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SERVICE MANUAL
9040L / 9040M / 9060L H / 9060L / 9080L H
9080L / 9090L GE / 9090L H / 9090L
Grape Harvester
Part number 84490331C
English
April 2014
Copyright © 2014 CNH Industrial France S.A.S. All Rights Reserved.
SERVICE
MANUAL
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Part number 84490331C
9040L - 9090L
9060L H - 9090L H
9040M
9090L GE
Grape Harvester
SERVICE MANUAL
9040L
9040M
9060L
9080L
9090L
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EN
Link Product / Engine
Product Market Product Engine
9040L Europe F4HE9484
9040L International Region F4HE9484
null [HAG00690K00002 - ] Europe F4HE9687
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9080L International Region F4HE9687
9080L Europe F4HE9687
9090L Europe F4HE9687
9090L International Region F4HE9687
9040M Europe F4HE9484
9040M International Region F4HE9484
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Contents
INTRODUCTION
Rear axle system........................................................................ 27
[27.100] Powered rear axle.................................................................. 27.1
Hydrostatic drive......................................................................... 29
[29.218] Pump and motor components...................................................... 29.1
[29.202] Hydrostatic transmission ........................................................... 29.2
Brakes and controls .................................................................... 33
[33.202] Hydraulic service brakes ........................................................... 33.1
Hydraulic systems....................................................................... 35
[35.000] Hydraulic systems.................................................................. 35.1
[35.300] Reservoir, cooler, and filters........................................................ 35.2
[35.610] Machine leveling control system ................................................... 35.3
[35.946] Frame positioning lifting............................................................ 35.4
[35.903] Shaking hydraulic system .......................................................... 35.5
[35.904] Cleaning hydraulic system ......................................................... 35.6
[35.952] Destemmer system ................................................................ 35.7
[35.930] Conveyor receiver system ......................................................... 35.8
[35.736] Boom hydraulic system ............................................................ 35.9
Frames and ballasting ................................................................. 39
[39.100] Frame .............................................................................. 39.1
Steering..................................................................................... 41
[41.101] Steering control .................................................................... 41.1
Electrical systems....................................................................... 55
[55.000] Electrical system ................................................................... 55.1
[55.100] Harnesses and connectors......................................................... 55.2
[55.425] Boom, dipper, and bucket control system.......................................... 55.3
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[55.924] Cab grape harvesting controls ..................................................... 55.4
[55.408] Warning indicators, alarms, and instruments ...................................... 55.5
[55.DTC] FAULT CODES.................................................................... 55.6
Grape harvester shaking ............................................................. 56
[56.301] Shaking control..................................................................... 56.1
[56.304] Connecting rods, front plates, and shakers ........................................ 56.2
[56.305] Adjustable width system ........................................................... 56.3
Cleaning.................................................................................... 74
[74.200] Upper extractors ................................................................... 74.1
[74.204] Lower extractors ................................................................... 74.2
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INTRODUCTION
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1
INTRODUCTION
Foreword
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
All repair and maintenance operations described in this manual must be carried out exclusively by the New Holland
Service network, strictly complying with the instructions provided and using specific tools as required.
Any operator who carries out the operations specified in this document without complying strictly with the instructions
provided shall be personally liable for the damages that may result.
The manufacturer and all organizations in its distribution chain, including, without limitation, national, regional, and
local dealers, do not accept any liability for damages resulting from a malfunction of parts and/or components not ap-
proved by the manufacturer and used for maintenance operations and/or repair of products manufactured or marketed
by the manufacturer. In no case is a warranty granted to the product manufactured or marketed by the manufacturer
in case of damage caused by improper operation of parts and/or components not approved by the manufacturer.
No reproduction, partial or complete, of the text or illustrations is permitted.
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INTRODUCTION
Foreword
Technical Information
This information in this manual has been structured using a unique coding environment. This is the way in which
technical information is created, stored and retrieved in the Technical Information Database. The location (on the
machine) has been coded using SAP coding to align locations with the warranty system.
The coding classifies all information in three ways.
The first category is the Location, the second category is the Information Type and the third category is the Product:
• LOCATION - is the component or function on the machine, that the piece of technical information is going to describe
e.g., Fuel tank.
• INFORMATION TYPE - is the piece of technical information that has been written for a particular component or
function on the machine e.g. Capacity would be a type of Technical Data that would describe the amount of fuel
held by the Fuel tank.
• PRODUCT - is the model that the piece of technical information is written for.
Every piece of technical information will have those 3 categories attached to it. You will be able to use any combination
of those categories to find the right piece of technical information you need to resolve that customers concern on his
machine.
That information could be:
• the description of how to remove the cylinder head
• a table of specifications for a hydraulic pump
• a fault code
• a troubleshooting table
• a special tool
How to Use this Manual
This manual is divided into Sections. Each Section is then divided into Chapters. Contents pages are included at the
beginning of the manual, then inside every Section and inside every Chapter. An alphabetical Index is included at the
end of a Chapter. Page number references are included for every piece of technical information listed in the Chapter
Contents or Chapter Index.
Each Chapter is divided into four Information types:
• Technical Data (specifications) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and, assemblies.
• Functional Data (how it works) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and assemblies.
• Diagnostic Data (fault codes, electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic
devices, components and assemblies.
• Service data (remove disassembly, assemble, install) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, com-
ponents and assemblies.
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INTRODUCTION
Basic instructions
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
SHIMMING
For each adjustment operation, select adjusting shims, individually measure using a micrometer, then add up the
recorded values. Do not rely on measuring the entire shimming set, which may be incorrect, and do not rely on the
rated value indicated on each shim.
ROTATING SHAFT SEALS
For correct rotating shaft seal installation, proceed as follows:
• Before assembly, allow the seal to soak for at least thirty minutes in the oil it will be sealing.
