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Case WX145, WX165, WX185 Wheel Excavators Factory Service & Shop Manual


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9-91211_FR – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 PELLE HYDRAULIQUE Manuel de réparations.pdf
9-91221_EN – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR Service manual.pdf
9-91231_DE – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 HYDRAULIKBAGGER Reparatur Handbuch.pdf
9-91241_ES – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 ESCAVADORA HIDRAULICA Manual de reparación.pdf
9-91251_IT – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 ESCAVATORE IDRAULICO Manuale per le riparazioni.pdf
84285662 – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 Wheel Excavators Stage IIIA Operator’s Manual.pdf
87677462A – Case WX145, WX165, WX185 Wheel Excavators Repair Manual.pdf

Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Case WX145, WX165, WX185 Wheel Excavators. It’s the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

This Case WX145, WX165, WX185 Wheel Excavators service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

EXCERPT:
INDEX
SECTION 01 – SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS….. 2
2. USE INSTRUCTION….. 11
SECTION 02 – CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
1. SWITCHES AND PUSH-BUTTONS….. 1
2. CONTROLS AND PEDALS … 7
3. MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY …. 10
SECTION 03 – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. MAIN COMPONENTS…. 1
2. DIMENSIONS – OPERATING WEIGHTS… 3
3. DIGGING PERFORMANCE … 11
4. LIFTING CAPACITIES….. 25
4.1 WX 165 MODELS…. 34
4.2 WX 185 MODELS…. 46
5. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ….. 54
6. ROTATION …. 56
7. TRAVEL… 57
8. TYRES….. 58
9. BRAKES ….. 58
10. STEERING …. 58
11. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM… 58
12. BUCKETS… 59
13. TIGHTENING TORQUES… 60
14. CENTRALIZED LUBRICATION PUMP (OPTIONAL)…. 60
15. FUEL SYSTEM…. 60
16. ENGINE… 61
17. SUPPLY SUMMARIZING CHART… 62
SECTION 04 – UPPER STRUCTURE
1. MAIN COMPONENTS…. 1
2. SLEWING BEARING … 2
3. ROTATION GEARMOTOR… 7
3.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY … 12
3.2 SPECIAL TOOLS ….. 34
4. MULTI-COOLER….. 35
4.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS … 36
5. HYDRAULIC PUMPS …. 39
6. MUFFLER… 40
7. HYDRAULIC OIL TANK… 41
8. AIR FILTER … 47
9. COUNTERWEIGHT… 47
10. FUEL SYSTEM …. 48
11. CAB AND OPERATOR’S SEAT … 55
12. CENTRALIZED LUBRICATION PUMP….. 66
SECTION 05 – UNDERCARRIAGE
1. UNDERCARRIAGE COMPONENTS…. 1
2. REAR RIGID AXLE… 2
2.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS… 3
2.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY… 6
2.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY… 8
2.4 TROUBLESHOOTING… 87
2.5 SPECIAL TOOLS….. 89
3. TRAVEL MOTOR…. 90
3.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS…. 90
3.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY…. 91
3.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY…. 92
4. CARDAN SHAFT ….. 103
4.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 104
5. FRONT STEERING AXLE …. 106
5.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS….. 107
5.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 110
5.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 112
5.4 TROUBLESHOOTING…. 185
5.5 SPECIAL TOOLS… 187
6. WHEELS AND TYRES … 188
7. BLADE … 192
7.1 BLADE CYLINDER… 194
8. AXLE FLOATING LOCKING CYLINDERS … 202
8.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS….. 203
8.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 204
8.3 AIR BLEEDING… 205
8.4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 206
8.5 TROUBLESHOOTING…. 208
9. STABILIZERS …. 209
9.1 STABILIZER CYLINDERS….. 212
9.2 TROUBLESHOOTING…. 221
10. LEFT LADDER… 223
11. RIGHT LADDER AND TOOL STORAGE BOX… 224
12. ROTARY CONTROL VALVE AND ELECTRIC ROTOR…. 225
12.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS….. 225
12.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 226
12.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY….. 227
12.4 ELECTRIC ROTOR … 229
SECTION 06 – FRONT ATTACHMENT
