MacDon M200 Operator`s manual

M150, M200 Self-Propelled Windrower
UNLOADING AND ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS
for
NORTH AMERICAN SHIPMENTS
Published: September, 2010
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MACDON SELF PROPELLED AUGER HEADER
MACDON SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWER
Form # 169018
Revision C
INTRODUCTION
This instructional manual describes the unloading, set-up and pre-delivery requirements for the MacDon M150
and M200 Self-Propelled Windrowers.
Use the Table of Contents to guide you to specific areas.
Retain this instruction for future reference.
CAREFULLY READ ALL THE MATERIAL PROVIDED BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO UNLOAD, ASSEMBLE, OR
USE THE MACHINE.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................ 1 GENERAL SAFETY ................................................................................................................................................... 3 RECOMMENDED TORQUES ................................................................................................................................... 5 A. GENERAL............................................................................................................................................... 5 B. SAE BOLTS ............................................................................................................................................ 5 C. METRIC BOLTS ..................................................................................................................................... 5 D. FLARE TYPE HYDRAULIC FITTINGS .................................................................................................. 6 E. O-RING TYPE HYDRAULIC FITTINGS ................................................................................................. 6 ENGLISH/METRIC EQUIVALENTS .......................................................................................................................... 7 DEFINITIONS............................................................................................................................................................. 7 STEP 1. UNLOAD WINDROWER .......................................................................................................................... 8 A. TWO FORKLIFT METHOD .................................................................................................................... 8 B. SINGLE FORKLIFT METHOD ............................................................................................................... 9 I. METHOD 1 ........................................................................................................................................ 9 II. METHOD 2 ........................................................................................................................................ 9 STEP 2. REPOSITION RH LEG ........................................................................................................................... 11 STEP 3. INSTALL FRONT WHEELS ................................................................................................................... 12 STEP 4. REPOSITION CASTER WHEELS ......................................................................................................... 12 STEP 5. INSTALL STEPS .................................................................................................................................... 13 STEP 6. INSTALL CENTER-LINK ........................................................................................................................ 14 STEP 7. INSTALL BATTERIES ............................................................................................................................ 14 STEP 8. INSTALL AM/FM RADIO ........................................................................................................................ 16 STEP 9. INSTALL SLOW MOVING VEHICLE (SMV) SIGN ................................................................................ 17 STEP 10. ATTACH HEADER ................................................................................................................................. 18 A. HEADER ATTACHMENT - D SERIES ................................................................................................. 18 B. HEADER ATTACHMENT - A SERIES ................................................................................................. 24 C. HEADER ATTACHMENT - R SERIES ................................................................................................. 28 STEP 11. LUBRICATE MACHINE .......................................................................................................................... 32 STEP 12. PROGRAM CAB DISPLAY MODULE (CDM) ........................................................................................ 34 STEP 13. PERFORM PRE-DELIVERY CHECKS .................................................................................................. 40 A. FINAL DRIVE LUBRICANT LEVEL ...................................................................................................... 40 B. TIRE PRESSURES AND BALLAST REQUIREMENTS....................................................................... 40 I. Tire Pressures ................................................................................................................................. 40 II. Ballast Requirements ...................................................................................................................... 40 C. ENGINE COOLANT ............................................................................................................................. 41 D. AIR CLEANER ...................................................................................................................................... 42 E. HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL ...................................................................................................................... 42 F. FUEL SEPARATOR ............................................................................................................................. 43 G. GEAR BOX LUBRICANT LEVEL ......................................................................................................... 43 H. A/C COMPRESSOR BELT................................................................................................................... 43 I. PERFORM SAFETY SYSTEM CHECKS ............................................................................................. 44 J. OPERATIONAL CHECKS .................................................................................................................... 45 I. ENGINE WARNING LIGHTS .......................................................................................................... 45 II. START ENGINE .............................................................................................................................. 45 III. GAUGES AND CDM DISPLAY ....................................................................................................... 47 IV. ELECTRICAL .................................................................................................................................. 47 V. ENGINE SPEED ............................................................................................................................. 47 VI. OPERATOR’S PRESENCE SYSTEM CHECKS ............................................................................ 47 VII. EXTERIOR LIGHTS ........................................................................................................................ 48 VIII. BEACON (If Installed) ..................................................................................................................... 49 IX. HORN .............................................................................................................................................. 49 X. INTERIOR LIGHTS ......................................................................................................................... 50 XI. A/C AND HEATER .......................................................................................................................... 50 K. MANUALS ............................................................................................................................................ 50 L. CAB INTERIOR .................................................................................................................................... 50 Form 169018
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GENERAL SAFETY
CAUTION
The following are general farm safety
precautions that should be part of your
operating procedure for all types of machinery.
•
Protect yourself.
•
When assembling, operating and servicing
machinery, wear all the protective clothing
and personal safety devices that COULD
be necessary for the job at hand. Don't
take chances.
•
You may need:
o
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o
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a hard hat.
protective shoes with slip resistant
soles.
protective glasses or goggles.
heavy gloves.
wet weather gear.
respirator or filter mask.
•
Provide a first-aid kit for use in case of
emergencies.
•
Keep a fire extinguisher on the machine.
Be sure the extinguisher is properly
maintained and be familiar with its proper
use.
•
Keep young children away from machinery
at all times.
•
Be aware that accidents often happen
when the operator is tired or in a hurry to
get finished. Take the time to consider the
safest way. Never ignore warning signs of
fatigue.
•
Wear close-fitting clothing
and cover long hair. Never
wear dangling items such
as scarves or bracelets.
•
Keep hands, feet, clothing
and hair away from
moving
parts.
Never
attempt
to
clear
obstructions or objects from a machine
while the engine is running.
•
Keep all shields in place. Never alter or
remove safety equipment. Make sure
driveline guards can rotate independently
of the shaft and can telescope freely.
•
Use only service and repair parts made or
approved by the equipment manufacturer.
Substituted parts may not meet strength,
design, or safety requirements.
A
B
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hearing protection. Be aware that
prolonged exposure to loud noise can
cause impairment or loss of hearing.
Wearing a suitable hearing protective
device such as ear muffs (A) or ear
plugs
(B)
protects
against
objectionable or loud noises.
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Do not modify the machine. Unauthorized
modifications may impair the function
and/or safety and affect machine life.
•
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any
reason. A child or even a pet could engage
an idling machine.
•
Keep the area used for servicing
machinery clean and dry. Wet or oily floors
are slippery. Wet spots can be dangerous
when working with electrical equipment.
Be sure all electrical outlets and tools are
properly grounded.
•
Use adequate light for the job at hand.
•
Keep machinery clean. Do not allow oil or
grease to accumulate on service platforms,
ladders or controls. Clean machines before
storage.
•
Never use gasoline, naphtha or any volatile
material for cleaning purposes. These
materials may be toxic and/or flammable.
•
When storing machinery, cover sharp or
extending components to prevent injury
from accidental contact.
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RECOMMENDED TORQUES
C. METRIC BOLTS
A. GENERAL
The tables shown below give correct torque
values for various bolts and capscrews.
•
•
•
•
•
Tighten all bolts to the torques specified in
chart unless otherwise noted throughout this
manual.
Check tightness of bolts periodically, using
bolt torque chart as a guide.
Replace hardware with the same strength
bolt.
Torque figures are valid for non-greased or
non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise
specified. Do not grease or oil bolts or
capscrews unless specified in this manual.
When using locking elements, increase torque
values by 5%.
B. SAE BOLTS
NC BOLT TORQUE *
BOLT
DIA. "A"
in.
SAE 5
SAE 8
ft·lbf
N·m
ft·lbf
N·m
1/4
9
12
11
15
5/16
18
24
25
34
3/8
32
43
41
56
7/16
50
68
70
95
1/2
75
102
105
142
9/16
110
149
149
202
5/8
150
203
200
271
3/4
265
359
365
495
7/8
420
569
600
813
1
640
867
890
1205
NC BOLT TORQUE *
BOLT
DIA. "A"
8.8
10.9
ft·lbf
N·m
ft·lbf
N·m
M3
0.4
0.5
1.3
1.8
M4
2.2
3
3.3
4.5
M5
4
6
7
9
M6
7
10
11
15
M8
18
25
26
35
M10
37
50
52
70
M12
66
90
92
125
M14
103
140
148
200
M16
166
225
229
310
M20
321
435
450
610
M24
553
750
774
1050
M30
1103
1495
1550
2100
M36
1917
2600
2710
3675
* Torque categories for bolts and capscrews are identified by their
head markings.
* Torque categories for bolts and capscrews are identified by their
head markings.
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D. FLARE TYPE HYDRAULIC FITTINGS
E. O-RING TYPE HYDRAULIC FITTINGS
FITTING
NUT
FLARE
LOCKNUT
WASHER
O-RING
GROOVE
BODY
FLARESEAT
SEAT
a. Check flare and flare seat for defects that might
cause leakage.
b. Align tube with fitting before tightening.
c. Lubricate connection and hand tighten swivel nut
until snug.
d. To prevent twisting the tube(s), use two wrenches.
Place one wrench on the connector body and with
the second tighten the swivel nut to the torque
shown.
SAE
NO.
TUBE
SIZE
O.D.
(in.)
THD
SIZE
(in.)
NUT
SIZE
ACROSS
FLATS
(in.)
3
3/16
3/8
7/16
4
1/4
7/16
5
5/16
1/2
6
3/8
TORQUE
VALUE*
a. Inspect O-ring and seat for dirt or obvious defects.
A
RECOMMENDED
TURNS TO
TIGHTEN
(AFTER FINGER
TIGHTENING)
ft·lbf
N·m
Flats
Turns
6
8
1
1/6
9/16
9
12
1
1/6
5/8
12
16
1
1/6
9/16
11/16
18
24
1
1/6
8
1/2
3/4
7/8
34
46
1
1/6
10
5/8
7/8
1
46
62
1
1/6
12
3/4
1-1/16
1-1/4
75
102
3/4
1/8
14
7/8
1-3/8
1-3/8
90
122
3/4
1/8
16
1
1-5/16
1-1/2
105
142
3/4
1/8
B
C
b. On angle fittings, back off the lock nut until washer
(A) bottoms out at top of groove (B) in fitting.
c. Hand tighten fitting until back up washer (A) or
washer face (if straight fitting) bottoms on part
face (C) and O-ring is seated.
d. Position angle fittings by unscrewing no more than
one turn.
e. Tighten straight fittings to torque shown.
f. Tighten angle fittings to torque shown in the
following table while holding body of fitting with a
wrench.
* The torque values shown are based on lubricated connections
as in reassembly.
SAE
NO.
THD
SIZE
(in.)
NUT SIZE
ACROSS
FLATS
(in.)
