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General Testing and Adjusting Information 01/10/2004 Visual Inspection 01/10/2004 Hydraulic System Pressure - Release 01/10/2004 Release Of Hydraulic Pressure From A Single Hydraulic Circuit 01/10/2004 Release Of Hydraulic Pressure From Multiple Hydraulic Circuits 01/10/2004 Main Hydraulic Pump Air - Purge 01/10/2004 Operational Checks 01/10/2004 Engine Performance - Test - Engine Speed 01/10/2004 Travel on Level Ground - Test 01/10/2004 Travel on Level Ground - Test - Optional Test 01/10/2004 Machine Drift on a Slope - Check 01/10/2004 Swing Speed and Overswing on Level Ground - Check 01/10/2004 Swing Speed and Swing Drift on a Slope - Check 01/10/2004 Cylinder Drift - Check - Loaded Bucket 01/10/2004 Cylinder Drift - Check - Empty Bucket 01/10/2004 Cylinder Speed - Check 01/10/2004 Relief Valve (Pilot) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Accumulator (Pilot) - Test and Charge 01/10/2004 Testing and Charging the Pilot System Accumulators 01/10/2004 Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Temporary Setting of the Main Relief Valve 01/10/2004 Relief Valve (Line) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Test 01/10/2004 Adjustment (Boom Cylinders) 01/10/2004 Adjustment (Stick Cylinder) 01/10/2004 Adjustment (Bucket Cylinder) 01/10/2004 Swing Motor - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil 01/10/2004 Relief Valve (Swing) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Swing Bearing Movement - Measure 01/10/2004 Procedure To Measure Vertical Movement Of The Swing Bearing 01/10/2004 Procedure To Measure Circular Movement Of The Swing Bearing 01/10/2004 Fan Motor (Hydraulic Oil Cooler) - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil 01/10/2004 Fan Motor Speed (Hydraulic Oil Cooler) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Test 01/10/2004 Adjust 01/10/2004 Travel Motor - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil 01/10/2004 Relief Valve (Crossover) - Test and Adjust 01/10/2004 Main Pump (Flow) - Test - Constant Horsepower Flow Control 01/10/2004 Drive Pump 01/10/2004 Idler Pump 01/10/2004 Test 01/10/2004 Pump Control (Output Flow) - Adjust 01/10/2004 Adjustment Of Output Flow Under Total Horsepower Control 01/10/2004 Adjustment of the Maximum Output Flow of the Pump 01/10/2004 Pump Control (Negative Flow) - Test 01/10/2004 Drive Pump 01/10/2004 Idler Pump 01/10/2004 Test 01/10/2004 Pump Control (Negative Flow) - Adjust 01/10/2004 Gear Pump (Pilot) - Test 01/10/2004 Specifications 01/10/2004

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General Testing and Adjusting Information


SMCS - 5050

Hydraulic oil pressure can remain in the hydraulic systems after the engine and pump have been stopped. Serious injury can be caused if this pressure is not released before any service is done on the hydraulic systems. To prevent possible injury, refer to the section, Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release" before any fitting, hose or component is loosened, tightened, removed or adjusted. When possible, the work tool must always be lowered to the ground before service is started. When it is necessary for the boom to be in the raised position while tests or adjustments are done, be sure that the boom, stick and work tool have correct support. The swing lock (if equipped) must be engaged before service is started. Always move the machine to a location away from the travel of other machines. Be sure that other personnel are not near the machine when the engine is running and tests or adjustments are being made. The correct oil temperature, flow, and pressure are necessary for correct operation. Pump output (oil flow) is a function of engine speed (rpm) and valve adjustment. Oil pressure is caused by resistance to the flow of oil. Visual checks and measurements are the first steps during troubleshooting. Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Visual Inspection". Next, perform the operational checks. Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Operational Checks". Finally, perform the required tests and adjustments on the machine.

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Visual Inspection
SMCS - 5050-040 A visual inspection of the system is the first step in order to troubleshoot a problem. Shut off the engine and lower all implements to the ground before performing the visual inspection. 1. Check the oil level in the hydraulic tank. Slowly loosen the fill/vent plug and release the pressure before the fill/vent plug is removed.

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

2. Remove the hydraulic filter elements. Inspect the hydraulic filters for material that would give an indication of damage to a component. 3. Inspect all lines and connections for damage or leaks. 4. Inspect control linkages for bent components, broken components or damaged components.

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Hydraulic System Pressure - Release


SMCS - 4250-553-PX ; 5050-553-PX The release of hydraulic pressure in a hydraulic circuit is required before service is performed to that hydraulic circuit. Release the pressure in the following hydraulic circuits before any hydraulic lines are disconnected or removed from that hydraulic circuit.

Boom hydraulic circuit Stick hydraulic circuit Bucket hydraulic circuit Swing hydraulic circuit Travel hydraulic circuit Attachment hydraulic circuits (if equipped) Pilot hydraulic circuit Return hydraulic circuit

Note: Refer to the Disassembly and Assembly Manual for additional information concerning service of the components of specific hydraulic circuits.

Release Of Hydraulic Pressure From A Single Hydraulic Circuit

Personal injury can result from hydraulic oil pressure and hot oil. Hydraulic oil pressure can remain in the hydraulic system after the engine has been stopped. Serious injury can be caused if this pressure is not released before any service is done on the hydraulic system.

Make sure all of the attachments have been lowered to the ground, and the oil is cool before removing any components or lines. Remove the oil filler cap only when the engine is stopped, and the filler cap is cool enough to touch with your bare hand.

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Perform the following Steps in order to release the hydraulic pressure from a single hydraulic circuit of the main hydraulic system. 1. Position the machine on level ground.

Illustration 1

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2. Fully retract the stick cylinder rod. Adjust the position of the bucket so that the bucket is parallel to the ground. Lower the boom until the bucket is flat on the ground. Refer to Illustration 1.

3. Shut off the engine. 4. Turn the engine start switch to the ON position without starting the engine. 5. Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the UNLOCKED position. 6. Move only the joysticks or the pedals of the hydraulic circuit that requires service to the FULL STROKE positions. This will release the high pressure only in that single hydraulic circuit. This will also release any pressure that might be present in the pilot hydraulic circuit. Note: If the desired hydraulic circuit that requires service requires the activation of a switch for operation, activate the necessary switches for the operation of the hydraulic circuit. 7. Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the LOCKED position. 8. Turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. 9. Slowly loosen the filler plug on the hydraulic tank and release the pressure from the hydraulic tank. Leave the filler plug loose for a minimum of 45 seconds. This will release the pressure that may be present in the return hydraulic circuit. 10. Tighten the filler plug on the hydraulic tank to the specified torque. 11. The pressure in the single hydraulic circuit that requires service is now released and lines and components can be disconnected or removed from that hydraulic circuit.

Release Of Hydraulic Pressure From Multiple Hydraulic Circuits

Personal injury can result from hydraulic oil pressure and hot oil. Hydraulic oil pressure can remain in the hydraulic system after the engine has been stopped. Serious injury can be caused if this pressure is not released before any service is done on the hydraulic system. Make sure all of the attachments have been lowered to the ground, and the oil is cool before removing any components or lines. Remove the oil filler cap only when the engine is stopped, and the filler cap is cool enough to touch with your bare hand.

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids.

Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Perform the following Steps in order to release the hydraulic pressure from multiple hydraulic circuits of the main hydraulic system. 1. Position the machine on level ground.

Illustration 2

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2. Fully retract the stick cylinder rod. Adjust the position of the bucket so that the bucket is parallel to the ground. Lower the boom until the bucket is flat on the ground. Refer to Illustration 2. 3. Shut off the engine. 4. Turn the engine start switch to the ON position without starting the engine. 5. Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the UNLOCKED position. 6. Move only the joysticks or the pedals of the hydraulic circuit that requires service to the FULL STROKE positions. This will release the high pressure only in that hydraulic circuit. This will also release any pressure that might be present in the pilot hydraulic circuit. Note: If the hydraulic circuit that requires service requires the activation of a switch for operation, activate the necessary switches for the operation of the hydraulic circuit. 7. Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the LOCKED position.

8. Start the engine. 9. Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the UNLOCKED position. Do not move any joysticks or pedals from the NEUTRAL position during this step. Do not activate any switches during this Step. 10. Return the hydraulic activation control lever to the LOCKED position. 11. Shut off the engine. 12. Repeat Steps 4 through 11 for each additional hydraulic circuit that requires service. 13. After releasing the hydraulic pressure in each of the desired hydraulic circuits, place the hydraulic activation control lever in the LOCKED position. 14. Turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. 15. Slowly loosen the filler plug on the hydraulic tank and release the pressure. Leave the filler plug loose for a minimum of 45 seconds. This will release the pressure that may be present in the return hydraulic circuit. 16. Tighten the filler plug on the hydraulic tank to the specified torque. 17. The pressure in the multiple hydraulic circuits that require service is now released and lines and components can be disconnected or removed from those hydraulic circuits.

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Main Hydraulic Pump Air - Purge


SMCS - 5070-542-AI When the main pumps have been serviced or the hydraulic oil has been replaced, remove the air from the hydraulic system. Remove the air from the hydraulic system in the following manner:

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Personal injury can result from hydraulic oil pressure and hot oil. Hydraulic oil pressure can remain in the hydraulic system after the engine has been stopped. Serious injury can be caused if this pressure is not released before any service is done on the hydraulic system. Make sure all of the work tools have been lowered to the ground, and the oil is cool before removing any components or lines. Remove the oil filler cap only when the engine is stopped, and the filler cap is cool enough to touch with your bare hand.

Illustration 1 Pump compartment (1) Connector (2) O-Ring seal (3) Case drain hose (4) Negative flow control hose

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1. While the engine is stopped, disconnect hose (3) from connector (1) . 2. Remove connector (1) and O-Ring seal (2) from the pump housing. 3. Fill the main pumps with oil. 4. Install new O-Ring seal (2) and connector (1) at the pump housing. 5. Connect hose (3) to connector (1). Tighten hose (3) to the specified torque.

NOTICE
To avoid system damage, make sure that the hydraulic pump is properly filled with hydraulic oil before start-up.

6. Start the engine. 7. Place the engine at low idle position. Raise the boom and hold the boom in this position. 8. Slowly loosen hose (4) until oil begins to flow around the hose connection. 9. Tighten hose (4) to the specified torque. 10. Stop the engine and slowly lower the boom until the bucket is on the ground. This pressurizes the hydraulic tank.

Illustration 2 (5) Air Vent Plug

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11. Slowly loosen air vent plug (5) until oil begins to flow from the opening. 12. Tighten the air vent plug to the specified torque.

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Operational Checks
SMCS - 5050-535 The operational checks can be used to find leakage in the system and components that are not functioning correctly. The speed of rod movement or the torque on a motor can be used to check the condition of the cylinders, motors and the pumps. Perform the following operational checks in order to troubleshoot problems concerning the hydraulic circuits and components on the machine.

Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" Testing and Adjusting, "Travel on Level Ground - Test" Testing and Adjusting, "Travel on Level Ground - Test (Optional Test)" Testing and Adjusting, "Machine Drift on a Slope - Check" Testing and Adjusting, "Swing Speed and Overswing on Level Ground - Check" Testing and Adjusting, "Swing Speed and Swing Drift on a Slope - Check" Testing and Adjusting, "Cylinder Drift - Check (Empty Bucket)" Testing and Adjusting, "Cylinder Drift - Check (Loaded Bucket)" Testing and Adjusting, "Cylinder Speed - Check"

The specifications that are listed in tables for the operational checks are calculated average values. The values will vary due to the configuration of the machine and engine speed. Table 1 and Table 2 contain the machine configurations that were used in order to obtain these specifications. Reference: Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the specifications for engine speed. Table 1

330C Machine Configuration Boom 6.5 m (21 feet 4 inches) Stick 3.2 m (10 feet 6 inches) Table 2 330C L Machine Configuration Boom 6.5 m (21 feet 4 inches) Stick 3.2 m (10 feet 6 inches) Bucket 1.5 m3 (1.96 yd3) Bucket 1.4 m3 (1.83 yd3)

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Engine Performance - Test - Engine Speed


SMCS - 1000-081 Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 9U-7400 Description Multitach Tool Group Qty 1

1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Install 9U-7400 Multitach Tool Group on the engine. 4. Start the engine. 5. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 6. Read the engine speed display (rpm) on the multitach. Refer to Table 2 for the specifications for engine speed at the desired engine operation. Table 2 Specifications Item New No load high idle
(1)

Rebuild

1880 50 rpm (2) 1980 50 rpm (3) No load low idle Maximum speed with load (4) 800 50 rpm 1720 rpm (5) 1670 rpm (5)

No load speed (6)


(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

1300 50 rpm

AEC switch in the OFF position Three seconds after the engine speed dial was placed at position "10" Engine rpm within three seconds after the engine speed dial was placed at position "10" Pressure is relieved from both pumps (stall condition). Minimum rpm AEC switch in the ON position

Note: A New specification is the performance that can be expected for a new machine. A Rebuild specification is the performance that can be expected after rebuilding the components of a system. Performance beyond the Service Limit is an indication of these problems: improper maintenance or adjustment, component wear and failure.

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Travel on Level Ground - Test


SMCS - 4351-081 Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 5P-3277 Description Measuring Tape Stopwatch Qty 1 1

Illustration 1 (A) Preliminary run 5 m (16.4 ft) (B) Travel distance 20 m (65.6 ft) (C) Bucket height 0.5 to 1 m (1.6 to 3.3 ft)

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1. Travel distance must be at least 25 m (82 ft) long. Travel test ground must be hard and as level as possible. 2. Draw a 25 m (82 ft) straight line on travel test ground as a reference line. 3. Start the engine. 4. Place the machine controls at the following settings: Engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. 5. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 6. The bucket should be empty. 7. Position the machine so that one track is parallel with the reference line. Position the machine for the travel test. Refer to Illustration 1. 8. Place the travel speed control switch in HIGH position. 9. Move the machine by operating both travel levers at the same time. 10. The first 5 m (16.4 ft) are for a preliminary run. Measure the travel time that is required to travel the remaining 20 m (65.6 ft). Measure the time that is required in each direction. 11. Measure the travel deviation from the reference line. 12. Place the travel speed control switch on the LOW position and repeat Steps 9 through 11.

Table 2 Travel Time (time in seconds) Travel Speed Forward HIGH Reverse Forward LOW Reverse Note: The following table represents the travel deviation (distance) from the reference line. Table 3 Travel Deviation mm (inch) Travel Speed Forward HIGH Reverse Forward LOW Reverse 800 (31.5) or less 1200 (47.2) or less 800 (31.5) or less 1200 (47.2) or less New Rebuild 24.0 or less 25.5 or less 15.2 or less 16.2 or less New Rebuild

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Travel on Level Ground - Test - Optional Test


SMCS - 4351-081 Note: When the procedure for the Travel On Level Ground cannot be performed, this test may be used as a substitute. Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number Description Stopwatch Qty 1

Illustration 1

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1. Start the engine. 2. Position the machine on level ground. 3. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 4. Raise a track off the ground. Refer to Illustration 1. 5. Put a mark on a shoe of the raised track. 6. Place the machine controls at the following settings: Engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. 7. Place the travel speed control switch in HIGH position. 8. Move the travel lever of the raised track to full travel position. 9. Measure the time that is required for the raised track to make three complete revolutions. Measure the time that is required in each direction. 10. Place the travel speed control switch in the LOW position and repeat Steps 8 through 9. Table 2 330C Time For Three Revolutions (time in seconds) Travel Speed Forward HIGH Reverse 22.5 or less 23.5 or less New Rebuild

Forward LOW Reverse Table 3 330C L Time For Three Revolutions (time in seconds) Travel Speed Forward HIGH Reverse Forward LOW Reverse 37.0 or less 38.0 or less 24.5 or less 25.5 or less New Rebuild 34.5 or less 35.5 or less

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Machine Drift on a Slope - Check


SMCS - 4095-535 Measuring the amount of drift of the machine on a slope will determine if there is a need to check the travel brake. Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number Description Stopwatch Scale 150 mm (6 inch) Qty 1 1

Illustration 1

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1. Place the machine on a slope of 12 degrees. The surface of the slope must be hard and smooth. 2. Position the implements, as shown. Refer to Illustration 1. 3. The bucket should be empty.

Illustration 2

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4. To indicate the machine's relative position to the slope, put a mark on both the track and the track roller frame. Refer to Illustration 2.

5. Stop the engine. 6. Measure the machine movement on the slope after three minutes. Table 2 Drift mm (inch) New 0 Rebuild 0

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Swing Speed and Overswing on Level Ground - Check


SMCS - 5058-535-ZW Measuring the swing speed and the overswing of the machine will determine if there is a need to check the swing motor or the anti-reaction valve. The fine swing control switch (if equipped) must be in the OFF position. Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 5P-3277 Description Measuring Tape Stopwatch Qty 1 1

Illustration 1

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1. Position the machine on level ground. Refer to Illustration 1. 2. Stop the engine.

Illustration 2 (A) Upper frame (B) Undercarriage frame (C) Marking

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3. To indicate the relationship of the two positions, put a mark (C) on the inner race and the outer race of the swing bearing. The mark will be used as a target to stop the swing operation. Refer to Illustration 2. 4. The bucket should be empty. 5. Move the swing joystick in either direction until the machine completes a 180 degree swing operation away from the target. 6. Move the swing joystick in either direction until the machine completes a 180 degree swing operation toward the target. Return the swing joystick to the NEUTRAL position at the target. 7. Measure the amount of overswing by measuring the distance between the marks on the swing bearing. Refer to Illustration 2. Note: Use a point that is visible from the operator seat as a reference point for the target. Table 2 Overswing Item Right Swing Left Swing 1300 mm (51.2 inch) or less 1400 mm (55.1 inch) or less New Rebuild

8. Move the swing joystick in each direction and measure the time that is required to complete a 180 degree swing operation. Table 3 Swing Time (seconds) Item Right Swing 4.9 or less Left Swing 5.4 or less New Rebuild

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Swing Speed and Swing Drift on a Slope - Check


SMCS - 5058-535-ZW Measuring the swing speed on a slope will determine if there is a need to check the swing motor and the anti-reaction valve. Measuring the swing drift on a slope will determine if there is a need to check the swing parking brake. Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 5P-3277 Description Measuring Tape Stopwatch Qty 1 1

Illustration 1

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1. Complete the following steps in order to measure the swing speed on a slope. a. The bucket should be empty. b. Position the machine on a slope of 12 degrees. Refer to Illustration 1. c. Position the implements at maximum reach and close the bucket. Position the bucket above the ground so that the bucket will not come in contact with any obstacles.

Illustration 2

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d. Position the upper structure at position (A). The upper structure should be at a 90 degree

angle to the lower structure. Refer to Illustration 2. e. Measure the time that is required to swing the upper structure from position (A) to position (B) . f. Position the upper structure at position (C). The upper structure should be at a 90 degree angle to the lower structure. g. Measure the time that is required to swing the upper structure from position (C) to position (B). Table 2 Swing Time (seconds) Item Right Swing 5.5 or less Left Swing 2. Complete the following steps in order to measure the swing drift on a slope. 6.3 or less New Rebuild

Illustration 3

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a. Position the upper structure at position (A). The upper structure should be at a 90 degree angle to the lower structure. Refer to Illustration 3.

Illustration 4 (A) Upper frame (B) Undercarriage frame (C) Marking

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b. To indicate the relationship of the two positions, put a mark (C) on the inner race and the outer race of the swing bearing. Refer to Illustration 4. c. Stop the engine. d. Leave the machine in this position for three minutes. Measure the swing drift on the circumference of the swing bearing. e. Start the engine. f. Position the upper structure at position (C). The upper structure should be at a 90 degree angle to the lower structure. Refer to Illustration 3. g. Repeat Steps 2.b through 2.d. Table 3 Swing Drift mm (inch) Item Right Swing 0 Left Swing 0 New Rebuild

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Cylinder Drift - Check - Loaded Bucket


SMCS - 7562-535-D9 Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 5P-3277 Description Measuring Tape Stopwatch Qty 1 1

Illustration 1

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1. Position the machine on level ground. Refer to Illustration 1. 2. Load the bucket. Weight of bucket load 330C ... 2520 kg (5555 lb) 330C L ... 2700 kg (5950 lb) 3. Raise the boom until the top stick pin is the same height as the boom foot pin. 4. Fully extend the bucket cylinder. 5. Fully retract the stick cylinder. 6. Extend the stick cylinder rod 70 mm (2.8 inch) from the fully retracted position. 7. Measure each cylinder's length from cylinder pin to cylinder pin. 8. Stop the engine. 9. Leave the machine in this position for three minutes. Measure each cylinder's length from cylinder pin to cylinder pin for drift. Table 2 Cylinder Drift (Loaded Bucket) New Boom Cylinder 6.0 mm (0.24 inch) or less New Stick Cylinder 12.0 mm (0.47 inch) or less New Bucket Cylinder 18.0 mm (0.71 inch) or less

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Cylinder Drift - Check - Empty Bucket


SMCS - 7562-535-D9 Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 5P-3277 Description Measuring Tape Stopwatch Qty 1 1

Illustration 1

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1. Position the machine on level ground. Refer to Illustration 1. 2. Empty the bucket. 3. Raise the boom until the top stick pin is the same height as the boom foot pin. 4. Fully extend the bucket cylinder. 5. Fully retract the stick cylinder. 6. Extend the stick cylinder rod 70 mm (2.8 inch) from the fully retracted position. 7. Measure each cylinder's length from cylinder pin to cylinder pin. 8. Stop the engine. 9. Leave the machine in this position for five minutes. Measure each cylinder's length from cylinder pin to cylinder pin for drift. Table 2 Cylinder Drift (Empty Bucket) Item Boom Cylinder Stick Cylinder Bucket Cylinder New 6.0 mm (0.24 inch) or less 10.0 mm ( 0.39 inch) or less Rebuild 12.0 mm (0.47 inch) or less 15.0 mm ( 0.59 inch) or less

10.0 mm ( 0.39 inch) or less

15.0 mm ( 0.59 inch) or less

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Cylinder Speed - Check


SMCS - 5456-535-VF ; 5458-535-VF Note: The engine speed and/or the machine configuration that is used during this test can affect the results of this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for the engine speed that was used for this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks" for the machine configurations that were used for this test. Note: The relief valve pressure settings must be set to the relief valve pressure specification before performing this operational check. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Specifications". 1. Perform the following steps in order to test the operating speed of the boom cylinders.

