TM3215 TM3245 TM3265

TM3215 TM3245 TM3265
I S E K I
T R A C T O R S
MODEL:
TM3215
TM3245
TM3265
ISEKI TRACTORS
TO OUR CUSTOMER
Thank you very much for purchasing an ISEKI tractor.
This operator's manual provides the information necessary for operating and maintaining
your tractor safely and properly. The contents are mainly composed of the following two
items:
Safety instructions: Essential items which you should observe while
operating the tractor.
Technical instructions:Items which are necessary to operate, adjust, and service
the tractor properly.
Before starting to operate the machine for the first time, you should read this operation
manual thoroughly and carefully until you are sufficiently familiar with the operation of the
machine to do jobs safely and properly. The manual should be kept in a handy place so
you can refer to it when required. You are advised to refer to it from time to time to refresh
your understanding of the machine.
Your dealer has performed the pre-delivery service on your new machine.
He will discuss with you the operating and maintenance instructions gives in this manual,
and instruct you in the proper and varied applications of this machine. Call on him at any
time when you have a question, or need equipment related do the use of your machine.
Paragraphs in the manual and labels on the machine which are
accompanied by a caution particularly important information about
safe operation to avoid accidents. You should always keep precautions
in mind and follow them during operation.
Be sure to wear
personnel protective equipment
during operation
In some of the illustrations used in this operation manual, panels or
guards may have been remove for clarify. Never operate the tractor
with these panels and guards removed.
If the removal of a shield is necessary to make a repair, it must be
replaced before operation
All information, illustrations, and specifications contained in this manual are based on
the latest information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to make
changes at any time without notice.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO OUR CUSTOMER .............................................. 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................... 2
1. SAFETY................................................................ 4
PERSONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............... MAKING YOUR TRACTOR A SAFE VEHICLE... HOW TO MAINTAIN SAFETY.............................. ■ DIMENSIONAL LIMITS OF
IMPLEMENTS........................................... FOR SAFE OPERATION..................................... ■ HOW TO BE A SAFE OPERATOR............ ■ WHEN ANOTHER PERSON OPERATES
YOUR MACHINE....................................... ■ BEFORE OPERATION.............................. ■ STARTING ENGINE AND MOVING
TRACTOR................................................. ■ WHEN TRAVELLING................................. ■ LOADING ONTO OR UNLOADING
FROM A TRUCK........................................ ■ DURING OPERATION............................... ■ INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE.......... ■ STORAGE.................................................. MAINTENANCE OF THE ELECTRIC SYSTEM.. ■ TO MAINTAIN ELECTRIC WIRING........... ■ TO HANDLE THE BATTERY..................... ■ TO HANDLE BOOSTER CABLES............. ■ SAFETY DECALS...................................... SAFETY DECALS AND THEIR LOCATIONS...... (Except for H-type)......................................... (H-type)........................................................... 4
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Parking Brakes............................................... ENGINE SPEED CONTROLS............................. TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVERS....................... MECHANICAL TYPE........................................... Range And Gear Shift Levers......................... Forward/Reverse Lever.................................. DIFFERENTIAL LOCK......................................... FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE......................................... REAR PTO SELECTOR LEVER.......................... MID PTO SELECTOR LEVER............................. Position Control.............................................. Lowering Rate Control Knob.......................... 6
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5. OPERATION......................................................... 35
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BREAK-IN PERIOD............................................. STARTING........................................................... Pre-Start Inspection........................................ Normal Starting............................................... Restarting Warm Engine................................. Cold Weather Starting.................................... Warm-Up Period............................................. Operator Observations................................... MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION......................... Ground Speed Selection................................ MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION......................... Ground Speed Selection................................ STOPPING TRACTOR........................................ HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION........................ Ground Speed Selection................................ Stopping Tractor............................................. CRUISE CONTROL............................................. Setting cruise control...................................... Releasing cruise control................................. DIFFERENTIAL LOCK OPERATION................... FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE......................................... POWER TAKE-OFF (PTO).................................. Rear PTO Shaft.............................................. Mid PTO Shaft (M Type)................................. PTO OPERATING CONTROLS........................... Mechanical Transmission............................... PTO OPERATING CONTROLS........................... Hydrostatic transmission................................ PTO Operating Controls................................. THREE-POINT HITCH......................................... Hitch Controls................................................. Rear Linkage.................................................. Attaching Implements..................................... Using Position Control.................................... Detaching Implements.................................... External Auxiliary Hydraulics.......................... Roll Over Protect in Structure (ROPS)........... How to Tilt ROPS............................................ Center ROPS type.......................................... 9
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2. TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION............................... 22
HOMOLOGATION ATTESTATION NUMBERS.... 22
MODEL / SERIAL NUMBERS.............................. 22
3. MAJOR COMPONENTS....................................... 23
4. INSTRUMENTS & CONTROLS............................ 24
INSTRUMENT PANEL......................................... Electrical Fuel Shut-Off................................... Main Switch.................................................... Indicator Light Strip......................................... SWITCHES.......................................................... Horn / Light Turn Switch ................................ Power Take-Off (PTO) Switch (HST).............. MAIN CLUTCH PEDAL
(Mechanical Transmission).................................. BRAKES.............................................................. Brake Pedals.................................................. 29
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6. LUBRICATION & PERIODIC MAINTENANCE.... 56
9. ASSEMBLY & PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION..... 94
SPECIFICATIONS & CAPACITIES...................... (Mechanical Transmission)............................. (Hydrostatic Transmission)............................. Periodic Inspection and Maintenance Table... LUBRICATION DETAILS..................................... Grease Fittings............................................... SERVICE ACCESS.............................................. Engine Oil & Filter........................................... Transmission Oil & Filters............................... Hydrostatic Cartridge Oil
Filter Replacement......................................... Front Axle Oil.................................................. COOLING SYSTEM............................................. ENGINE AIR CLEANER...................................... FUEL SYSTEM.................................................... Fuel Filter........................................................ Air-bleeding Procedure................................... Throttle Lever................................................. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM....................................... Battery............................................................ To handle the battery...................................... Starting Switches............................................ Wiring / Fuse Arrangement............................. WIRING DIAGRAM.............................................. CLUTCH FREE-PLAY ADJUSTMENT................. Mechanical Transmission............................... BRAKE FREE-PLAY ADJUSTMENT................... After the adjustment of brake pedal and
parking brake.................................................. WHEELS & TYRES.............................................. Tyre Inflation Pressures.................................. Wheel Bolt Torque.......................................... Front Wheel Spacing...................................... Rear Wheel Spacing....................................... Steering Free-Play.......................................... Front Axle End-Float....................................... CLUTCH HOUSING PLUG.................................. TORQUE CHART................................................. STORAGE............................................................ 56
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8. SPECIFICATIONS................................................. 88
PRE-DELIVERY................................................... 95
CHECK LIST........................................................ 96
CHECK LIST........................................................ 97
Mechanical transmission...................................... 88
Hydrostatic transmission...................................... 90
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Wiring diagram E4 (Except for H-type)................ 99
Wiring diagram E4 (H-type)................................. 101
Wiring diagram E6............................................... 103
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SAFETY
PERSONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Whenever you see the words and symbols below, used
in this Operator's Instruction Book and on decals, you
MUST take note of their instructions as they relate to
personal safety.
DANGER: This symbol together with the
word DANGER indicates an imminently
hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will
result in DEATH OR VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
WARNING: This symbol together with the
word WARNING indicates a potentially
hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in DEATH OR VERY SERIOUS
INJURY.
CAUTION: This symbol together with
the word CAUTION is used to indicate a
potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may result in MINOR INJURY.
IMPORTANT: The word IMPORTANT is used to identify special instruction or procedures
which, if not strictly observed, could result in damage to, or destruction of the
machine, process or its surrounding.
NOTE: The word NOTE is used to indicate points of
particular interest for more efficient and convenient repair or operation.
Understand thoroughly the following precautions, always
keep them in mind before, during, and after operation,
and never take chances.
MAKING YOUR TRACTOR A SAFE VEHICLE
HOW TO MAINTAIN SAFETY
(1) Never attempt to do the following: Modification of
the structure of the tractor Installation of other type
engine Installation of tires of other than the original
tire size.
Any malfunctions or failures of the tractor due to
unauthorized modification are not covered by the
warranty.
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(2) This machine cannot be driven on a public road
without authorization by a local government agency,
etc.
When transporting an unauthorized machine on a
public road, load it on a truck.
When traveling with an implement wider than the
tractor, put red caution markers such as flags (red
lamps at night) in the most visible locations on
both sides of the implements, and place a "SLOW
MOVING VEHICLE" sign in a place a where it is
easily seen by other drivers. Operate the machine
carefully keeping in mind that the implement is
wider and may roll easily. If the implement can
be folded, fold it beforehand. If there are road or
railway crossings where the visibility is poor, you
should install on the machine a mirror to give a
view ahead of you so that you need not move your
machine too far into the intersection.
(3) When you travel on a road, you must turn work
lights off it the law requires it.
