John Deere 410G Operators Manual

John Deere 410G Operators Manual
John Deere 410G Operators Manual John Deere 410G Operators Manual
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Operators Manual / Maintenance Manual

John Deere 410G
Backhoe Loader

236 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
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
Prevent Unintended Machine
Movement—If Equipped With Pilot
Avoid Work Site Hazards
Keep Riders Off Machine
Avoid Backover Accidents
Avoid Machine Tipover
Add And Operate Attachments Safely
Use Special Care When Operating
Operating Or Traveling On Public Roads
Inspect and Maintain ROPS

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 (S.N. —919463)
Safety Signs (S.N. 919464—)

Operation—Operator’s Station
Pedals and Levers
Pedals and Levers—If Equipped With Pilot Controls
Display Monitor Functions
Display Monitor Functions —If Equipped With Pilot Controls
Right-Side Console Functions
Controls—Steering Console
Pilot Control Enable/Disable Switch—If Equipped
Pattern Select Switch—If Equipped (S.N. — 919463)
Horn Button
Defroster, Heater, and Air Conditioner Controls—If Equipped
Side Windows—Secondary Exits
Rear Windows
Adjusting Seat
Seat Belt
Steering Wheel Tilt Lever—If Equipped
12-Volt Accessory Outlets

Operation—Operating The Machine
Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting
Check Instruments Before Starting
Starting the Engine
Starting Fluid—Cold Weather Start Aid— If Equipped (S.N.—910057)
Starting Fluid—Cold Weather Start Aid— If Equipped (S.N. 910058—)
Using Booster Batteries—12 Volt System
Using Coolant Heater—If Equipped
Cold Weather Warm-Up
Ride Control Operation—If Equipped 
Pilot Control Operation—If Equipped
Driving the Machine
Operating Stabilizers
Operating Boom Lock
Operating Swing Lock
Operating Backhoe—John Deere
Two-Lever Controls
Operating Backhoe—Excavator Two-Lever Controls
Operating Backhoe—John Deere Pilot Controls
Operating Backhoe—Excavator Pilot Controls
Operating Extendible Dipperstick—If Equipped
Operating Extendable Dipperstick Lock—If Equipped
Operating Backhoe Auxiliary Hydraulic Functions—If Equipped
Operating Loader
Operating Differential Lock
Operating Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (MFWD)—If Equipped
Parking the Machine
Loading Machine on a Trailer

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
Transmission, Hydraulic, Axles, and Mechanical Front Wheel Drive Oil
Grease For Extendible Dipperstick, Sideshift Frame, And Stabilizer Leg Wear Strips
Diesel Engine Coolant

Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance
Service Your Machine at Specified Intervals
Check Hour Meter Regularly
Prepare Machine for Maintenance
Loader Boom Service Lock
Opening and Closing Engine Hood (S.N. — 903478)
Opening and Closing Engine Hood (S.N. 903479—)
Maintenance and Repair Record Keeping System 
OILSCAN PLUSâ, COOLSCAN PLUSâ, Dieselscan, and 3-Way Coolant Test Kit
Service Intervals
Required Parts

Maintenance—As Required
Inspect Loader Boom Service Lock
Check and Adjust Boom Lock
Check Tire Pressure
Tire Inflation Pressures
Check Wheel Fasteners
Clean Cab Air Filters
Inspect and Clean Hydraulic Reservoir Fill Screen
Drain Fuel Tank Water and Sediment
Clean Engine Air Cleaner Dust Unloader Valve
Clean or Replace Air Cleaner Elements
Inspect Belt
Grease MFWD Drive Shaft Splines—If Equipped
Grease Extendible Dipperstick Side Rails— If Equipped
Grease Extendable Dipperstick Backhoes— If Equipped
Grease Front WheelBearings—Non-Powered (S.N. —911143)
Grease Front Wheel Bearings—Non-Powered (S.N. 911144—)

Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily
Checking Hydraulic Reservoir Oil Level
Check Engine Oil Level
Check Coolant Level
Grease Loader Pivots
Grease 4-in-1 Bucket Pivots—If Equipped
Grease Stabilizer Pivots and Cylinder Pins
Grease Backhoe Linkage, Pivots, and Cylinder Rod Ends
Grease Non-Powered Front Axle and Steering Pivots (S.N. —911143)
Grease Non-Powered Front Axle Pivots (S.N. 911144—)
Grease MFWD Front Axle and Universal Joints—If Equipped

Maintenance—After First 100 Hours
Change Engine Break-In Oil AndReplace Filter
Replace Transmission Oil Filter

