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ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS BASIC HYDRAULIC


HOTKEYS (Keyboard Shortcuts) COMPONENT SYMBOLS
T

Pressure Temperature Level Flow


Pump

FUNCTION KEYS
Switch Switch Switch Switch Circuit Breaker
or Motor Variability

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Fluid
Conditioner
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SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS

VALVES INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS PUMPS BASIC HYDRAULIC


ENVELOPES FLOW IN ONE
DIRECTION
FLOW ALLOWED IN
EITHER DIRECTION
PARALLEL
FLOW
CROSS
FLOW
FIXED DISPLACEMENT
COMPONENT SYMBOLS

One Position Two Position Three Position Unidirectional Bidirectional Pump


Infinite Two Three Variability
Positioning Position Position or Motor
PORTS VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
NON- COMPENSATED

CYLINDERS Fluid Spring


(Adjustable)
Two-way Three-Way Four-Way Conditioner
Unidirectional Bidirectional
CONTROL
AB AB
Single Acting Double Acting
MOTORS Pressure
FIXED DISPLACEMENT Spring
P T P T Compensation
Normal Position Shifted Position Infinite Position

CHECK
Control
ACCUMULATORS Unidirectional Bidirectional
Valves
Line Restriction
(Variable)
VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
Basic Spring Shuttle NON- COMPENSATED
Pilot
Symbol Loaded Line Restriction
Controlled Spring Loaded Gas Charged Restriction
(Fixed)

Unidirectional Bidirectional

MAIN AUX.
Line Restriction
PILOT CONTROL 2-Section
RELEASED PRESSURE ROTATING SHAFTS Variable and Pressure
Compensated
Pump

Unidirectional Bidirectional
External Return Internal Return
Attachment Pump: Variable and
REMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE Pressure Compensated

Internal Hydraulic Pneumatic


Simplified Complete Supply Pressure Energy Triangles

COMBINATION CONTROLS
LINES MEASUREMENT

Solenoid Solenoid Solenoid Solenoid and Servo Thermal Detent Crossing Joining
or Manual and Pilot Pilot or Manual Pressure Temperature Flow

MANUAL CONTROL FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS

Push-pull Lever Manual Shutoff General Manual Push Button Pedal Spring Vented Pressurized Return Above Fluid Level Return Below Fluid Level

HYDRAULIC SYMBOLS - ELECTRICAL ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS


G
M T

Pressure Temperature Level Flow


Transducer Transducer Generator Electric Pressure Pressure Switch Temperature Electrical
Switch Switch Switch Switch Circuit Breaker
(Fluid) (Gas / Air) Motor Switch (Adjustable) Switch Wire

BASIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENT SYMBOLS HARNESS AND WIRE SYMBOLS


Wire, Cable, or Harness Assembly Identification:
Fuse: A component in an electrical circuit that will open the circuit if too much current flows through it. Includes Harness Identification Letters and Harness
Connector Serialization Codes (see sample).
Switch (Normally Open): A switch that will close at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). The circle indicates
that the component has screw terminals and a wire can be disconnected from it.
AG-C4 L-C12
Switch (Normally Closed): A switch that will open at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). 111-7898 3E-5179
No circle indicates that the wire cannot be disconnected from the component. Part Number: for 1
Connector Plug
Ground (Wired): This indicates that the component is connected to a grounded wire. 2
The grounded wire is fastened to the machine.
Plug Receptacle
Pin or Socket Number
Ground (Case): This indicates that the component does not have a wire connected to ground.
It is grounded by being fastened to the machine. Harness Identification Letter(s): (A, B, C, AA, AB, AC, ...)

Reed Switch: A switch whose contacts are controlled by a magnet. A magnet closes the contacts of Harness Connector Serialization Code: The "C" stands for
"Connector" and the number indicates which connector in the
a normally open reed switch; it opens the contacts of a normally closed reed switch.
harness (C1, C2, C3, ...)
L-C12
Sender: A component that is used with a temperature or pressure gauge. 3E-5179
The sender measures the temperature or pressure.
T Its resistance changes to give an indication to the gauge of the temperature or pressure. 5A
Component
Relay (Magnetic Switch): A relay is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. Fuse (5 Amps) 9X-1123 Part Number
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close the switch part of the relay. 325-AG135 PK-14
Harness identification code:
This example indicates wire group 325, Wire Gauge
Solenoid: A solenoid is an electrical component that is activated by electricity. wire 135 in harness "AG". Wire Color
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close a valve or move a piece of metal that can do work. 1 Deutsch connector: Typical representation
of a Deutsch connector. The plug contains all
2 sockets and the receptacle contains all pins.
Magnetic Latch Solenoid: An electrical component that is activated by electricity and held latched by a
permanent magnet. It has two coils (latch and unlatch) that make electromagnet 1 Sure-Seal connector: Typical representation
when current flows through them. It also has an internal switch that places of a Sure-Seal connector. The plug and receptacle
2 contain both pins and sockets.
the latch coil circuit open at the time the coil latches.
UENR1392
June 2014