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■ DIMENSIONAL LIMITS OF IMPLEMENTS
Implement
Items
TM3215F
TM3245F
TM3265F
Rotary mower............Mid-mount....................Max. cutting width............................................................... 1220 mm
(2, 3 blades)................Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Rear-mount..................Max. cutting width...............................................................1,070 mm
(1 blade)......................Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
(2, 3 blades)................Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Rotary tiller....................................................Max. tilling width.................................................................1,070 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Bottom plough...............................................Max. size.......................................................................... 360 mm x 1
Disk plough....................................................Max. size.......................................................................... 560 mm x 1
Cultivator........................................................Max. size............................................................................1,370 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Disk harrow....................................................Max. harrowing width..........................................................1,400 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Sprayer...........................................................Max. tank capacity.............................................................. 120 litres
Broad caster..................................................Max. tank capacity.............................................................. 120 litres
Sand spreader...............................................Max. tank capacity.....................................................................Front blade sub-frame...................................Max. cutting width...............................................................1,250 mm
Rear blade......................................................Max. cutting width............................................................... 1200 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Box blade.......................................................Max. cutting width...............................................................1,070 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
Snow blower with sub-frame........................Max. cutting width...............................................................1,220 mm
Max. weight.......................................................................... 130 kg
Trailer..........................without brake...............Max. load capacity................................................................ 300 kg
3-point lift...................Front............................Max. load capacity................................................................ 150 kg
Rear.............................Max. load capacity................................................................ 540 kg
Weight.........................Front wheel..................Max. load capacity.................................................................. 0 kg
Rear wheel..................Max. load capacity................................................................. 80 kg
Bumper........................Max. load capacity........................................................90 kg (6 weights)
Cabin...............................................................Max. weight.......................................................................... 150 kg
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FOR SAFE OPERATION
■ HOW TO BE A SAFE OPERATOR
(1) Familiarize yourself fully with machine controls by
studying the operation manual before using your
machine.
(2) Never allow persons listed below to operate the
machine.
・Persons with mental disease
・Persons who cannot operate the machine properly
because of fatigue, illness, or drowsiness from
medication, etc.
・Pregnant women
・Young persons or children too young to legally operate
the machine
Always be careful of your health by taking suitable
rest breaks.
(3) Wear appropriate clothing and other protective
devices during operation.
・Protection of your head
Wear protective headgear such as a helmet,
especially when travelling on roads or handling
material above your head.
・Protection to avoid being caught in the machine
Wear tightfitting clothing and headgear, because loose clothing or hair can get caught in moving parts of machine.
・Protection from poisonous dust or gases
Be sure to wear a protective device to protect the
respiratory system, eyes, and skin when handling
poisonous chemicals.
・Protection of the ears
Wear ear plugs or take suitable countermeasures to
protect your ears when you must operate the machine
under extremely noisy conditions.
・Maintenance of protective devices
Periodically inspect protective devices to assure that
they are functioning properly. Use them at all times.
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■ WHEN ANOTHER PERSON OPERATES YOUR
MACHINE
When another person operates your machine, you
must explain how to operate and instruct him or
her to read this manual fully to avoid unexpected
accidents.
■ BEFORE OPERATION
(1) Set up an operation plan with sufficient time
allowance. A tight plan may result in unexpected
accidents in hurry when work has to be rushed.
(2) Inspect and service the machine periodically in
accordance with the instructions given in the
operation manual to maintain the machine in best
condition.
Pay special attention to the controls, especially to
the brakes and clutch, and safety measures for the
machine when servicing it. If the machine functions
properly and performs normally, the chance of an
accident will be reduced greatly.
If safety devices are damaged or do not work,
please consult your ISEKI dealer.
(3) Before removing a safety device, such as a safety
cover, be sure that the machine has stopped
completely. Never forget to replace the removed
part after servicing.
(4) Never inject fuel while the engine is running or
is still hot. Keep away from open fires and never
smoke around a fuel tank or while fuelling the
machine. Never use open flames for illumination
when fuelling the machine at night.
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■ STARTING ENGINE AND MOVING TRACTOR
(1) Before starting the engine indoors, make sure that
there is proper ventilation because exhaust fumes
contain poisonous carbon monoxide, which cause
lethal poisoning.
(2) Before starting the machine, confirm that the
transmission gear has been shifted to the
appropriate speed, that there is no one near the
machine, and that the implement is securely
installed on the machine.Always operate the
machine from the operator's seat. Never leave the
seat except in an emergency when operating the
machine.
(3) Before starting to move, pay attention to safety
conditions around the machine to avoid injury to
bystanders or damage to property. Never move
abruptly.
■ WHEN TRAVELLING
(1) When you travel on roads, latch the brake pedals
together by using the interlocking plate, or the
tractor may turn over by one wheel locking.
(Mechanical transmission)
(2) When you travel on roads, ensure the differential
lock is off, or the tractor may turn over.
(3) Do not make sharp turns when operating at high
speed or for transportation, as the tractor may turn
over.
(4) When operating on poor footing such as a rough
road, a slope, a road along a ditch or river, or
undeveloped land, drive the tractor at low speeds
and operate it carefully.
(5) Do not make sharp turns on a slope. It may cause
turnover of the tractor.
When climbing up a hill, shift the speed change
lever to the most suitable speed. Start moving the
tractor as slowly as possible.
While climbing up a hill, never shift speeds along
the way.
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When starting to move the tractor on an up-hill
slope, be sure that the front wheels do not lift up.
When going down a hill, drive the tractor at a slower
speed than used to climb up the hill.
While going down a hill, never disengage the clutch
or shift into neutral, and never try to control the
speed only with the brakes; use the engine brake
effectively.
(6) When travelling on a road where one or both
shoulders are slanted and which run along a ditch,
look out for softened shoulders especially when
the ditch is full of water and be careful not to let the
machine slip sideways.
(7) Never allow other persons to get on the machine
or the implement except when the machine or the
implement is provided with a seat or a platform
for persons to sit or stand on, and only within the
capacity specified.
Never allow persons to get on the implement while
travelling on roads.
(8) When parking the tractor, you have to park it on
hard, level ground and provide sufficient safety
measures by grounding the implement, removing
the key, applying the parking brakes, and chocking
the wheels securely.
(9) Keep inflammables away from the engine during
operation. Especially during stationary operation do
not operate the engine at high speed so as not to
set fire to grass or straw with a heated exhaust pipe
or exhaust fumes.
(10)When you have to operate the tractor at night, make
sure of location of controls. If not, the tractor might
work unexpectedly by mistake. When travelling on
roads, never turn on the work lamps (option).
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■ LOADING ONTO OR UNLOADING FROM A TRUCK
(1) When loading the tractor onto a truck or a trailer,
turn off the truck's engine and apply the parking
brakes to the truck or the trailer. Otherwise, the
truck could move and the tractor fall to the ground.
(2) Pay sufficient attention to the safety conditions
around the tractor and have it guided by someone
to assist the operation. Never allow other persons to
approach the tractor, especially in front of or behind
it.
(3) When loading or unloading the machine on / off a
track, set slipproof ramps at the same angles and
drive the tractor straight at sufficiently slow speeds.
Loading the tractor in reverse travel and unloading
it in forward travel.
(4) Be sure to interlock the right and left brake pedals
ahead of time. Never depress the brake pedals or
clutch pedal during loading or unloading operation,
or the tractor may shift sideways, which may cause
it to fall off the ramps.
(5) If the engine stalls unexpectedly on the ramps,
depress the brake pedals immediately and roll the
tractor to the ground by manipulating the brake
pedals. Start the engine on the ground and try
again.
(6) When the machine is loaded on the truck, stop the
engine, apply parking brakes, and withdraw the
starter key, chock the wheels, and rope it securely
to the truck. During transportation, do not make
sharp turns needlessly so as not to shift the loaded
tractor.
(7) Use ramps with the same or better specifications
mentioned below. When the machine is equipped
with attachments other than those included in the
specifications mentioned below, ask your ISEKI
dealer for advice.
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Specifications of the ramps
・Length more than 4 times the height of the platform of the truck
・Width (effective width) ..................................... more than 35 cm
・Capacity (one ramp) ..................................... more than 1000 kg
・Ramps should have anti-skid surfaces
(8) Hook the ramps securely on the platform of the
truck with the top of the ramp level with the platform.
(9) Always prepare for even the worst, never allowing
other persons near the tractor.
(10)Drive the tractor carefully at the moment the tractor
moves from the ramps onto the platform, for it
changes angle abruptly.
■ DURING OPERATION
(1) During operation, never allow other persons in the
vicinity of the tractor, because the tractor itself or
flung pieces may cause injury.
(2) Pay attention to safety around the tractor to
avoid injury to bystanders or damage to property.
Especially when operating with other persons, use
the horn to warn them.
(3) When crossing a ditch or a levee or when passing
through soft land, drive the tractor slowly and
straightforward so that it does not slip or turn over.
(4) Do not touch dangerous parts such as rotating
parts, moving parts, hot parts (muffler, radiator, or
engine, etc. ) , or electric parts (battery terminals
and other live parts ), or you may be injured
seriously.
(5) If you use a trailer, use a proper one which starts
your tractor. Using an improper trailer may cause
serious accidents. Never attempt to haul beyond
the tractor's capacity. If you have a question, please
consult your ISEKI dealer.
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(6) When moving the machine toward an implement
for the purpose of installing the implement, never
allow any one to stand in between. When installing
the implement on the machine, be prepare to
move away promptly in the event of an emergency.
The brakes should be applied securely during
installation.
■ INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
(1) W h e n s e r v i c i n g t h e t r a c t o r o r m o u n t i n g o r
dismounting an implement, place the tractor on
level, hard ground which is sufficiently illuminated,
or unexpected accidents may occur.
(2) When servicing the tractor, follow the instructions
listed below:
・Apply parking brakes.
・Disengage all PTO.
・Place all gear shift levers in neutral.
・Remove the starter key.
・Lower the implement fully, if equipped. If not, your
hands or clothes may be caught or sandwiched
between.
(3) When servicing the tractor, use proper tools. Using
makeshift tools may lead to injuries or poor service,
which may result in unexpected accidents during
operation.
(4) The engine, muffler, radiator, etc. are very hot
just after operation, so wait until they cool down
sufficiently to avoid burns.
(5) Never remove the radiator cap while the engine is
hot or running. Wait until the engine cools down and
then relieve the radiator pressure by releasing the
radiator cap. Carelessly pouring cooling water into
the heated radiator can cause serious damage to
the radiator and the engine.
