C_001.pdf

Kombajn New Holland TC5070 - gniazdka elektryczne, do czego służą?

Dzielenie pliku nastąpiło przez dwóch kolegów, wybrałem 3 częściowe przesłane do mnie na Priv , niż 4 Częściowe które zostało tu umieszczone powyżej. Umieszczam 6 plików. 3 oryginały i 3 ich tłumaczenia. (1) oznacza przetłumaczony. A, B, C. kolejność części przetłumaczonych i nie przetłumaczonych. _001 oznacza nazwę naszego obrabianego dokumentu. Miłej lektury mnie się nie chce czytać, czekam na komentarze. Czekamy na reakcję założyciela tematu. Miłego dnia.


SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
10a.Chaff spreader drive belt (if installed)
The belt tension is correct:
spring length (1) = indicator length (2).
Adjust with the nut (3).

97
10b. Chaff spreader discs drive belt
(if installed)
The belt tension is correct:
spring length (1) = indicator length (2).
Adjust with the nut (3).

98

4-47

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
DRIVE CHAIN AND BELTS (RIGHT-HAND SIDE)

99
11. Drum variator belt

15. Cleaning fan variator drive belt

12. Grain tank bottom auger drive chain

16. Straw walker drive belt

13. Returns top auger drive chain

17. Rotary separator drive belt (if installed)

14. Grain tank filling auger drive chain

4-48

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
11.Drum variator belt
Correct belt tension:
spring length 1 = indicator plate length 2.
Adjust with the nut 3.
3

1

2
42012

100
Check and adjustment of variator
6

Proceed as follows:
1. First tension the variator drive belt as described
above.
W

2. Start the engine, engage the threshing
mechanism and adjust the drum variator up to
the MINIMUM. LEVEL. Then, stop the engine.

5

3. Check the distance "X" between the drive
sheaves, which must be minimum 1 mm (or the
belt depth "W" on the drive sheaves, which must
be 78 mm).
Y

X

3

2
1

50400

101

4-49

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
If this is not the case, proceed as follows:
a) First check the distances "Y" and "Z".
The distance "Y" must be 179 mm.
The distance "Z" must be 67 mm.
b) The distance "Y" must the adjusted moving
the arms 4 and 5 on the threaded rods.
The distance "Z" can be adjusted by the
nut 6.
c) If required (when the distance "X" is lower
than 1 mm or if the belt depth "T" does not
correspond) it is possible to adjust by the
nut 6.
d) Start the engine, engage the threshing
mechanism adjust the drum variator up to the
MAX. LEVEL. Then, stop the engine.
e) Check the distance "X" between the drive
sheaves, which must be minimum 1 mm (or
the belt depth "V" on the driven sheaves must
be 78 mm). If not, adjust with the nut 7.

Z

6

T

5

7

X

Y

NOTE: In case of a stretched belt, the belt can be
allowed to extend 3mm beyond the edge of the drive
sheaves.

V
4

3

2
1

50401

102
12. Grain tank bottom auger drive chain
Chain tension to be adjusted with the idler 8.
Loosen the nut 10 and move the idler 8.
Retighten the nut 10.

8

10

The chain tension is adjusted correctly when it is
just possible to move a link laterally across a
sprocket by hand.

42010

103

4-50

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
13. Returns top auger drive chain

12

Chain tension to be adjusted with the idler 11.
Loosen the nut 12 and move the idler 11.
Retighten the nut 12.

11

The chain tension is adjusted correctly when it is
just possible to move a link laterally across a
sprocket by hand.

442011

104
14. Grain tank filling auger drive chain
The chain tension can be adjusted with the idler
13.
Loosen the nut 14 and move the idler 13.
Retighten the nut 14.
The chain tension is adjusted correctly when it is
just possible to move a link laterally across a
sprocket by hand.

CAUTION

14

13
Adjust this chain from inside the grain tank.

54871

105
15. Cleaning fan variator drive belt
16

Proceed as follows:
1. Move the variator to the middle position.
Stop the engine.
2. Loosen the screw 16 and adjust with the
nut 17.
3. Retighten the screw 16.
Correct belt tension:
Upper belt deflection of 14 mm halfway the
front part when applying a force of 30 N.

17
42021

106

4-51

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Fan variator adjustment
Figure 107: manually operated
Figure 108: electrically operated
Proceed as follows:

18
19

1. First tension the variator drive belts as described
above.
2. Start the engine and move the variator
completely to MAXIMUM POSITION. Then, stop
the engine again.

42297

107

3. Check the distance X. This distance must be
minimum 1 mm.
If not, adjust with the nut 18.
4. Start the engine and move the variator
completely to MINIMUM POSITION. Then stop
the engine again.

19

5. Check the distance Y which must be minimum 1
mm.
If not, adjust with the nut 19.
18

42024

108
16. Straw walker drive belt
Belt tension to be adjusted with the idler 20.
Loosen the nut 22 and adjust with the nut 23.
Retighten the nut 22.
The belt tension is correct when the belt can be
deflected 15mm when applying a force of 1.88kg
halfway between the pulleys at F. When a new
belt is installed, a force of 2.32 kg is applied to
deflect the belt 15 mm.
The belt is allowed to touch in the crossing point
by vibration.

22
6
20

23
54872

109

4-52

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
17. Rotary separator drive belt (if installed)
Correct belt tension:
spring length 18 = indicator plate length 19
Adjust with the nut 20

20
18

19

55647

110

4-53

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
DRIVE BELTS - ENGINE COMPARTMENT
TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060
18.
20.
21.
23.
24.

Rotary dust screen drive belt
Rotary dust screen intermediate shaft drive belt
Engine cooling fan drive belt
Alternator and water pump drive belt
Air conditioning compressor drive belt (if installed)

111
TC5070 - TC5080
18. Rotary dust screen drive belt
19. Alternator, water pump and air conditioning
compressor drive belt
20. Rotary dust screen intermediate shaft drive belt
21. Engine cooling fan drive belt
22. Hydraulic pump drive belt

112

4-54

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
18. Rotary dust screen drive belt
The belt tensioned with the spring loaded idler (1)
and does not need any adjustment.

113
19. Alternator, water pump and air conditioning
compressor drive belt (TC5070 - TC5080)
No adjustment needed as the system is self-adjusting.
20. Rotary dust screen intermediate shaft drive
belt
The belt tension is correct:
Applying a force of 23 N (5.17 lbf) on the midpoint of
the belt between the two pulleys, should deflect the
belt 3 mm (1/8").
To adjust the belt tension, proceed as follows:
1. Loosen the two bolts (1).
2. Tighten the bolt (2) to obtain the correct belt
tension. The bearing housing moves in slotted
holes.
3. Tighten the two bolts (1).

114

4-55

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
21. Engine cooling fan drive belt
Correct belt tension:
spring length 1 = indicator plate length 2
Adjust with the nut 3

115
22. Hydraulic pump drive belt
(TC5070 - TC5080)
Applying a force of 30 N at the midpoint of the belt
should deflect the belt 7.6 mm.
Loosen the three nuts (1) and adjust with the nuts (2)
and (3).

116
23. Alternator and water pump drive belt
(TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060)
No adjustment needed as the system is
self-adjusting.

117
24. Air conditioning compressor drive belt
(If installed) (TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060)
The belt tension is correct :
Applying a force between 10.4 and 11.1 N on the
midpoint of the belt between the two pulleys,
should deflect the belt 3.78 mm.
Adjust with the bolt (1).

118
4-56

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
STRAW ELEVATOR

Chain tension
6
To adjust the chain tension, tighten the spring 6 with
the nut 7 on both sides of the straw elevator and then
loosen it to the length of the indicator plate 8.
When the chain has stretched so far that the
mounting supports are at the end of the slots, the
chain has to be shortened by removing half a link
from each chain.

7
8
42026

119
8
7

6

03056

120
Straw elevator slip clutch
The audible slip clutch 10 is factory-set at 600 Nm for
average conditions and must not be further
tensioned.
To adjust the clutch to the correct setting, tighten the
nut 12 (left hand thread) completely until it touches
the collar on the shaft.
The tightening torque should be between
313 and 373 Nm.
Tighten the nut 12 with the nut 13 (right-hand thread)
with a torque between 313 and 373Nm.

11

12

13

10

55707

121

4-57

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
ELEVATOR CHAINS
Grain elevator

18

14

The tension of the grain elevator can be adjusted at
the top of the elevator.

CAUTION

16

Adjust this chain from inside the grain tank.
Proceed as follows:
1. Loosen the tension of the chain 14 by loosening
idler 16.
2. Loosen the screw 17 and tighten the nuts 18 on
both sides of the elevator head evenly.
Correct chain tension:
The chain tension is correct when it is just
possible to move the link laterally across a
sprocket by hand.
3. Tighten the screw and tension the drive chain as
described in paragraph headed "Drive chains
and belts - right-hand side", subheading
"14. Grain tank filling auger drive chain".

4-58

17
42031

122

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Returns elevator

22

The tension of the returns elevator chain can be
adjusted at the top of the elevator.
Proceed as follows:

20

1. Loosen the idler 20 to release the chain tension
19.
2. Loosen the screw 21 and tighten the nuts 22 on
both sides of the elevator head evenly.

21

Correct chain tension:
The chain tension is correct when it is just
possible to move the link laterally across a
sprocket by hand

19
42030

123

3. Tighten the screw and tension the drive chain as
described in paragraph headed "Drive chains
and belts - right-hand side", subheading
"13. Returns top auger drive chain"
Elevator slip clutch
The grain and returns elevator drives are protected
by an audible slip clutch 23.
To adjust proceed as follows:
o

26

23

TC5040 - TC5050

1. Compress the spring (26) with the nut (1).
2. Release the nut (1) five turns.
3. Tighten the lock nut.
o

TC5060 - TC5070 - TC5080

1

42026

124

1. Loosen the lock nut from nut (1).
2. Adjust the nut (1) until the spring (26) has
become a length of 93 mm.
3. Tighten the lock nut.

4-59

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
SELF-LEVELLING SYSTEM CALIBRATION
When the warning light (9) for self-levelling starts
glowing, then:
o

Either the side slope inclination exceeds the
capability of the self-levelling system, meaning
that grain losses are likely, or

That the self-levelling system is incorrectly
calibrated.
(the control box is positioned incorrectly)
To check and correct the calibration, proceed as
follows:
o

1. Position the machine on a level ground.
2. Stop the engine and make sure that all
mechanisms are disengaged. Then, turn the
ignition key in contact position.
3. Slightly loosen both screws of the control box on
the inside of the instrument panel and move the
control box until the middle red warning light
remains glowing (do not remove the connector).
20
12

19
42068

125
4. Engage the automatic levelling override
switch (2) placed at the rear of the combine) until
the upper sieve is in the horizontal position
(four holes where pin (12) fits, should be aligned).
5. Loosen the levelling actuator (19) at (20) and let
it hanging free.
6. With the ignition key still in the contact position
and with stopped engine, engage the threshing
mechanism once or repeatedly until the levelling
system audible signal and the warning light (9)
remain extinguished.
7. Disengage the threshing mechanism and
remove the ignition key.
8. Rotate the actuator rod in or out until the holes
are in line at (20).
9. Reinstall the actuator (19) at (20).

4-60

2

42247

126

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
SELF-LEVELLING SYSTEM BLOCKAGE
When the automatic self-levelling alarm led on the
alarm control module (see page 2-14) starts blinking
at one-second intervals and the audible signal
sounds, the self-levelling system maybe seized or
the power supply is interrupted.
In this case, proceed as follows:
1. Stop the combine.
2. Keep the threshing mechanism engaged.
3. Press the self-levelling rocker reset switch (24).
The automatic levelling moves in the most opposite position and then goes back to the horizontal
position.
The self-levelling warning light will blink during
the reset mode.
4. The warning light must switch off and the buzzer
must stop.
If not, even after a second reset trial, stop the
combine completely. Check if the automatic levelling system is still blocked or contact your
local dealer.

127

4-61

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
BRAKES

WARNING

The braking system of your combine was carefully
designed and balanced to provide optimum braking
performance.
It is important to ensure that only brake linings
meeting NEW HOLLAND specifications for the
combine are used. The use of brake linings having
incorrect friction properties may result in a reduction
of braking efficiency. Only use genuine NEW
HOLLAND replacement parts.
Brakes belong to the components that are subject to
homologation in many countries, and must therefore
not be altered.