Illustration 1 (A) Extension test (B) Retraction test

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a. Place the machine on level ground. b. The bucket should be empty. c. Fully retract the bucket cylinder and the stick cylinder. d. Position the bucket on the ground. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required to fully extend the boom cylinders. e. Position the boom cylinders at full extension. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required for the bucket to come in contact with the ground. f. Refer to the specifications in Table 1 for the operating speed of the boom cylinders. 2. Perform the following steps in order to test the operating speed of the stick cylinder.

Illustration 2 (A) Extension test (B) Retraction test

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a. Place the machine on level ground. b. The bucket should be empty. c. Position the upper surface of the boom parallel to the ground. d. Fully extend the bucket cylinder. e. Retract the stick cylinder. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required to fully extend the stick cylinder. f. Extend the stick cylinder. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required to fully

retract the stick cylinder. g. Refer to the specifications in Table 1 for the operating speed of the stick cylinder. 3. Perform the following steps in order to test the operating speed of the bucket cylinder.

Illustration 3 (A) Extension test (B) Retraction test

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a. Place the machine on level ground. b. The bucket should be empty. c. Position the upper surface of the boom parallel to the ground. d. Position the stick so that the stick is perpendicular to the ground. e. Fully retract the bucket cylinder. f. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required to fully extend the bucket cylinder. g. Position the bucket cylinder at full extension. With a stopwatch, measure the time that is required to fully retract the bucket cylinder. h. Refer to the specifications in Table 1 for the operating speed of the bucket cylinder. Table 1 Cylinder Operating Speed (seconds)

Item Extension Boom Retraction Extension Stick Retraction Extension Bucket Retraction
(1)

New 3.4 0.5 2.6 0.5 3.4 0.5 2.8 0.5 4.4 0.5 2.5 0.5

Rebuild 4.0 (1) 3.3 (1) 4.0 (1) 3.5 (1) 5.0 (1) 3.2 (1)

Maximum

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Relief Valve (Pilot) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5072-036 1. Place the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Pilot oil manifold compartment (28) Locknut (29) Setscrew (30) Pressure tap (31) Pilot filter

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4. Connect a 6000 kPa (870 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (30) .

5. Start the engine. 6. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 7. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 8. Check the pilot relief valve setting at pressure tap (30) . 9. The pilot relief valve setting should be 4100 200 kPa (595 29 psi). If the pilot relief valve setting is not within the specification, adjust the pilot relief valve. 10. In order to adjust the pilot relief valve, loosen locknut (28) . 11. Turn setscrew (29) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (30) is 4100 200 kPa (595 29 psi). Note: Turning setscrew (29) clockwise increases the pressure. Turning setscrew (29) counterclockwise decreases the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 12. Tighten locknut (28) to a torque of 49 4.9 Nm (36 4 lb ft). Note: Normal operation of the engine and pumps are necessary for the pressure adjustment. If the results of the pressure adjustments are not correct, then the engine and the pump characteristic curve needs to be checked.

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Accumulator (Pilot) - Test and Charge


SMCS - 5077-045-PS ; 5077-081-PS ; 5077-081-PX

Dry nitrogen is the only gas approved for use in the accumulators. The charging of oxygen gas in an accumulator will cause an explosion. An explosion can be eliminated by using nitrogen gas cylinders with standard CGA (Compressed Gas Association, Inc.) No. 580 connectors. When nitrogen gas is ordered, make sure to order the cylinders with CGA No. 580 connectors. Do not rely on color codes or other methods of identification to tell the difference between nitrogen and oxygen cylinders. In any application, never use an adapter to connect your nitrogen charging group to a valve outlet used on both nitrogen, oxygen, or other gas cylinders. BE SURE YOU USE DRY NITROGEN (99.8% purity).

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Table 1

REQUIRED TOOLS Part Number 175-5507 Description Nitrogen Charging Group Quantity 1

Testing and Charging the Pilot System Accumulators


Stop the engine. Release the pressure from the pilot hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". Gas pressure is variable with temperature. Check the temperature of the air around the accumulator. In order to check the amount of charge in an accumulator, the accumulator must be at the same temperature as the surrounding air. Note: The temperature of the accumulator may change as the accumulator is being charged due to the expansion or compression of the nitrogen charge. It may be necessary to charge the accumulator in several steps in order to ensure a correct charge. Table 2 Charge Pressures and Temperatures Temperature -25C (-13F) -20C (-4F) -15C (5F) -10C (14F) -5C (23F) 0C (32F) 5C (41F) 10C (50F) 15C (59F) 20C (68F) Pressure 1490 kPa (216 psi) 1520 kPa (220 psi) 1550 kPa (225 psi) 1580 kPa (229 psi) 1610 kPa (233 psi) 1640 kPa (238 psi) 1670 kPa (242 psi) 1700 kPa (247 psi) 1730 kPa (251 psi) 1760 kPa (255 psi)

25C (77F) 30C (86F) 35C (95F) 40C (104F) 45C (113F) 50C (122F)

1790 kPa (260 psi) 1820 kPa (264 psi) 1850 kPa (268 psi) 1880 kPa (273 psi) 1910 kPa (277 psi) 1940 kPa (281 psi)

If an accumulator has less than half of the required amount of precharge pressure, the accumulator should be charged. Oil in the accumulator will give an inaccurate precharge reading.

Illustration 1 Accumulator (Typical Example) (1) Cap

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Illustration 2 175-5507 Nitrogen Charging Group (2) Pressure gauge (3) Connection to the nitrogen cylinder (4) Regulator (5) Valve (6) Pressure gauge (7) Pressure regulating screw (8) Valve handle (9) Chuck

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1. Make sure that valve (5) is closed. 2. Remove cap (1) from the accumulator. 3. Rotate valve handle (8) on chuck (9) counterclockwise until the valve handle reaches the full out position. Install chuck (9) on the accumulator. 4. Turn valve handle (8) clockwise until the valve is completely open. 5. Check the pressure reading on pressure gauge (6). Refer to Table 2 for the correct charging pressure and temperature relationship for the accumulator. 6. If the pressure reading on the gauge is too high, use the following steps in order to purge the nitrogen from the accumulator. a. Slowly open valve (5) .

b. Purge the nitrogen pressure until the pressure reading is within the specification. c. Close valve (5) . d. Turn valve handle (8) on chuck (9) counterclockwise until the valve is completely closed. e. Remove the test equipment. Replace cap (1) . 7. If the pressure is too low, use the following procedure to charge the accumulator: a. Turn valve handle (8) on chuck (9) counterclockwise until the valve is completely closed. b. Connect the 175-5507 Nitrogen Charging Group to the nitrogen cylinder with connection (3) . c. Connect the other end of the hose to valve (5) . d. Open the valve on the nitrogen cylinder. Make an adjustment to screw (7) on the regulator assembly until gauge (2) indicates the proper precharge pressure for the accumulator. Refer to Table 2. e. Open valve (5). Loosen chuck (9) slightly. Allow the nitrogen to purge the air from the hose. Tighten chuck (9) . f. Open valve (8) in order to charge the accumulator. g. Close valve (5) . h. The accumulator has the correct charge if the pressure on gauge (6) and the pressure on gauge (2) are equal and the gauge readings do not change. If there is a decrease in pressure on gauge (6), open valve (5) and allow more nitrogen to go into the accumulator. i. Repeat steps 7.d through 7.g until the following items occur:

The pressure on gauge (6) is equal to the pressure on gauge (2) . There is no pressure change when valve (5) is closed.

j. Close valve (5). Close the valve on the nitrogen cylinder. k. Turn valve handle (8) on chuck (9) counterclockwise until the valve is completely closed. l. Remove the test equipment. Replace cap (1) .

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Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5069-025; 5069-081 1. Position the machine on level ground and stop the engine. 2. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Pump compartment (1) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (2) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (3) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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3. Attach a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (1) . 4. Start the engine. 5. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch

OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test (Engine Speed)" for engine rpm settings. 6. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 7. Open the bucket until the bucket cylinder rod is at the full retraction. 8. Check the main relief valve pressure setting at pressure tap (1) . 9. Return the joystick for the bucket to the NEUTRAL position. 10. The main relief valve pressure setting should be 34300 490 kPa (4950 72 psi). If the main relief valve pressure setting is not within the specification, adjust the main relief valve pressure setting.

Illustration 2 (4) Adjustment screw (5) Locknut (6) Main relief valve

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11. In order to adjust the main relief valve, loosen locknut (5) and turn adjustment screw (4) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is 34300 490 kPa (4950 72 psi). Note: Turning adjustment screw (4) clockwise increases the pressure. Turning adjustment screw (4) counterclockwise decreases the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 12. Tighten locknut (5) to a torque of 50 10 Nm (37 7 lb ft).

Temporary Setting of the Main Relief Valve


Note: A temporary setting of the main relief valve is required before any line relief valve can be adjusted.

1. The main relief valve pressure setting should be 34300 490 kPa (4950 72 psi). If the main relief valve is not within the specification, adjust the main relief valve pressure setting to the correct pressure specification before performing Step 2. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust".

Illustration 3 (4) Adjustment screw (5) Locknut (6) Main relief valve

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2. Loosen locknut (5) and turn adjustment screw (4) clockwise for one half turn. Tighten locknut (5) to the specified torque. Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise.

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Relief Valve (Line) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5117-025-L9 ; 5117-081-L9 Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 8T-0861 8T-0856 Description Pressure Gauge ( 60000 kPa (8700 psi)) Pressure Gauge ( 6000 kPa (870 psi)) Qty 2 1

Note: A temporary setting of the main relief valve pressure is required before any line relief valve pressure setting is adjusted. Refer to the adjustment procedures in Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust".

Test
1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Pump compartment

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(1) Pressure tap (delivery pressure for the idler pump) (2) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (3) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

4. Connect a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (1) . 5. Connect a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (2) . 6. Connect a 6000 kPa (870 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (3). This is used to monitor power shift pressure. 7. Start the engine. 8. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial 10 and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 9. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F).

