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Service Training

Meeting Guide 714

SESV1714
March 2000

TECHNICAL PRESENTATION

D11R TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR


D11R CD CARRYDOZER
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC IMPLEMENT SYSTEMS

D11R TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR


D11R CD CARRYDOZER
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC IMPLEMENT SYSTEMS
MEETING GUIDE 714
SLIDES AND SCRIPT
AUDIENCE
Level II--Service personnel who understand the principles of machine systems operation, diagnostic
equipment, and procedures for testing and adjusting.

CONTENT
This presentation describes the operation of the electronically controlled implement systems for the
D11R Track-type Tractor and the D11R CD Carrydozer. The functions and operation of the keypad are
also covered.

OBJECTIVES
After learning the information in in this presentation, the serviceman will be able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

locate and identify all major components in the implement systems;


locate and identify all filters, drains, and test points;
explain the operation of each component in the implement systems;
trace the flow of oil through the implement hydraulic system; and
use the keypad to select the operating parameters and system features.

REFERENCES
D11R CD Track-type Tractor Service Manual (AAF 1-Up)
D11R Track-type Tractor Service Manual (7PZ 1-Up)

RENR3665
RENR2095

PREREQUISITES
Interactive Video Course "Fundamentals of Mobile Hydraulics" (CD ROM)
STMG 546 "Graphic Fluid Power Symbols"

TEMV9001
SESV1546

SUPPLEMENTARY TRAINING MATERIAL


STMG 700 "D11R CD Carrydozer--Implement Systems"
Video Tape "D11R Track-type Tractor/D11R CD Carrydozer--Introduction"
Booklet "VIDS Message Center and Keypad Operator Instruction"

SESV1700
SEVN4173
TEJB6017

Estimated Time: 2 Hours


Visuals: 42 (2 X 2) Slides
Serviceman Handouts: 17 Drawings/Charts
Form: SESV1714
Date: 3/00
2000 Caterpillar Inc.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................5
ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM ...................................................................................6
HYDRAULIC CONTROL SYSTEM ....................................................................................9
Fan Drive Hydraulic System...........................................................................................13
Electro-Hydraulic Pilot System ......................................................................................16
Bulldozer Lift Circuit......................................................................................................18
Quick-drop Valves (D11R) .............................................................................................26
Bulldozer Tilt Circuit ......................................................................................................32
Dual Tilt Valve (D11R) ...................................................................................................35
Dual Tilt Valve (Carrydozer) ..........................................................................................42
Ripper and Pilot Circuits.................................................................................................48
VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS) .......................................................54
Keypad Operation ...........................................................................................................56
Setup ...............................................................................................................................60
CONCLUSION.....................................................................................................................85
SLIDE LIST..........................................................................................................................86
SERVICEMANS HANDOUTS ..........................................................................................87

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INSTRUCTOR NOTES

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D11R TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR


D11R CD CARRYDOZER
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC IMPLEMENT SYSTEMS

2000 Caterpillar Inc.

INTRODUCTION
This presentation discusses the major design features of the implement
systems for the D11R Track-type Tractor and the D11R CD Carrydozer
(Serial Numbers AAF 1-Up and 7PZ 1-Up). The D11R and the
Carrydozer are elevated sprocket design tractors equipped with the Power
Train Electronic Control System, Finger Tip Control steering, Electronic
Implement Control, and Vital Information Display System (VIDS).
3508B engine

These machines are powered by the 3508B turbocharged and aftercooled


engine rated at 634 kW (850 hp) with a 25 percent net torque rise for
excellent lugging performance. The power from the engine is transferred
through a torque divider that provides maximum torque multiplication
during heavy loading.

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BLADE
CONTROL
HANDLE

RIPPER
CONTROL
HANDLE

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IMPLEMENT ELECTRONIC
CONTROL SYSTEM

BLADE RAISE/LOWER SENSOR


BLADE TILT SENSOR
MANUAL SELECT SWITCH
MODE SELECT SWITCH
PITCH FORWARD SWITCH
PITCH BACK SWITCH
PITCH FORWARD TRIGGER
SWITCH

VIDS ECM
POWER TRAIN ECM
ENGINE ECM
CAT ET

RIPPER RAISE/LOWER SENSOR


SHANK IN/OUT SENSOR
RIPPER AUTO STOW SWITCH
IMPLEMENT HARNESS CODE
PLUG
TORQUE CONVERTER OUTPUT
SPEED SENSOR

IMPLEMENT
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
MODULE
(ECM)

IMPLEMENT LOCKOUT SWITCH


RIGHT LIFT CYLINDER
POSITION SENSOR (CD ONLY)
LEFT LIFT CYLINDER
POSITION SENSOR ( CD ONLY)
MAIN PUMP PRESSURE
SENSOR

AUTO PITCH INDICATOR


BLADE FLOAT
SINGLE TILT (D11R ONLY)

CAT DATA LINK

OPERATING
FUNCTION
INDICATOR
PANEL

RIPPER RAISE SOLENOID


RIPPER LOWER SOLENOID
SHANK IN SOLENOID
IMPLEMENT PILOT
SHANK OUT SOLENOID
VALVE MANIFOLD
BLADE RAISE SOLENOID
BLADE LOWER SOLENOID
BLADE TILT LEFT SOLENOID
BLADE TILT RIGHT SOLENOID
IMP LOCKOUT SOLENOID

PITCH SOLENOID
SINGLE TILT SOLENOID (D11R) DUAL TILT VALVE
PITCH REGENERATE
SOLENOID VALVE (CD ONLY)

TILT PUMP PRESSURE


SENSOR
ENGINE OVERSPEED SIGNAL
(FROM ENGINE ECM)

PRESSURE COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SOLENOID VALVE

2
ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM
Electronic Control
System

The Implement Electronic Control System controls the hydraulic pilot


valves for the blade and ripper attachments. The Implement Electronic
Control Module (ECM) receives operator requests from the blade control
lever and the ripper control lever. The ECM responds by energizing the
appropriate pilot solenoid valves on the electro-hydraulic manifold. The
proportional solenoid valves control the amount of pilot oil that is sent to
the dozer or ripper control valves to shift the appropriate spools and direct
main pump oil to the head or rod end of the cylinders. The ECM controls
the blade height, blade tilt, blade pitch, ripper height, and ripper shank in
or out functions.
Certain repetitive blade and ripper tasks can be performed automatically
by the ECM. The operator selects these automatic functions through the
keypad. The automatic functions will be discussed later in this
presentation.

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4
6

3
1

7
8

Component
identification:

1. Blade control
handle
2. Blade PITCH lever

3. Mode select button

The implement control handles for the D11R and the D11R CD are not
mechanically connected to the dozer and ripper control valves. The blade
control handle and the ripper control handle are input devices to an
Electronic Control Module (ECM) located below the implement control
handle.
Moving the blade control handle (1) forward or rearward LOWERS or
RAISES the blade. Moving the handle left or right allows the blade to
TILT LEFT or TILT RIGHT. The thumb lever (2) allows the operator to
PITCH the blade forward or rearward.
The left button (3) on the blade control handle allows the operator to
activate the Automatic Modes. After the blade is loaded or the dig cycle
is complete, the first push of the left button allows the blade to PITCH to
an operator preset carry position. The carry pitch position is set through
the Vital Information Display System (VIDS) keypad. The second push
of the left button begins the SPREAD portion of the cycle. The blade will
RAISE and PITCH FORWARD automatically to the operator preset pitch
position. On the Carrydozer, the lift cylinders will also raise to
compensate for the change in pitch and lift the blade at the pre-selected
rate. The Automatic Control feature will be suspended if the operator
overrides the automatic function. The exception to this condition is Auto
Spread. Auto Spread allows the operator to temporarily PITCH or RAISE
without interrupting the Automatic Control settings.

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4. Manual select
button

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The right button (4) cancels the Automatic Mode, and the blade may be
controlled manually.
Located on the front of the blade control handle is a trigger switch (not
shown). When this switch is engaged, the blade will PITCH FORWARD
to dump the blade load. This switch performs the same function as the
thumb lever (2) when moved to the right.

5. Ripper RAISE or
LOWER lever
6. SHANK IN or OUT
lever
7. Ripper Auto Stow
switch
8. Implement lockout
switch

The ripper controls are located to the rear of the blade control handle.
Ripper RAISE and LOWER are controlled by the thumb switch (5) at the
front of the ripper control handle. The finger switch (6) allows the
operator to control SHANK IN and SHANK OUT. Pushing the button (7)
on the ripper control raises the ripper to maximum height or moves the
ripper tip to the full SHANK IN position if selected through the SET
MACH and 4:AUTOSTOW CONFIG on the VIDS keypad.
Located to the rear of the ripper controls is a lockout switch (8) that
disables the implement pilot pressure. If the implement lockout switch is
switched to the locked position, the VIDS display will read
IMPLMTS_OFF. When the operator returns the implement lockout
switch to the unlocked position, the mode will be set to MANUAL.

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IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS


D11R TRACTOR AND D11R CD CARRYDOZER

ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT VALVE
GROUP

LOGIC
VALVE

MANUAL IMPLEMENT FAN


LOWER VALVE
PUMPS

LIFT CYLINDER
POSITION SENSOR (CD)
QUICK-DROP VALVE (D11R)
DUAL TILT VALVE
PITCH REGENERATE VALVE (CD)

RIPPER
CONTROL
VALVE

FAN MOTOR AND


MAKEUP VALVE
LIFT CYLINDER
POSITION SENSOR (CD)
QUICK-DROP VALVE (D11R)

ECM'S
HYDRAULIC
TANK
FAN RETURN
FILTER

OIL COOLER AND


BYPASS VALVE
HYDRAULIC
PRESSURE
SENSORS

E/H
FILTER

IMPLEMENT
PUMP

4
HYDRAULIC CONTROL SYSTEM
Continuous flow at
minimum pressure
with controls in HOLD
Two section gear-type
pump
Pilot operated control
valves

The implement hydraulic system for the D11R and the Carrydozer is a
continuous flow design that permits minimum pressure in the system
when the implement control valves are not activated. The flow for
operation of the bulldozer and ripper is provided by a two section geartype pump (tilt and lift sections). The cooling oil for the hydraulic circuits
is provided by the fan circuit. The pilot pressure oil for the implement
system is also supplied by the fan pump.
The system components include: the implement pump, electro-hydraulic
pilot valve group, logic valve, demand control fan pumps, dozer control
valve, dual tilt control valve, pitch regenerate valve (Carrydozer only),
quick-drop valves (D11R only), and a ripper control valve. The system
components control the flow of hydraulic oil to the appropriate implement
cylinders.

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Hydraulic tank
components:
- Oil fill tube
- Manual air vent
- Hydraulic oil filters
- Sight gauge
- Tank drain
- Fan return filter

The hydraulic tank is located on the right fender just outside the operator's
compartment. The oil fill tube and cap are located on the top of the tank.
Inside the fill tube is a fine mesh screen which removes large particles of
dirt or foreign material from the oil as the tank is filled. A manual air
vent and the breaker relief valve are located near the filters. The vacuum
breaker relief valve has a pressure setting of 3.5 kPa (.5 psi) and a
pressure relief setting of 210 kPa (30 psi). Two hydraulic oil filters are
located inside the tank. Also mounted at the front of the tank is a fan
return filter, and below the right fender is an electro-hydraulic system
filter. The oil level sight gauge on the front of the tank permits an easy
check of the hydraulic system oil level. Always clean the sight gauge to
be sure the oil level is visible. Dirt and stains on the glass frequently give
the appearance of a full tank.
NOTE: The capacity of the D11R CD hydraulic system is
approximately 314 Liters (83 gal.).

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Dozer control valve

The dozer control valve is located below the operator's station on the right
side of the machine. Inside the control valve are two spools: One spool
controls blade lift and lower, and one spool controls blade tilt. The blade
lift spool and the blade tilt spool are operated by pilot oil.