1. TYPES OF FRONT ATTACHMENT….. 2
2. HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS…. 4
2.1 BOOM CYLINDER….. 5
2.2 SPECIAL TOOLS ….. 50
3. BUCKETS… 51
4. QUICK COUPLER ….. 55
5. CLAMSHELL BUCKET…. 59
SECTION 07 – STEERING SYSTEM
1. OPERATION…. 1
2. POWER STEERING…. 3
2.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ….. 5
3. PRIORITY VALVE ….. 23
4. TROUBLESHOOTING….. 24
SECTION 08 – BRAKE SYSTEM
1. OPERATION…. 1
2. SERVICE BRAKE….. 4
3. PARKING BRAKE …. 7
4. PEDAL BRAKE VALVE … 8
5. ACCUMULATORS…. 9
6. TROUBLESHOOTING….. 11
SECTION 09 – HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
1. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM …. 1
2. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS….. 5
2.1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS – UPPER STRUCTURE … 5
2.2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS – UNDERCARRIAGE ….. 31
2.3 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS BLADE AND/OR STABILIZERS … 35
3. HYDRAULIC PUMPS …. 39
4. UPPER STRUCTURE CONTROL VALVE ….. 56
5. UNDERCARRIAGE CONTROL VALVE … 66
6. PILOT CONTROL ASSY ….. 68
7. ROTATION SYSTEM …. 77
8. TRAVEL… 81
9. STABILIZATION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM….. 92
10. BOOM HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ….. 98
11. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM … 105
12. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF DIPPER…. 111
13. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF PLACING BOOM….. 115
14. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM WITH COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS
(BOOM, PLACING BOOM, DIPPER AND BUCKET) ….. 122
15. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER (WITH PLACING BOOM) ….. 124
16. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER AND SHEARS (WITH PLACING BOOM)….. 127
17. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF SHEARS (WITH PLACING BOOM) … 132
18. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER (WITH MONOBOOM)….. 135
19. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER AND SHEARS (WITH MONOBOOM) …. 138
20. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF SHEARS (WITH MONOBOOM)… 143
21. TROUBLESHOOTING… 146
SECTION 10 – ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1. ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS…. 1
2. FUSES ….. 43
3. BATTERIES… 46
4. BULBS ….. 50
5. TROUBLESHOOTING….. 55
SECTION 11 – ELECTRONICS
1. MAIN COMPONENTS …. 1
1.1 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY DIAGRAM….. 3
2. COMPONENTS OF LINE 1 … 5
3. COMPONENTS OF LINE 2 … 9
3.1 TRAVEL PEDAL …. 15
3.2 ATTACHMENT PEDAL (PLACING BOOM AND HAMMER)… 16
3.3 ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC SYSTEM … 17
3.4 POWER CONTROL SYSTEM…. 18
4. ENGINE SPEED ACTUATOR … 25
5. COOLANT TEMPERATURE DETECTION….. 26
6. CHARGE AIR TEMPERATURE DETECTION… 27
7. HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE DETECTION…. 28
8. PROPORTIONAL VALVE – FAN MOTOR… 29
9. PROPORTIONAL VALVES – CONTROL BLOCK…. 30
SECTION 12 – CALIBRATION
1. NECESSARY OPERATIONS BEFORE CALIBRATION….. 1
2. DISPLAY: CALIBRATION MENU … 3
3. CALIBRATIONS WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING… 4
3.1 VDO CALIBRATION … 6
3.2 POWER CALIBRATION … 8
3.3 MAIN VALVE CALIBRATION (CONTROL VALVE)….. 10
3.4 TRAVEL CALIBRATION…. 13
3.5 PUMP DELIVERY CALIBRATION…. 15
3.6 ROTATION PUMP CALIBRATION… 18
3.7 AUXILIARY PRESSURE CALIBRATION ….. 20
4. CALIBRATIONS WITH THE ENGINE STOPPED … 22
4.1 CALIBRATIONS, ALL SOLENOID VALVES, MAIN PUMP, ROTATION PUMP,
AUXILIARY PRESSURE … 24
4.2 MAIN VALVE CALIBRATION (CONTROL VALVE)….. 26

SECTION 05 – UNDERCARRIAGE
Disassembly
Before draining the oil, place the wheel hub with the plug (1) in the highest position and unscrew it of a few turns in order to relieve a possible internal pressure, then completely remove it. Rotate the hub until the hole reaches the lowest position.
Drain the oil completely.
Remove the screws (2) from the planet carrier cover.
By means of levers inserted in the provided slots, remove the planet carrier cover (3).
Remove the planet carrier cover (3) and the O-ring (6).