TORQUE
VALUE*
RECOMMENDED
TURNS TO TIGHTEN
(AFTER FINGER
TIGHTENING)
ft·lbf
N·m
Flats
Turns
3
3/8
1/2
6
8
2
1/3
4
7/16
9/16
9
12
2
1/3
5
1/2
5/8
12
16
2
1/3
6
9/16
11/16
18
24
2
1/3
8
3/4
7/8
34
46
2
1/3
10
7/8
1
46
62
1-1/2
1/4
12
1-1/16
1-1/4
75
102
1
1/6
14
1-3/16
1-3/8
90
122
1
1/6
16
1-5/16
1-1/2
105
142
3/4
1/8
20
1-5/8
1-7/8
140
190
3/4
1/8
24
1-7/8
2-1/8
160
217
1/2
1/12
* The torque values shown are based on lubricated connections
as in reassembly.
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ENGLISH/METRIC EQUIVALENTS
QUANTITY
INCH-POUND UNITS
UNIT NAME
ABBR.
Area
acres
acres
Flow
US gallons per minute
Force
FACTOR
SI UNITS (METRIC)
UNIT NAME
ABBR.
x 0.4047 =
hectares
ha
(gpm)
x 3.7854 =
liters per minute
L/min
pounds force
lbf
x 4.4482 =
Newtons
N
inch
in.
x 25.4 =
millimeters
mm
foot
ft
x 0.305 =
meters
m
Power
horsepower
hp
x 0.7457 =
kilowatts
kW
x 6.8948 =
kilopascals
kPa
Pressure
pounds per square inch
psi
x .00689 =
megapascals
MPa
pound feet or foot pounds
lbf·ft or ft·lbf
x 1.3558 =
newton meters
N·m
pound inches or inch pounds
lbf·in. or in·lbf
x 0.1129 =
newton meters
N·m
degrees Fahrenheit
˚F
(˚F - 32) x 0.56 =
Celsius
˚C
feet per minute
ft/min
x 0.3048 =
meters per minute
m/min
feet per second
ft/s
x 0.3048 =
meters per second
m/s
miles per hour
mph
x 1.6063 =
kilometers per hour
km/h
US gallons
US gal.
x 3.7854 =
liters
L
ounces
oz.
x 29.5735 =
milliliters
ml
3
x 16.3871 =
cubic centimeters
cm3 or cc
x 0.4536 =
kilograms
kg
Length
Torque
Temperature
Velocity
Volume
Weight
cubic inches
in.
pounds
lb
DEFINITIONS
TERM
DEFINITION
API
American Petroleum Institute
ASTM
American Society of Testing And Materials
Cab-Forward
Windrower operation with the operator and cab facing in the direction of travel.
CDM
Cab Display Module
DWA
Double Windrow Attachment
Engine-Forward
Windrower operation with the operator and engine facing in the direction of travel.
ISC
Integrated Speed Control
N-DETENT
The slot opposite the neutral position on Operator’s console.
rpm
revolutions per minute
SAE
Society Of Automotive Engineers
WCM
Windrower Control Module
Windrower
Windrower with header attached.
Windrower Tractor
Power unit only. (Windrower without the header attached)
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UNLOADING AND ASSEMBLY
STEP 1. UNLOAD WINDROWER
CAUTION
To avoid injury to bystanders from being
struck by machinery, do not allow persons to
stand in unloading area.
A. TWO FORKLIFT METHOD
CAUTION
Equipment used for unloading must meet or
exceed the requirements specified below.
Using inadequate equipment may result in
chain breakage, vehicle tipping or machine
damage.
c.
NOTE
Windrower center of gravity is
approximately 55 inches (1397 mm)
rearward of drive wheel center.
LIFTING VEHICLE
Minimum Lifting Capacity *
5500 lb (2500 kg)
Minimum Fork Length
78 in. (1981 mm)
d. Lift with both forklifts simultaneously until
windrower is clear of trailer bed.
WARNING
* At 48 inches (1220 mm) from back end of forks.
IMPORTANT
Forklifts are normally rated for a load
located 24 inches (610 mm) ahead of
back end of the forks.
Be sure forks are secure before moving trailer
away from load. Stand clear when lifting.
e. Drive the truck slowly forward until trailer bed is
clear of windrower.
f. Lower unit slowly and simultaneously with both
forklifts to the ground. Place wooden blocks under
front shipping stands, if ground is soft.
g. Back off forklifts.
h. Check windrower for shipping damage, and check
shipment for missing parts.
To obtain the forklift capacity at 48
inches (1220 mm), check with your
forklift distributor.
a. Move trailer into position, and block trailer wheels.
b. Set forklift tines to the widest possible setting.
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Position one forklift on either side of trailer and
position forks under windrower frame.
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B. SINGLE FORKLIFT METHOD
I.
f.
Chains must be the same length.
CAUTION
METHOD 1
CAUTION
Equipment used for unloading must meet or
exceed the requirements specified below.
Using inadequate equipment may result in
chain breakage, vehicle tipping or machine
damage.
LIFTING VEHICLE
Minimum Lifting Capacity *
5500 lb (2500 kg)
The front legs rest on the trailer bed on skid
shoes. Ensure there are no obstructions to
prevent rearward sliding of the skid shoes and
watch carefully that as unit is dragged, the
skid shoes are not sliding sideways towards
the edge of the trailer bed.
g. Drag windrower rearward off of carrier.
h. Remove chains and back off the forklift.
i. Check windrower for shipping damage, and check
shipment for missing parts.
* At 48 inches (1220 mm) from back end of forks.
II. METHOD 2
IMPORTANT
Forklifts are normally rated for a load
located 24 inches (610 mm) ahead of
back end of the forks.
CAUTION
Equipment used for unloading must meet or
exceed the requirements specified below.
Using inadequate equipment may result in
chain breakage, vehicle tipping or machine
damage.
To obtain the forklift capacity at 48
inches (1220 mm), check with your
forklift distributor.
CHAIN
Type
Overhead Lifting
Quality (1/2 inch)
Minimum Working Load
5000 lb (2270 kg)
LIFTING VEHICLE
a. Position rear of trailer against unloading dock that
is the same height or slightly lower than the trailer
bed.
b. Remove shipped parts from under windrower
frame.
c. Set forklift tines to widest possible setting.
Minimum Lifting Capacity *
11000 lb
(4994 kg)
Minimum Fork Length
78 in. (1981 mm)
* At 48 in. (1220 mm) from back end of forks.
IMPORTANT
Forklifts are normally rated for a load
located 24 inches (610 mm) ahead of
back end of the forks.
To obtain the forklift capacity at 48
inches (1220 mm), check with your
forklift distributor.
WARNING
Be sure forks are secure before moving away
from load. Stand clear when lifting.
a. Move trailer into position, and block trailer wheels.
b. Set forklift tines to the widest possible setting.
(continued next page)
d. Position forklift up to rear of windrower, and place
forks under the rear frame cross member.
e. Install chains from forklift mast to jacking brackets
on both front legs of windrower.
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c.
Position forklift on left or right side of trailer, and
position forks under windrower frame.
NOTE
Windrower center of gravity is
approximately 55 inches (1397 mm)
rearward of drive wheel center.
WARNING
Ensure forks project beyond far side of frame.
d. Lift until windrower is clear of trailer bed.
e. Slowly back forklift away from trailer until
windrower is clear of trailer.
f. Lower unit slowly to the ground. Place wooden
blocks under front shipping stands, if ground is
soft.
g. Back off forklift.
h. Check windrower for shipping damage, and check
shipment for missing parts.
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STEP 2. REPOSITION RH LEG
Only the right cab-forward leg requires
repositioning from shipping to field configuration.
e. Repeat above step for second pin.
f. Move leg out to expose one hole.
a. Support the front of the windrower with stand (or
equivalent) so that the RH leg is off the ground.
b. Position jack under RH leg, and raise jack slightly
to take some weight off leg.
IMPORTANT
Removal of pins will be difficult if jack is
not positioned to take weight off leg.
g. Reinstall pins and secure with bolts, washers, and
nuts (not shown). Torque nuts to 100 ft·lbf (136
N·m).
c.
Remove two bolts, washers, and nuts from frame.
h. Remove bolt and shipping skids from legs.
TOOL 163841
d. Adjust jack height while observing pin position in
bore. When pin is loosest, tap out pin with
hammer or use tool to extract pin.
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STEP 3. INSTALL FRONT
WHEELS
STEP 4. REPOSITION CASTER
WHEELS
LIFT HERE
a. Raise rear of windrower slightly so that most of the
weight is off the casters, using a jack or other
lifting device under the frame where shown.
NOTE
Lifting device should have a lifting
capacity of at least 5000 lb (2270 kg).
b. Remove six bolts (four on backside, two on
underside), and washers from left and right side of
walking beam.
a. Position wheel against hub, so that that air valves
are on outside and tire tread point forward.
For "Turf” tires (diamond tread), be sure arrow on
sidewall points in forward rotation.
b. Lift wheel on hub with a forklift (or equivalent).
Lower forklift.
c. Rotate wheel to align holes with studs, and push
wheel onto studs.
1
6
c.
4
3
NOTE
Use the caster wheels to assist in
moving the axle by rotating the caster
so that wheel is parallel to the axle.
7
8
5
Slide extensions outboard equal amounts, and
align holes at desired location.
2
(continued next page)
d. Install wheel nuts, and tighten to 220 ft·lbf (300
N·m) using the tightening sequence as shown.
NOTE
To avoid damage to wheel disks, do not
over-tighten wheel nuts.
e. Repeat sequence three times.
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STEP 5. INSTALL STEPS
a. Install two ½ in. x 1.0 hex bolts in upper holes in
platform. Do not thread in fully.
NOTE
Illustration shows widest tread width.
IMPORTANT
Caster wheels must be equidistant from
center of windrower.
A
B
C
d. Position bracket (A), and install bolts (B). The two
shorter bolts are installed at the back inboard
locations.
e. Install bottom bolts (C).
f. Tighten bolts as follows:
1. Snug bottom bolts (C).
2. Tighten and torque back bolts (B) to 330 ft·lbf
(447 N·m).
3. Tighten and torque bottom bolts (C) to 330
ft·lbf (447 N·m).
g. Lower windrower to ground.
b. Hang step assembly (both step assemblies are
the same) on bolts.
c. Install two ½ in. x 1.0 long hex bolts in lower holes
in step, and tighten.
d. Tighten upper bolts installed in step a.
e. Repeat for other step assembly.
IMPORTANT
Re-torque bolts after first 5, and 10
hours of operation.
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UNLOADING AND ASSEMBLY
STEP 7. INSTALL BATTERIES
STEP 6. INSTALL CENTER-LINK
a. Open the hood at the lowest position as follows:
MECHANICAL LINK - M150 ONLY
a. Remove clevis pin from center-link.
