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John deere 329E & 333E Compact Track Loaders Official Operator's Manual
John deere 329E & 333E Compact Track Loaders Official Operator's Manual
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John deere 329E & 333E Compact Track Loaders Official Operator's Manual

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John deere 329E & 333E Compact Track Loaders Official Operator's Manual

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Models And Serial :

PIN: 1T0329E_ _ _E236704
PIN: 1T0333E_ _ _E236690

CONTENTS : 

Safety—Safety and Operator Conveniences
Safety and Operator Convenience Features .....1-1-1
Safety—General Precautions
Recognize Safety Information ...........................1-2-1
Follow Safety Instructions..................................1-2-1
Operate Only If Qualified ...................................1-2-1
Wear Protective Equipment...............................1-2-2
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications.......1-2-2
Inspect Machine ................................................1-2-2
Stay Clear of Moving Parts................................1-2-2
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids ...............................1-2-3
Avoid High-Pressure Oils ..................................1-2-3
Work In Ventilated Area.....................................1-2-4
Prevent Fires .....................................................1-2-4
Prevent Battery Explosions ...............................1-2-5
Handle Chemical Products Safely .....................1-2-5
Dispose of Waste Properly ................................1-2-5
Prepare for Emergencies...................................1-2-6
Clean Debris from Machine ...............................1-2-6
Safety—Operating Precautions
Use Steps and Handholds Correctly .................1-3-1
Start Only From Operator's Seat .......................1-3-1
Use and Maintain Seat Belt ...............................1-3-1
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement ..........1-3-2
Avoid Work Site Hazards...................................1-3-3
Keep Riders Off Machine ..................................1-3-3
Avoid Backover Accidents .................................1-3-4
Avoid Machine Tip Over ....................................1-3-4
Operating On Slopes .........................................1-3-4
Operating or Traveling On Public Roads...........1-3-5
Inspect and Maintain ROPS ..............................1-3-5
Add and Operate Attachments Safely ...............1-3-5
Safety—Maintenance Precautions
Park and Prepare for Service Safely .................1-4-1
Service Cooling System Safely .........................1-4-1
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating.........1-4-2
Make Welding Repairs Safely ...........................1-4-2
Drive Metal Pins Safely .....................................1-4-2
Handle Cab Door Safely....................................1-4-3
Clean Exhaust Filter Safely ...............................1-4-4
Safety—Safety Signs
Safety Signs ......................................................1-5-1
Operation—Operator’s Station
Machine Control ................................................2-1-1
Control Panel—Key Start ..................................2-1-2
Control Panel—Keyless Start ............................2-1-4
Sealed Switch Module (SSM)............................2-1-6
Gauges and Indicators ......................................2-1-8
Interlocking Seat Bar .........................................2-1-9
Cab Door—If Equipped ...................................2-1-10
Side Windows—If Equipped ............................2-1-16
Top Window .....................................................2-1-18
Rear Window (Secondary Exit) .......................2-1-18
Fire Extinguisher Location ...............................2-1-18
12-Volt Power Outlet........................................2-1-19
Windshield Wiper and Washer ........................2-1-19
Heating/Defrosting Controls—If Equipped.......2-1-19
Air Conditioning Controls—If Equipped ...........2-1-20
Seat Adjustment ..............................................2-1-20
Dome Light ......................................................2-1-22
Radio—If Equipped .........................................2-1-23
Horn Button—If Equipped................................2-1-24
Beacon—If Equipped.......................................2-1-24
Operation—Operating the Machine
Before Starting Work .........................................2-2-1
Operator's Daily Machine Check
Before Starting ..............................................2-2-1
Entering and Exiting Compact Track Loader.....2-2-2
Starting the Engine ............................................2-2-3
Cold Weather Starting .......................................2-2-5
Engine Block Heater—If Equipped ....................2-2-6
Engine Speed Control .......................................2-2-7
Stopping the Engine ..........................................2-2-8
Exhaust Filter.....................................................2-2-9
Boom Lock.......................................................2-2-11
Boom Release .................................................2-2-11
Steering—EH Controls ....................................2-2-12
Operating Boom—EH Controls .......................2-2-13
Operating Bucket—EH Controls......................2-2-16
Joystick Performance Package—If
