) .................................................................0.48 m .................. 0.48 m ................ 0.48 m ................. 0.48 m (CX330NLC) Arms (dippers) 2.20 m 2.60 m 3.25 m 4.00 m (A) .................................................................3.57 m .................. 3.53 m ................ 3.29 m ................. 3.51 m (B) .................................................................3.13 m .................. 3.13 m ................ 3.13 m ................. 3.13 m (C) ...............................................................11.25 m ................ 11.13 m .............. 11.05 m ............... 11.09 m (D) .................................................................5.91 m .................. 5.91 m ................ 5.91 m ................. 5.91 m (E) .................................................................3.04 m .................. 3.04 m ................ 3.04 m ................. 3.04 m (F)..................................................................1.21 m .................. 1.21 m ................ 1.21 m ................. 1.21 m (G) .................................................................3.42 m .................. 3.42 m ................ 3.42 m ................. 3.42 m (H) .................................................................4.98 m .................. 4.98 m ................ 4.98 m ................. 4.98 m (I) ...................................................................4.04 m .................. 4.04 m ................ 4.04 m ................. 4.04 m (J) ..................................................................2.39 m .................. 2.39 m ................ 2.39 m ................. 2.39 m (K) (standard pads) .......................................0.60 m .................. 0.60 m ................ 0.60 m ................. 0.60 m (L) (with 600 mm track pads).........................2.99 m .................. 2.99 m ................ 2.99 m ................. 2.99 m (L) (with 700 mm track pads).........................3.09 m .................. 3.09 m ................ 3.09 m ................. 3.09 m (L) (with 800 mm pads) .................................3.19 m .................. 3.19 m ................ 3.19 m ................. 3.19 m (M) .................................................................0.48 m .................. 0.48 m ................ 0.48 m ................. 0.48 m

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CS00K520

(CX350) Arms (dippers) 2.20 m 2.60 m 3.25 m (A) ............................................................................ .................. 3.57 m ................ 3.53 m ................. 3.29 m (B) ............................................................................ .................. 3.13 m ................ 3.13 m ................. 3.13 m (C) ............................................................................ ................ 11.25 m .............. 11.13 m ............... 11.05 m (D) ............................................................................ .................. 5.91 m ................ 5.91 m ................. 5.91 m (E) ............................................................................ .................. 3.04 m ................ 3.04 m ................. 3.04 m (F)............................................................................. .................. 1.21 m ................ 1.21 m ................. 1.21 m (G) ............................................................................ .................. 3.42 m ................ 3.42 m ................. 3.42 m (H) ............................................................................ .................. 4.98 m ................ 4.98 m ................. 4.98 m (I).............................................................................. .................. 4.04 m ................ 4.04 m ................. 4.04 m (J) ............................................................................. .................. 2.60 m ................ 2.60 m ................. 2.60 m (K) (standard pads) .................................................. .................. 0.60 m ................ 0.60 m ................. 0.60 m (L) (with 600 mm track pads).................................... .................. 3.20 m ................ 3.20 m ................. 3.20 m (L) (with 700 mm track pads).................................... .................. 3.30 m ................ 3.30 m ................. 3.30 m (L) (with 800 mm pads) ............................................ .................. 3.40 m ................ 3.40 m ................. 3.40 m

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2001 Section 2001 RADIATOR, OIL-COOLER, INTER COOLER, FUEL COOLER AND ENGINE REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 2 RADIATOR, OIL-COOLER, INTER COOLER AND FUEL COOLER ..................................................................... 3 Removal .............................................................................................................................................................. 3 Installation ........................................................................................................................................................... 3 ENGINE .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Removal .............................................................................................................................................................. 4 Installation ........................................................................................................................................................... 4 ENGINE AND RADIATOR - FIGURE 1 .................................................................................................................. 6

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WARNING: This symbol is used in this manual to indicate important safety messages. Whenever you see this symbol, carefully read the message which follows. Your safety depends on it.

SPECIFICATIONS See Section 1002

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RADIATOR, OIL-COOLER, INTER COOLER AND FUEL COOLER Before carrying out any operation on the machine, perform the following operations in the order shown: -

Park the machine on hard, flat ground. Lower the attachment to the ground. Shut down the engine. Remove the starter switch key. Make sure that pressure in the hydraulic system has been completely released (see Operator’s Manual).

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WARNING: When the machine is working, the engine components and the hydraulic pump reach a high temperature. To avoid being burnt by hot metal or scalded by high temperature water or oil, allow the machine to cool down before starting any servicing operation.