Pilot operated dozer


lift spool

The pilot operated dozer lift spool has four positions: RAISE, HOLD,
LOWER, and FLOAT. The pilot operated blade tilt spool has three
positions: TILT RIGHT, HOLD, and TILT LEFT.

Pilot operated blade


tilt spool

The tilt circuit receives oil from the small (tilt) section of the pump.
When the circuit is not in use, the oil joins the large (lift) pump section oil
flow to the lift circuit. If neither circuit is in use, the dump valve opens
and sends oil flow to the tank. Both the tilt and lift circuits have load
check valves and relief valves. The lift circuit has makeup valves for both
the rod and head ends of the lift cylinders.
NOTE: When the engine rpm is low (below 800 rpm), the
transmission is in NEUTRAL, and the blade control handle is in the
HOLD position, the implement lockout solenoid is DE-ENERGIZED
by the ECM.

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2
3
1
5

Component
identification:
1. Electro-hydraulic
system filter
2. Main pump
pressure sensor
3. Tilt pump pressure
sensor
4. Hydraulic
accumulator

5. Manual implement
lower valve

The electro-hydraulic system filter (1) is located below the floor plate at
the right of the main beam. This filter keeps debris from entering the
electro-hydraulic pilot manifold.
Located to the right of the filter are the main pump pressure sensor (2)
and the tilt pump pressure sensor (3). Located to the left of the pump
pressure sensors are corresponding pressure taps where gauges may be
connected to test the pressures. Pump pressures may also be checked
through the message center of the VIDS display.
Located to the rear of the pressure sensors is the hydraulic accumulator
(4). During rapid engine deceleration, the fan pump discharge pressure
may decrease below the desired pilot pressure. The accumulator prevents
the pilot pressure from decreasing below the desired pressure.
The manual implement lower valve (5) is located below and to the rear of
the pump pressure sensors (also on the right frame). This valve allows the
operator or service technician to manually lower the implements to the
ground if the electrical system is inoperative. When the valve is manually
opened with the appropriate tool, the implement cylinders with the
highest pressure drain to the tank, and the corresponding implement is
lowered to the ground first. Then, the cylinders with the next highest
pressure are drained until all implements are lowered to the ground.

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FAN DRIVE
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
FAN PUMP CASE
FLUSHING FLOW

RADIATOR

FAN DRIVE
MOTOR

TO ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT MANIFOLD
SOLENOID
PILOT
SUPPLY
FILTER

OIL COOLER
FAN
PUMPS

TANK
OIL
COOLER
BYPASS
VALVE

SUCTION LINE

CASE DRAIN LINE

FAN RETURN
FILTER

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Fan Drive Hydraulic System
Fan pumps part of
hydraulic system

Demand control fan


system equipped with
tandem axial pumps

The demand control fan system on the D11R and the D11R CD is
considered part of the implement hydraulic system because the fan pumps
pull oil from the implement hydraulic tank and send some of the oil to the
electro-hydraulic pilot valve manifold group. Pilot oil hydraulically shifts
the blade lift and tilt spools in the dozer control valve and also shifts the
spools in the ripper control valve to control ripper lift and ripper tip.
Pilot oil from the fan pumps is also used to shift the dual tilt valve on the
D11R Tractor and the D11R CD Carrydozer. The spool in the pitch regenerate valve on the D11R CD Carrydozer is shifted with pilot pressure
oil from the demand control fan system.

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INSTRUCTOR NOTE: The following color codes will be used


throughout this presentation to identify the various pressures in the
system.
Red
Red and White Stripes
Orange
Blue
Green
Purple
Yellow

Pump supply or main system oil


Reduced pressure oil
Pilot pressure oil
Blocked oil
Suction, return or case drain oil
Nitrogen charge pressure
Moving parts or activated valve
envelopes

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Fan pumps

The tractor is equipped with two hydraulic pumps for the demand control
fan system. The tandem axial pumps are located below the floor plate on
the right rear of the engine and are driven off the flywheel housing. The
front pump is a variable displacement pump and the rear pump is a fixed
displacement pump. The system adjusts the fan speed to match the
cooling system demands based on an input signal to the engine Electronic
Control Module (ECM) from the engine coolant temperature sensor.

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ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT SYSTEM
HOLD

TO DOZER TILT SPOOL


TO DOZER LIFT SPOOL

TILT
RIPPER RIGHT/
LOWER DUMP

BLADE
RAISE

RIPPER SHANK IN

IMPLEMENT LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE
TEST
PORT

TO
FAN
MOTOR

TO RIPPER TIP SPOOL


FAN
PUMPS

TO RIPPER LIFT SPOOL

TO DOZER TILT SPOOL


TO RIPPER TIP SPOOL

SHUTTLE
VALVE
PRESSURE
REDUCING
VALVES

RIPPER SHANK OUT


RIPPER
RAISE

TILT
LEFT/
RACK
BLADE LOWER/FLOAT

FROM LOGIC
VALVE
TO DOZER LIFT SPOOL
TO DOZER TILT SPOOL

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Electro-Hydraulic Pilot System
Blade functions

The implement system for the D11R and the D11R CD is operated by
pilot oil. The fan pump supplies pilot oil to a manifold located below the
floor plate on top of the main case. This manifold includes an ON/OFF
solenoid valve that allows the implement control levers to function or
blocks the flow to the electro-hydraulic "main gallery." The manifold also
contains four proportional solenoid valves that control the amount of pilot
oil directed to the dozer control valve. This pilot oil is sent to the ends of
the tilt or lift spool and control BLADE LIFT, BLADE LOWER and
FLOAT, BLADE TILT LEFT, and BLADE TILT RIGHT.

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The ECM receives a signal from the blade control handle when the
operator requests a blade function. The ECM then sends an output signal
to the appropriate solenoid. The solenoid valve opens proportionally to
the signal received from the ECM. The higher the signal, the more the
solenoid valve opens to allow more flow to the spool. When the
automatic feature is activated by the operator, the ECM also sends output
signals to all the appropriate solenoids simultaneously, allowing the
automatic blade functions.
Ripper functions

If the tractor is equipped with a ripper, the pilot manifold is equipped with
two additional bolt-on blocks. These blocks contain four more
proportional solenoid valves that direct pilot oil to the ripper control valve
to select RIPPER RAISE, RIPPER LOWER, SHANK IN, and SHANK
OUT. When the operator requests a ripper function, the corresponding
ripper switch sends a signal to the ECM. The ECM then sends an output
signal to the appropriate solenoid on the pilot manifold, which directs
pilot oil to the appropriate spool end.
The ripper control also contains an Auto Stow button. When this button
is pushed by the operator, the ECM sends a signal that RAISES the ripper
to the maximum height and moves the shank to the full SHANK IN
position (if configured through the VIDS keypad).
NOTE: The charts in Serviceman's Handouts No. 1, 2 and 3 show
which solenoids are activated by the ECM when the operator
requests an implement movement.

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DOZER LIFT SPOOL


HOLD
LIFT RELIEF
VALVE
FROM LIFT
LIFT SECTION PUMP
LIFT SPOOL

FROM PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SIGNAL
PORT

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Bulldozer Lift Circuit
Lift spool in HOLD

The lift spool has four positions: RAISE, HOLD, LOWER, and FLOAT.
The lift spool is hydraulically operated by pilot oil from the electrohydraulic pilot valve manifold. When the valve spools in both the dozer
control valve and the ripper control valve are in the HOLD position, the
pressure of the supply oil (from both the tilt and lift sections of the pump)
through the dozer control valve is maintained at approximately 700 kPa
(100 psi). Movement of the blade control handle to the rear sends an
electrical signal to the ECM. The ECM sends an output signal to a
solenoid on the electro-hydraulic pilot valve manifold. The solenoid
valve opens and sends pilot oil to the left end of the lift spool. The spool
shifts to the right and directs oil from the large pump section to the rod
end of the lift cylinders, causing the blade to RAISE. Forward movement
of the blade control handle sends pressure oil to the head end of the lift
cylinders, causing the blade to LOWER.

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FLOAT operation

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To operate the dozer in FLOAT, the operator must "arm" the blade control
handle by pressing the float button on the Vital Information Display
System (VIDS) keypad. When the button is pressed, a light located below
the keypad illuminates, indicating the FLOAT Mode is armed. The blade
control handle must be moved to the maximum forward position to
activate FLOAT, then released to the HOLD position. The blade will then
operate in the FLOAT Mode. If no active faults are present, the message
center will display "FLOAT" when the FLOAT Mode is active. Moving
the control lever to the RAISE position or pressing the float Hot Key on
the keypad will deactivate the FLOAT Mode.
NOTE: Any ripper activation will temporarily suspend FLOAT
operation since both circuits are supplied by the same hydraulic
pump.

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DOZER CONTROL VALVE


SECTION
A-A

TILT RELIEF
VALVE

TO ROD END
TILT CYLINDER

TILT SPOOL

HOLD

TO HEAD END
TILT CYLINDER
FROM TILT SECTION PUMP
FROM PILOT MANIFOLD
FROM LIFT SECTION PUMP

LIFT RELIEF
VALVE

FROM PILOT
MANIFOLD

FROM PILOT
MANIFOLD

SHUTTLE VALVE
FROM PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SIGNAL PORT

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HOLD position

The dozer lift spool is a "closed-center" spool, and the blade tilt spool is
an "open-center" spool. In this view, both spools are in the HOLD (or
center) position. Oil from the lift pump section enters the valve and fills
the chamber in the center of the valve body. Flow from the tilt section of
the pump enters the valve body, flows around the open-center tilt spool,
and joins with the oil from the lift section in the center chamber. All the
oil around the closed-center lift spool is blocked. Because both spools are
in the HOLD position, no oil flows to or from the lift and tilt cylinders,
and the load check valves do not open.
.

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Dump valve

Shuttle valve

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The spring for the dump valve plus the pressure of the oil in the tank have
a combined force that provides a restriction to flow. When the pressure in
the center chamber increases above the spring force plus the tank oil
pressure, the dump valve will open and permit the combined flow from
the two sections of the pump to return to the tank. With both spools in the
HOLD position, the dump valve provides a constant low system pressure
which is available for instant implement response or for "feathering"
action of the controls when activated by the operator.
The shuttle valve resolves which hydraulic function (dozer raise and
lower or ripper) will provide pressure feedback to the spring chamber of
the dump valve. The shuttle valve is spring biased to the dozer lift and
lower function. The stem shifts to the right when the pressure
compensation override solenoid valve is ENERGIZED. This condition
occurs when the ripper function is requested by the operator or during an
engine overspeed condition. When the pressure compensation override
solenoid valve is DE-ENERGIZED, the spring chamber of the dump
valve is connected to the tank. Tank pressure is transmitted through
passages in the lift and lower spool that travel through the ball resolver
valve and the shuttle valve before filling the spring chamber of the dump
valve. During blade lift and lower functions, the cylinder load pressure
signal is transmitted to the ball resolver valve, through the shuttle valve,
to the spring chamber of the dump valve. The cylinder load pressure
signal is from the lift cylinder rod end during LIFT and from the cylinder
head end during LOWER or FLOAT. The ball resolver valve directs the
higher of the cylinder rod or head end pressure to the shuttle valve.
When the shuttle valve spool is moved completely to the left, pressure oil
from the center chamber cannot fill the spring chamber of the dump
valve. For this reason, only the dump valve springs plus the tank oil
pressure are limiting the pressure in the center chamber. This pressure
will remain low during the time when the lift and tilt spools are in the
HOLD position, and the ripper circuits are not activated.