B
C
A
D
1. Locate latch (A) behind grill, and lift to release
hood.
2. Raise hood until strap (B), which should be
looped under hooks (C), stops it at
approximately a 40° angle.
b. Check battery disconnect switch (D) is turned off.
b. Position link between mounting brackets on front
frame, and attach at lower hole location.
c. Install clevis pin, and secure with hair pin.
HYDRAULIC LINK - M200 STD, M150 OPTION
c.
Open right hand (cab-forward) maintenance
platform.
d. Remove cable ties securing battery clamps and
cables to frame.
(continued next page)
The hydraulic center-link is supplied in a separate
kit that is included with the shipment. Refer to
installation instructions in the kit.
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G
J
H
F
E
G
e. Position new batteries on holder (E).
f.
RATING
GROUP
CCA
VOLT
MAX. DIMENSION
Heavy
Duty,
Off-Road,
Vibration
Resistant
BCI 31A
750
12
13 x 6.81 x 9.44 in.
(330 x 173 x 240 mm)
Install clamp (F) with bolts (G) provided, and
tighten securely.
IMPORTANT
BATTERY IS NEGATIVE GROUNDED.
Always connect starter cable to the
positive (+) terminal of battery and
battery ground cable to negative (-)
terminal of battery. Reversed polarity in
battery or alternator may result in
permanent damage to electrical
system.
g. Attach positive (red) cable clamps (J) to positive
post on batteries, and tighten. Reposition plastic
covers onto clamps.
h. Attach negative (black) cable clamps (H) to
negative post on batteries, and tighten clamps.
i. Move platform back to closed position.
j. Close engine compartment hood.
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UNLOADING AND ASSEMBLY
STEP 8. INSTALL AM/FM RADIO
B
X
Provision has been made for installation of AM/FM
radio. The mounting is designed to fit a DIN E
style radio with a depth of “X” = 161 mm, and
having a 5 mm threaded stud centered on the rear
for support.
d. Remove the cut-out by cutting the tabs (B) in the
panel. Remove sharp edges on panel.
F
Provision has been made for adjustments should
the radio fall outside these parameters.
G
a. Ensure the battery disconnect switch is turned to
the OFF position, and the ignition is turned to the
OFF position.
e. Locate receptacle (F) (supplied with radio) in
opening, and secure by bending tabs (G) on
receptacle against panel.
A
b. Remove radio panel by removing four screws (A).
H
E
f.
Insert radio into receptacle, and attach radio
bezel. Ensure radio locks into position, and
faceplate (H) is against the panel.
g. A six-pin connector for the radio is included in the
wiring harness.
D
C
c.
In order to mate properly with this connector, the
radio must have a six-pin connector (Packard
#2977042), and have a terminal arrangement as
follows:
Remove screw and nut (C) to remove support (D)
from panel. Retain metric nut (E) and lockwasher.
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h. Attach two additional wires in the wiring harness to
the radio:
1. Circuit 503 - Red with 1/4 in. female blade
terminal. This is a live wire provided for
powering a radio clock/memory, if these exist
on your radio.
2. Circuit 315 - Black ground wire attaches to
radio body.
i. Plug cable from antenna into radio.
STEP 9. INSTALL SLOW MOVING
VEHICLE (SMV) SIGN
NOTE
An approved radio package is available
from Radio Engineering Industries (REI)
of Omaha, Nebraska.
j.
k.
Attach stud (supplied with radio) to center rear of
radio.
Attach support (D)
to stud on back of
radio chassis with
lock washer and
metric nut (E) that
was supplied with
E
D
the support.
Install SMV sign in accordance with instructions
supplied with the kit.
Support can be
attached to chassis
in multiple locations
to allow for proper
mounting of radio.
l.
Reinstall radio panel with original screws.
D
J
K
m. Adjust bracket (J) if necessary by loosening nuts
(K) to allow radio to slide into opening, and
securely capture support (D).
n. Turn battery disconnect switch to ON position.
o. Turn ignition key to ACC, switch on the radio, and
check operation in accordance with instructions
supplied with the radio.
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STEP 10. ATTACH HEADER
D
A. HEADER ATTACHMENT - D SERIES
C
1. Remove pin (C) from boot (D).
A
B
E
D
C
IMPORTANT
To prevent damage to the lift system
when lowering header lift linkages
without a header or weight box
attached to windrower, ensure that float
engagement pin is installed in storage
location (A), and not installed at hole
location (B).
2. Locate boot (D) on lift linkage (E), and reinstall
pin (C). Pin may be installed from either side
of boot.
3. Secure pin (C) with hairpin.
4. Repeat for opposite lift linkage.
a. If not installed, attach draper header boots
(supplied with header) to windrower lift linkage as
follows:
DANGER
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
F
b. Remove hairpin on pins (F) and remove pins from
header legs.
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MECHANICAL LINK - M150
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
DANGER
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
HEADER UP
H
K
J
HEADER DOWN
c.
Start the engine, and activate HEADER DOWN
switch on the GSL to fully retract header lift
cylinders.
D
1. Loosen nut (H) and rotate barrel (J) to adjust
length so that link lines up with header
bracket.
2. Install pin (K) and secure with cotter pin.
3. Adjust link to required length for proper
header angle by rotating barrel (J). Tighten
nut (H) against barrel. A slight tap with a
hammer is sufficient.
4. Start engine, and proceed to step g.
HYDRAULIC LINK WITHOUT SELF-ALIGNMENT
KIT - M200 STD, M150 OPTION
G
1. Stop engine.
d. Slowly drive windrower forward so that boots (D)
enter header legs (G). Continue to drive slowly
forward until linkages contact support plates in the
lower header legs, and header nudges forward.
e. Check that linkages are properly engaged in
header legs, contacting support plates.
f. Connect center-link as follows:
2. Relocate the pin at the frame linkage as
required to position the hook over the header
pin.
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HYDRAULIC LINK
ALIGNMENT KIT
REEL DOWN
HEADER
TILT DOWN
WITH
OPTIONAL
SELF-
REEL UP
HEADER TILT UP
3. Start engine, and activate HEADER TILT
switches on GSL to extend or retract centerlink cylinder so that the hook lines up with the
header attachment pin.
4. Stop engine.
HEADER
TILT DOWN
HEADER TILT UP
1. Adjust the position of the center-link cylinder
with the REEL UP and REEL DOWN
switches, and HEADER TILT switches on the
GSL to position the hook above the header
attachment pin.
K
5. Push down on rod end of link cylinder (K) until
hook engages pin on header, and is locked.
6. Check that center-link is locked onto header
by pulling upward on rod end of cylinder.
CAUTION
2. Lower the center-link onto the header with
REEL DOWN switch until it locks into position
(handle is down).
g. Raise the header fully with the HEADER UP
switch on the GSL. Stop engine, and remove key.
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
7. Start engine, and proceed to step g.
DANGER
To avoid bodily injury from fall of raised
header, always engage header lift cylinder
stops when working on or around raised
header.
h. Engage lift cylinder stops on both lift cylinders.
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o. The M150 and M200 Windrowers may not be
factory equipped with D Series header and reel
hydraulics as shown below.
H
• If not equipped, proceed to step p. to install
kit.
• If equipped, go to step q. to connect to
header.
D
G
i.
j.
Install pin (D) through header leg, (engaging Ubracket in header leg) on both sides.
Raise header stand (G) to storage position, by
pulling pin (H), and lifting stand into uppermost
position. Release pin (H).
NOTE
Windrowers equipped with D-Series
hydraulics have four header drive
hoses on the LH side, and up to five
reel drive hoses on the RH side.
J
K
HEADER DRIVE
k.
l.
Remove pin from storage position (J) in linkages
on both sides, and insert in hole (K) to engage
float springs. Secure with hairpin.
Disengage lift cylinder stops.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
m. Start engine, and activate HEADER DOWN switch
on GSL to lower header fully.
DANGER
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
n. Stop engine, and remove key.
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p. If required, configure the M150 or M200 to run a
D-Series draper header by installing a reel drive /
lift kit. See table below for appropriate kit(s). The
kits include all necessary hardware and
installation instructions, and should have been
provided with the windrower shipment.
N
REEL DRIVE / LIFT KIT
M150
B5426
M200
B5426 and B4651
q. Connect header drive hydraulics, and electrical
harness to header as follows:
1. Check connectors and clean if required.
N
9. Lower lever (N) and engage in down position.
O
P
2. Disengage and rotate lever (N) counter
clockwise to fully up position.
3. Remove cap (O) securing electrical connector
to frame.
4. Move hose bundle (P) from tractor around
hose support on header.
ELECTRICAL
r.
Check that hose support is positioned so that top
bolt is midway in slot, and lower bolt is in forward
hole. Loosen bolts and adjust as required.
(continued next page)
KNIFE DRIVE
CASE DRAIN
(DOUBLE KNIFE)
RETURN
DRAPER DRIVE
5. Push hose connectors onto mating receptacle
until collar on receptacle snaps into lock
position.
6. Remove cover on electrical receptacle.
7. Push electrical connector onto receptacle, and
turn collar on connector to lock it in place.
8. Attach cover to mating cover on tractor wiring
harness.
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s.
Connect reel hydraulics (Q) as follows:
Q
S
Q
T
4. Remove hose bundle with multi-coupler (Q)
from tractor, position onto header receptacle,
and push handle (T) to engage pins on
connector.
5. Push handle away from hoses until lock
button (S) snaps out.
1. Check connectors, and clean if required.
CAUTION
R
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
t.
T
Start engine, and raise and lower header and reel
a few times, to allow trapped air to pass back to
the reservoir.
S
2. Open cover (R) on header receptacle.
3. Push in lock button (S), and pull handle (T) to
“half open” position.
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B. HEADER ATTACHMENT - A SERIES
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
HEADER UP
B
HEADER DOWN
A
b. Start engine, and activate HEADER DOWN switch
on the GSL to fully retract header lift cylinders.
a. Remove hairpin from pin (A), and remove pin from
left and right header boots (B).
E
C
B
D
c.
Slowly drive windrower forward so that feet (E) on
windrower enter boots (B) on the header.
Continue to drive slowly forward until feet engage
the boots, and header nudges forward.
(continued next page)
IMPORTANT
To prevent damage to the lift system
when lowering header lift linkages
without a header or weight box
attached to windrower, ensure that float
engagement pin is installed in storage
location (C), and not installed at hole
location (D).
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d. Connect center-link as follows:
HYDRAULIC LINK WITHOUT SELF-ALIGNMENT
KIT - M200 STD, M150 OPTION
MECHANICAL LINK - M150
1. Stop engine, and remove key.
DANGER
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
1. Stop engine, and remove key.
H
G
2. Relocate the pin at the frame linkage as
required to position the hook over the header
pin.
