John Deere 135D Excavator Operator’s Manual (OMT239673)


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John Deere 135D Excavator Operator’s Manual (OMT239673) (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.

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EXCERPT:
Table of Contents (exploded views)
Forward . . . . . .7
1-1 Safety – Safety and Operator Conveniences . . . . . . 8
Safety and Operator Convenience Features . . . . 8
1-2 Safety – General Information. . . . .9
Wear Protective Equipment . . . . . .9
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications . . . . .10
Add Cab Guarding for Special Uses . . . .11
Inspect Machine . . . . 12
Stay Clear of Moving Parts . . . .13
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids . . . . . .14
Avoid High-Pressure Oils . . . . .15
Work In Ventilated Area . . . . .16
Prevent Fires . . . . . .17
Prevent Battery Explosions . . . . . 18
Handle Chemical Products Safely . . . . .19
Dispose of Waste Properly . . . . . .20
Prepare for Emergencies . . . . 21
Clean Debris from Machine . . . . . 22
Recognize Safety Information . . . . 23
Follow Safety Instructions. . . . 24
Operate Only If Qualified . . . . 25
1-3 Safety – Operating Precautions . . . . .26
Avoid Backover Accidents . . . . . .26
Avoid Machine Tip Over . . . . 27
Use Special Care When Lifting Objects . . . .28
Add and Operate Attachments Safely . . . . . 29
Prevent Unintended Detonation of Explosive Devices. . . . 30
Use Steps and Handholds Correctly . . . . . .31
Start Only From Operator’s Seat . . . . . 32
Use and Maintain Seat Belt. . . . . . 33
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement . . . . . .34
Avoid Work Site Hazards . . . . 35
Keep Riders Off Machine . . . . 36
1-4 Safety – Maintenance Precautions . . . . . .37
Drive Metal Pins Safely . . . . .37
Park and Prepare for Service Safely . . . . . .38
Service Cooling System Safely . . . . . . 39
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating . . . . . .40
Make Welding Repairs Safely . . . . 41
1-5 Safety – Safety Signs . . . . . .42
Safety Signs . . . .42
Safety Signs Installed in Cab—Hydraulic Coupler—If Equipped . . . . . . 43
Safety Signs Installed on Hydraulic Coupler—If Equipped . . . .44
Replace Safety Signs . . . .46
2-1 Operation – Operator’s Station. . . . . .47
Front Switch Panel Functions . . . . 47
Rear Switch Panel . . . . .49
Horn . . . . . .50
Pilot Shutoff Lever . . . . . .51
Travel Alarm and Travel Alarm Cancel Switch . . . . . .52
Seat Heater Switch—If Equipped . . . . .53
Cab Heater and Air Conditioner . . . . . .54
Selecting Display Between Celsius and Fahrenheit . . . . 56
FM Radio . . . . .57
Secondary Exit Tool . . . .58
Opening Upper Front (Secondary Exit) Window . . . . .59
Removing and Storing the Lower Front Window . . . .61
Opening Cab Door Window . . . . . 62
Opening and Closing the Polycarbonate Type Roof Exit Cover . . . . . . 63
Adjusting the Mechanical Suspension Seat . . . . .64
Adjusting the Air Suspension Seat—If Equipped . . . .65
Adjusting Pilot Control Lever Console Height . . . . . . 66
Pedals, Levers, and Panels . . . . . .68
Front Switch Panel . . . . . 69
2-2 Operation – Monitor Operation . . . . . .70
Monitor Start-Up . . . . . . 70
Main Menu . . . .71
Time Set Menu . . . . 72
Selecting an Attachment From Default Screen . . . . . 74
Selecting an Attachment From Main Menu . . . . 76
Attachment Specification Screen . . . . . 78
Pump 2 Flow Rate Adjustment . . . .79
Displaying Operating Conditions . . . . . .80
Maintenance Settings . . . .82
Screen Display When Scheduled Maintenance is Due . . . . . 85
No Display . . . . 87
Language Settings . . . . .89
Alarm Occurrence Screen . . . . . . 91
Monitor . . . .95
Monitor Functions . . . . . .96
2-3 Operation – Operating the Machine . . . . . .98
Travel Pedals and Levers . . . . . . 98
