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10-1 D375A-5

STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND


MAINTENANCE STANDARD






10 STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
MAINTENANCE STANDARD



POWER TRAIN .......................................... 10- 2 PPC CONTROL PIPING DIAGRAM ........... 10-101
OVERALL DRAWING OF POWER TRAIN

WORK EQUIPMENT CONTROL ................ 10-102
UNIT ...................................................... 10- 4 HYDRAULIC TANK ..................................... 10-104
POWER TRAIN HYDRAULIC PIPING

PPC CHARGE VALVE ................................ 10-106
DRAWING ............................................. 10- 6 ACCUMULATOR ........................................ 10-109
DAMPER, UNIVERSAL JOINT ................... 10- 8 PPC LOCK VALVE ..................................... 10- 110
TORQUE CONVERTER, PTO .................... 10- 10 PPC VALVE ................................................ 10- 112
TORQUE CONVERTER VALVE ................ 10- 18 WORK EQUIPMENT CYLINDER ............... 10-122
SCAVENGING PUMP ................................ 10- 29 PISTON VALVE .......................................... 10-125
TRANSMISSION CONTROL ...................... 10- 30 QUICK DROP VALVE ................................. 10-126
TRANSMISSION ........................................ 10- 32 PIN PULLER SWITCH ................................ 10-128
TRANSMISSION ECMV ............................. 10- 44 PIN PULLER SOLENOID VALVE ............... 10-129
TRANSMISSION LUBRICATION RELIEF

BLADE CONTROL KNOB .......................... 10-131
VALVE ................................................... 10- 50 PITCH, DUAL TILT SOLENOID VALVE ..... 10-132
POWER TRAIN PUMP + LUBRICATION

WORK EQUIPMENT + PPC CHARGE

PUMP .................................................... 10- 51 PUMP ..................................................... 10-134
STEERING, BRAKE CONTROL ................. 10- 52 MAIN CONTROL VALVE ............................ 10-136
TRANSFER, BEVEL GEAR SHAFT,

CYLINDER STAY ........................................ 10-166
STEERING ............................................ 10- 55 BLADE ........................................................ 10-168
STEERING ECMV ...................................... 10- 62 RIPPER EQUIPMENT ................................ 10-174
STEERING CLUTCH, STEERING BRAKE

CAB MOUNT .............................................. 10-176
ECMV .................................................... 10- 66 CAB ............................................................. 10-177
PARKING BRAKE VALVE .......................... 10- 73 AIR CONDITIONER .................................... 10-179
SUDDEN STOPS PREVENTION VALVE .. 10- 74 ENGINE CONTROL .................................... 10-180
FINAL DRIVE ............................................. 10- 75 ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM .................... 10-181
TRACK FRAME .......................................... 10- 80 DECELERATOR POTENTIOMETER ......... 10-182
RECOIL SPRING ....................................... 10- 82 HPI ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM ............. 10-184
IDLER ......................................................... 10- 84 MONITOR SYSTEM ................................... 10-186
TRACK ROLLER ........................................ 10- 86 MONITOR PANEL ...................................... 10-188
CARRIER ROLLER .................................... 10- 87 MODE SELECTION SYSTEM .................... 10-195
TRACK ROLLER BOGIE ............................ 10- 88 ELECTRICAL DEVICE ............................... 10-200
TRACK SHOE ............................................ 10- 90 STEERING ELECTRONIC CONTROL ....... 10-202
MAIN FRAME ............................................. 10- 92 VHMS CONTROLLER ................................ 10-204
SUSPENSION ............................................ 10- 94 COMMUNICATION (ORB: ORBCOMM)

WORK EQUIPMENT HYDRAULIC PIPING

CONTROLLER/ANTENNA .................... 10- 211
DIAGRAM .............................................. 10- 97


STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
MAINTENANCE STANDARD STEERING, BRAKE CONTROL



STEERING, BRAKE CONTROL

Regarding the transmission-related description
of the operation of the PCCS lever, refer to the
Transmission Control.
PCCS: Palm Command Control System
































