F
2. Loosen nut (F), and rotate barrel (G) to adjust
length so that other end lines up with header
bracket.
3. Install pin (H), and secure with cotter pins.
4. Adjust link to required length for proper
header angle by rotating barrel (G). Tighten
nut (F) against barrel. A slight tap with a
hammer is sufficient.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
5. Start engine, and proceed to step e.
HEADER
TILT DOWN
HEADER TILT UP
3. Start engine, and activate HEADER TILT
switches on GSL to extend or retract centerlink cylinder so that the hook lines up with the
header attachment pin.
4. Stop engine.
5. Push down on rod end of link cylinder until
hook engages pin on header and is locked.
6. Check that center-link is locked onto header
by pulling upward on rod end of cylinder.
7. Start engine, and proceed to step e.
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HYDRAULIC LINK
ALIGNMENT KIT
WITH
OPTIONAL
SELF-
A
REEL DOWN
REEL UP
HEADER UP
HEADER
TILT DOWN
HEADER TILT UP
g. Install pin (A) through each boot and foot, and
secure with hairpin.
IMPORTANT
Ensure pin (A) is fully inserted, and
hairpin is installed behind bracket on
boot.
HEADER DOWN
1. Adjust the position of the center-link cylinder
with the REEL UP and REEL DOWN
switches, and HEADER TILT switches on the
GSL to position the hook above the header
attachment pin.
K
J
h. Remove lynch pin from pin (J) in stand (K).
i. Hold stand and remove pin (J).
j. Reposition stand to storage position by inverting
stand, and re-locating on bracket as shown.
Reinsert pin (J), and secure with lynch pin.
2. Lower the center-link onto the header with
REEL DOWN switch, until it locks into position
(handle is down).
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
L
e. Raise the header fully with the HEADER UP
switch on the GSL. Stop engine, and remove key.
DANGER
M
To avoid bodily injury from fall of raised
header, always engage header lift cylinder
stops when working on or around raised
header.
f.
k.
Engage lift cylinder stops on both lift cylinders.
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Remove pin from storage position (L) in linkages
on both sides, and insert in hole (M) to engage
float springs. Secure with lynch pin.
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l.
Disengage lift cylinder stops.
CAUTION
RETURN
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
m. Start engine, and activate HEADER DOWN switch
on GSL to lower header fully. Stop engine, and
remove key.
CASE DRAIN
HEADER DRIVE
A30S and A30D
TO WINDROWER
n. The M150 Windrower is factory equipped with A
Series header hydraulics and electrical harness as
shown above. Proceed to step p.
A40D
NOTE
If M200 Windrower is not similarly
equipped, go to step o.
o. If required, configure the M200 to run an auger
header by installing Kit B4651. The kit includes all
necessary hardware and installation instructions,
and should have been provided with the
windrower shipment.
p. Connect hydraulics and electrical harness as
shown in opposite column.
Refer to the A30S, A30D, and A40D Auger SelfPropelled Windrower Header Unloading and
Assembly Instructions, or the A30S and A30D
Pull-Type Mower Conditioners, and A30S, A30D
and A40D Self-Propelled Auger Headers
Operator’s Manual for detailed procedures.
q. Check that hose support is positioned so that top
bolt is midway in slot, and lower bolt is in forward
hole. Loosen bolts, and adjust as required.
IMPORTANT
Ensure hose bundles are clear of tire.
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C. HEADER ATTACHMENT - R SERIES
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
HEADER UP
B
HEADER DOWN
A
b. Start the engine and activate HEADER DOWN
button on the GSL to fully retract header lift
cylinders.
a. Remove hairpin from pin (A), and remove pin from
on left and right header boots (B) on header.
E
C
D
B
c.
IMPORTANT
To prevent damage to the lift system
when lowering header lift linkages
without a header or weight box
attached to windrower, ensure that float
engagement pin is installed in storage
location (C), and not installed at hole
location (D).
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Slowly drive windrower forward so that feet (E) on
windrower enter boots (B) on the header.
Continue to drive slowly forward until feet engage
the boots, and header nudges forward.
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HYDRAULIC LINK WITHOUT SELF-ALIGNMENT
KIT - M200 STD, M150 OPTION
d. Connect center-link as follows:
1. Stop engine, and remove key.
MECHANICAL LINK - M150
DANGER
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
1. Stop engine, and remove key.
A
2. Relocate the pin at the frame linkage as
required to position the hook over the header
pin.
B
2. Loosen nut (A), and rotate barrel (B) to adjust
length so that other end lines up with header
bracket.
HEADER
TILT DOWN
HEADER TILT UP
B
3. Start engine, and activate HEADER TILT
switches on GSL to extend or retract centerlink cylinder so that the hook lines up with the
header attachment pin.
C
E
3. Install clevis pin (C) and secure with cotter
pin.
4. Adjust link to required length for proper
header angle by rotating barrel (B). Tighten
nut (A) against barrel. A slight tap with a
hammer is sufficient.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
5. Start engine, and proceed to step e.
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D
4. Push down on rod end of link cylinder (D) until
hook engages pin (E) on header and is
locked.
5. Check that center-link is locked onto header
by pulling upward on rod end of cylinder.
6. Start engine, and proceed to step e.
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HYDRAULIC LINK
ALIGNMENT KIT
WITH
OPTIONAL
SELF-
A
REEL DOWN
REEL UP
HEADER UP
HEADER
TILT DOWN
HEADER TILT UP
g. Install pin (A) through each boot and foot and
secure with hairpin.
HEADER DOWN
IMPORTANT
Ensure pin (A) is fully inserted and
hairpin is installed behind bracket on
boot.
1. Adjust the position of the center-link cylinder
with the REEL UP and REEL DOWN
switches, and HEADER TILT switches on the
GSL to position the hook above the header
attachment pin.
H
J
G
F
h. Remove pin from storage position (H) in linkages
on both sides and insert at location (J) to engage
float springs. Secure with hairpin.
i. Disengage lift cylinder stops.
2. Lower the center-link (F) with the REEL
DOWN switch onto the header pin (G) until it
locks into position (handle is down).
e. Raise the header fully with the HEADER UP
switch on the GSL. Stop engine, and remove key.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
DANGER
j.
To avoid bodily injury from fall of raised
header, always engage header lift cylinder
stops when working on or around raised
header.
f.
Start engine, and activate HEADER DOWN switch
on GSL to lower header fully. Stop engine, and
remove key.
DANGER
Stop engine, and engage lift cylinder stops on
both lift cylinders.
Stop engine, and remove key from ignition
before leaving operator's seat for any reason.
A child or even a pet could engage an idling
machine.
(continued next page)
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PRESSURE
RETURN
CASE DRAIN
k.
The M200 Windrower is factory equipped with R
Series rotary header hydraulics and electrical
harness as shown above. Proceed to step m.
NOTE
If M150 Windrower is not similarly
equipped, go to step l to install kit.
ELECTRICAL
13 FT
PRESSURE
CASE DRAIN
NOTE
Windrowers equipped with R-Series
hydraulics have three hoses.
If required, configure the M150 to run an R-Series
rotary header by installing Kit B4657. The kit
includes all necessary hardware and installation
instructions, and should have been provided with
the windrower shipment.
m. Connect hydraulics and electrical harness as
shown below. Refer to the R80 Rotary Disc SelfPropelled Windrower Header Unloading and
Assembly Instructions, or the R80 Rotary Disc
Self-Propelled Header Operator’s Manual for
detailed procedures.
RETURN
l.
ELECTRICAL
16 FT
HEADER CONNECTIONS
RETURN
PRESSURE
n. Check that hose support is positioned so that
lower bolt is in forward hole, and support is
positioned as shown. Loosen bolts and adjust as
required.
M200
IMPORTANT
Ensure hose bundles are clear of tire.
PRESSURE
M150
WINDROWER CONNECTIONS
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STEP 11. LUBRICATE MACHINE
Recommended Lubricant
SPEC
DESCRIPTION
USE
SAE MultiPurpose
High Temp. Extreme
Pressure (EP2)
Performance With 1% Max
Molybdenum Disulphide
(NLGI Grade 2)
Lithium Base
As Required
Unless
Otherwise
Specified
a. Wipe grease fitting with a clean cloth before
greasing, to avoid injecting dirt and grit.
b. Inject grease through fitting with grease gun until
grease overflows fitting, except where noted.
c. Leave excess grease on fitting to keep out dirt.
d. Replace any loose or broken fittings immediately.
e. If fitting will not take grease, remove and clean
thoroughly. Also clean lubricant passageway.
Replace fitting if necessary.
f. Refer to the following illustrations for identifying
the various locations that require lubrication.
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Lubrication Points
High Temp. Extreme Pressure
(EP2) Performance With 1%
Max Molybdenum Disulphide
(NLGI Grade 2).Lithium Base
TOP LINK - TWO FITTINGS
(BOTH SIDES)
WALKING BEAM PIVOT)
FORMED CASTER WHEEL BEARING
1 PLACE (BOTH WHEELS)
CASTER PIVOT
(BOTH SIDES)
FORKED CASTER SPINDLE BEARINGS
TWO PLACES (BOTH WHEELS)
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STEP 12. PROGRAM CAB DISPLAY
MODULE (CDM)
Proceed as follows to program the CDM:
IMPORTANT
Header must be attached to the
windrower so that the CDM can detect
the type of header (Header ID), and
adjust
the
programming
mode
accordingly.
The monitoring system requires programming for
each header and the header must be attached
to the windrower so that the CDM recognizes the
type of header.
Programming the system may be accomplished
with or without the engine running. If the engine is
running, the transmission must be in neutral. If
the engine is not running, the ignition must be on.
a. Turn ignition key to RUN, or start the engine.
b. Press PROGRAM and SELECT switches together
on CDM to enter programming mode. Header ID
code is displayed.
c. Press SELECT. TRACTOR SETUP? is displayed.
d. Press
. SET KNIFE SPEED? is displayed.
e. Press SELECT until DWA INSTALLED? is
displayed.
f. Press
or
.
g. Press SELECT to advance to the next L1 item.
h. Press PROGRAM to exit programming mode.
i. Refer to Detailed Programming Instructions on
following pages.
Exit programming mode at any time by pressing
the PROGRAM switch or by turning off the
ignition.
The system only needs to be programmed once
for each header. The operator may make
changes later on to a particular setting to suit
windrowing conditions or modifications to the
machine.
Most functions have been preprogrammed at the factory but can be changed by
the operator if required.
The following functions can be programmed by the
dealer provided he has the applicable information
from the operator and the header is installed:
•
•
•
•
NOTE
The functions requiring programming
are highlighted with
in the
Programming Instructions.