Equipped .....................................................2-2-19
Transmission Response Rate (Travel
and Steer)—If Equipped..............................2-2-19
Switchable Controls—If Equipped ...................2-2-20
Hydraulic Response Rate (Boom and
Bucket)—If Equipped ..................................2-2-20
Creep Mode—If Equipped ...............................2-2-21
Attachment Mounting System—Quik-
Tatch™ ........................................................2-2-22
Auto-Idle ..........................................................2-2-24
Connecting and Disconnecting
Auxiliary Hydraulics.....................................2-2-25
Operating Auxiliary Hydraulics ........................2-2-26
Hydraulic System Pressure
Release—EH Controls ................................2-2-27
Self Leveling Hydraulics—If Equipped ............2-2-28
Ride Control—If Equipped...............................2-2-28
High Flow Hydraulics—If Equipped .................2-2-29
Two Speed Operation—If Equipped ................2-2-29
Loading Machine On a Trailer .........................2-2-30
Operation—Monitor Operation
Engagement and Monitor Unit (EMU) ...............2-3-1
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Normal Display................................2-3-2
Engagement and Monitor Unit (EMU)
Display Messages .........................................2-3-3
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu ......................................2-3-4
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Auxiliary
Hydraulic Override ........................................2-3-5
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Creep Limit ................2-3-5
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Courtesy Lighting.......2-3-6
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Fan Reverse
Interval ..........................................................2-3-6
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Codes ........................2-3-7
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Monitor.......................2-3-7
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Job Timer ...................2-3-8
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Auto-Idle ....................2-3-8
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Exhaust Filter.............2-3-9
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Exhaust
Filter—Auto Cleaning ..................................2-3-10
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Main Menu—Exhaust
Filter—Parked Cleaning ..............................2-3-11
Engagement and Monitor Unit
(EMU)—Anti-Theft—If Equipped.................2-3-12
Auto-Shutdown With Alarm .............................2-3-15
Operation—Track Information
Undercarriage Component Identification ...........2-4-1
Rubber Track Structure .....................................2-4-1
Rubber Track Usage .........................................2-4-2
Sprocket Teeth Wear .........................................2-4-3
Normal Break-In ................................................2-4-4
Normal Track Wear in Dirt Conditions ...............2-4-4
Rubber Track—Types of Damage .....................2-4-5
Maintenance—Machine
Diesel Fuel.........................................................3-1-1
Lubricity of Diesel Fuel ......................................3-1-1
Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel ......................3-1-2
BioDiesel Fuel ...................................................3-1-3
Testing Diesel Fuel ............................................3-1-4
Minimizing the Effect of Cold Weather
on Diesel Engines .........................................3-1-4
Operating in Cold Temperature Climates ..........3-1-5
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants .................3-1-5
Diesel Engine Break-In Oil ................................3-1-5
Diesel Engine Oil ...............................................3-1-6
Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals ..............3-1-7
Hydraulic and Hydrostatic Oil ............................3-1-8
Diesel Engine Coolant (engine without
wet sleeve cylinder liners) .............................3-1-9
Drain Intervals for Diesel Engine Coolant........3-1-10
John Deere COOL-GARD™ II Coolant
Extender......................................................3-1-10
Supplemental Coolant Additives......................3-1-11
Operating in Warm Temperature Climates ......3-1-11
Additional Information About Diesel
Engine Coolants and John Deere
COOL-GARD™ II Coolant Extender ...........3-1-12
Testing Diesel Engine Coolant.........................3-1-13
Hydrostatic Planetary Gear Case Oil...............3-1-14
Grease.............................................................3-1-14
Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance
Service Machine at Specified Intervals..............3-2-1
Fuel Tank ...........................................................3-2-1
Raising and Blocking Machine ..........................3-2-2
Raising Operator's Station.................................3-2-3
Opening and Closing Engine Cover ..................3-2-4
Engine Side Panels—Remove and Install.........3-2-4
Footwell Removal ..............................................3-2-6
Fluid Analysis Program Test Kits and
3-Way Coolant Test Kit..................................3-2-6
Service Intervals ................................................3-2-7