Illustration 2 Monitor (A) Message display (B) Keypad (C) Up key (D) Left key (E) Down key (F) Right key (G) Cancel key (H) Set key

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(I) OK key (J) Menu key

10. Start Service Mode and input a fixed power shift pressure of 2600 kPa (375 psi). a. Press menu key (J) . Note: If more than thirty seconds pass between pushing the keys on the keypad, the menu mode will be cancelled and the previous display will be restored to message display (A) . b. Press down key (E) in order to highlight the menu item "SERVICE OPTIONS" on the message display. Press OK key (I) . c. Input the password "FFF2". Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to change the position of the flashing character. Press up key (C) or press down key (E) in order to change the value of the flashing character. Press OK key (I) after the correct password is displayed. d. Press down key (E) once in order to highlight the second line on the message display. e. Press right key (F) repeatedly until "DEVICE TEST" appears on the message display. f. Press down key (E) in order to move down one line on the message display. g. Press right key (F) until the "PS PRV - FIXED" appears on the message display. h. Press down key (E) . i. Press OK key (I). The display on line 4 of the message display will now change to a numeric value. These characters represent the power shift pressure (kPa). j. Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to increase or decrease the numeric value that is displayed on line 4 of the message display. Pressing left key (D) decreases the power shift pressure. Pressing right key (F) increases the power shift pressure. Note: The value for power shift pressure on the monitor may not always match the pressure reading on the pressure gauge. Adjust the value on the monitor until the desired power shift pressure is attained on the pressure gauge that is connected to the pressure tap for power shift pressure. The actual power shift pressure must be 2600 kPa (375 psi) on the pressure gauge. Note: To prevent a change in power shift pressure during the relief valve adjustment, do not turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. Note: Refer to Service Manual, "Engine and Pump Electronic Control System" for additional information on Service Mode. 11. The pressure setting for both the head end and the rod end for each cylinder is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi).

Illustration 3 Main control valves (front view) (7) Line relief valve (boom cylinder rod end) (8) Line relief valve (bucket cylinder head end) (9) Line relief valve (stick cylinder head end)

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The following line relief valves are located on top of the main control valves: boom cylinder rod end, bucket cylinder head end and stick cylinder head end. The line relief valve for the bucket cylinder rod end is located under the main control valves and opposite the line relief valve for bucket cylinder head end (8).

Illustration 4 Main control valve (bottom view) (10) Boom drift reduction valve (11) Line relief valve (boom cylinder head end)

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The line relief valve (boom cylinder head end) (11) is located on boom drift reduction valve (10).

Illustration 5 Main control valve (bottom view) (12) Line relief valve (stick cylinder rod end) (13) Stick drift reduction valve

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The line relief valve (stick cylinder head end) (12) is located on stick drift reduction valve (13).

Illustration 6 Line relief valve (typical example) (14) Locknut (15) Adjustment screw

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Note: Turn adjustment screw (15) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (15) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: After relief valve adjustments, cancel Service Mode.

Note: Return the main relief valve pressure to the specified setting after testing and adjusting any line relief valve. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust" for the main relief valve pressure setting.

Adjustment (Boom Cylinders)


1. To adjust the line relief valve pressure setting of the boom cylinder head end, move the joystick for the boom until the boom is at the full BOOM RAISE position (full extension of boom cylinders). Hold the joystick for the boom in this position. 2. Check the pressure in the boom cylinder head end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (1) . 3. Return the joystick for the boom to the NEUTRAL position. 4. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is not within the specification, adjust line relief valve (11) . 5. In order to adjust line relief valve (11), loosen locknut (14) on the boom line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 6. Tighten locknut (14) on relief valve (11) . Note: In order to adjust the line relief valve pressure setting for the boom cylinder rod end, a temporary adjustment of the line relief valve for the bucket cylinder rod end must be performed. 7. Loosen locknut (14) on the line relief valve for the BUCKET OPEN function. Turn adjustment screw (15) by one half turn in a clockwise direction. Tighten locknut (14) on the line relief valve for the bucket cylinder. 8. Move the joystick for the bucket until the bucket is at the full BUCKET OPEN position (full retraction of the bucket cylinder). Hold the joystick for the bucket in this position. At the same time, move the joystick for the boom until the boom is at the full BOOM DOWN position (full retraction of boom cylinders). Hold the joystick for the boom in this position. 9. Check the pressure in the boom cylinder rod end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (1) . 10. Return the joystick for the boom to the NEUTRAL position. 11. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is not within the specification, adjust line relief valve (7) . 12. In order to adjust line relief valve (7), loosen locknut (14) on the boom line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 13. Tighten locknut (14) on the boom line relief valve.

14. After completion of line relief valve adjustment for the boom cylinders, return the line relief valve pressure setting of the bucket to the specified pressure setting. Note: If an appropriate location is not available to fully extend the boom cylinders, exchange the functions of the boom line relief valves. Remove the line relief valve for the boom cylinder head end and the line relief valve for the boom cylinder rod end from the main control valve. Exchange the location of the line relief valves. Adjust the pressure of the boom line relief valve that is now attached in the head end. After completion of line relief valve adjustment, return the respective line relief valves to the original locations.

Adjustment (Stick Cylinder)


1. To adjust the line relief valve pressure setting of the stick cylinder rod end, move the joystick for the stick until the stick is at the full STICK OUT position (full retraction of stick cylinder). Hold the joystick for the stick in this position. 2. Check the pressure in the stick cylinder rod end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (2) . 3. Return the joystick for the stick to the NEUTRAL position. 4. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is not within the specification, adjust line relief valve (12) . 5. In order to adjust line relief valve (12), loosen locknut (14) on the stick line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 6. Tighten locknut (14) on relief valve (12) . 7. To adjust the line relief valve pressure setting of the stick cylinder head end, move the joystick for the stick until the stick is at the full STICK IN position (full extension of stick cylinder). Hold the joystick for the stick in this position. 8. Check the pressure in the stick cylinder head end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (2) . 9. Return the joystick for the stick to the NEUTRAL position. 10. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is not within the specification, adjust line relief valve (9) . 11. In order to adjust line relief valve (9), loosen locknut (14) on the stick line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 12. After completion of line relief valve adjustment, tighten locknut (14) .

Adjustment (Bucket Cylinder)

1. To adjust the line relief valve pressure setting of the bucket cylinder head end, move the joystick for the bucket until the bucket is at the full BUCKET CLOSE position (full extension of bucket cylinder). Hold the joystick for the bucket in this position. 2. Check the pressure in the bucket cylinder head end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (1) . 3. Return the joystick for the bucket to the NEUTRAL position. 4. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is not within the specification, adjust line relief valve (8) . 5. In order to adjust line relief valve (8), loosen locknut (14) on the bucket line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 6. Tighten locknut (14) on relief valve (8) . 7. To adjust the line relief valve pressure setting of the bucket cylinder rod end, move the joystick for the bucket until the bucket is at the full BUCKET OPEN position (full retraction of bucket cylinder). Hold the joystick for the bucket in this position. 8. Check the pressure in the bucket cylinder rod end on the pressure gauge at pressure tap (1) . 9. Return the joystick for the bucket to the NEUTRAL position. 10. The pressure gauge reading should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). If the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is not within the specification, adjust the line relief valve for the bucket cylinder rod end. 11. In order to adjust the line relief valve, loosen locknut (14) on the bucket line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw (15) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (1) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 12. After completion of line relief valve adjustment, tighten locknut (14) .

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Swing Motor - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil


SMCS - 5058-081-ZW Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 6V-9830 Cap Wrench 24 mm (0.94 inch) Container for Measuring Description Qty 1 1 1

NOTICE
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1. Stop the engine. 2. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Swing motor compartment (1) Case drain hose (2) Tee

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3. Disconnect the case drain hose (1) from tee (2). Place the open end of the case drain hose (1) into the container for measuring. 4. Install 6V-8398 O-Ring Seal and 6V-9830 Cap on tee (2) of the swivel.

Illustration 2 Pilot manifold (3) Connector (4) Solenoid valve for swing parking brake

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5. Disconnect connector (3) from solenoid valve (4) for the swing parking brake. 6. Start the engine.

7. Place the engine speed dial at position "10" and AEC switch OFF. Maintain the maximum noload speed at 1880 50 rpm. Reference: Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 8. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 9. Slowly move the swing joystick and make sure that the swing parking brake is activated. 10. Move the swing joystick fully for one minute. Measure the case drain oil. 11. Stop the engine. 12. Connect connector (3) to the solenoid valve for swing parking brake (4) . 13. Repeat this test procedure three times in order to obtain three measurements. For each test procedure, swing the upper structure to a different position. The following values specify the maximum acceptable flow of case drain oil when the swing relief pressure is set at 27900 980 kPa (4050 140 psi). New swing motor ... 30 L/min (7.9 US gpm) Rebuilt swing motor ... 35 L/min (9.2 US gpm)

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Relief Valve (Swing) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5454-036 1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Pump compartment (1) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (2) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (3) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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4. Connect a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (2) .

Illustration 2 Pilot oil manifold (26) Connector (27) Swing parking brake solenoid valve

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5. Disconnect connector (26) from swing parking brake solenoid valve (27) . 6. Start the engine. 7. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Reference: Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test (Engine Speed)" for engine rpm settings. 8. Move the swing joystick slowly and ensure that the swing parking brake is operating properly.

Illustration 3 Swing motor (22) Adjustment screw

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(23) Locknut (25) Relief valve (left swing) (34) Adjustment screw (35) Locknut (36) Relief valve (right swing)

9. Slowly move the swing joystick for a full SWING RIGHT operation and check the pressure for relief valve (25) at pressure tap (2) . 10. Return the swing joystick to the NEUTRAL position. 11. The pressure setting of the swing relief valve is 31400 1000 kPa (4550 150 psi). If the pressure reading at pressure tap (2) is not within the specification, adjust the swing relief valve. 12. In order to adjust the swing relief valve, loosen locknut (23). Turn adjustment screw (22) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 31400 1000 kPa (4550 150 psi). Note: Turn adjustment screw (22) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (22) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 13. Tighten locknut (23) to a torque of 120 10 Nm (85 7 lb ft). 14. Slowly move the swing joystick for a full SWING LEFT operation and check the pressure for relief valve (36) at pressure tap (2) . 15. Return the swing joystick to the NEUTRAL position. 16. The pressure setting of the swing relief valve is 31400 1000 kPa (4550 150 psi). If the pressure reading at pressure tap (2) is not within the specification, adjust the swing relief valve. 17. In order to adjust the swing relief valve, loosen locknut (35). Turn adjustment screw (34) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 31400 1000 kPa (4550 150 psi). Note: Turn adjustment screw (34) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (34) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 18. Tighten locknut (35) to a torque of 120 10 Nm (85 7 lb ft). 19. After completing the test and/or the adjustment procedures for the swing relief valves, stop the engine. 20. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

21. Connect connector (26) to the solenoid valve for swing parking brake (27) .

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Swing Bearing Movement - Measure


SMCS - 7063-082 Use the procedures that follow in order to check the vertical movement and the circular movement of the swing bearing. Two dial indicators with magnetic bases are required for the procedures.