DWA INSTALLED
HDR CUT WIDTH
HAY CONDITIONER INSTALLED
CALIBRATE SENSORS
NOTE
If necessary, refer to the M150, M200
Windrower Operator’s Manual for
programming CDM to specific crop
types and conditions.
SIDE DISPLAY
Displays Software Revision Status
Upper Line - D### (CDM)
Lower Line - C### (WCM)
MAIN DISPLAY
Displays Menu Item and Selection
Upper Line - Menu Item
Lower Line - Selection
SELECT SWITCH
Places Monitor Into Program
Mode With PROGRAM SWITCH
Press to Accept Menu Item and
Advance to Next Item.
PROGRAM SWITCH
Places Monitor Into Program Mode
Press While Depressing SELECT Switch
Press To Exit Program Mode.
MENU ITEM SCROLL BACKWARD
Displays Value Under Menu Item
Push To Scroll Backward.
Keep Depressed For Fast Scroll. *
MENU ITEM SCROLL FORWARD
Displays Value Under Menu Item
Push To Scroll Forward.
Keep Depressed For Fast Scroll. *
* Fast scroll applies only when changing KNIFE SPEED, OVERLOAD PRESSURE, and TIRE SIZE
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DETAILED PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
(Key On / Engine Running or Not / Header Disengaged).
(Press PROGRAM and SELECT on CDM to enter programming mode).
Programming Menu Flow Chart
L1 D x x x || T R A C T O R
S E T U P?
NO / Y E S
L2 C x x x ||
C A B
L1
L2
C x x x || S E T
M x x x ||
L1
L2
or
L1
L2
C x x x || K N I F E
O V E R L O A D
1 0 0 0
S PM
M x x x ||
C x x x || D I S K
M x x x ||
L1
L2
C x x x || O V E R L O A D
P R E S S U R E ?
4 0 0 0
P S I
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || H E A D E R
I N D E X
MOD E ?
R E E L
&
CON V E Y O R
M x x x ||
R E E L
ON L Y
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || R E T U R N
T O
C U T
MO D E ?
H E I G H T
&
T I L T
M x x x ||
H E I G H T
O N L Y
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || A U T O
M x x x ||
M x x x ||
L1
L2
C x x x || D W A
M x x x ||
K N I F E
1 2 0 0
If "NO" then jump to:
D I S P L A Y
S E T U P ?
S P E E D ?
S PM
O V E R L O A D
2 0 0 0
R PM
R A I S E
4 . 0
O F F
When the programming mode is entered the
header ID will be displayed on the top line of the
CDM using the last 4 display positions.
S P D ?
S P D ?
Pressing "SELECT" will go to the next line 1
(L1) menu selection. The turn signal "arrow"
keys are used to change the values. Pressing
"PROGRAM" at any time will cancel the
programming mode / menus and return back to
the main operating displays.
H E I GH T ?
+
+
The auto raise setting can be changed from 4.0
(min.) to 10.0 (max.) in 0.5 increments OFF
disables the auto raise function.
If "NO" then jump to:
H E A D E R
C U T W I D T H ?
I N S T A L L E D ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || S W A P
M x x x ||
L1
L2
C x x x || D W A
M x x x ||
DWA
CO N T RO L S ?
NO / Y E S
A U T O
U P
/
NO / Y E S
D OWN ?
Swaps the GSL reel fore / aft with the DWA console
controls. If NO jump to DWA AUTO UP & DOWN?
Enables the express up and down feature with the
header RTC. If NO jump to HEADER CUT WIDTH?
L1
L2
C x x x || T I L T
M x x x ||
C Y L
I N S T A L L E D ?
NO / Y E S
Appears for M150 ONLY - If "NO" then jump to:
H E A D E R
C U T W I D T H ?
L1
L2
C x x x || D I S C
M x x x ||
B L K
I N S T A L L E D ?
NO / Y E S
If "NO" then jump to:
H E A D E R
C U T W I D T H ?
L1
L2
C x x x || H D R
M x x x ||
C U T
W I D T H ?
2 0 . 5
F E E T
L1
L2
C x x x || H A Y
M x x x ||
CO N D I T I O N E R ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || A U G E R
M x x x ||
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
C
M
M
M
M
M
L1
L2
C x x x || S E T
M x x x ||
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
H D R
R E E L
R PM / M P H
R PM / K P H
|| S E T
T I R E
||
1 8 . 4 X
||
1 8 . 4 X
||
2 3 . 1 X
||
6 0 0 - 6
||
5 8 0 / 7
2
2
2
5
0
0 1 0 1
Use the "arrow" keys to set the header cut
width. The header ID appears at the RHS.
DRAPER HEADER ONLY. Default will be
flashing. Use "arrow" keys to select.
AUGER HEADER ONLY
For IMPERIAL display.
For METRIC display.
S P D
S I Z E ?
6
T U R F
6
B A R
6
T U R F
R 2 8
R 2 6
T U R F
E NG I N E
I S C
NO / Y E S
Pressing "SELECT" will go to the next line 1
(L1) menu selection. The turn signal "arrow"
keys are used to change the values.
R PM ?
S E T
L1
L2
C x x x || P R E S S
H A Z A R D
R PM
O F F
M x x x || I S C
L1
L2
C x x x || P R E S S
H A Z A R D
T O
R PM
2 0 0 0
M x x x || I S C
S E T
L1
L2
C x x x || P R E S S
H A Z A R D
T O
R PM
1 9 0 0
M x x x || I S C
S E T
L1
L2
C x x x || P R E S S
H A Z A R D
T O
R PM
1 8 0 0
M x x x || I S C
S E T
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
T O
E NG I N E
I S C ?
NO / Y E S
If "NO" then jump to:
CO N T RO L
L O C K S ?
S E T
This is used to set the Intermediate Speed
Control function for the engine. The default or
last selected rpm will be displayed first and will
be flashing.
The "arrow" keys are used to cycle between the
selections. When "SELECT" is pressed the
program goes to the EXIT ENGINE ISC? menu
selection.
P R E S S
If "NO" then jump to:
H A Z A R D
T O
S E T
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L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
C x x x || S E T
M x x x ||
CON T RO L
L OC K S ?
NO / Y E S
V I EW
L1
L2
T I L T
C x x x || H E A D E R
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
F L O A T
C x x x || H E A D E R
M x x x ||
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
L1
L2
F OR E / A F T
C x x x || R E E L
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || D R A P E R
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || A U G E R
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
or
L1
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || K N I F E
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || R E E L
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
If "NO" then jump to:
CON T RO L
L OC K S ?
This menu allows the operator to selectably "lock
out" the control functions for the various header
functions. The default or selected "status" for
each item will flash.
The "arrow" keys are used to ENABLE or LOCK
OUT each function. Pressing "SELECT" will go
to the next L1 menu item.
C x x x || D I S K
S P E E D
E N AB L E D / L OC K E D
M x x x ||
C x x x || V I E W
M x x x ||
CON T RO L
NO / Y E S
CON T RO L
NO / Y E S
L OC K S ?
L OC K S ?
E X I T
L1
L2
L2
T I L T
C x x x || H E A D E R
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
F L O A T
C x x x || H E A D E R
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
E N A B L E D
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
F OR E / A F T
C x x x || R E E L
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
E N A B L E D
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || D R A P E R
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
E N A B L E D
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
L OC K E D
M x x x ||
L1
L2
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || A U G E R
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
M x x x ||
E N A B L E D
L OC K E D
L1
L2
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || K N I F E
M x x x ||
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
M x x x ||
E N A B L E D
L OC K E D
L1
L2
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || D I S K
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
M x x x ||
E N A B L E D
L OC K E D
L1
L2
L2
S P E E D
C x x x || R E E L
5 7 5 . 1
H R S
M x x x ||
M x x x ||
6 4 8 . 6
H R S
E N A B L E D
L OC K E D
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
If "NO" then jump to:
T R A C T OR
S E T U P?
E N A B L E D
L OC K E D
V I EW
L OC KOU T S ?
NO / Y E S
T R A C T OR
NO / Y E S
If "NO" then jump to:
H E AD E R
T I L T
S E T U P?
S E T
When the control lock outs are viewed the lower
display line (L2) will show the engine hours and
either ENABLED or LOCKED to indicate the
present status along with the engine hours at
which time the function was either ENABLED or
LOCKED.
Using the "arrow" keys allows the operator to
select the various functions. Pressing "SELECT"
will go to the EXIT VIEW LOCKOUTS? menu
selection.
If "NO" then jump to:
H E AD E R
T I L T
If "NO" then jump to:
K N I F E
S P E E D ?
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L1 C x x x || C A B
L2 M x x x ||
If "NO" then jump to:
C A L I B R A T E
S E N S OR S ?
D I S P L A Y
S E T U P ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
L2
L ANGU AG E ?
C x x x || D I S P L A Y
E NG L I S H
M x x x ||
E S P ANO L
M x x x ||
Use the "arrow" keys to change the default
language. Pressing "SELECT" goes to the next
L1 menu selection.
L1
L2
L2
U N I T S ?
C x x x || D I S P L A Y
I MP E R I A L
M x x x ||
ME T R I C
M x x x ||
The "arrow" keys are used to select between
IMPERIAL or METRIC. The default value will be
displayed first.
L1
L2
C x x x || C D M
M x x x ||
B U Z Z E R
V O L UM E
▂ ▂ ▃ ▅ ▆ ▇
L1
L2
C x x x || C D M
M x x x ||
B AC K L I GH T I NG
▂ ▂ ▃ ▅ ▆ ▇
L1
L2
C x x x || C D M
M x x x ||
CON T R A S T
▂ ▂ ▃ ▅ ▆ ▇
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
D I S P L A Y
NO / Y E S
S E T U P ?
S E N S OR S ?
L1 C x x x || C A L I B R A T E
NO / Y E S
L2 M x x x ||
x
x
x
x
x
|| T O
||
||
||
|| E X I
C A L
H E A
H E
H E A
T
C
I
D
A
D
A
B
E
D
E
L
R A T E
S
R
H E I G
E R
T I L
R
F L O A
?
