New holland l221 tier 4 b final [nem479941 ]north america skid steer loader service repair manual

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1. Part number 47851950 English May 2015 Replaces part number 47712047 SERVICE MANUAL Printed in U.S.A. © 2015 CNH Industrial America LLC. All Rights Reserved. New Holland is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliates. L221 / L228 Tier 4B (final) 200 Series Skid Steer Loader L221 PIN NEM479941 and above; L228 PIN NFM401546 and above C227 / C232 Tier 4B (final) 200 Series Compact Track Loader C227 PIN NDM471836 and above; C232 PIN NFM402195 and above

2. Link Product / Engine Product Market Product Engine C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] North America F5HFL463A*F001 C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] Europe F5HFL463A*F001 C232 TIER 4B (FINAL) North America F5HFL463A*F001 C232 TIER 4B (FINAL) Europe F5HFL463A*F001 L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] North America F5HFL463A*F001 L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] Europe F5HFL463A*F001 L228 TIER 4B (FINAL) Europe F5HFL463A*F001 L228 TIER 4B (FINAL) North America F5HFL463A*F001 47851950 14/05/2015

3. Contents INTRODUCTION Engine....................................................................................... 10 [10.001] Engine and crankcase ............................................................. 10.1 [10.216] Fuel tanks .......................................................................... 10.2 [10.501] Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) - Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) exhaust treatment .................................................................................... 10.3 [10.400] Engine cooling system ............................................................. 10.4 [10.414] Fan and drive ...................................................................... 10.5 [10.304] Engine lubrication system.......................................................... 10.6 Power coupling........................................................................... 19 [19.121] Pump-drive assembly .............................................................. 19.1 Front axle system ....................................................................... 25 [25.450] Chain drive system................................................................. 25.1 Rear axle system........................................................................ 27 [27.650] Chain drive system................................................................. 27.1 Hydrostatic drive......................................................................... 29 [29.200] Mechanical control ................................................................. 29.1 [29.218] Pump and motor components...................................................... 29.2 [29.202] Hydrostatic transmission ........................................................... 29.3 [29.134] Two-speed assembly............................................................... 29.4 Brakes and controls .................................................................... 33 [33.110] Parking brake or parking lock ...................................................... 33.1 Hydraulic systems....................................................................... 35 [35.000] Hydraulic systems.................................................................. 35.1 [35.300] Reservoir, cooler, and filters........................................................ 35.2 [35.104] Fixed displacement pump.......................................................... 35.3 47851950 14/05/2015

4. [35.359] Main control valve.................................................................. 35.4 [35.525] Auxiliary hydraulic valves and lines ................................................ 35.5 [35.600] High flow hydraulics................................................................ 35.6 [35.724] Front loader hydraulic system control.............................................. 35.7 [35.701] Front loader arm hydraulic system ................................................. 35.8 [35.734] Tool quick coupler hydraulic system ............................................... 35.9 Frames and ballasting ................................................................. 39 [39.140] Ballasts and supports .............................................................. 39.1 Wheels...................................................................................... 44 [44.511] Front wheels........................................................................ 44.1 [44.520] Rear wheels........................................................................ 44.2 Tracks and track suspension........................................................ 48 [48.130] Track frame and driving wheels .................................................... 48.1 [48.100] Tracks .............................................................................. 48.2 [48.134] Track tension units ................................................................. 48.3 [48.138] Track rollers ........................................................................ 48.4 Cab climate control ..................................................................... 50 [50.100] Heating ............................................................................. 50.1 [50.200] Air conditioning..................................................................... 50.2 Electrical systems....................................................................... 55 [55.000] Electrical system ................................................................... 55.1 [55.010] Fuel injection system............................................................... 55.2 [55.011] Fuel tank system ................................................................... 55.3 [55.012] Engine cooling system ............................................................. 55.4 [55.019] Hydrostatic drive control system ................................................... 55.5 [55.036] Hydraulic system control ........................................................... 55.6 [55.051] Cab Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) controls................... 55.7 [55.100] Harnesses and connectors......................................................... 55.8 47851950 14/05/2015