Procedure To Measure Vertical Movement Of The Swing Bearing


1. Place the machine on level ground. 2. Empty the bucket. 3. Position the upper structure parallel with the tracks. 4. Inspect the static torque of the bolts in the swing bearing in order to make sure that the bolts are tightened properly. a. Set the torque wrench to a torque value of 800 Nm (590 lb ft). b. Make a mark on the head of the bolt that is relative to the carbody or the bearing race. c. Apply the specified torque to the bolt. d. If the head of the bolt does not move, the torque is within the specification. e. If the head of the bolt moves, replace the bolt.

Illustration 1 (A) Dial indicator (B) Dial indicator (C) Outer race of the swing bearing (D) Inner race of the swing bearing (F) Carbody

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5. Refer to Illustration 1. Position dial indicator (A) between the carbody and the outer race of the swing bearing (C). Position dial indicator (B) between the carbody and the outer race of the swing bearing (C) . Note: Position the dial indicators at the front center of the carbody and at the rear center of the carbody.

Illustration 2

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6. Refer to Illustration 2 and move the boom, the stick, and the bucket into the position that is shown. 7. Adjust both dial indicators to "zero".

Illustration 3

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8. Refer to Illustration 3 for the correct position of the boom, of the stick, and of the bucket. Lower the boom until the front of the machine rises from the ground. The angle between the ground and the track should be approximately 15 degrees.

9. Record the dial indicator readings. 10. If the difference between the readings before testing and after testing at the zero position that is shown in Illustration 2 is greater than 0.05 mm (0.002 inch), additional measurements are necessary. Repeat Step 6 through 9. 11. Remove the dial indicators. Rotate the upper structure three times in a clockwise direction. Rotate the upper structure three times in a counterclockwise direction. 12. Repeat Step 5 through 11 three times. Determine the average value of the three readings. Reference Table 1 for the service limit specifications. Table 1 Specifications For Vertical Movement New 1.5 mm (0.06 inch) Service Limit 3.0 mm (0.2 inch)

Procedure To Measure Circular Movement Of The Swing Bearing


1. Place the machine on level ground. 2. Empty the bucket.

Illustration 4 (E) 1000 mm (39.4 inch)

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3. Position the upper structure parallel to the tracks. Refer to Illustration 4 for the correct position of the boom, of the stick, and of the bucket. 4. Stop the engine.

Illustration 5 (A) Dial indicator (C) Outer race of swing bearing (D) Inner race of swing bearing (F) Magnet

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5. Position dial indicator (A) on the outer race of swing bearing (C). Position a magnet (F) on the inner race of swing bearing (D). The value for the measurement will be the average of four readings. 6. By hand, push the side of the bucket in order to rotate the upper structure in a counterclockwise direction as far as possible. Hold the upper structure in that position while the dial indicator is set to "zero". 7. By hand, push the side of the bucket in order to rotate the upper structure in a clockwise direction as far as possible. Record the dial indicator reading. 8. Remove the dial indicator. Rotate the upper structure three times in a clockwise direction. Rotate the upper structure three times in a counterclockwise direction. 9. Perform Step 5 through 8 for each machine position that is shown in Illustration 6. The evaluation of the movement of the bearing is based on the average value of the four measurements at the four positions that are shown in 6. If the measurements for the circular movement of the swing bearing exceed the specifications that

are listed in Table 2, check the following components for improper function, wear and/or failure:

swing gear teeth pinion gear in the swing drive swing drive swing motor swing brake valve swing control valve Table 2

specifications for Circular Movement New 4.5 mm (0.18 inch) Service Limit 13.5 mm (0.53 inch)

Illustration 6

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Fan Motor (Hydraulic Oil Cooler) - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil
SMCS - 5058-081-FM Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 6V-9829 Description Cap As Container for measuring Qty 1 1

NOTICE
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Note: The fan motor speed must be set to the correct specification before performing this test. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Fan Motor Speed (Hydraulic Oil Cooler) - Test and Adjust". 1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine.

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3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 (1) Fan motor (2) Case drain hose

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Illustration 2 (2) Case drain hose (3) Case drain filter

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4. Disconnect case drain hose (2) from case drain filter (3). Install 6V-9829 Cap As on the open fitting of case drain filter (3) . 5. Place the end of drain hose (2) into the container in order to measure the case drain oil. 6. Start the engine. 7. Place the machine controls at the following settings: AEC switch OFF and engine speed dial "10".

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Reference: Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 8. Measure the amount of case drain oil for one minute. Table 2 Case Drain Oil Fan Speed 1200 rpm (1) 1340 rpm (2)
(1) (2)

Amount of Case Drain Oil 1.1 L/min (0.29 US gpm) 1.3 L/min (0.34 US gpm)

Standard specification High ambient specification

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Fan Motor Speed (Hydraulic Oil Cooler) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5058-036-FM Table 1 Required Tools Part Number 9U-7400 Description Multitach Tool Group Qty 1

Illustration 1 Engine compartment (rear) (2) Delivery line (3) Line to relief valve (fan pump) (33) Fan pump

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NOTICE

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Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Test
1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". 4. Install 9U-7400 Multitach Tool Group on the fan for the hydraulic oil cooler. 5. Start the engine. 6. Place the machine controls at the following settings: AEC switch OFF and engine speed dial "10". Reference: Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 7. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 8. Read the fan speed. Refer to Table 2 for the correct speed. Table 2 Fan Speed 1200 10 rpm (1) 1340 10 rpm (2)
(1) (2)

Standard specification High ambient specification

9. If the fan speed is not within the specification, adjust the relief valve for the fan pump.

Adjust

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Illustration 2 Pump compartment (34) Pressure tap (35) Relief valve (fan pump) (36) Locknut (37) Adjustment screw

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1. In order to adjust the relief valve pressure setting for the fan pump, loosen locknut (36) and turn adjustment screw (37) . Note: Turn adjustment screw (37) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (37) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: A quarter turn of the relief valve changes the pressure approximately 3300 kPa (480 psi). Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 2. Adjust the relief valve pressure to the specifications in Table 3. Note: In order to avoid hydraulic component damage, adjust the fan speed within the specifications in Table 3. Table 3 Fan Speed 1200 10 rpm (1) 1340 10 rpm (2)
(1) (2)

Relief Valve Pressure 8800 kPa (1275 psi) 11100 kPa (1610 psi)

Standard specification High ambient specification

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3. Tighten locknut (36) to a torque of 10 1 Nm (7 0.5 lb ft).

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Travel Motor - Test - Measurement of Case Drain Oil


SMCS - 4351-081 Table 1 Required Tools Part Number FT-2547 6V-9509 6V-8398 Description Track block assembly Face Seal Plug O-Ring Seal Remote drain hose with an inside diameter of 1 20 mm (0.79 inch) Wrench 29 mm (1.14 inch) Container for measuring 1 1 Qty 1 1 1

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1. Stop the engine. 2. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 1 Sprocket (left track) (1) Sprocket (2) FT-2547 Track block assembly

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3. Place track block assembly (2) in sprocket (1) in order to block forward left travel. Refer to Illustration 1.

Illustration 2 Travel motor (3) 6V-9509 Face seal plug (4) 6V-8398 O-Ring seal (5) Case drain hose (6) Connector (7) Remote drain hose (8) Container for measuring

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4. Disconnect case drain hose (5) from connector (6). Install plug (3) and seal (4) in the open end of case drain hose (5) . 5. Connect one end of remote drain hose (7) to connector (6). Place the other end of remote drain hose into the container (8) in order to measure the case drain oil. 6. Start the engine. 7. Place the engine speed dial at position "10" and AEC switch OFF. Maintain the maximum noload speed at 1880 50 rpm. Reference: Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm

settings. 8. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F). 9. Move the left travel lever forward fully for one minute. 10. Measure the amount of case drain oil. 11. Remove track block assembly (2) from sprocket (1) . 12. Move the left travel lever in order to reposition the travel motor. 13. Place track block assembly (2) in sprocket (1) in order to block forward left travel. 14. Repeat Steps 9 through 13 in order to obtain three measurements of case drain oil. The following values specify the maximum acceptable flow of case drain oil when the travel crossover relief valves are set at 36800 1470 kPa (5350 215 psi). New travel motor ... 15 L/min (4.0 US gpm) Rebuilt travel motor ... 18 L/min (4.8 US gpm)

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Relief Valve (Crossover) - Test and Adjust


SMCS - 5069-036 Note: A temporary setting of the main relief valve is required before travel crossover relief valves can be tested. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust". 1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine.

Illustration 1 Pump compartment (1) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (2) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (3) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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3. Connect a 6000 kPa (870 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (3) . 4. Connect a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (1). Use this pressure gauge to

monitor the crossover relief valve pressure setting of the right travel motor. 5. Connect a 60000 kPa (8700 psi) pressure gauge to pressure tap (2). Use this pressure gauge to monitor the crossover relief valve pressure setting of the left travel motor.

Illustration 2 Sprocket (left track) (16) Sprocket (17) FT-2547 Track block assembly

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6. Place track block assembly (17) in sprocket (16) in order to block forward left travel. Refer to Illustration 2. 7. Start the engine. 8. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test (Engine Speed)" for engine rpm settings. 9. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F).

Illustration 3 Monitor (A) Message display (B) Keypad (C) Up key (D) Left key (E) Down key (F) Right key (G) Cancel key (H) Set key

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(I) OK key (J) Menu key

10. Start Service Mode and input a fixed power shift pressure of 2600 kPa (375 psi). a. Press menu key (J) . Note: If more than thirty seconds pass between pushing the keys on the keypad, the menu mode will be cancelled and the previous display will be restored to message display (A) . b. Press down key (E) in order to highlight the menu item "SERVICE OPTIONS" on the message display. Press OK key (I) . c. Input the password "FFF2". Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to change the position of the flashing character. Press up key (C) or press down key (E) in order to change the value of the flashing character. Press OK key (I) after the correct password is displayed. d. Press down key (E) once in order to highlight the second line on the message display. e. Press right key (F) repeatedly until "DEVICE TEST" appears on the message display. f. Press down key (E) in order to move down one line on the message display. g. Press right key (F) until the "PS PRV - FIXED" appears on the message display. h. Press down key (E) . i. Press OK key (I). The display on line 4 of the message display will now change to a numeric value. These characters represent the power shift pressure (kPa). j. Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to increase or decrease the numeric value that is displayed on line 4 of the message display. Pressing left key (D) decreases the power shift pressure. Pressing right key (F) increases the power shift pressure. Note: The value for power shift pressure on the monitor may not always match the pressure reading on the pressure gauge. Adjust the value on the monitor until the desired power shift pressure is attained on the pressure gauge that is connected to the pressure tap for power shift pressure. The actual power shift pressure must be 2600 kPa (375 psi) on the pressure gauge. Note: To prevent a change in power shift pressure during the relief valve adjustment, do not turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. Note: Refer to Service Manual, "Engine and Pump Electronic Control System" for additional information on Service Mode.