NO /
E L E C T
H T
T
T
Y E S
C
M
M
M
M
L1
L2
S E N S OR
C A L
C x x x || H E I G H T
H D R
T O
S T A R T
M x x x || R A I S E
L1
L2
L2
H E I GH T
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
H E A D E R
HO L D
M x x x || R A I S E
R A I S E
DON E
M x x x || H E A D E R
L1
L2
L2
H E I GH T
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
H E A D E R
HO L D
M x x x || L O W E R
S E N S OR
COM P L E T E
M x x x || H T
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
C
M
M
M
M
L1
L2
T I L T
S E N S OR
C A L
C x x x || H D R
T L T
T O
S T A R T
M x x x || E X T E N D
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
T I L T
M x x x || E X T E N D
T I L T
M x x x || E X T E N D
L1
L2
L2
T I L T
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
T I L T
HO L D
M x x x || R E T R A C T
T I L T
COMP L E T E
M x x x || H D R
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
C
M
M
M
M
L1
L2
F L O A T
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
F L T +
T O
S T A R T
M x x x || P R E S S
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
( + )
M x x x || F L O A T
( + )
M x x x || F L O A T
L1
L2
L2
C x x x || C A L I B R A T I N G
F L O A T
( - )
HO L D
M x x x || F L O A T
F L O A T
COMP L E T E
M x x x || H D R
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
|| T O
||
||
||
|| E X I
|| T O
||
||
||
|| E X I
C A L
H E A
H E
H E A
T
C
C A L
H E A
H E
H E A
T
C
I
D
A
D
A
I
D
A
D
A
B
E
D
E
L
B
E
D
E
L
If "NO" then jump to:
D I S P L A Y
L A NGU AG E ?
If "NO" then jump to:
D I AGNO S T I C
MOD E ?
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
The "arrow" keys are used to change the CDM
buzzer volume, CDM backlighting or the CDM
contrast, with the bar graph indicating the
relative level for each item. When "SELECT" is
pressed the program goes to the EXIT
DISPLAY SETUP? menu selection.
R A T E
S
R
H E I G
E R
T I L
R
F L O A
?
NO /
E L E C T
H T
T
T
Y E S
T I L T
HO L D
DON E
R A T E
S
R
H E I G
E R
T I L
R
F L O A
?
NO /
E L E C T
H T
T
T
Y E S
F L O A T
HO L D
DON E
The operator can select any of the three items requiring
calibration (or exit the CAL menu) by using the turn signal
switches to cycle through the choices. Pressing SELECT will
take the operator to the calibration menu for that particular
sensor.
The display will indicate the sensor being calibrated. The
operator will be prompted to raise the header and HOLD will
flash until the system has completed reading in the signal with
the header fully raised. HOLD will change to DONE (with
buzzer).
When the header raise is done, the CDM will prompt the user to
lower the header. COMPLETE (with buzzer) will flash on the
screen for 2 seconds when the calibration is finished.
The operator can select any of the three items requiring
calibration (or exit the CAL menu) by using the turn signal
switches to cycle through the choices. Pressing SELECT will
take the operator to the calibration menu for that particular
sensor.
The display will indicate the sensor being calibrated. The
operator will be prompted to extend the header tilt and HOLD will
flash until the system has completed reading in the signal with
the header tilt fully extended. HOLD will change to DONE (with
buzzer).
When the header tilt extend is done, the CDM will prompt the
user to press the header tilt retract. COMPLETE (with buzzer)
will flash on the screen for 2 seconds when the calibration is
finished.
The operator can select any of the three items requiring
calibration (or exit the CAL menu) by using the turn signal
switches to cycle through the choices. Pressing SELECT will
take the operator to the calibration menu for that particular
sensor.
The display will indicate the sensor being calibrated. The
operator will be prompted to press the float (+) and HOLD will
flash until the system has completed reading in the signal with
the header float fully extended. HOLD will change to DONE (with
buzzer).
When the header float (+) is done, the CDM will prompt the user
to press the header float (-). COMPLETE (with buzzer) will flash
on the screen for 2 seconds when the calibration is finished.
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L2
L2
L2
L1
L2
C
M
M
M
M
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
|| T O
||
||
||
|| E X I
C A L
H E A
H E
H E A
T
C
I
D
A
D
A
B
E
D
E
L
R A T E
S
R
H E I G
E R
T I L
R
F L O A
?
NO /
MOD E ?
L1 C x x x || D I A G N O S T I C
L2 M x x x ||
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || V I E W
M x x x ||
L1
L2
Select any of the sensors by using the turn signal switches to
cycle through the choices. Pressing SELECT will take the
operator to the calibration menu for that particular sensor. NO is
the default for EXIT CAL?. If "NO" then jump to:
T O
C A L I B R A T E
E R ROR
COD E S ?
NO / Y E S
E N T E R
C x x x ||
|| V I E W
M x x x ||
L1
L2
E
1 ||
|| 1 2 3 4 . 5
4 7 || S E N S O R
L1
L2
E
2 ||
H R S
1 2 3
|| 1 2 3 0 . 5
7 1 || L O W H Y D R A U L I C
O I L
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
T R A C T O R
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || V I E W
M x x x ||
E NG I N E
COD E S ?
NO / Y E S
T R A C T O R
NO / Y E S
V I EW
H R S
1 2 3
V O L T S
L OW
COD E S ?
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
E NG I N E
COD E S ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
E R ROR
COD E S ?
NO / Y E S
If "NO" then jump to:
S E N S OR
S E T U P ?
The last 10 distinct error codes are stored.
If "NO" then jump to the first engine error code
logged.
V I EW
S E T U P ?
R E A D
S P E E D
S E N S O R
C x x x || K N I F E
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
S P E E D
S E N S OR
C x x x || R E E L
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
C x x x || H E A D E R
H T
S E N S OR
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
T I L T
S E N S O R
C x x x || H E A D E R
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
F L O A T
S E N S O R
C x x x || H E A D E R
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
C x x x || O V E R L O A D
P R E S S U R E
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
O I L
T EMP
S E N S O R
C x x x || H Y D
M x x x ||
E N A B L E / D I S A B L E
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
If "NO" then jump to:
T R A C T OR
C O D E S ?
If "NO" then jump to:
S E N S OR
I N P U T S ?
The operator can select each sensor and
selectively enable or disable the sensor. This can
be used to disable a failed sensor to eliminate
false or erratic display readings.
When "SELECT" is pressed the program goes to
the EXIT SENSOR SETUP? menu selection.
S E N S OR
S E T U P ?
NO / Y E S
K N I F E
If "NO" then jump to:
S P E E D
S E N S O R
If "NO" then jump to:
A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I ON S ?
S E N S O R
I N P U T S ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
I N P U T
C x x x || S E N S O R
M x x x || H D R
H E I GH T
3 . 5 9
V
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || H D R
A NG L E
1 . 8 4
V
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
M x x x || 2 . 4 5
V
2 . 8 4
V
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || K N I F E
S P E E D
1 2 3
H Z
L1
L2
I N P U T
C x x x || S E N S O R
M x x x ||
R E E L
S P E E D
1 2 3
H Z
L1
L2
I N P U T
C x x x || S E N S O R
M x x x || W H E E L
S P E E D
1 2 3
H Z
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || H Y D
O I L
T EMP
1 . 0 0
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
I N P U T
F L O A T
If "NO" then jump to the first error code logged.
E N T E R
L1
L2
C x x x || R E A D
M x x x ||
If "NO" then jump to:
E NG I N E
C O D E S ?
The last 10 distinct error codes are stored along
with the code #, Exxx, engine hours and number
of occurrences. The "arrow" keys are used to
cycle between codes.
L1
L2
S E N S O R
NO / Y E S
If "NO" then jump to:
S E N S OR
S E T U P ?
COD E S ?
1 ||
H R S
1 2 3
|| 1 2 3 4 . 5
4 4 9 || F U E L
P R E S S U R E
H I G H
C x x x || E N T E R
M x x x ||
S E L E C T
If "NO" then jump to:
T R A C T OR
S E T U P?
L1
L2
L1
L2
L1
L2
E L E C T
H T
T
T
Y E S
R E A D
S E N S OR S ?
NO / Y E S
For diagnostic purposes each sensors input
signal can be read. This helps in determining
how each sensor is operating and if the proper
output voltages are being received by the control
system.
When "SELECT" is pressed the program goes to the
EXIT READ SENSORS? menu selection.
V
If "NO" then jump to:
S E N S OR
I N P U T
H D R
H E I G H T
3 . 5 9
V
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L1
L2
L1
L2
Form 169018
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
H E I G H T
M x x x || H D R
S E N S O R
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || H D R
ANG L E
S E N S O R
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
M x x x || 2 . 4 5
V
I N P U T
F L O A T
S E N S O R
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || K N I F E
S P E E D
S E N S O R
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x ||
R E E L
S P E E D
S E N S O R
L1
L2
C x x x || S E N S O R
I N P U T
M x x x || H Y D
O I L
T EMP
S E N S O R
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I O N S ?
M x x x ||
NO / Y E S
F O R C E
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
M x x x || H E A D E R
F U N C T I O N S ?
D OWN / U P
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
M x x x ||
R E E L
F U N C T I O N S ?
D OWN / U P
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
M x x x || H D R
T I L T
F U N C T I O N S ?
I N / O U T
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I O N S ?
M x x x || K N I F E
D R I V E
O N
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I O N S ?
M x x x || D R A P E R / A U G E R
O N
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I O N S ?
M x x x ||
R E E L
F O R E / A F T
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
F U N C T I O N S ?
M x x x ||
DWA
D R I V E
O N
L1
L2
C x x x || A C T I V A T E
H Y D
M x x x ||
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || T O
AC T I V A T E
P U RG E
M x x x || P R E S S
AN D
HO L D
L1
L2
C x x x || P U R G E
M x x x || P R E S S
C Y C L E
S T A R T E D
AN D
HO L D
L1
L2
C x x x || P U R G E
M x x x ||
C Y C L E
E N D E D
L1
L2
C x x x || P U R G E
M x x x ||
NO
C Y C L E
E X I T
E N D E D
Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
C x x x || F O R C E
M x x x ||
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
PWM OPERATION: If the HAZARD switch is
pressed instead of the TURN SIGNAL switch the
GSL will operate the PWM valve (HAZARD sw
must be held) and the PWM value will reset to
zero when released.
The DWA menu selection should only be
available if the DWA INSTALLED? is set to YES.
ACTIVATE HYD PURGE - This is to allow the operator
to purge the air from a new or changed pump system.
Pressing and holding the right hand "arrow" button
activates a predetermined timed purge cycle.
Releasing pressure on the switch or a completed cycle
(timed out) will jump to the PURGE CYCLE ENDED
menu selection.
M E N U ?
If "NO" then jump to:
H E AD E R
C
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
H E AD E R
T Y P E ?
NO / Y E S
L1
L2
C x x x || E X I T
M x x x ||
D I AG NO S T I C S ?
NO / Y E S
D
E
G
G
S
E
A
E
E
E
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D OWN / U P
If "NO" then jump to:
E X I T
L1
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
L2
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If a disk header is detected then the nomeclature
should read: DISC DRIVE instead of KNIFE
DRIVE.
