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1. SERVICE MANUAL CX5080 Elevation / CX5090 Elevation CX5090 Laterale / CX5090 Hillside CX6080 Elevation / CX6090 Elevation CX6090 Laterale Combine Part number 47824864 English February 2015 © 2015 CNH Industrial Belgium N.V. All Rights Reserved. SERVICE MANUAL 1/3 Part number 47824864 CX5080 Elevation CX5090 Elevation CX5090 Laterale CX5090 Hillside CX6080 Elevation CX6090 Elevation CX6090 Laterale Combine

2. SERVICE MANUAL CX5000 Elevation series Tier IV CX6000 Elevation series Tier IV 47824864 14/01/2015 EN

3. Link Product / Engine Product Market Product Engine CX5090 Laterale Asia Pacific F4HFE613T*A005 CX5080 Elevation Europe F4HFE613U*A005 CX5090 Elevation Europe F4HFE613T*A005 CX5090 Laterale Middle East Africa F4HFE613T*A005 CX5090 Hillside Europe F4HFE613T*A005 CX5090 Laterale Europe F4HFE613T*A005 CX6090 Laterale Asia Pacific F2CFE613L*A CX6090 Elevation Europe F2CFE613L*A CX6090 Laterale Middle East Africa F2CFE613L*A CX6080 Elevation Europe F4HFE613T*A005 CX6090 Laterale Europe F2CFE613L*A 47824864 14/01/2015

4. Contents INTRODUCTION Engine....................................................................................... 10 [10.500] Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment ........................... 10.1 [10.001] Engine and crankcase ............................................................. 10.2 [10.450] Engine air compressor ............................................................. 10.3 Main gearbox and drive ............................................................... 14 [14.100] Main gearbox and drive ............................................................ 14.1 Transmission.............................................................................. 21 [21.114] Mechanical transmission ........................................................... 21.1 [21.130] Mechanical transmission external controls......................................... 21.2 [21.145] Gearbox internal components...................................................... 21.3 [21.182] Differential.......................................................................... 21.4 Front axle system ....................................................................... 25 [25.310] Final drives ......................................................................... 25.1 Rear axle system........................................................................ 27 [27.120] Planetary and final drives .......................................................... 27.1 [27.100] Powered rear axle.................................................................. 27.2 Hydrostatic drive......................................................................... 29 [29.100] Transmission and steering hydrostatic control ..................................... 29.1 [29.204] Reservoir, cooler, and lines ........................................................ 29.2 [29.218] Pump and motor components...................................................... 29.3 [29.202] Hydrostatic transmission ........................................................... 29.4 [29.300] Rear hydrostatic transmission...................................................... 29.5 Brakes and controls .................................................................... 33 [33.202] Hydraulic service brakes ........................................................... 33.1 [33.110] Parking brake or parking lock ...................................................... 33.2 47824864 14/01/2015

5. Hydraulic systems....................................................................... 35 [35.000] Hydraulic systems.................................................................. 35.1 [35.300] Reservoir, cooler, and filters........................................................ 35.2 [35.106] Variable displacement pump ....................................................... 35.3 [35.359] Main control valve.................................................................. 35.4 [35.610] Machine leveling control system ................................................... 35.5 [35.630] Machine lateral leveling system.................................................... 35.6 [35.640] Machine longitudinal leveling system .............................................. 35.7 [35.410] Header or attachment height system .............................................. 35.8 [35.602] Header or attachment leveling system ............................................. 35.9 [35.518] Reel control system .............................................................. 35.10 [35.760] Header reverser drive ............................................................ 35.11 Steering..................................................................................... 41 [41.101] Steering control .................................................................... 41.1 [41.200] Hydraulic control components...................................................... 41.2 [41.206] Pump ............................................................................... 41.3 [41.216] Cylinders ........................................................................... 41.4 [41.432] Autoguidance steering ............................................................. 41.5 Cab climate control ..................................................................... 50 [50.100] Heating ............................................................................. 50.1 [50.200] Air conditioning..................................................................... 50.2 Electrical systems....................................................................... 55 [55.000] Electrical system ................................................................... 55.1 [55.100] Harnesses and connectors......................................................... 55.2 [55.988] Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) electrical system ............................ 55.3 [55.640] Electronic modules ................................................................. 55.4 [55.019] Hydrostatic drive control system ................................................... 55.5 [55.051] Cab Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) controls................... 55.6 47824864 14/01/2015