Illustration 4 Travel brake valve (left side) (18) Locknut (19) Adjustment screw (20) Crossover relief valve (forward left travel) (21) Crossover relief valve (reverse left travel) (22) Locknut (23) Adjustment screw

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11. Slowly move the left travel control lever to full FORWARD position and check the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2). The pressure setting of crossover relief valve (20) should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). 12. Return the left travel control lever to the NEUTRAL position. 13. In order to adjust crossover relief valve (20), loosen locknut (18) and turn adjustment screw (19) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Turn adjustment screw (19) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (19) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 14. Tighten locknut (18) to a torque of 130 15 Nm (95 10 lb ft). Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. 15. Place track block assembly (17) in sprocket (16) in order to block reverse left travel. 16. Slowly move the left travel lever to full REVERSE position and check the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2). The pressure setting of crossover relief valve (21) should be 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). 17. Return the left travel control lever to the NEUTRAL position.

18. In order to adjust crossover relief valve (21), loosen locknut (22) and turn adjustment screw (23) until the pressure gauge reading at pressure tap (2) is 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi). Note: Turn adjustment screw (23) clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn adjustment screw (23) counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure. Note: Always make final pressure adjustment on pressure rise. 19. Tighten locknut (22) to a torque of 130 15 Nm (95 10 lb ft). Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise. In order to adjust the crossover relief valves on the right travel motor, place stopper (17) in the sprocket for right travel. Use the pressure gauge at pressure tap (1) in order to monitor the crossover relief valve pressure settings for the right travel motor. Adjust the crossover relief valves on the right travel motor in the same manner as the adjustment for the left travel motor. 20. After relief valve adjustments, cancel Service Mode. 21. Return the main relief valve pressure to the specified setting after crossover relief valve pressure setting is attained. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust".

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Main Pump (Flow) - Test - Constant Horsepower Flow Control


SMCS - 5070-081-FW This test measures individual pump flow at the pump. Each pump is tested individually for output flow at specified pressures. The pump that is not being tested is not under load and the pump remains at low pressure standby.

Illustration 1 g00817116 The electronic control module is located in the compartment behind the cab. (1) Alarm lamp (2) Electronic control module

Illustration 2 (3) Monitor (4) Message display

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Note: Before starting main pump flow tests, check message display (4) on monitor (3) and alarm lamp (1) on electronic control module (2) for normal operation. Lamp (1) should be green. If no faults are present, perform the operational checks. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Operational Checks". Note: If the operational checks indicate that slow speed of an implement is common to the circuits of one pump, the problem is most likely in the hydraulic system. Then perform the pump flow tests. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Main Pump (Flow) - Test". Note: If the operational checks indicate that slow speed of an implement is common to both pump circuits, the problem may be in the engine, the fuel, or the working altitude.

Illustration 3 Flow meter tool layout (1) Swing motor (2) Connector at swing motor (3) 6V-9840 Swivel tee (4) Makeup line (swing motor) (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (7) 6V-9508 Plug (10) 4C-9910 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (11) Delivery line (idler pump)

(12) Delivery line (drive pump) (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (17) 7I-7133 Blocking cover (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (25) 6V-8397 O-Ring Seal (29) 1U-8303 Fitting (30) 5K-9090 O-Ring seal (31) 5P-0201 Hose (32) 5P-1010 Sleeve (33) 4C-8767 Coupling (34) 7M-8485 O-Ring seal (35) 4C-6481 Coupler assembly (36) 4C-6482 Nipple assembly (37) 4I-6141 Coupling (38) 8C-9026 Adapter (39) 6K-6307 O-Ring seal (40) 6V-9854 Swivel elbow (42) 1P-3704 Rectangular seal (46) 8T-4194 Bolt (47) 8T-4223 Hard washer (48) 1P-5767 Half flange (49) 1U-8293 Adapter

Illustration 4 Circuit diagram (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (5) Main control valve (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (9) 8T-0861 Pressure gauge (10) 4C-9910 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter)

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(11) Delivery line for idler pump (12) Delivery line from drive pump (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (17) 7I-7133 Blocking cover (20) 8T-0856 Pressure gauge (21) Engine (22) Multitach (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (40) Elbow (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

Drive Pump
NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

Illustration 5 Pump compartment (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (12) Delivery line for drive pump (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". 4. Install the following tools in accordance with the flow meter tool layout and the circuit diagram. Refer to Illustration 3 and Illustration 4. a. Disconnect delivery line (12) from drive pump (23) . b. Install seal (42), half flanges (48) and blocking cover (17) to the end of delivery line (12) by using bolts (46) and washers (47) . c. Assemble and install seal (42), adapter (49), seals (34), fitting (29) and nipple assembly (36) on drive pump (23) by using half flanges (48), bolts (46) and washers (47) .

Illustration 6 Swing motor (top view)

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(1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (40) Elbow

d. Disconnect makeup line (4) from connector (2) at swing motor (1) . e. Assemble and install seals (30), tee (3), swivel elbow (40) and coupling (37) to connector (2) at swing motor (1) . f. Install seal (30) and makeup line (4) to tee (3) . g. Connect portable hydraulic tester (10) and the test hoses between nipple assembly (36) at drive pump (23) and coupling (37) at the swing motor. h. Connect 4900 kPa (700 psi) pressure gauge (20) to tap (50) for power shift pressure. Connect 49000 kPa (7100 psi) pressure gauge (9) to pressure tap (16) for drive pump delivery pressure. i. Install multitach group (22) on engine (21). This is used to monitor engine speed. j. Disconnect negative flow control line (6) from drive pump (23). Install seal (25) and plug (7) to the end of negative flow control line (6) .

Idler Pump
NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

Illustration 7 Pump compartment (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (11) Delivery line for idler pump (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". 4. Install the following tools in accordance with the flow meter tool layout and the circuit diagram. Refer to Illustration 3 and Illustration 4. a. Disconnect delivery line (11) from idler pump (24) . b. Install seal (42), half flanges (48) and blocking cover (17) to the end of delivery line (11) by using bolts (46) and washers (47) . c. Assemble and install seal (42), adapter (49), seals (34), fitting (29) and nipple assembly (36) on idler pump (24) by using half flanges (48), bolts (46) and washers (47) .

Illustration 8 Swing motor (top view) (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (40) Elbow

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d. Disconnect makeup line (4) from connector (2) at swing motor (1) . e. Assemble and install seals (30), tee (3), swivel elbow (40) and coupling (37) to connector (2) at swing motor (1) . f. Install seal (30) and makeup line (4) to tee (3) . g. Connect portable hydraulic tester (10) and the test hoses between nipple assembly (36) at idler pump (24) and coupling (37) at the swing motor. h. Connect 4900 kPa (700 psi) pressure gauge (20) to pressure tap (50) for power shift pressure. Connect 49000 kPa (7100 psi) pressure gauge (9) to pressure tap (8) for idler pump delivery pressure. i. Install multitach group (22) on engine (21). This is used to monitor engine speed. j. Disconnect negative flow control line (13) from idler pump (24). Install seal (25) and plug (7) to the end of negative flow control line (13) .

Test
Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

To prevent personal injury or equipment damage from failure of the

hydraulic test equipment or associated circuit components because of blocked pump flow, make sure that the test equipment valves are fully open before starting the engine.

To prevent personal injury and/or equipment damage from failed lines or components while the hydraulic test equipment is returned to the open flow position, slowly open the hydraulic test equipment valve while monitoring the pump flow. If pump flow does not increase as the valve is opened, shut the engine off and determine what is preventing the pump from upstroking. 1. Start the engine. 2. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 3. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F).

Illustration 9 Monitor (A) Message display (B) Keypad (C) Up key (D) Left key (E) Down key (F) Right key (G) Cancel key (H) Set key

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(I) OK key (J) Menu key

4. Start Service Mode and input a fixed power shift pressure of 2550 50 kPa (370 10 psi). a. Press menu key (J) . Note: If more than thirty seconds pass between pushing the keys on the keypad, the menu mode will be cancelled and the previous display will be restored to message display (A) . b. Press down key (E) in order to highlight the menu item "SERVICE OPTIONS" on the message display. Press OK key (I) . c. Input the password "FFF2". Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to change the position of the flashing character. Press up key (C) or press down key (E) in order to change the value of the flashing character. Press OK key (I) after the correct password is displayed. d. Press down key (E) once in order to highlight the second line on the message display. e. Press right key (F) repeatedly until "DEVICE TEST" appears on the message display. f. Press down key (E) in order to move down one line on the message display. g. Press right key (F) until the "PS PRV - FIXED" appears on the message display. h. Press down key (E) . i. Press OK key (I). The display on line 4 of the message display will now change to a numeric value. These characters represent the power shift pressure (kPa). j. Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to increase or decrease the numeric value that is displayed on line 4 of the message display. Pressing left key (D) one time decreases the power shift pressure 10 kPa (1.5 psi). Pressing right key (F) one time increases the power shift pressure 10 kPa (1.5 psi). Note: The value for power shift pressure on the monitor may not always match the pressure reading on the pressure gauge. Adjust the value on the monitor until the desired power shift pressure is attained on the pressure gauge that is connected to the pressure tap for power shift pressure. The actual power shift pressure must be 2550 50 kPa (370 10 psi) on the pressure gauge. Note: To prevent a change in power shift pressure during the pump flow test, do not turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. Note: Refer to Service Manual, "Engine and Pump Electronic Control System" for additional information on Service Mode. 5. In order to perform flow measurements for either one of the pumps, the other pump must not be under load.

Illustration 10 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (10) Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (22) Multitach (26) Valve

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6. Turn valve (26) on portable hydraulic tester (10) clockwise. Record pump flow at each of the following pressures in Table 1. Use pressure gauge (9) at pressure tap (16) to monitor drive pump delivery pressure or use pressure tap (8) to monitor idler pump delivery pressure.

Illustration 11 P-Q characteristic curve

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Table 1 Pump Flow Test Measuring Points 15700 19600 25500 29400 9800 kPa kPa (2275 kPa (2845 kPa (3700 kPa (4250 (1420 psi) psi) psi) psi) psi) Drive Pump Idler Pump

Flow measured liter/min (US gpm)

Oil temperature C (F)

Engine speed (rpm)

Flow corrected liter/min (US gpm)

Drive Pump Idler Pump 231 15 (61.0 4.0) 200 15 (52.8 4.0) 184 15 (48.6 4.0) 150 (39.6) 160 15 (42.3 4.0) 119 (31.4) 147 15 (38.8 4.0) 106 (28.0)

New Specification for flow rate liter/min (US gpm) Service limit

189 (49.9) 164 (43.3)

Note: Specifications for output flow rates are based on an engine speed of 1800 rpm. To attain more accurate test results, measured flow should be corrected with the following calculation. Table 2 Measured flow x 1800 rpm Corrected flow = measured rpm Note: Specifications for output flow rates are based on a power shift pressure at the pump of 2550 50 kPa (370 10 psi). The output flow rate changes approximately 10 L/min (2.6 US gpm) for each 100 kPa (14 psi) of power shift pressure in the upper range of the constant horsepower control. The output flow rate changes approximately 6 L/min (1.6 US gpm) for each 100 kPa (14 psi) of power shift pressure in the higher range of the constant horsepower control. Note: Flow measurements must be done only during pressure rise.

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Pump Control (Output Flow) - Adjust


SMCS - 3222-025-FW Adjust the pump output flow if the flow test results differ greatly from the specifications.