• Thoroughly clean the shaft, and check that the working surface on the shaft is undamaged.
• Fit the lip seal toward the fluid. If you are fitting a hydrodynamic lip seal, the grooves should be oriented so that the
fluid is directed toward the inner side of the seal (take the shaft direction of rotation into consideration).
• Coat the lip seal with a thin layer of lubricant (use oil rather than grease), then fill the gap between the lip seal and
the dust lip seal of the double-lip seals with grease.
• Insert the seal into its seat and press down using a flat punch. Do not tap the seal with a hammer or mallet.
• During assembly, make sure that the seal is fitted perpendicularly to its seat. Once this operation is completed,
check to make sure that the seal is in contact with the bearing stop, if required.
• To prevent damaging the lip seal on the shaft, fit an appropriate protective guard during installation.
"O" RINGS
Lubricate the "O" rings before fitting them into the seats. This prevents them from overturning and twisting, which
would make them ineffective.
SEALING COMPOUNDS
Apply one of the following sealing compounds to the mating surfaces marked with an X: Silmate RTV, Rhodorsil
CAF 1, or Loctite Plastic Gasket. Before applying the sealing compound, prepare the surfaces as follows:
• Remove any dirt using a metal brush.
• Thoroughly degrease the surfaces using one of the following cleaning agents: trichloroethylene, gasoline, or a
water and soda solution.
SPLIT PINS
When fitting split pins, make sure that the pin notch is positioned in the direction of the force required to stress the
pin. Spiral split pins do not require special positioning.
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INTRODUCTION
PROTECTING THE ELECTRONIC/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DURING CHARGING OR WELD-
ING
To avoid damaging the electronic/electrical systems, always follow the safety instructions below:
1. Never make or break any of the charging circuit connections, including the battery connections, when the engine
is running.
2. Never short any of the charging components to ground.
3. Always disconnect the ground cable from the battery before arc welding on the machine or any header attached
to the machine.
• Position the welder ground clamp as close to the welding area as possible.
• If welding in close proximity to a computer module, the module should be removed from the machine.
• Never allow welding cables to lay on, near, or across any electrical wiring or electronic component while welding
is in progress.
4. Always disconnect the negative cable from the battery when using a battery charger to carry out charging proce-
dures on the machine.
NOTICE: If welding has to be carried out on the machine or the header (if it is attached), disconnect the battery ground
cable from the machine battery. The electronic monitoring system and charging system will be damaged if this is not
done.
Remove the battery ground cable. Reconnect the cable when welding is completed.
WARNING
Battery acid causes severe burns. Batteries contain sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
Antidote - EXTERNAL: flush with water. INTERNAL: drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk
of magnesia, beaten egg or vegetables oil. Call physician immediately. EYES: flush with water for 15 minutes
and get prompt medical attention.
84-110
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SERVICE MANUAL
Rear axle system
9040L
9040M
9060L
9080L
9090L
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Rear axle system - Powered rear axle
Rear axle - Transform - Changing the rear track -
9040L INT --- WE
9060L INT --- WE
9080L INT --- WE
9090L INT --- WE
NOTE: To change the rear track of the machine by 160 mm (6.3 in), you must turn over the wheel arm fastening
bearings. The bearings are moved by 40 mm (1.6 in).
1. Remove the corresponding rear wheel. To do this:
• Apply the parking brake.
• Lift the machine using its standalone system.
• Place a cubed wooden block measuring A = 450 mm
(17.7 in) under the rear wheel arm pivot.
• Lower the machine using its standalone system until
the wheel is just off the ground.
• Shut down the engine.
• Remove the wheel.
2. Remove the pin (1) of the height stop telescopic tube
(2).
COIL11GRH020A0B 1
3. Place a mobile lifting device under the wheel arm (3).
4. Remove the 4 fixing screws (4) from the 2 fastening
bearings (5).
COIL11GRH021A0B 2
5. Mark the position of the spacer rings (6).
ATTENTION: When reassembling, you must put spacer rings of the same thickness under each bearing.
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6. Remove the spring retaining rings (7) and pull out the
bearings (5).
COIL11GRH022A0B 3
7. Fit the bearings (8) onto the wheel arms at the required
track width.
• Position A = wide track.
• Position B = narrow track.
8. Replace the spring retaining rings (7).
9. Replace the screws (4), inserting the corresponding
spacer rings. The tightening torque of the screws (4)
is 650 N·m (5753.0 lb in).
COIL11GRH023A0B 4
NOTE: The diagrams show the positions of the right-hand wheel arm. The bearings are always fitted in the same
holes located towards the outside of the machine. To change the track width, the bearings are simply turned over.
For information, the other holes are not used.
10. Replace the pin (1) of the height stop tube according
to the desired track width.
• Position A = wide track, the spacer (9) will be on the
outside of the chassis.
• Position B = narrow track, the spacer (9) will be on
the inside of the chassis.
COIL11GRH024A0B 5
11. Remove the mobile lifting device.
12. Replace the wheel. The tightening torque of the wheel
is 700 N·m (6195.5 lb in).
13. Start the engine and raise the machine using its hy-
draulic system. Remove the wooden wedge.
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Rear axle system - Powered rear axle
14. Adjust the side stops of the harvesting equipment.
• The diagram shows how the stop is fitted when the
machine track is in the wide position. The spacer
ring (10) is fitted inside the bracket.
• When the machine track is in the narrow position,
this spacer ring (10) must be fitted on the outside
of the bracket. The 2 spacer rings are both on the
outside of the bracket.
COIL11GRH025A0B 6
NOTE: The swinging of the harvesting machine will therefore be reduced.
