450H, 550H, 650H Operation TM1743_rev1

450H, 550H, 650H Operation TM1743_rev1

450H, 550H, 650H Operation TM1743_rev1

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Safety—Safety Features Instrument Panel (Later Machines)………. 2-1-4

Safety Features …………………… 1-1-1 Instrument Panel Functions (Later Machines). . 2-1-5

Safety—General Precautions Air Conditioning and Cab Heater—If

Recognize Safety Information………….. 1-2-1 Equipped ……………………… 2-1-9

Follow Safety Instructions…………….. 1-2-1 Windshield Wiper and Washer Controls …… 2-1-9

Operate Only If Qualified …………….. 1-2-2 Windshield Washer Reservoir………….. 2-1-9

Wear Protective Equipment …………… 1-2-2 Horn Switch …………………….. 2-1-10

Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications…. 1-2-2 Auxiliary Power Outlet—If Equipped …….. 2-1-10

Inspect Machine …………………… 1-2-3 Side Windows—Secondary Exits ………. 2-1-11

Stay Clear Of Moving Parts …………… 1-2-3 Adjust Non-Suspension Seat …………. 2-1-12

Avoid High-Pressure Fluids …………… 1-2-3 Adjust Suspension Seat—If Equipped …… 2-1-13

Beware Of Exhaust Fumes……………. 1-2-4 Adjust Armrest …………………… 2-1-13

Prevent Fires …………………….. 1-2-4 Seat Belt ………………………. 2-1-14 Prevent Battery Explosions……………. 1-2-4

Handle Chemical Products Safely……….. 1-2-5

Dispose Of Waste Properly Operation—Operating The Machine …………… 1-2-5

Prepare For Emergencies…………….. 1-2-5 Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting ……. 2-2-1

Add Cab Guarding For Special Uses Check Instruments Before Starting (Earlier …….. 1-2-6

Check Instruments Before Starting (Later Safety—Operating Precautions

Start Only From Operator’s Seat Machines) ……………………… 2-2-3 ……….. 1-3-1

Prevent Unintended Machine Movement ….. 1-3-1 Starting the Engine (Earlier Machines) ……. 2-2-4

Avoid Work Site Hazards …………….. 1-3-2 Starting the Engine (Later Machines) …….. 2-2-6

Keep Riders Off Machine Starting Fluid (Cold Weather Start Aid)—If …………….. 1-3-2

Avoid Backover Accidents ……………. 1-3-3 Equipped ……………………… 2-2-7

Avoid Machine Tip Over ……………… 1-3-3 Using Coolant Heater—If Equipped ……… 2-2-9

Safety—Maintenance Precautions Equipped …………………….. 2-2-10

Park And Prepare For Service Safely …….. 1-4-1 Using Booster Batteries—12 Volt System…. 2-2-20

Service Cooling System Safely…………. 1-4-1 Engine Warm-Up …………………. 2-2-21

Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating …. 1-4-2 Cold Weather Warm-Up …………….. 2-2-21

Make Welding Repairs Safely………….. 1-4-3 Driving the Machine with Standard FNR

Drive Metal Pins Safely ……………… 1-4-3 Lever (Earlier Machines)…………… 2-2-22

Safety—Safety Signs If Equipped ……………………. 2-2-23

Safety Signs ……………………… 1-5-1 FNR with Transmission Speed In Grip—If

Operation—Operator’s Station Driving the Machine using FNR with

Instrument Panel with Gauge Package— Transmission Speed In Grip—If Equipped (Earlier

If Equipped (Earlier Machines) ……….. 2-1-1 Machines) …………………….. 2-2-25

Instrument Panel Functions (Earlier

Machines) ……………………… 2-1-2 Continued on next page

Transmission Controller Display Window ….. 2-1-6

Machines) ……………………… 2-2-2

Operating Fuel-Fired Coolant Heater—If

Transmission Speed Reverse Ratio Knob—

Equipped …………………….. 2-2-24

All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on

the latest information available at the time of publication. The right is

reserved to make changes at any time without notice.

