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New Holland T4.55S T4.65S T4.75S Operators manual Overview

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ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
T4.55S
T4.65S
T4.75S
Tractor
Part number 51519607
1st edition English
July 2018
Replaces part number 51486383

 

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Contents
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
Note to the Owner
1-1
Foreword
1-2
Advice
1-3
Advice
1-5
Product identification
1-6
Product identification TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
1-8
Advice IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
1-10
2 SAFETY INFORMATION
Foreword
2-1
Safety rules TRACTOR JACK POINTS
2-10
Safety rules PREVENTING FIRE AND EXPLOSION
2-11
Personal safety GETTING IN AND OUT OF THE TRACTOR
2-12
Note to the Owner TRACTOR USE
2-13
Noise level
2-15
Vibration level DANGERS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO VIBRATION
2-16
Dimension TRACTOR BALANCE
2-17
Dimension FIXED PARAMETERS
2-19
Basic instructions SAFETY COVERS AND PROTECTORS
2-21
Safety signs SAFETY LABELS
2-23
International symbols
2-31
3 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
Access to operator’s platform
Cab controls – Localization overview GENERAL INFORMATION, CONTROLLER AND IN-
DICATORS
3-1
Operator’s seat
Seat function controller – Control identification DRIVER’S SEAT and SEAT ADJUSTMENT
3-1
Pneumatically-adjusted operator seat – Adjust
3-3
Seat restraints – Localization overview
3-5
Forward controls
Instrument cluster – Localization overview
3-6
Multi-Function Handle (MFH) – Control
3-10
Ignition switch – Control identification
3-11
Hazard light switch – Control identification
3-11
Console Front console – Control identification FRONT CONSOLE CONTROLS
3-11
Left-hand side controls
Console Left-hand console – Control identification
3-12

 

Right-hand side controls
Console Right-hand console – Control identification
3-13
Overhead controls
Console Headliner console – Control identification
3-15
Air conditioning – Warning
3-17
Air conditioning – Operating
3-18
Exterior controls
Cab – Control identification
3-20
Cab – Control identification Cab step
3-21
Fuel tanks – Control identification
3-22
Fenders and guards – Control identification
3-23
Rear-view outside mirrors – Control identification
3-24
Shield – Control identification
3-25
Work light – Control identification
3-26
4 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Starting the unit
Start-up – Product identification BATTERY CIRCUIT BREAKER
4-1
5
TRANSPORT OPERATIONS
Road transport
Brakes and controls – Tow TOWING THE TRACTOR
5-1
Brakes and controls – Tow TRANSPORTING A TRACTOR ON A CARRIER
5-2
6
WORKING OPERATIONS
General information
Safety rules
6-1
Turbocharger – Overview
6-4
Transmission – General specification TRANSMISSION SYSTEM (8 FORWARD + 8 RE-
VERSE 30 and 40 km/h)
6-5
Transmission – General specification
6-8
Mechanical control – Control MECHANICAL CONTROL four wheel-DRIVE
6-12
Differential lock control pedal – Operating REAR DIFFERENTIAL LOCK WITH MECHAN-
ICAL CONTROL
6-13
Power Take-Off (PTO) – Localization overview PTO
6-15
Power Take-Off (PTO) – Operating INDEPENDENT ENGINE-POWERED PTO
6-16
Power Take-Off (PTO) – Operating GROUND SPEED (SYNCHRONIZED) PTO
6-17
Power Take-Off (PTO) – Operating SERVO-ASSISTED PTO USE
6-18
Power Take-Off (PTO) – Operating PTO SPEED
6-19
Hydraulic systems – Operating MAIN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
6-20
Rear three-point hitch external controls – Overview THREE-POINT HITCH SYSTEM (CAT-
EGORY 1 and 2)
6-24
Electrical systems – Overview TRAILER SOCKET
6-29

 