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Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components
Pump - Remove - Forward control pump-
NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy-
draulic oil.
1. Remove the shaker control pump. (see instructions)
Hydraulic systems - Remove - Shaker control pump
- (35.000).
2. Remove the cleaning control pump. (see instructions)
Hydraulic systems - Remove - Cleaning control
pump - (35.000).
3. Unscrew the four screws (2) from the inside of the ma-
chine to remove the connection block (3). This block
will remain at the end of the hoses.
NOTE: Recover the O-rings located between the block (3)
and the HP block (5).
4. Disconnect all the hoses (4) from the HP block (5).
5. Disconnect all the electrical cables (6) from the HP
block (5).
6. Take out the HP block (5) by removing the four fixing
screws.
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 45 kg
(99.2 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
COIL10GRH444A0B 1
7. Disconnect all the hoses (7) from the pump (1).
8. Disconnect the two electrical cables (8) from the servo-
control unit.
9. Remove the four screws (9) and pull the pump (1) out.
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 83 kg
(183.0 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
COIL10GRH445A0B 2
10. Remove the union installations (10) and plug the
pump ports.
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11. Unscrew the screw (11) and remove the sleeve (12).
COIL10GRH446A0B 3
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Pump - Install - Forward control pump-
NOTE: The component weighs approximately 83 kg (183.0 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
1. Unplug the pump ports to fit the union installations (2).
2. Fit the drive shaft (3)sleeve. To do this:
• Slide the sleeve (3) onto the pump shaft (1) until the
external side is aligned with the end of the shaft.
• Tighten the screw (4) to a torque of 210 N·m
(1858.7 lb in).
COIL10GRH446A0C 1
3. Slide the pump (1) onto the motor output and secure it
using the four screws (5).
NOTE: The screws (5) are screwed down with normal
thread lock fluid and tightened to a torque of 200 N·m
(1770.1 lb in).
4. Connect all the hoses (5) to the pump, except the
drainage hose (7).
COIL10GRH447A0B 2
5. Connect the pump servo-control electrical cables.
NOTE: The forward motion circuit will not function correctly
unless the electrical connections correspond to those in the
diagram below.
COIL10GRH448A0B 3
6. Position the hydraulic HP block (8) under the pump
(1)and secure it using four screws (10) tightened to a
torque of 120 N·m (1062.1 lb in).
NOTE: Check the condition and position of the O-rings between the HP block and the pump.
7. Connect all the hoses (11) to the HP block (8).
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8. Connect all the electrical connectors to the HP block
(8).
COIL10GRH449A0B 4
NOTE: The forward motion circuit will not function correctly unless the electrical connections correspond to those in
the diagram.
9. Fasten the hydraulic block (12) to the inside of the ma-
chine using screws (13).
COIL10GRH450A0B 5
NOTE: Check the condition and position of the O-rings between the two hydraulic blocks.
10. The pump housing (1) must be filled before operating
the engine.
11. Method:
• Connect a hand pump to the filler coupling (B)
• Remove the breather filter (15) and plug the hose
(14).
• Add oil to the reservoir until it runs out of the uncon-
nected drainage hose (12) union.
ATTENTION: The pressure in the reservoir must never exceed 0.3 bar (4.4 psi).
12. Connect the drainage hose (7).
COIL10GRH443A0C 6
13. Re-fit the cleaning pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic
systems - Install - Cleaning control pump - (35.000)
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14. Re-fit the shaker pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic
systems - Install - Shaker control pump - (35.000)
15. Fit a manometer of 300 bar (4350.0 psi) minimum on
the standby Minimess connector (A) on the HP block
16. Remove the plug and re-fit the breather filter. (15)
17. Start the engine and immediately check that the force-
feed pressure increases. This means that the pump
is in operation.
COIL10GRH452A0B 7
18. Remove the manometer and check the oil level in the
hydraulic reservoir.
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Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components
Motor - Remove - Rear wheel motor -
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy-
draulic oil.
1. Remove the corresponding rear wheel. To do this:
• Apply the parking brake.
• Lift the machine using its self-powered device.
• Place a cubed wooden block measuring X = 450 mm
(17.7 in) under the rear wheel arm pivot.
• Lower the machine using its self-powered device un-
til the wheel is just off the ground.
• Lock it in position by placing the telescopic tube pin
in (A).
• Remove the wheel.
COIL10GRH458A0B 1
2. Before disconnecting the motor hoses, the drainage
hose at the filter located at the front of the hydraulic
reservoir must be disconnected. This will prevent the
reservoir
from draining (1) Common drain for the two front and
rear left-hand wheel motors.
(2) Front right-hand wheel motor drain.
(3) Rear right-hand wheel motor drain.
COIL10GRH459A0B 2
3. For the rear left-hand wheel only, remove the speed
sensor and its bracket by removing the screws (4).
COIL10GRH007A0C 3
4. Disconnect and plug all the hoses (5).
NOTE: Recover the retaining clamp joints.
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5. Remove the fixing screws (6) and take out the motor.
COIL10GRH460A0B 4
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 160 kg (352.7 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
6. Remove the hose installations from the motor and plug
them.
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Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components
Motor - Install - Rear wheel motor -
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 160 kg (352.7 lb). Have a suitable lifting device ready.
1. Check that the motor is installed on the correct side of
the machine. These motors have a specific direction
of rotation. To ascertain the direction of rotation, check
the part number NEW HOLLAND on the manufacturer's
plate for the motor:
• 87672923 — right-hand motor.
• 87672924 — left-hand motor.
2. Slide the motor (1) into the wheel arm (2) and secure
it using the screws (3). The plate (4) will be placed on
the motor side. The tightening torque of the screws is
500 N·m (4425.4 lb in)
3. Fit the installations (5) and connect the corresponding
hoses.