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Driving the Machine using FNR with Maintenance—As Required

Transmission Speed In Grip—If Equipped (Later Inspect Serpentine Belt ……………… 3-3-1

Machines) …………………….. 2-2-27 Check Track Sag ………………….. 3-3-2

Steering the Machine ………………. 2-2-28 Adjust Track Sag ………………….. 3-3-3

Steering using FNR with Transmission Operating in Mud or Snow ……………. 3-3-5

Speed In Grip Lever—If Equipped ……. 2-2-29 Check Blade Ball and Socket Joint………. 3-3-5

Using Engine Speed Control Lever……… 2-2-30

Travel Speed Using FNR Transmission Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily

Speed In the Grip—If Equipped ……… 2-2-30 Check Coolant Level ……………….. 3-4-1

Foot Pedals Check Engine Oil Level ……………… 3-4-2 …………………….. 2-2-31

Using Park Lock Lever Drain Water Separator Sediment ……….. 3-4-3 ……………… 2-2-31

Check Hydraulic Oil Level ……………. 3-4-3 Stopping the Machine………………. 2-2-32

Check Transmission Oil Level …………. 3-4-4 Parking the Machine……………….. 2-2-33

Clean Dust Unloader Valve …………… 3-4-4 Blade Pitch Operation………………. 2-2-34 Lubricate Dozer Linkage and Blade Socket . . . 3-4-5 Operating Blade ………………….. 2-2-35 Check Winch Oil—If Equipped …………. 3-4-5 Tilting Blade …………………….. 2-2-36

Angling Blade ……………………. 2-2-36 Maintenance—After 100 Hours Operating Winch—If Equipped ………… 2-2-37 Change Engine Break-In Oil and Filter ……. 3-5-1 Fasten Cable to Winch Drum—4000S

Series ……………………….. 2-2-38 Maintenance—Every 250 Hours Winch Free Spool Drag Adjustment …….. 2-2-41 Drain Final Fuel Filter Sediment ………… 3-6-1 Loading Machine on a Trailer…………. 2-2-42 Check Final Drives Oil Level ………….. 3-6-1 Releasing the Park Brake to Tow the Change Engine Oil and Filter (450H, Machine ……………………… 2-2-43 550H Earlier Machines and All 650H

Maintenance—Machine

Diesel Fuel ………………………. 3-1-1 Maintenance—Every 500 Hours

Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Conditioner………. 3-1-1 Change Engine Oil and Filter (450H, 550H

Dieselscan Fuel Analysis …………….. 3-1-2 Later Machines) …………………. 3-7-1

Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel ……….. 3-1-2 Check Air Intake Hose ………………. 3-7-2

Alternative And Synthetic Lubricants …….. 3-1-2 Replace Final Fuel Filter……………… 3-7-3

Diesel Engine Break-In Oil ……………. 3-1-3 Replace Primary Fuel Filter …………… 3-7-4

Diesel Engine Oil ………………….. 3-1-4 Check Coolant Conditioner in Radiator……. 3-7-6

Track Rollers, Front Idler and Carrier Check Battery Electrolyte Level and

Roller Oil………………………. 3-1-5 Terminals ……………………… 3-7-7

Transmission and Hydraulic Oil Change Winch Oil Filter—If Equipped ……. 3-7-9 ………… 3-1-5

Final Drive Oil ……………………. 3-1-6

Winch Oil Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours ………………………. 3-1-7

Grease Clean Engine Crankcase Ventilation Tube …. 3-8-1 …………………………. 3-1-8

Change Final Drives Oil ……………… 3-8-1 Diesel Engine Coolant ………………. 3-1-9

Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance Change Winch Oil and Filter—If Equipped …. 3-8-4

Service Your Machine at Specified Intervals. . . 3-2-1 Clean or Replace Winch Hydraulic Check the Hour Meter Regularly ……….. 3-2-1 Breather Filter—If Equipped …………. 3-8-6

Prepare Machine for Maintenance ………. 3-2-2

Fuel Tank ……………………….. 3-2-2 Maintenance—Every 2000 Hours

Maintenance And Repair Record Adjust Engine Valve Lash (Clearance) ……. 3-9-1

Keeping System …………………. 3-2-3 Change Hydraulic Oil and Filter ………… 3-9-1

Oilscan Plus®, Coolscan Plus®, Change Transmission Oil and Filter ……… 3-9-2

Dieselscan and 3-Way Coolant Test Kit …. 3-2-4

Service Intervals…………………… 3-2-5 Continued on next page

Machines) ……………………… 3-6-2

Replace Air Cleaner Elements …………. 3-8-2

Replace Dust Unloader Valve………….. 3-8-3

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Miscellaneous—Machine Air Restriction Indicator Check and

Drain the Cooling System…………….. 4-1-1 Reverse Warning Alarm Checks (Engine

Fill the Cooling System………………. 4-1-2 Off) …………………………. 4-2-13

Clean the Engine Air Precleaner Screen ….. 4-1-3 Neutral Start Switch and Start Circuit

