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Case 580L, 580 Super L, 590L, 590 Super L Factory Service & Shop Manual



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EXCERPT:
MASTER CYLINDER
Removal
STEP 1
Park the machine on a level surface. Raise the loader and lock the support strut to hold the loader.
STEP 2
Apply the parking brake.
STEP 3
Open the hood.
STEP 4
Loosen the clamp for the exhaust pipe at the muffler.
Remove the exhaust pipe from the muffler.
STEP 5
Remove the tie strap (1 ). Disconnect the electrical connectors (2) for the air restriction indicator. Loosen
the clamp (3) on the air cleaner hose. Disconnect the hose from the air cleaner.
STEP 6
Remove the cap screws and flat washers that fasten the cover to the uprights. Remove the cover and air cleaner as an assembly.
STEP 7
Remove the bolts, flat washers, and insulator curtain that covers the master cylinders.
NOTE: See the illustration on page 6 for the following steps.
STEP 8
Remove any dirt from the master cylinder (1) and the area around the master cylinder (1).

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Case 580K Loader Backhoe Workshop Repair & Service Manual


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EXCERPT:
7003-4
Inspection
1. Inspect the bores in the body (6) for scoring, pitting, or other damage. If the bores in the body (6) are damaged a new master cylinder must be used.
2. Check the tab in the spring seat (12). Push the tab down a small amount so that the tab will engage the end of the piston (8) to hold the check valve assembly in place. If the tab is broken, use a new master cylinder.
3. Inspect the flow valve (3), ball (5), check valve piston (8), piston (13), and the push rod (15) for scoring, pitting, or other damage. If the flow valve (3), ball (5), check valve piston (8), piston (13) or the push rod (15) are damaged a new master cylinder must be used.
Assembly
1. Install the check valve seal (7) on the check valve piston (8).
2. Install the spring (11) on the spring seat (1 0).
3. Install the check valve assembly in the spring (11). Engage the stem of the check valve piston (8) in the spring seat (12).
4. Install the check valve assembly on the piston (13). Push the check valve assembly onto the piston (13) until the tab in the spring seat (12) engages the end of the piston (13).
5. Install the seal (14) on the piston (13).
6. Lubricate the bore of the body (6) with clean hydraulic fluid.
7. Install the piston assembly into the bore of the body (6).
8. Push the piston assembly into the bore until the push rod (15) and washer (16) can be installed.
9. Install the push rod (15) and washer (16).
10. Install the snap ring (17).
11. Install the boot (18).
12. Install the lock nut and clevis on the push rod (15). Do not tighten the lock nut on the push rod at this time.
13. Install the ball (5) in the body (6).
14. Lubricate the flow valve seal (4) and the flow valve (3) with clean hydraulic oil. Install the flow valve (3) in the bore in the master cylinder. The flow valve (3) must be centered in the bore of the master cylinder.
15. Install a new gasket (2) on the flow valve adapter (1).
16. Carefully start the flow valve adapter (1) into the bore in the master cylinder by hand. If the flow valve adapter (1) cannot be turned into the master cylinder completely by hand remove the flow valve adapter (1) from the master cylinder and make sure that the flow valve (3) is in the center of the bore in the master cylinder.
17. Repeat step 16 until the flow valve adapter (1) can be turned completely into the master cylinder by hand.
18. Tighten the flow valve adapter (1) to 30 to 34 pound-feet (41 to 47 Nm).
19. See Section 7002 and install the master cylinder on the machine.
20. Depress the brake pedal to stroke the piston (13) in the master cylinder. Release the brake pedal and allow the piston to return. Adjust the push rod to piston clearance to .025 to .050 inch (0.6 to 1.3 mm). Turn the clevis clockwise to shorten or counterclockwise to lengthen.
Tighten the lock nut against the clevis. See the illustration below. 0.025 to 0.05 INCH (0.6 to 1.3 mm)

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Case 580D Loader Backhoe Workshop Repair & Service Manual