4. Fit the HP hose flange joints (6) and secure them with
grease. Fit the flanges on the motor by tightening the
screws (7).
COIL10GRH461A0B 1
5. Before starting the hydraulic motor, its housing must
first be filled. To do this:
• Remove the bleed plug (B), located above the motor,
by passing a spanner through an existing hole in the
wheel arm.
• Fit a hand pump to the end of the drainage hose at
the filter located at the front of the hydraulic reservoir
(see removal instructions) Motor - Remove - Rear
wheel motor - (29.218)
• Pump oil into this hose until it runs out of the bleed
hole (B).
• Re-fit the bleed plug (B).
• Remove the pump and connect the drainage hose
(9).
COIL10GRH462A0B 2
6. Install the groundspeed sensor bracket (8) on the left-
hand motor only.
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7. Adjust the speed sensor. To do this:
• Press the target (disc) against the hub using the
wheel nuts.
• Position the bracket between (8) and 3 mm
(0.118 in) from the ends of the target (disc) (10).
• Tighten the fixing screws (9).
• Check that the sensor is positioned at a distance of
B = 4.3 mm (0.2 in) from the target (10), or adjust as
necessary.
COIL10GRH463A0B 3
8. Re-fit the wheel and tighten the nuts (11) to 700 N·m
(6195.5 lb in).
9. Re-fit the pin (A) at working height.
COIL10GRH458A0C 4
10. Start the engine and check that the force-feed pres-
sure indicator lights up, then check the oil level in the
reservoir.
11. Bleed the brakes. To do this, leave the engine run-
ning, and then:
• Disengage the parking brake control lever. (lever
forward)
• Open the bleed screw to remove the air.
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Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components
Motor - Remove - Front wheel motor -
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy-
draulic oil.
1. Remove the corresponding front wheel. To do this:
• Park on a level surface and apply the parking brake.
• Lower the machine fully using the self-powered de-
vice.
• Engage the backhoe in order to activate the front
yoke. The engine must be stopped.
• Place a suitable jack, approximately 13 t
(28660.09 lb), in the area intended for this purpose
(A), and raise the wheel so it lifts off the ground.
• Remove the wheel.
• Place a cubed wooden block under the strut and re-
move the jack.
• Switch off the ignition.
COIL10GRH465A0B 1
2. Remove the protective housing.
3. Before disconnecting the motor hoses, the drainage
hose at the filter located at the front of the hydraulic
reservoir must be disconnected. This will prevent the
reservoir
from draining (1) Common drain for the two front and
rear left-hand wheel motors.
(2) Front right-hand wheel motor drain.
(3) Rear right-hand wheel motor drain.
COIL10GRH459A0B 2
4. Disconnect and plug all the hoses (4).
5. Remove the fixing screws (5) and take out the motor.
COIL10GRH467A0B 3
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 70 kg (154.3 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
6. Remove the hose installations (6) from the motor and
plug them.
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Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components
Motor - Install - Front wheel motor -
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 70 kg (154.3 lb). Install a suitable lifting device.
1. The left-hand and right-hand motors are identical and
have no specific direction of rotation.
2. Slide the motor (1) into the wheel strut (2) and secure
it using the screws (3). The plate (4) will be placed on
the motor side. The tightening torque of the screws is
200 N·m (1770.1 lb in)
3. Fit the installations (5) and connect the corresponding
hoses (6).
COIL10GRH467A0C 1
4. Before starting the hydraulic motor, its housing must
first be filled. To do this:
• Remove the bleed plug (B) located on the motor
side.
• Fit a manual pump at the end of the drainage hose at
the filter, located at the front of the hydraulic reser-
voir. (see removal instructions) Motor - Remove -
Front wheel motor - (29.218).
• Pump oil into this hose until it runs out of the bleed
hole (B).
• Re-fit the bleed plug (B).
• Remove the pump and connect the drainage hose
(9).
COIL10GRH469A0B 2
5. Place a suitable jack, approximately 13 t (28660.09 lb),
in the area intended for this purpose (A), and raise the
strut to remove the wooden block.
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6. Fit the wheel and tighten the nuts (10) to a torque of
420 N·m (3717.3 lb in)
COIL10GRH466A0B 3
7. Start the engine and check that the force-feed pressure
indicator lights up, then check the oil level in the reser-
voir.