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1. Brake pedal
2. Safety lever
3. PCCS lever (Steering)
4. Limit switch
5. Steering controller
6. Steering ECMV
7. Brake valve
8. Parking brake lever (From safety lever)
9. Cable
10. Rod (From brake pedal)
11. Potentiometer
Positions of lever and pedal
1: Neutral
2: Forward straight-travel
3: Reverse straight-travel
4: Left clutch OFF
5: Left clutch OFF
Left brake ON
6: Right clutch OFF
7: Right clutch OFF
Right brake ON
8: Brake RELEASE
9: Brake ON
:: Free
A: Lock

Outline
The PCCS lever (3) sends an electric signal to
the steering controller (10). After receiving it, the
steering controller (10) sends a proportional cur-
rent to the steering ECMV (6) to operate the
steering clutch and brake.
The brake pedal (1) sends an electric signal to
the steering controller (10) via the potentiometer
(11). After receiving it, the steering controller (10)
sends a proportional current to the steering
ECMV (6) to operate the brake. In this case, the
right and left brakes operate at the same time to
activate braking. The rod (5) operates the brake
via the brake valve (9) for redundant use. (Only
at the time of complete braking)
If you slightly tilt the PCCS lever (3) leftward, the
left steering clutch is partially disengaged, caus-
ing the machine to make a slow left swing.


If you completely tilt the PCCS lever (3) leftward,
the left steering clutch is turned OFF complete-
ly and the left steering brake is turned ON,
causing the machine to make a sudden left
swing.
The safety bar (2) is connected to the parking
brake lever (8) and it also serves as a parking
brake.
STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
MAINTENANCE STANDARD TRANSFER, BEVEL GEAR SHAFT, STEERING
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TRANSFER, BEVEL GEAR SHAFT, STEERING




















































1. Transmission unit
2. Input shaft
3. Steering unit
4. Breather
5. Parking brake valve
6. Left brake ECMV
7. Right brake ECMV
8. Transmission output rotation sensor
9. Filter
10. Left clutch ECMV
11. Right clutch ECMV
12. Sudden braking prevention valve


STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
MAINTENANCE STANDARD TRANSFER, BEVEL GEAR SHAFT, STEERING






Transfer Bevel Gear Pinion









































1. Input shaft
2. Drive gear (35 teeth)
3. Transmission output rotation sensor
4. Rear cover
5. Bearing gauge
6. Driven gear (33 teeth)
7. Bevel pinion (23 teeth)
8. Bevel gear (40 teeth)
Outline
The transfer bevel pinion is mounted at the rear
part inside the steering case, which receives the
power from the transmission output shaft by its
input shaft (1). The transfer consists of the drive
gear (2) and the driven gear (6) to reduce the
power speed from the input shaft (1), transferring
it to the bevel pinion (7). It is also provided with
the transmission output rotation sensor (3) to
send the pulse signal of the drive gear (2) to the
torque converter lock-up controller using an
electric signal.











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Unit: mm

No.

Check item

Criteria

Remedy

1

Backlash of transfer gear
Standard clearance Clearance limit

Adjust or replace
0.24 0.63 0.75

2

Thickness of collar between
transfer gear and bearing
Standard size Repair limit

Replace
24 23.6

3
Standard shim thickness for
bearing cage mount

2.0

Adjust



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BEVEL GEAR SHAFT, STEERING CLUTCH, BRAKE



































