Careless removal of the radiator cap can cause
serious injury because of overheated water vapour.
(6) Never fit unauthorized implements or attempt
unauthorized modification.
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(7) Be sure to reinstall the removed safety covers in
place as exposed dangerous parts may cause
serious injury.
(8) Avoid high-pressure fluids. Escaping fluid under
pressure can penetrate the skin and cause serious
injury, so keep hands and body away from pin holes
and nozzles ejecting such fluids. Be sure to consult
your dealer about the hydraulic and fuel injection
system trouble.
When checking for leaks, use a piece of cardboard
or wood without fail.
If any hydraulic fluid is injected accidentally into the
skin, it must be removed within a few hours by a
doctor familiar with this type of injury.
(9) When servicing wheels and tyres, the tractor and /
or implement must be supported on suitable blocks
or stands. Not a hydraulic jack.
Do not attempt to service a tyre unless you have the
proper equipment and experience to perform the
job. Have the work carried out by your ISEKI dealer
or a qualified repair service.
When seating tyre beads onto rims never exceed
the maximum inflation specifications specified on
the tyre. Inflation beyond this maximum pressure
may brake the bead, or even the rim, with
dangerous, explosive force.
If tyres have deep scratches, cuts or punctures, the
respective tyre should be repaired or replaced by
qualified personnel as soon as possible.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves, eye / face
protection.
■ STORAGE
(1) Never cover a hot machine just after operation with
a tarpaulin or the like, or the heated engine and
related parts may cause a fire.
(2) Before storing the tractor for a long period of time,
disconnect the battery cables to prevent them, in
case they are gnawed by rats, from causing a short
circuit, which may lead to a fire.
When disconnecting the cables, disconnect the
negative (-) cable first.
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(3) Safe storage of dangerous objects
・When storing dangerous implements, take appropriate
safety measures to prevent accidents by covering with
tarpaulin.
・Store fuel in a safe place with caution signs such as
"PREVENT FIRE" or "INFLAMMABLE."
・All inflammables must also be stored in a safe, fireresistant location.
MAINTENANCE OF THE ELECTRIC SYSTEM
■ TO MAINTAIN ELECTRIC WIRING
(1) When servicing the electric wiring, stop the engine
without fail. Otherwise your hands or clothes may
be caught in or sandwiched between rotating parts.
(2) Before manipulating electric parts, be sure to
disconnect the earth battery cable (-), or you may
get an electric shock or be injured by sparks.
(3) Loose electric terminals or connectors may not only
lower electrical performance but also cause short
circuit or leakage of electricity, which may lead to a
fire. Promptly repair or replace dam-aged wiring.
(4) Remove chaff or dust from the battery, wiring,
muffler, or engine. Otherwise it could result a fire.
■ TO HANDLE THE BATTERY
(1) When working around the battery, avoid smoking. The battery generates explosive hydrogen and
oxygen gases when it is being charged. Keep the
battery away from sparks or open flames.
(2) The battery should be inspected before starting the
engine. Be careful not to touch the elec-trolyte when
removing the vent plugs. If the bat-tery electrolyte
makes contact with the skin or clothing, wash it off
immediately with water and then consult a doctor.
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(3) When replacing or inspecting the battery, stop the
engine and turn the main switch off, or elec-trical
parts may be damaged or unexpected acci-dent
may occur.
When disconnecting battery cords,
disconnect negative cord first.
(4) When disconnecting the battery cables, discon-nect
the earth cable (-) first without fail. When connecting
the battery cables, connect the posi-tive cable (+)
first. Disconnecting or connecting in wrong order
may lead to a short circuit or sparks.
■ TO HANDLE BOOSTER CABLES
When using booster cables, pay attention to the
following items for safe operation:
(1) Before connecting cables, remove the vent plugs.
This will lower the force in case of explosion.
(2) Before connecting cables, be sure to stop the engine. Otherwise unexpected accidents may occur.
When connecting battery cords,
connect positive cord first.
(3) Use booster cables with sufficient electrical capacity. A cable of inadequate capacity will cause
generation of heat, which may lead to a fire.
■ SAFETY DECALS
The labels are stuck on the tractor. You should of
course read the safety instructions in the manual.
But never fail to read the labels on the machine as
well.
・The labels should always be clearly seen, that is,
nothing should obscure them.
・When they have become dirty, wash them with soapy
water and wipe off with soft cloth.
・If any of them are torn or lost, order new labels from
your dealer. Their codes are mentioned in "SAFETY
DECALS AND THEIR LOCATION."
・A new label should be placed in the same place where
the old one was located.
・When sticking on a new label, clean the place to
enable the label to stick and squeeze out all air
bubbles trapped under it.
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SAFETY DECALS AND THEIR LOCATIONS
(5) Ether label
(Code No. 1674-904-002-1)
(1) Fan warning label
(Code No. 1705-902-006-0)
WARNING: RISK OF ENTANGLEMENT
Stay clear of the fan while it is running.
(6) PTO label
(Code No. 8654-901-002-0)
(2) Battery disconnecting label
(Code No. 1636-901-022-0)
WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
When disconnecting the battery, detach the negative
terminal first and attach the positive terminal first
when connecting the battery.
(3) Belt warning label
(Code No. 1674-904-008-0)
WARNING: RISK OF ENTANGLEMENT
Stay clear of the PTO shaft while the engine is running.
(7) Trailer label
(Code No. 1674-904-004-0)
WARNING: RISK OF ENTANGLEMENT
Stay clear of the belt while it is running.
(4) Hot part warning label
(Code No. 1739-904-001-0)
WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION
Ether or other starting fluid should never be used to
start engines equipped with glow plugs.
WARNING: HOT SURFACES, RISK OF BURNS
ON HANDS AND FINGERS
Stay clear of the heated parts until they cool down
sufficiently.
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WARNING: RISK OF OVERHEATING
The rear implement should be installed on the
tractor with an approved drawbar or by using the
lower links of the three point hitch. Use only weight
not exceed-ing the designed capability of the tractor.
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(8) Radiator label
(Code No. 1705-902-008-0)
Take care of handling the battery.
Improper handling may lead to explosion.
Never short the poles.
Charge the battery in a well ventilated place.
(10)Starter warning label
(Code No. 1705-902-007-0)
WARNING: HIGH PRESSURE STEAM AND HOT
WATER
Never remove the radiator cap during or just after
operation. The water in the radiator is very hot and
highly pressurized, which could cause burns.
(11)Operation caution label
(Code No. 1774-902-001-0)
(9) Battery label
(Code No. 1705-904-002-1)
A
B
C
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Start the engine only from the seat using the key.
D
E
F
A. WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION
Keep away from sparks or flames, which could cause explosion.
A. WARNING: BEFORE OPERATION
Read the safety and operating instructions in the operation manual before operating the tractor.
B. WA R N I N G : W E A R A N E Y E P R O T E C T I O N
DEVICE
Battery electrolyte (euphoric acid) may cause blind-
ness. Wear an eye protector to prevent contact with the eyes.
B. WARNING: BEFORE OPERATION
Read the safety and operating instructions in the
operation manual before operating the tractor.
C. WARNING: RISK OF ABRUPT MOVING
Before leaving the tractor unattached, apply
the parking brake, lower the implement, turn off
the engine and remove the starter key to avoid
unexpected moving of the tractor.
C. WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
D. WARNING: RISK OF BURNS
Battery electrolyte (sulphuric acid) may cause
burns Avoid contact with skin or clothing. In case
of an accident, flush affected part immediately with
plenty of water.
D. WARNING: RISK OF INJURY OR DAMAGE
Pay attention to safety around the machine to avoid
injury to bystanders or damage to properly.
E. WARNING: RISK OF EXPLOSION
Never use the battery with the electrolyte surface
below the "LOWER" limit, or it may explode. Never
replenish exceeding "UPPER" limit or electrolyte
may leak out.
Maintenance free battery does not need to replen-
ish distill water.
CAUTION:This label is included in the
operation label on right side fender.
F. WARNING: READ OPERATION MANUAL
Read the safety and operating instructions in the
operation manual before operating the tractor.
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SAFETY
(14)ROPS label
(Code No. 1674-904-005-0)
E. WARNING: RISK OF OVERTURNING
Never operate the tractor on a slope of over 10 degrees, or it could overturn.
F. WARNING: RISK OF INJURY OR DAMAGE
Never allow other persons to get on the tractor or the implement.
(12)Fuel label
(Code No. 1705-904-001-0)
DANGER: RISK OF EXPLOSION AND BURNS
Use only diesel fuel.
Keep sparks, open flames, etc. away from the fuel
tank.
No smoking!
(13)Stop the engine when replenishing a fuel label
(Code No.1728-903-002-0)
WARNING: RISK OF INJURY
Keep the ROPS in the upright position and fasten
the seat belt at all times. Do not jump from the seat
if the tractor starts to overturn, or you could be
crushed under the tractor. The ROPS should usually
be kept in the upright position during operation.
However, when the ROPS has to be lowered, do
not wear the seat belt and operate the tractor with
extreme caution.
Do not operate the tractor with a damaged or modified ROPS.
(15)Reverse label
(Code No.1674-904-007-1)
DANGER: RISK OF EXPLOSION AND BURNS
Before replenishing fuel, be sure to stop the engine
and wait until the engine and heated parts cool
down sufficiently.
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WARNING : RISK OF INJURY.
Pay attention to safety around the machine when
you drive to backward. And drive it at slower speed
than driving forward.
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(H-type)
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TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION
HOMOLOGATION ATTESTATION NUMBERS
MODEL / SERIAL NUMBERS
FFFFFFFF (Homologation plate)
FFFFFFFF (Name plate)
Note the serial numbers of your tractor. Always quote
the numbers in any communication to your ISEKI dealer.