5. [55.202] Cold start aid ....................................................................... 55.9 [55.302] Battery............................................................................ 55.10 [55.408] Warning indicators, alarms, and instruments .................................... 55.11 [55.512] Cab controls...................................................................... 55.12 [55.518] Wiper and washer system........................................................ 55.13 [55.640] Electronic modules ............................................................... 55.14 [55.DTC] FAULT CODES.................................................................. 55.15 Front loader and bucket............................................................... 82 [82.100] Arm................................................................................. 82.1 [82.300] Bucket.............................................................................. 82.2 Platform, cab, bodywork, and decals............................................. 90 [90.150] Cab................................................................................. 90.1 [90.154] Cab doors and hatches ............................................................ 90.2 47851950 14/05/2015

6. INTRODUCTION 47851950 14/05/2015 1

7. INTRODUCTION Foreword - Important notice regarding equipment servicing C227 C232 L221 L228 All repair and maintenance work listed in this manual must be carried out only by qualified dealership personnel, strictly complying with the instructions given, and using, whenever possible, the special tools. Anyone who performs repair and maintenance operations without complying with the procedures provided herein shall be responsible for any 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 caused by parts and/or components not approved by the manu- facturer, 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 caused by parts and/or components not approved by the manufacturer. The manufacturer reserves the right to make improvements in design and changes in specifications at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation to install them on units previously sold. Specifications, descriptions, and illustrative material herein are as accurate as known at time of publication but are subject to change without notice. In case of questions, refer to your NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION Sales and Service Networks. 47851950 14/05/2015 3

8. INTRODUCTION Safety rules - Ecology and the environment C227 C232 L221 L228 Soil, air, and water quality is important for all industries and life in general. When legislation does not yet rule the treatment of some of the substances that advanced technology requires, sound judgment should govern the use and disposal of products of a chemical and petrochemical nature. Familiarize yourself with the relative legislation applicable to your country, and make sure that you understand this legislation. Where no legislation exists, obtain information from suppliers of oils, filters, batteries, fuels, anti-freeze, cleaning agents, etc., with regard to the effect of these substances on man and nature and how to safely store, use, and dispose of these substances. Helpful hints • Avoid the use of cans or other inappropriate pressurized fuel delivery systems to fill tanks. Such delivery systems may cause considerable spillage. • In general, avoid skin contact with all fuels, oils, acids, solvents, etc. Most of these products contain substances that may be harmful to your health. • Modern oils contain additives. Do not burn contaminated fuels and or waste oils in ordinary heating systems. • Avoid spillage when you drain fluids such as used engine coolant mixtures, engine oil, hydraulic fluid, brake fluid, etc. Do not mix drained brake fluids or fuels with lubricants. Store all drained fluids safely until you can dispose of the fluids in a proper way that complies with all local legislation and available resources. • Do not allow coolant mixtures to get into the soil. Collect and dispose of coolant mixtures properly. • The air-conditioning system contains gases that should not be released into the atmosphere. Consult an air-condi- tioning specialist or use a special extractor to recharge the system properly. • Repair any leaks or defects in the engine cooling system or hydraulic system immediately. • Do not increase the pressure in a pressurized circuit as this may lead to a component failure. • Protect hoses during welding. Penetrating weld splatter may burn a hole or weaken hoses, allowing the loss of oils, coolant, etc. Battery recycling Batteries and electric accumulators contain several substances that can have a harmful effect on the environment if the batteries are not properly recycled after use. Improper disposal of batteries can contaminate the soil, groundwater, and waterways. NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION strongly recommends that you return all used batteries to a NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION dealer, who will dispose of the used batteries or recycle the used batteries properly. In some countries, this is a legal requirement. Mandatory battery recycling NOTE: The following requirements are mandatory in Brazil. Batteries are made of lead plates and a sulfuric acid solution. Because batteries contain heavy metals such as lead, CONAMA Resolution 401/2008 requires you to return all used batteries to the battery dealer when you replace any batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in your household garbage. Points of sale are obliged to: • Accept the return of your used batteries • Store the returned batteries in a suitable location • Send the returned batteries to the battery manufacturer for recycling 47851950 14/05/2015 4