Locking the Hydraulic Coupler to the Attachment . . . . . . 100
Unlocking the Hydraulic Coupler From the Attachment . . . . . .102
Control Lever Pattern Operation . . . . . .104
Mechanical Control Lever Pattern Selector—If Equipped . . . . . . 106
Control Lever Pattern Conversion . . . . 108
Operating Blade—If Equipped . . . . . .110
Operating In Water and Mud . . . .111
Driving Up a Steep or Slippery Slope . . . .112
Lifting . . . .113
Lower Boom With Engine Stopped . . . . . .114
Parking Machine . . . . . 116
Loading and Unloading for Transport . . . . .117
Long Arm Setup for Transport or Operation—If Equipped . . . . . . 119
Towing Machine . . . . . .120
Lifting the Machine . . . . 121
Before Starting Work . . . . . .123
Operator’s Daily Machine Check Before Starting . . . . . .124
Starting Engine . . . . 125
Cold Weather Warm-Up . . . .127
3-01 Maintenance – Machine . . . . . 129
Lubricity of Diesel Fuel . . . . 129
Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel . . . .130
BioDiesel Fuel . . . . 131
Testing Diesel Fuel . . . .133
Minimizing the Effect of Cold Weather on Diesel Engines . . . . . . 134
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants . . . . .136
Diesel Engine Oil — Tier 3 and Stage III . . . . . 137
Diesel Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals . . . . . 138
Hydraulic Oil . . . . .140
Swing Gear Case and Travel Gear Case Oils . . . . .142
Track Adjuster, Working Tool Pivot, Swing Bearing, and Swing Bearing Gear Grease . . . . . .144
Diesel Engine Coolant (engine with wet sleeve cylinder liners) . . . . . .145
Drain Intervals for Diesel Engine Coolant . . . . .147
John Deere COOL-GARD™ II Coolant Extender . . . . . .148
Supplemental Coolant Additives . . . . . 149
Operating in Warm Temperature Climates . . . .150
Additional Information About Diesel Engine Coolants and John Deere COOL-GARD™ II Coolant Ex1t5e1nder
Testing Diesel Engine Coolant. . . . . . 153
Diesel Fuel . . . .154
3-02 Maintenance – Periodic Maintenance . . . . .156
Open Engine Hood for Service . . . . . .156
Fuel Tank . . . . 157
Hydraulic Breaker and Crusher Attachments . . . . . 158
Fluid Analysis Program Test Kits and 3-Way Coolant Test Kit . . . . . .159
Periodic Maintenance Record Keeping System . . . .160
Service Machine at Specified Intervals . . . .163
Check the Hour Meter Regularly . . . . .164
Prepare Machine for Maintenance . . . . . . 165
Open Access Doors for Service . . . . .166
3-03 Maintenance – As Required . . . . . 167
Clean Air Cleaner Dust Unloader Valve . . . . . .167
Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level . . . . 168
Drain Fuel Tank Sump . . . . .169
3-04 Maintenance – Every 10 Hours or Daily . . . .170
Check Recovery Tank Coolant Level . . . . .170
Grease Hydraulic Coupler (If Equipped) . . . . . . 171
Check Hydraulic Tank Oil Level . . . . .172
Drain Water Separator . . . . .175
Check Engine Oil Level . . . .176
3-05 Maintenance – Initial Service – 50 Hours . . . . . .178
Inspect and Re-Torque Track Hardware . . . . . .178
3-06 Maintenance – Every 50 Hours . . . .179
Check and Adjust Track Sag . . . .179
3-08 Maintenance – Every 250 Hours . . . . . . 181
Grease Front End Pin Joints . . . . 181
Grease Working Tool Pivots . . . . 182
Check and Adjust Fan Belt Tension . . . . . .183
Check Travel Gear Case Oil Level . . . . . . 184
Check Battery Electrolyte Level and Terminals . . . . 185
Clean or Replace Primary Air Cleaner Element . . . .188
Inspect and Re-Torque Track Hardware . . . . . .190
Take Engine Oil Sample. . . . 192
Check Swing Gear Case Oil Level . . . . . . 193
Drain Hydraulic Tank Sump . . . . .194
3-09 Maintenance – Every 500 Hours . . . . . . 196
Check Cab Recirculating Air Filter . . . .196
Grease Swing Bearing . . . . .198
Take Fluid Samples . . . . . . 199
Grease Swing Bearing Gear . . . . 200
Replace Water Separator . . . . . .202
