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John Deere 13.5 L OEM Diesel Engines (Tier3 Stage III A Platform) Official OPERATOR'S MANUAL
John Deere 13.5 L OEM Diesel Engines (Tier3 Stage III A Platform) Official OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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John Deere 13.5 L OEM Diesel Engines (Tier3 Stage III A Platform) Official OPERATOR'S MANUAL

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John Deere 13.5 L OEM Diesel Engines
(Tier3 Stage III A Platform) OPERATOR'S MANUAL

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OMRG36873 ISSUE 23MAR15 (ENGLISH)

CONTENTS : 

Record Engine Serial Number............................01-1
Engine Option Codes .........................................01-2
Record Engine Control Unit (ECU)
Serial Number ................................................01-3
Record Rear Power Take-Off (PTO)
Serial Number (If Equipped)...........................01-4
Safety
Lubricity of Diesel Fuel .......................................10-2
Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel .......................10-2
BioDiesel Fuel ....................................................10-3
Testing Diesel Fuel .............................................10-4
Fuel Filters..........................................................10-4
Minimizing the Effect of Cold Weather
on Diesel Engines ..........................................10-5
Diesel Engine Break-In Oil —
Non-Emissions Certified and
Certified Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, Stage
I, Stage II, and Stage III .................................10-6
Diesel Engine Oil — Tier 3 and Stage III............10-7
Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals
— Tier 3 and Stage IIIA — OEM
Applications....................................................10-8
Diesel Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals ....10-9
Mixing of Lubricants............................................10-9
Understand Signal Words...................................05-1
Recognize Safety Information ............................05-1
Replace Safety Signs .........................................05-1
Follow Safety Instructions...................................05-2
California Proposition 65 Warning ......................05-2
Avoid Hot Exhaust ..............................................05-2
Work In Ventilated Area......................................05-2
Dispose of Waste Properly .................................05-3
Prevent Machine Runaway.................................05-3
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants ................10-10
Lubricant Storage .............................................10-10
Oil Filters ..........................................................10-10
Diesel Engine Coolant (engine with
wet sleeve cylinder liners) ............................ 10-11
Water Quality for Mixing with Coolant
Concentrate..................................................10-12
Operating in Warm Temperature Climates .......10-12
Testing Coolant Freeze Point ...........................10-13
Disposing of Coolant ........................................10-13
Practice Safe Maintenance.................................05-4
Work in Clean Area ............................................05-4
Wear Protective Clothing....................................05-5
Service Machines Safely ....................................05-5
Use Proper Tools................................................05-5
Support Machine Properly ..................................05-6
Use Proper Lifting Equipment.............................05-6
Protect Against Noise .........................................05-6
Illuminate Work Area Safely ...............................05-7
Install All Guards ................................................05-7
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines........................05-7
Protect Against High Pressure Spray .................05-8
Service Cooling System Safely ..........................05-8
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating..........05-8
Do Not Open High-Pressure Fuel System..........05-9
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids ................................05-9
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines ......05-9
Avoid Static Electricity Risk When Refueling....05-10
Handle Fuel Safely—Avoid Fires......................05-10
Prepare for Emergencies.................................. 05-11
Handle Starting Fluid Safely ............................. 05-11
Handling Batteries Safely .................................05-12
Prevent Acid Burns...........................................05-13
Prevent Battery Explosions ..............................05-13
Live With Safety................................................05-14
Instrument Panel and Diagnostic Gauge
Instrument Panels...............................................15-1
Using Diagnostic Gauge to Access
Engine Information .........................................15-3
Main Menu Navigation........................................15-3
Engine Configuration Data .................................15-5
Accessing Stored Trouble Codes .......................15-7
Accessing Active Trouble Codes........................15-9
Engine Shutdown Codes.................................. 15-11
Adjusting Backlighting ......................................15-12
Adjusting Contrast ............................................15-14
Selecting Units Of Measurement......................15-15
Setup 1-Up Display...........................................15-17
Setup 4-Up Display...........................................15-23
John Deere PowerSight....................................15-27
Fuels, Lubricants, and Coolant
Diesel Fuel..........................................................10-1
Supplemental Diesel Fuel Additives ...................10-1
Engine Operation
Engine Break-In Service.....................................20-1
Auxiliary Gear Drive Limitations .........................20-3
Generator Set (Standby) And All Other
OEM Engine Applications ..............................20-3
Starting the Engine.............................................20-4
Restarting Engine Which Has Run Out