9. INTRODUCTION Safety rules C227 C232 L221 L228 Personal safety This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible death or injury. Throughout this manual you will find the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION followed by special in- structions. These precautions are intended for the personal safety of you and those working with you. Read and understand all the safety messages in this manual before you operate or service the machine. DANGER indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. FAILURE TO FOLLOW DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION MESSAGES COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY. Machine safety NOTICE: Notice indicates a situation that, if not avoided, could result in machine or property damage. Throughout this manual you will find the signal word Notice followed by special instructions to prevent machine or property damage. The word Notice is used to address practices not related to personal safety. Information NOTE: Note indicates additional information that clarifies steps, procedures, or other information in this manual. Throughout this manual you will find the word Note followed by additional information about a step, procedure, or other information in the manual. The word Note is not intended to address personal safety or property damage. 47851950 14/05/2015 5

10. SERVICE MANUAL Engine C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] C232 TIER 4B (FINAL) L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] L228 TIER 4B (FINAL) 47851950 14/05/2015 10

11. Engine - Engine and crankcase Engine - Drain fluid C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] C232 L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] L228 1. Remove the access cover at the rear, lower left of the machine, exposing the engine oil drain hose and re- mote oil filter. 2. Remove the drain plug to drain the oil. 3. When the oil has completely drained, reinstall the drain plug and torque to 68 - 82 N·m (50 - 61 lb ft). 63109370 1 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 3

12. Engine - Engine and crankcase Engine - Remove C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] C232 L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] L228 WARNING Heavy objects! Lift and handle all heavy components using lifting equipment with adequate capacity. Always support units or parts with suitable slings or hooks. Make sure the work area is clear of all bystanders. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury. W0398A The following procedure has been performed on a radial lift machine. Engine removal for vertical lift machines is very similar. Prior operation: Tilt the cab. Please see Cab tilting system - Tilt (90.150). Prior operation: Disconnect the battery. See Battery - Disconnect (55.302). Prior operation: Drain the engine oil. Please see Engine - Drain fluid (10.001). Prior operation: Drain the coolant. Please see Radiator - Drain fluid (10.400). Prior operation: Discharge the A/C system (if equipped). See Air conditioning - Discharging (50.200). 1. Remove access plate (1) for the engine oil pan from the chassis. RAPH12SSL0233AA 1 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 4

13. Engine - Engine and crankcase 2. Disconnect the hose (1) for the oil drain plug from the engine oil pan. RAPH12SSL0232AA 2 3. Remove the mounting bolts for the overflow bottle. 4. Remove the overflow bottle from the chassis. RAIL14SSL0845BA 3 5. If equipped with A/C, disconnect the A/C lines (1) from the condenser. 6. Disconnect the fan motor (2) from the wiring harness. RAPH12SSL0075AA 4 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 5

14. Engine - Engine and crankcase 7. Support the engine hood with a suitable lifting device. 8. Disconnect the engine hood strut (1) from the engine hood. RAPH12SSL0074AA 5 9. Remove the mounting hardware (2) from the engine hood. 10. Remove the engine hood (1) from the chassis. RAPH12SSL0073AA 6 11. Remove the engine cover (1) from the chassis. 931001899 7 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 6

15. Engine - Engine and crankcase 12. Remove the air cooler (1) from the shroud. RAPH12SSL0067AA 8 13. Disconnect the upper radiator hose (1) from the radi- ator. RAPH12SSL0065AA 9 14. Disconnect the lower radiator hose (1) from the radia- tor. NOTE: The rear access door has been removed for picture clarity. RAPH12SSL0083AA 10 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 7

16. Engine - Engine and crankcase 15. Remove the radiator (2) from the shroud. 16. RAPH12SSL0066AA 11 17. Remove the radiator fan (1) from the engine. RAPH12SSL0062AA 12 18. Unbolt and remove the shroud (1). RAPH12SSL0264AA 13 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 8

17. Engine - Engine and crankcase 19. Remove the oil cooler (1). 931001884 14 20. Remove the mounting bolts (1) retaining the mounting flange for the muffler inlet pipe to the turbocharger. 931001896 15 21. Remove the retaining bolts (1) from the muffler sup- port. 22. Remove the muffler. 931001895 16 23. Disconnect the air restriction sensor (1) from the wiring harness. 931002030 17 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 9

18. Engine - Engine and crankcase 24. Loosen the hose clamps on the intake tube at both ends. 25. Remove the tube (1) for the air cleaner and tur- bocharger. 931001898 18 26. Remove the air cleaner housing (1) from the chassis. 931001900 19 27. Disconnect the alternator (1) from the wiring harness. 931001908 20 28. Disconnect the starter (1) from the wiring harness. 931001909 21 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 10