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EXCERPT:
5800 LOADER BACKHOE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION/SECTION SECTION NO.
1- GENERAL
Service Manual Introduction … 1001
Maintenance and Lubrication … 1002
General Engine Specifications- 207 Naturally Aspirated Engine … 10t0
Detailed Engine Specifications- 207 Naturally Aspirated Engine … 102-6
General Engine Specifications- 207 Turbocharged Engine … 1210
Detailed Engine Specifications – 207 Turbocharged Engines … 122e
2- ENGINES
Engine Diagnosis … 2001
Engine Tune-Up- 207 Naturally Aspirated Engine … 2002
Engine Stall Tests … 2003
Engine Removal and Installation … 2004
Engine Accessories (Air cleaners, muffler, exhaust pipe, radiator, turbocharger removal and installation, cold start system) … 2005
207 NATURALLY ASPIRATED ENGINE
Cylinder Head, Valve Train, and Camshaft … 2015
Crankshaft, Bearings, Flywheel, and Oil Seals … 2035
Oil Pump … 2045
Cooling System … 2055
Cylinder Block, Sleeves, Pistons, and Rods … 2125
Lubrication System (See Section 2555) 207 TURBOCHARGED ENGINE Engine-Tune-Up … 2202
Cylinder Head, Valve Train, and Camshaft … 2215
Cylinder Block, Sleeves, Pistons, and Rods … 2225
Crankshaft, Bearings, Flywheel, and Oil Seals … 2235
Oil Pump … 2245
Cooling System … 2255
Engine Lubrication … 2555
Turbocharger Failure Analysis … 2565
3 – FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel Filters … 30t0
Fuel Injection Pump … 301-2
Fuel Injectors … 301-3
Fuel Lines, Fuel Tank, and Engine Controls … 3052
4 – ELECTRICAL
Electrical System Troubleshooting … 4002
Wiring Diagrams … 4003
Batteries … 4005
Starter … 4006
Alternator … 4007
Instrument Cluster and Instrument Panel … 4009
5- STEERING
Steering System Troubleshooting … 5002
Power Steering Pump … 5005
Steering Control Valve and Steering Column … 5007
Steering Cylinders … 5010
Front Axle- Two-Wheel Drive Machines … 5021
Front Axle- Four-Wheel Drive Machines … 5022
6- POWER TRAIN
Power Shuttle Troubleshooting … 6202
Power Shuttle and Torque Converter … 6210
Power Shuttle Controls … 6211
Transaxle Removal and Installation … 6212
Transaxle and Differential Lock- for Machines Equipped with Naturally Aspirated Engine … 6214
Transaxle and Differential Lock – For Machines
Equipped with Turbocharged Engine … 6215
Transfer Case … 6216
Drives haft … 6222
Wheels and Tires … 6229
7- BRAKES
Brake Pedals and Linkage, Master Cylinder, and Parking Brake … 7106
Self-Adjusting Differential Brakes- For Machines with Naturally Aspirated Engine … 7122
Self-Adjusting Differential Brakes- For Machines with Turbocharged Engine … 7123
8 – HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Hydraulic System Troubleshooting … 8002
Removing Contamination with the Case Portable Filter … 8003
Hydraulic Pump … 8005
Loader Control Valves … 8007
Steering Relief Valve, Unloading Valve,
and Quick Disconnect Couplings … 8008
Three Point Hitch Control Valves … 8009
Hydreco Loader Control Valve … 8010
Cylinders … 8090
Backhoe Control Valve … 8107
Stabilizer Control Valve … 8109
Boom Lock System … 8121
9- MOUNTED EQUIPMENT/CHASSIS
Air Conditioning Troubleshooting … 9002
Air Conditioning System … 9003
Loader … 9010
Three Point Hitch … 9033
Cab and Canopy … 9061
Operators Seats, Seat Belts, and Supports … 9064
35 Backhoe … 91 00
Decals and Painting … 9201
Noise Control … 9203

INLET/OUTLET SECTION
Disassembly
1. Put the inlet/outlet section in the vise with soft jaws.
Figure 44
2. Loosen and remove the relief valve from the inlet/outlet section.
1. Relief Valve
Figure 45
3. See Figure 47. Disassemble the relief valve. Remove and discard the seal from the plunger.
Remove and discard the 0-rings and backup ring from the body.
Assembly
1. Inspect the parts of the inlet/outlet section according to the instructions on page 8009-48.
2. Install new 0-rings and backup ring on the body of the relief valve, Figure 47.
3. Install a new seal on the plunger, Figure 47.
4. Assemble the parts of the relief valve.
5. Install the relief valve in the housing of the inlet/outlet section.
Figure 46
Figure 47- Inlet/Outlet Section
LIFT SECTION
Disassembly
1. Put the lift section in the vise with soft jaws.
Figure 48
2. Loosen and remove the screws that fasten the spring cap to the housing.
1. Screws
Figure 49
3. Remove the spring cap.
1. Spring Cap
Figure 50