Adjustment Of Output Flow Under Total Horsepower Control

Illustration 1 (1) Locknut (2) Adjustment screw (3) Locknut (4) Adjustment screw

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Adjust the flow of the idler pump. 1. Loosen locknut (1) . 2. Turning adjustment screw (2) clockwise will increase the output flow of the pump. Turning adjustment screw (2) counterclockwise will decrease the output flow of the pump. A 1/4 turn

of adjustment screw (2) will change the output flow of the pump at the following pressures. a. The pressure range of the first regulator spring is 17800 kPa (2600 psi) to 25700 kPa (3750 psi). Output flow of the pump will change approximately 22 L/min (5.8 US gpm) if the output flow is adjusted in this pressure range. b. The pressure range of the second regulator spring is 25700 kPa (3750 psi) to 34300 kPa (4950 psi). Output flow of the pump will change approximately 14 L/min (3.7 US gpm) if the output flow is adjusted in this pressure range. 3. Tighten locknut (1) to a torque of 12 3 Nm (9 2 lb ft). 4. Adjust the drive pump. Use locknut (3) and adjustment screw (4) instead of locknut (1) and adjustment screw (2) to adjust the drive pump. Repeat Steps 1 through 3.

Adjustment of the Maximum Output Flow of the Pump

Illustration 2 Pump compartment (5) Locknut (6) Adjustment screw (7) Adjustment screw (8) Locknut

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Adjust the maximum output flow of the idler pump. 1. Loosen locknut (5) . 2. In order to adjust maximum output flow, turn adjustment screw (6). Turning adjustment screw (6) clockwise will decrease the maximum output flow of the pump. Turning adjustment screw (6) counterclockwise will increase the maximum output flow of the pump. When adjustment screw (6) is turned 1/4 turn, the flow changes approximately 3.6 L/min (1.0 US gpm). 3. Tighten locknut (5) to a torque of 55 10 Nm (41 7 lb ft).

4. Adjust the maximum output flow of the drive pump. Use locknut (8) and adjustment screw (7) instead of locknut (5) and adjustment screw (6). Repeat Steps 1 through 3.

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Pump Control (Negative Flow) - Test


SMCS - 3222-081-FW This test measures individual pump flow at the pump while a fixed negative flow control pressure is sent to the main pump regulator. Each pump is tested individually for an output flow rate at a specified delivery pressure and a specified negative flow control pressure.

Illustration 1 Flow meter tool layout (1) Swing motor (2) Connector at swing motor (3) 6V-9840 Swivel tee (4) Makeup line (swing motor) (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (7) 6V-9508 Plug (10) 4C-9910 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (11) Delivery line (idler pump)

(12) Delivery line (drive pump) (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (17) 7I-7133 Blocking cover (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (25) 6V-8397 O-Ring Seal (29) 1U-8303 Fitting (30) 5K-9090 O-Ring seal (31) 5P-0201 Hose (32) 5P-1010 Sleeve (33) 4C-8767 Coupling (34) 7M-8485 O-Ring seal (35) 4C-6481 Coupler assembly (36) 4C-6482 Nipple assembly (37) 4I-6141 Coupling (38) 8C-9026 Adapter (39) 6K-6307 O-Ring seal (40) 6V-9854 Swivel elbow (42) 1P-3704 Rectangular seal (46) 8T-4194 Bolt (47) 8T-4223 Hard washer (48) 1P-5767 Half flange (49) 1U-8293 Adapter

Illustration 2 Circuit diagram (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (5) Main control valves (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (7) Plug (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure)

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(9) Pressure gauge (10) Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (11) Delivery line (idler pump) (12) Delivery line (drive pump) (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (15) Tees (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (17) Blocking cover (18) Test line (20) Pressure gauge (21) Engine (22) Multitach group (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (40) Elbow (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

Drive Pump
NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

Illustration 3 Pump compartment (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (12) Delivery line (drive pump) (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". 4. Install the following tools in accordance with the circuit diagram. Refer to Illustration 2. a. Disconnect delivery line (12) from drive pump (23) . b. Install seal (42), half flanges (48) and blocking cover (17) to the end of delivery line (12) by using bolts (46) and washers (47) . c. Assemble and install seal (42), adapter (49), seals (34), fitting (29) and nipple assembly (36) on drive pump (23) by using half flanges (48), bolts (46) and washers (47) .

Illustration 4 Swing motor (top view) (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (40) Elbow

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d. Disconnect makeup line (4) from connector (2) at swing motor (1) . e. Assemble and install seals (30), tee (3), swivel elbow (40) and coupling (37) to connector (2) at swing motor (1) . f. Install seal (30) and makeup line (4) to tee (3) . g. Connect portable hydraulic tester (10) and the test hoses between nipple assembly (36) at drive pump (23) and coupling (37) at the swing motor. h. Connect 49000 kPa (7100 psi) pressure gauge (9) to pressure tap (16) for drive pump delivery pressure. i. Install multitach group (22) on engine (21). This is used to monitor engine speed.

Illustration 5 Tool setup (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (7) 6V-9508 Face seal plug (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (15) 8T-8902 Tee (18) 177-7860 Hose assembly (19) Pump regulator (20) 8T-0855 Pressure gauge (23) Drive pump

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(24) Idler pump (25) 6V-8397 O-Ring seal (27) 6V-9829 Cap (28) 3J-1907 O-Ring seal (41) 6V-3965 Fitting (43) 6V-4143 Coupler (44) Test hose (45) 6V-3989 Fitting (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

j. Disconnect negative flow control line (6) from drive pump (23). Install seal (25) and plug (7) to the end of negative flow control line (6) . k. Connect two tees (15) to the elbow at the negative flow signal pressure port of drive pump (23). Install cap (27) to tee (15) . l. Connect one end of test hose (18) to tee (15) . m. Connect the other end of test hose (18) to pressure tap (50) for the power shift pressure. n. Connect one end of test hose (44) to tee (15) . o. Connect 4900 kPa (700 psi) pressure gauge (20) to the other end of test hose (44) .

Idler Pump
NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

Illustration 6 Pump compartment (8) Pressure tap (idler pump delivery pressure) (11) Delivery line for idler pump (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (16) Pressure tap (drive pump delivery pressure) (23) Drive pump (24) Idler pump (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

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1. Position the machine on level ground. 2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release". 4. Install the following tools in accordance with the circuit diagram. Refer to Illustration 2. a. Disconnect delivery line (11) from idler pump (24) . b. Install seal (42), half flanges (48) and blocking cover (17) to the end of delivery line (11) by using bolts (46) and washers (47) . c. Assemble and install seal (42), adapter (49), seals (34), fitting (29) and nipple assembly (36) to idler pump (24) by using half flanges (48), bolts (46) and washers (47) .

Illustration 7 Swing motor (top view) (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line (40) Elbow

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d. Disconnect makeup line (4) from connector (2) at swing motor (1) . e. Assemble and install seals (30), tee (3), swivel elbow (40) and coupling (37) to connector (2) at swing motor (1) . f. Install seal (30) and makeup line (4) to tee (3) . g. Connect portable hydraulic tester (10) and the test hoses between nipple assembly (36) at idler pump (24) and coupling (37) at the swing motor. h. Connect 49000 kPa (7100 psi) pressure gauge (9) to pressure tap (8) for idler pump delivery pressure. i. Install multitach group (22) on engine (21). This is used to monitor engine speed.

Illustration 8 Tool setup (6) Negative flow control line (drive pump) (7) 6V-9508 Face seal plug (13) Negative flow control line (idler pump) (15) 8T-8902 Tee (18) 177-7860 Hose assembly (19) Pump regulator (20) 8T-0855 Pressure gauge (23) Drive pump

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(24) Idler pump (25) 6V-8397 O-Ring seal (27) 6V-9829 Cap (28) 3J-1907 O-Ring seal (41) 6V-3965 Fitting (43) 6V-4143 Coupler (44) Test hose (45) 6V-3989 Fitting (50) Pressure tap (power shift pressure)

j. Disconnect negative flow control line (13) from idler pump (24). Install seal (25) and plug (7) to the end of negative flow control line (13) . k. Connect two tees (15) to the elbow at the negative flow signal pressure port of idler pump (24). Install cap (27) to tee (15) . l. Connect one end of test hose (18) to tee (15) . m. Connect the other end of test hose (18) to pressure tap (50) for the power shift pressure. n. Connect one end of test hose (44) to tee (15) . o. Connect 4900 kPa (700 psi) pressure gauge (20) to the other end of test hose (44) .

Test
Note: Perform the test for the drive pump and the test for the idler pump one at a time.

To prevent personal injury or equipment damage from failure of the hydraulic test equipment or associated circuit components because of blocked pump flow, make sure that the test equipment valves are fully open before starting the engine.

To prevent personal injury and/or equipment damage from failed lines or components while the hydraulic test equipment is returned to the open flow position, slowly open the hydraulic test equipment valve while monitoring the pump flow. If pump flow does not increase as the valve is opened, shut the engine

off and determine what is preventing the pump from upstroking. 1. Start the engine. 2. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 3. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F).

Illustration 9 Monitor (A) Message display (B) Keypad

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(C) Up key (D) Left key (E) Down key (F) Right key (G) Cancel key (H) Set key (I) OK key (J) Menu key

4. Start Service Mode and input a fixed power shift pressure of 2350 kPa (340 psi). a. Press menu key (J) . Note: If more than thirty seconds pass between pushing the keys on the keypad, the menu mode will be cancelled and the previous display will be restored to message display (A) . b. Press down key (E) in order to highlight the second menu item "SERVICE OPTIONS" on the message display. Press OK key (I) . c. Input the password "FFF2". Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to change the position of the flashing character. Press up key (C) or press down key (E) in order to change the value of the flashing character. Press OK key (I) after the correct password is displayed. d. Press down key (E) once in order to highlight the second line on the message display. e. Press right key (F) repeatedly until "DEVICE TEST" appears on the message display. f. Press down key (E) in order to move down one line on the message display. g. Press right key (F) until the "PS PRV - FIXED" appears on the message display. h. Press down key (E) . i. Press OK key (I). The display on line 4 of the message display will now change to a numeric value. These characters represent the power shift pressure (kPa). j. Press left key (D) or right key (F) in order to increase or decrease the numeric value that is displayed on line 4 of the message display. Pressing left key (D) one time decreases the power shift pressure 10 kPa (1.5 psi). Pressing right key (F) one time increases the power shift pressure 10 kPa (1.5 psi). Note: The value for power shift pressure on the monitor may not always match the pressure reading on the pressure gauge. Adjust the value on the monitor until the desired power shift pressure is attained on the pressure gauge that is connected to the pressure tap for power shift pressure. The actual power shift pressure must be 2350 kPa (340 psi)

on the pressure gauge. Note: To prevent a change in power shift pressure during the pump flow test, do not turn the engine start switch to the OFF position. Note: Refer to Service Manual, "Engine and Pump Electronic Control System" for additional information on Service Mode.

