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John deere 450J 550J 650J Crawler Dozer Official Operator's Manual
John deere 450J 550J 650J Crawler Dozer Official Operator's Manual
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John deere 450J 550J 650J Crawler Dozer Official Operator's Manual

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John deere 450J 550J & 650J Crawler Dozer Official Operator's Manual

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Models And Serial :

S.N. —159986 

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 Oil ....................................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
Add Cab Guarding For Special Uses ................1-2-6
Clean Debris from Machine ...............................1-2-6
Safety—Operating Precautions
Start Only From Operator's Seat .......................1-3-1
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement ..........1-3-1
Avoid Work Site Hazards...................................1-3-1
Keep Riders Off Machine ..................................1-3-2
Avoid Backover Accidents .................................1-3-2
Avoid Machine Tip Over ....................................1-3-3
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
Safety—Safety Signs
Safety Signs ......................................................1-5-1
Replace Safety Signs ........................................1-5-2
Operation—Operator's Station
Instrument Panel (S.N. —141178).....................2-1-1
Instrument Panel Functions (S.N. —141178) ....2-1-2
Instrument Panel (S.N. 141179— )....................2-1-4
Instrument Panel Functions (S.N.
141179— ).....................................................2-1-5
Warm-Up Indicator ............................................2-1-6
Transmission Controller Display Window ..........2-1-7
Air Conditioning and Cab Heater.......................2-1-9
Windshield Wiper and Washer Controls............2-1-9
Horn Switch .....................................................2-1-10
Auxiliary Power Outlet—If Equipped ...............2-1-10
Side Windows—Secondary Exits ....................2-1-11
Adjust Non-Suspension Seat...........................2-1-11
Adjust Suspension Seat—If Equipped.............2-1-12
Adjust Armrest .................................................2-1-12
Seat Belt ..........................................................2-1-12
Operation—Operating The Machine
Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting ..............2-2-1
Check Instruments Before Starting
(S.N. —141178) ............................................2-2-2
Check Instruments Before Starting
(S.N. 141179— ) ...........................................2-2-3
Starting the Engine ............................................2-2-4
Starting Fluid (Cold Weather Start
Aid)—If Equipped (S.N. —141178) ...............2-2-6
Starting Fluid (Cold Weather Start
Aid)—If Equipped (S.N. 141179— ) ..............2-2-7
Using Coolant Heater—If Equipped ..................2-2-8
Operating Fuel-Fired Coolant
Heater—If Equipped......................................2-2-9
Engine Warm-Up .............................................2-2-16
Cold Weather Warm-Up ..................................2-2-16
Transmission Speed Reverse Ratio Knob.......2-2-16
Transmission Control Lever (TCL) ..................2-2-17
Driving the Machine.........................................2-2-17
Steering the Machine.......................................2-2-18
Using Engine Speed Control Knob..................2-2-18
Travel Speed Using Transmission
Control Lever (TCL) ....................................2-2-19
Decelerator/Brake Pedal .................................2-2-19
Using Park Lock Lever ....................................2-2-20
Stopping the Machine......................................2-2-20
Parking the Machine........................................2-2-21
Blade Pitch Operation......................................2-2-21
Operating Blade...............................................2-2-22
Tilting Blade.....................................................2-2-23
Angling Blade ..................................................2-2-23
Blade Control Lever—Operation .....................2-2-24
Avoid Track Damage .......................................2-2-25
Ripper Control Lever—If Equipped..................2-2-26
Operating Winch—If Equipped ........................2-2-27
Fasten Cable to Winch Drum—4000S Series ..2-2-28
Winch Free Spool Drag Adjustment ................2-2-31
Loading Machine on a Trailer ..........................2-2-32
Releasing Park Brake to Tow the Machine......2-2-33
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main Menu ..2-2-35
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Codes .............................................2-2-35
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Codes—Active Codes ....................2-2-35
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Codes—Stored Codes....................2-2-35
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Machine Settings ............................2-2-36
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Machine Settings—Job Timer.........2-2-36
Standard Display Monitor
(SDM) Main Menu—Machine
Settings—Controller Info .............................2-2-36
Standard Display Monitor
(SDM) Main Menu—Machine
Settings—Hydraulics (IGC