TRACTOR HOMOLOGATION ATTESTATION
NUMBER (Fig.2-1 & 2-3(1))
1
TRACTOR SERIAL NUMBER (Fig. 2-2 & 2-3(2))
2
ENGINE MODEL NUMBER (Fig. 2-4 (1))
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER (Fig. 2-4 (2))
CHASSIS NUMBER (Fig. 2-5)
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NOTE: Reference to left-hand and right-hand, used
throughout this book, refers to the position
when seated in operator's seat and facing forward.
1
2
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MAJOR COMPONENTS
MAJOR COMPONENTS
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13
17
9
20
7
14
12
2
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5
4
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16
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Front Wheels
Fuel Tank
Check Chain
Lift Rod
Lower Link
Rear Wheels
Operator's Seat
Instrument Panel
Steering Wheel
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Fender
Rear conve Light
Hood
Front Grille
Battery
Front Hitch
Engine
Floor
Transmission
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19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Front Wheel-Drive Shaft
Headlight
Front Axle
Front Axle Pivot
Lift Arm
Rear Axle
Front conve Light
Clutch Housing
Rear Hitch
ROPS
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INSTRUMENTS & CONTROLS
Generally layout and location of controls within operator's area on Tractor. Specific use of these controls is given later
in this section and also in "Operation" section of this book:
FIG.4-1: Mechanical Transmission
1
2
1. Instrument Panel
19
2. Steering Wheel
16
3. Clutch Pedal
14
4. Parking Brake
3
5. Mid PTO Lever (M Type)
6. 4WD Shift lever
17
7. Seat (local arrangement)
15
8. Differential Lock Pedal
4
9. Main Gearshift Lever
13
10. Range Gearshift Lever
11
11. Rear PTO Lever
12. Three-Point Hitch Control
18
9
13. Foot Throttle
14. Throttle lever
8
6
15. Brake Pedals
16. Combination switch (horn button,
5
headlamp switch, position lamp
12
switch, turn signal switch)
10
17. Shaft lever
18. Main Switch
7
19. Hazard Signal Switch
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FIG.4-2: Hydrostatic Transmission
1. Instrument Panel
2. Steering Wheel
3. PTO switch
4. Parking Brake
5. Mid PTO Lever
6. 4WD Shift lever
7. Seat (local arrangement)
8. Differential Lock Pedal
9. Range Gearshift Lever
10. Rear PTO Lever
11. Three-Point Hitch Control
12. Throttle lever
13. Brake Pedal
14. Combination switch (horn button,
headlamp switch, position lamp
switch, turn signal switch)
15. PTO mode change switch
16. Main Switch
17. Hazard Signal Switch
18. Auto cruse lever
1
12
2
13
14
4
8
6
18
17
15
16
3
10
11
9
5
7
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
FIG. 4-3 TM3215 / 3245 / 3265 : An arrangement of gauges, control switches and indicators located in instrument
panel. Items are detailed in the description that follows:
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2
3
4
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Electrical Fuel Shut-Off
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Turning the main switch to off will stop the engine.
This tractor is equipped with a solenoid valve, and in case “key” is off position and “solenoid” is off position, the fuel is
shut off.
In case “key” is on position and “solenoid” is on position, the fuel is available.
If electrical malfunction happens, engine stops.
Main Switch
FIG. 4-4: Main Switch (1) has the four following positions:
p OFF
Engine and all electrical circuits off. Key
can be removed.
O ON
Power supplied to all circuits. Normal operating position.
G GLOW Energizes glow plugs to preheat the combustion chambers and assist starting.
f START Starter activated. This position springlocated to "ON".
NOTE: The main switch must be turned to “ON” beforeany circuits will operate. The PTO lever
(or switch) must be off and the clutch pedal
depressed (Mechanical Transmission) and the
range gear shift lever is in neutral (Hydrostatic
Transmission) before the engine can be started.
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NOTE: When the main switch is selected to “GLOW”
position, the engine combustion chambers will
be preheated and allow a cold engine to be
started after several seconds.
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Indicator Light Strip
1
(1) 4WD - Lights up when 4WD is engaged. Lights off
when 2WD is engaged.
(2) Glow - Lights up when Glow position.
(3) Parking - Lights up when parking brake is engaged. Light off when parking brake is not
engaged.
(4) Hazard and Trailer - Lights up when hazard lamp
is “ON” or lights up when winker is “ON”
with trailer.
(5) Battery Charge - Lights up when main switch is
turned “ON” and will go out after engine
starts, to indicate battery is being charged.
(6) Engine Oil Pressure - Lights up if engine oil pressure is low, if the light comes on while the
engine is running, shut off the engine immediately and investigate the cause.
(7) PTO operation - Lights up when PTO switch is
“ON” (Only for HST-type)
(8) Main (High) Beam - Lights up when the headlamps
in the front grill are selected to the high
beam position by the lamp switch.
(9) Fuel Gauge - The fuel gauge indicates the level of
diesel fuel in the fuel tank when the starter
switch is ON.
2
3
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FIG. 4-5: Indicator light strip contains several warning
lights to monitor certain functions. Currently used positions (from left to right) are:
4
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4
9
5
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NOTE: Use only clean diesel fuel and clean area to
prevent dirt / water into fuel tank when refilling.
DO NOT run out of fuel as bleeding air from the
system will be required. Keep fuel tank full to
minimize condensation.
CAUTION: DO NOT refill fuel tank with engine running or hot. Allow cooling period.
DO NOT smoke near fuel tank and clean up
any spilt fuel.
(10)Water Temperature Gauge -Indicate the radiator
water tempreature when starter switch is
“ON”.
NOTE: The gauge can not indicate an accurate fuel
level when the tractor is on a incline. It takes a
little time to indicate an accurate level after the
tractor recovers its horizontal position limit.
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CAUTION: DO NOT service hot engine. Allow to completely cool before servicing or
removing radiator cap
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(11)Tachometer
Scale on gauge - Indicates engine speed on crankshaft
revolutions per minutes (rpm).
Index is also provided to show rear PTO speed of 540 at
approximately 2475 engine rpm.
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Normally, the PTO speed should be between 540 and
600. Operating the PTO at a speed above 600 is too
fast, and may result in a breakdown of the tractor or
implement.
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Hourmeter in centre of gauge indicates engine and tractor use to assist in maintenance intervals. The extreme
right digit indicates 1/10 hour increments.
SWITCHES
FIG. 4-7: Location of switches
Horn / Light Turn Switch
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FIG. 4-8: Horn / Light Turn Switch.
3
Horn Switch, 1 - Horn will sound when center switch
button is depressed.
Turn switch RH
Light Switch, 2 - Is a rotary switch with three operating
positions:
2nd
1st
・OFF - Fully counterclockwise. All lights off.
・1st
- Front clearance lamps and rear tail lights.
・2nd
- Main beam headlamps and rear tail lights.
1
2
3
Turn switch LH
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NOTE: Passing switch
Passing switch is turned on when switch knob
is pulled to upward over the high beam position.
high beam
passing
NOTE: When high beam is selected (2nd position),
light in indicator light will come on.
Turn Switch, 3 - Operate switch handle in direction
Tractor is being turned. The appropriate flashing amber
warning light (ROPS-mounted) will operate as turn signal. Return switch to center position to cancel.
NOTE: Turn lights will not self-cancel. Select turn/hazard light switch to center position after completing turn.
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Hazard Light Switch, 4 Fig4-10- Press switch to turn
on hazard lights. Both flashing amber warning lights will
operate at the same time.
4
8
CAUTION: Hazard lights must be used any
time Tractor is driven on public roadway.
Consult local agencies for other marking requirements.
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Fig4-11: Turn / hazard indicator lights, 5 and 6, will operate with front and rear conve lights. This provides operator with easy indication of warning light selection.
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Power Take-Off (PTO) Switch (HST)
4
NOTE: PTO switch, 7, must be used in conjunction
with rear PTO selector lever, to left of operator's seat, when rear PTO is used. Refer to
“operationsection” for complete details.
When PTO control switch is “ON” the engine
cannot be started. Always switch off PTO to
start engine.
This switch is eguipped with only “Independent”
PTO sepecification model.
“Independent PTO” is not eguipped on “Mechanical transmission” type tractor.
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IMPORTANT: PTO switch is equipped with a lock-out
to prevent accidental engagement of
PTO system. To engage PTO, first turn
switch clockwise and then pull up it. DO
NOT FORCE SWITCH.
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FIGS. 4-10 & 4-11: A dial-type safety switch, 7, is used
to engage and disengage the PTO drive system.
The switch must first be turned to right and then pulled
up to engage PTO. When engaged, the PTO indicator
light in the indicator light strip will illuminate.
A PTO selectable switch, 8, is used to adjust PTO clutch
modulation.
Push on: soft start (button depressed illuminated) - for
high inertia loads
Push off: standard start (button out and not illuminated)
WARNING: Always shut off PTO and shut off
Tractor engine before servicing PTO-driven
implement. Allow all movement and motion
to stop before leaving operator’s seat.
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MAIN CLUTCH PEDAL (Mechanical Transmission)
FIG. 4-12: Foot pedal (1) disengages engine from transmission when fully depressed, to permit engine starting,
selecting / changing gears and stopping Tractor movement. PTO and Mid PTO selection (if equipped) also
requires clutch disengagement. Slowly raising the pedal
will engage clutch and resume power to transmission
and PTO.
NOTE: Clutch pedal should be depressed quickly to
prevent abnormal wear. Clutch pedal should be
raised smoothly to prevent sudden movement.
DO NOT “ride” clutch pedal with your foot.