8. Fit the protective housing.
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Hydrostatic drive - Hydrostatic transmission
Hydrostatic transmission - General specification
9000 L INT --- WE
9040M INT --- WE
NOTE: For the schematic circuit, refer to Rear hydrostatic transmission - Hydraulic schema (29.300)
Hydrostatic system pressures:
During the test, the oil should be at 60 °C inside the tank
Description Values Limiters Pressure gauge position
HP forward travel 505 Bar +/- 5 Bar 11 220
HP reverse travel 505 Bar +/- 5 Bar 12 221
Flow rate counterbalance
in forward travel
480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 13 220
Flow rate counterbalance
in reverse travel
480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 14 221
Boost 33 Bar - 0 Bar + 2 Bar 15 219
Exchange valve 216 Check the flow rate
Brakes 25 Bar +/- 2 Bar To be fitted to the brake line
after the pressure reducer
Right serial line 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 218 To be fitted to the serial line
Left serial line 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 217 To be fitted to the serial line
Norias in forward travel 175 Bar +/- 10 Bar 212 151 and use the Noria washing
position
Norias in reverse travel 175 Bar +/- 10 Bar 213 151 and use the Noria washing
position
Diagram of the motor output hydraulic unit
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Hydrostatic drive - Hydrostatic transmission
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  • 1. SERVICE MANUAL 9040L / 9040M / 9060L H / 9060L / 9080L H 9080L / 9090L GE / 9090L H / 9090L Grape Harvester Part number 84490331C English April 2014 Copyright © 2014 CNH Industrial France S.A.S. All Rights Reserved. SERVICE MANUAL 1/2 Part number 84490331C 9040L - 9090L 9060L H - 9090L H 9040M 9090L GE Grape Harvester
  • 3. Link Product / Engine Product Market Product Engine 9040L Europe F4HE9484 9040L International Region F4HE9484 null [HAG00690K00002 - ] Europe F4HE9687 null [HAG00690K00002 - ] International Region F4HE9687 9080L International Region F4HE9687 9080L Europe F4HE9687 9090L Europe F4HE9687 9090L International Region F4HE9687 9040M Europe F4HE9484 9040M International Region F4HE9484 84490331C 27/03/2014
  • 4. Contents INTRODUCTION Rear axle system........................................................................ 27 [27.100] Powered rear axle.................................................................. 27.1 Hydrostatic drive......................................................................... 29 [29.218] Pump and motor components...................................................... 29.1 [29.202] Hydrostatic transmission ........................................................... 29.2 Brakes and controls .................................................................... 33 [33.202] Hydraulic service brakes ........................................................... 33.1 Hydraulic systems....................................................................... 35 [35.000] Hydraulic systems.................................................................. 35.1 [35.300] Reservoir, cooler, and filters........................................................ 35.2 [35.610] Machine leveling control system ................................................... 35.3 [35.946] Frame positioning lifting............................................................ 35.4 [35.903] Shaking hydraulic system .......................................................... 35.5 [35.904] Cleaning hydraulic system ......................................................... 35.6 [35.952] Destemmer system ................................................................ 35.7 [35.930] Conveyor receiver system ......................................................... 35.8 [35.736] Boom hydraulic system ............................................................ 35.9 Frames and ballasting ................................................................. 39 [39.100] Frame .............................................................................. 39.1 Steering..................................................................................... 41 [41.101] Steering control .................................................................... 41.1 Electrical systems....................................................................... 55 [55.000] Electrical system ................................................................... 55.1 [55.100] Harnesses and connectors......................................................... 55.2 [55.425] Boom, dipper, and bucket control system.......................................... 55.3 84490331C 27/03/2014
  • 5. [55.924] Cab grape harvesting controls ..................................................... 55.4 [55.408] Warning indicators, alarms, and instruments ...................................... 55.5 [55.DTC] FAULT CODES.................................................................... 55.6 Grape harvester shaking ............................................................. 56 [56.301] Shaking control..................................................................... 56.1 [56.304] Connecting rods, front plates, and shakers ........................................ 56.2 [56.305] Adjustable width system ........................................................... 56.3 Cleaning.................................................................................... 74 [74.200] Upper extractors ................................................................... 74.1 [74.204] Lower extractors ................................................................... 74.2 84490331C 27/03/2014
  • 7. INTRODUCTION Foreword 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE IMPORTANT INFORMATION All repair and maintenance operations described in this manual must be carried out exclusively by the New Holland Service network, strictly complying with the instructions provided and using specific tools as required. Any operator who carries out the operations specified in this document without complying strictly with the instructions provided shall be personally liable for the damages that may result. The manufacturer and all organizations in its distribution chain, including, without limitation, national, regional, and local dealers, do not accept any liability for damages resulting from a malfunction of parts and/or components not ap- proved by the manufacturer and used for maintenance operations and/or repair of products manufactured or marketed by the manufacturer. In no case is a warranty granted to the product manufactured or marketed by the manufacturer in case of damage caused by improper operation of parts and/or components not approved by the manufacturer. No reproduction, partial or complete, of the text or illustrations is permitted. 84490331C 27/03/2014 3