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DOZER CONTROL VALVE


RAISE
TO ROD END
TILT CYLINDER

TO HEAD END
TILT CYLINDER
FROM TILT
SECTIONPUMP

FROM LIFT
SECTION PUMP
ROD END LIFT CYLINDER
HEAD END LIFT CYLINDER

FROM PILOT
MANIFOLD

FROM PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SIGNAL PORT

13
Dozer RAISE

This view of the dozer control valve shows spool movement and oil flow
when the control lever is moved to the RAISE position. Movement of the
dozer lift spool to the RAISE position opens the chamber at the left center
of the spool, which is connected to the rod end of the lift cylinders. Since
the oil around the lift spool is no longer blocked, pressure oil from the
center chamber of the valve body can open the load check valve and flow
around the lift spool to the rod end of the lift cylinders.
At the same time that pressure oil is sent to the lift cylinders, oil also
flows to the ball resolver valve. The ball resolver valve operates similarly
to a check valve. With the lift spool in the RAISE position, the ball
resolver valve permits pressure oil to flow to the shuttle valve, but blocks
flow to the head end and tank at the right end of the ball resolver valve.

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Dump valve converted


to pilot operated relief
valve

During blade RAISE, the lift cylinder rod end pressure is transmitted to
the spring chamber of the dump valve through the ball resolver and the
shuttle valve. The dump valve uses the rod end cylinder pressure
combined with the spring to move the dump valve to the right until the
supply pressure is 700 kPa (100 psi) above the cylinder pressure. If the
pressure in the dump valve spring chamber reaches 24135 kPa (3500 psi)
for the Carrydozer or 22750 kPa (3300 psi) for the D11R Tractor due to
cylinder load, the relief valve will open and allow the spring chamber oil
to drain to the tank. When oil is allowed to drain from the dump valve
spring chamber, the dump valve moves to the left and allows pump flow
to pass around the dump valve to the tank. This operation prevents the
system pressure from exceeding 24135 kPa (3500 psi) for the Carrydozer
or 22750 kPa (3300 psi) for the D11R Tractor during blade RAISE or
LOWER.

Blade "feathering"

An additional condition can exist during dozer operation which is referred


to as "feathering the blade." If the operator moves the control handle a
small distance to gradually raise the blade, flow to the cylinders goes
through the throttling slots in the lift spool. Flow through the throttling
slots can create the same effect as an orifice by restricting the flow of oil
to the lift cylinders. This restriction to flow causes a pressure difference
between the oil in the center chamber of the valve body (system pressure)
and the oil transmitted to the spring chamber of the dump valve (cylinder
pressure). If the pressure difference is greater than the spring force, the
dump valve will open and permit some of the pump flow to return to the
tank at the same time that oil flows to the lift cylinders.

Load check valve


prevents drift

The load check valve is used to prevent reverse oil flow from the
cylinders which can cause "cylinder drift."

FLOAT position

When the lift spool is in the FLOAT position, the load check valve is
open. The supply oil in the center chamber goes through the open load
check valve to the head end of the lift cylinders. The center chamber is
also open to the tank. The weight of the blade is the force that moves the
dozer down. The oil from the rod end of the lift cylinders is also open to
the tank when the lift spool is in the FLOAT position. When an outside
force moves the blade up, the pressure of the oil in the rod end of the lift
cylinders decreases as the rods retract. The pressure of the oil in the rod
end circuit is less than the pressure in the head end circuit. The higher
pressure in the head end circuit opens a makeup valve to fill the rod end
circuit as needed.

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DOZER LIFT SPOOL


HOLD

DUMP VALVE
LIFT RELIEF
VALVE

FROM LIFT
SECTION PUMP
LIFT SPOOL

FROM PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SIGNAL PORT

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Dump valve has four
functions:
1. Release pump flow
with levers in HOLD
2. Pressure
compensation valve
for pump

The dump valve in the dozer control valve has four different functions in
the dozer lift and ripper circuits.
When the blade lift and ripper control spools are in the HOLD position,
the pressure in the spring chamber of the dump valve is the same as tank
pressure plus 700 kPa (100 psi), which is the value of the spring. During
blade RAISE or LOWER, the pressure in the spring chamber of the dump
valve is the same as the pressure in either the head end or rod end of the
lift cylinders. This pressure is felt through the ball resolver valve and the
shuttle valve. With the cylinder pressure plus the spring force behind the
dump valve, the supply pressure will be raised to a level of 700 kPa
(100 psi) above the cylinder pressure. Flow control and fine modulation
are possible because of the constant 700 kPa (100 psi) pressure behind the
dump valve.

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3. Flow control

When the ripper control spools are activated, pilot oil (from the pressure
compensation override solenoid valve controlled by the implement ECM)
is sent to the left end of the shuttle valve and moves the shuttle valve to
the right. When the shuttle valve is moved, supply oil fills the spring
chamber behind the dump valve. The relief valve and the dump valve
now function as the pressure limiter for the ripper circuit. Because oil
from the tilt pump section goes to both a passage in the dozer control
valve and to the ripper control valve, the pressure of the oil is always the
same in both places.

4. Relief valve for


main system
operation

When the lift spool is in the RAISE or LOWER position, cylinder


pressure is transmitted to the spring chamber of the dump valve through
the ball resolver valve and the shuttle valve. A pressure relief valve is
located in the dump valve spring chamber. This valve will lift off its seat
and allow the spring chamber oil to drain when the pressure in the spring
chamber reaches 24135 kPa (3500 psi) for the Carrydozer and 22750 kPa
(3300 psi) for the D11R Tractor. When the relief valve opens, an
imbalance exists between the pressure in the center chamber and a
combination of the dump valve spring and the pressure in the spring
chamber. A balance is achieved when the dump valve shifts to the left
allowing oil in the center chamber to drain until the pressure in the center
chamber is equal to the dump valve spring plus the spring chamber
pressure. This method of controlling maximum system pressure is called
a "pilot operated relief valve."

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D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE


RAISE
ROD END OIL

HEAD END OIL

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Quick-drop Valves (D11R)
Quick-drop valve in
RAISE position

All flow to and from the blade lift cylinders must go through the quickdrop valves that are installed on top of each cylinder. The primary
function of the quick-drop valve is to allow rapid blade lower without
voiding the head end of the lift cylinders. Minimizing the amount of
cylinder voiding reduces the time delay that can occur when a rapid blade
lower is followed by an operator request for blade down pressure. The
quick-drop valve is activated when a sufficient pressure difference occurs
between the cylinder rod end oil and the oil in the spring cavity. This
pressure difference is caused by rod end oil flow through an orifice in the
quick-drop valve. The quick-drop valve is de-activated by high pressure
in the head end felt through a slot in the spool. The quick-drop valves
help control four functions of the bulldozer: RAISE, LOWER at slow
speeds, rapid LOWER, and LOWER with down pressure.

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When the blade control handle is moved to the RAISE position, supply oil
enters the quick-drop valve through an inlet passage and an orifice, flows
through a sleeve, and is directed to the rod end of the lift cylinder. A
small amount of oil passes through another orifice and fills the spring
chamber behind the plunger. The pressure of this oil adds to the force of
the spring, which pushes the valve against the sleeve. This condition
causes all the oil entering the quick-drop valve to be directed to the rod
end of the lift cylinders and all the oil from the head end of the lift
cylinders to return to the tank.

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D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE


LOWER
ROD END OIL

HEAD END OIL

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Quick-drop valve in
LOWER

When the blade control handle is at less than approximately 75% of full
lever travel, the lowering of the blade is controlled or modulated. The
flow of oil that can pass through the control valve lift spool at any given
position is a function of the pressure difference across the spool and the
temperature of the oil. As stated earlier, the quick-drop valve is activated
by high lift cylinder rod end oil flow in combination with low lift cylinder
head end pressure. For this reason, the actual control handle position
when the quick-drop valve is actuated can vary based on oil temperature
and the blade weight, which determine the rod end oil pressure.

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When the blade control handle is moved to the LOWER position, supply
oil enters the quick-drop valve through a port and flows to the head end of
the lift cylinders. The oil being pushed from the rod end of the cylinders
returns through the control valve to the tank. Because of the weight of the
blade and the resistance to flow, the pressure of the rod end oil may be
higher than the head end oil. The flow of oil through the orifice is not
high enough to create a large pressure difference between the oil in the
port and the oil behind the plunger. The spring holds the valve against the
sleeve and all the oil leaving the rod end of the lift cylinder returns
through the control valve to the hydraulic tank.

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D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE


QUICK-DROP
ROD END OIL

HEAD END OIL

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Quick-drop LOWER

When the blade control handle exceeds approximately 75% of lever travel
and the cylinder head end pressure is low, the quick-drop valve is
activated and the blade drops very rapidly.
The oil flow for a quick-drop is the same as slow lower except that some
of the oil leaving the rod end of the lift cylinder is directed into the head
end of the cylinder. When the flow of oil through the orifice creates
enough pressure differential between the port and the plunger spring
chamber, the valve and plunger shift to the left and permit oil leaving the
rod end to be added to the supply oil filling the head end of the lift
cylinders. As stated earlier, during a rapid blade drop, the rod end
pressure will be higher than the head end pressure due to the blade weight.
The resulting pressure differential and valve movement allow the rod end
oil to flow to the head end of the cylinder and minimize cylinder voiding.

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D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE


LOWER WITH DOWN PRESSURE
ROD END OIL

HEAD END OIL

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LOWER with down
pressure

When down pressure must be applied to the blade, the operator moves the
blade control handle to the LOWER position. Pressure oil from the dozer
control valve is sent to the head end of the lift cylinders. At the same
time, oil fills the chamber at the left end of valve spool. As the head end
pressure and resistance to downward movement increase, pressure in the
chamber at the left end of the valve spool moves the plunger to the left
against the force of the spring and moves the valve spool completely to
the right. All the pressure oil from the dozer control valve is then sent to
the head end of the lift cylinders. All the rod end oil is returned through
the dozer control valve to the tank.

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LOAD CHECK VALVE

DOZER TILT SPOOL


HOLD
SECTION A-A

TILT RIGHT

TILT LEFT
FROM PUMP
TILT SECTION
FROM PILOT
MANIFOLD
FROM PUMP
LIFT SECTION

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Bulldozer Tilt Circuit
Tilt spool in HOLD

The tilt spool has three positions: TILT RIGHT, HOLD, and TILT LEFT.
The tilt spool is hydraulically operated by pilot pressure from a pilot valve
group which is controlled by the ECM. In the HOLD position, the oil
from the tilt pump section goes around the tilt spool and joins the oil from
the lift pump section. The oil then opens the dump valve and returns to
the tank.

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LOAD CHECK VALVE

DOZER TILT SPOOL


TILT RIGHT
SECTION A-A

TILT RIGHT
A

TILT LEFT

FROM PUMP
TILT SECTION

FROM PUMP
LIFT SECTION

FROM ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT VALVE MANIFOLD

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Pilot oil moves tilt
spool to right

Movement of the blade control handle to the right sends an electrical


signal to the ECM. The ECM then sends an output signal to a
proportional solenoid on the electro-hydraulic pilot valve manifold. As
the solenoid valve opens, pilot oil flows to the left end of the tilt spool.
The pilot oil pressure moves the spool to the TILT RIGHT position.

Load check valve


opens

In the TILT RIGHT position, the oil from the tilt section of the pump
cannot combine with the oil from the lift section, and the pressure of the
oil increases. The increased pressure opens the load check valve. Before
the start of flow to the left tilt cylinder, oil passes through a small hole in
the tilt relief valve and fills the large spring chamber between the relief
spool and the poppet. This condition raises the pressure setting of the tilt
relief valve. As the tilt spool moves farther, the pump flow is sent to the
left tilt cylinder, and the supply pressure increases due to the load.