6. [55.050] Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) control system................. 55.7 [55.404] External lighting .................................................................... 55.8 [55.405] External lighting switches and relays .............................................. 55.9 [55.834] Sieve electric control ............................................................. 55.10 [55.408] Warning indicators, alarms, and instruments .................................... 55.11 [55.785] Precision farming system ........................................................ 55.12 [55.426] Harvest material flow control system............................................. 55.13 Attachments/Headers.................................................................. 58 [58.105] Attachment/Header reel control system............................................ 58.1 [58.900] Belt feeding ........................................................................ 58.2 Product feeding .......................................................................... 60 [60.101] Feed roll............................................................................ 60.1 [60.105] Floating roll, feed chain, and drive ................................................. 60.2 [60.110] Feeder housing..................................................................... 60.3 [60.150] Feeder drive system ............................................................... 60.4 [60.122] Length-of-cut gearbox.............................................................. 60.5 Threshing .................................................................................. 66 [66.000] Threshing .......................................................................... 66.1 [66.330] Drum ............................................................................... 66.2 [66.321] Drum/Rotor variator with electrical control ......................................... 66.3 [66.105] Concave............................................................................ 66.4 [66.110] Concave control system............................................................ 66.5 Separation ................................................................................. 72 [72.350] Beater .............................................................................. 72.1 [72.420] Rotary separator ................................................................... 72.2 [72.410] Rotary separator drive system ..................................................... 72.3 [72.440] Straw-flow beater .................................................................. 72.4 [72.101] Straw walkers and shafts .......................................................... 72.5 47824864 14/01/2015

7. Cleaning.................................................................................... 74 [74.000] Cleaning............................................................................ 74.1 [74.101] Cleaning drive systems ............................................................ 74.2 [74.110] Grain pan........................................................................... 74.3 [74.114] Upper shaker shoe ................................................................. 74.4 [74.118] Lower shaker shoe ................................................................. 74.5 [74.130] Fan housing ........................................................................ 74.6 [74.136] Fan drive system ................................................................... 74.7 [74.140] Tailings return system .............................................................. 74.8 Crop storage / Unloading............................................................. 80 [80.101] Clean grain elevator................................................................ 80.1 [80.150] Grain tank .......................................................................... 80.2 [80.175] Grain tank unload drive system .................................................... 80.3 [80.180] Grain tank unload .................................................................. 80.4 Platform, cab, bodywork, and decals............................................. 90 [90.154] Cab doors and hatches ............................................................ 90.1 [90.105] Machine shields and guards ....................................................... 90.2 47824864 14/01/2015

8. INTRODUCTION 47824864 14/01/2015 1

9. INTRODUCTION Foreword IMPORTANT INFORMATION All repair and maintenance works listed in this manual must be carried out only by staff belonging to the NEW HOL- LAND Service network, strictly complying with the instructions given and using, whenever required, the special tools. Anyone who carries out the above operations without complying with the prescriptions shall be responsible for the subsequent damages. The manufacturer and all the organizations of its distribution chain, including - without limitation - national, regional or local dealers, reject any responsibility for damages due to the anomalous behavior of parts and/or components not approved by the manufacturer himself, including those used for the servicing or repair of the product manufactured or marketed by the Manufacturer. In any case, no warranty is given or attributed on the product manufactured or marketed by the Manufacturer in case of damages due to an anomalous behavior of parts and/or components not approved by the Manufacturer. No reproduction, though partial of text and illustrations allowed 47824864 14/01/2015 3