D8T Track-type Tractor


Power Train System
FMC1-UP

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COMPONENT TABLE

Component Locations
Part Schematic Machine
Description
Number Location Location
Brake and Differential Drive GP 229-9967 F-6 1
Brake and Planetary GP 229-9968 A-7 2
Breather AS - Transmission 9G-5127 B-5 3
Cooler GP - Transmission Oil 347-6883 B-2 4
Filter GP - Oil (Power Train) 332-8833 A-5 5
Manifold - Lubrication Distribution 347-8675 F-5 6
Pump GP - Power Train Oil 332-4916 B-5 7
Screen GP - Power Train Oil 332-8934 C-5 8
Torque Converter GP 387-5630 D-4 9
Transmission AR 384-4149 D-8 10
Valve GP - Brake Control 383-1538 E-6 11
Valve GP - Relief (Torque Converter Outlet) 208-3019 C-4 12
TAP TABLE

Tap Locations
Pressure, Sampling, and Sensor
Tap Schematic
Description
Number Location
M Torque Converter Supply Pressure C-3
N Torque Converter Outlet Pressure C-4
P Transmission Main Relief C-8
B1 Brake Pressure E-6
FOP Filter Outlet Pressure A-5
L1 Transmission Lubrication Pressure E-8
L2 Flywheel Lubrication Pressure E-3
LB1 Left Brake Lubrication Pressure F-7
LB2 Right Brake Lubrication Pressure A-6
SOS Oil Sampling A-5
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F F

(1) BRAKE AND DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE GP LB1


229-9967

(6) MANIFOLD
LUBE BRAKE LUBRICATION DISTRIBUTION
347-8675

E E
(11) VALVE GP
BRAKE CONTROL
383-1538

L1

AL
E N
L2

LV IO
VA RT
PO
B1

O
PR

TRANSMISSION LUBE

(10) TRANSMISSION AR STEERING


384-4149 PUMP

D MAIN D
RELIEF

(9) TORQUE CONVERTER GP


DIFFERENTIAL STEERING BEVEL

387-5630
TRANSFER GEAR LUBE

PROPORTIONAL
1ST
VALVE
AND

PROPORTIONAL
M

FLYWHEEL HOUSING
2ND
VALVE
VENT LINE

PROPORTIONAL ENGINE
3RD
VALVE
(8) SCREEN GP
POWER TRAIN OIL
PROPORTIONAL
FWD
OK TO START
332-8934
N
VALVE FLUID PRESENCE
SENSOR
C C
PROPORTIONAL
REV
VALVE

(12) VALVE GP
RELIEF (TORQUE CONVERTER OUTLET)
208-3019
Tap Locations
IMPLEMENT Pressure, Sampling, and Sensor
SCAVENGE OUTPUT/ PUMP
Tap Schematic
DIFFERENTIAL STEERING LUBE Description
TRANSMISSION Number Location
A B C
CONTROL (4) COOLER GP M Torque Converter Supply Pressure C-3
VALVE TRANSMISSION OIL N Torque Converter Outlet Pressure C-4
347-6883 P Transmission Main Relief C-8
B1 Brake Pressure E-6
FOP Filter Outlet Pressure A-5
L1 Transmission Lubrication Pressure E-8
L2 Flywheel Lubrication Pressure E-3
B LB1 Left Brake Lubrication Pressure F-7 B
LB2 Right Brake Lubrication Pressure A-6
SOS Oil Sampling A-5

(7) PUMP GP HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT COLOR DESCRIPTIONS


POWER TRAIN OIL
LUBRICATION AND TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER CIRCUIT
332-4916 SUPPLY LINE
TORQUE CONVERTER CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT
BRAKING CONTROL CIRCUIT
TRANSMISSION CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT
(3) BREATHER AS DRAIN / RETURN LINE
TRANSMISSION SCAVENGE PUMP OUTPUT CIRCUIT

9G-5127

BRAKE LUBE LINE PATTERNS


Pressure Line

Pilot / Load Sensing Pressure


(2) BRAKE AND PLANETARY GP
(5) FILTER GP Drain / Return Lines
229-9968
OIL (POWER TRAIN)
332-8833 Component Group
LB2 CALLOUTS
YY Taps (Pressure, Sampling, Sensor - by letter)

A SOS DL DL D Connectors (By letter) A


Callout Number Component
POWER TRAIN OIL (Machine Location from (52) VALVE GP - CONTROL Name

SUMP TEMPERATURE Component LocationsTable)


138-1234 Part Number

FOP THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE D8T TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR POWER TRAIN SYSTEM
FILTER MEDIA NUMBER: UENR13892
BYPASS SCHEMATIC PART NUMBER: 341-3614, CHANGE: 04, VERSION: -
Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off, transmission shifter
in neutral and with parking brake set.
Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations.
Refer to the Parts Manual using a specific serial number prefix in SIS before ordering parts from this schematic.

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B1 L1 P

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11
3
SOS LB1

FOP
5

L2 8
N

LB2 M
1

2
9

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