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Case 580C Loader Backhoe Workshop Repair & Service Manual


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EXCERPT:
580C LOADER BACKHOE TABLE OF CONTENTS
AND SERVICE MANUAL INTRODUCTION
SERIES/SECTION SECTION NO.
10 GENERAL
General Engine Specification
207 Diesel Engine … 1010
Detailed Engine Specifications
207 Diesel Engine … 1026
Maintenance and Lubrication … 1050
Torque Charts … 1051
Noise Control … 1052
20 ENGINES
Engine Diagnosis … 2001
Engine Tune Up … 2002
Cylinder Head, Valve Train and Camshaft … 2015
Crankshaft, Bearings, Flywheel and Oil Seals … 2035
Oil Pump … 2045
Stall Checks, Engine Removal and Installation,
and Radiator … 2050
Air Cleaner and Spark Arresting Muffler … 2051
Ether Injection … 2053
Cooling System … 2055
Cylinder Block, Sleeves, Pistons and Rods … 2125
Engine Lubrication … 2555
30 FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel Filters … 3010
Fuel Injection Pump … 3012
Fuel Injectors … 3013
Engine Controls. Fuel Lines and Fuel Tank … 3052
40 HYDRAULICS
Hydraulic Diagrams, Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Pressure Checks … 4002
Hydraulic Pump … 4005
Loader Control Valve … 4007
Three-Point Hitch Control Valve … 4034
Loader, Backhoe and Three-Point Hitch Cylinders … 4090
Backhoe Control Valve … 4107
Stabilizer Control Valve … 4109
Boom Lock System … 4121
50 STEERING
Hydraulic Diagram, Troubleshooting and
Pressure Check … 5002
Steering Pump … 5005
Steering Control Valve … 5007
Steering Cylinders … 5010
Front Axle … 5021
60 POWER TRAIN
Power Shuttle Operation, Oil Flow Diagrams,
Troubleshooting and Maintenance … 6202
Power Shuttle and Torque Converter … 6210
Shuttle Controls (Power and Mechanical) … 6211
Transaxle Removal and Installation … 6212
Transaxle and Differential Lock … 6214
Drive Shaft … 6222
Wheels and Tires … 6229
Clutch and Pressure Plate … 6406
Two Speed Mechanical Shuttle … 6410
70 BRAKES
Brakes (Pedals to Transaxle) … 7106
Self Adjusting Differential Brakes … 7122
80 ELECTRICAL
Troubleshooting … 8002
Wiring Diagrams … 8003
Instrument Panel and Instrument Cluster … 8004
Battery … 8005
Starter and Starter Solenoid … 8006
Nippon denso Starter … 8006A
Alternator … 8007
Electrical Accessories … 8015
90 MOUNTED EQUIPMENT
Loader … 9010
Three-Point Hitch … 9033
ROPS Cab and Canopy … 9061
Backhoe … 9100

OPERATION
Main Relief Valve
The main relief valve is located at the inlet of the control valve. The valve poppet
protrudes into the open center passage as illustrated in Figure 2.
The main relief valve is pilot operated. This means a spear shaped pilot plunger controls the pressure at which the valve opens and permits a gradual opening of the relief valve. Note that a small hole is drilled through the poppet. This permits the same pressure to be maintained on both sides of the poppet during normal operation and helps control the gradual opening of the relief valve when pressure reaches the specified setting.
When a cylinder reaches the end of its travel or is held for any reason with the control valve spool in a power position, the main relief valve opens to protect the hydraulic system from damage. When the relief valve is open, oil is diverted to the reservoir.
1. When pressure in the open center passage reaches the pressure setting of the relief valve, the pilot plunger is forced off its seat.
2. Oil flows through the plunger seat faster than it can be supplied, creating a pressure differential (lower pressure) between the poppet and plunger.
3. The pressure in the open center passage then unseats the poppet and oil is diverted through the seat sleeve to the reservoir.
4. The relief valve will remain open until the cylinder moves or the control valve spool is returned to neutral.
Figure 3 – Main Relief Valve Operation

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Case Backhoe Loader 570T Factory Service & Shop Manual


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47576089 – Backhoe Loader 570T Service Manual.pdf