10. INTRODUCTION Foreword Technical Information This manual has been produced by a new technical information system. This new system is designed to deliver technical information electronically through CD-ROM and in paper manuals. A coding system called ICE has been developed to link the technical information to other Product Support functions, e.g. Warranty. Technical information is written to support the maintenance and servicing of the functions or systems of the customer's machine. When a customer has a concern about a machine, it is usually because a function or system in the machine is not working at all, not working efficiently, or not responding correctly to commands. When you refer to the technical information in this manual to resolve the customer's concern, you will find all the information classified using the new ICE coding, based on that machine's functions or systems. Once you have located the technical information for that function or system, you will find all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components, assemblies and sub-assemblies for that function or system. You will also find all the types of information that have been written for that function or system, the technical data (specifications), the functional data (how it works), the diagnostic data (fault codes and troubleshooting) and the service data (remove, install adjust, etc.). By integrating this new ICE coding into the technical information, you will be able to search for and retrieve the right piece of technical information needed to resolve the customer's concern about the machine. This is made possible by attaching 3 categories to each piece of technical information during the authoring process. The first category is the Location, the second category is the Information Type and the third category is the Product: • LOCATION - is the component or function on the machine that the technical information is going to describe, e.g. Fuel tank. • INFORMATION TYPE - is the technical information that has been written for a particular component or function on the machine, e.g. Capacity would be a type of Technical Data describing the amount of fuel held by the fuel tank. • PRODUCT - is the model for which the technical information is written. Every piece of technical information will have those 3 categories attached to it. You will be able to use any combination of those categories to find the right piece of technical information you need to resolve the customer's concern about the machine. This information could be: • the description of how to remove the cylinder head • a table of specifications for a hydraulic pump • a fault code • a troubleshooting table • a special tool 47824864 14/01/2015 4

11. INTRODUCTION How to Use this Manual This manual is divided into Sections. Each Section is then divided into Chapters. Contents pages are included at the beginning of the manual, then inside every Section and inside every Chapter. There is an alphabetic index at the end of every Chapter. Page number references are included for every piece of technical information listed in the Chapter Contents or Chapter Index. Each Chapter is divided into four Information types: • Technical Data (specifications) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and, assemblies. • Functional Data (how it works) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and assemblies. • Diagnostic Data (fault codes, electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, components and assemblies. • Service data (remove disassembly, assemble, install) for all the mechanical, electrical or hydraulic devices, com- ponents and assemblies. Sections Sections are grouped according to the machine's main functions or systems. Each Section is identified by a letter A, B, C etc. The number of Sections in the manual will depend on the type and function of the machine for which it is written. Each Section has a Contents page listed in alphabetic/numeric order. This table illustrates which Sections could be included in a manual for a particular product. SECTION A - Distribution Systems B - Power Production C - Power Train D - Travelling E - Body and Structure F - Frame Positioning G - Tool Positioning H - Working Arm J - Tools and Couplers K - Crop Processing L - Field Processing PRODUCT Tractors X X X X X X X X Vehicles with working arms: backhoes, excavator, front end loaders with shoes...... X X X X X X X X X Harvesters, forage harvesters, balers.... X X X X X X X X X X Seeder, planter, floater, pulverising equipment.... X X X X X X X X X Mounted equipment and tools..... X X X X 47824864 14/01/2015 5

