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Section

FUEL AND AIR SYSTEMS REPAI


CONTENTS

REPAIR INFORMATION GROUP 10 - ACQUIRE ACCESS TO DIESEL FUEL


SVSTEM
For complete repair information on the 6466 John
Deere engine, component technical manual CTM-1 is About This Group 90-10-01
also required. Bleed Fuel System g0-i0-02
Remove Fuel Tank 90-10-02
Use the component manual in conjunction with this .
Install Fuel Tank 90-10-04
machine manual.
GROUP 15 . SPEED CONTROL LINKAGE
See the component manual for instructions on the
engine, fuel system, and engine accessory items: Remove and Install Control Linkage ... .. g0-1S-01
Theory of operation Remove Foot Throttle Linkage g0-1S-02
Diagnostic and testing procedures Linkage
Install Foot Throttle g0-1S-09
Disassembly
lnspection
Repair
Assembly

See this machine manual for removal and installation


instructions.

GROUP 05 . ACQUIRE ACCESS TO AIR INTAKE


SYSTEM

About This Group 30-05-01


Removing Air Cleaner Elements 30-05-01
Cleaning Element 30-05-02
Washing Element 30-05-03
Inspecting Element 30-05-03
Service Ether Starting Aid . 30-05-04

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ACQUIRE ACCESS TO AIR INTAKE SYS
Acquire Access to Air lntake System

Remove secondary element (A) ONLY if


It is to be replaced. Do not attempt to
clean secondary element.

lf secondary element ls replaced, install


new element lmmediately to prevent dust
from entering alr intake system.

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ELEMENT

sides of element gently (A) to loosen dirt. Do not tap


against a hard surface.

2.( a John Deere AR62g77 Dry Element Cleaner Gun


(B), element with compressed air. Hold nozzle next
to ir surface, and move up and down pleats.

ANT: Do not direct air against outslde of ele-


ment, as it mlght force dlrt through to
inside.

step 1 and 2 to remove additional dirt.

element before reinstalling.

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Acquire Access to Air lntake System

VICE ETHER STARTING AID

CAUTION: Starting fluid is highly flammable. Do


not use near fire, sparks, or flames. Read the
cautionary information on the container. Protect
container against damage.

I ANT: To avoid drawing dust into engine, always


keep a starting fluid can in position.

1. safety cap and plastic spray nozzle from new


can.

2. LQosen canister to remove old can (A).

3. lristall new can and tighten canister.

4. Tpst starting aid as instructed in Accessory Circuits,


Section 240,TM-1259.

IMPQRTANT: To avoid drawing dust into engine, always


keep a starting fluid can in position, or
clean bottom of canister and install bot-
tom side up (B).

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starting aid does not operate properly, disconnect


line (A) and remove spray nozzle (B) from manifold.

6. 1 compressed air to blow nozzle clean. Reinstall and


test proper operation. Do not use sealing compound on
joints.

ANT: Be sure nozzle is secure in adapter. lf


nozzle should come loose, engine may be
seriously damaged. However, care
should be taken as too much force when
tightening will cause nozzle to break off
just above threads.

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ACQUIRE ACCESS TO DIESEL FUEL SY

ABOUT THIS GROUP


This group contains infomation on servicing fuel filters,
bleeding fuel system and removing fuel tank. Refer to
CTM-1, 6466 Engines for information on injection puffip,
nozzles and aneroid.

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BLEED THE FUEL SYSTEM

GAUTION: Escaplng dlesel tuel under pressure


can have sufflcient force to penetrate the skln,
causing serlous personal Infury. Before discon.
necting lines be sure to relleve all pressure.
Before apptying pressure to the system, be sure
all connections are ilght and that llnes, plpes
and hosee are not damaged. Fuel escaplngfrom
a very small hole can be almost Invlslble. Uee a
plece of cardboard or wood, rather than your
hands, to search for suspected leaks.

lf injured by eecaplng fuel, see a doctor at once.


Serlous infectlon or reacllon can develop lf
proper medlcal treatment ls not admlnlstered
lmmedlately.

Whenever the fuel system has been opened up for service


(lines disconnected or filters removed), it will be necessary
to bleed air from the system.

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1. Loosen the bleed ptug (A).

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2.L rscrew hand primer knurled knob (A) on fuel supply


pun >. Loosen knob until it can be pulled by hand.
3.( perate the hand primer until a smooth flow of fuel comes
out rf the filter plug hole.
4.S multaneously stroke the hand primmer down and close
the rcrt plug. This prevents air from entering the system.
Tigt :en plug securely.
5.t rck hand primer in position.

