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Producto: TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR


Modelo: D7H TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR 3XG
Configuración: D7H & D7H LGP SERIES II TRACTORS / POWERSHIFT /
3XG04000-UP (MACHINE) POWERED BY 3306 ENGINE

Pruebas y Ajustes
D7H AND D7H SERIES II TRACTORS POWER SHIFT TRANSMISSION
Número de medio -SENR4175-01 Fecha de publicación -01/06/1990 Fecha de actualización -11/10/2001

Testing And Adjusting


SMCS - 5115-011; 5115-012

Important Information

When tests and adjustments are made to the transmission or the torque
converter, the parking brake must be OFF. To prevent movement of the
machine and personal injury do the procedure that follows.

1. Lower the bulldozer and ripper to the ground.

2. Put blocks in front of and behind the tracks.

3. Let only approved personnel on the machine and keep all other personnel off the machine and in
clear view of the operator.

4. When testing must be done in a closed area and whenever possible, activate the service brakes if
the parking brake can not be used.

NOTE: All tests and adjustments must be made with the oil in the power train hydraulic system at
normal temperature of operation. Be sure the linkage adjustments are correct before tests are made.
Power Train Hydraulic System Schematic

Power Train Hydraulic System Schematic


(1) Priority valve. (2) Speed selector spool. (3) Ratio valve for torque converter. (4) Modulation relief valve. (5) Load
piston. (6) Pressure differential valve. (7) Orifice plate. (8) Torque converter. (9) Pump drive. (10) Oil cooler. (11)
Breather. (12) Sump in torque converter housing. (13) Torque converter outlet relief valve. (14) Power train oil pump. (15)
Direction selection spool. (16) Selector and pressure control valve. (17) Case (power train oil tank). (18) Transmission oil
filter. (19) Steering and brake control valve. (20) Sump in transmission case. (A) Torque converter inlet (P3) pressure tap.
(B) Speed clutch (P1) pressure tap. (C) Direction clutch (P2) pressure tap. (D) Transmission lubrication pressure tap. (E)
Torque converter outlet pressure tap. (L) Steering clutch and brake lubrication pressure tap. (M) Pump drive lubrication
pressure tap.

Location Of The Pressure Taps


Many of the pressure taps for testing the power train hydraulic system have quick disconnect
couplings already installed. Do not connect or disconnect the couplings when there is pressure in the
system. This will prevent damage to the seal that is in the coupling.
(A) Torque converter inlet. (B) Speed clutch (P1). (C) Direction clutch (P2). (D) Transmission lubrication. (F) Priority
valve.

(E) Outlet from torque converter (viewed from operators compartment with floor plate removed).

(L) Pump pressure. (N) Live oil sampling valve for power train oil (if equipped).

(M) Pump drive lubrication (left side engine enclosure removed).

(G) Left steering clutch. (H) Left brake. (J) Right steering clutch. (K) Right brake.
(I) Steering clutch and brake lubrication (left and right side of tractor).

(LP) Load piston plug.

(LP) Load piston plug.


Transmission Oil Pump Bench Test Specifications
Type ... Gear

Number of sections ... Three

Rotation (seen from drive end) ... Counterclockwise

Output of transmission and torque converter section:


[use SAE 10W oil at 49°C (120°F)]

(minimum) ... 121 liter/min (32 U.S. gpm)

At a pump speed of ... 1800 rpm

At a pressure of ... 3100 kPa (450 psi)

Output of steering clutch and brake lubrication section:

[use SAE 10W oil at 49°C (120°F)]

(minimum) ... 73 liter/min (20 U.S. gpm)

At a pump speed of ... 1800 rpm

At a pressure of ... 138 kPa (20 psi)

Output of transmission and torque converter scavenge section:

[use SAE 10W oil at 49°C (120°F)]

(minimum) ... 98 liter/min (26 U.S. gpm)

At a pump speed of ... 900 rpm

At a pressure of ... 70 kPa (10 psi)


Priority Valve
(1) Priority valve. (21) Spacers.

Transmission Hydraulic Control Valve


(5) Load piston. (16) Body of selector and pressure control valve. (22) Spacers.
Converter Outlet Relief Valve
(13) Converter outlet relief value. (23) Spacers.
Steering And Brakes
Steering And Brake Pressure Taps
(G) Left steering clutch. (H) Left brake. (J) Right steering clutch. (K) Right brake.

Steering And Brake Control Valve


(24) Shims to adjust clutch pressure. (25) Shims to adjust brake pressure. (26) Shims to adjust brake residual pressure.
Transmission Control Linkage

Transmission Control Linkage


(1) Cable assembly. (2) Cable assembly. (3) Guide. (4) Bolts. (5) Locknuts. (6) Cover. (7) Locknuts. (8) Rod assembly. (9)
Transmission control lever. (10) Locknuts.

Torque for 1/4 in. locknuts (10) on cable assemblies (1) and (2) that hold the rod ends in place ... 8 ± 2
N·m (6 ± 1 lb ft)

Torque for 3/8 in. locknuts (7) on rod assembly (8) ... 12 ± 4 N·m (9 ± 3 lb ft)

Torque for all 5/8 in. jam nuts ... 38 ± 7 N·m (28 ± 5 lb ft)

Torque for locknut to hold neutral safety switch (if equipped) ... 25 ± 7 N·m (18 ± 5 lb ft)

(8) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 202.0 ± 1.5 mm (7.95 ± .06 in)
Procedure to Adjust Transmission Control Linkage
The transmission control linkage must be adjusted if transmission control lever (9) comes in contact
with guide (3) in any forward or reverse gear or in neutral. To move transmission control lever (9) to
either side (right or left), adjust directional cable (2). To move transmission control lever (9) to the
front or rear, adjust speed cable (1).