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Case WX95, WX125 Excavator Workshop Repair & Service Manual


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9-91370_EN – EXCAVATOR WX95, WX125 SERVICE MANUAL.pdf
9-91360_FR – PELLE WX95, WX125 MANUEL DE SERVICE.pdf
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9-91380_DE – BAGGER WX95, WX125 WERKSTATTHANDBUCH.pdf
9-93260_IT – ESCAVATORE WX95, WX125 MANUALE ISTRUZIONI PER LE RIPARAZIONI.pdf

Complete digital official shop manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the Case WX95, WX125 Excavator. Diagnostic and repair procedures are covered in great detail to repair, maintain, rebuild, refurbish or restore your Case WX95, WX125 Excavator like a professional mechanic in local service/repair workshop. This cost-effective quality manual is 100% complete and intact as should be without any missing pages. It is the same factory shop manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional to save your precious time.

This manual for Case WX95, WX125 Excavator is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system and, in addition to the standard service procedures, includes disassembling, inspecting, and assembling instructions. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. It is in the cross-platform PDF document format so that it works like a charm on all kinds of devices. You do not need to be skilled with a computer to use the manual.

EXCERPT:
AXLES
OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLE
STEERING AXLES: FRONT AND REAR
The steering effect is obtained with an hydraulic cylinder acting on the two articulation boxes (right and left) directing them according to the flywheel rotation
sense.
The swinging effect is obtained by two supports complete of bushings, mounted on the central housing of the axle in turn secured to the lower frame of the machine.
The axles consist mainly of:
• Axle body
• Steering control cylinder
• Lateral reduction units
• Differential and pinion (in the axle body)
• Braking unit (in the axle body)
Those components are contained both in the front and back axle. Namely the only difference between both axles is that the rear axle carries:
• The outer negative hydraulic brake.
STEERING FRONT AXLE

BRAKING UNIT
The braking action is hydraulically actuated in both axles through wet discs.
The service brake circuit is actuated by the action exercised on the brake valve. The latter sends pressurised hydraulic oil (70 bar) to the piston of the front and rear axle. These pistons, after overcoming the reaction of the springs, keeping the drive plate in rest condition, ensure that the discs are pressed one against the other, thus providing the braking action.
The service brake circuit can be applied, while the machine is standing, by pressing a switch located on the steering column, that controls electrically, the brake valve; the braking action occurs, under these conditions, in a non modulated manner and allows an optimised stability during digging operations. The application of the work brake is signalled by an indicator located in correspondence with the actuating switch.
STEERING CASE AND LATERAL REDUCTION UNIT
The final drive is of a planetary type and its function is to reduce in an appropriate manner, the r.p.m. of the drive wheels with respect to the r.p.m. output of the
differential.
The reduction unit is composed of a toothed hub, three planetary gears and a solar gear splined on the end of the axle shaft.
The reduction unit is fitted in the cover on its turn fitted on the wheel hub.
This hub is located in the steering case, which thanks to the articulations (and to the steering cylinder movement) enables the wheels steering.

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Case W14/W14H/W14FL Articulated Loaders Workshop Repair & Service Manual


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MODEL: W14, W14H, and W14FL Articulated Loaders

W14 (Prior 9119672) Service Manual; 813 pages
W14 (After 9119672) Service Manual; 1,639 pages
9-3212: W14 (SN: 9119395-9119672) Operator’s Manual; 104 pages
9-4195: W14 (SN: Prior to 9119395) Operator’s Manual; 104 pages
9-3324: W14 (SN: W14 (9119672 & After) Operator’s Manual; 150 pages

Complete digital official shop manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the Case W14/W14H/W14FL Articulated Loaders. Diagnostic and repair procedures are covered in great detail to repair, maintain, rebuild, refurbish or restore your Case W14/W14H/W14FL Articulated Loaders like a professional mechanic in local service/repair workshop. This cost-effective quality manual is 100% complete and intact as should be without any missing pages. It is the same factory shop manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional to save your precious time.