CAUTION
In case of leakage or malfunction of the brake
system, contact immediately your local dealer.

4-62

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
FOOT BRAKES
o

TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060

To bleed or to replace the brake linings, contact your
local dealer.

4

6

It is necessary to check the brake linings:
o

when the brake warning light illuminates

o

after 600 operating hours in normal conditions

o

after 300 operating hours in heavy brake
conditions (for example "spin-turns" in maize
fields, when driving on hilly grounds, etc.).

7

5

3

Check regularly the foot brake adjustment as
described below:
1. Press the brake pedal down with a force of
22 daN.
2. Measure the brake cylinder displacement at 4.

42033

128

3. The foot brake is correctly adjusted when the
brake cylinder displacement is between 5.8 and
6.2 mm.
Adjust with the nuts 7.
Combines stored for several days or weeks may
require a "bedding-in" procedure before the
machines are put into operation in order to ensure a
consistent brake performance.
Foot brake "bedding-in" procedure
1. Drive the machine at minimum throttle in first or
in second gear.
2. Apply the brakes without declutching or bringing
the hydrostatic control lever to neutral position
(i.e. brake against the engine power).
Press down the brake pedals as hard as you can
(approximately 80 kg force) for about 5 seconds,
then release the brakes.
3. Repeat this procedure twice or three times.

4-63

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
PARKING BRAKE
o

TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060

o

On differential shaft (If fitted)

When properly adjusted, the parking brake lever
should be halfway through its stroke when fully
applied.

11

In the lowest position of the handbrake lever, the
cable should be adjusted in such a way that a
distance "X" of 0.5 to 1 mm exists between the
levers 11 and the pins 12. The adjustment can be
carried out at clamping bolt 13.
When the end of the adjustment is reached, loosen
the nuts 14 and shorten the cable at clamping bolt 13,
then finally adjust the nuts 14.

X

12

42690

129

14

13
42024

130
o

On transmission shaft (if fitted)

When properly adjusted, the parking brake lever
should be halfway through its stroke when fully
applied. A fine adjustment can be made with the nuts
16. When the end of the adjustment is reached,
loosen the nuts 16 and shorten the cable 17 at
clamping bolt 18, then finally adjust the nut 16.

17
18

16

42298

131

4-64

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
o

TC5070 - TC5080

1. Disengage the parking brake in the cab.
(= bottom position)
2. Loosen the two nuts (1) and the two bolts (2).
3. Check that dimension "X" is between 180 and
184 mm (7-1/6" and 7-1/4"), make sure that the
cable (3) is straight (fig. 133).

132
4. If not, adjust with the nuts (4) and (5).
After adjusting, tighten the nuts (4) and (5).

133
5. Simultaneously tighten the two bolts (2) by hand
until they touch the brake blocks.
Engage and disengage the parking brake in the
cab a few times.
6. Check the tightness of the two bolts (2). If
possible, tighten them simultaneously by hand.
Turn them an extra quarter of a turn with a
spanner.
7. Engage and disengage the parking brake in the
cab a few times.
8. Loosen the two bolts (2) and tighten them
simultaneously by hand, after loosen the two
bolts (2) with 1/6 of a turn.

134

9. Tighten the locknuts (1). Ensure that the two
bolts (2) not turning with the nuts (1).

4-65

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
TRACTION CLUTCH
o

TC5040- TC5060

Usually, the clutch adjustment is not required.
However, should an adjustment be necessary,
proceed as follows:
1. Remove the pin 19 and loosen the lock nut 14.
2. Push in the cylinder pushrod 5 to take away
internal clearance and adjust the yoke 20 until
the pin 19 can be inserted without interference.

19

20

14

5

3. Additional screw up the yoke 20 one turn.
54883

135

Under the operator's platform

4. Install the pin 19 and tighten the lock nut 14.
5. Remove the pin 21 from the lever 22.

21

6. Push the plunger rod 23 in the cylinder.
7. Adjust the yoke 26 until the distance 24 between
the hole in the lever 22 and the hole in the
yoke 26 measures 27.5 mm.
8. Reinstall the bolt 21.

26

23

26
22
22

00000

136

4-66

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
STEERING AXLE
TOE-IN ADJUSTMENT
The steering wheels should have the correct amount
of toe-in, otherwise premature tyre wear may occur.
The distance between the steering wheels must be
smaller at the front than at the rear (facing the
direction of travel).
To check and adjust the toe-in, proceed as follows:
1. Apply the parking brake and support the steering
axle so that the steering wheels are clear of the
ground.

CAUTION
Use suitable jack stands, securely positioned
underneath the rear of the machine, before adjusting
the steering axle. Steering ball joints, wheel spindles,
tie rods and steering hydraulic components should
be checked every 50 hours of operation.
2. Set the steering wheels in straight ahead
position.
3. Mark spots at 273 mm from the centre of the
inner front side of the wheel rims at the wheel
centre and measure the distance 2.
4. Turn the steering wheels 180_ forward or
rearward until the marks are at the
centre-of-wheel height and measure the
distance 3.
The distance 3 must be 8 to 12 mm greater than
the distance 2.
5. To adjust the toe-in, loosen the jam nuts 5,
remove the steering ball 6 out of the steering arm
and turn the steering ball in or out the rod 4,
evenly on both sides. After adjustment, tighten
the slotted nut of the steering balls 6 and the jam
nuts 5 (see further in this section).

6

5

2

5

6

4

3

50402

137

4-67

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
FIXED STEERING AXLE
Adjustment
Adjust the toe-in as described in the previous
paragraph.
Steering wheel stops
The steering wheel stops are factory-set and should
normally require further adjustment.
If, for any reason, the stops require adjustment,
proceed as follows:
1. Turn the bolt 5 completely in.
5

42900

138
2. Rotate the steering wheel to the extreme left or
right-hand position so that the steering cylinder
is at the end of its stroke.

6

3. Retract the steering cylinder by 2 mm.
4. Turn the screw 5 against the rear axle and tighten
the lock nut.
5. Proceed in the same way on the opposite side.

5

54884

139

4-68

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Steering ball joints
Check the steering ball joints of the steering axle
every 50 operating hours for correct nut torque or
possible play.
If, for any reason, the steering ball joints where
disassembled, the nut torque should be as
mentioned in fig. 140 and 141.

54885

140

54886

141

4-69

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
ADJUSTABLE STEERING AXLE
(IF INSTALLED)
The adjustable steering axle can be set in three
positions:
o

narrow position

NOTE: in Germany, this position is envisaged by law
when driving on public roads.
o

medium position

o

wide position

Adjustment

CAUTION

7

Before adjusting the steering axle, it is necessary to
support the combine adequately by means of stands
to be placed under the combine back.

8
6

Proceed as follows:

8

1. Engage the parking brake and support the
steering axle on the left-hand side.
51678

2. Loosen the screw 7 and hammer it towards the
middle of the axle until the key 6 releases.

142

3. Remove the screw from the tie rod 4 and the
screws 8 from the steering wheel.
4. Set the steering axle on the left-hand side at the
necessary and/or required width.
5. Fit the screws 8 again.
6. Beat with a hammer on the screw 7 to remove it
until the key 6 seats and tighten the screw 7 with
a torque of 140 Nm.

7

8

8

10

8

8

7. Tighten the screws 8 with a torque of 294 Nm.
8. Support the steering axle on the right-hand side
and adjust, as outlined above.
9. Install the steering cylinder support 10 in the
correct position.
10. Place the screws in the tie rod.
Adjust the toe-in following the procedure described
in the previous paragraph.

4-70

4

51679

143

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Steering wheel stops
6

The steering wheel stops are factory-set and should
normally not require further adjustment.
Nevertheless, in case the stops are to be adjusted,
proceed as follows:
1. Turn the screw 5 completely in.

5

2. Rotate the steering wheel to the extreme left or
right-hand position, until the steering cylinder is
at the end of its stroke.
3. Retract the steering cylinder by 2 mm.
4. Turn the screw 5 against the support and tighten
the safety nut.

21117

144

5. Repeat the same procedure on the opposite
side, too.
Steering axle ball joint
Every 50 operating hours, check that the tightening
torque or the possible steering axle ball joint
clearance are correct.
Should for any reason the steering axle ball joints
were disassembled, keep to the tightening torque
indicated in figure 145.

54887

145

4-71

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Fuses and relays
IMPORTANT:
o

When replacing a fuse, make sure the new
fuse has the same amperage as the fuse
being replaced.

o

When replacing a relay, make sure the new
relay has the same structure (visible on the
relay housing) of the replaced relay.
Always use genuine parts.

1. Fuse printed circuit: located at the right-hand
side above the right-hand module
Remove the cover (12) to have access to the
fuse or relay.

146

147
A decal on the inside of panel (12) shows the
symbols for the function of each fuse or relay
(see also next page)

4-72

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

148

4-73

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Fuse printed circuit
Fuse n_

Amperage

Function

F1

15A

Reel functions / reverser

F2

15A

Header up / down

F3

15A

Lateral flotation

F4

25A

After contact pilot self-levelling

F5

15A

Air conditioning

F6

15A

Screen wiper

F7

10A

After contact TCM (control module) / before contact FCM

F8

5A

Autofloatt

F9

5A

After contact ECU engine

F10

15A

Horn / lighting hazard switch / Lighting switches /
Mirror adjustment / Relays worklights / seat adjustment

F11

15A

Fuse stop lights

F12

15A

Grain level indicator + revolving flash lights

F13

10A

Grain level indicator / parking brake / light in grain tank / manual control self-levelling

F14

25A

Back-up alarm / Fuel meter / Reel variator

F15

15A

Flasher lights / Light on unloading pipe

F16

20A

Lateral flotation + Header up/down + Relay header + threshing engaged

F17

5A

Excitation resistor alternator

F18

10A

-

F19

10A

-

F20

10A

-

F21

10A

Beam worklights

F22

10A

Rear worklights

F24

15A

Lighting fuel meter / Tail lights right

F25

15A

Tail lights left

F26

15A

Head lights

F27

15A

Dimmed lights

F28

10A

Worklights right

F29

10A

Worklights left

F30

15A

12V plug dashboard

F31

5A

Before contact update connector + Control Module

F32

15A

Autofloatt

F33

15A

Hazard switch for contact

F34

25A

Mechanical engagement

F35

10A

Rotary dust screen brushes

F63

10A

Straw chopper

4-74

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Relay n_

Function

K1

Autofloatt

K2

Reel variator slowly

K3

Reel variator quickly

K4

Reel reverser

K5

Mechanical header engaged

K6

Mechanical threshing engaged

K7

Reel after

K8

Reel fore

K9

Reel up

K10

Reel down

K11

-

K12

Header down

K13

Header up

K14

Lateral flotation right down

K15

Lateral flotation left down

K16

Unloading pipe close

K17

Unloading pipe open

K18

Protection lateral flotation

K19

+ After contact

K20

Air conditioning

K21

Flasher unit

K22

Revolving flash lights

K23

Beam worklights

K24

Stubble lights

K25

Work lights

K26

Protection header down

K30

Start protection

K31

Protection reel down

K32

Straw chopper

K33

Heating

K114

Protection straw chopper

4-75

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
2. Fuses and relay located on the engine module.
To have access remove the cover (1) by
loosening the three nuts.

149

DELETED
Fuse

Amperage

F37

40 A

Battery ECU motor

F61

80 A

Main fuse motor area

Relay
K52

Function

Function
Starter protection relay

150

4-76

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
BATTERIES
The combine is equipped with two 12V (92 Ah)
batteries. Remove the rubber cover (4) to have
access to the batteries
The earth cable is connected to the battery negative
pole (-).
Check weekly the battery acid level (every 50
operating hours) and, if necessary, top up with
distiled water until the separators are covered.
The batteries can be completely disconnected by
means of the main battery switch.
IMPORTANT: To avoid loss of data and/or monitor
damage, it is strongly recommended not to stop the
engine by using the battery switch. Always use the
contact key in this case and wait for minimum 15
seconds before disconnect the battery switch (3).

151

IMPORTANT: It is advisable to disconnect the
batteries at the end of the day, using the battery
switch.