12. INTRODUCTION Safety rules LEGAL OBLIGATIONS This machine may be equipped with special guarding or other devices in compliance with local legislation. Some to these require active use by the operator. Therefor, check local legislations on the usage of this machine. ACCIDENT PREVENTION Most accidents or injuries that occur in workshops are the result of non compliance to simple and fundamental safety principles. For this reason, IN MOST CASES THESE ACCIDENTS CAN BE AVOIDED by applying the fundamental safety principles, acting with the necessary caution and care. Accidents may occur with all types of machine, regardless of how well the machine in question was designed and built. CAUTION Unexpected machine movement! 1. Disengage all drives. 2. Engage parking brake. 3. Lower all attachments to the ground, or raise and engage all safety locks. 4. Shut off engine. 5. Remove key from key switch. 6. Switch off battery key, if installed. 7. Wait for all machine movement to stop. Failure to comply could result in minor or moderate injury. C0038A SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR FLUID POWER SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS - HY- DRAULICS (EUROPEAN STANDARD EN982) • Flexible hose assemblies must not be constructed from hoses which have been previously used as part of a hose assembly. • Do not weld hydraulic pipes: when flexible hoses or piping are damaged, replace them immediately. • It is forbidden to modify a hydraulic accumulator by machining, welding or any other way. • Before removing hydraulic accumulators for servicing, the liquid pressure in the accumulators must be reduced to zero. • Pressure check on hydraulic accumulators must be carried out by a method recommended by the accumulator manufacturer. • Take care not to exceed the maximum allowed pressure of the accumulator. After any check or adjustment, check for leakages or gas in the hoses or tubes. SAFETY RULES General guidelines • Carefully follow specified repair and maintenance procedures. • When appropriate, use P.P.E (Personal Protective Equipment) • Do not wear rings, wristwatches, jewellery, unbuttoned or loose articles of clothing such as: ties, torn clothing, scarves, open jackets or shirts with open zips that may remain entangled in moving parts. It is advised to wear approved safety clothing, e.g.: non-slip footwear, gloves, safety goggles, helmets, etc. • Do not carry out repair operations with someone sitting in the driver's seat, unless the person is a trained technician who is assisting with the operation in question. • Do not operate the machine or use any of the implements from different positions, other than the driver's seat. • Do not carry out operations on the machine with the engine running, unless specifically indicated. 47824864 14/01/2015 11

13. INTRODUCTION • Bring all hydraulic cylinders to the home positions (down, retracted, etc.) before engine shut down. • Stop the engine and check that the hydraulic circuits are pressure-free before removing caps, covers, valves, etc. • All repair and maintenance operations must be carried out using extreme care and attention. • Service steps and platforms used in the workshop or elsewhere should be built according to the applicable stan- dards and legislation. • Disconnect the Power Take-Off (PTO) and label the controls to indicate that the machine is being serviced. • Brakes are inoperative when manually released for repair or maintenance purposes. Use blocks or similar devices to secure the machine in these conditions. • Only use specified towing points for towing the machine. Connect parts carefully. Make sure that all pins and/or locks are secured in position before applying traction. Never remain near the towing bars, cables or chains that are operating under load. • When loading or unloading the machine from the trailer (or other means of transport), select a flat area capable of sustaining the trailer or truck wheels. Firmly secure the machine to the truck or trailer and lock the wheels in the position used by the carrier. • Electric heaters, battery-chargers and similar equipment must only be powered by auxiliary power supplies with efficient ground insulation to avoid electrical shock hazards. • Always use suitable hoisting or lifting devices when raising or moving heavy parts. • Keep bystanders away. • Never use gasoline, diesel oil or other inflammable liquids as cleaning agents. Use non-inflammable, non toxic commercially available solvents. • Wear safety goggles with side guards when cleaning parts with compressed air. • Never use open flames for lighting when working on the machine or checking for leaks. • When carrying out checks with the engine running, request the assistance of an operator in the driver's seat. The operator must maintain visual contact with the service technician at all times. • If operating outside the workshop, position the machine on a flat surface and lock in position. If working on a slope, lock the machine in position. Move to a flat area as soon as is safely possible. • Maintenance and repair operations must be carried out in a clean and dry area. Clean up any water or oil spillage immediately. • Do not create piles of oil or grease-soaked rags as they represent a serious fire hazard. Always store rags in a closed metal container. • Before engaging the machine, make sure that there are no persons within the machine or implement range of action. • Empty your pockets of all objects that may fall accidentally unobserved into the machine inner compartments. • When metal parts are sticking out, use protective goggles or goggles with side guards, helmets, special footwear and gloves. • When welding, use protective safety devices: tinted safety goggles, helmets, special overalls, gloves and footwear. All persons present in the area where welding is taking place must wear tinted goggles. NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE WELDING ARC WITHOUT SUITABLE EYE PROTECTION. 47824864 14/01/2015 12