Of Fuel ...........................................................20-5
Warming Engine .................................................20-6
Normal Engine Operation ...................................20-6
Cold Weather Operation.....................................20-7
Changing Engine Speed.....................................20-8
Avoid Excessive Engine Idling............................20-9
Stopping the Engine .........................................20-10
Using a Booster Battery or Charger ................. 20-11
Lubrication & Maintenance — 2500 Hours
Checking and Adjusting Engine Valve
Clearance and Electronic Unit
Injector Preload ..............................................45-1
Do Not Modify Fuel System................................45-1
Service as Required
Lubrication and Maintenance
Observe Service Intervals ..................................25-1
Use Correct Fuels, Lubricants, and Coolant.......25-1
Lubrication and Maintenance Service
Additional Service Information............................50-1
Adding Coolant...................................................50-1
Pre-Start Cleaning Guide ...................................50-2
Flushing and Refilling Cooling System ...............50-3
Replacing Air Cleaner Filter Elements................50-6
Draining Fuel Filter Water Separator Bowl .........50-7
Bleeding Fuel System (Earlier Engines).............50-8
Bleeding Fuel System (Later Engines) ...............50-8
Replacing Fan/Alternator V-Belts .......................50-9
V-Belt Routing ..................................................50-10
Interval Chart—Industrial Unit and
Generator (Prime Power) ...............................25-2
Checking Fuses................................................50-10
Air Compressors...............................................50-10
Rear Power Take-Off (PTO) ............................. 50-11
Lubrication and Maintenance Service
Interval Chart—Generator (Standby)
Applications....................................................25-3
Troubleshooting
Lubrication & Maintenance — Daily
Daily Prestarting Checks ....................................30-1
Lubrication & Maintenance — 500 Hours/12
Months
Servicing Fire Extinguisher.................................35-1
Servicing Battery ................................................35-1
Changing Engine Oil and Replacing Oil Filter ....35-3
Visually Inspecting Coolant Pump ......................35-5
Replacing Fuel Filters/Cleaning Water
Separator (Earlier Engines)............................35-5
Replacing Fuel Filters/Cleaning Water
Separator (Later Engines)..............................35-9
Checking and Adjusting Engine Speeds .......... 35-11
Checking Engine Mounts.................................. 35-11
Checking Crankcase Vent Tube and Valve ...... 35-11
Checking Air Intake System .............................35-12
Check Engine Electrical Ground Connection ...35-12
Checking Belt Tensioner Spring
Tension and Belt Wear .................................35-13
Checking Cooling System ................................35-14
Testing Diesel Engine Coolant..........................35-15
Replenishing Supplemental Coolant
Additives (SCAs) Between Coolant
Changes.......................................................35-16
Pressure Testing Cooling System.....................35-17
Lubrication & Maintenance — 2000 Hours/24
Months
General Troubleshooting Information .................55-1
Instrument Panel Method for Retrieving
Diagnostic Trouble Codes ..............................55-2
Displaying Of Diagnostic Trouble
Codes (DTCs) ................................................55-2
Listing of Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) ......55-3
Intermittent Fault Diagnostics .............................55-9
Displaying Diagnostic Gauge Software ..............55-9
Engine Troubleshooting.................................... 55-11
Engine Troubleshooting (Continued)................55-13
Electrical Troubleshooting ................................55-15
Lubrication System Troubleshooting ................55-17
Cooling System Troubleshooting......................55-20
Air Intake and Exhaust System
Troubleshooting............................................55-22
Low Pressure Fuel System Troubleshooting....55-24
Electrical System Layout ..................................55-26
Electrical System Layout- Continued................55-27
Precautions for Welding on Vehicles
Equipped with Electronic Engine
Control Unit (ECU) .......................................55-28
Precautions for Electrical System
When Steam Cleaning Engine .....................55-28
Engine Wiring Diagram (Engines With
Full-Featured Instrument Panel) ..................55-29
Engine Wiring Diagram (Engines With
Full-Featured Instrument Panel)
(Continued) ..................................................55-30
Engine Wiring Diagram (Engines With
Full-Featured Instrument Panel)
(Continued) ..................................................55-31
Checking Crankshaft Vibration Damper .............40-1
Testing Thermostats Opening Temperature .......40-2
Storage
Engine Storage Guidelines.................................60-1
Preparing Engine for Long Term Storage ...........60-2
Removing Engine from Long Term Storage .......60-3
Specifications
General OEM Engine Specifications ..................65-1
Engine Power Ratings And Fuel
System Specifications ....................................65-4
Engine Crankcase Oil Fill Quantities ..................65-5
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values........65-6
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values.................65-7
Lubrication and Maintenance Records
Using Lubrication and Maintenance Records.....70-1
Daily (Prestarting) Service..................................70-1
500 Hours of Operation/or 12 Months Service ...70-1
2000 Hours of Operation/or 24 Months Service ..70-2
2500 Hours of Operation Service .......................70-2
Service as Required ...........................................70-2
Warranty
John Deere Warranty in OEM Applications ........75-1
Emissions Control System Certification Label....75-4
EPA Non-road Emissions Control
Warranty Statement—Compression Ignition ..75-5
CARB Non-road Emissions Control
Warranty Statement—Compression Ignition ..75-7

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