Auxiliary hydraulic valves and lines – General specification QUICK-CONNECTION HY-
DRAULIC VALVES WITH BUSHING CONNECTORS
6-30
Drawbar – General specification
6-32
Wheels and Tires
Wheels – Crop setting FRONT WHEEL TRACK WIDTH ADJUSTMENT FOR DUAL-
DRIVE TRACTORS
6-34
Wheels – Crop setting WIDTH SETTINGS FOR REAR TIRE TRACK
6-35
Front axle system – Crop setting STEERING ANGLE ADJUSTMENT
6-36
Wheels – General specification TIRE USE, MAINTENANCE, AND REPLACEMENT
6-36
Wheels – General specification TIRE LOAD INDEX INFORMATION
6-37
Wheels – General specification SPEED CODES
6-37
7
MAINTENANCE
General information
Consumables LIQUID AND OIL CAPACITIES
7-1
Maintenance planning
Maintenance chart
7-2
Flexible Maintenance
Clutch – Adjust
7-4
Brake pedals – Adjust
7-4
Hand brake lever – Adjust
7-4
Fan and drive – Adjust
7-5
Air conditioning – Check
7-6
Air conditioning – Cleaning
7-6
Power shuttle transmission hydraulic components – Check
7-7
Wheels – Tire inflating
7-7
Front wheels – Tighten
7-8
Wiper and washer system – Level make up
7-9
Radiator – Level make up
7-10
Radiator – Cleaning
7-11
Radiator – Cleaning
7-12
Front light – Check
7-13
WHEN THE WARNING LAMP LIGHTS
Air cleaners and lines – Cleaning
7-14
Air cleaners and lines – Cleaning EXTERNAL CARTRIDGE OF DRY AIR FILTER . . 7-15
Brake fluid reservoir – Level make up
7-17
EVERY 10 HOURS OR EACH DAY
Engine lubrication system – Level make up
7-18
EVERY 50 HOURS
Fan and drive – Adjust
7-18
Hydraulic systems – Grease HYDRAULIC LIFTER CONNECTION ARMS
7-19

 

Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) system – Grease DUAL-DRIVE STEERING CYLINDER . . 7-19
Front axle system – Grease FRONT AXLE REAR TRUNNION
7-19
Front axle system – Grease FOUR WHEEL DRIVE FRONT AXLE
7-20
Wheels – Grease DYNAMIC MUDGUARD
7-20
Front axle system – Grease STEERING CYLINDER SINGLE-DRIVE MODEL
7-20
Fuel filters – Cleaning FUEL FILTER SEDIMENT BOWL
7-21
EVERY 100 HOURS
Air filter – Cleaning CAB AIR FILTER
7-22
EVERY 300 HOURS
Engine lubrication system – Change fluid ENGINE OIL
7-23
Fuel filters – Replace
7-23
Fuel filters – Cleaning FEED PUMP
7-23
Engine oil filter – Replace
7-24
Air cleaners and lines – Cleaning EXTERNAL CARTRIDGE OF DRY AIR FILTER . . 7-25
Transmission oil filter – Replace
7-26
Oil filters – Replace HYDRAULIC LIFTER OIL FILTER
7-26
Transmission – Level make up REAR TRANSMISSION AND HYDRAULIC LIFTER OIL
LEVEL
7-27
Front axle system – Grease DUAL-DRIVE FRONT AXLE CASING
7-27
Hand brake lever – Adjust
7-27
Front wheels – Level make up
7-28
Front wheels – Grease
7-28
Front axle system – Grease FRONT AXLE LINKAGE
7-28
EVERY 600 HOURS
Valves – Adjust
7-29
EVERY 1200 HOURS OR ANNUALLY
Air filter – Cleaning CAB AIR FILTER
7-29
Air filter – Cleaning
7-31
Fuel tank – Cleaning
7-31
Fuel injectors – Check
7-32
EVERY 1200 HOURS OR EVERY 2 YEARS
Engine cooling system – Cleaning
7-33
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Fuel injection system – Bleed
7-37
Brakes and controls – Bleed
7-38
Headlight – Adjust
7-39
Fuse and relay locations
Battery – General specification
7-41
Fuse and relay box – General specification
7-43