Illustration 10 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (10) Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (22) Multitach (26) Valve

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5. Turn valve (26) on portable hydraulic tester (10) clockwise until the pump delivery pressure is 6850 kPa (1000 psi). 6. Record the negative flow rate in Table 1.

Illustration 11 Pressure/Flow characteristic curve

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Table 1 Negative Flow Control at 2350 kPa (340 psi) Drive pump Oil Temperature C (F) Idler pump Drive pump Engine Speed (rpm) Idler pump Drive pump Flow measured liter/min (US gpm) Idler pump Drive pump Flow corrected liter/min (US gpm) Idler pump

New Specification for negative flow rate liter/min (US gpm) Service limit

147 10 (38.8 2.6)

120 (31.7)

Note: Specifications for flow rates are based on an engine speed of 1800 rpm. To get more accurate test results, measured flow should be corrected with the following calculation. Table 2 Measured flow x 1800 rpm Corrected flow = Measured rpm Flow measurements must be done in pressure rise.

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Pump Control (Negative Flow) - Adjust


SMCS - 3222-025-FW

Illustration 1 Pump Compartment (29) Adjustment screw (30) Locknut (31) Adjustment screw (32) Locknut

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Note: Use the same procedure for both pumps. Use locknut (30) and adjustment screw (29) to adjust the idler pump. Use locknut (32) and adjustment screw (31) to adjust the drive pump. 1. Loosen locknut (30) . 2. Turn adjustment screw (29) until the negative flow rate is adjusted to the correct specification. Note: A clockwise adjustment of adjustment screw (29) and adjustment screw (31) decreases the flow rate. A counterclockwise adjustment increases the flow rate.

Note: A quarter turn of adjustment screw (29) and adjustment screw (31) will change the flow rate approximately 6.7 L/min (1.8 US gpm) at a system pressure of 0 to 1820 kPa (0 to 265 psi) in the first step of the pump. Note: A quarter turn of adjustment screw (29) and adjustment screw (31) will change the flow rate approximately 4.4 L/min (1.2 US gpm) at a system pressure of 1820 to 3630 kPa (265 to 525 psi) in the second step of the pump. 3. Tighten locknut (30) to a torque of 12 3 Nm (9 2 lb ft). 4. Adjust the drive pump. Use locknut (32) and adjustment screw (31) instead of locknut (30) and adjustment screw (29) to adjust the drive pump.

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Gear Pump (Pilot) - Test


SMCS - 5085-081-GT

Illustration 1 Flow meter tool layout (1) Swing motor (2) Connector at swing motor (3) 6V-9840 Swivel tee (4) Makeup line (swing motor) (6) 6V-9509 Face seal plug (7) 4C-9910 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (8) Pilot line (delivery line from the pilot pump) (9) Connector at pilot pump

(10) Pilot filter (30) 5K-9090 O-Ring seal (31) 5P-0201 Hose (32) 5P-1010 Sleeve (33) 4C-8767 Coupling (34) 7M-8485 O-Ring seal (35) 4C-6481 Coupler assembly (36) 4C-6482 Nipple assembly (37) 4I-6141 Coupling (38) 8C-9026 Adapter (39) 6K-6307 O-Ring seal (40) 6V-9854 Swivel elbow (47) 4I-6140 Coupling (48) 8C-8762 Elbow (49) 6V-8398 O-Ring seal

To prevent personal injury or equipment damage from failure of the hydraulic test equipment or associated circuit components because of blocked pump flow, make sure that the test equipment valves are fully open before starting the engine.

NOTICE
Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids. Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Caterpillar Tools and Shop Products Guide" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Caterpillar products. Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.

1. Position the machine on level ground.

2. Stop the engine. 3. Release the pressure in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Hydraulic System Pressure - Release".

Illustration 2

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Circuit diagram (1) Swing motor (2) Connector (3) Tee (4) Makeup line

(5) Main control valve (6) Plug (7) Portable hydraulic tester (8) Pilot line (9) Connector at pilot pump (10) Pilot filter (12) Engine (13) Multitach group (14) Pilot pump (40) Elbow

4. Install the following tools in accordance with the flow meter tool layout and the circuit diagram. Refer to Illustration 1 and Illustration 2. a. Install multitach group (13) on engine (12) . b. Remove pilot line (8) from connector (9) at pilot pump (14) . c. Install seal (49) and plug (6) to the end of pilot line (8) . d. Install seal (49) and elbow (48) to connector (9) at pilot pump (14) . e. Install seal (34), coupling (47), seal (34) and nipple assembly (36) to elbow (48) .

Illustration 3 Swing motor (1) Swing motor (2) Connector

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(3) Tee (4) Makeup line (40) Elbow

f. Disconnect makeup line (4) from connector (2) at swing motor (1) . g. Assemble and install seals (30), tee (3), swivel elbow (40) and coupling (37) to connector (2) at swing motor (1) . h. Connect portable hydraulic tester (7) and test hoses between nipple assembly (36) at the pilot pump and coupling (37) at the swing motor. 5. Start the engine. 6. Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "10" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test" for engine rpm settings. 7. Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55 5C (131 9F).

Illustration 4 Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (7) Portable hydraulic tester (flow meter) (13) Multitach group (16) Valve (flow meter)

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8. Turn valve (16) on portable hydraulic tester (7) clockwise until the pressure gauge on the portable hydraulic tester shows a reading of 3920 200 kPa (570 29 psi). 9. Record the pilot pump flow at 3920 200 kPa (570 29 psi) in Table 1. Table 1

Pump Flow Test Oil Temperature C (F) Engine Speed (rpm) Flow Measured liter/min (US gpm) Flow Corrected liter/min (US gpm) New Specification for Pump Flow liter/min (US gpm) Service Limit 28 (7.4) 34 2 (9.0 0.5)

Note: Specifications for pump flow are based on an engine speed of 1800 rpm. To get more accurate test results, measured flow should be corrected by the following calculation. Table 2 Measured flow x 1800 rpm Corrected flow = Measured rpm Flow measurements must be done in pressure rise.

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Specifications
SMCS - 5050

Illustration 1 Relief valve locations (A) Main relief valve (B) Boom cylinder line (head end) (C) Boom cylinder line (rod end)

(D) Stick cylinder line (head end) (E) Stick cylinder line (rod end) (F) Bucket cylinder line (head end) (G) Bucket cylinder line (rod end) (H) Swing (right) (I) Swing (left) (J) Left travel crossover relief valve for forward travel (upper valve) (K) Left travel crossover relief valve for reverse travel (lower valve) (L) Right travel crossover relief valve for forward travel (upper valve) (M) Right travel crossover relief valve for reverse travel (lower valve) (N) Pilot relief valve (O) Main control valve (P) Pilot filter (Q) Travel motor (right) (R) Travel motor (left) (S) Swing motor

Table 1 Specifications Relief Valve New Rebuilt (2) 34300 500 kPa (4950 75 psi) Torque for Locknut CHS Inspection Step Number (1)

(A) Main relief valve (B) Boom cylinder line (head end) (C) Boom cylinder line (rod end) (D) Stick cylinder line (head end) (E) Stick cylinder line (rod end) (F) Bucket cylinder line

50 10 Nm (37 7 lb ft)

115

138

36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi)

20 2 Nm (14 1 lb ft)

136 134 140

(head end) (G) Bucket cylinder line (rod end) (H) Swing relief pressure (right) (I) Swing relief pressure (left) (J) Left travel crossover relief valve (forward) (K) Left travel crossover relief valve (reverse) (L) Right travel crossover relief valve (forward) (M) Right travel crossover relief valve (reverse) (N) Pilot relief valve 4100 200 kPa (595 29 psi) 50 5 Nm (36 4 lb ft) 10 1 Nm (7 1 lb ft) 36800 1500 kPa (5340 220 psi) 90 10 Nm (70 6 lb ft) 142 147 31400 1000 kPa (4550 150 psi) 120 10 Nm (85 7 lb ft) 145 151 154 157 160

50

(P) Oil cooling system


(1) (2)

Custom Hydraulic Service (CHS) is a preventive maintenance program for the machine hydraulic system. CHS is also a valuable part of any Customer Support Agreement. Refer to Custom Hydraulic Service, SEBF8472. A New specification is the performance that can be expected for a new machine. A "Rebuild" specification is the performance that can be expected after rebuilding the components of a system.

Table 2 Cycle Times (seconds) Function Boom EXTEND Boom RETRACT Stick EXTEND Stick RETRACT Bucket EXTEND Bucket RETRACT Swing LEFT (180) 4.9 (3) Swing RIGHT (180) 208 New (1) 3.4 0.5 2.6 0.5 3.4 0.5 2.8 0.5 4.4 0.5 2.5 0.5 195 197 199 201 CHS Inspection Step Number (2) 192

Overswing LEFT Overswing RIGHT Forward travel HIGH (Left) (3 revolutions) 22.5 (3) Reverse travel HIGH (Left) (3 revolutions) 217 Forward travel LOW (Left) (3 revolutions) 34.5 (3) Reverse travel LOW (Left) (3 revolutions) Forward travel HIGH (Right) (3 revolutions) 22.5 (3) Reverse travel HIGH (Right) (3 revolutions) 218 Forward travel LOW (Right) (3 revolutions) 34.5 (3) Reverse travel LOW (Right) (3 revolutions)
(1) (2) (3)

1300 mm (51.2 inch) (3)

209

A New specification is the performance that can be expected for a new machine. Custom Hydraulic Service (CHS) is a preventive maintenance program for the machine hydraulic system. CHS is also a valuable part of any Customer Support Agreement. Refer to Custom Hydraulic Service, SEBF8472. Maximum

Table 3 Cylinder Drift Function Boom cylinder Stick cylinder Bucket cylinder
(1) (2)

New (1) 6.0 mm (0.24 inch)

CHS Inspection Step Number (2)

228 10.0 mm (0.39 inch) 10.0 mm (0.39 inch) 237

A New specification is the performance that can be expected for a new machine. Custom Hydraulic Service (CHS) is a preventive maintenance program for the machine hydraulic system. CHS is also a valuable part of any Customer Support Agreement. Refer to Custom Hydraulic Service, SEBF8472.

Table 4 Required Tools

Part Number 9U-7400 8T-0470

Description Multitach Tool Group Thermometer group

Qty 1 1 Table 5

Relief Valves Main valves Line relief valve Swing relief valve Travel crossover relief valve Pilot relief valve

Pressure change With One Turn Of Adjustment Screw 14400 kPa (2100 psi) 11000 kPa (1600 psi) 6800 kPa (985 psi) 3050 kPa (440 psi) 620 kPa (90 psi)

Note: Pressure values in Table 5 are approximate values. Use a pressure gauge for adjustment. Note: Normal operations of the engine and pumps are necessary for the pressure adjustments. If the results of the pressure adjustment are not correct, then the engine and the pump characteristic curve needs to be checked. Slow output flow from the pump is an indication of air in the hydraulic system. Make sure that no air is present in the hydraulic system. Refer to Testing And Adjusting, "Main Hydraulic Pump Air - Purge".

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