19. Engine - Engine and crankcase 29. Disconnect the ground connection (1) below the starter (2). 931001910 22 30. Remove the oil filler neck (1) from the engine. 31. If equipped with A/C, disconnect the low pressure line (2) on the A/C compressor. RAPH12SSL0266AA 23 32. Disconnect the fuel return line (1) on the tank. RAPH12SSL0053AA 24 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 11

20. Engine - Engine and crankcase 33. Disconnect the fuel feed line (1) on the fuel filter hous- ing. RAPH12SSL0054AA 25 34. Disconnect the engine harness connectors (1). RAPH12SSL0052AA 26 35. Disconnect the fuel temperature sensor (1) from the wiring harness. 36. Disconnect the fuel feed line (2) from the engine. RAPH12SSL0055AA 27 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 12

21. Engine - Engine and crankcase 37. Place a suitable container under the remote engine oil filter lines (1). 38. Label and disconnect oil filter lines (1). 931001923 28 39. Place a suitable support beam (1) across the skid steer frame. 40. Tie a suitable strap (2) around the pump (3) and se- cure to the support beam. 931001929 29 41. Remove the pump mounting bolts (1). 931001928 30 42. Disengage the pump assembly (1) from the engine housing (2). 931001936 31 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 13

22. Engine - Engine and crankcase 43. DANGER Heavy parts! Support designated component(s) with ade- quate lifting equipment. Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury. D0018A Attach proper lifting equipment (1) to support the en- gine (2). 931001944 32 44. Remove the front and rear engine mounts bolts (1). 931001933 33 45. Remove heater hose clamp (1). 931001943 34 46. Remove upper heater hose (1). 931002114 35 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 14

23. Engine - Engine and crankcase 47. Remove the lower heater hose (1). 931001940 36 48. WARNING Heavy object! ALWAYS use adequate lifting equipment (heavy-duty hoist, loader, or forklift) to lift the component. Failure to comply could result in death or seri- ous injury. W0101A Remove engine (1) from the chassis. 931001946 37 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 15

24. Engine - Engine and crankcase Engine - Install C227 TIER 4B Final [NDM471836 - ] C232 L221 TIER 4B Final [NEM479941 - ] L228 DANGER Heavy objects! Lift and handle all heavy components using lifting equipment with adequate capacity. Always support units or parts with suitable slings or hooks. Make sure the work area is clear of all bystanders. Failure to comply will result in death or serious injury. D0076A The following procedure has been performed on a radial lift machine. Engine installation for vertical lift machines is very similar. 1. Attach proper lifting equipment to the front and rear of the engine, and carefully lower the engine into the chassis. 931001946 1 2. Orient the hydraulic pump coupler to the adapter on the engine, ensuring the attachment of the engine plate to the flywheel housing. 931001936 2 3. Apply LOCTITE® 243™ to the threads of the mounting bolts (1) for the hydrostatic drive assembly. 4. Install the mounting bolts and washers (1) into pump housing. Torque the mounting bolts (1) for the hydro- static drive assembly to 87 - 117 N·m (64 - 86 lb ft). 931001928 3 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 16

25. Engine - Engine and crankcase 5. Apply LOCTITE® 243™ to the threads of the rear mount- ing bolts (3) for the engine. 6. Install the two rear mounting bolts (3) and bushings for the engine. Torque the rear mounting bolt (3) to a torque of 163 - 176 N·m (120 - 130 lb ft). 931002047 4 7. Apply LOCTITE® 243™ to the threads of the front mounting bolts (2) for the engine. 8. Install the two front mounting bolts (2) and bushings for the engine. Torque the front mounting bolts (2) to 163 - 176 N·m (120 - 130 lb ft). 931001933 5 9. Verify that the mounting bolts for the pump are secure, and carefully remove support brace (4) and straps (5) from pump. 931001929 6 10. Connect the lower heater hose (6) to the engine. 931001940 7 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 17

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27. Engine - Engine and crankcase 11. Connect the upper heater hose (7) to the engine. 931002114 8 12. Connect the two remote lines (12), (13) for the oil filter. 931001923 9 13. Connect the fuel temperature sensor (1) to the wiring harness. 14. Connect the fuel feed line (2) to the engine. RAPH12SSL0055AA 10 15. Connect the engine harness connectors (1) to the en- gine. RAPH12SSL0052AA 11 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 18