4-77

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Important tips
1. With cold weather conditions, before starting the
engine, fill the batteries with distiled water. In this
way the water and the electrolytes are mixed by
the charging current thus avoiding the battery
freezing.

CAUTION
Keep sparks, lighted matches or an open flame away
from the battery as battery gas can explode. Never
check the battery charge by placing a metal object
across the terminals.
Use a volt meter or a hydrometer.
2. If the engine is reluctant to start, do not turn the
ignition key for longer than 20 seconds, but try
again after a few seconds.
3. The battery clamps must be cleaned regularly
and covered with a layer of vaseline or petroleum
jelly to prevent corrosion.
4. Make sure the vents in the filler plugs are kept
clean.
5. The batteries must never be disconnect while the
engine is running, or damage to the alternator
may result.
6. Never switch off the ignition while the engine is
running on full speed. This is to prevent running
out of the turbocharger propeller without
lubricant.
7. To safeguard battery life, switch off any lighting
before starting the engine.
8. Under normal conditions, do not add sulphuric
acid to the batteries.
9. The batteries should be stored in a fully charged
condition.

CAUTION
Do not charge a frozen battery as it may explode!

4-78

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Battery charge warning light
As soon as the ignition switch is turned on, the battery charge warning light on the instrument panel will
glow. When the engine has reached a certain speed,
the light will extinguish.
If the light does not extinguish or if it flickers, the alternator or the voltage regulator may not be working
properly.
Disconnect the battery terminals immediately and locate the cause of the problem or call your local dealer.
Alternator
IMPORTANT: The engine is equipped with an
alternator. Certain precautions must be observed to
avoid serious damage to the alternator, battery and
wiring.
When carrying out any maintenance work, the following instructions must be observed:
1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal if
any electric welding work is to be carried out on
the combine.
Secure the negative (-) terminal of the welding
apparatus as close as possible to the part to be
welded.
2. The positive (+) lead of the battery is live at all
times. To prevent damage, always disconnect
the battery earth lead (-) first.
3. Ensure the battery is connected properly, i.e.
negative (-) lead to the negative (-) terminal and
positive (+) lead to the positive (+) terminal.
4. Always connect a booster battery in parallel, i.e.
negative (-) to negative (-), and positive (+) to
positive (+).
5. Disconnect the earth (-) battery cable before
connecting a battery charger.
Ensure the
connected.

battery

charger

is

properly

6. Never run the engine if the wiring between the
alternator and the battery has been
disconnected.

DELETED
4-79

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
CAB/CLIMATE CONTROL
Cab air filter
5

5

The cab air filter should be cleaned regularly and/or
daily in case of harvesting in extremely dusty
conditions. Open the cab roof (4) with the lock (7)
inside the cab. Release the latches (5) and remove
the cab air filter (6). Clean with compressed air blown
from the inside towards the outside.
It is advisable to replace the filter elements every
year.

CAUTION
Wear a dust mask when doing this job.

CAUTION
Dust protection
The air filter in the cab does not protect against all
substances (e.g. chemical residues on crops).
Absolute protection against specific products can
only be obtained when the nature of these products
is known and adequate measures are purposely
designed to counter the hazard created by these
substances. It goes without saying that correct filter
maintenance and keeping doors and windows closed
is essential.

4-80

4

6
7

42303

152

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
A/C SYSTEM (IF INSTALLED)
The A/C system must be started exclusively when
the combine engine is warm and when inside the cab
temperature reaches 21_C or more.
NOTE: Ignoring this precaution may cause damage
to the system.
To start the A/C system turn the switch (2) completely
towards the right (maximum position) and the fan
switch (3) onto "III" (maximum speed). The heating
switch (1) must be in minimum position (i.e.
completely towards left).
The fan inside the cab roof will blow air at full speed
through the evaporator which is installed inside the
roof.
When the air temperature feels comfortable, turn the
switch (2) away from its maximum position and turn
the fan switch (3) into position "I" or "II" (low to
medium speed).
IMPORTANT: The switch (3) must never be
turned on "I" if the A/C system switch (2) is in the
maximum position (i.e. completely towards
right), because this can influence negatively the
system performance.
Condenser

153

Regularly inspect and clean the condenser (4) with
compressed air.
To gain access to clean the condenser: refer to
"Rotary dust screen and cooling system" in this
section.

154

4-81

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Evaporator

12

Inspect regularly the evaporator 11 inside the cab to
ensure that the coils are free of foreign material. To
gain access, open the cab roof, remove the mounting
screws 12 and the fan cover. Remove any debris
using compressed air.

11

12

12
42339

155
Filter-drier
The sight glass and a ring-shaped moisture indicator
(1) on the right-hand side of the engine compartment
serve for determining the condition of the R134a gas.
o

If the refrigerant is without air bubbles, then the
refrigerant condition is good.

o

If the glass shows a milky refrigerant: good
condition in ambient temperature.

o

If air bubbles are visible: lack of refrigerant.

o

If the moisture indicator is blue: filter and
refrigerant are in good condition.

o

If the moisture indicator is red: this is an
indication of too much moisture, the filter-drier
has to be replaced.

o

If the moisture indicator is brown or black: too
much contamination: filter-drier has to be
replaced.

NOTE: The filter-drier must always be replaced
when the air circuit has been opened.
If the filter-drier needs to be replaced, or if the air
conditioning system needs repair, contact your local
dealer.
Refer to Section 5 - FAULT FINDING.

4-82

156

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
AIR COMPRESSOR (IF INSTALLED)
The air compressor (1) is installed onto the engine
and needs no further maintenance.

157
Every 50 operating hours, drain the condensated
water from the air reservoir through cock (2).

158
One union (3) is installed to attach pneumatic service
tools and for cleaning purposes.
The inner thread of the union is 1/2 GAZ CYL.

159

4-83

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Air reservoir specification
(according to European Directive 87/404/EEC)
o

Trade mark: Wabco

o

Type: "60 l"

o

Maximum operating pressure: 10 bar
(145.1 PSI)

o

Maximum operating temperature: +100_C
(212_F)
160

o

Minimum operating temperature: - 50_C
(-58_F)

o

Capacity: 60 litres (15.85 US gal)

o

Approval date: see cold stamping on the air
reservoir.

IMPORTANT: For France, the air reservoir must be
reapproved (technical control) every 5 years.
The owner has to take the necessary actions to have
the reservoir retested before the expiry date which is
the approval date + 5 years.

161

4-84

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service to be performed before
the first start-off
1. Check wheel nut torques
2. Check all chain and belt tensions
3. Check all tyre pressures

SECTION
SPECIFICATIONS
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
SPECIFICATIONS

4. Check brake fluid level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Check engine oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Check coolant level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7. Check hydraulic oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

8. Check hydrostatic oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

9. Check fuel level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

10. Grease all zerks

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Run-in period
First week: daily

Service to be performed
Check wheel nut torques

SECTION
SPECIFICATIONS

After the first 50 hours
Final drives

Check the oil level

Traction gearbox

Check the oil level

Parking brake

Adjust the stroke if necessary

After first 100 hours

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Change hydrostatic oil and filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Change hydraulic oil and oil filters

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Change traction gearbox oil

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Change final drives gearbox oil

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Change engine oil and filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

4-85

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Daily service to be performed
(10 hour service to be performed)

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour grease zerk service

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Lubricate all chains

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Check all chain and belt tensions

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

4. Check engine oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Check hydraulic oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Check hydrostatic oil level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7. Check coolant level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

8. Clean cab air filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

9. Check fuel level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

10. Clean stone trap

FIELD AND SITE OPERATION

11. Drain water from fuel system
prefilter/water separator

50 hour service to be performed

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Perform the 50 hour grease zerk service

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Check wheel nut torques

SPECIFICATIONS

4. Check steering ball joints

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Check and clean air conditioning
condenser [if fitted]

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Check and clean air conditioning
evaporator [if fitted]

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7. Check air conditioning filter-drier [if fitted]

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

8. Check tyre pressure
9. Check drum concave setting

SPECIFICATIONS
FIELD AND SITE OPERATION

10. Check electrolyte level in batteries

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

11. Check brake fluid level

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

4-86

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

100 hour service to be performed

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Perform the 50 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Perform the 100 hour grease zerk service

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

DELETED
300 hour service to be performed

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Perform the 50 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Perform the 100 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

4. Change prefilter / water separator

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Change fuel filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Lubricate threaded rods and pivot points

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7.

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

Check steering ball joints, wheel spindles,
tie rods and steering hydraulic components

4-87

SECTION 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
600 hour service to be performed

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Perform the 50 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Perform the 100 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Perform the 300 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Change traction gearbox oil

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7. Change final drive gearbox oil

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

8. Change hydraulic oil and oil filters

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

9. Change hydrostatic oil and oil filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

DELETED

10. Replace air cleaner element of air intake system

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

11. Replace cab air filters

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

12. Check brake linings

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

13. Change engine oil and oil filter

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2 year service to be performed

SECTION

1. Perform the 10 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

2. Perform the 50 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

3. Perform the 100 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

5. Perform the 300 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

6. Perform the 600 hour service (see above)

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

7. Change brake fluid

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

8. Change coolant

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

9. Replace safety element of air intake system

LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

DELETED

4 to 6 year service to be performed
Replace all hydraulic hoses

4-88

SECTION
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING
WARNING

Curing concerns after having found their cause with
the help of this fault finding section must always be
carried out with the utmost care and attention.
Failure to do so may lead to severe injuries or even
death.
Cleaning and unblocking activities must ALWAYS be
carried out with the engine off and all rotating parts
stopped.

5-1

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

FEEDING AREA
CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Irregular feeding into the
straw elevator

Straw elevator chain set too
high at the entrance

Lower straw elevator chain.

Header drive belt slipping

Adjust belt tension.

Slats damaged

Straighten or replace damaged slats.

Straw elevator chain badly
adjusted

Adjust chain tension.

Stone trap clogged

Clean stone trap.

Drum rasp bars worn

Replace rasp bars.

The material is backfed to
the feed auger by the straw
elevator chain

CORRECTION

THRESHING AREA
CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Wait until crop is in a fit condition to harvest.
Increase drum speed.

Clearance between drum and
concave too wide

Reduce concave clearance.

Concave not parallel to drum

Adjust sides of concave individually until they are parallel
to the drum rasp bars.

Not enough material entering
combine for proper threshing
action

Lower header and/or increase ground speed.

Unthreshed heads passing
through concave grate

5-2

Crop not ripe enough
Drum speed too slow

Grain
not
properly
threshed from heads

Close concave de-awning
plates to blank off front portion of the concave.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Grain
not
properly
threshed from heads

Rasp bars or concave damaged, bent or worn excessively

Inspect all rasp bars and concave for excessive wear or
damage.

Irregular feeding to drum

Check straw elevator chain
position.

Beater shaft speed incorrect

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080

Drum speed too slow

Increase drum speed.

Beater stripper plates incorrectly adjusted

Adjust stripper plates closer
to the rasp bars.

Drum rasp bars damaged or
worn

Replace rasp bars.

Crop too wet or insufficiently
ripe

Wait until crop is in a fit condition to harvest.

Irregular feeding

Adjust header and straw elevator for optimum feeding.

Drum speed too slow

Increase drum speed.

Crop too wet or insufficiently
ripe

Wait until crop is in a fit condition to harvest.

Drum vari-drive belt slips

Check drum variator for deformation or incorrect adjustment. Tighten tensioning
spring, if necessary.

Losing rpm because of sluggish or malfunctioning engine
governor

Fuel injection pump should
be checked by a specialist.

Material wrapping around
the drum

Drum blockage

CORRECTION

5-3

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

THRESHING, SEPARATION AND CLEANING
CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Decrease drum speed sufficiently to stop cracking, yet
still thresh all the grains from
the heads, and/or open concave slightly.
See the concern described
under ''Excessive tailings''.

Concave clogged, or openings blocked by de-awning
plates

Clean concave and remove
de-awning plates.

Concave not parallel to drum

Adjust sides of concave individually until they are parallel
to the drum.

Grain being cracked in grain
elevator

Adjust grain elevator chain
tension.

Clearance between drum and
concave too small

Increase concave clearance
just enough to eliminate
cracking. Decrease drum
speed slightly.

Uneven feeding, or wads entering drum

Adjust straw elevator chain.
Check feed auger height and
retractable finger adjustment.