EXCERPT:
Contents
INTRODUCTION
Engine.. 10
[10.001] Engine and crankcase . . 10.1
[10.102] Pan and covers . . 10.2
[10.106] Valve drive and gears . . 10.3
[10.101] Cylinder heads . . 10.4
[10.105] Connecting rods and pistons. . 10.5
[10.103] Crankshaft and flywheel. . 10.6
[10.114] Pump drives . . 10.7
[10.216] Fuel tanks . . 10.8
[10.210] Lift pump and lines . . 10.9
[10.218] Fuel injection system. . 10.10
[10.220] Throttle linkage. . 10.11
[10.250] Turbocharger and lines. . 10.12
[10.254] Intake and exhaust manifolds and muffler . . 10.13
[10.400] Engine cooling system . . 10.14
[10.304] Engine lubrication system . . 10.15
[10.310] Aftercooler. . 10.16
Transmission.. 21
[21.100] Mechanical transmission lubrication system . . 21.1
[21.112] Power shuttle transmission. . 21.2
[21.134] Power shuttle transmission external controls . . 21.3
[21.154] Power shuttle transmission internal components . . 21.4
[21.700] Torque converter . . 21.5
Front axle system .. 25
[25.100] Powered front axle . . 25.1
[25.102] Front bevel gear set and differential . . 25.2
[25.108] Final drive hub, steering knuckles, and shafts . . 25.3
[25.400] Non-powered front axle . . 25.4
Rear axle system.. 27
[27.100] Powered rear axle. . 27.1
[27.106] Rear bevel gear set and differential . . 27.2
[27.124] Final drive hub, steering knuckles, and shafts . . 27.3
Brakes and controls .. 33
[33.202] Hydraulic service brakes . . 33.1
[33.110] Parking brake or parking lock . . 33.2
Hydraulic systems.. 35
[35.000] Hydraulic systems. . 35.1
[35.300] Reservoir, cooler, and filters. . 35.2
[35.104] Fixed displacement pump . . 35.3
[35.359] Main control valve . . 35.4
[35.724] Front loader hydraulic system control . . 35.5
[35.701] Front loader arm hydraulic system . . 35.6
[35.723] Front loader bucket hydraulic system . . 35.7
[35.726] Excavator and backhoe hydraulic controls. . 35.8
[35.736] Boom hydraulic system . . 35.9
[35.737] Dipper hydraulic system. . 35.10
[35.738] Excavator and backhoe bucket hydraulic system . . 35.11
[35.739] Swing arm hydraulic system . . 35.12
[35.AAA] Hydraulic systems generic sub-group . . 35.13
Frames and ballasting .. 39
[39.129] Stabilizers . . 39.1
Steering.. 41
[41.101] Steering control . . 41.1
[41.200] Hydraulic control components. . 41.2
[41.216] Cylinders . . 41.3
Wheels.. 44
[44.511] Front wheels. . 44.1
[44.520] Rear wheels . . 44.2
[44.AAA] Wheels generic sub-group . . 44.3
Cab climate control .. 50
[50.100] Heating . . 50.1
[50.200] Air conditioning. . 50.2
Electrical systems .. 55
[55.100] Harnesses and connectors. . 55.1
[55.201] Engine starting system . . 55.2
[55.301] Alternator. . 55.3
[55.518] Wiper and washer system. . 55.4
Front loader and bucket.. 82
[82.100] Arm. . 82.1
[82.300] Bucket . . 82.2
Booms, dippers, and buckets .. 84
[84.114] Boom pivoting support . . 84.1
[84.910] Boom . . 84.2
[84.912] Dipper arm . . 84.3
Platform, cab, bodywork, and decals .. 90
[90.150] Cab. . 90.1
[90.154] Cab doors and hatches . . 90.2
[90.156] Cab glazing . . 90.3
[90.100] Engine hood and panels . . 90.4
..
Frames and ballasting – Stabilizers
Stabilizers – Remove
PTIL13TLB1530FB 1
1. Park the machine on a flat surface.
2. Position the backhoe in fully stretched position.
3. Engage the stabilizers with the foot on the ground firmly.
4. Turn off the engine and remove the ignition key.
5. Disconnect the battery. Refer to Basic instructions ().
6. Release hydraulic pressure from the lines and hoses of the stabilizers by operating backhoe levers.
7. Remove stabilizer hydraulic connectors and plug them immediately.
8. Remove the bolt (1), washer (2), hexagonal nut (3) and mounting plate (4) from the top of the stabilizer to remove the light reflectors (5) on both sides.
9. Remove the upper plastic cover (6).
..