Required Parts...................................................3-2-8
Maintenance—As Required
Check and Clean Cooling Package...................3-3-1
Check Coolant ...................................................3-3-2
Check Cab Fresh Air and Recirculation
Air Filters—If Equipped .................................3-3-3
Check Fuel Tank Breather .................................3-3-4
Replace Primary Engine Air Filter .....................3-3-5
Replace Secondary Engine Air Filter.................3-3-6
Check and Drain Primary Fuel Filter
and Water Separator .....................................3-3-7
Check Accessory Drive Belt ..............................3-3-7
Service Exhaust Filter........................................3-3-8
Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily
Check Engine Oil Level .....................................3-4-1
Check Hydraulic Oil Level .................................3-4-2
Check Coolant Level .........................................3-4-3
Lubricate Boom Linkage, Cylinder
Pivot Points, and Quik-Tatch™ Linkage........3-4-4
Maintenance—Initial Service - 50 Hours
Change Hydrostatic Planetary Gear
Case Oil ........................................................3-5-1
Maintenance—Every 50 Hours
Lubricate Boom Linkage, Cylinder
Pivot Points, and Quik-Tatch™ Linkage........3-6-1
Check and Clean Dust Unloader Valve .............3-6-2
Check Track Tension .........................................3-6-3
Maintenance—Every 250 Hours
Take Engine Oil Sample ....................................3-7-1
Maintenance—Every 500 Hours
Change Engine Oil and Replace Oil Filter.........3-8-1
Replace Primary Fuel Filter and Water
Separator ......................................................3-8-2
Replace Final Fuel Filter....................................3-8-3
Replace Hydraulic Oil Reservoir Breather.........3-8-3
Replace Hydraulic Oil Filter ...............................3-8-4
Take Fluid Samples ...........................................3-8-4
Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours
Check Coolant ...................................................3-9-1
Replace Fuel Tank Breather ..............................3-9-1
Change Hydraulic Oil.........................................3-9-2
Change Hydrostatic Planetary Gear
Case Oil ........................................................3-9-3
Maintenance—Every 1500 Hours
Check and Adjust Engine Valve Lash..............3-10-1
Maintenance—Every 6000 Hours
Drain Cooling System......................................3-11-1
Flush Cooling System......................................3-11-2
Fill Cooling System..........................................3-11-3
Miscellaneous—Machine
Bleed Fuel System ............................................4-1-1
Do Not Service Control Valves,
Cylinders, Pumps, or Motors.........................4-1-1
Precautions for Alternator and Regulator ..........4-1-1
Handling Batteries Safely ..................................4-1-2
Using Battery Charger .......................................4-1-2
Using Booster Batteries—12-Volt System .........4-1-3
Removing Battery ..............................................4-1-4
Replacing Battery ..............................................4-1-4
Welding on Machine ..........................................4-1-5
Keep Electronic Control Unit
Connectors Clean .........................................4-1-5
Remove and Install Halogen Bulbs ...................4-1-6
Adding Rear Counterweights.............................4-1-7
Replacing Accessory Drive Belt ........................4-1-8
Replacing Fuses................................................4-1-9
Replacing Glow Plug Fuse ..............................4-1-10
Hardware Torque Specifications......................4-1-10
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values.....4-1-11
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values..............4-1-12
Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout
Operational Checkout........................................4-2-1
Miscellaneous—Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Procedure ...............................4-3-1
Engine ...............................................................4-3-2
Electrical System ...............................................4-3-3
Hydraulic System...............................................4-3-4
Miscellaneous—Machine Storage
Prepare Machine for Storage ............................4-4-1
Monthly Storage Procedure...............................4-4-2
Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers
Record Product Identification Number (PIN) .....4-5-1
Record Engine Serial Number...........................4-5-1
Keep Proof of Ownership ..................................4-5-1
Keep Machines Secure .....................................4-5-1
Miscellaneous—Specifications
329E Machine Dimensions................................4-6-1
329E Machine Specifications ............................4-6-2
333E Machine Dimensions................................4-6-3
333E Machine Specifications ............................4-6-4
329E Drain and Refill Capacities.......................4-6-4
333E Drain and Refill Capacities.......................4-6-5
Rated Operating Capacity .................................4-6-5
Pallet Fork Lift Chart..........................................4-6-5

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