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1. Clutch cage
2. Clutch housing
3. Clutch spring
4. Clutch piston
5. Torque pin
6. Clutch disc (One side: 9 sheets)
7. Clutch plate (One side: 9 sheets)
8. Spacer
9. Clutch stopper
10. Clutch hub
11. Bearing cage
12. Bevel gear (Number of teeth: 40)
13. Bevel gear shaft
14. Bevel gear shaft
15. Bearing cage
16. Pipe
17. Brake stopper
18. Brake hub
19. Brake disc (One side: 9 sheets)
20. Spacer
21. Brake plate (One side: 9 sheets)
22. Torque pin
23. Brake piston
24. Brake case
25. Brake spring
26. Brake cage
27. Sleeve
28. Output shaft
Outline
As steering clutches, wet-type, multiple disc
type, and spring-boosted types are adopted. If
you operate the PCCS lever, the controller out-
puts a proportional solenoid current to hydrauli-
ca ll y op er a t e t h e st ee r i n g E C M V w h i l e
interlocking with the brake.
As a lubrication method, forced lubrication is
adopted, which makes oil from the power train oil
cooler flow through the passage in the steering
case to the housing and cage, and up to the disc
plate.
As steering brakes, wet-type, multiple disc type,
and spring-boosted types brakes are adopted. If
you operate the brake pedal and PCCS lever,
the controller outputs a proportional solenoid
current to hydraulically operate the steering
valve ECMV while interlocking with the brake.
As a lubrication method, forced lubrication is
adopted, which makes oil from the power train oil
cooler flow through the passage in the steering
case to the housing and cage, and up to the disc
plate.
When the engine is stopping, the steering brake
is ON since the back pressure of the brake pis-
ton lowers unless you press the brake pedal.
Since the brake is released as the oil pressure in
the circuit goes up when the engine restarts, the
parking lock lever must be locked.






























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Unit: mm

No.

Check item

Criteria

Remedy



1

Thickness of brake, clutch plate
Standard size Repair limit

Replace
2.9 2.5

Distortion of brake, clutch plate
Tolerance Repair limit

Repair or replace
Less than 0.3 0.4



2

Thickness of brake, clutch disc
Standard size Repair limit

Replace
4.7 4.2

Distortion of brake, clutch
Tolerance Repair limit

Repair or replace
Less than 0.3 0.4

3

Overall assembled thickness of
brake plates and discs
Standard size Repair limit




Replace
68.4 64.7

4
Overall assembled thickness of
clutch plates and discs

68.4

65.4

5

Backlash between brake, clutch
disc and brake hub
Standard clearance Repair limit
0.17 0.52 1.0

6
Backlash between bevel gear and
pinion

0.3 0.4

0.75

Adjust or replace

7
Clearance between piston seal
ring groove and seal ring

0.5 0.8

0.8















Replace

8
Clearance between cage seal
ring groove and seal ring

0.5 0.8

0.8


9


Inside diameter of cage seal ring
contact surface

Standard
size
Tolerance

Standard
clearance

Clearance
limit
Shaft Hole

290
0.5
0.7
+0.081
0
0.5
0.781


10
Inside diameter of piston seal ring
contact surface

245
0.050
0.122
+0.046
0
0.050
0.168




11



Brake belleville spring
Standard size Repair limit

Free length
Installed
length
Installed
load

Free length
Installed
load

17.1

11.2
38.7 kN
{3,950 kg}

16.5
33.9 kN
{3,460 kg}

12

Clutch belleville spring

17.6

11.35
37.9 kN
{3,860 kg}

17.0
36.0 kN
{3,670 kg}


13


Interference between bevel gear
and reamer bolt

Standard
size
Tolerance

Standard
interference

Interference
limit
Shaft Hole

16
+0.019
+0.001
+0.027
0
0.026
0.019

0.02
14 Runout of back face of bevel gear Repair limit: 0.05 (measure after installing to bevel gear) Repair or replace

15

Preload of bevel gear shaft taper
roller bearing
Standard rotating torque: 4.9 5.9 Nm {0.5 0.6 kgm}
(At tip of bevel gear teeth with bevel pinion and gear not
meshed: 23.5 28.4 N {2.4 2.9 kg})

Adjust

16
Standard shim thickness for bear-
ing cage

2.0

Adjust shim



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STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
MAINTENANCE STANDARD STEERING ECMV



STEERING ECMV

(Electronic Control Modulation Valve)



































