Oil to tilt cylinder


retracts rod

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The D11R CD is equipped only with dual tilt. In the TILT RIGHT
position, pump oil is sent to the head end of the left tilt cylinder, which
pushes oil to the rod end of the right tilt cylinder. Handle movement to
the left sends pilot pressure oil to the right end of the spool. The spool
moves to the left, sending tilt pump oil to the right tilt cylinder, and the
blade tilts left. When the blade control handle is released from either the
TILT RIGHT or TILT LEFT position, springs return the tilt spool to the
HOLD position.
When the blade control handle is released, the pilot oil at the left end of
the tilt spool is drained. The spring at the right end of the tilt spool moves
the spool to the HOLD position. In the HOLD position, the oil in the
head and rod ends of the tilt cylinders is blocked. The tilt angle of the
blade will not change until the blade control handle is moved.
To summarize, with the tilt spool in the TILT RIGHT position, flow from
the tilt section of the pump does not combine with flow from the lift
section. Pilot oil at the left end of the tilt spool moves the spool to the
right. Flow from the tilt section of the pump goes around the tilt spool
and is sent to the head end of the left tilt cylinder.
Tilt circuit relief valve

Because the tilt section flow cannot combine with the oil in the center
chamber, the dump valve for the dozer lift circuit does not control the tilt
circuit pressure. Instead, the tilt relief valve (at the top of the valve body)
is used to limit the pressure in the tilt circuit. When the tilt cylinder
pressure increases to 24825 kPa (3600 psi) for the Carrydozer or
24300 kPa (3500 psi) for the D11R, the pilot valve for tilt relief will open
and drain the spring chamber behind the valve spool. This condition
permits the valve spool to open and limit the pressure in the tilt circuit.

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D11R DUAL TILT VALVE


HOLD

TO ROD END

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD


S2

S1

TO HEAD END

TILT
CYLINDERS

FROM BLADE
TILT VALVE

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Dual Tilt Valve (D11R)
Dual tilt valve has
three modes:
- Dual tilt
- Single tilt

Solenoid valve
contains two
positioning coils
Toggle switch
activates S2 coil
Trigger switch
activates S1 coil

The dual tilt valve (standard on the D11R) provides the blade tilt circuit
with three different modes of operation: DUAL TILT, SINGLE TILT, and
BLADE PITCH. The control valve is located between the radiator grill
doors and the radiator on the left side of the machine. The valve is
activated by pilot oil pressure from a line connected to a T-fitting at the
accumulator. The dual tilt valve contains a spring centered, hydraulically
actuated spool valve and an electrically energized solenoid valve.
The solenoid valve contains two coils and has three different positions.
When neither solenoid coil is energized, the system operates in the DUAL
TILT Mode. When the SNGL TILT key is pressed on the VIDS keypad,
the S2 coil in the solenoid valve is energized, and the system operates in
the SINGLE TILT Mode. When the trigger switch on the blade control
handle is depressed, the system energizes the S1 coil in the solenoid and
activates the BLADE PITCH Mode.

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The S1 solenoid is also energized if the operator pitches (or racks) the
blade with the thumb switch located at the top rear of the blade control
handle. The appropriate solenoids are energized if the automatic
functions of the dozing cycles are selected by the operator through the
VIDS keypad.
Both the left and right tilt cylinder pistons contain bypass valves. These
valves allow the completion of the tilt operation. When one of the
cylinders reaches the end of its travel, the oil goes through the bypass
valve to continue filling the other cylinder. The bypass valve opens when
the cylinder reaches the end of the stroke and allows oil to flow from one
end of the cylinder to the other cylinder.
NOTE: During a TILT function, the single tilt solenoid (S2) is
ENERGIZED only when the SNGL TILT Hot Key is activated.

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D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT


DUAL TILT RIGHT
FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

TO ROD END
LEFT TILT
CYLINDER
RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE

TO HEAD END

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH


FROM TOGGLE SWITCH

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Dual tilt operation

DUAL TILT RIGHT

Cylinders move in
opposite directions

The default position of the dual tilt valve is DUAL TILT. In the DUAL
TILT mode, pilot oil flow is blocked at the solenoid valve and the dual tilt
directional spool remains centered by the spring force.
When the operator moves the blade control handle to the TILT RIGHT
position, pump oil from the dozer control valve tilt circuit is sent to the
head end of the left tilt cylinder. This condition causes oil from the rod
end of the left tilt cylinder to be forced through the dual tilt control valve.
The oil travels around the spool and is directed to the rod end of the right
tilt cylinder. As the right tilt cylinder retracts, the oil in the head end of
the cylinder is directed back through the dual tilt control valve and the
dozer tilt control valve to the tank. Movement of the tilt cylinders in
opposite directions causes the blade to tilt.

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This action of the dual tilt cylinders causes the blade to tilt to the right.
When the control lever is released, the oil is blocked at the control valve,
and the blade remains tilted to the right until the control lever is moved
again.
Bypass valve
provides full
retraction for
maximum blade tilt

The bypass valve in the left tilt cylinder piston allows oil to continue
flowing to the right cylinder after the rod is fully extended from the left
cylinder. The bypass valve allows oil to continue to flow to the right tilt
cylinder rod end and provides full retraction for maximum blade tilt.

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D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT


SINGLE TILT RIGHT
FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

TO ROD END
LEFT TILT
CYLINDER
RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE

TO HEAD END

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH


FROM KEYPAD

23
Toggle switch
energizes S2 coil

To change from the DUAL TILT to the SINGLE TILT Mode, the SNGL
TILT key on the VIDS keypad is pressed. The SNGL TILT function is
selected and the S2 coil in the solenoid valve is energized. The valve
allows pilot oil from the solenoid valve to flow to the upper end of the
directional spool and opens the lower end of the spool to drain. The
directional spool moves down against the spring force to the SINGLE
TILT position. In this condition, only the left tilt cylinder will extend or
retract to change the position of the blade.

SINGLE TILT RIGHT

When the operator moves the blade control handle to the SINGLE TILT
RIGHT position, supply oil is sent to the head end of the left tilt cylinder.
The rod extends forcing oil from the rod end to the tank. In the SINGLE
TILT mode, the directional spool blocks oil to and from the right tilt
cylinder to keep it stationary. The right tilt cylinder then functions as a
brace.
When the control handle is released, the oil is blocked at the control valve,
and the blade remains tilted to the right until the control handle is moved
again.

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D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT


BLADE PITCH FORWARD

FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

TO ROD END
LEFT TILT
CYLINDER
RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

TO HEAD END

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE
FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH


FROM KEYPAD

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Trigger switch
energizes S1 coil

To change the blade pitch, the trigger switch on the blade control handle is
depressed, the thumb switch is pushed to the right, or the left mode button
is pressed for the Auto Blade Assist (ABA) feature. To PITCH the blade,
the S1 coil in the solenoid valve is energized. The solenoid valve directs
pilot oil to the lower end of the directional spool and opens the upper end
of the spool to drain. The valve spool then shifts up against the spring
force to the BLADE PITCH Mode.

BLADE PITCH
FORWARD

For BLADE PITCH FORWARD, flow from the dozer tilt circuit is sent to
the head end of the left tilt cylinder. As the cylinder extends, oil from the
rod end is pushed through the dual tilt valve to the head end of the right
tilt cylinder. The oil in the rod end of the right tilt cylinder is pushed back
through the dual tilt valve to the hydraulic tank. As both tilt cylinders
extend, the blade pitches forward. The cylinder extension rate is not the
same between the left and right tilt cylinders. This difference is caused by
the unequal volume of oil entering the two cylinder head ends. The
volume of oil being pushed from the left cylinder rod end is used to
extend the right tilt cylinder.

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The left rod end displaces a volume equivalent to the volume entering the
left head end of the cylinder minus the cylinder rod volume.
Since the right tilt cylinder head end receives oil from the rod end of the
left cylinder, the right cylinder will extend at a slower rate than the left
cylinder.
When the blade control handle is released, the oil is blocked at the control
valve and the blade remains pitched forward until the control lever is
moved again.
BLADE PITCH has
priority

One additional characteristic of the BLADE PITCH mode is that it has


priority over the SNGL TILT mode.

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DUAL TILT SOLENOID VALVE


TO ROD END

HOLD
FROM
ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

S1

PITCH REGENERATE
VALVE

TILT
CYLINDERS

FROM FAN
PUMP

FROM BLADE
TILT VALVE

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Dual Tilt Valve (Carrydozer)
Dual tilt valve has two
modes:
- TILT LEFT or RIGHT
- DUMP or RACK
BACK
Solenoid valve has
two positions

Thumb switch
activates S1 coil
Trigger switch
activates S1 coil

The dual tilt solenoid valve provides the blade tilt circuit with two
different modes of operation: DUAL TILT (LEFT or RIGHT) and PITCH
(FORWARD or BACK). The control valve is located between the
radiator grill doors and the radiator on the left side of the machine. The
valve is activated by pilot oil pressure supplied by the fan circuit through
a line connected to a T-fitting at the accumulator. The dual tilt valve
contains a spring centered, hydraulically actuated spool valve and an
electrically energized solenoid valve.
Although both solenoid coils are installed, only one coil (S1) is used in
the carrydozer application. When the S1 coil is DE-ENERGIZED, the
system operates in the DUAL TILT Mode. When the trigger switch on
the blade control handle is depressed, or the thumb switch is moved to the
right, the system energizes the S1 coil in the solenoid and activates the
BLADE PITCH Mode. When the thumb switch on the blade control
handle is moved to the left, the S1 coil in the solenoid valve is

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The solenoid on the pitch regenerate valve is also ENERGIZED when the
BLADE PITCH Mode is selected. In the PITCH FORWARD Mode, rod
end oil from the right tilt cylinder combines with head end oil at the pitch
regenerate valve to allow the tilt cylinders to dump faster. The cylinders
dump evenly because the left rod end area is equal to the right head end
area.
Tilt cylinders contain
bypass valves

Both the left and right tilt cylinder pistons contain bypass valves. These
valves allow the completion of the tilt operation. When one of the
cylinders reaches the end of its travel, the oil flows through the bypass
valve to continue filling the other cylinder.

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DUAL TILT CIRCUIT


TILT RIGHT

PITCH
REGENERATE
VALVE

TO ROD END
LEFT TILT
CYLINDER
RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

TO HEAD END

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

TO/FROM DOZER
TILT VALVE

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

26
Dual tilt operation

TILT RIGHT

Cylinders move in
opposite directions

The DUAL TILT feature is standard equipment on the Carrydozer. In the


DUAL TILT Mode, oil flow is blocked at the solenoid valve and the dual
tilt directional spool remains centered by the spring force. Movement of
the tilt cylinders in opposite directions causes the blade to tilt.
When the operator moves the blade control handle to the TILT RIGHT
position, supply oil from the dozer control valve tilt circuit is sent to the
head end of the left tilt cylinder. This condition causes oil from the rod
end of the left tilt cylinder to be forced through the dual tilt control valve.
The oil travels around the spool and is directed to the rod end of the right
tilt cylinder. As the right tilt cylinder retracts, the oil in the head end of
the cylinder is directed back through the dual tilt control valve and the
dozer tilt control valve to the tank.
This action of the tilt cylinders causes the blade to tilt to the right. When
the control handle is released, the oil is blocked at the control valve, and
the blade remains tilted to the right until the control handle is moved
again.

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Bypass valve
provides full
retraction for
maximum blade tilt

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The bypass valve in the left tilt cylinder piston allows oil to continue
flowing to the right cylinder after the rod is fully extended from the left
cylinder. The bypass valve allows oil to continue to flow to the right tilt
cylinder rod end and provides full retraction for maximum blade tilt.
Maximum blade tilting is limited on the Carrydozer by the lift cylinder
position sensors. Limiting the tilt function prevents the blade push arms
from interfering with the tracks. The long stroke of the tilt cylinders on
the Carrydozer makes limiting the blade tilt function necessary.

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DUAL TILT CIRCUIT


PITCH FORWARD

PITCH
REGENERATE
VALVE

TO ROD END
LEFT TILT
CYLINDER
RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

TO HEAD END

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC
MANIFOLD

TO/FROM DOZER
TILT VALVE

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

27
Trigger switch
energizes S1 coil

To pitch the blade FORWARD, the trigger switch on the blade control
handle is depressed, or the thumb lever is pushed to the right, and the S1
coil in the solenoid valve is ENERGIZED. The solenoid valve directs
pilot oil to the lower end of the directional spool and opens the upper end
of the spool to drain. The valve spool then shifts up against the spring
force to PITCH FORWARD.