28. Engine - Engine and crankcase 16. Connect the fuel feed line (1) to the fuel filter housing. RAPH12SSL0054AA 12 17. Connect the fuel return line (1) to the tank. RAPH12SSL0053AA 13 18. Install the oil filler neck (1) onto the engine. 19. If equipped with A/C, connect the low pressure line (2) onto the A/C compressor. RAPH12SSL0266AA 14 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 19

29. Engine - Engine and crankcase 20. Connect the ground connection (1) to the mounting location located below the starter (2). 931001910 15 21. Connect the starter (1) to the wiring harness. 931001909 16 22. Connect the alternator (1) to the wiring harness. 931001908 17 23. Install the air cleaner housing (1) onto the chassis. Torque the bolts to 27 - 31 N·m (20 - 23 lb ft). 931001900 18 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 20

30. Engine - Engine and crankcase 24. Install the intake tube (1) for the air cleaner and tur- bocharger. Torque the clamp to 3 - 4 N·m (27 - 35 lb in). 931001898 19 25. Connect the air restriction sensor (1) to the wiring har- ness. 931002030 20 26. Install the muffler and retaining bolts (1). Torque the mounting bolts to 27 - 31 N·m (20 - 23 lb ft). 931001895 21 27. Install the mounting bolts (1) retaining the mounting flange to the muffler inlet pipe and to the turbocharger. Torque the mounting bolts to 27 - 31 N·m (20 - 23 lb ft). 931001896 22 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 21

31. Engine - Engine and crankcase 28. Install the oil cooler (1). 931001884 23 29. Install the shroud (1). RAPH12SSL0264AA 24 30. Apply LOCTITE® 243™ to the threads of the bolts , and install the fan (1). RAPH12SSL0062AA 25 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 22

32. Engine - Engine and crankcase 31. Readjust the shroud if there is not 13 mm (1/2 in) of clearance (A) between the fan blades and the shroud. RAPH14SSL0776BA 26 32. Install the radiator (1) into the shroud. Torque the bolts to 27 - 37 N·m (20 - 27 lb ft). 33. Attach the clamps to the radiator. Torque the hose clamps to 3 - 4 N·m (27 - 35 lb in). RAPH12SSL0066AA 27 34. Install the air cooler (1) into the shroud. Torque the bolts to 27 - 37 N·m (20 - 27 lb ft). RAPH12SSL0067AA 28 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 23

33. Engine - Engine and crankcase 35. Install the engine cover (1) onto the chassis. 931001899 29 36. Install the engine hood (1) onto the chassis. RAPH12SSL0073AA 30 37. Connect the engine hood strut (1) to the engine hood. RAPH12SSL0074AA 31 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 24

34. Engine - Engine and crankcase 38. If equipped with A/C, connect the A/C lines (1) to the condenser. 39. Connect the fan motor (2) to the wiring harness. RAPH12SSL0075AA 32 40. Install the overflow bottle onto the chassis. RAIL14SSL0845BA 33 41. Connect the hose (1) for the oil drain plug to the engine oil pan. RAPH12SSL0232AA 34 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 25

35. Engine - Engine and crankcase 42. Install access plate (1) for the engine oil pan to the chassis, and torque to 42 - 58 N·m (31 - 43 lb ft). RAPH12SSL0233AA 35 Next operation: Add fluids. Please see Capacities (). Next operation: Charge the A/C system (if equipped). Please see Air conditioning - Charging (50.200). 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 26

36. Engine - Engine and crankcase Engine - Filling C227 C232 TIER 4B (FINAL) L221 L228 1. Remove the engine oil dipstick (1) to provide crankcase ventilation. NOTICE: Slowly fill to avoid flooding valve cover with oil. 2. Use an oil spout that is smaller than the engine oil fill neck (2), allowing air to pass around the oil fill neck. NOTE: Keep the oil fill spout in the upper half of the oil fill neck. 3. Slowly add the correct type and quantity of oil. Please see Capacities () for specifications. 4. Start the engine and run at low idle. 5. Check the engine oil filter and drain plug for leaks. After 2 min, stop the engine, wait for 2 - 3 min and check the engine oil level. RAIL13SSL0608AA 1 47851950 14/05/2015 10.1 [10.001] / 27

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