Not enough material entering
combine

Lower header and increase
ground speed.

Damaged
housing

5-4

Drum speed too fast

Excessive tailings

Excessive cracked grain
in tank

Repair damaged housing.

bottom

auger

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Straw walkers running at incorrect speed

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080

Straw walkers overloaded
due to excessive ground
speed

Grain loss over straw
walkers

Reduce ground speed to reduce amount of material entering combine. Raise the
header. Increase concave-todrum clearance if straw walkers have become dogged due
to the straw being broken up
excessively.
It may be necessary to reduce concave-to-drum clearance if overloading is the result of incomplete threshing.
In this case, it may also be desirable to increase the drum
speed.

Crop too wet or contains excessive green material
Straw
walker
openings
blocked so grain cannot drop
through

Clean straw walker openings.

Concave blocked allowing
excessive grain to be thrown
onto the straw walkers
Grain is not properly
cleaned

Wait until crop is in fit condition to harvest.

Clean concave thoroughly.

Lower sieve opening too
wide, allowing trash to fall into
the clean grain auger

Reduce lower sieve opening.

Cleaning fan vari-drive belt
slipping

Check fan variator adjustment.

Beater shaft speed incorrect

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080
Check also whether the cleaning
shoe drive belt is slipping.
5-5

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Wind deflectors incorrectly
adjusted

Position deflectors on the factory setting.

Insufficient air blast from
cleaning fan

Increase fan speed to the
point that grain is being
cleaned properly, but not
blown over the rear of the
sieves.

Lower sieve overloaded or
blocked

Clean the sieve thoroughly.

Upper sieve opened too wide,
allowing excessive trash to
fall onto lower sieve

Grain is not properly
cleaned

Close upper sieve so that
only the clean grain falls onto
the lower sieve and most of
the trash moves out over the
rear of the upper sieve.
If closed too far, threshed
grain will be lost over the rear
of the sieve.

Drum speed too high, or concave clearance too small, or a
combination of both, resulting
in chopped straw overloading
the sieves
Grain loss over the
sieves

Readjust drum speed and
concave clearance so that
the straw is not broken up excessively, but so that all the
grain is threshed from the
heads.

Too much air blast from the
cleaning fan

Reduce air blast with fan variable speed control.

Wind deflectors incorrectly
adjusted

Position deflectors on the factory setting.

Upper sieve not opened wide
enough

Upper sieve blocked

Clean upper sieve.

Lower sieve not opened wide
enough or blocked, causing
excessive grain to enter returns and be rethreshed

Open the lower sieve and
clean if it is blocked.

Crop not in a fit condition to
harvest, or contains too much
green material

5-6

Open the upper sieve so that
all the clean grain moves to
the lower sieve.

Raise header to prevent as
much green material as possible from entering combine,
or wait until crop is in a fit condition to harvest.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Grain pan dirty

Clean grain pan.

Sieves overloaded

See concern described under
''Sieves overloaded'', below.

Cleaning shoe drive belt slipping

Adjust cleaning shoe belt tension.

Beater shaft speed incorrect

Grain loss over the
sieves

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080
Check electric control. Contact your local dealer.

Cleaning shoe not level (selflevelling cleaning shoe only)

GENERAL PROBLEMS
CONCERN
Blockage of machine

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Beater shaft speed incorrect

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080

Crop not in a fit condition to
harvest, or too much green
material in crop

Raise header to reduce
amount of green material entering the combine, or wait
until crop is in a fit condition to
harvest.

Concave incorrectly adjusted

Increase drum-to-concave
clearance. Ensure concave is
parallel to the drum.

Rasp bars or concave damaged or worn excessively

Inspect all rasp bars and concave for excessive wear or
damage. Replace, if necessary.

Irregular feeding.

Adjust ground speed to permit even feeding.
Check straw elevator chain
tension

5-7

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

Blockage of machine

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Belts slipping

Check all belt drives. Tighten
belts, as required.

Drum vari-drive belt slips

Check drum variator for deformation or incorrect adjustment.
Tighten tensioning spring, if
necessary.

Belt or chain broken

Open lower sieve slightly and
clean thoroughly, if blocked.

Reduce the fan speed.

Wind deflectors incorrectly
adjusted

Position deflectors on the factory setting.

Eccentric shaft speed incorrect

Check cleaning shoe drive
belt tension.

Overthreshing

5-8

Lower sieve closed too much,
or blocked

Air blast too strong from the
cleaning fan

Excessive tailings

Replace broken belt or repair
chain.

Reduce drum speed and/or
increase drum-to-concave
clearance to prevent straw
from being chopped up excessively.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN
Sieves overloaded

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Beater shaft speed incorrect

Check speed of beater shaft.
Correct speed = 875 rpm on
TC5040-TC5050-TC5060.
850 rpm on
TC5070-TC5080

Cleaning shoe drive belt slipping

Check all belt drives and adjust tension, as required.

Insufficient air blast from the
fan

Increase fan speed.

Upper sieve open too narrow
or blocked

Open sieve slightly and clean
thoroughly, if blocked.

Overthreshing

Reduce drum speed and/or
increase drum-to-concave
clearance to reduce the
amount of short straw on the
upper sieve.
Do not make these adjustments too extreme, or underthreshing may result.

Wind deflectors incorrectly
adjusted

Position deflectors on the factory setting.

5-9

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

ENGINE
CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Connect, clean and coat with
vaseline the battery connections.
Charge battery.

Air in fuel system

Bleed fuel system.

Faulty lift pump

Check lift pump.

Restricted fuel filter

Replace fuel filter.

Restricted prefilter/water
separator

Replace element.

Dirty or defective injectors

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty injection pump setting

Contact your local dealer.

Poor compression

Contact your local dealer.

Polluted fuel

Drain and clean fuel tank.
Refill with clean fuel.

Dirty air cleaner

Clean air cleaner.

Restricted fuel filter

Replace fuel filter.

Dirty or defective injectors

Contact your local dealer.

Restricted exhaust pipe

5-10

Fill up fuel tank.

Battery partly run down

Engine does not give full
power

Insufficient fuel in tank
Battery connections dirty or
disconnected

Engine will not start

Clean or replace exhaust
pipe.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Engine does not give full
power

Injection timing incorrect

Contact your local dealer.

Incorrect valve clearance

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty injection pump

Contact your local dealer.

Poor compression

Contact your local dealer.

Vent hole in fuel tank filler cap
clogged

Clean vent hole.

Polluted fuel

Drain and clean fuel tank.
Refill with clean fuel.

Insufficient coolant

Add coolant.

Dirty radiator

Clean radiator.

Fan belt slack or broken

Adjust belt(s) tension, or replace belt.

Rotary screen clogged

Clean the screen.

Thermostat sticking

Contact your local dealer.

Fuel injection timing incorrect

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty or dirty fuel injectors

Contact your local dealer.

Insufficient oil in engine sump

Add oil.

Defective cylinder head gasket

Contact your local dealer.

Engine overheats

CORRECTION

5-11

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Faulty or dirty injectors

Contact your local dealer.

Incorrect injection timing

Contact your local dealer.

Broken valve springs

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty injection pump

Contact your local dealer.

Piston slap

Engine knocks

Contact your local dealer.

Bearing(s) worn

Contact your local dealer.

Contact your local dealer.
Contact your local dealer.

Wrong engine timing

Contact your local dealer.

Air in fuel system

Bleed fuel system.

Broken injector pipe

Contact your local dealer.

Dirty or defective injectors

Contact your local dealer.

Broken or sticking piston
rings

Contact your local dealer.

Sticking valves

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty injection pump

5-12

Contact your local dealer.

Poor compression

Engine runs only at
1500 rpm

Contact your local dealer.

Faulty injection pump

Engine will not idle

Incorrect fuel injection timing
Faulty or dirty injectors

Exhaust emits excessive
smoke

Contact your local dealer.

CAN connection error

Contact your local dealer.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Check lift pump.
Contact your local dealer.

Incorrect injection pump

The injection pump should be
checked. Contact your local
dealer.

Insufficient oil

Add oil.

Sender unit defective

Replace sender unit.
Contact your local dealer.

Oil pressure gauge defective

Replace oil pressure gauge.
Contact your local dealer.

Main bearings worn

Contact your local dealer.

Corroded or loose connections

Check and tighten connections.

Loose alternator drive belt

Contact your local dealer.

Alternator or voltage regulator not working properly

Air conditioning will not
cool

Replace filters.

Sticking valves

Battery will not charge

Bleed fuel system.

Faulty lift pump

Insufficient oil pressure

Air in fuel system
Fuel filters restricted

Engine starts, then stops

Contact your local dealer.

Fuse no. 5 blown

Check for cause and replace
fuse.

Condenser plugged externally

Clean condenser.

Evaporator plugged externally

Clear evaporator.
Contact your local dealer or a
specialist for assistance.

5-13

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

STRAW CHOPPER [if fitted]
CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

The chopper rotor touches
the side of the combine straw
hood

Straighten the straw hood
and readjust the chopper so
that the rotor runs freely.

Rotor knife damaged or broken

Replace damaged or broken
rotor knife.

Rotor bearing broken

Chopper vibrates during
operation

Replace rotor bearing.
Contact your local dealer.

Frame cross
installed

bars

not

Install frame cross bars.

Rotor out of balance

Knives of different thickness
installed

Replace damaged knives
and sharpen counter knives.
Turn, or replace, rotor knives.
Sharpen or replace counter
knives.
Rotor speed must be 3400
rpm minimum (on standard
speed). Check belt tension.

Wrong position of counter
knives bar

5-14

Damaged knife or knives on
rotor and counter knives bar

Incorrect rotor speed

Spread pattern too wide,
or too narrow

Replace incorrect knives.

Dull rotor knives and counter
knives

Poor chop quality, i.e. too
long

Ensure all knives are swinging freely, are undamaged
and equally worn. Clean rotor
properly. If this does not
solve the problem, contact
your local dealer.

Correct position.

Adjustment error

Adjust spreader fins for correct spread pattern.

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

CONCERN

POSSIBLE CAUSE

CORRECTION

Tension belts correctly.
Install fins correctly, or repair.

Clutch slips

Adjust and, if necessary, replace worn parts.
Contact your local dealer.

Incorrect belts used

Use correct belts.

Warning alarm defective (accumulation of straw in the
straw hood)

Repair warning alarm.
Contact your local dealer.

Straw chopper incorrectly adjusted to the crop being harvested

Adjust straw chopper, as described in this manual.

Clutch not engaged

Engage the clutch

Belts not tensioned

Tension belts

Clutch failure

Belts flapping

Sharpen or replace counter
knives. Replace, or turn, rotor
knives.

Straw spreader fins incorrectly installed, or damaged

Chopper will not engage

Dull knives

Belts slack

Straw
chopper
gets blocked

Contact your local dealer

Belt guides and/or idler incorrectly adjusted

Adjust belt guides and idler
correctly.

5-15

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING
HEADER HEIGHT CONTROL - ERROR MESSAGES
Error
Code

Short description

Description

Severe error
11

Lifting limit switch

The limit switch of the lifting magnet is faulty or the magnet line
is interrupted downstream the connector.

12

Lowering limit switch

The limit switch of the lowering magnet is faulty or the magnet
line is interrupted downstream the connector.

13

Short circuit of the magnet
current

The current measured at the connector is too high.
- Possible magnet short circuit.

14

Wire break in the magnet
connector

On the connector no current is measured even though the
magnet is live.
- Possible break of the power wires towards the solenoid
valves
- Faulty magnet
- No battery tension on the connector (faulty fuse).

15

Lifting / Lowering / Quick
control

Control signal not OK, see Lifting / Lowering / Quick control.

16

Stabilized power

Incorrect component power.
10 V or ground power not OK.

17

Battery

Battery voltage higher than 19 V

18

Switch

Switch signal not OK.
Wire break and/or signal disconnected.

5-16

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

Error
Code

Short description

Description

Mean error
21

Position sensor

Position signal not OK
- Wire break and/or position sensor disconnected
- Possible short circuit or ground connection
- Position sensor adjustment not OK

22

Distance and position rated
potentiometer

Rated potentiometer signal not OK
Wire break and/or potentiometer disconnected

23

Pressure sensor

Pressure sensor signal not OK
Wire break and/or sensor disconnected
This error does not occur only when the pressure adjustment
has been pre-selected.