Machines Only) ...........................................2-2-36
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Diagnostic.......................................2-2-37
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Diagnostic—Live Values.................2-2-37
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Monitor............................................2-2-37
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Monitor—Units................................2-2-37
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Monitor—Monitor Config.................2-2-37
Standard Display Monitor (SDM) Main
Menu—Monitor—Contrast ..........................2-2-38
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 .........................................3-1-5
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants .................3-1-6
Diesel Engine Oil ...............................................3-1-6
Diesel Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals ...3-1-7
Track Rollers, Front Idler and Carrier
Roller Oil .......................................................3-1-7
Transmission and Hydraulic Oil.........................3-1-8
Final Drive and Winch Oil ..................................3-1-9
Grease.............................................................3-1-10
Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Coolant .................3-1-11
Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance
Service Your Machine at Specified Intervals .....3-2-1
Check the Hour Meter Regularly .......................3-2-1
Prepare Machine for Maintenance ....................3-2-1
Fuel Tank ...........................................................3-2-1
Fluid Analysis Program Test Kits and
3-Way Coolant Test Kit..................................3-2-2
Service Intervals ................................................3-2-3
Required Parts...................................................3-2-4
Maintenance—As Required
Inspect Serpentine Belt .....................................3-3-1
Check Track Sag ...............................................3-3-2
Adjust Track Sag ...............................................3-3-3
Operating in Mud or Snow.................................3-3-4
Check Blade Ball and Socket Joint....................3-3-4
Inspecting and Cleaning Dusty Primary
Element .........................................................3-3-5
Check Coolant ...................................................3-3-6
Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily
Check Coolant Level .........................................3-4-1
Check Engine Oil Level .....................................3-4-2
Grease Adjustable Pitch Link ............................3-4-2
Drain Water Separator Sediment ......................3-4-3
Check Hydraulic Oil Level .................................3-4-3
Check Transmission Oil Level ...........................3-4-4
Clean Dust Unloader Valve ...............................3-4-4
Grease Dozer Linkage and Blade Socket .........3-4-5
Check Winch Oil—If Equipped ..........................3-4-6
Maintenance—Every 50 Hours
Grease Ripper—If Equipped .............................3-5-1
Maintenance—Initial Service - 250 Hours
Drain and Refill Engine Break-In Oil
and Replace Filter .........................................3-6-1
Maintenance—Every 250 Hours
Drain Final Fuel Filter Sediment ........................3-7-1
Check Final Drives Oil Level .............................3-7-1
Check and Adjust Blade Pivot
Clearance—If Equipped ................................3-7-2
Take Engine Oil Sample ....................................3-7-2
Maintenance—Every 500 Hours
Drain and Refill Engine Oil and Replace Filter ..3-8-1
Check Air Intake Hose.......................................3-8-1
Replace Final Fuel Filter....................................3-8-2
Replace Primary Fuel Filter ...............................3-8-3
Check Battery Electrolyte Level and Terminals ..3-8-4
Replace Winch Oil Filter—If Equipped ..............3-8-6
Take Fluid Samples ...........................................3-8-6
Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours
Clean Engine Crankcase Ventilation Tube ........3-9-1
Change Final Drives Oil.....................................3-9-1
Replace Air Cleaner Elements ..........................3-9-2
Replace Dust Unloader Valve............................3-9-2
Drain and Refill Winch Oil and Replace
Filter—If Equipped ........................................3-9-3
Clean or Replace Winch Hydraulic
Breather Filter—If Equipped..........................3-9-4
Check Coolant ...................................................3-9-4
Maintenance—Every 2000 Hours
Adjust Engine Valve Lash (Clearance) ............3-10-1
Drain and Refill Hydraulic Oil and
Replace Filter ..............................................3-10-1
Change Transmission Oil and Filter ................3-10-3
Miscellaneous—Machine
Drain the Cooling System..................................4-1-1
Fill the Cooling System......................................4-1-2
Clean the Engine Air Precleaner Screen...........4-1-2
Blade Installation—Initial ...................................4-1-3
Blade Pitch Linkage Adjustment........................4-1-5
Do Not Service or Adjust Injection
Nozzles or Injection Pump ............................4-1-5
Inspecting and Cleaning Dusty Primary