Hydrosttic drive models have no clutch pedal.
1
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IMPORTANT: Correct clutch pedal free-play adjustment is a must. Consult “Maintenance”
section.
BRAKES
Brake Pedals
FIGS.4-13 & 4-14: Inner brake pedal (1) and outer brake
pedal (2) independently control the respective left and
right wheel brakes, to assist in turning. During Tractor
transport or high speed operation, brake pedals must be
latched together using interlocking plate (3).Hydrostatic
models do not have individuai wheel brakes but single
brake pedal (4).
3
CAUTION: Do not use individual wheel
brakes for transporting or operating at high
speed. Always latch pedals together using
interlocking plate, 3. Make sure brakes are
adjusted evenly.
5
6
Parking Brakes
1
2
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FIG. 4-15: To engage parking brakes, pull upward on the
parking lever (5) to lock brakes in applied position.
4
To disengage parking brakes, push in on release button
(6) and lower the lever (5) to the released position.
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ENGINE SPEED CONTROLS
CAUTION: Always select engine speed to
ensure safe operation. Reduce speed prior
to turning or reversing tractor.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT “race” or excessively load cold
engine.
FIG. 4-15: Throttle lever (1) - Controls engine speed
and will remain in position selected by the operator. With
hand lever forward (t), engine will idle. Engine speed
increases as lever is pulled progressively rearward (r).
Accelerator pedal (2) - Will override setting of the throttle
lever for increased engine speed. When the pedal is released, engine speed returns to the throttle lever setting.
1
2
CAUTION: When using the accelerator
pedal, the throttle lever must be in low idle
speed position. This ensures maximum “engine braking” when the pedal is released.
NOTE: Accerator pedal (2) is not equipped with HST
transmission type.
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TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVERS
There are two type of transmission for european model.
1.Forward 3 Reverse 3 (HST) type
2.Forward 8 Reverse 8 (mechanical) type
MECHANICAL TYPE
Two shift levers are used to select ground travel speed
through different gear reductions within the drive train.
2
IMPORTANT: All range and gear change selections require complete disengagement of main
clutch (depressing pedal).
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Range And Gear Shift Levers
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FIG. 4-17: The range shift lever 1 and gear shift lever 2
are located to the left of the operator’s seat.
The range shift lever provides three major speed changes 1. (HST type)
The gear shift lever provides 4 Mechanical type has two
major speed changes gear selection 2. These gear selections provide a small change in ground speeds and/or
direction.
In total, 8 gear speeds are possible.
HST type has cruise lever onto 2 position.
HST
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NOTE: Range shift lever must be in neutral position
before the tractor can be started.
Forward/Reverse Lever
FIG. 4-19: Forward or reverse travel is selected by the
lever (1) on the steering column.
(A) Forward
(B) Neutral
(C) Reverse
A
B
Moving the constantshuttle lever 1 forward will select
forward travel. Moving the lever rearward will select reverse travel. Reverse travel speed is slightly slower than
forward travel in the same gear speed selection. A new
travel direction should be selected whenever the tractor
is stopped.
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1
CAUTION: In case of changing shift, make
sure that tractor is stopping. If it is changed
before tractor stop, gears in transmission
break down and it is very dangerous.
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DIFFERENTIAL LOCK
FIG. 4-20: When the differential lock 1 pedal is lowered,
both sides of the rear axle are locked together to ensure
traction to both rear wheels. This is especially important
when operating in loose soil or slippery conditions. (Mechanical type)
In case of HST type, depress forward pedal slowly.
To engage the differential lock - Depress the clutch pedal and allow all rear wheel movement to stop. Depress
the lock pedal and slowly engage the clutch.
1
IMPORTANT: DO NOT engage with rear wheel(s)
spinning as severe damage may result.
To disengage the differential lock - Depress the clutch
pedal and release the differential lock pedal. The lock
pedal should normally return to the “off” position.
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NOTE: On occasion, differential lock pedal may remain engaged due to torque difference exerted
by rear wheels. In this case, tap brake pedals
alternately while tractor is slowly in motion to
release the pedal.
Dif lock pedal is locating at left side (HST type)
and right side (Mechanical type).
CAUTION: When differential lock is engaged, steering ability of tractor will be
greatly reduced. Disengage before attempting a turn.
CAUTION: DO NOT use differential lock on
hard surfaces or when transporting the tractor.
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FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE
FIG. 4-21: The four-wheel drive shift lever 1 engages
and disengages the drive for the front axle. With the lever down, the front axle (4WD) is engaged. With the lever up, the front axle is disengaged, and power is available to both front and rear axles.
NOTE: 4WD indicatior lamp will be illuminated when
you push down the 4WD control lever.
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IMPORTANT: Depress main clutch pedal and stop
tractor before engaging or disengaging
four-wheel drive.
When front axle is engaged, ground speed of front tires
is slightly faster than the speed of the rear tires. This is
to assist steering when four-wheel drive is selected.
For this reason, the front axle must be disengaged when
the tractor is transported or operated on a hard, dry
surface. Failure to do so will result in rapid wear of front
drive tires and possible driveline damage.
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IMPORTANT: Always disengage front drive axle when
operating in conditions with minimal
wheel slippage (DRY OR HARD SURFACES).
IMPORTANT: If tire replacement is necessary, identical
replacements must be installed to maintain correct front/rear axle ratio.
REAR PTO SELECTOR LEVER
FIG. 4-23: Rear PTO (power takeoff) selector lever, 1,
controls rear PTO on tractor.
When lever is backward, 540 rpm rear PTO is selected.
When returned to rear neutral (N) position, the gear lever is disengaged. (In case of independent clutch model)
Rear PTO selector lever is operated with PTO control
switch on instrument panel. Refer to “Operation” selection for complete details.
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IMPORTANT: Before moving rear PTO selector lever,
PTO control switch on steering column
must be off.
CAUTION: Always shut off PTO and shut off
tractor engine before servicing PTO-driven
implement. Allow all movement and motion
to stop before leaving operator’s seat.
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MID PTO SELECTOR LEVER
FIG. 4-25: The mid PTO selector lever, 1, controls the
mid PTO on the tractor.
When the lever is shifted Forward, the mid PTO operates.
When lever is returned, neutral is selected, and the mid
PTO will stop rotating.
The mid PTO selector lever should be used with the
PTO control switch on the instrument panel. Refer to the
“Operation” section for complete details.
IMPORTANT: The PTO control switch must be set to
Off when the mid PTO selector lever is
operated.
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Position Control
Position control is used when attaching or detaching
implements and other operations requiring the implement to be kept at a constant height above the ground. It
is also used with tool bars having flexible row units and
implements equipped with gauge (support) wheels.
FIG. 4-26: The position control lever maintains hitch
position at a constant height in relation to the tractor.
As the position control lever 1 is moved backward, hitch
and implement are raised. Moving the lever forward will
lower hitch to selected position. Each lever setting provides a specific hitch and implement position.
The front lever stop 2 can be set to contact the position
control lever in the implement work position. This enables the implement to be returned to the identical position after the hitch has been raised for turning, transporting, etc.
The rear lever stop 3 can be set to limit raising height, if
required.
2
NOTE: When starting engine, ensure implement is
lowered to the ground and lever is fully forward.
This reduces load on starter due to hitch trying
to raise when engine is cranked.
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FIG. 4-26: To begin work, align the tractor and implement in the field and move the position control lever 1
forward (toward DOWN). Adjust implement height using
the position control lever and set the adjustable stops 2
and 3 as desired.
When turning, move position control lever backward (toward UP) to raise the implement and permit completion
of turn. Return the implement to the work position by selecting the position control lever to the previous position
against the stop.
To finish work and transport, pull position control lever
rearward fully to UP position.
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Lowering Rate Control Knob
FIG. 4-27: The lowering rate knob 1 adjusts the rate of
drop of the three-point hitch and implement. Turn knob
clockwise to slow drop rate (increase lowering time),
counterclockwise to increase drop rate (decrease lowering time). Turning the knob fully clockwise will lock the
implement (or hitch) in raised position for transport.
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CAUTION: When working on or around mounted implements, always lower to ground prior
to work. If implement must be raised, always
block implement and lower links securely.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
BREAK-IN PERIOD
STARTING
The operation of Tractor within the first fifty hours can be
a major factor in determining the performance and life of
the engine and Tractor:
Pre-Start Inspection
Prior to daily start-up of Tractor, a few basic procedures
should be followed to ensure Tractor is in operating order to insure life and dependability:
・The engine may be operated at full rpm but excessive
load should be avoided. If engine begins to “lug”
operate in a lower gear to maintain higher engine
speed.
・Check coolant level and check engine, transmission
and other oil levels frequently during break-in period.
Watch for evidence of leakage of above fluids.
Replenish levels as required and repair any leaks that
may have formed.
・Tighten any nuts, bolts, or screws that may have
loosened and tighten as necessary. This is especially
true of wheel retaining bolts. All fasteners on this
Tractor are metric.
・Be observant of clutch pedal free-play adjustment and
brake adjustment and readjust as required. Lining
materials used on clutch and brake discs “bed in” in
the first few hours of operation and may necessitate
the need for early and frequent readjustment.
・Keep area around fuel tank filler clean and make sure
diesel fuel is correct grade and free of contamination.
・Initial engine oil and oil filter change is after first fifty
hours of operation. Subsequent change interval is
every one hundred hours for engine oil and filter.
・Make sure all safety shields are in place and secured
properly.
・Make sure operator is instructed on correct and
safe operation of Tractor and related attachments or
implements.
・Check coolant, engine oil and transmission oil levels
and replenish as necessary.
・Check fan belt tension and adjust as required.
・Make sure radiator, air intake screens and radiator
screen are clear of debris to provide maximum engine
cooling.