Blade PITCH
FORWARD

For PITCH FORWARD, flow from the dozer tilt circuit is sent to the head
end of the left tilt cylinder. As the cylinder extends, oil from the rod end
is pushed through the dual tilt valve to the head end of the right tilt
cylinder. The oil in the rod end of the right tilt cylinder is pushed back
through the dual tilt valve. When the trigger switch is depressed for
PITCH FORWARD, the pitch regenerate valve located below the dual tilt
valve is also activated. The pitch regenerate valve provides regenerative
flow to prevent cylinder voiding and allows the right cylinder rod end oil
to be directed to the head end of the cylinders. This condition allows both
cylinders to extend at the same rate. As both tilt cylinders extend, the
blade pitches forward.

Pitch regenerate valve

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As stated earlier, both cylinders extend at the same rate because the rod
end area of the left tilt cylinder is equal to the head end area of the right
tilt cylinder.
Thumb lever left
allows PITCH BACK

When the trigger switch is released, the oil is blocked at the control valve
and the blade remains pitched forward until the thumb lever is moved to
the left or PITCH BACK Mode.

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Ripper and Pilot Circuits


Ripper control valve

The ripper control valve has two spools (lift and tip), two makeup valves
(one for the head end of the ripper lift cylinders and one for the rod end of
the ripper tip cylinders), and a load check valve. The ripper lift spool is
operated with pilot oil pressure and has three positions: RAISE, HOLD,
and LOWER. The ripper tip spool is operated by pilot oil pressure and
also has three positions: SHANK IN, HOLD, and SHANK OUT.
Movement of the thumb lever on the ripper control handle causes the
ripper to RAISE or LOWER. Moving the finger lever on the ripper
control lever selects SHANK IN or SHANK OUT. The button on the
ripper control handle activates the Auto Stow feature.

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RIPPER IN

RIPPER
LOWER

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS


RAISE

FAN PUMPS

IMPLEMENT
PUMP

RIPPER RIPPER TILT


RAISE LEFT/
OUT
RACK

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT

TO PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SOLENOID
VALVE

TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

MAKEUP
VALVE
LOAD CHECK
VALVE

LIFT
CYLINDERS

RIPPER IN/OUT
SPOOL
RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

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RIPPER RAISE

When the operator requests the RIPPER RAISE function, an electrical


signal from the ripper thumb switch is sent to the ECM. The ECM sends
an output signal to the ripper raise solenoid on the pilot manifold. The
solenoid valve opens, sending pilot oil to the upper end of the ripper lift
spool.
At a synchronized time, the ECM sends a signal to energize the pressure
compensated override solenoid valve. The pressure compensated override
solenoid valve directs pilot oil to the shuttle valve in the dozer control
valve. The shuttle valve shifts to the right and allows oil from the center
chamber to fill the spring chamber of the dump valve, which now
functions as the relief valve for the ripper circuit. When the shuttle valve
is shifted, the oil from the implement pump is directed to the load check
valve in the ripper control valve. The increased pressure opens the load
check valve and allows oil to flow to the rod end of the ripper lift
cylinders to RAISE the ripper.

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The ripper functions are electronically prioritized so ripper LIFT has


priority over ripper SHANK IN/OUT if they are requested
simultaneously. All ripper functions have priority over blade FLOAT.

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RIPPER IN

RIPPER
LOWER

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS


LOWER

FAN PUMPS

IMPLEMENT
PUMP
RIPPER RIPPER TILT
OUT RAISE LEFT/
RACK

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT
TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

MAKEUP
VALVE

LIFT
CYLINDERS

LOAD CHECK
VALVE

RIPPER IN/OUT
SPOOL

RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

TO PRESSURE COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SOLENOID VALVE

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RIPPER LOWER

When the operator requests the RIPPER LOWER function, an electrical


signal from the ripper thumb switch is sent to the ECM. The ECM sends
an output signal to the ripper lower solenoid on the pilot manifold. The
solenoid valve opens, sending pilot oil to the lower end of the ripper lift
spool.
At a synchronized time, the ECM sends a signal to energize the pressure
compensated override solenoid valve. The pressure compensated override
solenoid valve directs pilot oil to the shuttle valve in the dozer control
valve. The shuttle valve shifts to the right and allows oil to fill the spring
chamber of the dump valve, which now functions as the relief valve for
the ripper circuit. When the shuttle valve is shifted, the oil from the
implement pump is directed to the load check valve in the ripper control
valve. The increased pressure opens the load check valve and allows oil
to flow to the head end of the ripper lift cylinders to LOWER the ripper.
If, due to the ripper weight, the ripper drops faster than the pump can
provide flow to the cylinder, the makeup valve opens and allows drain oil
to fill the head end of the cylinders to prevent cylinder voiding.

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RIPPER
RIPPER OUT LOWER

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS


SHANK IN

FAN PUMPS
TO PRESURE
COMPENSATION
SOLENOID
VALVE

IMPLEMENT
PUMP
RIPPER RIPPER TILT
IN
RAISE LEFT/
RACK

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT
TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

MAKEUP
VALVE

LIFT
CYLINDERS

LOAD CHECK
VALVE

RIPPER IN/OUT
SPOOL

RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

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SHANK IN

When the operator requests the ripper SHANK IN function, an electrical


signal from the ripper finger lever is sent to the ECM. The ECM sends an
output signal to the ripper in solenoid on the pilot manifold. The solenoid
valve opens, sending pilot oil to the lower end of the ripper tip spool.
At a synchronized time, the ECM sends a signal to energize the pressure
compensated override solenoid valve. The pressure compensated override
solenoid valve directs pilot oil to the shuttle valve in the dozer control
valve. The shuttle valve shifts to the right and allows oil to fill the spring
chamber of the dump valve, which now functions as the relief valve for
the ripper circuit. When the shuttle valve is shifted, the oil from the
implement pump is directed to the load check valve in the ripper control
valve. The increased pressure opens the load check valve and allows oil
to flow to the head end of the ripper tip cylinders to allow the ripper tip to
move toward the machine.

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RIPPER
RIPPER OUT LOWER

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS


SHANK OUT

FAN PUMPS
TO PRESURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE
SOLENOID
VALVE

IMPLEMENT
PUMP
RIPPER RIPPER TILT
IN
RAISE LEFT/
RACK

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT
TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

MAKEUP
VALVE

LIFT
CYLINDERS

LOAD CHECK
VALVE

RIPPER IN/OUT
SPOOL

RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

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Shank out

When the operator requests the ripper SHANK OUT function, an


electrical signal from the ripper finger lever is sent to the ECM. The
ECM sends an output signal to the ripper tip solenoid on the pilot
manifold. The solenoid valve opens, sending pilot oil to the upper end of
the ripper tip spool.
At a synchronized time, the ECM sends a signal to energize the pressure
compensated override solenoid valve. The pressure compensated override
solenoid valve directs pilot oil to the shuttle valve in the dozer control
valve. The shuttle valve shifts to the right and allows oil to fill the spring
chamber of the dump valve, which now functions as the relief valve for
the ripper circuit. When the shuttle valve is shifted, the oil from the
implement pump is directed to the load check valve in the ripper control
valve. The increased pressure opens the load check valve and allows oil
to flow to the head end of the ripper lift cylinders to LOWER the ripper.
If, due to machine movement, the ripper tip extends faster than the pump
can provide flow to the cylinders, the makeup valve opens and allows
drain oil to fill the rod end of the cylinders to prevent cylinder voiding.

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VITAL INFORMATION
DISPLAY SYSTEM

BATTERY
POWER TRAIN FILTER
BYPASS SWITCH

SPI

POWER TRAIN OIL


TEMERATURE SENSOR

SPI

SPEEDOMETER/TACOMETER

QUAD GAUGE

HYDRAULIC OIL
TEMERATURE SENSOR

ELECTO-HYDRAULIC
FILTER BYPASS SWITCH

CAT DATA LINK

VIDS
(ECM)

FRONT ACTION LAMP

ACTION ALARM

FAN RETURN FILTER


BYPASS SWITCH

REAR ACTION LAMP


KEY START SWITCH

SPI

MESSAGE CENTER

KEYPAD INPUT
8V SENSOR SUPPLY
FUEL LEVEL SENSOR

12V INSTRUMENT SUPPLY

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)
Vital Information
Display System

The Vital Information Display System (VIDS) continuously monitors the


machine systems. VIDS contains both software and hardware
components. The hardware components consist of the VIDS ECM, a
keypad, quad gauge, speedometer/tachometer, message center, and
various switches, sensors, lamps and alarms.
The VIDS components communicate with each other, with other
electronic controls on the machine, and with systems off the machine
through Data Links. VIDS uses the following Data Links:
CAT Data Link: This two wire Data Link allows communication between
the VIDS ECM and any other machine control system.
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Data Link: This four wire Data Link
allows communication between the VIDS ECM and all display
components.

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INSTRUCTOR NOTE: At this time, it is recommended that each


student be provided with a copy of the booklet "VIDS Message
Center and Keypad Operator Instruction" (Form TEJB6017). The
use of this booklet with the visuals that follow will enhance the ability
of the students to perform the various keypad functions.

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

SET PITCH

7 AUT

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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Keypad Operation
Key functions

The keypad, located to the right of the operators compartment above the
blade control handle, allows the operator or service technician to
communicate with the VIDS monitor module. The operator or service
technician can select the information shown on the display and initiate
service procedures. The keypad also allows the operator to enter an
identification number to recall stored parameters and to acknowledge
events.
The key pressed indicator, located above the OK key, flashes once each
time a key is pressed. This flash notifies the operator or the service
technician that the keystroke was accepted.
The keypad will not accept an entry when an active event is present and
flashing on the message center. To proceed, the operator or service
technician must acknowledge the event by pressing the OK key.

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When a series of related keystrokes (operator ID or menu operations) is


entered, consecutive keystrokes must be less than five seconds apart.
Periods longer than five seconds will cancel the previous keystroke.
The left side of the keypad allows the operator or service technician to
communicate with the VIDS monitor, while the right side of the keypad
allows the operator to "setup," "arm" or "disarm" the features of the
machine.
The functions of the left keys are:
Key pressed indicator
OK
Menu

Key Pressed Indicator: flashes once when any key is pressed.


OK: used to complete keypad entries and to acknowledge events.
MENU: used to access the main menu. The menu is comprised of
the following choices:
1:PREFERENCE MENU
1:ADJUST CONTRAST
2:ADJUST BACKLIGHT
3:SELECT UNITS
4:SELECT LANGUAGE
2:EVENTS MENU
1:ACTIVE EVENTS
2:SUMMARY LOG
3:SYSTEM MENU
1:MACHINE STATS
2:TEST DISPLAY
3:AUTOLUBE MENU

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Service options

Tests

Calibrations

Cancel
Help
More
Arrow Keys

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4:SERVICE OPTIONS
1:INIT MANUAL LUBE
2:PERFORM CALIBRATIONS
LIMP HOME MODE
(allows implement movement through the keypad)
MAIN PMP RELIEF TEST
(determines and displays main pump relief pressure)
TILT PMP RELIEF TEST (CD only)
(determines and displays tilt pump relief pressure)
*BLADE CONTROL HANDLE
(calibrates blade control handle)
*RIPPER CONTROL HANDLE
(calibrates ripper control handle)
*FNR SHFTER SENSOR
(calibrates FNR shifter)
*LEFT BRAKE TOUCH UP
(performs left brake touch up)
*RIGHT BRAKE TOUCH UP
(performs right brake touch up)
*LEFT CLUTCH HIGH PRE
(calibrates left clutch high pressure)
*RIGHT CLTCH HIGH PRE
(calibrates right clutch high pressure)
*LEFT BRAKE LOW PRESS
(calibrates left brake low pressure)
*RIGHT BRAKE LOW PRES
(calibrates right brake low pressure)
*LEFT CLUTCH LOW PRES
(calibrates left clutch low pressure)
*RIGHT CLUTCH LOW PRE
(calibrates right clutch low pressure)
* Service Mode Protected
CANCEL: used to reject a prompt choice or setting value.
HELP: provides "help" messages pertaining to the use of the
menu selected.
MORE: displays next line of text on message center.
Backward Arrow Key
Forward Arrow Key

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GAUGE: shows parameter name and number for first gauge in


available list. Line two shows parameter value and unit of
measure. The Forward Arrow Key allows the operator to scroll
one gauge at a time through the list. If the GAUGE key is pressed
twice, the parameters will be shown by categories (Operator,
Engine, Transmission, Implement, Service, and All). Pressing the
GAUGE key three times will access the parameter ID input
screen. The operator may enter any parameter ID, press OK and
that parameter will be displayed.
SETUP: enables the operator to select and save a grouping of
machine settings to better meet an operator's method of operation.
This mode will be discussed in detail later in the presentation.