24

Pressure rated potentiometer

Rated potentiometer signal not OK
Wire break and/or potentiometer disconnected

Slight error
31

Right Autofloatt sensor

Right Autofloatt sensor signal [optional] not OK
- Wire break and/or sensor disconnected
- Possible short circuit or ground connection

32

Left Autofloatt sensor

Left Autofloatt sensor signal not OK
- Wire break and/or sensor disconnected
- Possible short circuit or ground connection

33

Right-hand / left-hand and
automatic control button

Control button signal from switch (5) and (7) not OK.
- Broken and/or disconnect wire
Control button for right, left or automatic swinging faulty function.

34

Valve for accumulator

Valve for accumulator not closed

36

Faulty valve and/or no oil
pressure

Notwithstanding the enabled lifting current on the connector of
the EHRD box, the cylinders do not lift.
Is the engine running? If yes, the oil pressure is unlikely to be
present or the valve is likely to be obstructed.

41

"Left tilting" valve

Left tilting valve disconnected

42

"Right tilting" valve

Right tilting valve disconnected

5-17

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING
MACHINE - ERROR MESSAGES
Error code

Description

E101

Ground speed sensor shorted to ground

E102

Ground speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E103

Ground speed sensor line open

E104

Drum speed sensor shorted to ground

E105

Drum speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E106

Drum speed sensor line open

E107

Fan speed sensor shorted to ground

E108

Fan speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E109

Fan speed sensor line open

E110

Straw walker speed sensor shorted to ground

E111

Straw walker speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E112

Straw walker speed sensor line open

E113

Returns elevator speed sensor shorted to ground

E114

Returns elevator speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E115

Returns elevator speed sensor line open

E116

Straw chopper speed sensor shorted to ground

E117

Straw chopper speed sensor shorted to battery voltage

E118

Straw chopper speed sensor line open

E201

Coolant temperature sensor shorted (TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060)

E202

Coolant temperature sensor line open (TC5040 - TC5050 - TC5060)

E301

Threshing valve output (remote control only)

E302

Header valve output (remote control only)

E303

Unload tube valve output (remote control only)

5-18

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING
ENGINE - ERROR MESSAGES
Error code
Alarm message

Description

F559

Coolant temperature sensor

F560

Coolant temperature sensor dynamic test

F562

Boost pressure sensor

F563

Fuel temperature signal

F564

Oil pressure sensor

F566

Oil temperature sensor

F596

Open oil pressure sensor (only TC5070 - TC5080)

F705

Atmospheric pressure sensor

StEP

Engine rear ladder is down at contact on

SEAt

Operator not present alarm

OIL/StOP

Low engine oil pressure alarm

HEAt/StOP

Excessive coolant temperature alarm

HYDP/StOP

Hydrostatic low oil pressure alarm

HYDt/StOP

Excessive hydrostatic oil temperature alarm

FUEL/HOt

High fuel temperature alarm ( & gt; 70_C) = low level fuel tank

SHUn/StOP
bAtt/StOP

Shunttank level alarm
Battery no charge alarm

5-19

SECTION 5 - FAULT FINDING

5-20

SECTION 6 - VEHICLE STORAGE

SECTION 6 - VEHICLE STORAGE
Your combine represents an important investment
and its life depends upon how well you take care of
it.

END-OF-SEASON SERVICE
Follow the steps outlined below at the end of each
season's use or when the machine will not be used for
an extended period of time. This will ensure the combine is kept in good condition and ready for the next
season.
1. Remove the head to facilitate cleaning.
2. Clean the interior and exterior of the combine
thoroughly because any chaff and dirt left in the
machine will attract moisture and cause rust.
NOTE:
o

Avoid pressure washing at ambient temperatures
below 105 C (505 F). Place the machine in a
heated workshop for at least 24 hours.

o

Avoid direct water jets onto electric equipment,
bearings, seals, gearbox, oil tank or fuel tank filler
caps, into the engine exhaust, engine, cab air filters and decals.

o

Leave covers open at the bottom of the elevators
to allow any moisture to drain out. Leave the unloading auger cleaning doors open.

DELETED
3. Remove the sieves, clean them and coat with oil
or a rust preventative.
4. Remove all chains. Clean and coat the chains
with oil. Reinstall them, then adjust to the correct
tension.
5. Lubricate the machine thoroughly, as described
in Section 4 - LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE.
6. Coat all bright parts (except the pulley and the variator discs) with paint, a rust preventative, oil or
grease to protect them from rust.

When using a high pressure washer spray:
-

Keep a minimum distance of 30 cm (11'') between the spray gun and the surface to be
cleaned.

-

Spray under an angle of minimum 25° (do not
spray in perpendicular direction).

-

Maximum water temperature: 60°C (140°F).

-

Maximum water pressure: 60 bar (870 PSI)
Do not use chemicals.

-

Legislation in certain countries and good
practice requires special treatment of waste
water through sedimentation and oil separation and controlled removal of residues.

6-1

SECTION 6 - VEHICLE STORAGE
7. Retract all hydraulic cylinders and coat exposed
parts of the cylinder rods with grease.
8. Clean all belts, then check belt tension.
Adjust if necessary.

DELETED
9. Clean the air filter element.
10. Use compressed air, or water under pressure, to
clean out the engine radiator. Use a low-pressure
water jet, or compressed air, to clean the air-conditioner condenser fins.
11. Check the anti-freeze content in the engine cooling system.
12. Fill the fuel tank completely.
13. Store the combine in a dry place, protected from
the weather.
14. Close off all engine openings with plugs or greaseproof paper.
15. Support the combine on wooden blocks to relieve
the weight from the tires. Leave tires inflated.
16. Disconnect the battery cables. Clean and charge
the batteries.

6-2

IMPORTANT: The batteries should be charged every
8 to 10 weeks with a 5 to 6 amperes current for a period of 24 hours to a minimum of 12.6 volt.
NOTE: Removing the batteries will not harm the storage of information in the monitor.
17. Straw chopper: Remove all knives and bushings,
grease them thoroughly and reinstall them onto
the rotor. Torque nuts between 110 and 120 Nm
(81 and 88 ft.lbs).
18. Every 4 weeks, remove the engine opening
seals, start the engine and run at 3/4 throttle for
1 to 2 hours. Move all the variators from minimum
to maximum, and vice versa, to ensure adequate
lubrication to prevent rust.
19. Switch on the air conditioning while the engine is
running, only if the ambient temperature is above
15°C (60°F). This will ensure lubrication of the
compressor parts. Operate the air-conditioning
system for at least 15 minutes.
20. Reinstall the engine opening seals.
Periodic checks will help to keep your combine
maintenance and repairs to a minimum and avoid
costly breakdowns during the season. Therefore, it is good practice to have the combine inspected at the end of the season. Your NEW HOLLAND dealer will gladly quote a price for this
work.

SECTION 6 - VEHICLE STORAGE
ORDERING PARTS AND/OR ACCESSORIES
When preparing the combine for storage, check thoroughly for any parts that may have become worn and
need replacing.
Parts and/or Accessories should be ordered at once
and fitted before the next harvesting season.
When ordering Parts and/or Accessories, always ensure to give your NEW HOLLAND dealer the model
number and PIN number of your combine. See the
chapter headed ''Product Identification''.

INSIST ON GENUINE NEW HOLLAND ''QUALITY''
PARTS AS THEY WILL GIVE THE BEST PERFORMANCE AND ARE COVERED BY OUR WARRANTY.

FOR BEST PERFORMANCE YOUR COMBINE
SHOULD BE SERVICED BY AN AUTHORIZED
NEW HOLLAND DEALER.

6-3

SECTION 6 - VEHICLE STORAGE
PRE-SEASON SERVICE
Follow the steps outlined below at the beginning of
each season to ensure the machine is in good condition and ready for use.

6. Check the oil level of the following and add oil, if
needed:
o

Traction gearbox

o

Final drive gearboxes

o

Brake fluid reservoir

3. Lubricate the machine, as detailed in the ''Lubrication Schedule''.

o

Clutch fluid reservoir

4. Check all belt and chain tensions (including the
straw elevator and grain elevator chain).

o

Hydrostatic and/ or hydraulic reservoir

1. Remove the wooden blocks supporting the combine.
2. Check the tire pressures and wheel nuts torque.

5. Remove the protective oil from the sieves and reinstall them in the machine.

6-4

DELETED

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
FEEDING
Grain header illumination kit
A grain header illumination kit is available.

1
Quick release coupler
A quick release coupler is available to connect the
hydraulic components of the combine with the header
attached.

03056

2

7-1

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
STRAW ELEVATOR
Anti-wrap shields
Anti-wrap shields can be installed onto the upper
shaft of the straw elevator to harvest rice or damp
straw conditions.

Rice kit for fixed straw elevator
Rice kit for lateral float straw elevator
Narrowing plates can be installed to harvest rice or
damp straw conditions.

Third header lift cylinder
When a maize header is used, it is necessary to install
a third header lifting cylinder
(only on models with five straw walkers).

3

7-2

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
THRESHING AND SEPARATION
Straw walker vertical cover plates

In crops with short brittle straw it may be necessary
to cover all the vertical apertures on the straw
walkers. This will reduce the amount of material on
the sieves and provide a cleaner sample.

DELETED

42290

4

De-awning slats
Two de-awning slats can be fitted in the front section
of the threshing concave to improve threshing
efficiency in difficult to thresh crops.

42912

5

7-3

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
De-awning plates
The de-awning plates increase the rubbing action of
the drum and concave when threshing winter barley
or difficult to thresh crops.
Depending on the needs, two or four de-awning
plates can be installed.

42052

Beater pins

6

Beater pins can be installed to reduce grain crackage.

7

7-4

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Cereal threshing rebuild kit
This equipment must be installed when the
conversion from rice to cereal threshing is needed:
It consists of:
o de-awning plates
o standard drum
o stone trap tube
o standard concave
Rice threshing rebuild kit
This equipment must be installed when the
conversion from cereal to rice threshing is needed:
It consists of:
o rice drum
o rice concave
o cleaning fan bottom shield
o anti-wrap shields
o rotary separator wear plates (if rotary separator)
Maize threshing rebuild kit
For harvesting maize it is necessary to install the
following equipment:
- Rebuild from rice to maize: the kit consists of:
o maize concave and fixed suspension
o
o

standard drum

o
-

drum cover plates (see fig. 8)

stone trap tube

Rebuild from cereals to maize: the kit consists of:
o

maize concave and fixed suspension

o

drum cover plates

o

cleaning fan bottom shield

DELETED

8

Maize special dry conditions
o
o
o
o

maize concave and fixed suspension
drum cover plates
stone trap cover plate
spike tooth beater

7-5

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
CLEANING SYSTEM
Upper sieve HC 1-5/8" (FS+SL)
This sieve is recommended as upper sieve when
harvesting maize.

DELETED

52092

9

Round hole sieves
The following round hole sieves are available:
-

3.5 mm diameter holes: for use when harvesting
small seeds (used as lower sieve)

-

16 mm diameter holes: for use when harvesting
damp maize (used as upper sieve)

-

18 mm diameter holes: for use when harvesting
damp maize (used as upper sieve)
52091

10
Graepel sieve extension (fixed cleaning shoe)
Graepel sieve extension (self-levelling cleaning
shoe)
This extension can be fitted at the rear of the upper
sieve instead of a finger rake to prevent short straw
and weed from passing into the returns auger.

42319

11

7-6

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Cleaning fan bottom shield
This shield can be fitted for harvesting maize,
sunflower, soya, beans, etc., to protect the fan
bottom.
NOTE: This bottom shield is included in the rice
threshing equipment.

42915

Grass seed equipment

12

This equipment will improve the combine
performance while threshing small seeds.
It consists of:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

fan blanking-off plates
beater rake cover plate
grain pan rake cover plate
Graepel sieve extension
canvas on sieve end
sweeper plates on the unloading auger
auger flight part (for grain header)

Extended dividers
(only for units with fixed upper sieve)
These are recommended when operating in hilly
conditions to prevent material from flowing to one
side of the upper sieve and causing grain losses.
The dividers are bolted in vertical position between
the sieve sections.