  • 8. INTRODUCTION Foreword Technical Information This information in this manual has been structured using a unique coding environment. This is the way in which technical information is created, stored and retrieved in the Technical Information Database. The location (on the machine) has been coded using SAP coding to align locations with the warranty system. The coding classifies all information in three ways. The first category is the Location, the second category is the Information Type and the third category is the Product: • LOCATION - is the component or function on the machine, that the piece of technical information is going to describe e.g., Fuel tank. • INFORMATION TYPE - is the piece of technical information that has been written for a particular component or function on the machine e.g. Capacity would be a type of Technical Data that would describe the amount of fuel held by the Fuel tank. • PRODUCT - is the model that the piece of technical information is written for. Every piece of technical information will have those 3 categories attached to it. You will be able to use any combination of those categories to find the right piece of technical information you need to resolve that customers concern on his machine. That information could be: • the description of how to remove the cylinder head • a table of specifications for a hydraulic pump • a fault code • a troubleshooting table • a special tool How to Use this Manual This manual is divided into Sections. Each Section is then divided into Chapters. Contents pages are included at the beginning of the manual, then inside every Section and inside every Chapter. An alphabetical Index is included at the end of a Chapter. Page number references are included for every piece of technical information listed in the Chapter Contents or Chapter Index. Each Chapter is divided into four Information types: • Technical Data (specifications) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and, assemblies. • Functional Data (how it works) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and assemblies. • Diagnostic Data (fault codes, electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and assemblies. • Service data (remove disassembly, assemble, install) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, com- ponents and assemblies. 84490331C 27/03/2014 4
  • 9. INTRODUCTION Basic instructions 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE SHIMMING For each adjustment operation, select adjusting shims, individually measure using a micrometer, then add up the recorded values. Do not rely on measuring the entire shimming set, which may be incorrect, and do not rely on the rated value indicated on each shim. ROTATING SHAFT SEALS For correct rotating shaft seal installation, proceed as follows: • Before assembly, allow the seal to soak for at least thirty minutes in the oil it will be sealing. • Thoroughly clean the shaft, and check that the working surface on the shaft is undamaged. • Fit the lip seal toward the fluid. If you are fitting a hydrodynamic lip seal, the grooves should be oriented so that the fluid is directed toward the inner side of the seal (take the shaft direction of rotation into consideration). • Coat the lip seal with a thin layer of lubricant (use oil rather than grease), then fill the gap between the lip seal and the dust lip seal of the double-lip seals with grease. • Insert the seal into its seat and press down using a flat punch. Do not tap the seal with a hammer or mallet. • During assembly, make sure that the seal is fitted perpendicularly to its seat. Once this operation is completed, check to make sure that the seal is in contact with the bearing stop, if required. • To prevent damaging the lip seal on the shaft, fit an appropriate protective guard during installation. "O" RINGS Lubricate the "O" rings before fitting them into the seats. This prevents them from overturning and twisting, which would make them ineffective. SEALING COMPOUNDS Apply one of the following sealing compounds to the mating surfaces marked with an X: Silmate RTV, Rhodorsil CAF 1, or Loctite Plastic Gasket. Before applying the sealing compound, prepare the surfaces as follows: • Remove any dirt using a metal brush. • Thoroughly degrease the surfaces using one of the following cleaning agents: trichloroethylene, gasoline, or a water and soda solution. SPLIT PINS When fitting split pins, make sure that the pin notch is positioned in the direction of the force required to stress the pin. Spiral split pins do not require special positioning. 84490331C 27/03/2014 8
  • 10. INTRODUCTION PROTECTING THE ELECTRONIC/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DURING CHARGING OR WELD- ING To avoid damaging the electronic/electrical systems, always follow the safety instructions below: 1. Never make or break any of the charging circuit connections, including the battery connections, when the engine is running. 2. Never short any of the charging components to ground. 3. Always disconnect the ground cable from the battery before arc welding on the machine or any header attached to the machine. • Position the welder ground clamp as close to the welding area as possible. • If welding in close proximity to a computer module, the module should be removed from the machine. • Never allow welding cables to lay on, near, or across any electrical wiring or electronic component while welding is in progress. 4. Always disconnect the negative cable from the battery when using a battery charger to carry out charging proce- dures on the machine. NOTICE: If welding has to be carried out on the machine or the header (if it is attached), disconnect the battery ground cable from the machine battery. The electronic monitoring system and charging system will be damaged if this is not done. Remove the battery ground cable. Reconnect the cable when welding is completed. WARNING Battery acid causes severe burns. Batteries contain sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote - EXTERNAL: flush with water. INTERNAL: drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg or vegetables oil. Call physician immediately. EYES: flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical attention. 84-110 84490331C 27/03/2014 9
  • 11. SERVICE MANUAL Rear axle system 9040L 9040M 9060L 9080L 9090L 84490331C 27/03/2014 27
  • 12. Rear axle system - Powered rear axle Rear axle - Transform - Changing the rear track - 9040L INT --- WE 9060L INT --- WE 9080L INT --- WE 9090L INT --- WE NOTE: To change the rear track of the machine by 160 mm (6.3 in), you must turn over the wheel arm fastening bearings. The bearings are moved by 40 mm (1.6 in). 1. Remove the corresponding rear wheel. To do this: • Apply the parking brake. • Lift the machine using its standalone system. • Place a cubed wooden block measuring A = 450 mm (17.7 in) under the rear wheel arm pivot. • Lower the machine using its standalone system until the wheel is just off the ground. • Shut down the engine. • Remove the wheel. 2. Remove the pin (1) of the height stop telescopic tube (2). COIL11GRH020A0B 1 3. Place a mobile lifting device under the wheel arm (3). 4. Remove the 4 fixing screws (4) from the 2 fastening bearings (5). COIL11GRH021A0B 2 5. Mark the position of the spacer rings (6). ATTENTION: When reassembling, you must put spacer rings of the same thickness under each bearing. 84490331C 27/03/2014 27.1 [27.100] / 3