・Check operation of clutch, brake and throttle controls.
All controls must operate freely and be adjusted
correctly.
・Conduct a general inspection of tires, tire pressure
and wheel bolt torque. Observe for external signs of
leakage and correct before operating Tractor. Check
steering for excessive looseness.
・Check for adequate fuel supply. It is recommended
fuel tank be filled following each day’s use to reduce
condensation and provide full tank for next use.
・Check operation of lights and warning flashers. If
Tractor is to be transported on public road, ensure
slow-moving vehicle emblem is in place.
CAUTION: Proper maintenance practices
cannot be over-emphasized. They are required for safe operation. Consult “Lubrication and Maintenance” section for full details.
NOTE: Requirements may vary regarding use of warning flashers and slow-moving vehicle emblem
depending on locality. Check local safety
codes.
WARNING: Carefully read and understand
the SAFETY section of this manual. Your
life, and that of others, can be in danger
during the starting of the Tractor.
Always start and operate the engine in a
well ventilated area.
If in an enclosed area, vent the exhaust to
the outside.
DO NOT modify or tamper with the exhaust
system.
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Normal Starting
CAUTION: Do not attempt to start the tractor unless seated in the operator’s seat. Do
not allow anyone on the tractor except for
the operator.
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FIGS. 5-1, 5-2 & 5-3: To start the engine proceed as follows:
1. Apply parking brake (1).
2. (a) Mechanical Transmission
Place the gear shift lever (2) in the neural
position.
(b) Hydrostatic Transmission
Place the range shift lever (2) in the neural
position.
3. Make sure the rear PTO (4) and mid PTO selector
levers (5) are in the neutral position.
4. Fully depress the main clutch pedal (6) to disengage
the clutch. (Mechanical Transmission)
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5. Make sure the PTO switch (7) is in the OFF
position. (Hydrostatic Transmission)
7
4
CAUTION: The operator being seated in the
operator’s seat, the gearshift lever must be
in neutral and the PTO levers must be in
neutral to actuate safety switches and permit operation of the starter motor.
3
8
6. Set the position control lever (8) (three-point hitch)
in the down position.
7. Turn the main switch (9) to the “glow” position for
5-10 seconds.
8. Set the throttle lever (10) at half to the fully open
position.
9. Turn the main switch (9) to the “on” position for 1-2
seconds, then turn to the “start” position. Release
the switch the moment engine starts.
10. Once the engine runs smoothly, set engine speed
to approximately 1,500 rpm to allow the engine and
hydraulic system to warm up for several minutes.
DO NOT LOAD A COLD ENGINE.
5
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IMPORTANT: Do not crank the engine for more than
10 seconds at a time. Allow the starter
to cool at least 20 seconds before repeating procedure. Never turn the main
switch to “start” with the engine running.
Severe damage will result.
The battery charge indicator lamp and engine oil pressure lamp on the indicator light strip should go out when
the engine starts. If either light remains lit, STOP THE
ENGINE IMMEDIATELY and investigate source of problem.
7
NOTE: If the engine will not start and run after several
attempts, refer to “Maintenance” section in this
book and bleed any air that may be present in
the fuel system.
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Restarting Warm Engine
Warm-Up Period
When restarting an engine that is still warm from previous use, the same procedure is used as with “normal
starting” except step No. 7 may be omitted. Use of glow
plugs is not necessary when starting a warm engine.
After starting a cold engine, let the engine idle at slow
speed to make sure all engine components are lubricated. In cold ambient temperatures, extended warm-up
will be required to also warm hydraulic fluid and lubricate
driveline components. Suggested warm-up period:
Cold Weather Starting
Ambient Temp.
Procedure for starting an engine in cold ambient temperatures is identical to “Normal Starting” procedure except
for the following:
1. Longer use of glow plugs may be required. Instead
of the normal 5-10 seconds, the main switch may
need to be selected to “glow” for 10-20 seconds to
adequately warm engine combustion chambers.
2. At temperatures below 30°F (4°C) use of No.1 (No.
1-D) diesel fuel is recommended due to possible
“fuel gelling” characteristics of No. 2 (No. 2-D) fuel
at cold ambient temperature.
3. T h e c e n t r a l h y d r a u l i c f l u i d i n a d d i t i o n t o
transmission and centre housing lubrication, will
require additional warm-up time due to cold (thicker)
oil.
Refer to “Warm-Up Period” below.
4. Test all controls (steering, braking, etc.) prior to
operating the tractor.
Warm-Up Time
F˚
C˚
32˚ & up
0˚ & up
5 to 10 min.
32˚ to 24˚
0˚ to -10˚
10 to 20 min.
24˚ to -2˚
-10˚ to -20˚
20 to 30 min.
-2˚ & less
-20˚ & less
30 min. or more
IMPORTANT:
Improper warm-up can result in:
・Severe engine damage
・Hydraulic pump seizure
・Driveline bearing / gear damage
・Sluggish steering / braking
CAUTION: Make sure parking brake is securely applied and all controls are in neutral
while warming unit. Do not leave unit unattended.
NOTE: Installation of accessory engine block heater is
recommended in cold weather conditions.
Consult your ISEKI dealer.
Operator Observations
Constant attention should be paid to the following points
during operation:
・Engine oil pressure lamp will come on in case of low
engine oil pressure. Stop engine immediately.
・Battery charge lamp will come on if the battery is
not being charged properly. Stop the engine and
investigate the cause.
・Coolant temperature gauge needle will indicate H (hot)
in case of an overheated engine. Stop the engine,
and allow it to cool and investigate the cause of
overheating.
・Fuel gauge should not be allowed to reach E (empty)
as running out of fuel may result with need to bleed air
from the fuel system.
IMPORTANT: U N D E R N O C I R C U M S TA N C E S
SHOULD EITHER OR OTHER STARTI N G F L U I D B E U S E D TO S TA RT
ENGINES EQUIPPED WITH GLOW
PLUGS.
SEVERE ENGINE DAMAGE WILL
RESULT SHOULD STARTING FLUID
CONTACT HOT GLOW PLUG.
If, for some reason, a booster battery by required to start
the tractor, ensure a booster battery is connected in parallel. When using a booster battery and booster cables
always connect positive(+) terminals together first. Then
install booster cable on the booster battery negative(-)
terminal and ground final booster cable end on the tractor away from the tractor battery.
CAUTION: DO NOT attempted to service the
tractor with the engine running or hot. Allow
it to cool.
NOTE: Refer to “Trouble-Shooting” when defect is indicated, to assist locating problem.
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MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION
Ground Speed Selection
Tractor is equipped to provide 8 forward gear speeds
and 8 reverse gear speeds.
FIG. 5-4: Gear shift lever, 1, provides four gear selections. These gear selections are compounded by range
shift lever, 2. The range shift lever provides 2 major
changes in ground speed. Gear shift lever provides
smaller ground speed changes.
1
2
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FIG. 5-5: Depress clutch pedal and position shift levers
in desired positions. Depress brake pedals to release
parking brake lock and then slowly release clutch pedal.
Should another transmission gear be desired:
4
・Range Shift - Depress the clutch pedal and shift
gears after bringing the tractor to a complete stop.
1
2
3
・Gear shift - Depress clutch and brake pedals stopping
the Tractor. Select desired range lever position and
continue with operation.
IMPORTANT: Depress clutch and stop Tractor before
all range lever shifts.
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MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION
Ground Speed Selection
FIG. 5-6: Arrangement of gears with appropriate ground
speeds, in order from slow to fast, are shown in chart
below, for mechanical transmissions.
SHIFT
POSITIONS
Range
TM3215
(Engine 2500 rpm)
TM3245
(Engine 2600 rpm)
TM3265
(Engine 2600 rpm)
mech.
mech.
mech.
KPH
KPH
KPH
Gear
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Agri
Turf
(9.5 - 18)
(315 / 75D - 15)
Forward
Agri
(95 - 16)
Turf
(315 / 75D - 15)
1.6
1.7
1.6
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.8
3.4
3.2
3.4
3.2
3.7
4.4
4.2
4.4
4.2
Agri
(9.5 - 16)
Turf
(31X13.5 - 15)
1
1.5
1.4
1.7
2
2.0
1.9
3
3.1
4
4.0
Tire
1
7.5
6.9
8.3
7.9
8.3
7.9
2
10.2
9.4
11.2
10.7
11.2
10.7
3
15.5
14.2
17.0
16.2
17.0
16.2
4
20.1
18.5
22.2
21.1
22.2
21.1
High Idle
Max. Speed
(forward)
22.1
High Idle
20.4
24.4
High Idle
23.2
24.4
23.2
Reverse
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1
1.3
1.2
1.5
1.4
1.5
1.4
2
1.8
1.7
2.0
1.9
2.0
1.9
3
2.8
2.5
3.0
2.9
3.0
2.9
4
3.6
3.3
3.9
3.8
3.9
3.8
1
6.7
6.2
7.4
7.0
7.4
7.0
2
9.1
8.3
10.0
9.5
10.0
9.5
3
13.8
12.7
15.2
14.5
15.2
14.5
4
17.9
16.5
19.7
18.8
19.7
18.8
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FIG. 5-7: Forward/reverse shuttle lever, 3, provides
constant changes in travel direction in each gear/range
combination. Reverse travel speed is slightly slower
than forward travel in the same gear speed selection.
CAUTION: Reduce engine speed before
changing travel direction. Tractors with
manual “shuttle” require complete stop of
tractor before changing shuttle lever position.
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STOPPING TRACTOR
FIGS. 5-8 & 5-9: Brake pedals, 1 and 2, may be used
independently to operate respective brake and assist
turning at low speed operation. Unlatch brake pedals
and use as required to assist turning.