Maintenance—Every 250 Hours
Check MFWD Planetary Housing Oil—If Equipped
Check MFWD Axle Oil Level—If Equipped
Check Battery Electrolyte Level and Terminals
Check Rear Axle Oil Level
Check Transmission Oil Level
Change Engine Oil And Replace Filter(S.N.—911915)

Maintenance—Every 500 Hours
Check Coolant and Add Conditioner
Check Air Intake Hose
Replace Hydraulic Oil Filter
Check Boom-to-Dipperstick Pin Bolt Torque
Replace Hydraulic Reservoir Breather
Change Engine Oil And Replace Filter (S.N. 911916—)
Replace Fuel Filter

Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours
Clean, Pack, and Adjust Front Wheel Bearings—Non-Powered (S.N.—911143)
Clean, Pack, and Adjust Front Wheel Bearings—Non-Powered (S.N. 911144—)
Change MFWD Front Wheel Planetary Housing Oil—If Equipped
Change MFWD Front Axle Housing Oil—If Equipped
Clean Engine Crankcase Ventilation Tube
Change Transmission and Torque
Converter Oil and Filter
Change Rear Axle Oil
Replace Pilot Control Filter
Check Engine Speeds
Check and Adjust Engine Speed Control Linkage
Change Hydraulic Reservoir Oil
Replace Engine Air Cleaner Elements

Maintenance—Every 2000 Hours
Adjust Engine Valve Lash (Clearance)

External Service Brake Inspection
Inspecting And Cleaning Dusty Secondary And Primary Element
Check Receiver-Dryer—If Equipped
Checking Coolant Hoses and Radiator
Draining the Cooling System
Filling the Cooling System
Do Not Service Or Adjust Injection Nozzles Or Injection Pump
Replace Engine Torsional Damper
Draining Fuel Filter Sediment
Precautions for Alternator and Regulator
Handling, Checking And Servicing Batteries Carefully
Replacing Batteries
Removing Batteries
Replacing Fuses
Remove and Install Halogen Bulb
Checking Neutral Start System
Changing Loader Buckets
Adding Front Counterweights
Adding Liquid Ballast to Front Tires—410G
Welding on Machine
Checking Ride Control Accumulator—If Equipped
Discharge Ride Control System Hydraulic Pressure—If Equipped
Discharge Pilot Control System Hydraulic Pressure—If Equipped
Lowering Boom Without Electrical
Power—For Machines With Pilot Controls
Check Park Brake
Bleeding Service Brakes
Service Recommendations For STC Fittings
Adjusting Speed Control Lever Tension (S.N.—913479)
Adjusting Speed Control Lever Tension (S.N. 913480—)
Adjusting Pilot Control Wrist Rest —If Equipped
Checking and Adjusting Toe-In (S.N. — 911143) 
Checking and Adjusting Toe-In (S.N. 911144—)
Installing Teeth on Backhoe Bucket
Checking Machine Cycle Times—410G
Do Not Service Control Valves, Cylinders, Pumps or Motors
Hardware Torque Specifications.
Keep ROPS Installed Properly
Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values

Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout
Operational Checkout Procedure
Gauge and Indicator Check With Engine Off
FNR, Neutral Start Circuit and Reverse Warning Alarm Checks 
Park Brake, Indicator Light, and Engine Speed Control Linkage Checks
Brake System Checks 
Steering System Checks
Hydraulic System Checks
Pilot Control Operation Checks—If Equipped
Check Operation Of Accessories (Engine Stopped)
Cab Component Checks
Miscellaneous Checks

Troubleshooting Procedure
Electrical System
Steering System
Hydraulic System
Gauges and Indicators
Rear Axle

Prepare Machine For Storage

Miscellaneous—Crime Prevention Tips
Help Prevent Crime
Record Construction Identification Numbers
Keep Proof of Ownership
Park Indoors Out of Sight
When Parking Outdoors
Reduce Vandalism
Report Thefts Immediately

410G Specifications
Ground Speeds—410G
410G Backhoe Loader Dimensions
410G Backhoe Loader
410G Backhoe Loader Weight
410G Backhoe Loader Drain and Refill Capacities
410G Backhoe Loader Lifting Capacities— Standard Dipperstick
410G Backhoe Loader Lifting Capacities—Extendible Dipperstick (Retracted)
410G Backhoe Loader Lifting Capacities—Extendible Dipperstick (Extended)

Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers
Record Product Identification Number (PIN)
Record Engine Serial Number
Record Transmission Serial Number— Powershift
Record Rear Axle Housing Serial Number
Record (MFWD) Front Axle Housing Serial Number—If Equipped