Element .........................................................4-1-6
Precautions for Alternator and Regulator ..........4-1-6
Handling, Checking and Servicing
Batteries Carefully.........................................4-1-7
Using Battery Charger .......................................4-1-8
Using Booster Batteries—12 Volt System .........4-1-9
Replacing Batteries .........................................4-1-10
Removing Batteries .........................................4-1-11
JDLink™ Machine Monitoring System
(MMS)—If Equipped....................................4-1-11
Fuse Specifications for ROPS Units
(S.N. —153833) ..........................................4-1-13
Fuse Specifications for Cab Units—If
Equipped (S.N. —150490) ..........................4-1-15
Fuse Specification—IGC Machines.................4-1-16
Fuse Specifications (S.N. 150491— ) .............4-1-17
Drain Fuel Tank Sump .....................................4-1-18
Cleaning Fresh Cab Air Filter—If Equipped ....4-1-19
Cleaning Cab Air Recirculation
Filter—If Equipped ......................................4-1-19
Check Air Conditioner Refrigerant
Level—If Equipped......................................4-1-20
Track Sag General Information .......................4-1-21
Adding Oil to the Roller....................................4-1-22
Checking Track Carrier Roller Oil Level ..........4-1-22
Do Not Service Control Valves and Cylinders ..4-1-23
Checking Neutral Start System (S.N.
—141178)....................................................4-1-24
Keep ROPS Installed Properly ........................4-1-25
Checking Track Shoe Cap Screw Torque........4-1-25
Hardware Torque Specifications......................4-1-26
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values..............4-1-27
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values.....4-1-28
Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout
Operational Checkout........................................4-2-1
Miscellaneous—Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Procedure ...............................4-3-1
Engine ...............................................................4-3-2
Electrical System ...............................................4-3-5
Hydraulic System...............................................4-3-7
Hydrostatic Transmission ..................................4-3-8
Gauges and Indicators ......................................4-3-9
Access Diagnostic Trouble Codes
(DTCs) (S.N. —141178)..............................4-3-10
Access Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) ......4-3-11
Engine Control Unit (ECU) Diagnostic
Trouble Codes.............................................4-3-11
Monitor Display Unit (MDU) Diagnostic
Trouble Codes (S.N. —141178) ..................4-3-12
Standard Display Monitor (SDM)
Diagnostic Trouble Codes ...........................4-3-12
Transmission Controller Unit (TCU)
Diagnostic Trouble Codes ...........................4-3-12
Miscellaneous—Storage
Prepare Machine for Storage ............................4-4-1
Monthly Storage Procedure...............................4-4-2
Avoid Track Damage .........................................4-4-3
Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers
General..............................................................4-5-1
Record Engine Serial Number...........................4-5-1
Keep Machines Secure .....................................4-5-1
Keep Proof of Ownership ..................................4-5-2
Miscellaneous—Specifications
450J-LT Crawler Dozer Dimensions..................4-6-1
450J-LT Crawler Dozer Specifications ..............4-6-3
450J-LT Crawler Dozer Weights........................4-6-4
450J-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions...............4-6-5
450J-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications ...........4-6-7
450J-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ....................4-6-8
450J-LT and 450J-LGP Crawler Dozer
Drain and Refill Capacities............................4-6-8
550J-LT Crawler Dozer Dimensions..................4-6-9
550J-LT Crawler Dozer Specifications ............4-6-11
550J-LT Crawler Dozer Weights......................4-6-12
550J-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions.............4-6-13
550J-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications .........4-6-15
550J-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ..................4-6-16
550J-LT and 550J-LGP Crawler Dozer
Drain and Refill Capacities..........................4-6-17
650J-LT Crawler Dozer Dimensions................4-6-18
650J-LT Crawler Dozer Specifications ............4-6-20
650J-LT Crawler Dozer Weights......................4-6-21
650J-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions.............4-6-22
650J-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications .........4-6-24
650J-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ..................4-6-25
650J-XLT Crawler Dozer Dimensions .............4-6-26
650J-XLT Crawler Dozer Specifications ..........4-6-28
650J-XLT Crawler Dozer Weights ...................4-6-29
650J, 650J-LGP and 650J-XLT Crawler
Dozer Drain and Refill Capacities ...............4-6-30
550J and 650J Parallelogram Ripper ..............4-6-31
4000S Winch ...................................................4-6-32

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