3
When Tractor is being used at higher rate of speed,
brake pedals must be latched together with interlocking
plate, 3, so both brakes will apply at the same time.
CAUTION: Do not use one wheel braking
at high speed. Always latch brake pedals
together when Tractor is being transported.
Make sure brakes are adjusted evenly.
1
To stop the tractor with Mechanical transmission, move
the throttle lever,1, forward, to reduce engine speed and
slow travel. Depress the clutch pedal,2, and brake pedal,3, to stop. Position the range shift lever,4, and shuttle
shift,5, in neutral position.
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Be make sure to latch the brake pedals together, depress the brake pedals and pull parking brake lever,6,
up firmly.
Allow engine speed to idle several minutes to allow even
cooling. Then turn main switch to “off” shutting off engine. Lower three-point hitch and remove key from ignition.
5
1
2
3
6
4
CAUTION: Before leaving the tractor unattended, make sure parking brakes are applied, rear mounted implement is lowered to
the ground and the key is removed from the
ignition switch.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
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Throttle lever
Clutch pedal
Brake pedal
Sub
Parking brake
Brake lever
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FIG. 5-10: Always park Tractor on level area whenever
possible. If hillside parking is necessary, securely block
both rear wheels as shown.
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HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION
Ground Speed Selection
FIGS. 5-11 & 5-12: The Hydraulic transmission provides
infinite speed control in forward or reverse.
The range shift lever (1) provides major changes in
ground speed. Tractors have snail, tortoise and hare
speed selections.
1
Pedal (2) controls forward travel speed. As the pedal is
progressively pushed down, a corresponding increase in
ground speed will be noticed. When released, the pedal
will return to neutral and the tractor stops travelling.
Reverse speed is obtained by pushing pedal (3) down.
As the pedal is progressively pushed dwon, a corresponding increase in ground speed will be noticed.
When released, the pedal will return to neutral and the
tractor stops reversing.
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1
2
Range shift lever
Forward control pedal
3
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Reverse control pedal
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FIG. 5-13: Arrangment of gears with appropriate ground
speeds, in order from slow to fast, as shown in the chart
at right, for hydrostatic transmission.
SHIFT
POSITIONS
TM3215
(Engine 2500 rpm)
Range
HST
HST
HST
KPH
KPH
KPH
L
8.0
7.3
8.8
8.1
8.8
8.1
M
12.9
11.9
14.2
13.1
14.2
13.1
H
21.1
19.4
22.2
20.4
22.2
20.4
Max. Speed
(forward)
Stopping Tractor
TM3265
(Engine 2600 rpm)
Agri
Turf
Agri
Turf
Agri
Turf
(9.5 - 16) (31X13.5 - 15) (9.5 - 18) (31.5/75D - 15) (9.5 - 18) (31.5/75D - 15)
Forward
Tire
CAUTION: Before leaving the tractor unattended, make sure parking brakes are applied, rear mounted implement is lowered to
the ground and the key is removed from the
ignition switch.
TM3245
(Engine 2600 rpm)
High Idle
23.2
High Idle
21.3
24.4
High Idle
22.4
24.4
22.4
Reverse
FIG. 5-14: To stop the tractor with a hydrostatic transmission, release the forward HST pedal (3).
L
6.0
5.5
6.6
6.1
6.6
6.1
M
9.7
8.9
10.7
9.8
10.7
9.8
H
15.8
14.5
16.6
15.3
16.6
15.3
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This action will stop forward travel. Move the throttle
lever (1) forward to reduce engine speed, depress the
brake pedal (2) and set the parking brake lever (3).
Move the range shift lever (5) to neutral position.
Allow the engine to idle several minutes to allow even
cooling, then turn the main switch to the “off” position,
shutting off the engine.
Lower the three-point hitch and remove the key from the
main switch.
1
2
4
3
5
CAUTION: Make sure brakes are adjusted
evenly.
CRUISE CONTROL
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Setting cruise control
Depress the forward pedal (3) and keep your intended
speed. And shift the cruise control lever (6) to forward
direction and set it.
3
CAUTION: If it is adjusted only by the cruise
control lever without pedal operation, the
cruise control lever will be deformed. Never
fail to operate the forward pedal and set
with the lever.
2
Releasing cruise control
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Cruise control is released if the lever is returned to neutral position gradually or brake pedal (2) is depressed.
6
CAUTION: If cruise control is released by
depressing brake pedal, it is dangerous because broke is engaged at the same time.
Except for emergency case, release the
cruise control by shifting cruise control lever to neutral position gradually.
WARNING: Cruise control should only be
used in open spaces, without obstacles,
with unobstructed view or traveling on road.
You must also be thoroughly familiar with
releasing cruise control.
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DIFFERENTIAL LOCK OPERATION
FIG. 5-17: Differential lock pedal (2) should only be
depressed when required as steering ability is greatly
reduced. To engage the differential lock, depress the
clutch pedal and allow all rear wheel movement to stop.
Depress the lock pedal and slowly engage the clutch. To
disengage the differential lock, depress the clutch pedal.
The Differential Lock pedal should normally return to the
“off” position.
2
IMPORTANT: Depress the main clutch pedal and stop
the tractor before engaging the differential lock.
CAUTION: When the differential lock is engaged, steering ability of the tractor will be
greatly reduced. Disengage before attempting a turn. Do not use during transport.
Dif-lock pedal is located at left side for HSTtype, and right side for mechanical type.
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FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE
FIG. 5-18 : The four-wheel drive shift lever 1 engages
and disengages the drive for the front axle. With the lever down, the front axle (4WD) is engaged and power is
available to both front and rear axles. With the lever up,
the front axle is disengaged.
2
NOTE: Illuminate the monitor lamp on the meter panel
when 4WD control lever is pushed down.
1
2
IMPORTANT: Depress main clutch pedal and stop
tractor before engaging or disengaging
four-wheel drive. Do not use 4-WD on
hard surfaces. Rapid wear of the front
tyres and possible drive line damage
could occur if 4-WD is operated for prolonged periods on hard surfaces.
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FIG. 5-19: When the front axle drive is engaged, the
ground speed of the front tyres will vary from that of rear
tyres. This is to assist steering when four-wheel drive
is selected. For this reason, the front axle must be disengaged when the tractor is transported or operated on
a hard, dry surface. Failure to do so will result in rapid
wear of the front drive tyres and possible driveline damage.
IMPORTANT: Always disengage front drive axle when
operating in conditions with minimal
wheel slippage (DRY OR HARD SURFACES).
If tire replacement is necessary, identical
replacements must be installed to maintain correct front/rear axle ratio.
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POWER TAKE-OFF (PTO)
WARNING: PTO shafts and PTO driven
implements can be extremely dangerous.
Observe the following important points:
Ensure that all PTO safety shields are in
place at all times.
Ensure all PTO-driven implements are in
good condition and conform to current
standards.
DO NOT operate tractor without a PTO cap
installed. The cap protects people from injury as well as the splines from damage.
NEVER step across any driveline.
Before attaching, adjusting or working on
PTO driven implements, disengage the PTO,
stop the engine and remove the key. DO
NOT work under raised equipment.
DO NOT use the tractor drawbar or the implement drawbar as a step.
NEVER use the driveline as a step.
Before engaging a PTO-driven implement,
ALWAYS carefully raise and lower the implement using Position Control. Check clearances, PTO shaft sliding range and articulation.
NEVER wear loose fitting clothes.
Keep at least your height away from a rotating driveline.
Rear PTO Shaft
FIG. 5-20: A six-spline 1 3 / 8” (35 mm) PTO shaft (1)
is provided at rear of the tractor to provide power for
mounted and other PTO-driven equipment as required.
Normal rear PTO shaft operating speed:
Mechanical
Transmission
(TM 3215)
(TM 3245)
(TM 3265)
545 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2500 engine min-1 (rpm)
567 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
567 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
Hydrostatic
Transmission
(TM3215)
(TM 3245)
(TM 3265)
550 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2500 engine min-1 (rpm)
571 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
571 min-1 (rpm)
@ 2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
1
A protective cover should be positioned over the shaft
splines when not in use.
IMPORTANT: When the rear PTO is used with a threepoint mounted equipment, it may be
necessary to remove the drawbar, at
rear of the tractor. Some types of mounted equipment, when lowered, may allow
the PTO shaft to contact drawbar.
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FIG. 5-21: PTO shield cover
CAUTION: Make sure all PTO shields are installed on the tractor and equipment. Before
cleaning or adjusting the tractor or PTOdriven machine, SHUT OFF THE ENGINE
AND DISENGAGE THE PTO.
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Mid PTO Shaft (M Type)
FIG. 5-22: Mid PTO (1) is a forward-facing shaft located
at underside of the tractor. This is installed to operate
certain mid or front-mounted implements. A 1” (25.4 mm)
fifteen-spline shaft is used.
Normal mid PTO shaft operating speed:
Mechanical transmission
(TM 3215)
2032 min-1 (rpm) @2500 engine min-1 (rpm)
(TM 3245)
2113 min-1 (rpm) @2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
(TM 3265)
2113 min-1 (rpm) @2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
Hydrostatic transmission
(TM3215)
2047 min-1(rpm) @2500 engine min-1 (rpm)
(TM 3245)
2129 min-1 (rpm) @2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
(TM 3265)
2129 min-1 (rpm) @2600 engine min-1 (rpm)
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The mid PTO cover must be installed when the use of
the mid PTO is not required.
CAUTION: Make sure all PTO shields are installed on the tractor and equipment. Before
cleaning or adjusting the tractor or any PTO
driven machine, SHUT OFF THE ENGINE
AND DISENGAGE THE PTO.
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PTO OPERATING CONTROLS
Mechanical Transmission
The rear PTO is engaged and disengaged using the
lever. When the lever (1) is backward the rear PTO is
disengaged.