Replace Fuel Filter . . . . 204
Change Engine Oil and Replace Filter. . . . 206
Check Air Intake Hose . . . . .209
Clean Radiator Air Inlet Screen . . . . . 210
Check Cab Fresh Air Filter . . . . . 212
3-10 Maintenance – Every 1000 Hours. . . . . 215
Clean the Engine Crankcase Ventilation Tube . . . . .215
Adjust Engine Valve Clearance . . . . . 216
Replace Air Cleaner Elements and Dust Unloader Valve. . . . 217
Check Coolant . . . .220
Change Swing Gear Case Oil . . . . . . 221
Clean Fuel Tank Inlet Screen . . . . . .223
Replace Hydraulic Oil Tank Filter . . . .224
Replace Pilot Oil Filter . . . . .226
3-11 Maintenance – Every 2000 Hours. . . . . 228
Cooling System Fill and Deaeration Procedure . . . .228
Change Travel Gear Case Oil . . . . . . 229
Drain Cooling System . . . . . .230
Diesel Engine Coolant (engine with wet sleeve cylinder liners) . . . . . .234
3-12 Maintenance – Every 5000 Hours. . . . . 236
Change Hydraulic Tank Oil, Clean Suction Screen . . . . 236
4-1 Miscellaneous – Machine . . . . .240
Do Not Service Control Valves, Cylinders, Pumps, or Motors . . . .240
Precautions for Alternator and Regulator . . . . .241
Handling, Checking, and Servicing Batteries Carefully . . . . . 242
Using Booster Batteries—24-Volt System . . . . .245
Using Battery Charger . . . . . 246
Replacing Batteries . . . .248
Fluid Sampling Test Ports—If Equipped . . . . . . 249
Welding On Machine . . . . . .250
Clean the Machine Regularly . . . . 251
Adding 12-Volt Accessories . . . . .252
JDLink™ Machine Monitoring System (MMS)—If Equipped . . . . .253
Replacing Fuses. . . . . . 254
Replacing Bucket Tooth Tip—Heavy-Duty Bucket . . . . . 259
Replacing Bucket Teeth . . . .260
Replacing Bucket Teeth—TK Series . . . . .262
Removing Bucket . . . . . 263
Track Sag General Information . . . . . .264
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values . . . . . .265
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values . . . . 267
Bleed Fuel System – Electric Priming Pump . . . . . . 269
Bleed Fuel System – Manual Pump. . . . . . 270
Check and Adjust A _ C Belt . . . .273
Do Not Service or Adjust Injection Nozzles or High Pressure Fuel Pump . . . . . .274
4-2 Miscellaneous – Machine . . . . .275
Operational Checkout . . . . . .275
4-3 Miscellaneous – Troubleshooting . . . . . .308
Using Troubleshooting Charts . . . . . .308
Engine . . . . . . 309
Electrical System . . . . .312
Hydraulic System . . . . . 314
4-4 Miscellaneous – Storage . . . . . .316
Prepare Machine for Storage . . . . 316
Monthly Storage Procedure . . . . . 318
4-5 Miscellaneous – Machine Numbers . . . . .320
Record Swing Motor Serial Number . . . . . 320
Record Hydraulic Pump Serial Number . . . . . .321
Hydraulic Coupler Serial Number—If Equipped . . . .322
Keep Proof of Ownership . . . . . . 323
Keep Machines Secure . . . . .324
Record Product Identification Number (PIN) . . . . . .325
Record Engine Serial Number . . . . . .326
Record Travel Motor Serial Numbers . . . .327
4-6 Miscellaneous – Specifications . . . . .328
135D Engine Specifications . . . . .328
135D Drain and Refill Capacities . . . . 329
135D Machine Specifications . . . .330
135D Working Ranges. . . . . 332
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 2.52 m (8 ft 3 in.), 500 mm (20 in.) Rubber Pads . . . . . . 334
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 2.52 m (8 ft 3 in.), Shoe 600 mm (24 in.) . . . . . .337
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 2.52 m (8 ft 3 in.), Shoe 700 mm (28 in.) . . . . . .340
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 3.01 m (9 ft 11 in.), 500 mm (20 in.) Rubber Pads . . . . . .343
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 3.01 m (9 ft 11 in.), Shoe 600 mm (24 in.) . . . . . 346
Lift Capacity—135D, Arm 3.01 m (9 ft 11 in.), Shoe 700 mm (28 in.) . . . . . 349