1. For the cable that needs to be adjusted, remove bolts (4) that hold cover (6) to the housing.

2. Loosen locknut (5) for the cable that needs to be adjusted and turn cover (6) as necessary to adjust
control lever (9) so that it does not make contact with the guide in any forward or reverse gear or in
neutral.

Linkage For Steering Clutch And Brake


Controls

To prevent possible personal injury do not make any adjustments to the


control linkage with the engine running unless necessary and then let
only approved personnel on the machine. Keep other personnel off the
machine and in clear view of the service personnel.

Torque for all 3/8 in. locknuts (jam nuts) that hold the rod ends in place on the rod ... 12 ± 4 N·m (9 ±
3 lb ft)

Torque for all 1/2 in. locknuts (jam nuts) that hold the rod ends in place on the rod ... 45 ± 7 N·m (33
± 5 lb ft)

NOTE: All rod assembly measurements must be made in a straight line between the centerlines of the
rod end mounting holes.

NOTE: All rods with 3/8 in. diameter threads must engage all rod ends a minimum of 14 mm (.55 in)
of thread depth. All rods with 1/2 in. diameter threads must engage rod ends to a minimum of 19 mm
(.75 in) of thread depth.

(8) Dimension ... 190.0 mm (7.48 in)

(A) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 347 ± 1 mm (13.7 ± .04 in)

(B) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 347 ± 1 mm (13.7 ± .04 in)

(C) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 290 ± 2 mm (11.4 ± .08 in)

(D) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 433 mm (17.0 in)


(E) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 423 mm (16.7 in)

(F) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 625 mm (24.6 in)

(G) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 495 mm (19.5 in)

(H) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 495 ± 2 mm (19.5 ± .08 in)

(I) Assembled length of rod assembly ... 355 ± 2 mm (14.0 ± .08 in)

Procedure For Adjustment Of Steering Clutch And Brake


Linkage
1. Install rod assemblies (A) and (B) after they have been adjusted to the correct length.

2. With steering clutch levers (1) and (2) against bumpers (3), install rod assemblies (D) and (E).

3. Make adjustments to rod assemblies (D) and (E) so there is a clearance between clutch levers (1)
and (2) and bumpers (3) of ... 1.0 ± 1.0 - 0.5 mm (.04 ± .04 - .02 in)

Procedure For Adjustment Of Brake Pedal Linkage


1. Install rod assemblies (G), (H) and (I).

2. Adjust the head of bolt (5) to dimension (X) 45.0 ± 1.0 mm (1.77 ± .04 in) from the support. Bolt
(5) is the upper stop for the brake pedal.

3. With the springs disconnected from bellcrank (6), rotate it clockwise until resistance is felt.

4. Make sure the brake pedal is against the upper stop and then adjust rod assembly (G) to obtain a
free fit in the bellcrank (7).
Linkage And Steering Clutch And Brake Controls
(1) Steering clutch control lever. (2) Steering clutch control lever. (3) Bumper. (4) Parking brake and transmission lock
lever. (A) Rod assembly. (B) Rod assembly. (C) Rod assembly. (D) Rod assembly. (E) Rod assembly. (F) Rod assembly.

5. Push the brake pedal down until bellcrank (6) stops.

6. With the brake pedal fully pushed down, adjust bolt (8) until the head contacts the brake pedal.

7. Release the brake pedal and turn bolt (8) an additional 1/2 turn out. Tighten the locknut.

8. Connect the springs to bellcrank (6) and the bracket assembly.

Procedure To Adjust Parking Brake Linkage


1. Install adjusted rod assemblies (C) and (F).

2. Move parking brake lever (4) down to the Brake ON position.


3. Install a 0 to 4000 kPa (0 to 600 psi) pressure gauge on the right or left brake pressure tap.

4. Start the engine and run it at high idle.

5. The pressure gauge must read 0 kPa. If the pressure is not 0 kPa, make rod assembly (F) longer and
check the pressure again.

Steering Clutch And Brake Control Linkage


(1) Rod assembly.

6. Move parking brake lever (4) up to the Brake OFF position. The pressure gauge must read 2750 ±
70 kPa (400 ± 10 psi). If the pressure reading is low, make rod assembly (F) shorter and check the
pressure again.

7. Stop engine and remove the test equipment.


Linkage For Steering Clutch And Brake Controls
(6) Bellcrank. (7) Bellcrank. (8) Bolt (lower stop). (G) Rod assembly. (H) Rod assembly.

Brake Pedal
(5) Bolt (upper stop). (X) Dimension of 45.0 ± 1.0 mm (1.77 ± .04 in).
Adjustment Procedure For Clutch Levers And Spring
Assemblies
NOTE: This adjustment should be made before any system pressures are adjusted.

1. Remove cover (3) and loosen bolts (6).

2. Move clutch lever (4) until roller (2) is in contact but not depressing plunger (1).

3. Move spring assembly (5) until the pin of the spring assembly is in the front detent of clutch lever
(4).

4. Tighten bolt (6).

5. Do Steps 2 through 4 for the other clutch lever and spring assembly.

6. Install cover (3).

Clutch Lever And Spring Assembly (Part Of Steering And Brake Control Valve)
(1) Plunger. (2) Roller. (3) Cover. (4) Clutch lever. (5) Spring assembly. (6) Bolt.
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