T Y P E ?
|| S E L E C T
H E A
||
D I S K
H
||
S K
AU
||
D K
AU
||
G R A S S
||
2 0
F T
S K
||
2 5
F T
S K
||
3 0
F T
S K
||
3 5
F T
S K
||
1 5
F T
D K
||
2 0
F T
D K
||
2 5
F T
D K
||
3 0
F T
D K
||
3 5
F T
D K
||
4 0
F T
D K
If "NO" then jump to:
H E AD E R
T Y P E ?
For diagnostic purposes each header function
can be activated by using the "arrow" keys on the
CDM. When "SELECT" is pressed the program
will go to the next function that can be activated.
P U RG E ?
F U N C T I ON
NO / Y E S
H E AD E R
NO / Y E S
If a sensor has been disabled "SENSOR" will be
flashing in the area where the input reading
would have been.
R
D
R
R
E
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
D I AGNO S T I C S ?
T Y P E
E R
D
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
W
This allows the operator to select or "force" a
header ID configuration if a "NO HEADER" ID is
being read by the control system. The header
type will revert back to "NO HEADER" every time
the ignition is cycled.
When "SELECT" is pressed the program goes to
the EXIT HEADER TYPE? menu selection.
If "NO" then jump to:
F O R C E
H E AD E R
T Y P E ?
If "NO" then jump to:
D I AG NO S T I C
MO D E ?
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PRE-DELIVERY CHECKS
B. TIRE PRESSURES AND BALLAST
REQUIREMENTS
STEP 13. PERFORM PREDELIVERY CHECKS
I. TIRE PRESSURES
WARNING
Measure tire pressure with a gauge.
Stop windrower engine and remove key before
making adjustments to machine. A child or
even a pet could engage the drive.
o
o
o
a. Perform the final checks and adjustments as listed
on the "Pre-Delivery Checklist" (yellow sheet) to
ensure the machine is field-ready. Refer to the
following pages for detailed instructions as
indicated on the checklist.
b. The completed checklist should be retained either
by the Operator or the Dealer.
II.
Bar - 32 psi (221 kPa)
Turf - 20 psi (138 kPa)
Caster - 10 psi (69 kPa)
BALLAST REQUIREMENTS
Fluid ballasting of rear caster tires is
recommended to provide adequate machine
stability when using large headers on the
windrower.
Also, the stability of machine varies with different
attachments, windrower options, terrain and
Operator’s driving technique.
A. FINAL DRIVE LUBRICANT LEVEL
Ballast capability per tire is at a maximum fill of
75%, or when fluid is level with valve stem when
the stem is positioned at the “12 o’clock” position.
Fluid can be added to any level up to maximum
fill, and always add an equal amount of fluid on
both sides.
OIL LEVEL
WHEEL CONFIGURATION A
TIRE SIZE
FLUID PER TIRE
AT 75% FILL
U.S. Gal. (Liters)
TOTAL WEIGHT
OF BOTH TIRES
lb (kg) *
7.5X16
(A)
10 (38)
200 (91)
10X16
(B)
18 (69)
380 (170)
16.5X16.1
(C)
41 (158)
830 (377)
* Weights are given for typical calcium chloride
and water mixtures. Weight is reduced by 20% if
only water is used (for areas that do not require
anti-freeze protection).
OIL LEVEL
(continued next page)
WHEEL CONFIGURATION B
a. Rotate wheel so that one of the plugs is
horizontally aligned with the center of the hub.
b. Remove the plug. The oil should be visible
through the hole or slightly running out.
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RECOMMENDED BALLAST
HEADER DESCRIPTION
LEVEL GROUND
TYPE
A, D, R Series
All Options
HILLS
RECOMMENDED
APPLICABLE
TIRE SIZE
WINDROWER
0
A, B, C
M150, M200
200 (91)
A, B, C
M150, M200
PER TIRE
BOTH TIRES
PER TIRE
BOTH TIRES
U.S. Gal.
(Liters)
lb (kg) *
U.S. Gal.
(Liters)
lb (kg) *
25’ and Down
0
0
0
30’ Single
Or
Split Reel
W/O Conditioner
0
0
10 (38)
SIZE
35’ Single Reel
D Series
30’ Split Reel.
Steel Fingers
and Conditioner
Level Ground
18 (69)
380 (170)
30 (115)
630 (288)
35’ Split Reel
(5 Or 6 Bat)
40’
- B, C
M150, M200
Hills - C
30 (115)
630 (288)
41 (158)
830 (377)
C
M150, M200
* If only water is used, increase volume of water by 20% (up to maximum allowable fill per tire) to compensate.
C. ENGINE COOLANT
a. Check daily the coolant level in the coolant
recovery tank. Tank should be at least half full.
b. Check coolant concentration in the radiator.
Coolant shall be good for temperatures of -30°F
(-34°C).
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D. AIR CLEANER
E. HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL
a. Check that air cleaner cap is firmly attached, and
that all clamps are secure.
a. Turn filler cap counter clockwise to loosen bung,
and remove dipstick.
HOLD 0.018 in. (0.46 mm)
GAUGE BETWEEN MIDDLE
COILS AND TIGHTEN CLAMP
UNTIL GAUGE IS SNUG
b. Check that level is between LOW and FULL
marks.
c. Reinstall dipstick, and turn clockwise to tighten
bung.
b. Check spring clamp at back of air cleaner.
TYPICAL CONNECTION
c.
Check spring clamps on charge air cooling duct
connections (at turbocharger outlet, engine intake,
and inside cooling box).
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F. FUEL SEPARATOR
G. GEAR BOX LUBRICANT LEVEL
a. Place a container under filter drain.
M150
a. Remove plug. The lubricant should be visible
through the hole, or slightly running out.
b. Replace plug, and tighten.
H. A/C COMPRESSOR BELT
M200
b. Turn drain valve by hand 1½ to 2 turns counter
clockwise, until draining occurs.
c. Drain the filter sump of water and sediment until
clear fuel is visible. Clean as necessary.
d. Turn the valve clockwise to close the drain.
e. Safely dispose of fluid.
a. Tension on A/C compressor belt should be such
that a force of 8 to 12 lbf (35 - 55 N) deflects the
belt 3/16 inch (5 mm) at mid-span.
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2. Pry the steering interlock away from pintle
arms by inserting a wedge or pry bar between
one of the interlock channels and pintle arm.
3. Insert a wood block approximately ¾ inch (19
mm) thick between the other channel and
pintle arm, so that the interlock channel is
clear of the pintle arm.
4. Turn the steering wheel off center, and move
the GSL in N-DETENT.
5. Try to start the engine. The CDM will flash
“CENTER STEERING”, accompanied by a
short beep with each flash, and the engine
should not turn over.
I. PERFORM SAFETY SYSTEM
CHECKS
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
A properly functioning system should operate as
follows:
•
•
•
•
The starter should engage ONLY when the
GSL is in N-DETENT, steering wheel locked
in the CENTER position, and the header drive
switch is in the OFF position.
Under the above conditions, the brake should
engage, and the machine should not move
after engine start-up.
The steering wheel should not lock with the
engine running, and the GSL is out of the NDETENT.
The machine should not move with the engine
running, and with the steering wheel still
centered, when the GSL is pulled straight out
of N-DETENT (not in forward or reverse).
If the engine turns over, the system requires
adjustment. Refer to the Technical Service
Manual.
6. Remove key.
7. Remove wood block inserted at step 3 above
and close hood.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
If the system does not function as described
above, refer to the Technical Service Manual.
c.
a. With the engine shut down and the header drive
switch engaged, try to start the engine. The CDM
will display “HEADER ENGAGED” on the upper
line, and “DISENGAGE HEADER’ on the lower
line.
If the engine turns over, the system requires
adjustment. Refer to the Technical Service
Manual.
With the engine shut down, steering wheel
centered, and the GSL in Neutral but not in NDETENT;
1. Try to start the engine. The CDM will flash
“CENTER STEERING” on the upper line, and
“PLACE GSL INTO N” on the lower line
accompanied by a short beep with each flash,
and the engine should not turn over.
If the engine turns over, the system requires
adjustment. Refer to the Technical Service
Manual.
b. With the engine shut down, do the following:
1. Open engine compartment hood.
d. With the engine shut down, steering wheel
centered, GSL in N-DETENT, operator’s station
not locked;
1. Try to start the engine. Engine will crank but
will not start. The CDM will display “SEAT
BASE NOT LOCKED”.
If engine starts, the system requires
adjustment. Refer to the Technical Service
Manual.
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J. OPERATIONAL CHECKS
CAUTION
I. ENGINE WARNING LIGHTS
a. Turn ignition key to RUN position.
b. Single loud tone sounds, and engine warning
lights illuminate briefly.
II. START ENGINE
a. Check fuel level, and if required add sufficient fuel
for a 15 minute run.
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
5. Turn ignition key to START position until
engine starts, and then release key. CDM
displays programmed header data for 5
seconds if attached, and then returns to
previous display.
IMPORTANT
Do not operate starter for longer than
15 seconds at a time.
If engine does not start, wait at least
two minutes before trying again.
After the third 15 second crank attempt,
allow starter to cool for 10 minutes
before further cranking attempts.
B
A
If engine still does not start, refer to the
following table:
b. Operator’s station lock (A) must be engaged at
cab-forward or engine-forward position.
c. Move GSL (B) into N-DETENT.
d. Turn steering wheel until it locks.
B
F
C
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Controls not in neutral.
Move GSL to neutral.
Move steering wheel to locked
position.
Disengage header clutch.
Operator’s station not
locked.
Adjust position of Operator’s station.
Ensure lock is engaged.
Neutral interlock
misadjusted.
Contact MacDon Dealer.
No fuel to engine.
Fill empty fuel tank.
Replace clogged filter.
Old fuel in tank.
Drain tank, refill with fresh fuel.
Water, dirt or air in fuel
system.
Drain, flush, fill and prime system.
Improper type of fuel.
Use proper fuel for operating
conditions.
Crankcase oil too
heavy.
Use recommended oil.
Low battery output.
Have battery tested.
Check battery electrolyte level.
Battery disconnect
switch is off.
Turn on battery switch.
Poor battery
connection.
Clean and tighten loose connections.
Faulty starter.
Contact MacDon Dealer.
Wiring shorted, circuit
breaker open.
Check continuity of wiring and breaker
(manual reset).
Faulty injectors.
Contact MacDon Dealer.
D
E
OFF
RUN
START
e. Push header drive switch (C) to off.
f. Normal Start - engine temperature above 60°F
(16°C):
1. Set throttle (D) to start position (E) - fully back.
2. Sound horn three times.
3. Turn ignition key (F) to RUN position.
4. Single loud tone sounds, engine warning
lights illuminate briefly, and CDM displays
HEADER DISENGAGED or DISENGAGE
HEADER and IN PARK.