  • 13. Rear axle system - Powered rear axle 6. Remove the spring retaining rings (7) and pull out the bearings (5). COIL11GRH022A0B 3 7. Fit the bearings (8) onto the wheel arms at the required track width. • Position A = wide track. • Position B = narrow track. 8. Replace the spring retaining rings (7). 9. Replace the screws (4), inserting the corresponding spacer rings. The tightening torque of the screws (4) is 650 N·m (5753.0 lb in). COIL11GRH023A0B 4 NOTE: The diagrams show the positions of the right-hand wheel arm. The bearings are always fitted in the same holes located towards the outside of the machine. To change the track width, the bearings are simply turned over. For information, the other holes are not used. 10. Replace the pin (1) of the height stop tube according to the desired track width. • Position A = wide track, the spacer (9) will be on the outside of the chassis. • Position B = narrow track, the spacer (9) will be on the inside of the chassis. COIL11GRH024A0B 5 11. Remove the mobile lifting device. 12. Replace the wheel. The tightening torque of the wheel is 700 N·m (6195.5 lb in). 13. Start the engine and raise the machine using its hy- draulic system. Remove the wooden wedge. 84490331C 27/03/2014 27.1 [27.100] / 4
  • 14. Rear axle system - Powered rear axle 14. Adjust the side stops of the harvesting equipment. • The diagram shows how the stop is fitted when the machine track is in the wide position. The spacer ring (10) is fitted inside the bracket. • When the machine track is in the narrow position, this spacer ring (10) must be fitted on the outside of the bracket. The 2 spacer rings are both on the outside of the bracket. COIL11GRH025A0B 6 NOTE: The swinging of the harvesting machine will therefore be reduced. 84490331C 27/03/2014 27.1 [27.100] / 5
  • 15. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Pump - Remove - Forward control pump- NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy- draulic oil. 1. Remove the shaker control pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic systems - Remove - Shaker control pump - (35.000). 2. Remove the cleaning control pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic systems - Remove - Cleaning control pump - (35.000). 3. Unscrew the four screws (2) from the inside of the ma- chine to remove the connection block (3). This block will remain at the end of the hoses. NOTE: Recover the O-rings located between the block (3) and the HP block (5). 4. Disconnect all the hoses (4) from the HP block (5). 5. Disconnect all the electrical cables (6) from the HP block (5). 6. Take out the HP block (5) by removing the four fixing screws. ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 45 kg (99.2 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. COIL10GRH444A0B 1 7. Disconnect all the hoses (7) from the pump (1). 8. Disconnect the two electrical cables (8) from the servo- control unit. 9. Remove the four screws (9) and pull the pump (1) out. ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 83 kg (183.0 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. COIL10GRH445A0B 2 10. Remove the union installations (10) and plug the pump ports. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 3
  • 16. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 11. Unscrew the screw (11) and remove the sleeve (12). COIL10GRH446A0B 3 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 4
  • 17. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Pump - Install - Forward control pump- NOTE: The component weighs approximately 83 kg (183.0 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. 1. Unplug the pump ports to fit the union installations (2). 2. Fit the drive shaft (3)sleeve. To do this: • Slide the sleeve (3) onto the pump shaft (1) until the external side is aligned with the end of the shaft. • Tighten the screw (4) to a torque of 210 N·m (1858.7 lb in). COIL10GRH446A0C 1 3. Slide the pump (1) onto the motor output and secure it using the four screws (5). NOTE: The screws (5) are screwed down with normal thread lock fluid and tightened to a torque of 200 N·m (1770.1 lb in). 4. Connect all the hoses (5) to the pump, except the drainage hose (7). COIL10GRH447A0B 2 5. Connect the pump servo-control electrical cables. NOTE: The forward motion circuit will not function correctly unless the electrical connections correspond to those in the diagram below. COIL10GRH448A0B 3 6. Position the hydraulic HP block (8) under the pump (1)and secure it using four screws (10) tightened to a torque of 120 N·m (1062.1 lb in). NOTE: Check the condition and position of the O-rings between the HP block and the pump. 7. Connect all the hoses (11) to the HP block (8). 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 5
  • 18. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 8. Connect all the electrical connectors to the HP block (8). COIL10GRH449A0B 4 NOTE: The forward motion circuit will not function correctly unless the electrical connections correspond to those in the diagram. 9. Fasten the hydraulic block (12) to the inside of the ma- chine using screws (13). COIL10GRH450A0B 5 NOTE: Check the condition and position of the O-rings between the two hydraulic blocks. 10. The pump housing (1) must be filled before operating the engine. 11. Method: • Connect a hand pump to the filler coupling (B) • Remove the breather filter (15) and plug the hose (14). • Add oil to the reservoir until it runs out of the uncon- nected drainage hose (12) union. ATTENTION: The pressure in the reservoir must never exceed 0.3 bar (4.4 psi). 12. Connect the drainage hose (7). COIL10GRH443A0C 6 13. Re-fit the cleaning pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic systems - Install - Cleaning control pump - (35.000) 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 6
  • 19. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 14. Re-fit the shaker pump. (see instructions) Hydraulic systems - Install - Shaker control pump - (35.000) 15. Fit a manometer of 300 bar (4350.0 psi) minimum on the standby Minimess connector (A) on the HP block 16. Remove the plug and re-fit the breather filter. (15) 17. Start the engine and immediately check that the force- feed pressure increases. This means that the pump is in operation. COIL10GRH452A0B 7 18. Remove the manometer and check the oil level in the hydraulic reservoir. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 7
  • 20. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Motor - Remove - Rear wheel motor - 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy- draulic oil. 1. Remove the corresponding rear wheel. To do this: • Apply the parking brake. • Lift the machine using its self-powered device. • Place a cubed wooden block measuring X = 450 mm (17.7 in) under the rear wheel arm pivot. • Lower the machine using its self-powered device un- til the wheel is just off the ground. • Lock it in position by placing the telescopic tube pin in (A). • Remove the wheel. COIL10GRH458A0B 1 2. Before disconnecting the motor hoses, the drainage hose at the filter located at the front of the hydraulic reservoir must be disconnected. This will prevent the reservoir from draining (1) Common drain for the two front and rear left-hand wheel motors. (2) Front right-hand wheel motor drain. (3) Rear right-hand wheel motor drain. COIL10GRH459A0B 2 3. For the rear left-hand wheel only, remove the speed sensor and its bracket by removing the screws (4). COIL10GRH007A0C 3 4. Disconnect and plug all the hoses (5). NOTE: Recover the retaining clamp joints. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 8
  • 21. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 5. Remove the fixing screws (6) and take out the motor. COIL10GRH460A0B 4 ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 160 kg (352.7 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. 6. Remove the hose installations from the motor and plug them. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 9
