John Deere 330CLC - 370C Operators Manual

John Deere 330CLC - 370C Operators Manual
John Deere 330CLC - 370C Operators Manual John Deere 330CLC - 370C Operators Manual
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Operators Manual / Maintenance Manual

John Deere 330CLC
John Deere 370CLC

182 pages
Language: English

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Safety—Safety Features
Safety Features

Safety—General Precautions
Recognize Safety Information
Follow Safety Instructions
Operate Only If Qualified
Wear Protective Equipment
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications
Add Cab Guarding For Special Uses
Inspect Machine
Stay Clear Of Moving Parts
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Beware Of Exhaust Fumes
Prevent Fires
Prevent Battery Explosions
Handle Chemical Products Safely
Dispose Of Waste Properly
Prepare For Emergencies

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
Use Special Care When Lifting Objects
Add And Operate Attachments Safely

Safety—Maintenance Precautions
Park And Prepare For Service Safely
Service Cooling System Safely
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Make Welding Repairs Safely
Drive Metal Pins Safely

Safety—Safety Signs
Safety Signs

Operation—Operator’s Station
Pedals, Levers, And Panels
Monitor Panel
Monitor Panel Functions
Front Switch Panel
Front Switch Panel Functions
Rear Switch Panel
Power Boost Switch
Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever
Travel Alarm And Travel Alarm Cancel Switch
Cab Heater And Air Conditioner
Operating The AM/FM Radio
Secondary Exit Tool
Opening Upper Front (Secondary Exit) Window
Removing And Storing The Lower Front Window
Opening Side Windows
Opening And Closing The Roof Exit Cover
Adjusting The Seat
Seat Belt

Operation—Operating The Machine
Before Starting Work
Operator’s Daily Machine Check Before Starting
Starting Engine
Cold Weather Warm-Up
Using Booster Batteries—24 Volt System
Travel Pedals And Levers
Control Lever Pattern Operation
Control Lever Pattern Conversion
Operating In Water And Mud
Driving Up A Steep Or Slippery Slope
Lower Boom With Engine Stopped
Parking the Machine
Loading And Unloading For Transport

Towing Machine
Lifting the Machine

Diesel Fuel
Bio-Diesel Fuel
Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Conditioner
Dieselscan Fuel Analysis
Handling And Storing Diesel Fuel
Alternative And Synthetic Lubricants
Engine Break-In Oil
Diesel Engine Oil
Hydraulic Oil
Swing Gearbox And Propel Gearbox Oils
Pump Gearbox Oil
Track Adjuster, Working Tool Pivot, Swing Bearing, And Swing Bearing Gear Grease

Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance
Service Your Machine At Specified Intervals
Check The Hour Meter Regularly
Prepare Machine For Maintenance
Open Access Doors For Service
Open Engine Hood For Service
Fuel Tank
Hydraulic Breaker And Crusher Attachments
Maintenance And Repair Record Keeping System
OILSCAN Plus, CoolScan Plus And 3-Way Coolant Test Kit
Periodic Maintenance Record Keeping System

Maintenance—As Required
Clean Fuel Tank Inlet Screen
Drain Fuel Tank Sump
Clean Fuel Strainer
Drain Fuel Filter / Water Separator
Bleed The Fuel System
Clean Radiator Air Inlet Screen
Clean Air Cleaner Dust Unloader Valve
Check And Adjust Track Sag
Windshield Washer Fluid Level

Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily
Check Engine Oil Level
Check Recovery Tank Coolant Level
Check Hydraulic Oil Level

Maintenance—Every 100 Hours
Grease Working Tool Pivots
Change Engine Break-in Oil And Replace Filter

Maintenance—Every 250 Hours
Check Swing Gearbox Oil Level
Drain Hydraulic Tank Sump
Check Pump Drive Gearbox Oil Level
Check Radiator Coolant Level
Check Battery Electrolyte Level and Terminals
Check Propel Gearbox Oil Level
Clean or Replace Dusty Primary Element
Clean Spark Arrester (If Equipped)

Maintenance—Every 500 Hours
Grease Working Tool Pivots
Grease Swing Bearing
Grease Swing Bearing Gear
Replace Fuel Filter / Water Separator
Check Air Intake Hoses
Check Coolant in Radiator
Replace Final Fuel Filter
Change Engine Oil And Replace Filter

Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours
Change Swing Gearbox Oil
Replace Hydraulic Tank Oil Filter
Replace Pilot System Oil Filter
Change Pump Drive Gearbox Oil
Inspect Fan Belt
Replace Air Cleaner Elements
Replace Air Cleaner Dust Valve

Maintenance—Every 2000 Hours
Drain Cooling System
Diesel Engine Coolant
Cooling System Fill And Deaeration Procedure
Change Propel Gearbox Oil
Clean The Engine Crankcase Ventilation Tube
Adjust Engine Valve Clearance

Maintenance—Every 4000 Hours
Change Hydraulic Tank Oil, Clean Suction Screen

Do Not Service Or Adjust Injection Nozzles Or Injection Pump
Do Not Service Control Valves, Cylinders, Pumps Or Motors
Precautions For Alternator And Regulator
Diagnostic Display Unit (DDU) Operation
Engine Service Codes
Handling, Checking And Servicing Batteries Carefully
Using Battery Charger
Replacing Batteries
Welding On Machine
Clean The Machine Regularly
Adding 12—Volt Accessories
Replacing Fuses
Replacing Bucket Teeth
Replacing Bucket Tooth Tip— Heavy-Duty Bucket
Adjusting Bucket To Arm Joint
Removing The Bucket
Track Sag General Information
Check Track Shoe Hardware
Unified Inch Bolt And Cap Screw Torque Values
Metric Bolt And Cap Screw Torque Values

Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout
Operational Checkout
Operator Station Checks—Key Switch On, Engine Off
Operator Station Checks—Engine On
Miscellaneous Checks

Using Troubleshooting Charts
Electrical System
Hydraulic System

Prepare Machine For Storage

Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers
Record Product Identification Number (PIN)
Record Engine Serial Number
Record Propel Motor Serial Numbers
Record Swing Motor Serial Number
Keep Proof of Ownership
Keep Machines Secure

330CLC and 370C Engine Specifications
330CLC and 370C Drain And Refill Capacities
330CLC Specifications
330CLC Working Ranges
330CLC Lift Capacity—KG (LB)
370C Specifications
330C Working Ranges
330C Lift Capacity—KG (LB)