Caterpillar D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Factory Service & Shop Manual


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Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Caterpillar D350E Series II & D400E Series II. It’s the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

This Caterpillar D350E Series II & D400E Series II 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.

MANUAL LIST:
RENR1507 – Systems Operation (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Power Train)
RENR1507 – Testing & Adjusting (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Power Train)
RENR1511 – Disassembly & Assembly (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Power Train)
RENR3400 – Testing & Adjusting (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Steering, Suspension, & Body Hoist Hydraulic Systems)
RENR3402 – Disassembly & Assembly (D400E Series II Articulated Truck)
RENR3412 – Troubleshooting (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Braking, Steering, Suspension, & Body Hoist Hydraulic Systems)
RENR3438 – Systems Operation (D400E Series II Ejector Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR3439 – Testing & Adjusting (D400E Series II Ejector Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR3440 – Specifications (D400E Series II Ejector Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR3441 – Schematic (D400E Series II Ejector Truck Hydraulic System)
RENR3461 – Disassembly & Assembly (D400E Series II Ejector Truck (Ejector Cylinder) Machine Systems)
RENR5101 – Systems Operation (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR5102 – Specifications (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR5103 – Testing & Adjusting (D400E Series II Articulated Truck Steering, Suspension, & Ejector Body Hydraulic Systems)
RENR5112 – Supplement (D400E II Ejector Truck Electrical System)
SENR9136 – Disassembly & Assembly (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks 3406E Engine Supplement)
SENR9137 – Specifications (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Power Train)
SENR9139 – Disassembly & Assembly (D350E Series II Articulated Truck Power Train)
SENR9140 – Specifications (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Steering, Suspension, & Body Hoist Hydraulic Systems)
SENR9141 – Systems Operation (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Steering, Suspension, & Body Hoist Hydraulic Systems)
SENR9142 – Schematic (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Hydraulic Schematic)
SENR9143 – Specifications (D350E Series II & D400E Series II Articulated Trucks Braking)
SENR9144 – Systems Operation (D350E Series II, D400E Series II & D400E Series II Ejector Articulated Trucks Braking System)
SENR9144 – Testing & Adjusting (D350E Series II, D400E Series II & D400E Series II Ejector Articulated Trucks Braking System)
SENR9145 – Disassembly & Assembly (D350E Series II Articulated Truck)
SENR9146 – Schematic (D350E & D400E Series II Articulated Truck Electrical System)
SENR9138 – Systems Operation (D350E Series II Articulated Trucks Power Train).pdf
SENR9138 – Testing & Adjusting (D350E Series II Articulated Trucks Power Train).pdf

EXCERPT:
1. Park the machine on a hard, level surface. Engage the parking brake. Chock the wheels in order to prevent the machine from moving. Install blocks between the front axle and the frame. This will prevent the truck from shifting if a wrong hose is removed or a hose is damaged.
2. Raise the truck body and install the truck body prop under the truck body. Turn the electrical disconnect switch to the OFF position.
3. Put identification marks on all lines, hoses, wires, and tubes for installation purposes. Plug all lines, hoses and tubes. This helps prevent fluid loss and contamination of the oil system.
4. Drain the transmission. the capacity of the transmission is 55 L (14.8 US gal).