John Deere CT322 and CT332 Compact Track Loader Operator's Manual (omt215996)

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John Deere CT322 and CT332 Compact Track Loader Operator's Manual (OMT215996)

OMT215996 - CT322 and CT332 Compact Track Loader Operator's Manual.PDF

Complete Operator's Manual for John Deere CT322 and CT332 Compact Track Loaders, with all the shop information to maintain and operate the loader.

MAIN SECTIONS
1-2 - Safety - General Precautions
1-3 - Safety - Operating Precautions
1-4 - Safety - Maintenance Precautions
1-5 - Safety - Safety Signs
2-1 - Operation - Operator's Station
2-2 - Operation - Operating the Machine
2-3 - Operation - Track Information
3-1 - Maintenance - Machine
3-2 - Maintenance - Periodic Maintenance
3-3 - Maintenance - As Required
3-4 - Maintenance - Every 10 hours or Daily
3-5 - Maintenance - The First 20 hours
3-6 - Maintenance - Every 50 Hours
3-7 - Maintenance - Every 250 Hours
3-8 - Maintenance - Every 500 Hours
3-9 - Maintenance - Every 1000 Hours
3-10 - Maintenance - Every 6000 Hours
4-1 - Miscellaneous - Machine
4-2 - Miscellaneous - Operational Checkout
4-3 - Miscellaneous - Troubleshooting
4-4 - Miscellaneous - Storage
4-5 - Miscellaneous - Machine Numbers
4-6 - Miscellaneous - Specifications

Total Pages: 360 pages
File Format: PDF (bookmarked, ToC, Searchable, Printable, high quality)
Language: English

omt215996 - CT322 and CT332 Compact Track Loader

Table of Contents

Foreword

Technical Information Feedback Form

Section 1-1: Safety—Safety and Operator Conveniences

Safety and Operator Convenience Features

Section 1-2: Safety—General Precautions

Recognize Safety Information

Follow Safety Instructions

Operate Only If Qualified

Wear Protective Equipment

Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications

Inspect Machine

Stay Clear of Moving Parts

Avoid High-Pressure Fluids

Avoid High-Pressure Oils

Work In Ventilated Area

Prevent Fires

Prevent Battery Explosions

Handle Chemical Products Safely

Dispose of Waste Properly

Prepare for Emergencies

Clean Debris from Machine

Section 1-3: Safety—Operating Precautions

Use Steps and Handholds Correctly

Start Only From Operator's Seat

Use and Maintain Seat Belt

Prevent Unintended Machine Movement

Avoid Work Site Hazards

Keep Riders Off Machine

Avoid Backover Accidents

Avoid Machine Tip Over

Operating or Traveling On Public Roads

Inspect and Maintain ROPS

Add and Operate Attachments Safely

Section 1-4: Safety—Maintenance Precautions

Park and Prepare for Service Safely

Service Cooling System Safely

Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating

Make Welding Repairs Safely

Service Tires Safely

Drive Metal Pins Safely

Section 1-5: Safety—Safety Signs

Replace Safety Signs

Safety Signs

Section 2-1: Operation—Operator’s Station

Pedals and Levers - Standard Controls

Pedal and Levers - EH Controls

Instrument Panel

Instrument Panel Functions

Engagement and Monitor Unit Operation — Standard Controls

Anti-Theft Security System Operation — Standard Controls

Engagement and Monitor Unit Data Items — Standard Controls

Engagement and Monitor Unit Operation — EH Controls

Anti-Theft Security System Operation—EH Controls

Engagement and Monitor Unit Data Items—EH Controls

Engagement and Monitor Unit Display Messages—EH Controls

Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Gauges and Indicator Lights

Gauge and Indicator Light Functions

Auto Shutdown With Alarm

Horn Button—If Equipped

12-Volt Power Outlet

Dome Light

Heating/Defrosting Controls—If Equipped

Air Conditioning Controls—If Equipped

Rear Window (Secondary Exit)

Seat Adjustment

Adjusting Suspension Seat

Armrest Adjustment

Section 2-2: Operation—Operating the Machine

Before Starting Work

Operator's Daily Machine Check Before Starting

Entering Skid Steer

Engine Break-In Period

Starting the Engine

Engine Speed Control Devices

Cold Weather Starting

Using Engine Block Heater—If Equipped

Self-Leveling—If Equipped

Using Attachment Mounting System—Quik-Tatch™

Boom Lock

Boom Release—Standard Controls

Steering Levers—Standard Controls

Operating Auxiliary Hydraulics—Standard Controls (Hand-Foot Machines)

Operating Boom—Standard Controls (Hand-Foot Machines)

Operating Bucket—Standard Controls (Hand-Foot Machines)

Operating Auxiliary Hydraulics—Standard Controls (Hands-Only Machines)

Operating Boom and Bucket—Standard Controls (Hands-Only Machines)

Boom Release—EH Controls

Steering Controls—EH Controls

Operating Auxiliary Hydraulics—EH Controls

Operating Boom—EH Controls

Operating Bucket—EH Controls

Using Attachment Mounting System—Hydraulic Quik-Tatch™ (S.N. — 131876)