Replace Engine Vibration Damper ………. 4-1-3 Checks ………………………. 4-2-14

Do Not Service Or Adjust Injection Hydraulic System Checks……………. 4-2-15

Nozzles Or Injection Pump ………….. 4-1-3 Undercarriage Checks ……………… 4-2-16

C-Frame Ball / Blade Socket Joint Accessory Checks ………………… 4-2-17

Adjustment …………………….. 4-1-4

Inspecting And Cleaning Dusty Miscellaneous—Troubleshooting

Secondary And Primary Element ……… 4-1-5 Troubleshooting Procedure……………. 4-3-1

Precautions for Alternator and Regulator ….. 4-1-6 Engine …………………………. 4-3-2

Handling, Checking And Servicing Batteries Electrical System ………………….. 4-3-6

Carefully ………………………. 4-1-7 Hydraulic System ………………….. 4-3-8

Replacing Batteries ………………… 4-1-9 Hydrostatic Transmission …………….. 4-3-9

Removing Batteries ……………….. 4-1-10 Gauges and Indicators ……………… 4-3-10

Fuse Specifications for ROPS Units (Earlier Transmission Controller Service Codes ….. 4-3-12

Machines) …………………….. 4-1-11

Fuse Specifications for ROPS Units (Later Miscellaneous—Storage

Machines) …………………….. 4-1-13 Prepare Machine For Storage …………. 4-4-1

Fuse Specifications for Cab Units—If

Equipped (Earlier Machines) ………… 4-1-15 Miscellaneous—Machine Numbers

Fuse Specifications for Cab Units—If General ………………………… 4-5-1

Equipped (Later Machines) …………. 4-1-17 Record Engine Serial Number …………. 4-5-1

Drain Fuel Tank Sump ……………… 4-1-19 Keep Machines Secure ……………… 4-5-2

Cleaning Fresh Cab Air Filter—If Equipped . . 4-1-20 Keep Proof of Ownership …………….. 4-5-2

Cleaning Cab Air Recirculation Filter—If

Equipped …………………….. 4-1-20 Miscellaneous—Specifications

Check Air Conditioner Refrigerant Level—If 450H Crawler Dozer Dimensions ……….. 4-6-1

Equipped …………………….. 4-1-21 450H Crawler Dozer Specifications ……… 4-6-3

Track Sag General Information………… 4-1-22 450H Crawler Dozer Weights ………….. 4-6-4

Adding Oil to the Roller …………….. 4-1-23 450H-LT Crawler Dozer Dimensions …….. 4-6-5

Do Not Service Control Valves and 450H-LT Crawler Dozer Specifications ……. 4-6-7

Cylinders 450H-LT Crawler Dozer Weights ……….. 4-6-8 ……………………… 4-1-23

450H-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions ……. 4-6-9 Adjusting Engine Speed Control Lever 450H-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications …. 4-6-11 Tension (Earlier Machines) …………. 4-1-24

450H-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ……… 4-6-12 Checking Neutral Start System………… 4-1-25

450H, 450H-LT and 450H-LGP Crawler Keep ROPS Installed Properly ………… 4-1-26 Dozer Drain and Refill Capacities …….. 4-6-13 Checking Track Shoe Cap Screw Torque…. 4-1-27 550H Crawler Dozer Dimensions ………. 4-6-14 Hardware Torque Specifications ……….. 4-1-28 550H Crawler Dozer Specifications …….. 4-6-16 Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque 550H Crawler Dozer Weights …………. 4-6-17 Values……………………….. 4-1-29 550H-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions …… 4-6-18 Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values . . . 4-1-30 550H-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications …. 4-6-20

Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout 550H and 550H-LGP Crawler Dozer

Operational Checkout……………….. 4-2-1 Drain and Refill Capacities …………. 4-6-22

Cooling System Checks ……………… 4-2-1 650H Crawler Dozer Dimensions ………. 4-6-23

Fuel System Checks ……………….. 4-2-3 650H Crawler Dozer Specifications …….. 4-6-25

Transmission Checks ……………….. 4-2-5 650H Crawler Dozer Weights …………. 4-6-26

Battery Disconnect Switch, Key Switch, 650H-LGP Crawler Dozer Dimensions …… 4-6-27

Display Monitor, Battery, And Hour Meter

Checks ……………………….. 4-2-9 Continued on next page

550H-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ……… 4-6-21

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650H-LGP Crawler Dozer Specifications …. 4-6-29

650H-LGP Crawler Dozer Weights ……… 4-6-30

650H-XLT Crawler Dozer Dimensions …… 4-6-31

650H-XLT Crawler Dozer Specifications….. 4-6-33

650H-XLT Crawler Dozer Weights ……… 4-6-34

650H, 650H-LGP and 650H-XLT

Crawler Dozer Drain and Refill

Capacities …………………….. 4-6-35

4000S Winch ……………………. 4-6-35

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