Removal

Installation

NOTE: For the removal refer to the figure 1, page 6.

NOTE: For the installation refer to the figure 1, page 6, proceed in the reverse order from that of removal.

STEP 1 Drain the cooling system (see Operator’s Manual).

STEP 2 Release pressure in the hydraulic reservoir to allow the vacuum pump to be mounted (see Section 8000).

1) Coat the thread of reference (40) and (51) with loctite or equivalent after removing any oil film and fasten by tightening torque . 2) Apply packing liquid (38) to the connection of radiator hose after removing any oil film and fasten by tightening torque. 3) Tighten up the hose band from the direction schown on the D.W.G. Before operating the machine: - Check the oil level in the hydraulic reservoir. Top up if necessary. - Check the hydraulic fluid cooling circuit for leaks. - Fill and bleed the engine cooling system (see Operator’s Manual). - Check the engine cooling system for leaks.

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ENGINE Removal

STEP 7

NOTE: For the removal refer to the figure 1, page 6.

Remove the engine retaining hardware.

STEP 1

NOTE: When installing, make a visual inspection of the condition of the rubber flexible mountings and change them if necessary. Tighten the engine retaining screws to the torque specified in Section 1002.

STEP 8 When there is nothing interfering with the removal of the engine, raise the engine carefully and install it on a suitable repair bench.

STEP 9 Refer to Section 8003 and remove the hydraulic pump. JS00163A

Park the machine on hard, flat ground. Lower the attachment to the ground.

STEP 2 Release pressure in the hydraulic system and in the hydraulic reservoir (see Section 8000).

Installation NOTE: For the installation refer to the figure 1, page 6, proceed in the reverse order from that of removal. 1) Coat the thread of reference (1), (4), (63) and (74) with loctite or equivalent after removing any oil film and fasten by tightening torque . 2) The elastic rubbers of reference (49) and (72) should be assembled after confirming the discrimination color.

STEP 3

1

Before operating the machine, carry out the following operations: - Bleed and prime the fuel system (see Operator’s Manual). - Fill and bleed the engine cooling system (see Operator’s Manual). - Check the hydraulic, fuel and cooling systems for leaks. - Check the oil level in the hydraulic reservoir. Top up if necessary. CT05L063

Disconnect the earth cable (-) (1) from the battery.

STEP 4 Label and disconnect all the electrical connections from the engine.

STEP 5 NOTE: For the removal refer to the figure 1, page 6. Remove all the clips, etc. which attach the electrical harnesses to the engine and move out of the way.

STEP 6 Install a suitable lifting device on the engine lifting rings (for the weight of the engine, see Section 1002). Lep 9-94830EN

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ENGINE AND RADIATOR - FIGURE 1

330-5-02-02-24

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44 - JOINT; SPL 45 - BAND; HOSE 46 - HOSU; RUBBER 47 - BAND; HOSE 48 - TUBE 49 - RUBBER; ELASTIC 50 - HOSE; RADIATOR 51 - BOLT; HIGH STRENGTH 52 - WASHER; HIGH STRENGHT 53 - HOSE; VINYL 54 - TANK; RESERVE 55 - HOLDER 56 - BOLT; SEMS 57 - MISSING NUMBER 58 - MUFFLER 59 - BOLT; U 60 - NUT; FLANGED 61 - SUPT; ENGINE 62 - BRACKET; MUFFLER 63 - BOLT; HIGH STRENGTH 64 - SUPT; ENGINE 65 - BOLT; HIGH STRENGTH 66 - BOLT; HIGH STRENGTH 67 - BRACKET 69 - CONT; SPL 70 - NUT; SPL 71 - SUPT; ENGINE 72 - RUBBER; ELASTIC 73 - PLATE 74 - BOLT; HIGH STRENGTH 75 - WASHER; HIGH STRENGHT 76 - HOSE; RADIATOR 77 - CLAMP; HOSE 78 - BRACKET 79 - BOLT; SEMS 80 - ELBOW 81 - BOLT; SEMS 82 - CLEANER; AIR 83 - SUPI; ENGINE 84 - CONT; SPL 89 - WASHER; HIGH STRENGHT 90 - HOSE; SPL 91 - ENGINE; DIESEL

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3001 Section 3001 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF THE FUEL TANK

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................................. 2 FUEL TANK ............................................................................................................................................................ Removal .............................................................................................................................................................. Installation ........................................................................................................................................................... Description ..........................................................................................................................................................