NO 'E: lf the engine will not start, it may be necessary to


loosen the fuel pipes at the iniection nozles to bleed
air from system. Put the hand throttle in slow idle
position. Push the engine fuel shut-off control knob
all the way in. Turn the engine with the starter until
fuel without air, flows from the loose fuel pipe
connections. Tighten the connections.

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RI /E FUEL TANK
1. ve hood and grille screens.

2. fuel from tank and disconnect tuel lin9.


3. rnect fuel sender (A).

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Acquire Access to Diesel Fuel System

10. Disconnect left-side horn bracket (A) and rear fuel tank
mounting cap screws (8, one each side).

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11. ?move two front tank attaching cap screws (A) from
und ride of tractor.

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NO as viewed from under side of tractar.

12. rstall a suitable lifting fixture to top of tank using nut


wel rd to tank.

13. rarefully lift tank from tractor using chain hoisl

14. ake care to prevent damaging hydraulic oil lines (A)


wht lifting tank.

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lNr TALL FUEL TANK


1. rstall fuel tank in reverse of removal.

2. fter tank is installed check radiator and fan shroud


alig tment as instructed in Remove/lnstall Cooling System,
Se jon 20.

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Group 15
CONTROL LINKA E

REMOVE AND INSTALL HAND THROTTLE


LINKAGE

1. Remove cover from side of console.

2. Disconnect control arm (A).

3. Remove spring-loaded attaching cap screw and remove


lever assembly.

4. Inspect condition of friction disks, and replace as


necessary.

5. Install in reverse of removal.

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6, Remove cotter pin and washer (A) from linkage under


floor of cab.

7. Remove cap screw and clamp (B).

8. Remove right side rear side shield and disconnect cable


from turnbuckle just ahead of cab bulkhead.

9. Remove cable and inspect for damage. Replace as


necessary.

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10. Reassemble and install in reverse of removal.

11. Adjust speed control linkage as instructed in speed


control linkage, Section 230, TM-1259.

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Control Linkage

FO9T THROTTLE L|NKAGE

AFVertical Control Rod D-lnner Arm F-Shaft Arm H-Pedal


BFOuter Arm E-Arm Shaft G-Spring l-Fedal Arm
Gl-Rear Control Rod J-Support Bracket

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FOOT THROTTLE LINKAGE

1. RBmove the floor mat, floor pane. and foot rest panel.

2. Qisconnect the vertical control rod (A) from outer arm (B).
Rer{ove rear control rod (C). Disconnect the control cable
or rdd from inner arm (D).

remove the speed control arm shaft (E), drive out the
pin securing inner arm to shaft. Drive out spring pin
ing speed shaft arm (F) to shaft. Remove arms from
and pull out shaft. Remove spring (G) to separate arms.
bushings.

foot pedal (H) from the control support by


ing round head bolt on pedal arm (l). Pull out pedal
support bracket (J). Remove two nylon bushings from

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Control Linkage

INSTALL FOOT THROTTLE LINKAGE


1. Insert shaft (E) into platform support, with end of shaft
having hole farthest from the end facing toward middle of
tractor. Position nylon bushings on shaft so that large
shoulder of bushing will be against the inner and outer arms.

2. Install inner arm (D) on shaft with large shoulder toward


the outside, and secure with spring pin. Install spring (G) on
outer arm (B) and shaft arm (F). Make sure that ends of
spring are in their respective notches.

3. Insert outer arm assembly into position and push shaft


through outer bushing and through the outer arm assembly.
Secure shaft arm to shaft with spring pin.

4. Install bushings in support bracket (J). Insert pedal


through bushings.

5. Position pedalarm (l) on pedal shaft. Fasten arm to pedal


shaft with bolt, flat washer, lock washer and nut.

6. lnstall the rear control rod (C). Yoke-end of rod connects


to bottom hole of inner arm, and is retained with a steel pin,
washer and cotter pin. Front end of rod is secured with a
retaining ring.

7. Connect control cable or rod (leading to turnbuckle) in


the upper hole of arm (D). lnstall cotter pin and washer or
retaining rings.

8. Place end of vertical control rod (A) in middle hole of outer


arm and retain with cotter pin.

9. Check the foot throttle linkage adjustment before com-


pleting the installation. (See TM-19S9, Section 230.)

10. Complete the installation by checking all connections


to see that they are secured, and installing floor panels and
floor mat.
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