This manual for Case W14/W14H/W14FL Articulated Loaders is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system and, in addition to the standard service procedures, includes disassembling, inspecting, and assembling instructions. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. It is in the cross-platform PDF document format so that it works like a charm on all kinds of devices. You do not need to be skilled with a computer to use the manual.

EXCERPT:
Test No.5- Voltage Loss in the Negative Battery Cable
1. Do Test No.1.
2. Select the volt range of 0 to 3 volte.
3. Connect the black voltmeter lead to the negative post of the left battery.
4. Connect the red voltmeter lead to a good engine ground.
5. Push in and hold the remote starter switch.
Read the voltmeter. Release the remote starter switch.
a. If the voltmeter indication was .4 or less, the negative battery cable is good.
b. If the voltmeter indication was more than .4 volt, replace the negative battery cable.
TROUBLESHOOTING THE AUTOMATIC AUXILIARY STEERING
Your machine can have one of two designs of the electronic circuits which control the automatic auxiliary steering. Look at the relay assembly below the instrument panel on the left side of the machine. Early machines have two large capacitors, component G on page 4002-21. Late machines have one large capacitor and one large resistor, components G and M on page 4002-30.
Early Machines
Auxiliary Steering Motor
Does Not Run
See illustration on page 4002-27.
1. Start and run the engine at 1500 rpm (r/min) for one minute.
2. Stop the engine while you keep the key switch in the Run position.
3. Use a voltmeter or a 24 volt test lamp to check for electrical system voltage at point 0.
a. If there was electrical system voltage at point 0, go to step 4.
b. If there was no voltage at point 0, the cable between the starter and the auxiliary steering motor is damaged. Check the connections and replace the cable if necessary.
4. Check for electrical system voltage at point P.
a. If there was no voltage at point P, go to step 5.
b. If there was voltage at point P, the magnetic switch on the auxiliary steering motor or the auxiliary steering motor is damaged. See section 5025 to check the magnetic switch and the auxiliary steering motor.
5. There is a black wire connected to the flow switch (C). Disconnect this black wire from the bullet connector (Q). Check for voltage at the bullet connector (Q).
a. If there was voltage at the bullet connector, go to step 7.
b. If there was no voltage at the bullet connector, go to step 6.
6. Check the 5 ampere circuit breaker on the instrument panel. If you can see the red band on the button for the circuit breaker, push the button. Release the button. If you can see the red band on the button again, there is a short circuit in the electrical circuit for the auxiliary steering. Check the following items.
a. Insulation on the wires in the circuit.
b. Check the wires for the capacitors (G). Make sure that the wires for the capacitors are not in contact with the sockets for the relays or in contact with the relay bracket.
c. The 5 ampere circuit breaker is damaged. Replace the 5 ampere circuit breaker.
d. If you have not found the problem, replace the capacitors (G) and the resistor (1).
7. Connect the black wire to the bullet connector. Disconnect the red wire for the flow switch from the red-white wire at the bullet connector. Check for voltage at the red wire.
a. If there was voltage at the red wire, go to step 8.
b. If there was no voltage at the red wire, the flow switch is damaged. Replace the flow
switch.
8. Check for voltage at point R.
a. If there was voltage at point R, go to step 9.
b. If there was no voltage at point R, the relay is bad. Replace the relay.
9. Check for voltage at pointS.
a. If there was voltage at pointS, go to step 10.
b. If there was no voltage at pointS, the resistor (H) is bad. Replace the resistor.
10. Check for voltage at point T.
a. If there was voltage at point T, go to step 11.
b. If there was no voltage at point T, the relay is bad. Replace the relay.
11. Check the white-black wire between the socket and the magnetic switch on the auxiliary steering motor. If there is voltage at point T and the auxiliary steering motor still will not run, the white-black wire is damaged and must be replaced.