Using Attachment Mounting System—Electric Quik-Tatch™ (S.N. 131877 — )

Stopping the Engine—Standard Controls

Stopping the Engine—EH Controls

Loading Machine On a Trailer

Section 2-3: Operation—Track Information

Rubber Track Usage

Track Frame Assembly Models

John Deere Rubber Track Structure

Track Sag Adjustment

Sprocket Teeth Wear

Normal Break-In

Rubber Track-Types of Damages

Cut on Lug Side Rubber

Crack on Lug Side Rubber—Fatigue

Cuts on the Edges of the Track Roller Side Rubber

Lug Abrasion

Deterioration of the Track Roller Side Rubber Surface

Separation of Metal Inserts—External Forces and Corrosion

Cut Steel Cord

Soft Ground Operation

Normal Track Wear in Dirt Conditions

Section 3-1: Maintenance—Machine

Diesel Fuel

Lubricity of Diesel Fuel

Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel

Biodiesel Fuel

Testing Diesel Fuel

Minimizing the Effect of Cold Weather on Diesel Engines

Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants

Diesel Engine Oil

Diesel Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals

Hydraulic and Hydrostatic Oil

Gear Oil

Grease

Light Duty Diesel Engine Coolant (for diesel engines without wet sleeve cylinder liners)

Drain Intervals for Diesel Engine Coolant

John Deere COOL-GARD™ II COOLANT EXTENDER

Supplemental Coolant Additives

Operating in Warm Temperature Climates

Additional Information About Diesel Engine Coolants and John Deere COOL-GARD™ II COOLANT EXTENDER

Testing Diesel Engine Coolant

Section 3-2: Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance

Service Machine at Specified Intervals

Fuel Tank

Raising and Blocking Machine

Opening and Closing Rear Service Door

Opening and Closing Engine Cover

Removing Side Panels

Raising Operator's Station

Removing Cover Plates

Fluid Analysis Program Test Kits and 3-Way Coolant Test Kit

Service Intervals

Required Parts

Section 3-3: Maintenance—As Required

Check Coolant

Section 3-4: Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily

Check Engine Oil Level

Check Hydraulic Tank Oil Level

Clean Radiator and Oil Cooler

Check Radiator Coolant Level

Drain Fuel Water Separator Filter

Section 3-5: Maintenance—The First 20 Hours

Track Sag Break-In

Section 3-6: Maintenance—Every 50 Hours

Lubricate Boom Linkage, Cylinder Pivots, and Quik-Tatch

Adjust Track Sag

Section 3-7: Maintenance—Every 250 Hours

Take Engine Oil Sample

Change Engine Oil and Replace Filter

Section 3-8: Maintenance—Every 500 Hours

Replace Fuel Filter and Water Separator

Replace In-Line Fuel Filter

Replace Primary Air Cleaner Element

Replace Hydraulic Oil Tank Breather Element

Replace Hydraulic Oil Filter—CT322

Replace Hydraulic Oil Filter—CT332

Change Hydrostatic Planetary Oil

Change Engine Oil and Replace Filter

Lubricate Steering Linkage

Lubricate Foot Pedal

Take Fluid Samples

Section 3-9: Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours

Replace Secondary Air Cleaner Element

Change Hydraulic Tank Oil

Change Hydrostatic Planetary Oil

Check Coolant

Section 3-10: Maintenance—Every 6000 Hours

Drain Cooling System

Flush Cooling System

Fill Cooling System

Section 4-1: Miscellaneous—Machine

Fuel Starvation

Bleed Fuel System

Checking Radiator, Air Conditioning Condenser

Replacing Fan and Alternator Belt

Adjusting Auxiliary Hydraulic Linkage—Standard Controls (Hand-Foot Machines)

Adjusting Boom and Bucket Linkage—Standard Controls (Hands-Only Machines)

Adjusting Pedal Angle

Cleaning and Replacing Air Conditioner and Heater/Defroster Air Filters (If Equipped)

Using Booster Batteries—12-Volt System

Checking Battery Electrolyte Level (Maintenance Type Batteries Only)

Using Battery Charger

Cleaning or Replacing Battery

Replacing Fuses—Standard Controls

Replacing Fuses—EH Controls

Replacing Blower Motor Fuse

Replacing Glow Plug Fuse

Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values

Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values

Section 4-2: Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout

Operational Checkout

Section 4-3: Miscellaneous—Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Procedure

Engine

Electrical System

Hydraulic System

Section 4-4: Miscellaneous—Storage

Prepare Machine for Storage

Monthly Storage Procedure

Section 4-5: Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers

Record Product Identification Number (PIN)

Record Engine Serial Number

Keep Proof of Ownership

Keep Machines Secure

Section 4-6: Miscellaneous—Specifications

CT322 Engine Specifications

CT332 Engine Specifications

CT322 Drain and Refill Capacities

CT332 Drain and Refill Capacities

CT322 Machine Dimensions

CT332 Machine Dimensions

Pallet Fork Lift Chart

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