14. SERVICE MANUAL Engine CX5000 Elevation series Tier IV CX6000 Elevation series Tier IV 47824864 14/01/2015 10

15. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)/AdBlue® tank - Remove NOTE: It is required to remove the rear right-hand side shield (1) to gain access to the DEF/AdBlue® tank. The shield (1) is secured to the machine frame at four lo- cations (A), (B), (C) and (D). ZEIL14CXM0123AZ 1 NOTE: Access to some of the hardware is through the straw walker inspection cover (2). ZEIL14CXM0131AA 2 CAUTION Heavy object! The component is heavy. Use care not to drop the component when installing, removing, or handling. Failure to comply could result in minor or mod- erate injury. C0095A 1. Use a suitable hoist and secure the rear right-hand side shield (1). ZEIL14CXM0123AA 3 2. Remove the hardware (3) and (4) from the rear right- hand side shield at the location (A) (see figure 1). ZEIL14CXM0124AA 4 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 3

16. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment 3. Remove the hardware (5) and the cover plate (6) at the location (B) (see figure 1). NOTE: Get access to the hardware (5) through the cover (2) (see figure 2). ZEIL14CXM0125AA 5 4. Remove the hardware (7) from the rear right-hand side shield (1) at the location (C) (see figure 1). ZEIL14CXM0127AA 6 5. Remove the hardware (8) from the rear right-hand side shield (1) at the location (D) (see figure 1). 6. Remove the rear right-hand side shield (1). ZEIL14CXM0126AA 7 7. On the DEF/AdBlue® tank (9), loosen the clamp (10) and remove the cover (11). 8. Disconnect the DEF/AdBlue® line (12). ZEIL14CXM0128AA 8 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 4

17. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment 9. Disconnect the electrical connector (13). 10. Mark and disconnect the DEF/AdBlue® lines (14) and (15). ZEIL14CXM0129AA 9 11. On the DEF/AdBlue® tank (9), remove the hardware (16). NOTE: Get access to the hardware (16) through the straw walker inspection cover (2) (see figure 2). ZEIL14CXM0130AA 10 CAUTION Heavy object! The component is heavy. Use care not to drop the component when installing, removing, or handling. Failure to comply could result in minor or mod- erate injury. C0095A 12. Secure the DEF/AdBlue® tank (9) with a suitable fork- lift and slings. 13. Support the DEF/AdBlue® tank (9) and remove the hardware (17). 14. Slowly remove the DEF/AdBlue® tank (9) from the machine frame. ZEIL14CXM0132AA 11 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 5

18. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)/AdBlue® tank - Install CAUTION Heavy object! The component is heavy. Use care not to drop the component when installing, removing, or handling. Failure to comply could result in minor or mod- erate injury. C0095A 1. Use a suitable forklift and install the DEF/AdBlue® tank (1) on the machine frame. 2. Support the DEF/AdBlue® tank (1) and install the hard- ware (2). ZEIL14CXM0132AA 1 3. Open the straw walker inspection cover (3). ZEIL14CXM0131AA 2 4. Install the hardware (4) through the straw walker in- spection cover (3) (see figure 2). ZEIL14CXM0130AA 3 5. Connect the electrical connector (5). 6. Connect the DEF/AdBlue® lines (6) and (7). NOTE: Use the marks previously applied. ZEIL14CXM0129AA 4 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 6

19. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment 7. Install the cover (8) and tighten the clamp (9). 8. Install the DEF/AdBlue® line (10). ZEIL14CXM0128AA 5 CAUTION Heavy object! The component is heavy. Use care not to drop the component when installing, removing, or handling. Failure to comply could result in minor or mod- erate injury. C0095A 9. Use a suitable hoist and align the rear right-hand side shield (11) to the machine frame. ZEIL14CXM0123AA 6 10. Install the upper left-hand side of the shield (11) on the machine frame. Use the hardware (12). Do not tighten yet. ZEIL14CXM0126AA 7 11. Install the upper right-hand side of the shield (11) on the machine frame. Use the cover plate (13) and the hardware (14). Do not tighten yet. NOTE: Get access to the hardware (14) through the straw walker inspection cover (3) (see figure 2). ZEIL14CXM0125AA 8 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 7