DELETED

13

7-7

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
CLEAN GRAIN, GRAIN TANK AND UNLOADING
Perforated covers under augers and elevators
These covers are recommended when threshing
beans, peas or soya to obtain a cleaner grain sample.

42342

Grain tank level sensor

14

This system warns the operator when the grain tank
is full.

15
Grain elevator high speed kit
This kit can be used to increase the capacity of the
grain elevator, especially when harvesting maize.

42686

16

DELETED

7-8

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
STRAW HANDLING
Straw walker protection
This device can be fitted on the straw hood to warn
the operator that there is an excessive straw build-up
on the straw walkers. The straw activates a flap
switch which sounds the horn.
This device is standard equipment when the combine
is equipped with straw chopper.

42348

Straw chopper with manually adjustable
deflectors

17

This equipment can be fitted on the machine to cut
and to spread the straw if the straw has to be
ploughed back into the soil.

18
Remote adjustable spreader plates rebuild kit
This provides the operator with dashboard switches
to reposition the chopper chute spreader plates while
working and to precisely set the spread pattern
behind the machine, e.g. when changing crops or in
windy conditions.

19

7-9

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Straw chopper slow-down kit
This equipment should be installed for harvesting
sunflower or maize to protect the knives and to
prevent maize cobs pieces from being projected too
violently from the chopper.

50403

Straw chopper guards for maize

20

If the straw chopper is installed, a maize punching
plate (2) should be installed in the straw hood, to
avoid maize cobs from being thrown against the
hood.

DELETED

7-10

21

ZDA1142A

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Chaff spreader (TC5060 - TC5070 - TC5080)
This equipment can be fitted when the chaff from the
cleaning shoe is required to be spread or to project
the chaff into the straw chopper to spread or to project
chaff into straw swath to increase amount of baled
straw.

Straw spreader

22

DELETED

Swathing rake
A straw deflector can be installed in the straw hood
to reduce the swath width for the following baler.

42322

23

7-11

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
TRACTION AND TYRES
Ladder extension
A ladder extension is available.

Hinging ladder extension (TC5080)

24

A hinging ladder extension is available.

DELETED

Steering platform extension

This extension allows the use of wider traction tyres.

25

7-12

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
ENGINE
Air compressor kit (TC5070 - TC5080)
An air compressor kit can be installed to clean the
engine compartment.

26
Air gun and hose (TC5070 - TC5080)
An air gun and hose is available to clean the combine.

27

7-13

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Rotary dust screen brush
This kit can be fitted to help cleaning the rotary dust
screen while harvesting maize.

Grid heater

28

A grid heater can be installed to aid the engine in cold
weather.

29

7-14

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
CAB
Sun canopy
For combine models without cab, the machine
operator can be protected against the sun by a large
adjustable sun canopy.

Additional mirrors

30

The additional mirrors will increase the visibility at the
sides and to the rear of the machine.

42316

31
Screen washer kit
A screen washer kit can be installed to clean the cab
windscreen.

Heating
Heating (1) can be fitted in the cab for operator
comfort when operating in cold weather.

32

7-15

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Revolving flash light
The machine can be equipped with two revolving
flash lights for driving on public roads to warn the
other vehicles that it is a wide and slow-moving
vehicle.
NOTE: According to local legislations, this equipment
is mandatory or forbidden for driving on public roads.

42340

Adjustable light on grain tank

33

To perform the grain tank unloading operations at
night it is possible to fit an adjustable light on the grain
tank.

34

7-16

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Portable operating light and stubble lights
Two stubble lights can be installed underneath the
operator's platform for use when working at night.
Two portable operating lights fitted at the straw hood
gives more clarity to the rear. It can be unhooked and,
among others, used to check sieve settings while
using the machine at night.

42310

Performance monitor

35

The performance monitor indicates a possible
increase or decrease in grain losses. It allows the
combine to be used to its maximum capacity.

36

7-17

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
MISCELLANEOUS
Header trailer hitch
Two types of trailer hitches are available for towing
the header trailer.
Maximum static load on this hitch and the maximum
allowed header trailer weight is mentioned on a plate
located on the hitch support.
o

Rotation trailer hitch

42346

o

Fixed trailer hitch

37

38
Wheel counterweights
Wheel weights can be fitted to the steering wheel
rims.
Two sets of counterweights are available:
200 kg (441 lbs): 10 counterweights
400 kg (882 lbs): 20 counterweights
39

7-18

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES
Signal plates
For some countries, signal plates must be installed
for road transport.

42102

Signal plates for Germany

40

Specs Germany

Fire extinguisher
A fire extinguisher is available.

41

7-19

SECTION 7 - ACCESSORIES

7-20

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
WHEELS AND TYRES
WARNING

The tyres specified by the manufacturer are the only
tyres approved. If nongenuine or replacement tyres
are used, these must be identical in size and strength
[PR rating for diagonal tyres or Load Capacity for
radial tyres (e.g. 166 A8)] to specified tyres. The
recommended tyre pressure has to be maintained at
all times.
Only original NEW HOLLAND wheel rims should be
used in combination with the tyre sizes indicated.
Only these tyre/wheel combinations have been
homologated in relation to the machine weight, width
and road speed limits. The rims should be fitted in
such a way that the maximum overall machine width
permitted locally on public roads is adhered to.

CAUTION

Road travel in the 4th gear with grain in the tank is not
allowed.

WHEEL NUTS TORQUE
TORQUE

MINIMUM

MAXIMUM

Nm

Ft.lbs

Nm

Ft.lbs

Traction wheel nuts torque

610

450

732

540

Steering wheel nuts torque
(Fixed + ASA)

410

302

492

363

Tables below gives the permitted inflation pressure
(bar):
Field condition:
o

Speed = 10 km/h: cycling loading operations,
excepting hillside applications in excess of 20%
grade.

o

Full grain tank + header in work position

Road condition:
o

Empty grain tank

Traction tyres (pressures): road + field conditions
Steering tyres (pressures): only road conditions
"Offset", "Track", "Overall width" = mm

8-1

Field

HEADERS
Road

Offset

8-2
Fixed steering axle
Adjustable steering axle

Track

(x) = Allowed

STEERING TYRES

STEERING AXLES

Offset

TRACTION TYRES

Overall
Width

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

No header

No header

Grain Header 15 ft

Grain Header 13 ft

Grain Header 12 ft

Field

HEADERS

No header

Grain Header 15 ft

Grain Header 13 ft

Grain Header 12 ft

Road

Offset

STEERING TYRES

Fixed steering axle
Adjustable steering axle

STEERING AXLES

Offset

TRACTION TYRES

Track

Overall
Width

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

8-3

No header

No header

Field

HEADERS

8-4
No header

Road

Offset

Fixed steering axle
Adjustable steering axle

Track

(x) = Allowed

STEERING TYRES

STEERING AXLES

Offset

TRACTION TYRES

Overall
Width

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

No header

Grain Header 15 ft

Grain Header 13 ft

Grain Header 12 ft

Field

HEADERS

No header

Grain Header 15 ft

Grain Header 13 ft

Grain Header 12 ft

Road

Offset

Fixed steering axle
Adjustable steering axle

Track

(x) = Allowed

STEERING TYRES

STEERING AXLES

Offset

TRACTION TYRES

Overall
Width

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

8-5

No header

No header

8-6
Grain Header 12 ft
Grain Header 13 ft
Grain Header 15 ft
Grain Header 17 ft
Grain Header 20 ft
5 R no chopper
6 R Rigid without chopper
6 R Flip-up without chopper

Field

HEADERS

6 R Flip-up without chopper
No header

Road

6 R Flip-up without chopper
No header

6 R Flip-up without chopper
No header

Fixed steering axle
Adjustable steering axle

Offset

Track

(x) = Allowed

STEERING TYRES

STEERING AXLES

Offset

TRACTION TYRES
Overall
Width

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS

TECHNICAL DATA
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

HEADER
High-Capacity
Grain Header
Cutting width

12 - 13 - 15 ft

12 - 13 - 15 - 17 ft

Cutting height

12 - 13 - 15 -
17 -20 (1) ft

from 0 to 1600 mm

Maize header
Number of rows

-

5 row (Rigid)

5 - 6 row
(Rigid)
6 row (Flip-up)

STRAW ELEVATOR
Type
Straw elevator width

Fixed

Fixed / Lateral flotation

1054 mm

1314 mm

Front/Cradle width

1885 mm

Number of chains

3

Number of slats

16

Type of slats
Protection

32
L-slats

spring-loaded slip clutch set at 600Nm

Top shaft speed

376 rpm

365 rpm

Lower shaft speed

575 rpm

558 rpm

Straw elevator drive

2HC drive belt from the intermediate shaft

Drive line

2HC belt

Reverse system

electrical

Stone trap
Number of lifting
cylinders

hinged
2

2 or 3

-

Optional

-

Standard

Fixed straw elevator
- Controlfloatt
Lateral flotation on straw elevator
- Autofloatt
(1) former C.I.S. countries

8-7

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

THRESHING DRUM
Speed range
Speed adjustment

Variable from 430 to 1070 rpm

Variable from 417 to 1037 rpm

Electrically controlled from the operator's platform

Speed read-out

Display

Drive

Variator belt from beater shaft
Standard drum with bars/Rice drum

Drum type
- Standard drum with bars
Width

1040 mm

Number of bars

1300 mm
8

Diameter

607 mm

- Rice drum
Width

1040 mm

Number of bars

8

Diameter
Number of teeth/bar
Distance between teeth

8-8

1300 mm
607 mm

18

22 (4 bars) 23 (remaining bars)
56 mm

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

DRUM CONCAVE
Width
Adjustment possibility

1057 mm

1317 mm

14 positions, mechanical adjustment from the operator's platform

Fine adjustments

At the suspension points, with threaded rods and nuts

Deawning plates

4 (loose)

Standard concave
Wrap angle
Concave area

111_
0.62

m2

Number of bars

0.79 m2
14

Distance between wires
(centre to centre)

14 mm

Wire diameter

3.5 mm

Maize concave
Wrap angle
Area

111_
0.63

m2

Number of bars

0.79 m2
10

Distance between wires
(centre to centre)

26 mm

Wire diameter

6 mm

Rice concave
Wrap angle

102_

Number of bars
Number of teeth per bar

4
19

23

8-9

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

BEATER
Drive

3 HB belt from the engine

Speed

875 rpm

Number of blades

850 rpm
4

Width

1040 mm

1300 mm

Grate area (without
rotary separator)

0.318 m2

0.396 m2

Width

-

1317 mm

Concave area

-

0.2 m2

Number of bars

-

3

Distance between wires
(centre to centre)

-

32 mm

Wire diameter

-

6 mm

Drive

-

1 HC belt over beater shaft

Diameter

-

605 mm

Width

-

1300 mm

Number of teeth

-

10 x 7

Speed

-

Beater concave (if applicable)

ROTARY SEPARATOR (if applicable)

760 or 400
rpm

740 or 388 rpm

Rotary separator concave (if applicable)
Width

-

1317 mm

Concave area
(without rake)
Concave area (with
rake)

-

0.66 m2

Number of bars

-

12

Distance between wires
(centre to centre)