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Case TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO Factory Service & Shop Manual


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9_93200 – NOTICE DE RÉPARATION CHARIOTS ELEVATEURS TELESCOPIQUES TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO (FR).pdf
9_93210 – WORKSHOP MANUAL TELEHANDLERS TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO (EN).pdf
9_93220 – WERKSTATTHANDBUCH TELESKOP-LADER TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO (DE).pdf
9_93230 – MANUAL DE ISTRUCCIONES PARA LAS REPARACIONES TELEMANIPULADORES TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO (ES).pdf
9_93250 – MANUALE DELLE ISTRUZIONI PER LE RIPARAZIONI MOVIMENTATORI TELESCOPICI TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO (IT).pdf

Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Case TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO. It’s the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

Case TX130-30, TX130-30 TURBO, TX130-33, TX130-33 TURBO service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

EXCERPT:
nput shaft and directional clutches
The turbine shaft, driven by the turbine, transmits power to forward gear, at 4 th speed or at reverse speed.
These clutches consist of a drum with internal splines and a bore to receive a hydraulically actuated piston. The piston is kept oil tight by the use of sealing
rings. The steel discs with external splines, and friction discs with internal splines, are alternated until the required total is achieved.
A back-up plate is then inserted and secured with a retainer ring. A hub with outer diameter splines is inserted into the splines of discs with teeth on the
inner diameter. The discs and hub are free to increase in speed or rotate in the opposite direction as long as no pressure is present in that specific clutch.
To engage the clutch, the solenoid will direct oil under pressure through tubes and passages to the selected clutch shafts.
Oil sealing rings are located on the clutch shafts.
These rings direct the oil through a drilled passage in the shaft to the desired clutch.
Pressure of the oil forces the piston and discs against the back-up plate. The discs with splines on the outer diameter clamping against discs with teeth on the inner diameter enables the drum and hub to be locked together and allows them to drive as one unit.
When the clutch is released, a return spring will push the piston back and oil will drain back via the solenoid, the bleed valve or holes in the clutch piston into
the transmission sump.
These bleed valves will only allow quick escape of oil when the pressure to the piston is released.
The transmission is equipped with a reverse gear and two forward gears (forward and 4 th gear): These speeds combined with a 3–speed clutch, produces a type of transmission with 4-forward gears and 3-reverse gears at different speeds.
The engagement of the directional clutches (forward and reverse) are modulated. This means that clutch pressure is built up gradually. This will enable the unit to make forward, reverse shifts while the vehicle is still moving and will allow smooth engagement of drive. The modulation is done hydraulically.

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CNH/Case Tractors TVT135, TVT145, TVT155, TVT170, TVT190, TVT195 Factory Service & Shop Manual


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6035448106 – CNH/Case Tractors TVT135, TVT145, TVT155, TVT170, TVT190, TVT195 Service Manual.pdf

Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for CNH/Case Tractors TVT135, TVT145, TVT155, TVT170, TVT190, TVT195. It’s the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

CNH/Case Tractors TVT135, TVT145, TVT155, TVT170, TVT190, TVT195 service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

EXCERPT:
CONSTRUCTION
General
The 620 series CNH diesel engines are water-cooled, four stroke, in-line engines with direct injection. All models are equipped with wet, replaceable cylinder liners, an exhaust turbocharger and charge-air cooling (air/air). As the engines are equipped with an electronic diesel control system in conjunction with an electronic engine control system (CAN network including solenoid valve-controlled distributor injection pump VP30), all models comply with the exhaust-gas regulations in accordance with Tier 2.
Cylinder block
The rib-reinforced cylinder block forms the main engine unit, onto which other engine components are mounted.
The wet, replaceable cylinder liners are supported in the middle, thus reducing vibration and the coolant flow is mainly directed to the upper section of the cylinder liners.
The bottom part of the cylinder liner and the cylinder block are sealed by three O-rings, which are inserted in the grooves in the cylinder liner. The upper part is
sealed by the cylinder head gasket.
The camshaft is located in the cylinder block.
All camshaft bearings are equipped with replaceable cylinder liners.
Guide bearings are fitted on both sides of the rear crankshaft bearings (crankshaft – axial bearings).
Flywheel casing