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- ID MENU 1: SELECT OPERATOR


OPERATOR - 1
OPERATOR - 20

2: SAVE ALL SETTINGS


3: RECALL OPERATOR
OPERATOR - 1
OPERATOR - 20

4: OPERATOR SETUP
1:CHANGE OPER NAME
2:RESET TO FACTORY

5: SERV MODE TOGGLE


6: FACTORY DEFAULTS
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Setup
SETUP key

The SETUP key enables an operator to select and save a grouping of


machine performance settings to better meet the method of operation.
When the SETUP key is pressed, the VIDS Message Center text area will
display the menu title and the first option. The menu title will remain on
the first line, and the display can be cycled by using the arrow keys. An
option may be selected by using the OK key when one of the four options
is being displayed or by using the associated numeric key. Pressing the
CANCEL key at this point will return the display back to the Default (or
Background) Mode.

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Most menus have more options than can be displayed at the same time.
To help keep track of the menu, the first line of the message center
displays the menu titles. The second line will initially display the first
option. The additional options may be viewed by using the arrow keys.
SETUP options

The options are:


- ID MENU 1:SELECT OPERATOR
OPERATOR - 1
OPERATOR - 20
2:SAVE ALL SETTINGS
3:RECALL OPERATOR
OPERATOR - 1
OPERATOR - 20
4:OPERATOR SETUP
1:CHANGE OPER NAME
2:RESET TO FACTORY
5:SERV MODE TOGGLE
6:FACTORY DEFAULTS

This Setup Option allows the operator to choose a predefined numeric


identifier, "OPERATOR - n," for the group of settings. To the control
system, the operator assumes the identity of the selected
"OPERATOR - n." The SELECT OPERATOR list contains 20 possible
selections.
When the SELECT OPERATOR menu item is selected, the VIDS
Message Center text area will display the menu title and the first option.
The menu title will remain on the first line, and the additional options
may be viewed by using the arrow keys. An option can be selected by
using the OK key when that option is being displayed, or by pressing the
associated numeric key. Pressing the CANCEL key at this point will
return the display to the main menu.

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The options are:


<SELECT OPERATOR>
OPERATOR - 1
through
OPERATOR - 20
After the selection of OPERATOR - n, the VIDS Message Center text
display will respond with a confirmation. The confirmation will remain
on the display only long enough to be read, then the display will return to
the main menu. For example, after a selection of OPERATOR - 2, the
display will read:
OPERATOR SELECTED
OPERATOR - 2
When an operator is selected, all the current settings are "overwritten." A
common problem occurs when an operator changes the settings, then
selects an operator. As soon as an operator is selected, the current settings
are changed.
If no selection is made from this menu, the current settings will remain
the same.
The D11R and the Carrydozer electronic systems have several features
that can be customized to better match an operating condition or an
operator's style. These features all have "default" settings that work over
a broad range of applications. The default settings are called "Factory
Settings." Temporary changes to the current settings are called "Shift
Settings." If desired, the "Shift Settings" may be permanently stored
within the SAVE ALL SETTINGS menu for the currently selected
operator.

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Option 2 under the Operator Setup Menu is 2:SAVE ALL SETTINGS.


This option is used to store the changes made to the settings associated
with a SELECT OPERATOR. These changes are permanently saved until
another SAVE ALL SETTINGS operation is performed. It is important to
note that an OPERATOR - n must first be selected before a SAVE ALL
SETTINGS operation can be performed. Performing a SAVE ALL
SETTINGS without an operator ID selected has no effect.
If no OPERATOR - n is selected and the operator tries to save the
settings, the display will read:
OPERATOR ID MUST BE
PICKED BEFORE SETUP
After selecting 2:SAVE ALL SETTINGS, the VIDS Message Center
will display:
SETTINGS SAVED
OPERATOR - N- (1-20)

Recall operator

3:RECALL OPERATOR will allow the use of settings stored for any
OPERATOR - n, while maintaining the previously selected ID number.
If, for example, one operator wanted to configure the machine in the same
way another operator has stored the settings, that operator could RECALL
the other operator's settings.
If the operator selects RECALL OPERATOR, the display will read the
same as when the SELECT OPERATOR option was first presented. At
this point, the operator can then choose between the 20 possible
OPERATOR - n settings to RECALL. If a RECALL of OPERATOR - 2
operation is successful, the text area will display:
OPERATOR RECALLED
OPERATOR - 2
The RECALL function affects only the Shift Settings. To save or copy
the settings, select Option 1: SELECT OPERATOR (if an operator was
not previously selected), followed by selecting Option 2:SAVE ALL
SETTINGS. The current settings or "Shift Settings" will then be saved
to the currently selected operator, not the recalled operator.

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The Setup Menu Option 4:OPERATOR SETUP is used to change the


title of the currently selected Operator ID or to automatically reset the
settings to factory settings. Access to the OPERATOR SETUP sub-menu
is limited to having previously selected an Operator ID. If access is
attempted without first selecting an operator ID, the following message is
displayed:
4:OPERATOR SETUP
NOT AVAILABLE
When access to this sub-menu is obtained, the sub-menus contained
within can be viewed individually by scrolling through the list using the
arrow keys. Pressing the OK key can access a specific sub-menu when it
is displayed. If access to one of the sub-menus is attempted without
SERVICE MODE toggled on, the following message is displayed:
N:MENU NAME
SERVICE MODE ONLY
The cancel key will allow exiting the OPERATOR SETUP sub-menu.
The sub-menus contained within 4:OPERATOR SETUP are:
1:CHANGE OPER NAME
2:RESET TO FACTORY
When 1:CHANGE OPER NAME is selected, the operator will be
allowed to create a custom numeric title for a selected Operator ID. The
1:CHANGE OPER NAME sub-menu does not affect the setting stored
to the selected operator.
Access to the 1:CHANGE OPER NAME sub-menu is limited to having
previously activated the Service Mode (discussed later). When a numeric
title has been entered for the current Operator ID, a feedback message
indicating the process has been completed will be displayed.
The 2:RESET TO FACTORY sub-menu allows the operator to return all
the stored settings of the selected Operator ID to the original factory
defaults. Access to the 2:RESET TO FACTORY sub-menu is limited to
having previously activated the Service Mode (discussed later). When the
reset function is completed, a feedback message indicating the process
has been completed will be displayed.

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TOGGLE

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The 5:SERV MODE TOGGLE sub-menu allows the operator to activate


or deactivate the Service Mode. Access to this sub-menu will be allowed,
but changing the status of the Service Mode will require entry of the
proper password, unless the password is "zeroed out." The password
"zeroed out" means that the password has been set to zero (0) through ET.
If the password has been zeroed out, the status of the Service Mode can
be changed directly without entering a password.
To view or change the password, Electronic Technician (ET) 3.0 or newer
must be connected to the VIDS ECM. From the top menu, select the
"Service" option. The pulldown menu will have different options. Select
"Configuration." From the configuration window, double click on
"Service Mode Code Enable." A popup window will appear. The
operator or service technician may then enter a numerical password and
select a change. Setting a password to "0" eliminates the password
protection in VIDS. While in this window, the operator or service
technician may view an existing password if the old one has been
forgotten.
While viewing logged events from the Summary Log when the Service
Mode is active, an OPTION MENU will "pop-up" when the OK key is
pressed. The OPTION MENU allows the operator to clear individual
events. If the CLEAR EVENT option is selected, a YES or NO prompt is
provided for a safety check before clearing the event. If YES is selected,
the event will be cleared from the Summary Log.

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The 6:FACTORY DEFAULTS sub-menu allows the operator to return


the current settings to the factory defaults without affecting the settings
stored for the current Operator ID. When access has been obtained,
pressing the OK key will initiate the restoring process. If the
6:FACTORY DEFAULTS function is followed by a 2:SAVE
OPERATOR function, the settings stored for the currently selected
Operator ID will be reset to the factory defaults.
Factory defaults

Factory defaults contained in VIDS and the Electronic Implement Control


are:
Display Contrast = 70%
Display Brightness = 95%
Display Units = English
Display Language = English
Load Pitch = 10% (CD)
Carry Pitch = 0%
Load Pitch = 20% (D11R)
Spread Pitch = 100% (D11R)
Spread Pitch = 65% (CD)
Blade Return Height (CD) = 100%
Blade Response = Std.
Auto Pitch = Enabled
Auto Return = Enabled(CD)
Auto Spread = Enabled (CD)
Auto Return = Disabled (D11R) Auto Spread = Disabled (D11R)
Spread Rate (CD) = None
Blade Tilt = Dual (D11R)
Ripper AutoStow = Ripper Raise
Default Gauge Parameter = Engine Speed 100

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD D11R

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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ABA (Auto Pitch)

The D11R and the Carrydozer keypads provide "Hot Keys" in addition to
the standard VIDS keys. These Hot Keys are used to access functions
specific to the Electronic Implement Control.
The Auto Blade Assist (ABA) key (arrow) on the D11R and the
Carrydozer provides the operator with three blade pitch positions: the
LOAD position, CARRY position, and SPREAD position. The Auto
Pitch feature automatically brings the blade to these positions at the
beginning of these dozing segments. These positions can either be the
Factory Default preset positions or custom positions preset by individual
operators through the keypad using the procedures described in the
Service Manual for the Implement Electronic Control System (Form
SENR9457). The keypad is also used to activate the Auto Blade Assist
(ABA) Mode.

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When the ABA Mode is activated, the operator uses the message center
on the Vital Information Display System (VIDS) and the left and right
buttons on the blade control handle to select the appropriate mode of
operation. The left button is referred to as the "Mode Select button" and
the right button is the "Manual Select button" (see Slide No. 4).
Pressing the Manual Select button, regardless of the current ABA
segment, will instantly stop the blade movement and the display will
change ABA to the REDY TO CARY segment.
When the operator presses the AUT button on the keypad, an LED
indicator located below the keypad will illuminate and the message center
will display:
ABA CONTROL
IS NOW ON
The text will appear briefly and then the following text will be displayed:
BLD PITCH NOT RESET
RESET W/MODE SELECT
When in the Resetting Mode, the implement control will automatically
move the blade pitch. The operator will then (with the engine preferably
running at HIGH IDLE) press the mode select (left) button on the blade
control handle to begin the Reset process. The default or background on
the text display will read:
RESETTING
ENG SPD

577.7
700

If the operator does not use the Mode Select button to reset the Blade
Pitch, but acknowledges the event and continues with ABA "armed," the
default on the text display will read:
NOT RESET
ENG SPD

577.7
700

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When the Blade Pitch Reset function is completed, the text display will
read:
REDY TO CARY 577.7
ENG SPD
700
The ABA may be "disarmed" by a subsequent selection of the ABA Hot
Key. If the ABA is "armed" and the AUT Hot Key is pressed, the ABA
LED will be turned off and the text display will read:
ABA CONTROL
IS NOW OFF

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD D11R

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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Change BLADE PITCH
SET PITCH key
(arrow)

The SET PITCH Hot Key (arrow) enables an operator to change the
BLADE PITCH settings which are associated with an Operator ID. These
settings can be changed for any of the LOAD, CARRY, or SPREAD
segments of the dozing cycle. When an Operator ID is selected through
the SETUP Key, the values for these pitch settings are made current. An
operator may use the SET PITCH Hot Key to change these values for a
shift of operation. If the changed values are to be stored for future use,
either answer YES to the SAVE TO SELECTED OPERATOR prompt as
the individual changes are made, or use the SETUP Key Option 2:SAVE
ALL SETTINGS function.
It is important to note that the blade must be reset to allow changing the
pitch settings. To reset the blade, the operator must arm the AUT key and
then press the Mode Select button (the left button on the blade control
handle). Also, the engine should be running at HIGH IDLE and the
implement lockout switch set to the OFF position. When the blade is
reset, it will remain reset until the machine implements or the ABA is
turned off or if a fault occurs.