-

32 mm

Wire diameter

-

6 mm

8-10

0.83 m2

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

STRAW WALKERS
Number

4

5

Speed

220 rpm

212 rpm

- Without rotary separator
Number of steps

6

Length

3780 mm
4 m2

5 m2

Number of steps

-

5

Separation area

-

4.36 m2

Length

-

3300 mm

Separation area

- With rotary separator

CLEANING SHOE
Type

Fixed or self-levelling

Eccentric shaft speed

320 rpm

Drive

309 rpm
1HC belt

Grain pan
Grain pan width

1001 mm

Grain pan length
Grain pan rake surface

1261 mm
1926 mm

0.19 m2

0.23 m2

Upper shaker shoe
Horizontal stroke

47 mm

Throwing angle: front/
rear
Upper sieve width

27_/ 27_
996 mm

Upper sieve length
Upper sieve area

1256 mm
1587 mm

1.58 m2

Upper sieve positions

1.99 m2
2

Upper sieve grate surface

0.148

m2

0.187 m2

Graepel area

0.153 m2

0.191 m2

Lower shaker shoe
Horizontal stroke

33 mm

Throwing angle

15_

Lower sieve length

1359 mm

Lower sieve width

996 mm

1256 mm

Lower sieve area

1.35 m2

1.71 m2

Lower sieve positions
Total sieve area under
wind control

1
3.27

m2

4.12 m2

8-11

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

CLEANING FAN
Number of blades
Speed range
Speed adjustment

6
Variable from 350 to 1000 rpm
Manual or
electrical

Variable from 340 to 970 rpm
Electrical

RETURNS SYSTEM
Type

Bottom cross auger - Returns elevator to drum

Drive

Chain

Speed

368 rpm

357 rpm

GRAIN TANK, UNLOAD
Grain tank capacity

4000 litres

5200 litres

Unloading drive

6000 litres

1 HB belt and chain

Unloading tube length

3.85 m

Unloading rate

72 litres/sec

GRAIN TRANSPORT
Type

Grain elevator and filling auger

Drive

1 HB belt over eccentric shaft

Speed

368 rpm

357 rpm

STRAW CHOPPER
Drive

2 HB belt - straw chopper clutch - 2HB belt

Clutch speed

2420 rpm

2350 rpm

Rotor speed

2465 or 3500 rpm

2390 or 3400 rpm

Distance between knives

25 mm

CHAFF SPREADER
Drive

-

1 HB belt

Rotor speed

-

580 rpm

8-12

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

ENGINE
Type

New Holland (**)

Gross power @ 2100
rpm (ISO TR14396)

125 kW
(170CV)

152 kW
(207CV)

177 kW
(240CV)

Maximum power
@ 2000 rpm

129 kW
(175CV)

164 kW
(223CV)

178 kW
(242CV)

Injection system

Rotary injection pump

Common rail

Mechanically

Electronically

Governor
Rated speed

2100 rpm

Low idle speed

1300 rpm

High idle speed

2205 rpm

2100 rpm

Displacement

6700 cc

Bore

104 mm

Stroke

132 mm

Water pump speed
Ventilator speed

4084 rpm
1382 rpm

Crankcase oil capacity
(with oil filter)

1530 rpm
16 litres

Battery

2 x 12 V - 92 Ah

Starter motor

12 V - 3.0 kW

Alternator type

120 A (12V)

Alternator speed

6409 rpm

Rotary screen speed

226 rpm

AC compressor speed

2943 rpm

3036 rpm

Fuel tank

300 litres

400 litres

(**) developed by CNH Engine Corporation

8-13

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

TC5070

TC5080

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM
Air compressor speed

-

2160 rpm

Air reservoir

-

60 litres

16 + 5.5 cc/rev

Fixed 16 + 5.5 cc/rev
Lateral float 16 + 5.5 + 2 cc/rev

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Pump capacity
Maximum pressure

210 bar

Steering valve
- Type

OSPC 100

- Maximum pressure

100 bar

- Shock valve setting

150 bar

HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM
Pump flow rate

-

75 cc/rev

-

100 cc/rev

Motor capacity

-

75 cc

-

100 cc

Maximum pressure

-

420 bar

-

Speed pump

-

3000 rpm

-

2620 rpm

20 litres

38 litres

20 litres

38 litres

Reservoir capacity

320 bar

420 bar

CAB
Optional
Operator's seat

Standard
Standard

Standard / Air suspended

Instructional seat

-

Optional

-

Optional

Remote controls

-

Optional

-

Optional

Air conditioning

Optional

Standard

Screen washer kit

Optional

Heating

Optional

8-14

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
TC5040

TC5050

TC5060

Mechanical

Hydrostatic

Mechanical

TC5070

TC5080

TRACTION
Transmission

Hydrostatic

Number of gears

4 speed

3 speed

Gearbox oil capacity

15 litres

19 litres

10/52

16/71

Differential
Forward ground speed
Tyres
-

1st

18.4 x 30

23.1 x 26

620/75R26

gear (full load)

1.0 - 2.54
km/h

0 - 2.88 km/h

1.01 - 2.58
km/h

0 - 5.7 km/h

- 2nd gear (full load)

2.16 - 5.53
km/h

0 - 6.26 km/h

2.19 - 5.61
km/h

0 - 10.4 km/h

- 3rd gear (full load)

3.94 - 10.16
km/h

0 - 11.38
km/h

3.99 - 10.2
km/h

Maximum permissible ground
speed

- 4th gear (full load)

Maximum permissible ground speed

Steering axle

-

fixed or adjustable

FINAL DRIVE
Ratio

10/75

Mud seal

Optional

Oil capacity

5.5 litres

WEIGHT
(-)

7600 kg

8520 kg

8720 kg

(-): configuration
- Without rotary separator
- Without straw chopper
- Empty fuel tank
- Empty grain tank

8-15

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS

50405

1
The dimensions of the drawing above are expressed in mm.

Steering axle
dimensions

A

B

C

fixed

3.43 m

2.32 m

2.80 m

adjustable

3.41 m

2.33 m

2.81 m

TRACTION TYRES

D

E

F

G

H

23.1 x 26 - 14 PR-R1

2.00 m

0.51 m

3.63 m

3.86 m

3.94 m

620/75R26 - 166A8-DT824

1.99 m

0.50 m

3.62 m

3.85 m

3.93 m

23.1 x 26 - 10 PR-R20-SSG-TD8

2.00 m

0.51 m

3.63 m

3.86 m

3.94 m

620/75R30 - 163A8-DT822

2.05 m

0.56 m

3.68 m

3.91 m

3.99 m

750/65R26 - 166A8-DT820

2.00 m

0.51 m

3.63 m

3.85 m

3.94 m

650/75R32 - 172A8-DT822

2.12 m

0.56 m

3.75 m

3.98 m

4.00 m

800/65R32 - 172A8-DT822

2.12 m

0.56 m

3.75 m

3.98 m

4.00 m

8-16

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
GRAIN TANK UNLOAD TUBE POSITION

2

8-17

SECTION 8 - SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions
a) Grain header
Header width

Dimension I

12 ft

2.24 m

13 ft

2.09 m

15 ft

1.79 m

17 ft

1.49 m

20 ft

1.04 m

Header width

Dimension I

b) Maize header

5 row
Row distance 70 - 80 cm

2.3 m

6 row (rigid)
Row distance: 70 - 75 cm
Row distance: 75 - 80 cm

2.02 m
1.9 m

6 row (flip-up)
Row distance: 70 - 75 cm
Row distance: 75 - 80 cm

2.03 m
1.91 m

Traction tyres

Dimension K

Dimension J

23.1 x 26 - 14 PR-R1-DT

4.49 m

3.94 m

620/75R26 - 166A8-DT820 (SQ)

4.48 m

3.94 m

23.1 x 26 - 10 PR-R20-SSG-TD8

4.44 m

3.90 m

23.1 x 30 - 14 PR-R1-DT

4.54 m

3.99 m

620/75R30 - 163A8-DT820

4.54 m

3.99 m

750/65R26 - 165A8-DTR

4.46 m

3.92 m

650/75R32 - 167A8-DT820

4.64 m

4.07 m

800/65R32 - 167A8-STR

4.64 m

4.07 m

8-18

SECTION 9 - FIRST 50 HOURS SERVICE SHEETS

SECTION 9 - 1ST 50 HOUR SERVICE SHEETS
CHECK AND ADJUST, AS REQUIRED (CUSTOMER COPY)
1. Perform the 50 hour grease zerk service . . . j

12. Lubricate all chains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

2. Check wheel nut and torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

13. Check coolant level (shunt tank) . . . . . . . . . . j

3. Check steering ball joints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

14. Check brake fluid level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

4. Check and clean air conditioning condensor j

15. Clean cab air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

5. Check air conditioning filter-drier . . . . . . . . . . j

16. Check fuel level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

6. Check tyre pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

17. Clean stone trap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

7. Check drum concave setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

18. Drain water from fuel system prefilter/
water separator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

8. Check electrolyte level in batteries . . . . . . . . j
9. Check engine oil level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

19. Check the tension of the grain elevator
chain and returns elevator chain . . . . . . . . . . j

10. Check hydraulic/hydrostatic oil level . . . . . . . j

20. Check traction gearbox oil level . . . . . . . . . . . j

11. Check all chain and belt tensions . . . . . . . . . . j

21. Check final drive gearbox oil level . . . . . . . . . j

THE INSPECTION HAS BEEN MADE

COMBINE MODEL NO: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMBINE SERIAL NO: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SIGNATURE OWNER, DATE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SIGNATURE DEALER, DATE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9-1

SECTION 9 - FIRST 50 HOURS SERVICE SHEETS

9-2

SECTION 9 - FIRST 50 HOURS SERVICE SHEETS
CHECK AND ADJUST, AS REQUIRED (DEALER COPY)
1. Perform the 50 hour grease zerk service . . . j

12. Lubricate all chains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

2. Check wheel nut and torques . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

13. Check coolant level (shunt tank) . . . . . . . . . . j

3. Check steering ball joints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

14. Check brake fluid level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

4. Check and clean air conditioning condensor j

15. Clean cab air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

5. Check air conditioning filter-drier . . . . . . . . . . j

16. Check fuel level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

6. Check tyre pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

17. Clean stone trap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

7. Check drum concave setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

18. Drain water from fuel system prefilter/
water separator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

8. Check electrolyte level in batteries . . . . . . . . j
9. Check engine oil level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . j

19. Check the tension of the grain elevator
chain and returns elevator chain . . . . . . . . . . j

10. Check hydraulic/hydrostatic oil level . . . . . . . j

20. Check traction gearbox oil level . . . . . . . . . . . j

11. Check all chain and belt tensions . . . . . . . . . . j

21. Check final drive gearbox oil level . . . . . . . . . j

THE INSPECTION HAS BEEN MADE

COMBINE MODEL NO: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . COMBINE SERIAL NO: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

SIGNATURE OWNER, DATE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SIGNATURE DEALER, DATE: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9-3

SECTION 9 - FIRST 50 HOURS SERVICE SHEETS

9-4

SECTION 10 - INDEX

SECTION 10 - INDEX

A

B

Air reservoir specification

4-84

Batteries

4-77

A/C system

4-81

Battery charge warning light

4-79

Access to machine components

1-30

Battery warning

1-13

Access to the drum and to
the concave

3-52

Access to the grain pan

3-50

Access to the straw chopper rotor

3-80

Accumulator

4-29

Additional mirrors

7-15

Adjustable light on grain tank

7-16

Adjustable steering axle
(if installed)

4-70

Adjustment for harvesting maize

3-37

Adjustment of the dimmed lights

1-39

Adjustment values

3-51

Air compresser kit

7-13

Air compressor

4-83

Cab and controls

2-1

Air conditioning compressor
drive belt

Cab door

2-1

4-56

Cab roof controls

2-17

Air gun and hose

7-13

Cab/climate control

4-80

Air intake system

4-24

Cereal threshing rebuild kit

Airborne noise emission

1-15

Chaff spreader

Alarm control module

2-14

Alternator

4-79

Chaff spreader drive belt

4-47

Chain tension

4-57

Chains

4-34

Beater pins

7-4

Before driving the combine

3-1

Biodiesel fuel

1-12

Bleeding the fuel system

4-21

Brake fluid level

4-35

Brake system

4-35

Brakes

4-62

C
Cab

7-15

Cab air filter

4-80

7-5
3-84, 7-11

Alternator, water pump (and air
conditioning compressor)
drive belt

4-55

Chopping maize

3-82

Anti-dust plate

3-50

Chopping position

3-77

Anti-wrap shields

7-2

Area counter

2-35

Clean grain, grain tank and
unloading

Attaching a trailer

1-36

Cleaning

Attaching the header to
the combine

3-19

Cleaning fan bottom shield

Attachment compatibility

1-40

Audible alarm

2-40

Cleaning fan variator drive belt

4-51

Auto-diagnostics

3-35

Cleaning shoe drive belt

4-44

Autofloatt operation

3-28

Automatic ground speed
calibration

2-32

Clutch pedal

2-1

Automatic shut-off

2-44

Combine functions

3-4

Cleaning fan

7-8
3-6
3-67
7-7

Cleaning system

7-6

Clutch fluid level

4-36

10-1

SECTION 10 - INDEX
Combine performance check

3-15

End-Of-Season service

Compensation operation

3-27

Engine

Concave clearance

3-54

1-2, 1-11, 4-13,
5-10, 7-13

Concave clearance
mechanical adjustment

Engine - Error messages

3-55

5-19, 4-56,
4-16, 2-42, 4-14

Concave position for
harvesting maize

3-55

Condenser

4-81

Coolant change

4-16

Coolant level

4-16

Coolant specification

4-18

Coolant system capacity

4-18

Counter knives

3-81

Cylinder safety latch on
straw elevator

1-25

6-1

Evaporator
Extended dividers

4-82
7-7

F
Fluid specification

4-36

Fuel storage

4-22

Fan speed adjustment

3-67

Feeding
Feeding area

3-5, 7-1
5-2

Filter-drier
Final drive gearboxes

D
Daily start-up procedure
De-awning plates
De-awning slats

3-2
3-56, 7-4
7-3

De-awning slats (accessory)