3 3 4 5

SPECIFICATIONS See Section 1002.

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FUEL TANK Removal STEP 1

STEP 9 Remove the screws (8) and the protective plate (9) from on top of the fuel reservoir (1).

STEP 10 Loosen the two screws (10) located under the machine. Open the side portion of the machine and remove the two screws (11) located on the RH side of the fuel reservoir (1). Remove the protective plate of the reservoir (12).

STEP 11 Attach labels on the two hoses and remove them. JS00163A

Park the machine on hard, flat ground. Lower the attachment to the ground.

STEP 12

STEP 2

Shift the plastic protection (13) from the fuel sensor (14). Remove the retaining screws (15) then the fuel sensor (14) as well as the seal (16).

Reduce the engine speed to idle for 30 seconds, then shut down the engine.

STEP 13

STEP 3

Remove the screws (17) from the fuel tank (1), and the shims (18).

Turn the ignition key to "ON" without starting the engine.

STEP 14

STEP 4

Remove the fuel tank (1) using a hoist.

Attach a "DO NOT OPERATE" tag to the ignition key in the cab.

STEP 15 See the operator's manual for removing the fuel filter.

STEP 5 NOTE: The numbers within brackets refer to the figures on pages 5 and 6. Remove the access panel under the fuel reservoir (1).

STEP 6 Open the filling plug (2) of the tank (1). Bleed the remaining fuel using the valve (3) then remove the latter. Remove the filter (19) and the fuel gauge (20).

STEP 7 Lift the hood of the front boot. Remove the retaining screw (4) of the access ramp (5). Remove the access ramp (5).

STEP 8 Remove the screws (6) on top and then inside the front boot, then remove the protective housing (7).

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Installation NOTE: The numbers within brackets refer to the figures on pages 5 and 6.

STEP 1 Using a hoist, position the fuel reservoir (1) on the machine.

STEP 2 Install the shims (18) as well as the six screws (17), tighten the screws to a torque of 232.4 to 276 Nm. Install the valve (3) and tighten the valve (3) to a torque of 14.7 Nm.

STEP 3 Install a new seal (16), then the fuel probe (14) using the five screws (15), reposition the plastic protection correctly (13).

STEP 7 Install the protective housing (7) on top of the front boot using the screws (6) then put back the screw mask.

STEP 8 Install the access ramp (5) using screws (4). Close the front boot.

STEP 9 Fill the fuel reservoir (see the operator's manual) and make sure that there are no leaks.

STEP 10 Reinstall the protective plate on top of the machine.

STEP 4 Install the two hoses by taking help of the labels attached during removal. Tighten using retaining clips.

STEP 5 Install the reservoir protection (12) using screws (10) and (11). Tighten the screws (10) and (11).

STEP 6 Install the protective plate (9) on top of the fuel reservoir (1). Tighten the screws (8).

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Description Location 6

7

9 11

8

6

5 12 11

8

10

4

CS02B557

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

CS02B556

SCREW ACCESS RAMP SCREW PROTECTIVE HOUSING SCREW SKID PLATE SCREW SCREW SKID PLATE

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Fuel tank 2 20

19

1

14 13

16 15

18 17 3 CS02C553

1 2 3 13 14

FUEL RESERVOIR PLUG VALVE PLASTIC PROTECTION FUEL PROBE

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4001 Section 4001 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT AND TROUBLESHOOTING