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When the SET PITCH Hot Key is pressed, the VIDS Message Center text
area will display the menu title and the first option. The menu title will
remain on the first line, and the display can be cycled by using the arrow
keys. An option can be selected by using the OK key when that option is
being displayed or by pressing the associated numeric key. Pressing the
CANCEL key at this point will return the display to the Default (or
Background) Mode.
The options are:
SET BLADE PITCH MENU
1:SET LOAD PITCH
2:SET CARRY PITCH
3:SET SPREAD PITCH
If Option 1:SET LOAD PITCH is selected, the display will read:
BLD LOAD PITCH
OK NEW VALUE

XX%
XX%

The percentage value displayed on the top line indicates the current
machine setting, while the value displayed on the second line indicates the
actual pitch of the blade. The range of blade pitch is from FULL PITCH
BACK (0%) to PITCH FORWARD (100%).
At this point, the operator can use the blade control handle trigger lever or
the thumb lever to change the actual blade pitch position. The displayed
percentage value on the second line will change according to the change
in blade pitch. When the desired LOAD segment blade pitch position is
reached, the operator can accept the value with the OK key. The display
will then read:
BLD LOAD PITCH
SET TO
XX%
The above display will be replaced by the following prompt after
approximately four seconds:
SAVE TO SELECTD OPER
YES
#NO

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A NO response will result in the new change only affecting the current
machine setting (shift setting). The selected operator settings will not be
affected. The following message will be displayed for four seconds:
CURRENT SETTINGS CHNGD
BUT NOT SAVED
A YES response will result in the new change affecting both the current
machine settings and the selected operator settings. The following
message will be displayed for four seconds:
LAST CHANGE SAVED
The display will then return to the Default (or Background) Mode.

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD

OK

MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

SET HEIGHT

SET MACH

9
FLOAT

38
SET HT (CD only)

The SET HT (Carrydozer only) Hot Key (arrow) enables the operator to
change the blade return height setting which is associated with an
Operator ID. When an Operator ID is selected through the SETUP key,
the value for the blade return height setting is made current. An operator
may use the SET HT Hot Key to change the return height for a shift of
operation only or, if desired, save the return height setting for future use
by answering YES to the SAVE TO SELECTD OPERATOR prompt as
the change is made or through the SETUP key Option 2:SAVE ALL
SETTINGS. The blade return height is used after a SPREAD segment in
the ABA Mode to determine the blade height during the RETURN
segment.
When the SET HT Hot Key is pressed, the VIDS Message Center text
area display will read:
BLD RET HT
OK NEW VALUE

XX%
XX%

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The percentage value displayed on the top line indicates the current
machine setting, while the value displayed on the second line indicates the
actual height of the blade. The range of blade height is from FULLY
RAISED (100%) to FULLY LOWERED (-100%), where the ground line
equals 0%.
At this point, the operator can use the blade control handle to raise or
lower the blade to the desired height. The displayed percentage value on
the second line will change according to the change in blade height.
When the desired height is reached, the operator can accept the value by
pressing the OK key. The display will then read:
BLD RETURN HT
BLD RETURN XX%
The above display will be replaced by the following prompt after
approximately four seconds:
SAVE TO SELECTD OPER
YES
#NO
A NO response will result in the new change affecting only the current
machine setting (shift setting). The selected operator settings will not be
affected. The following message will be displayed for four seconds:
CURRENT SETTINGS CHNGD
BUT NOT SAVED
A YES response will result in the new change affecting both the current
machine settings and the selected operator settings. The following
message will display for four seconds:
LAST CHANGE SAVED
The display will return to the Default (or Background) Mode. If the
CANCEL key is pressed instead of the OK key while in the Change
Mode, no change will be made in the settings and the display will then
return to the Default (or Background) Mode.
NOTE: The minimum return height is 30%.

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD D11R

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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SET MACH key
(arrow)

The SET MACH Hot Key (arrow) enables the operator to view a list of
stored settings for a selected operator, change the spread rate of the blade,
the response of the blade control handle, and the Auto Stow configuration
of the ripper. When the SET MACH Hot Key is pressed, the text area
display will read:
- MACH CONFIG 1:VIEW OPERATOR
Pressing the right arrow key will display the other options that are
available within the SET MACH Hot Key.
If the machine is a Carrydozer equipped with a ripper, the operator will
have the following options when the SET MACHINE Hot Key is pressed:
MACHINE CONFIG
1:VIEW OPERATOR
2:BLD RESPONSE
3:SPREAD RATE
4:AUTOSTOW CONFIG

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If the machine is a Carrydozer not equipped with a ripper,


4:AUTOSTOW CONFIG will not be available for the operator to select.
If the machine is a standard D11R Tractor equipped with a ripper, the
operator will have the following options available when the SET
MACHINE Hot Key is pressed:
MACHINE CONFIG
1:VIEW OPERATOR
2:BLD RESPONSE
3:AUTOSTOW CONFIG
If the machine is a standard D11R not equipped with a ripper, the
3:AUTOSTOW CONFIG will not be available for the operator to select.
Operator settings

When the operator selects the 1:VIEW OPERATOR option by pressing


the OK key, the display will read:
1:VIEW OPERATOR
<SELECT OPERATOR>
A "programmed" operator ID will display differently than one that has not
been programmed. If the ID has been programmed, but the name has not
been changed, the ID will display a "#" in front of the name such as
#OPERATOR - 1. If the ID has been programmed and the name has been
changed with the CHANGE or CREATE commands, the 1 through 6 digit
name will be displayed.
If the Operator ID has not been programmed, the name will display
OPERATOR - 1. An unprogrammed Operator ID will contain FACTORY
values.
The operator may scroll through the 20 different Operator ID's plus
Current and Factory ID's. When the desired Operator ID is showing,
press the OK key. Use the right and left Arrow keys to view the list of
stored settings for the selected Operator ID.
Menu items may vary slightly based on the tractor's configuration.
BLD RESPONSE

Values are 1: STD, 2: FINE, 3: FAST.


The default is STD.

BLD TILT MODE


(D11R only)

Values are SNGL TILT and DUAL TILT


The default is DUAL TILT.

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RIP AUTOSTOW CONFIG Values are RAISE ONLY and RAISE AND
SHANK-IN. The default is RAISE ONLY.
BLD RETURN HT
(D11R CD only)

A value between 30 and 100. The default is


"100."

BLD LOAD PITCH

A value between 0 and 100. The default is


"10" for D11R CD and "20" for D11R.

BLD CARRY PITCH

A value between 0 and 100. The default is


"0."

BLD SPREAD PITCH

A value between 0 and 100. The default is


"65" for D11R CD and "100" for D11R.

SPREAD RATE

Values are 1:NONE, 2: SLOW, 3: STD, and


4: FAST. The default is NONE.

AUTOPITCH ENABLE ST Values are ENABLED and DISABLED.


The default is ENABLED.
AUTOSPRD ENABLE ST

Values are ENABLED and DISABLED.


The default is DISABLED for D11R and
ENABLED for D11R CD.

AUTORETRN ENABLE ST Values are ENABLED and DISABLED.


The default is DISABLED D11R and
ENABLED for D11R CD.
CONTRAST

A value between 25 and 75 (units of five).


The default value is "70."

BACKLIGHT

A value between 20 and 100 (units of five).


The default value is "95."

UNITS

Values are METRIC and ENGLISH. The


default is ENGLISH.

LANGUAGE

Values are ENGLISH, SPANISH, and


FRENCH, etc. The default is ENGLISH.

DISPLAY GAUGE PRAM

The default value is "100."

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BLADE RESPONSE

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When the operator selects option 2:BLADE RESPONSE, the display


will read:
- BLADE RESPONSE [1-3]
1:FINE
The operator may scroll through the three options for BLD RESPONSE
by using the right arrow key. An option can be selected by using the OK
key when that option appears on the second line of the message center or
by pressing the associated numeric key.
The three options for - BLD RESPONSE - are:
1:FINE
#2:STD
3:FAST
The "#" symbol indicates the current setting.
To accept a selection, the OK key must be pressed when the desired
option is displayed on the second line of the display area. A confirmation
will then be displayed on the message center text display. The display
will show the following confirmation:
BLD RESPONSE
SET TO STD
The above display will be replaced by the following prompt after
approximately four seconds:
SAVE TO SELECTD OPER
YES
#NO
A NO response will result in the new change affecting only the current
machine setting (shift setting). The selected operator settings will not be
affected. The following message will be displayed for four seconds:
CURRENT SETTINGS CHNGD
BUT NOT SAVED
A YES response will result in the new change affecting both the current
machine settings and the selected operator settings. The following
message will display for four seconds:
LAST CHANGE SAVED
The display will then return to the Default (or Background) Mode. If the
CANCEL key is pressed instead of the OK key while in the Change
Mode, no change will be made in the setting and the display will return to
the Default (or Background) Mode.

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Four options for


SPREAD

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When the operator selects 3:SPREAD RATE the display will read:
SPREAD RATE [1-4]
1:NONE
The operator may scroll through the four options for SPREAD RATE by
using the right arrow key. An option can be selected by using the OK key
when that option appears on the second line of the message center or by
pressing the associated numeric key.
The four options for SPREAD RATE are:
#1:NONE
2:SLOW
3:STD
4:FAST
To accept a selection, the OK key must be pressed when the desired
option is displayed on the second line of the display area. A confirmation
will then be displayed on the message center text display. The display
will show the following confirmation:
SPREAD RATE
SET TO STD
The above display will be replaced by the following prompt after
approximately four seconds:
SAVE TO SELECTD OPER
YES
#NO
A NO response will result in the new change only affecting the current
machine setting (shift setting). The selected operator settings will not be
affected. The following message will be displayed for four seconds:
CURRENT SETTINGS CHNGD
BUT NOT SAVED
A YES response will result in the new change affecting both the current
machine settings and the selected operator settings. The following
message will display for four seconds:
LAST CHANGE SAVED
The display will then return to the Default (or Background) Mode. If the
CANCEL key is pressed instead of the OK key while in the Change
Mode, no change will be made in the setting and the display will return to
the Default (or Background) Mode.