20. Engine - Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust treatment 12. Install the lower right-hand side of the shield (11) on the machine frame. Use the hardware (15) and (16). Do not tighten yet. ZEIL14CXM0124AA 9 13. Install the lower left-hand side of the shield (11) on the machine frame. Use the hardware (17). 14. Tighten all the hardware. ZEIL14CXM0127AA 10 47824864 14/01/2015 10.1 [10.500] / 8

21. Engine - Engine and crankcase Engine - Remove CX5000 Elevation series Tier IV Air filter - remove 1. Release the latch (1) and open the rotary dust screen door. ZEIL14CXM0064AA 1 2. Remove the hardware (2). Slide the cover plate (3) towards the grain tank and remove. ZEIL14CXM0040AA 2 3. Remove the hardware (4) and (5). Remove the cover plate (6). ZEIL14CXM0041AA 3 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 3

22. Engine - Engine and crankcase 4. Disconnect the electrical connector (7) from the air filter clog sensor. 5. Loosen the clamp (8) and disconnect the hose (9). 6. Loosen the clamp (10) and disconnect the hose (11). ZEIL14CXM0092AA 4 7. Remove the clamps (12) and separate the compressor hoses (13) from the air filter support. ZEIL14CXM0044AA 5 8. Remove the clamp (14) and disconnect the tube (15) from the air filter support. 9. Remove the clamp (16) and disconnect the hose (17) from the air filter support. ZEIL14CXM0157AA 6 10. Remove the hardware (18) and disconnect the air filter support (19) from the engine support. ZEIL14CXM0045AA 7 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 4

23. Engine - Engine and crankcase 11. Remove the hardware (20) and remove the air filter (21) along with the support (19) from the engine as- sembly. ZEIL14CXM0046AA 8 Left-hand side shield - remove 12. Remove the left-hand side shield (1). Refer to Side shields - Remove - Left-hand side (90.105). ZEIL14CXM0054AA 9 Coolant, engine oil and hydraulic oil - drain 13. On the right-hand side of the machine, place a suitable container below the coolant drain hose (1). ZEIL14CXM0042AA 10 14. On the radiator, open the valve (2) and drain the coolant in the container (see figure 10). ZEIL14CXM0043AA 11 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 5

24. Engine - Engine and crankcase 15. On the left-hand side of the machine, place a suitable container below the hydraulic oil drain hose (3) (short hose). 16. Remove the drain plug (4) and drain the hydraulic oil. 17. Place a suitable container below the engine oil drain hose (5). 18. Remove the drain plug (6) and drain the engine oil. ZEIL14CXM0072AA 12 19. Remove the banjo bolt (7) and the hose (8) from the oil sump. ZEIL14CXM0073AA 13 Air filter pipe, radiator pipe and exhaust pipe - remove 20. Loosen the clamps (1) and (2). Remove the pipe (15) (see also figure 6). 21. Loosen the clamps (3) and (4). Remove the hose (17) (see also figure 6). ZEIL14CXM0047AA 14 22. Loosen the clamp (5) and disconnect the exhaust pipe (6) from the turbo charger. ZEIL14CXM0093AA 15 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 6

25. Engine - Engine and crankcase 23. Disconnect the DEF/AdBlue® lines (7) and (8) from the dosing module. 24. Disconnect the electrical connector (9) from the dos- ing module. ZEIL14CXM0094AA 16 25. Loosen the clamp (10) and disconnect the exhaust pipe (6). 26. Support the exhaust pipe (6) with a suitable hoist. Re- move the hardware (11) and the support (12). Re- move the exhaust pipe (6). ZEIL14CXM0153AA 17 27. Remove the hardware (13) and disconnect the pipe (9) (see also figure 4) from the grain tank access lad- der. ZEIL14CXM0048AA 18 28. Loosen the clamp (14) and remove the pipe (9) (see also figure 4). ZEIL14CXM0049AA 19 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 7