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1. ECMV (For left clutch)
2. ECMV (For right clutch)
3. Sudden braking prevention valve
4. Parking brake valve
5. ECMV (For left brake)
6. ECMV (For right brake)
7. Filter
8. Valve seat
A. Left clutch operating pressure pick-up port
B. Right clutch operating pressure pick-up port
C. Left brake operating pressure pick-up port
D. Right brake operating pressure pick-up port
E. To left clutch
F. To left lubrication
G. To left brake
H. To right clutch
J. To right lubrication
K. To right brake
L. Bevel gear shaft lubrication inlet
M. To pin puller solenoid valve
N. From pin puller solenoid valve
P. From pump

















































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Outline
This machine employs four ECMV (electronic-
controlled modulation valve) on the steering con-
trol valve.
The steering control valve is provided on respec-
tive valve sheets as the assembly.
The steering control valve is situated in the cir-
cuit between the power train pump via the main
relief valve and the piston of the steering clutch
and the brake. It is configured with two pairs of
the steering ECMV (right and left) and the brake
ECMV (right and left).
Shifting the PCCS lever (steering and forward/
reverse) right or left disconnects the steering
clutch. Shifting it further turns ON the brake.
The controller sends the instruction to respective
ECMV to cause the gradual or sudden turn
whichever is designated by the operating posi-
tion of the PCCS lever (steering lever).
Depending on depth of the pedal depression, the
controller instructs ECMV to apply the right and
left brakes to stop the machine.
The controller that is electrically connected to the
PCCS lever and pedal performs above opera-
tions by switching the steering control valves
(each ECMV).
The steering control valves feed the oil from the
power train pump to the steering clutch and
brake to operate their disk clutches.
The sudden stop prevention valve disables sud-
den braking that can result when a failure is de-
tected in the electric systems.
Shifting the parking brake lever to the Lock po-
sition switches the port of the parking brake
valve, thereby draining the oil between the
ECMV for left-and-right brakes and the brake. As
the result, the machine brake is turned on.
The parking brake is also connected to the brake
pedal via the linkage.



















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STEERING CLUTCH, STEERING BRAKE ECMV

(Electronic control modulating valve)
















































A: To clutch or brake
P: From pump
T: Drain
Dr: Drain
P1: Clutch or brake pressure pick-up port
P2: Pilot pressure pick-up port
1. Fill switch connector
2. Proportional solenoid connector
3. Pressure detection valve
4. Fill switch
5. Proportional solenoid
6. Pressure control valve











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Outline of ECMV
The ECMV (Electronic Control Modulating valve)
consists of a pressure control valve and a fill
switch.
Pressure control valve
This valve allows a proportional solenoid to re-
ceive a current sent from a steering controller
and converts it to oil pressure.
Fill switch
This component detects that a clutch is filled with
oil and has the following functions.
1) When the clutch is filled with the oil, at the
same time, a signal (fill signal) is output to
the controller and transmits filling termina-
tion.
2) While oil pressure is applied to the clutch,
the signal (fill signal) is output to the control-
ler and transmits the presence of oil pres-
sure.

ECMV and Proportional Solenoid
One proportional solenoid is mounted for each
ECMV. A thrust is generated according to the
command current of the controller.
The thrust generated by the proportional sole-
noid is actuated on a pressure control valve
spool and generates oil pressure. Accordingly,
by controlling an amount of the command cur-
rent, the thrust changes and the pressure control
valve is actuated, then a flow of oil and the oil
pressure is controlled.

Operation of ECMV
The ECMV is controlled using the command cur-
rent from the controller to the proportional sole-
noid and a fill switch output signal.

ECMV for Steering Clutch and Steering
Brake

Outline
This valve sets the steering clutch oil pressure or
the steering brake oil pressure to a set pressure
and switches a circuit to the clutch chamber and
the brake chamber.