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Two options for Auto
Stow

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When the operator selects 4:AUTOSTOW CONFIG, the display will


read:
ASTOW CONFIG [1-2]
#1: RAISE ONLY
The operator may scroll through the two options for AUTOSTOW
CONFIG by using the right arrow key. An option can be selected by
using the OK key when that option appears on the second line of the
message center or by pressing the associated numeric key.
The two options for AUTOSTOW CONFIG are:
#1: RAISE ONLY
2: RAISE + SHANK IN
To accept a selection, the OK key must be pressed when the desired
option is displayed on the second line of the display area. A confirmation
will then be displayed on the message center text display. The display
will show the following confirmation:
RIP AUTOSTOW CONFIG
RAISE ONLY
The above display will be replaced by the following prompt after
approximately four seconds:
SAVE TO SELECTD OPER
YES
#NO
A NO response will result in the new change only affecting the current
machine setting (shift setting). The selected operator settings will not be
affected. The following message will be displayed for four seconds:
CURRENT SETTINGS CHNGD
BUT NOT SAVED
A YES response will result in the new change affecting both the current
machine settings and the selected operator settings. The following
message will display for four seconds:
LAST CHANGE SAVED
The display will then return to the Default (or Background) Mode. If the
CANCEL key is pressed instead of the OK key while in the Change
Mode, no change will be made in the setting and the display will return to
the Default (or Background) Mode.

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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FLOAT key (arrow)

Two steps are required to activate the BLADE FLOAT function. The first
step is referred to as "arming" FLOAT, and the second step is referred to
as "activating" FLOAT.
The FLOAT Hot Key (arrow) is used by the operator to "arm" or "disarm"
the BLADE FLOAT feature. When BLADE FLOAT is used, the only
downward force on the blade is the weight of the blade.
If BLADE FLOAT is "disarmed" and the FLOAT Hot Key is pressed, the
Blade Float LED (located below the keypad) will turn on and the text
display will read:
BLADE FLOAT CONTROL
IS NOW ARMED

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After "arming" BLADE FLOAT, the operator must use the blade control
handle to activate the feature. To activate BLADE FLOAT, the blade
control handle is moved to the FULL LOWER position and either held in
that position or allowed to return to the HOLD position. Raising the
blade with the blade control handle will deactivate the FLOAT Mode.
While the feature is "armed," it may be repeatedly activated or
deactivated.
To "disarm" the BLADE FLOAT feature, press the FLOAT Hot Key
again. The FLOAT LED will turn OFF and the text display will read:
BLADE FLOAT CONTROL
IS NOW OFF
FLOAT overrides ABA

Since the blade lift and the ripper share the same pump, activating the
ripper will temporarily suspend FLOAT.
Activating the FLOAT Mode will override the ABA function.

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VITAL INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (VIDS)


OPERATOR KEYPAD

OK

SNGL TILT

4
MENU

GAUGE

SETUP

i+

CANCEL

HELP

MORE

SET PITCH

7 AUT
ABA

6
SET MACH

9
FLOAT

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SNGL TILT (arrow)

The SNGL TILT feature is available only on the D11R. This feature
allows a tractor with Dual Tilt to be operated in the Single Tilt Mode.
When in the Single Tilt Mode, the tractor blade tilts using one tilt cylinder
only.
The SNGL TILT Hot Key is used by the operator to "arm" or "disarm" the
SNGL TILT feature. The Single Tilt LED will turn ON or OFF according
to the toggle. The display will read:
SINGLE TILT CONTROL
IS NOW ON (if toggled ON)
SINGLE TILT CONTROL
IS NOW OFF (if toggled OFF)
After approximately four seconds, the display will return to the Default
(or Background) Mode.

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NOTE: The Blade Pitch option will work in the Single Tilt Mode.
The current Blade Tilt Mode (Dual or Single) is a storable Operator
Setting. To permanently save a change, use the SETUP key and scroll
to the SAVE ALL SETTINGS function. If an Operator ID is selected
that has Blade Tilt Mode stored as Single Tilt, Single Tilt will
activate.

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42

CONCLUSION
This presentation has discussed the major features of the implement
systems for the D11R Tractor and the D11R CD Carrydozer. When used
in conjunction with the service manual, the information in this package
should help the serviceman correctly diagnose a problem in the
implement systems.
For service repairs, adjustments, and maintenance, refer to the Operation
and Maintenance Manual, Service Manual, and other related service
publications.

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SLIDE LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

Title slide
Electronic Implement Control Inputs
Implement Controls
Implement System Component location
Hydraulic tank
Dozer control valve
Electro-hydraulic system filter
Hydraulic fan circuit
Fan pumps
Electo-hydraulic pilot system
Dozer lift spool (HOLD)
Dozer control valve (HOLD)
Dozer control valve (RAISE)
Dozer lift spool (Dump valve)
Quick-drop valve (RAISE)
Quick-drop valve (LOWER)
Quick-drop valve (QUICK-DROP)
Quick-drop valve (LOWER WITH DOWN
PRESSURE)
Dozer tilt spool (HOLD)
Dozer tilt spool (TILT RIGHT)
D11R dual tilt valve (HOLD)
D11R dual tilt valve (DUAL TILT RIGHT)
D11R dual tilt valve (SINGLE TILT
RIGHT)
D11R dual tilt valve (BLADE PITCH
FORWARD)
D11R CD dual tilt valve (HOLD)
D11R CD dual tilt valve (TILT RIGHT)
D11R CD dual tilt valve (BLADE PITCH
forward)
Ripper control valve
Ripper and pilot system (RAISE)
Ripper and pilot system (LOWER)
Ripper and pilot system (SHANK IN)
Ripper and pilot system (SHANK OUT)
VIDS inputs
VIDS keypad
Operator setup
Keypad (ABA)

37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.

VIDS keypad (SET PITCH)


VIDS keypad (SET HEIGHT)
VIDS keypad (SET MACH)
VIDS keypad (FLOAT)
VIDS keypad (SINGLE TILT)
Model view

"1" - SOLENOID IS ACTIVATED


"0" - SOLENOID IS NOT ACTIVATED

1
0
1
1
0
0
1
0

PITCH
BACK
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0

1
0
1
0
1
1
1
0

1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

PITCH
PITCH
LIFT
FORWARD FORWARD
(D11R)
(D11R CD)

BLADE LIFT

1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0

TILT R

BLADE LIFT/TILT

1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0

TILT L
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E1 IMPLEMENT LOCKOUT
E2 LOWER FLOAT
E3 RAISE
E4 LEFT TILT/PITCH BACK
E5 RIGHT TILT/PITCH FORWARD
E6 PITCH REGENERATE
E7 PITCH
E8 SINGLE TILT

SOLENOIDS:

BLADE LIFT AND PITCH

ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC BLADE CONTROL


LIFT

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"1" - SOLENOID IS ACTIVATED


"0" - SOLENOID IS NOT ACTIVATED

1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0

PITCH
BACK
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0

1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0

1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0

TILT R

1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0

TILT L

BLADE LOWER/TILT

PITCH
PITCH
LOWER
FORWARD FORWARD
(D11R)
(D11R CD)

BLADE LOWER

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E1 IMPLEMENT LOCKOUT
E2 LOWER FLOAT
E3 RAISE
E4 LEFT TILT/PITCH BACK
E5 RIGHT TILT/PITCH FORWARD
E6 PITCH REGENERATE
E7 PITCH
E8 SINGLE TILT

SOLENOIDS:

BLADE LOWER AND PITCH

ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC BLADE CONTROL


LOWER

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"1" - SOLENOID IS ACTIVATED


"2" - SOLENOID IS NOT ACTIVATED

1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0

PITCH
BACK
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0

1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0

1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

PITCH
PITCH
LIFT
FORWARD FORWARD
(D11R)
(D11R CD)

BLADE LIFT

TILT L

1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1

1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

(dual) (single) (dual) (single)

TILT R

BLADE TILT

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E1 IMPLEMENT LOCKOUT
E2 LOWER FLOAT
E3 RAISE
E4 LEFT TILT/PITCH BACK
E5 RIGHT TILT/PITCH FORWARD
E6 PITCH REGENERATE
E7 PITCH
E8 SINGLE TILT

SOLENOIDS:

BLADE PITCH

ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC BLADE CONTROL


TILT

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P
N
M

____ FAN RETURN FILTER


____ DUAL TILT CONTROL VALVE
____ ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC FILTER
____ FAN PUMPS
____ HYDRAULIC PRESSURE SENSORS
____ ECMS
____ ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC PILOT VALVE GROUP
____ HYDRAULIC TANK

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____ LIFT CYLINDER POSITION SENSORS (CD)


____ OIL COOLER AND BYPASS VALVE
____ LOGIC VALVE
____ IMPLEMENT PUMP
____ RIPPER CONTROL VALVE
____ MANUAL IMPLEMENT LOWER VALVE
____ FAN MOTOR AND MAKEUP VALVE

DIRECTIONS: Match the letter to the component.

IMPLEMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS


D11R AND D11R CD CARRYDOZER TRACTOR

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Serviceman's Handout No. 4

FROM PILOT
MANIFOLD

TO ROD END
TILT CYLINDER

TO HEAD END
TILT CYLINDER

RAISE

DOZER CONTROL VALVE

FROM PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE
SOLENOID VALVE

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

HEAD END LIFT CYLINDER

ROD END LIFT CYLINDER

FROM LARGE PUMP

FROM SMALL PUMP

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HEAD END OIL

ROD END OIL

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

RAISE

D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE

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HEAD END OIL

ROD END OIL

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

LOWER

D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE

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HEAD END OIL

ROD END OIL

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

QUICK-DROP

D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE

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Serviceman's Handout No. 8

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

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HEAD END OIL

ROD END OIL

LOWER WITH DOWN PRESSURE

D11R QUICK-DROP VALVE

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TILT LEFT

FROM LARGE PUMP

FROM SMALL PUMP

TILT RIGHT

DOZER TILT SPOOL

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

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FROM ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC
PILOT VALVE MANIFOLD

TILT RIGHT

SECTION A-A

LOAD CHECK VALVE

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RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

LEFT TILT
CYLINDER

FROM TOGGLE SWITCH

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

TO ROD END

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE

FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

DUAL TILT RIGHT

D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT

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RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

LEFT TILT
CYLINDER

FROM KEYPAD

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

TO ROD END

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE

FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

SINGLE TILT RIGHT

D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT

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RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

LEFT TILT
CYLINDER

FROM KEYPAD

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

TO ROD END

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

TO TILT
CONTROL VALVE

FROM TILT
CONTROL VALVE

BLADE PITCH FORWARD

D11R DUAL TILT CIRCUIT

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Serviceman's Handout No. 13

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

LEFT TILT
CYLINDER

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

TO ROD END

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TO/FROM
DOZER TILT
VALVE

PITCH
REGENERATE
VALVE

TILT RIGHT

DUAL TILT CIRCUIT

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Serviceman's Handout No. 14

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

RIGHT TILT
CYLINDER

LEFT TILT
CYLINDER

FROM TRIGGER SWITCH

FROM ELECTROHYDRAULIC
MANIFOLD

TO HEAD END

TO ROD END

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TO/FROM
DOZER TILT
VALVE

PITCH
REGENERATE
VALVE

PITCH FORWARD

DUAL TILT CIRCUIT

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Serviceman's Handout No. 15

DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

RIPPER TIP
SPOOL

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

TO PRESSURE
COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE
SOLENOID VALVE

RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

LOAD CHECK
VALVE

FAN PUMPS

RAISE

TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

IMPLEMENT
PUMP

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS

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LIFT
CYLINDERS

MAKEUP
VALVE

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

RIPPER RIPPER TILT


OUT RAISE LEFT/
RACK

RIPPER IN

RIPPER
LOWER

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DIRECTIONS: Fill in the correct colors.

TO PRESSURE COMPENSATION
OVERRIDE SOLENOID VALVE

RIPPER TIP
SPOOL

IMPLEMENT
LOCKOUT
SOLENOID
VALVE

RIPPER LIFT
SPOOL

LOAD CHECK
VALVE

FAN PUMPS

LOWER

TO DOZER
CONTROL VALVE

IMPLEMENT
PUMP

RIPPER AND PILOT SYSTEMS

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LIFT
CYLINDERS

MAKEUP
VALVE

BLADE
LOWER/
FLOAT

TILT BLADE
RIGHT/ RAISE
DUMP

RIPPER RIPPER TILT


OUT
RAISE LEFT/
RACK

RIPPER IN

RIPPER
LOWER

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