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g. Cold Start - engine temperature below 40°F
(5°C).
IMPORTANT
If engine fails to start within 30
seconds, cease cranking, and wait two
minutes to allow the starting motor to
cool before attempting to re-start the
engine.
M200 - CAT ENGINE
1. Set throttle (D) to start position (E) - fully back
(low idle).
2. Sound horn three times.
3. Turn key to RUN.
4. Single loud tone sounds, engine warning
lights illuminate, and CDM displays HEADER
DISENGAGED or DISENGAGE HEADER and
IN PARK.
5. Glow plug light on CDM will cycle on/off/on
after 2 seconds for a pre-set length of time.
The operating period for the glow plug light
will change depending engine temperature.
7. If engine fails to start, repeat steps 1 to 4.
8. Engine will cycle through a period where it
appears to labour.
M150 - CUMMINS ENGINE
1. Follow procedure for Normal Start.
2. Engine will cycle through a period where it
appears to labour until engine warms up.
NOTE
Throttle is non-responsive during this
time as engine is in “WARM UP” mode.
This mode will last from 30 seconds to
3 minutes depending on temperature.
After engine has stabilized and idling
normally, throttle becomes active.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
IMPORTANT
Do not operate engine above 1500 rpm
until engine temperature gauge is
above 100°F.
6. When glow plug light goes out, turn key to
START, and crank engine until it starts.
Leave throttle at IDLE.
GROUND SPEED
mph or kph
HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS SWITCH
Activates Hazard Warning Flashers
Cancels Turn Signal
DISPLAY
Engine / Windrower Functions
ENGINE RPM
SELECT SWITCH
Allows Operator To Select Display Item
On Lower Line.
Push To Select
ENGINE WARNING LIGHTS
Engine Pre-Heat / Water In Fuel /
Do not Operate / Stop Engine
TURN SIGNAL SWITCHES
Activates Turn Signals On Windrower and Header
Push-On / Push-Off
IGNITION SWITCH POSITIONS
Accessory / Stop / Run / Start
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VI. OPERATOR’S PRESENCE SYSTEM
CHECKS
III. GAUGES AND CDM DISPLAY
a. With the windrower engine running, place the GSL
in Neutral and turn the steering wheel until it locks.
CAUTION
Check to be sure all bystanders have cleared
the area.
a. Check engine temperature gauge and fuel gauge
are working.
b. With everyone clear of the machine, engage
header drive switch.
1. After header drives are running, stand up out
of the seat. In approximately 5 seconds, the
header should shut off.
If not, the Operator Presence System requires
adjustment. See Technical Service Manual.
NOTE
To restart the header, move the header
engage switch to “OFF” position, and
back to the “ON” position again.
DISPLAY
Engine / Windrower Functions
c.
b. Check CDM display is working, by pushing
SELECT on CDM, or SELECT button on GSL.
IV. ELECTRICAL
a. Push the SELECT button on GSL, or SELECT
switch on CDM to display VOLTS. The display
indicates the condition of the battery and
alternator. Refer to table below.
IGNITION
ENGINE
13.8 - 15.0
Normal.
> 16.0
See Note.
Regulator Out of
Adjustment.
< 12.5
See Note.
Alternator Not
Working, OR
Regulator Out of
Adjustment.
12.0
Battery Normal.
Running
On
Shutdown
INDICATED
CONDITION
READING
NOTE
Display flashes voltage reading with
single loud tone. Repeats every 30
minutes until condition fixed.
V. ENGINE SPEED
a. Check engine rpm on CDM.
IDLE
MAX RPM (No Load)
M150
1100
2270 - 2330
M200
1100
2250 - 2300
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With the engine running, position the GSL in
Neutral and in N-DETENT;
1. Swivel the operator’s station, but do not lock
into position.
2. Move GSL out of N-DETENT. The engine
should shut down, and the lower display will
flash “LOCK SEAT BASE ---> CENTER
STEERING WHEEL ---> NOT IN NEUTRAL”.
3. Swivel and lock the Operator’s station, and
the display should return to normal.
4. If the engine does not shut down, the seat
position switches require adjustment. Refer to
Technical Service Manual.
d. With the windrower moving at less than 5 mph
(8 km/h):
1. Stand up out of the seat.
2. The CDM will flash “NO OPERATOR” on the
upper line, and “ENGINE SHUTDOWN
5…4…3…2…1…0” on the lower line
accompanied by a steady tone. At “0”, the
engine shuts down.
3. If the engine does not shut down, the
Operator
Presence
System
requires
adjustment. See Technical Service Manual.
e. With the windrower moving at more than 5 mph
(8 km/h):
1. Stand up out of the seat.
2. The CDM beeps once, and displays “NO
OPERATOR” on the lower line.
3. If not, the Operator Presence System requires
adjustment. Refer to Technical Service
Manual.
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c.
VII. EXTERIOR LIGHTS
a. Ensure operator’s seat is locked in cab-forward
mode.
b. Switch on FIELD lights, and check that all lights
are functioning as shown below.
Switch on ROAD lights, and check that all lights
are functioning as shown below.
HIGH / LOW
LIGHTS - ROAD
HIGH / LOW
TURN SIGNALS / HAZARDS - AMBER
FIELD LIGHTS
FRONT - CAB FWD
FRONT - CAB FWD
TURN SIGNALS / HAZARDS - AMBER
FIELD LIGHTS
TAIL LIGHTS - RED
(If Installed)
REAR - CAB FWD
SWATH LIGHTS - HIGH / LOW
d. Activate HIGH/LOW switch, and check lights.
e. Activate turn signals and hazard warning lights
with switches on CDM, and check lights.
f. Turn off lights.
REAR - CAB FWD
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g. Rotate operator’s seat to engine-forward mode.
h. Switch on ROAD lights, and check that all lights
are functioning as shown below.
VIII. BEACON (IF INSTALLED)
a. Turn on ignition, and activate beacon switch.
BEACON LIGHTS - AMBER
TURN SIGNALS / HAZARDS - AMBER
b. Check beacons are working.
IX. HORN
HIGH / LOW LIGHTS - ROAD
FRONT - ENG FWD
TURN SIGNALS / HAZARDS - AMBER
TAIL / BRAKE LIGHTS - RED
a. Push HORN button, and listen for horn.
REAR - ENG FWD
i.
j.
Activate HIGH/LOW switch, and check lights.
Activate turn signals and hazard warning lights
with switches on CDM, and check lights.
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X. INTERIOR LIGHTS
a. With the engine running, turn blower switch to the
first position, turn temperature control switch to
maximum heating, and A/C control to “OFF”.
b. Click A/C switch from "OFF" to "ON" for one
second, then back to "OFF" for 5 to 10 seconds.
Repeat this step ten times.
K. MANUALS
a. Switch lights on and off with switches on each
light. Interior lights only work with ROAD or FIELD
light switch on.
XI. A/C AND HEATER
IMPORTANT
To distribute the oil throughout the
system, perform the following steps
whenever the machine is first started
after storage for more than one week.
a. The following manuals should be stored in the
manual storage case behind the operator’s seat:
BLOWER SWITCH
Controls Blower Speed
OFF / LO / MED / HI
•
•
OUTSIDE AIR SWITCH
Controls Air Source
FRESH AIR - Starts Booster Fan and
Filtered Outside Air Drawn Into Cab
RECIRCULATE - Stops Booster Fan
and Cab Air Is Recirculated
•
M Series Self-Propelled Windrower
PARTS CATALOG. Form #169016.
M Series Self-Propelled Windrower
OPERATOR’S MANUAL. See below:
WINDROWER
FORM NO.
MacDon
Premier
Westward
169017
169095
169087
Engine Manual
L. CAB INTERIOR
AIR CONDITIONING SWITCH
Controls A/C System
OFF - A/C Does Not Operate.
ON - A/C Operates With Blower
Switch On.
a. Remove plastic coverings from Cab Display
Module and seats, after pre-delivery check is
complete.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Controls Cab Temperature
INCREASE - Clockwise
DECREASE - Counter Clockwise
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NOTES
MacDon Industries Ltd.
680 Moray Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3J 3S3
t. (204) 885-5590
f. (204) 832-7749
MacDon Inc.
10708 N. Pomona Avenue
Kansas City, Missouri
United States, 64153-1924
t. (816) 891-7313
f. (816) 891-7323
MacDon Australia Pty. Ltd.
A.C.N. 079 393 721
P.O. Box 243
Suite 3, 143 Main Street
Greensborough, Victoria
Australia 3088
t. 03 9432 9982
f. 03 9432 9972
CUSTOMERS
www.macdon.com
DEALERS
www.macdondealers.com
Trademarks of products are the marks of their
respective manufacturers and/or distributors.
Printed in Canada
M150/M200 Self-Propelled Windrower Pre-Delivery Checklist
Perform these checks and adjustments prior to delivery to your customer. The completed checklist should be
retained either by the operator or the dealer.
CAUTION: Carefully follow the instructions given. Be alert for safety related messages which
bring your attention to hazards and unsafe practices.
Windrower Serial Number: _____________________ Engine Serial Number: _____________________
9
ITEM
PAGE
Check for shipping damage or missing parts. Be sure all shipping dunnage is removed.
-
Check for loose hardware. Tighten to required torque.
4
Check tire air pressures and adjust as required.
40
Check final drive hub lubricant level.
40
Check engine coolant level and strength at reserve tank.
41
Check air cleaner and clamps.
42
Check hydraulic oil level and check for leaks along lines.
42
Check fuel separator for water & foreign material. Drain and clean as necessary. Add fuel.
43
Check gear box lubricant level.
43
Check tension of A/C compressor belt.
43
Check machine completely lubricated.
32
Check neutral interlock system.
44
Check horn operation.
49
Check engine oil pressure indicator light at Cab Display Module.
47
START ENGINE AND RUN TO OPERATING TEMPERATURE
45
Check Cab Display Module for operation.
47
Check operator’s presence system.
47
Check alternator charge rate at instrument console.
47
Check fuel gauge for operation.
47
Check air conditioning functioning properly.
50
Check heater functioning properly.
50
Check instrument console gauge lights and interior lights for operation.
50
Check maximum (no load) engine speed at Cab Display Module
(M150 – 2270-2330 rpm) (M200 – 2250-2300 rpm).
Check exterior lights for operation.
47
48
Check hazard and signal lights for operation.
48
Check beacons for operation (if installed).
49
Complete the Header Pre-Delivery Checklist.
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Check that manuals are with the windrower.
50
Check plastic coverings from cab interior removed.
50
Date Checked: _________________________
Form 169018
Checked by: ________________________
Revision C