 

8 TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault code resolution
Foreword LOCATING FAULTY AREA AND IDENTIFYING THE FAULT
8-1
Frame – Troubleshooting ENGINE
8-1
Electrical system – Troubleshooting
8-3
Hydraulic systems – Troubleshooting
8-4
Rear three-point hitch – Troubleshooting
8-5
Hydraulic service brakes – Troubleshooting
8-6
Cab climate control – Troubleshooting
8-7
9 SPECIFICATIONS
General specification TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
9-1
Accessories – Weight
9-2
Engine – General specification
9-2
Air cleaners and lines – General specification
9-2
Engine cooling system – General specification COOLING SYSTEM
9-2
Engine cooling system – General specification
9-3
Clutch – General specification PTO
9-4
Transmission – General specification GEARS
9-4
Front axle system – General specification
9-4
Rear axle system – General specification
9-4
Power Take-Off (PTO) – General specification PTO
9-5
Hydraulic systems – General specification
9-5
Tow hitch – General specification
9-6
Control valve – General specification
9-6
Steering – General specification
9-6
Brakes and controls – General specification BRAKING SYSTEM
9-7
Safety – General specification
9-7
Electrical systems – General specification
9-7
Electrical systems – General specification INDICATORS AND ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT 9-8
10 ACCESSORIES
Accessories – Overview
10-1
Accessories – Overview RADIO – BLUETOOTH – MP3 PLAYER
10-2
Accessories – Overview FRONT LOADER (OPTIONAL)
10-3
Accessories – Overview LABELS
10-5
Accessories – Operating BUCKET USE
10-9
Accessories – Operating JOYSTICK
10-11
Accessories – Crop setting LIFTER AND OPERATING APPARATUS
10-14
Accessories – Operating USING THE FRONT LOADER
10-16
Accessories – Install BUCKET CONNECTION
10-21
Accessories – Lock/Unlock REMOVING THE FRONT LOADER
10-23
Accessories – Install BUCKET ATTACHMENT
10-25
Accessories – Lock/Unlock BUCKET REMOVAL
10-27
Accessories – Crop setting Bucket Level Detection Bar adjustment
10-30
Accessories – Care BUCKET MAINTENANCE
10-31
Accessories – Torque MINIMUM EQUIPMENT TIGHTENING TORQUES (GENERAL)
10-33

 

Accessories – Torque STANDARD TORQUE FOR HYDRAULIC HOSES AND BUSHINGS
(GENERAL)
10-35
Accessories – Technical Data
10-37
11 FORMS AND DECLARATIONS
Service record FIRST 50 HOURS MAINTENANCE FORM – CUSTOMER COPY
11-1
Service record FIRST 50 HOURS MAINTENANCE FORM – DEALERSHIP COPY
11-3

 

 

1 – GENERAL INFORMATION
1 – GENERAL INFORMATION###_1_###
Note to the Owner
This handbook contains information on how to calibrate and maintain your new equipment. You have purchased
a reliable vehicle. However, you must maintain and use the vehicle appropriately for high performance and a long
operational life. Make sure all operators read this manual carefully. Always have this manual to hand.
Your NEW HOLLAND dealership will provide instructions on the general use of your new equipment. Your seller’s
staff consists of factory-trained technicians. These technicians will answer any questions you have about the use of
your machine.
Your NEW HOLLAND dealership will have a full range of genuine NEW HOLLAND service parts. These parts pro-
vide high-quality replacements and are designed specifically for your equipment. All replacement parts go through
extensive quality control. You must provide the model and product identity number of your new equipment to your
seller when you order parts. Record these numbers below. See the ‘General Information’ section of this handbook
for information on where to find your machine’s model information and product identity number.
PLEASE RECORD THE INFORMATION BELOW
Model:
Product Identity Number (PIN):
This is a safety warning symbol. This symbol warns you of potential risks of injury. It may
appear with or without text. Adhere to the warnings that this symbol indicates to avoid the
risk of injury or death.
WARNING
Illustrations in this manual may show protective shielding open or removed to better illustrate a par-
ticular feature or adjustment.
Replace all shields before operating the machine.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
W0012A
Notice on tampering with the engine:
NOTICE: Your tractor’s fuel system and engine are designed in accordance with statutory emissions standards. It
is strictly prohibited by law for sellers, customers, operators, or users to tamper with the engine. A failure to follow
this requirement may result in statutory fines, restitution fees, invalidation of warranty, legal action, and the potential
seizure of the tractor. Only authorized technicians should carry out engine servicing and/or repair!
1-1