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Operation

1. In case of PCCS lever Neutral, brake pedal Released: Straight travel
(Left and right clutch ON, left and right brake Released, parking brake OFF)









































In the position of PCCS lever Neutral and brake
pedal Released, because the solenoid valve (1)
of the steering ECMV is deenergized, the sealing
portion of the ball (2) is opened.
The oil from the power train pump enters the port
Pc of the steering ECMV via the main relief valve.
The oil that entered the port Pc passes through the
orifice a and passes through the sealing portion of
the ball (2), then is drained.
The valve (3) is moved right by the tension of the
spring (4) and closes the Pc and C ports, then
opens the C and Dr ports. At this time, the oil from
the back pressure port of a clutch piston is drained
from the port C and the clutch is set to ON by the
tension of the clutch spring. The oil pressure of the
brake circuit is ensured by the orifice a.
Further, the proportional solenoid valve (5) of the
brake ECMV is energized and pushes the ball (6)
to the left direction, then closes the sealing portion.
The oil that entered the pump port Pb enters the E
port, pushes the valve (7) left, opens the Pb and B
ports, and closes the B and Dr ports. The oil that
entered the Pb port passes through the B port and
flows into the back pressure port of the brake pis-
ton. Subsequently, the piston moves to the left di-
rection waiting for the rise of the circuit oil pressure
and compresses the brake spring, then sets the
brake Released.
In the parking brake OFF, the parking brake is
closed and the oil of the brake circuit is not drained.



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2. When the PCCS lever is actuated halfway to the left: Slow swing
(Left clutch OFF, left brake Semi-released, right clutch ON, right brake Released, parking
brake OFF)

































When the PCCS lever is actuated halfway to the
left, the solenoid valve (1) of the left steering ECMV
is energized and pushes the ball (2) to the left direc-
tion, then closes the sealing portion.
The oil from the power train pump passes through
the orifice a from the port Pc and enters F. Subse-
quently, the oil pushes the valve (3) to the left and
opens the Pc and C ports, then closes the C and Dr
ports. The oil of the C port flows into the clutch pis-
ton port and becomes the back pressure, then sets
the left clutch to OFF.
Further, the proportional solenoid valve (5) of the
left ECMV is energized and pushes the ball (6) to
the left direction, then closes the sealing portion.
The oil that entered the pump port Pb enters the E
port and pushes the valve (7) to the left.
Besides, the oil pressure of the port B and later out-
puts a command current from the controller to the
proportional solenoid valve (5) in accordance with
the stroke of the PCCS lever. When the current
flows into the proportional solenoid (5), the sole-
noid generates a thrust in proportion to the current.
The sum of the thrust of this solenoid, the thrust
caused by the brake port oil pressure, and the res-
titution of the pressure control valve spring (8) is
balanced and pressure-adjusted.
Accordingly, if the stroke of the PCCS lever is
small, the oil pressure of the port B and later is also
specified high and the brake changes from Re-
leased to Semi-released. If the stroke is large,
the oil pressure is specified low and the brake
changes from Semi-released to ON.
In the parking brake OFF, the parking brake valve
is closed and the oil of the brake circuit is not
drained.



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3. When the PCCS lever is actuated fully to the left: Sudden swing
(Left clutch OFF, left brake ON, right clutch ON, right brake Released, parking brake OFF)








































When the PCCS lever is actuated fully to the left
from the state of Section 2, the proportional so-
lenoid valve (5) of the left brake ECMV is deen-
ergized and sets the ball (6) free, then opens the
sealing portion.
Because the oil of the port E passes through the
sealing portion and is drained, the valve (7) is
moved right by the tension of the spring (8).
At this time, the port Pb closes and the port B
and drain port Dr open.
The oil from the power train pump passes
through the orifice b from the port Pb and passes
through the sealing portion, then is drained. The
oil pressure of the clutch circuit is ensured by the
orifice b. On the other hand, the oil that flows into
the brake piston port and reached the back pres-
sure is drained from the port B to Dr.
The left brake is set to ON by the tension of the
brake spring.
In the parking brake OFF, the parking brake
valve is closed and the oil of the brake circuit is
not drained.