3-57

Detaching the header from
the combine

3-21

Diesel fuel

1-12

Dimensions

8-16

Drive chains and belts (left side)

4-38

Drive chains and belts (right side)

4-48

Driving the combine

3-3

Drum and concave

3-51

Drum and concave type use

3-57

Drum blockage

3-53

Drum concave

3-43

Drum speed

3-51

Drum variator belt

4-49

4-82
4-33

Fire extinguisher

1-29

Fixed steering axle

4-68

Fixed trailer hitch

7-18

Fluid change

4-35

Foot brake "bedding-in"
procedure

4-63

Foot brakes

4-63

Fuel filter

4-20

Fuel prefilter / water separator

4-19

Fuel specification

4-22

Fuel tank drain plug

4-19

Full header width

2-30

Fundamentals of adjustment

3-51

Fuses and relays

4-72

G
5-7

General recommendations

E

General problems

1-4

Grain cross auger and elevator
drive belt

4-46
4-58

Electrical and electronic equipment

7-16

Grain elevator

Electrical system

4-72

Grain elevator high speed kit

7-8

Electromagnetic compatibility

1-15

Grain header illumination kit

7-1

Elevator chains

4-58

Grain pan dividers

3-66

Elevator slip clutch

4-59

Grain pan/upper sieve distribution

3-16

Emergency exit
10-2

2-1

SECTION 10 - INDEX
Grain returns cross auger and
elevator drive chain

4-46

Grain sample

3-72

Grain storage and unloading

3-9

Grain storage/unloading

3-71

Grain tank bottom auger
drive chain

4-50

Grain tank cover

3-72

Grain tank filling auger
drive chain

4-51

Grain tank filling system

3-71

Grain tank level sensor

3-74, 7-8

Grain tank sample

8-17

Grain tank unloading auger

3-73

4-29

Hydraulic pump drive belt

4-56

Hydraulic remote control valves

4-30

Hydrostatic control cable
adjustment

4-30

Hydrostatic pump drive belt

4-44

Hydrostatic system

4-30

I
Installation
Intended use

3-46
1-1

3-15

Grain tank unload tube position

Hydraulic oil specifications

Grass seed equipment

7-7

Grease fittings and intervals

4-1

Grease specification

4-1

Grid heater

7-14

Ground level calibration

3-32

Ground level calibration through
the Autofloatt sensors

3-34

K
Kill stall

3-15

L
Ladder extension

7-12

Left-hand side components

2-23

Legal obligations

1-14

Lifting the combine

1-37

Ground speed constant
adjustment

2-31

Losses

3-16

Ground speed vari-drive belts

4-42

Lower sieve

3-63

Lubrication schedule

4-37

H

M

Header

3-19

Header addtional safety latch

1-25

Header and straw elevator
reversing system

3-23

Header compensation gauge

3-24

Header drive belt

4-39

Header height control

3-25

Header height control -
Error messages

5-16

Maize Header

1-2

Header height control calibration

3-31

Maize threshing rebuild kit

7-5

Header levelling

3-22

Manual adjustable deflector plates

3-78

Heating

7-15

Manual clearing of the header
and straw elevator blockage

3-24

Maximum cylinder pressure
calibration

3-33

Metric/ imperial setting

2-34

Miscellaneous

7-18

High-Capacity Grain Header

1-2

How to obtain an idea on
loss level

3-18

Hydraulic and hydrostatic
system

4-26

Machine error messages
Machine safety

2-41
1-3

Machine settings

2-29

Main engaging drive belt

4-45

Maintenance
Maintenance schedule

1-9
4-85

10-3

SECTION 10 - INDEX
Multi-function handle

2-15

Oil capacity

4-14, 4-27
4-29, 4-31, 4-33

Oil change

4-31, 4-33

Oil level

4-13, 4-26,
4-31, 4-33

Oil reservoir
Oil specifications

4-26
4-31, 4-33
1-8

Operating the combine

1-7

Ordering parts and/or accessories
Other components

3-69

Returns top auger drive chain

4-51

Revolving flash light

7-16

Rice kit for fixed straw elevator

7-2

Rice kit for lateral float
straw elevator

7-2

Rice threshing rebuild kit

7-5

Right-hand module

2-6

3-26
6-3
2-25

P

Right-hand side components

2-22

Rotary dust screen and
cooling system

4-23

Rotary dust screen brush

7-14

Rotary dust screen drive belt

4-55

Rotary dust screen intermediate
shaft drive belt

4-55

Rotary separator

Operating the attachments
Operation modes

4-59

Returns system

Oil and filter change

3-70

Returns elevator

O

Returns

3-59

Rotary separator drive belt

4-53

Parking brake

4-64

Rotary separator speed

3-59

Performance indicators

3-15

Rotary separator wear plates

3-59

Rotation trailer hitch

7-18

Performance monitor
Personal safety

2-26, 7-17
1-3

Pivot points
Portable operating light and
stubble lights

7-17

Round hole sieves

7-6

4-34

Positioning, removal,
installation

3-63, 3-65

Precautionary statements

1-3

Pre-season service

6-4

Product identification

1-1

Prohibited usage

1-1

Protective devices

1-25

S
Safety decals

1-16

Safety guard for straw elevator

1-26

Safety guards

1-28

Safety precautions
Safety requirements

1-14

Screen washer kit

7-15

Self-levelling cleaning system
Self-levelling system calibration

Q

1-3

Separation

3-9, 3-66
4-60
3-6

Remote adjustable
deflector plates
Remote adjustable
spreader plates rebuild kit
Return sample
10-4

3-78
7-9
3-16

2-43
2-44

Sieve opening adjustment

R

2-44

Shaft speed sensor failure

7-1

Shaft speed alarm indications
Shaft speed calibration

Quick release coupler

3-63, 3-64

Sieve types (available)

3-62

Sieve-levelling system
blockage

4-61

Signal plates

1-27, 7-19

SECTION 10 - INDEX
Software version

2-39

Specifications

3-2

Starting up the combine

1-5

3-76, 7-11

8-1

Starting the engine

Swathing rake

Steering axle
Steering column and
control pedals

4-67
2-5

T
Technical data

8-7

Third header lift cylinder

7-2

Threaded rods

4-34

Steering platform extension

7-12

Threshing

3-6

Stone trap

3-49

Threshing and separation

7-3

Stopping the combine

1-8

Threshing area

5-2

Stopping the engine

3-3

Storing partial area

2-38

Threshing, separation
and cleaning

5-4

Straw chopper

5-14

Tie downs for shipping

1-38

Straw chopper availability

2-33

To change from grain to maize

3-14

Straw chopper clutch

3-79

Toe-in adjustment

4-67

Straw chopper front drive belt

4-46

Towing the combine

1-36

Straw chopper guards for maize

7-10

Traction and tyres

7-12

Straw chopper operation

3-79

Traction clutch

4-66

Straw chopper rear drive belt

4-46

Traction gearbox

4-31

Straw chopper rotor knives

3-80

Transport operation

3-26

Straw chopper slow-down kit

7-10

Transport position

3-75

Straw chopper spreader chute

1-28

Straw chopper with manually
adjustable deflectors
Straw elevator

7-9
3-36, 3-38,
4-57, 7-2

Travelling on public roads

1-6

U
Unloading system engaging belt

4-41

Straw elevator additional support

1-25

Unloading tube

3-73

Straw elevator adjustment

3-36

Upper sieve

3-64

Straw elevator and header
engaging drive belt

4-39

Straw elevator slip clutch

4-57

Upper sieve HC 1-5/8"

Straw handling

3-75, 7-9

Straw spreader

7-11

Straw walker drive belt

4-52

Straw walker protection

7-9

Straw walker vertical cover plates

7-3

Straw walkers

3-61

Straw-retaining curtain

3-60

Stubble height indicator

3-24

Stubble height operation

3-29

Summary of the machine
settings for different crops

V
Vibration level information

1-15

W
Wheel chock

1-26

Wheel counterweights

7-18

3-10

Swath-forming position

7-6

3-75

Wheel nuts torque

8-1

Wheels and tyres

8-1

10-5

SECTION 10 - INDEX

10-6

CNH BELGIUM N.V., Leon Claeystraat 3A, B-8210 ZEDELGEM - Belgium
AFTER SALES - Technical Information
Print no. 87640842 - 1st Edition - 09 - 2007

PRINTED IN FRANCE
COPYRIGHT BY CNH BELGIUM N.V.
All rights reserved.
No entire or partial reproduction is allowed.

New Holland policy is intended to improve continuously its products and reserves the right to change prices, technical specifications or equipment in any moment without notice.
All data in this publication are subject to production changes. Dimensions and weights are indicative. Illustrations
do not necessarily represent the products in their standard configuration. For further accurate information on
products, turn to your New Holland dealer.

LUBRICANTS TO BE USED
A new line of specially formulated Ambra-NH lubricants, based on own Engineering specifications, is available
from your NEW HOLLAND dealer. For this combine we recommend:
ITEM
Grease zerks

Traction
gearbox

Final drives

Engine
(sump with
filter)

Servicing
intervals
10 hours
50 hours
100 hours
Check every 50
hours.
Change
- after the first
100 hours
- every
600
hours or annually
Check every 50
hours.
Change
- after the first
100 hours
- every
600
hours or annually
Check daily.
Change:
- every
600
hours

Amount
unit

NEW HOLLAND
brand name

NEW HOLLAND
specification

-
-
-

AMBRA GR9
or
AMBRA
GR75MD

NH710A
or
NH720A

15 litres

AMBRA
HYPOIDE 90

NH520A

SAE 80W90

API GL5,
MIL-L 2105D

5.5 litres

AMBRA
HYPOIDE 90

NH520A

SAE 80W90

API GL5,
MIL-L 2105D

NH330H

SAE15W40

AMBRA
HYPOIDE 90

NH520A

SAE 80W90

API GL5,
MIL-L 2105D

16 litres

AMBRA
MASTER GOLD
HSP

Lubricant
grade

International
specification
NLGI 2
NLGI 2

API CH-4
ACEA E3/E5

Chains
Threaded
rods
Pivot points
Brake
system

Daily
every 300 hours

Check every 50
0.325
hours.
litres
Change every two
(reservoir)
years.

AMBRA
SYNTFLUID 4

NH800A

SAE J 1703

NHTSA
116-DOT 4,
ISO 4925

Clutch
system

Check every 50
(reservoir)
hours.
Change every two
years.

AMBRA
SYNTFLUID 4

NH800A

SAE J 1703

NHTSA
116-DOT 4,
ISO 4925

Hydraulic
system
(oil + filter)

Check daily.
Change:
- after the first
100
hours
(filter only)
- every
600
hours or
annually
Check daily.
Change:
- after the first
100
hours
(filter only)
- every
600
hours or
annually
Check daily.
Change:
- every
two
years

AMBRA HYDROSYSTEM 46

NH646
NH646BS
NH646BV

HV 46

DIN 51524
Part 2
ISO VG 46

AMBRA HYDROSYSTEM 46

NH646
NH646BS
NH646BV

HV 46

DIN 51524
Part 2
ISO VG 46

50% AGRIFLU
50% WATER

NH900A

-

-

Hydraulic
and
hydrostatic
system
(oil + filter)

Cooling
system

DELETED

-

every 300 hours

TC5040
TC5060

20 litres

TC5050
TC5070
TC5080

38 litres

38 litres

Your success - Our specialty

Printed in France
(C) 2007 CNH Global N.V.


Pobierz plik - link do postu