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TABLE OF CONTENTS ELECTRIC CIRCUITS OPERATION EXPLANATION ............................................................................................. 4 System Chart of Function ..................................................................................................................................... 4 ENGINE CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................. 7 Fuel Injection Control (Common rail type) ............................................................................................................ 7 GENERAL LOCATION OF THE COMPONENTS (INSIDE THE CAB) .................................................................. 12 RELAYS AND MAIN FUSES (battery compartment) ............................................................................................. 13 FUSE BOX ............................................................................................................................................................. 14 WORK MODE SELECTION ................................................................................................................................... 15 THROTTLE CONTROL .......................................................................................................................................... 22 IDLING CONTROL (AUTO/ONE-TOUCH)............................................................................................................. 25 BREAKER MODE................................................................................................................................................... 27 AUTO PREHEAD (GLOW CONTROL) .................................................................................................................. 28 AUTO WARM UP ................................................................................................................................................... 31 OVERHEAT PROTECTION ................................................................................................................................... 32 ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE COMPENSATION .................................................................................................. 33 CONTROL WHEN STARTING ENGINE ................................................................................................................ 34 CONTROL WHEN STOPPING ENGINE................................................................................................................ 35 EMERGENCY STOP OF THE ENGINE................................................................................................................. 35 FUNCTION LOCKING............................................................................................................................................ 36 POWER BOOST .................................................................................................................................................... 37 SWING BRAKE ...................................................................................................................................................... 38 TRAVEL MODE...................................................................................................................................................... 40 POWER SHUT-OFF DELAY .................................................................................................................................. 42 FUEL SUPPLY PUMP CONTROL (AUTOMATIC STOP) OPTION ....................................................................... 43 POWER TRANSISTOR PROTECTION ................................................................................................................. 45 MONITOR DISPLAY .............................................................................................................................................. 46 Normal Display ................................................................................................................................................... 46 Message Display ................................................................................................................................................ 49 ACCESS AND CONTENTS OF MONITOR DISPLAYS (Diagnostic mode)........................................................... 50 Access to monitor displays ................................................................................................................................. 50 Lep 9-94180EN

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4001-3 Machine condition ..............................................................................................................................................51 Diagnostic code ..................................................................................................................................................54 Machine history ..................................................................................................................................................59 Resetting ............................................................................................................................................................62 EXCAVATOR MODEL SELECTION PROCEDURE .............................................................................................. 66 Changing the language code .............................................................................................................................68 TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................................... 69 Prior inspections .................................................................................................................................................69 Reading the organisation charts ........................................................................................................................70 Procedures .........................................................................................................................................................71 Fuel ....................................................................................................................................................................72 Add coolant solution ...........................................................................................................................................73 Low engine oil pressure .....................................................................................................................................74 Overheating ........................................................................................................................................................75 Defective battery charge circuit ..........................................................................................................................78 Electrical system troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................80 ELECTRICAL INSPECTION OF COMPONENTS.................................................................................................. 82 Main pump proportional solenoid .......................................................................................................................83 6 solenoid valve bank .........................................................................................................................................84 Hydraulic oil temperature sensor .......................................................................................................................84 Pressure sensor .................................................................................................................................................85

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ELECTRIC CIRCUITS OPERATION EXPLANATION System Chart of Function ITEM

FUNCTION

1

Engine control

2

Work mode selection a) H/S/L mode

METHOD Electronic control (common-rail)

Maximum engine speed, pump current, and pressurizing solenoid valve are conMachine setting can be selected accordtrolled according to the selected work ing to conditions such as of workload or mode. fuel efficiency preference, and lifting operation. b) Auto-mode

Selection of auto-mode allows the load to be calculated with pressure of negative Suitable work mode is automatically control P1 and P2 which in turn work selected. mode is switched. c) Load prefectch control Pump current is kept at 0 mA while machine is not being operated.

Pump current and engine controller are controlled by signal from pressure switch.

3

Throttle control

Engine can be controlled continuously Engine speed is adjusted by control of from idling to high idling speed by opera- throttle valve. tor's instruction.

4

Idling control

Engine speed can be switched to/form Pushing knob of switch on the right allows idling by control of onetouch switch. the engine to run idle and pushing it again to return it as it was. It makes engine to run idle while machine Selection of auto-idle allows the engine to is not being operated. run at idling speed automatically in 5 minutes after he lever is shifted to its neutral. Shifting lever makes the engine to return to its normal speed automatically.

5

Breaker mode

Pressing the breaker pedal allows the Turning ON the pressure switch in breaker engine to run at the set speed automati- pilot line allows the engine to run at prevically and boosting pressure will be cut. ously set speed. Also, pump current will be set as that in S-mode and boosting pressure is to be cut.

6

Auto preheat

It helps the engine to start easily at a low temperature. Also, it stabilizes engine speed immediately after start of the engine to reduce exhausting smoke.

7

Auto warm-up

When coolant temperature is low, it allows In case where no operation of the the engine to start warming up automati- machine after the engine has been started cally after it has been started. is carried out when coolant temperature is low, it automatically increases engine speed gradually to warm it up.

8

Overheat protection

When engine coolant temperature has When coolant temperature goes over been increased, reduce injection quantity 108°C, reduce fuel injection quantity. to protect engine. Coolant temperature sensor to ECM.

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Depending on cooling water temperature at the time when the key switch is turned ON, the glow plug is energized for a period of time being set. It is to be energized for a certain period of set time after the engine has been started to reduce exhausting smoke.

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