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4. In case of brake pedal Stepped on
(Clutch ON, brake ON, parking brake OFF)









































When the brake pedal is stepped on, the propor-
tional solenoid valve (5) of the left and right
brake ECMVs is deenergized from energization
by the pedal full actuation.
A command current is output from the controller
to the proportional solenoid valve (5) in accor-
dance with the actuation stroke of the brake ped-
al. When the current flows into the proportional
solenoid valve (5), the solenoid generates a
thrust that is proportional to the current. The sum
of the thrust of this solenoid, the thrust caused by
the oil pressure of the brake port, and the resti-
tution of the pressure control valve spring (8) is
balanced and oil pressure is specified, thereby
enabling adjustment of the effect of the brake.
Besides, because the PCCS lever is not actuat-
ed, the solenoid valve (1) of the left and right
steering ECMVs is deenergized and the left and
right clutches are set to ON.
Further, when the brake pedal is stepped on, the
parking brake valve linked using a linkage is ac-
tuated and drains the oil of the brake circuit.



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5. In case of parking brake ON
(Clutch ON, brake ON, PCCS lever Neutral, braking pedal Released)









































When the safety lever for the PCCS lever is set
to the position of Locked, the parking brake
valve (1) moves to the left direction and the ports
A, B, and C open. Accordingly, the oil that flows
into the brake piston port and reached the back
pressure passes through the port C from the
ports A and B and is drained. The back pressure
of the brake piston port continues decreasing
and the brake is fully set to ON, then is held in
the state.
Further, because the ports A and B continue be-
ing opened together with the drain port C even if
the engine is restarted, the state of the brake
ON is held.
In the parking brake OFF, the parking brake
valve (1) moves right and is closed between the
port A, port B, and drain port C, then the brake is
set Released by oil pressure.





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MAINTENANCE STANDARD PARKING BRAKE VALVE



PARKING BRAKE VALVE












































Unit: mm

No.

Check item

Criteria

Remedy



1


Clearance between parking brake
valve spool and valve body

Standard
size
Tolerance

Standard
clearance

Clearance
limit



Replace
Shaft Hole

14
0.020
0.030
+0.011
0
0.020
0.041

0.05


2

Sliding portion outside diameter
(spool) with dust sealing and V-
packing


14
Tolerance Repair limit

Hard chrome
plating correction
and replace
0.020
0.030

13.9



3



Parking brake valve spool spring
Standard size Repair limit



Replace
Free length
Installed
length
Installed
load

Free length
Installed
load

65

47.7
38.2 N
{3.9 kg}

63.1
36.3 N
{3.71 kg}



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STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND
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STEERING ELECTRONIC CONTROL















































1. Monitor panel (Speed range display)
2. Auto shift down switch
3. Engine controller
4. Transmission controller
5. Steering controller
6. Steering control valve
7. Transmission output shaft speed sensor
8. Transmission control valve
9. Engine speed sensor













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Shift Mode Function
1. Function
If you shift the lever to the forward or reverse,
the gear speed selected from the shift mode is
turned on.

2. Type of Modes
1) F1-R1 (Manual mode)
2) F1-R2 (Shift mode 1)
3) F2-R2 (Shift mode 2)

3. Selecting method
Shift the PCCS lever to "N".
Select the shift mode using UP or DOWN
switch.

Up switch ON Up switch ON

Manual mode Shift mode 1 Shift mode 2

Down switch ON Down switch ON

4. Display
The selected shift mode is displayed on the
monitor panel.

Auto-shift-down function
1. Function
If the load is increased while the machine is
traveling or working at the 2nd or 3rd gear
speed, the gear speed is shifted down automat-
ically.
1) The drawbar pull (load on the machine) is
calculated from the engine speed, travel
speed, and throttle information from the
steering controller, and the gear speed is
shifted down automatically according to the
load and travel speed.
2) Once the gear speed is automatically
shifted down, it is not automatically shifted
up to the former position. (Gear speed can
be shifted up with the manual switch.)
3) This function is applicable to both forward
and reverse travels.

2. How to use
Turn the auto-shift-down switch (1) ON.












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