  • 22. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Motor - Install - Rear wheel motor - 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 160 kg (352.7 lb). Have a suitable lifting device ready. 1. Check that the motor is installed on the correct side of the machine. These motors have a specific direction of rotation. To ascertain the direction of rotation, check the part number NEW HOLLAND on the manufacturer's plate for the motor: • 87672923 — right-hand motor. • 87672924 — left-hand motor. 2. Slide the motor (1) into the wheel arm (2) and secure it using the screws (3). The plate (4) will be placed on the motor side. The tightening torque of the screws is 500 N·m (4425.4 lb in) 3. Fit the installations (5) and connect the corresponding hoses. 4. Fit the HP hose flange joints (6) and secure them with grease. Fit the flanges on the motor by tightening the screws (7). COIL10GRH461A0B 1 5. Before starting the hydraulic motor, its housing must first be filled. To do this: • Remove the bleed plug (B), located above the motor, by passing a spanner through an existing hole in the wheel arm. • Fit a hand pump to the end of the drainage hose at the filter located at the front of the hydraulic reservoir (see removal instructions) Motor - Remove - Rear wheel motor - (29.218) • Pump oil into this hose until it runs out of the bleed hole (B). • Re-fit the bleed plug (B). • Remove the pump and connect the drainage hose (9). COIL10GRH462A0B 2 6. Install the groundspeed sensor bracket (8) on the left- hand motor only. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 10
  • 23. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 7. Adjust the speed sensor. To do this: • Press the target (disc) against the hub using the wheel nuts. • Position the bracket between (8) and 3 mm (0.118 in) from the ends of the target (disc) (10). • Tighten the fixing screws (9). • Check that the sensor is positioned at a distance of B = 4.3 mm (0.2 in) from the target (10), or adjust as necessary. COIL10GRH463A0B 3 8. Re-fit the wheel and tighten the nuts (11) to 700 N·m (6195.5 lb in). 9. Re-fit the pin (A) at working height. COIL10GRH458A0C 4 10. Start the engine and check that the force-feed pres- sure indicator lights up, then check the oil level in the reservoir. 11. Bleed the brakes. To do this, leave the engine run- ning, and then: • Disengage the parking brake control lever. (lever forward) • Open the bleed screw to remove the air. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 11
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  • 25. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Motor - Remove - Front wheel motor - 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE NOTE: When removing the hydraulic piping, have a suitable container readily available to capture any residual hy- draulic oil. 1. Remove the corresponding front wheel. To do this: • Park on a level surface and apply the parking brake. • Lower the machine fully using the self-powered de- vice. • Engage the backhoe in order to activate the front yoke. The engine must be stopped. • Place a suitable jack, approximately 13 t (28660.09 lb), in the area intended for this purpose (A), and raise the wheel so it lifts off the ground. • Remove the wheel. • Place a cubed wooden block under the strut and re- move the jack. • Switch off the ignition. COIL10GRH465A0B 1 2. Remove the protective housing. 3. Before disconnecting the motor hoses, the drainage hose at the filter located at the front of the hydraulic reservoir must be disconnected. This will prevent the reservoir from draining (1) Common drain for the two front and rear left-hand wheel motors. (2) Front right-hand wheel motor drain. (3) Rear right-hand wheel motor drain. COIL10GRH459A0B 2 4. Disconnect and plug all the hoses (4). 5. Remove the fixing screws (5) and take out the motor. COIL10GRH467A0B 3 ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 70 kg (154.3 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. 6. Remove the hose installations (6) from the motor and plug them. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 12
  • 26. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components Motor - Install - Front wheel motor - 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE ATTENTION: The component weighs approximately 70 kg (154.3 lb). Install a suitable lifting device. 1. The left-hand and right-hand motors are identical and have no specific direction of rotation. 2. Slide the motor (1) into the wheel strut (2) and secure it using the screws (3). The plate (4) will be placed on the motor side. The tightening torque of the screws is 200 N·m (1770.1 lb in) 3. Fit the installations (5) and connect the corresponding hoses (6). COIL10GRH467A0C 1 4. Before starting the hydraulic motor, its housing must first be filled. To do this: • Remove the bleed plug (B) located on the motor side. • Fit a manual pump at the end of the drainage hose at the filter, located at the front of the hydraulic reser- voir. (see removal instructions) Motor - Remove - Front wheel motor - (29.218). • Pump oil into this hose until it runs out of the bleed hole (B). • Re-fit the bleed plug (B). • Remove the pump and connect the drainage hose (9). COIL10GRH469A0B 2 5. Place a suitable jack, approximately 13 t (28660.09 lb), in the area intended for this purpose (A), and raise the strut to remove the wooden block. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 13
  • 27. Hydrostatic drive - Pump and motor components 6. Fit the wheel and tighten the nuts (10) to a torque of 420 N·m (3717.3 lb in) COIL10GRH466A0B 3 7. Start the engine and check that the force-feed pressure indicator lights up, then check the oil level in the reser- voir. 8. Fit the protective housing. 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.1 [29.218] / 14
  • 28. Hydrostatic drive - Hydrostatic transmission Hydrostatic transmission - General specification 9000 L INT --- WE 9040M INT --- WE NOTE: For the schematic circuit, refer to Rear hydrostatic transmission - Hydraulic schema (29.300) Hydrostatic system pressures: During the test, the oil should be at 60 °C inside the tank Description Values Limiters Pressure gauge position HP forward travel 505 Bar +/- 5 Bar 11 220 HP reverse travel 505 Bar +/- 5 Bar 12 221 Flow rate counterbalance in forward travel 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 13 220 Flow rate counterbalance in reverse travel 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 14 221 Boost 33 Bar - 0 Bar + 2 Bar 15 219 Exchange valve 216 Check the flow rate Brakes 25 Bar +/- 2 Bar To be fitted to the brake line after the pressure reducer Right serial line 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 218 To be fitted to the serial line Left serial line 480 Bar +/- 5 Bar 217 To be fitted to the serial line Norias in forward travel 175 Bar +/- 10 Bar 212 151 and use the Noria washing position Norias in reverse travel 175 Bar +/- 10 Bar 213 151 and use the Noria washing position Diagram of the motor output hydraulic unit 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.2 [29.202] / 3
  • 29. Hydrostatic drive - Hydrostatic transmission RFIL11GRH047H0B 1 84490331C 27/03/2014 29.2 [29.202] / 4