26. Engine - Engine and crankcase 29. Loosen the clamps (15) and disconnect the hose (16) from the engine. ZEIL14CXM0050AA 20 Coolant reservoir - remove 30. Remove the cover (1) from the coolant reservoir (2). 31. Loosen the clamp (3) and disconnect the hose (4). 32. Disconnect the hose (5) from the coolant reservoir (2). ZEIL14CXM0095AA 21 33. Loosen the clamp (6) and disconnect the hose (7). 34. Remove the hardware (8) and the coolant reservoir (2) along with the support from the engine support. ZEIL14CXM0083AZ 22 Alternator, compressor and starter motor - remove 35. Release the tension and remove the alternator drive belt (1) and the fan belt (2). Use a crowbar if required. ZEIL14CXM0133AA 23 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 8

27. Engine - Engine and crankcase 36. Disconnect the electrical connectors of the compres- sor (3). 37. Remove the hardware (4) and the compressor (3) along with the air-conditioning pipes. NOTICE: The air-conditioning system pipes are under pressure. Do not disconnect. Refer to Air conditioning - Drain fluid (50.200) to discharge the system. ZEIL14CXM0051AA 24 38. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the alterna- tor (5). NOTE: The alternator (5) can be separated from the engine without removing the electrical connectors. ZEIL14CXM0052AA 25 39. Remove the hardware (6), (7) and (8). Remove the alternator (5) from the engine. ZEIL14CXM0050AZ 26 40. Remove the clamp (8). Disconnect the electrical con- nectors (9) of the starter motor. ZEIL14CXM0053AA 27 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 9

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29. Engine - Engine and crankcase Grain tank access ladder - remove 41. On the engine support, remove the hardware (1) from the grain tank access ladder (2). ZEIL14CXM0081AA 28 42. Remove the hardware (3) and the grain tank access ladder (2). ZEIL14CXM0062AA 29 Through the grain tank cover 43. Inside the grain tank, remove the cover (1). ZEIL10CX0027A0B 30 44. Remove the hydraulic pump drive belt (2) and the ro- tary dust screen drive belt (3). ZEIL14CXM0065AA 31 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 10

30. Engine - Engine and crankcase 45. Loosen the clamps (4), disconnect the inlet fuel line (5) and the return fuel line (6). 46. Remove the hardware (7) and the support (8) from the engine. ZEIL14CXM0393AA 32 47. Disconnect the connector (9) from the Engine Control Unit (ECU). Cut the tie-straps, if necessary. ZEIL14CXM0392AA 33 Hydraulic oil reservoir, hoses and pipes - remove NOTE: Avoid the oil spill and the dirt entry. Plug all the hoses after removal. 48. Loosen the nut (1) and disconnect the hose (2) from the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). 49. Loosen the clamp (3) and remove the hydraulic hose (4) from the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). ZEIL14CXM0071AA 34 50. Loosen the clamp (5) and remove the hydraulic hose (6). 51. Loosen the clamp (7) and remove the hydraulic hose (8) from the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). ZEIL14CXM0075AA 35 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 11

31. Engine - Engine and crankcase 52. Remove the hydraulic hoses (10) and (11) from the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). 53. Remove the hydraulic hoses (12) and (13) from the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). ZEIL14CXM0082AA 36 54. Remove the hoses (14) and (15) from the hydraulic filter assembly. ZEIL14CXM0063AA 37 55. Remove the hardware (16) on the right-hand side of the hydraulic oil reservoir (9). ZEIL14CXM0121AA 38 56. Remove the hardware (17) on the left-hand side and disconnect the electrical connector (18). 57. Use a suitable hoist and remove the hydraulic oil reservoir (9) from the machine. ZEIL14CXM0091AA 39 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 12

32. Engine - Engine and crankcase 58. Disconnect the hydraulic tube (19). ZEIL14CXM0080AA 40 59. Remove the hardware (20) and the support (21) from the hydraulic tubes (19) and (22). 60. Loosen the nut (23) and disconnect the hydraulic tube (22). ZEIL14CXM0077AA 41 61. Remove the hardware (24) and support (25) from the hydraulic tubes (12) and (28). 62. Loosen the nuts (26) and (27). Remove the hydraulic tubes (12) and (28). ZEIL14CXM0079AA 42 63. Loosen the nut (29) and remove the other end of the hydraulic tube (28) from the machine. ZEIL14CXM0082AA 43 47824864 14/01/2015 10.2 [10.001] / 13

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