 

1 – GENERAL INFORMATION
Foreword
About this handbook
DANGER
Improper operation or service of this machine can result in an accident.
Do not operate this machine or perform any lubrication, maintenance, or repair on it until you have
read and understood the operation, lubrication, maintenance, and repair information.
Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury.
D0010A
This handbook contains information on the normal oper-
tractor in accordance with periodic servicing and safety
ation and use of your tractor under routine servicing and
procedures. The manufacturer provides information on
maintenance. Please read this information. Keep it in
these periodic servicing and safety procedures in this
good condition and store it in your seat’s storage pocket
handbook. There is also relevant information in other
for future reference. This handbook does not contain in-
manufacturer literature.
formation about the periodic servicing, resetting, and re-
• Resetting refers to the procedures that professional
pair procedures that professional service personnel will
service staff perform to make the tractor comply with
perform. The contents page(s) provide an overview of
certain specifications. The resetting may use the infor-
the main topics in the handbook. There is a detailed al-
mation that the manufacturer provides in this manual
phabetized index at the back of this handbook for easier
and instructions. It may also use the information in
access to certain topics.
other company literature.
• Repair refers to the repairs that trained personnel carry
Normal operation
out in accordance with the repair information that the
manufacturer has provided in the seller service hand-
• Normal operation refers to the use of the tractor and
any mounted or pulled equipment for purposes that the
book in case of a fault or decrease in performance.
tractor’s manufacturer intended. Under normal oper-
ation, a knowledgeable operator should use the trac-
Replacement parts
tor in accordance with the manufacturer’s operational
and safety procedures in this handbook. The operator
The manufacturer has not tested and does not allow the
should also use the tractor in accordance with any la-
use of non-genuine parts. The use of these parts will
belling on equipment.
negatively affect your tractor’s operation and the safe use
of your tractor. The manufacturer takes no responsibility
• Normal operation includes preparation and storage
for any damage as a result of the use of non-genuine
of the tractor, installation or removal of compo-
parts. Do not make any changes to your tractor without
nents/equipment, loading and unloading, and calibra-
the written permission of the manufacturer.
tion of accessories.
• Normal operation also includes adjustment and prepa-
Warranty
ration of the tractor and its equipment to the specific
conditions of the field and/or crop.
Your tractor is under warranty in accordance with your
country’s laws and your contract with the dealer. In ad-
Routine maintenance
dition to this, if you do not comply with the use and main-
tenance rules and instructions in this manual, your guar-
Routine maintenance refers to the daily routine main-
antee becomes invalid.
tenance and safety procedures that an operator with
knowledge of the tractor’s specifications must carry out.
Cleaning the tractor
The manufacturer has specified these maintenance and
safety procedures in this handbook for the ongoing proper
Your tractor is equipped with an electro-hydraulic control
operation of the tractor. Labeling on the tractor also
system. Take care when you clean the tractor, especially
provides information on these maintenance and safety
if you use pressurized water.
procedures. Routine maintenance includes refuelling,
Never stand too close to the tractor. Never spray the
cleaning, washing, maintaining fluid levels, greasing, and
pressurized water over electrical components, gaskets,
replacing consumables such as lamp bulbs.
grilles, etc.
Never spay cold pressurised water on a hot engine or
Resetting, periodic servicing, and repair
exhaust.
• Periodic servicing refers to the processes that trained
personnel carry out to extend the operational life of the
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