Use the following procedures when operating with PTO
tools, such as mowers, etc.
The tractors have a single clutch. With the PTO engaged
and transmission gears selected, the PTO will start turning and the tractor will start moving forward as the clutch
is released.
In operations such as mowing grass it will be necessary
to back the tractor up about two tractor lengths away
from uncut grass. This will allow time to start forward
motion and obtain correct PTO speed prior to entering
the area of uncut grass.
To select the rear PTO, push the clutch pedal completely
down to disengage drives to the PTO and transmission.
Lever (1) to M position in slot, and the gearshift levers
to selected gear. Release the clutch pedal at slow engine speed to start the PTO and forward travel, then increase engine speed to obtain the required PTO speed.
To select the mid mounted PTO, use the same procedure as outlined rear PTO, but use the mid PTO control
lever. With the clutch pedal fully depressed move the
lever (2) to M position to engage the PTO and to N
position to disengage it.
IMPORTANT: Before moving the rear and mid-PTO
selector levers, the clutch pedal must be
depressed to disengage power to the
drive.
1
2
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PTO OPERATING CONTROLS
Hydrostatic transmission
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FIG. 5-24 & 5-25: Rear PTO and mid PTO are both controlled by PTO control switch (1).
Rear PTO selector lever (2)is used to engage rear PTO
gears inside the transmission housing.
2
To select a PTO If the rear PTO is to be used, make
sure PTO control switch is OFF and then pull rear PTO
selector lever (2) forward to M position (540rpm) to engage coupling (4).
1
3
If the mid PTO is to be used, make sure the PTO control
switch is OFF and then push mid PTO selector lever (3)
forward to M position (2000 rpm) to engage gear (6).
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If both PTO’s are to be used, make sure PTO control
switch is OFF and shift both control levers to the engaging positions.
6
To engage PTO - The PTO switch (1) must be first be
pushed in and rotated clock wise to actuate hydaulic
clutch (5) and complete the drive.
To disengage PTO - The PTO control switch (1) is
pushed to release hydraulic clutch (5).
ALWAYS move PTO control switch to OFF before shifting a PTO selector lever (2 or 3).
PTO Operating Controls
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The pressure control unit, 7, operates when the PTO
clutch, 5, begins to operate, enabling efficient engaging
of the PTO with a minimum of shock.
Setting the mode change switch, 6, facilitates optimum
engagement of the PTO.
Push PTO selectable switch, 6, to engage rear and mid
PTO more smoothly and slowly.
Push PTO selectable switch, 6, again, to return to normal mode.
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NOTE: Lower the engine speed when turning On PTO
control switch if there is considerable shock.
THREE-POINT HITCH
Three-point hitch combines the tractor and implement
into one working unit. Implement positioning and raising are controlled hydraulically. In addition, implement
weight and loads impose downward pressure to the tractor rear wheels to increase traction.
Hitch Controls
1
FIG. 5-28: Control quadrant, to the right of the operator’s
seat, controls the system which provides the following
hitch control functions:
Position Control - Maintains the hitch position at constant
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height in relation to the tractor. As the position control
lever (1) is moved rearward, the hitch (and implement)
are raised. Moving the lever forward will lower the hitch
to the selected position. Each lever setting provides a
specific hitch (and implement) position.
FIG. 5-29: Lowering Rate Control Handle (2) controls
the discharge rate of hydraulic oil thus adjusting lowering speed of the hitch and implement. Turn the handle
clockwise to slow drop rate, counterclockwise to increase drop rate. Turning the handle fully clockwise will
lock the implement in raised position.
2
CAUTION: When working on or around
mounted implements, always lower them to
ground prior to work. If an implement must
be raised, always block the implement and
the lower links securely.
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CAUTION: Always shut off the PTO and shut
off the tractor engine before servicing any
PTO-driven implement. Allow all movement
and motion to stop before leaving operator’s seat.
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CAUTION: Use the position control lever
(FIG. 5-28-(1)) when attaching or detaching
an implements.
NOTE: When starting the engine, ensure the implement is lowered to the ground. This reduces
load on the starter due to hitch trying to rise
when the engine is cranked.
Rear Linkage
FIG. 5-30: Linkage consists of several major components for implement attachment and operation:
4
Lower Links (1) - Primary attaching points to lower
implement pins.
Lift Rods (2) - Connect the lower links to the hydraulic
lift arms for raising / lowering of the lower links. The lift
rod connected to the right lower link has provisions for
levelling the implement (side to side).
2
Check Chains (3) - Reduce side sway of the implement.
Top Link (4) - Adjustable, turn-buckle type to level implement (from to rear).
5
3
Spring (5) - Secures the lower links together to prevent
tyre interference when the hitch is not used.
1
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FIG. 5-31: Linkage provides two positions of connecting
the top link (1) to the tractor.
For most implements, securing the top link (1) in the upper hole A is satisfactory, but position may be varied to
provide increased implement height during transport.
1
CAUTION: Secure all pins after adjustment
is made. Always use pins supplied with the
tractor.
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When top link is not used, fix top link by top link hook.
CAUTION: Hook on the screw parts of top
link and never interfere with lift rod.
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When top link is used, hold the top link hook by clamp
on frame.
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Attaching Implements
CAUTION: Always use POSITION CONTROL
to attach / detach implements to provide
precise control of the hitch.
FIG. 5-34: Reverse the tractor to the implement, centring the tractor with the implement hitch frame.
Raise or lower the hitch using the position control lever
(1) and align the left lower link end with the corresponding implement attaching pin. Lock the brakes, shut off
the engine and remove the main switch key.
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FIG. 5-35: Slide the ball end of the left lower link (1) over
the implement pin and secure with a linchpin. Adjust
height of the right lower link using the turn buckle (2). Attach and secure the right lower link (3) to the implement
with a linchpin. Attach the top link (4) to the top of the
implement hitch frame using the pin supplied with the
tractor. Rotate the centre barrel section of the top link,
to lengthen or shorten it, and level the implement from
front to rear. After the implement is attached, it can be
readjusted for level operation using the lift rod and top
link turn buckles. Secure all adjustments.
2
4
IMPORTANT: With some “mounted” implements, it will
be necessary to remove the drawbar at
rear of the tractor to permit the implement to be raised and lowered without
obstruction.
1
3
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FIG. 5-36: Certain implements require minimal sideplay.
The check chain (1) at each lower link should be evenly
adjusted to reduce side-play to the desirable level. Do
not, however, elimiate all side-play as chain or lower link
damage may result.
NOTE: The amount of side-play (check chain looseness) is dependent upon the implement to be
mounted and type of operation. Normally 50
mm (2”) of total side movement is desired, 25
mm (1”) to each side of the tractor centre line.
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Using Position Control
Function - Attaching / detaching implements and operations requiring the implement to be kept at constant
height above ground. Also used with tool bars having
flexible row units and implements equipped with gauge
(support) wheels.
FIG. 5-37: Lever Positions - Use the control lever (1) to
adjust hitch and implement position.
NOTE: Front lever stop (2) can be set to contact position control lever in implement work position.
This enables the implement to be returned to
identical position after the hitch has been raised
for turning, transporting, etc. Rear lever stop (3)
can be set to limit raising height, if required.
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To Begin Work - Align the tractor and implement in field
and move the position control lever (1) forward (toward
DOWN). Adjust implement height using the position
control lever and set the adjustable stops (2) and (3) as
desired.
2
When Turning - Move the position lever (1) rearward
(toward Up) to raise the implement. Finish turning and
return the lever against the lower stop to resume operation.
To Finish Work and Transport - Move the position control lever (1) fully rearward in the quadrant.
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FIG. 5-38: Lowering speed can be readjusted as necessary using the lowering rate control handle (4). Turning
the handle fully clockwise will prevent links from lowering.
CAUTION: When using a mounted implements with PTO driveline, make sure:
・PTO drive shaft has minimum 51 mm (2”)
engagement of telescoping sections at all
hitch / implement positions.
・Hitch height during raising does not bind
driveshaft universal joints due to extreme
driveshaft angles.
・PTO drive is disengaged during transport.
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OPERATION
Detaching Implements
CAUTION: Always use POSITION CONTROL
to attach / detach implements to provide
precise control of the hitch.
Select a level to detach and store the implement.
Lower implement to ground by moving the position
control lever to DOWN. If necessary, adjust the levelling crank on the right lift link to level the implement on
ground.
Shut off the engine, securely lock the brakes and remove the main switch key from the tractor.
Disconnect the implement PTO driveshaft (as applicable). Detach the top link from the implement.
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NOTE: Lengthening or shortening of the top link may
be required to permit disconnection from the
imple-ment.
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FIG. 5-39: Disconnect the lower links from the implement pins. Make sure the lower links are connected together with the spring (1) to prevent tyre interference.
Take position in the operator’s seat, start the engine and
drive the tractor clear of the implement.
External Auxiliary Hydraulics
Auxiliary hydraulics can be installed to operate implements requiring external hydraulic source for operation.
FIG. 5-40: Control lever, 1, controls implement raising/
lowering when first set of remote couplers are used.
Control lever, 2, controls implement when second set of
remote couplers are used.
Control lever(s) are spring-loaded to center neutral position, from normal raise or lower positions.
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FIG. 5-41: Remote couplers are located at rear of Tractor, above three-point hitch, or, under right step (depending on kit installed). Rear location shown.
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Coupler set, 1, corresponds with control lever, 1, coupler
set, 2, with control lever, 2.
Implement hoses must be connected to each coupler
set so when respective control lever is pulled backward,
implement raises and, when pushed forward, implement
lowers. Male coupler tips (on implement hoses) must
be compatible with Tractor couplers and must also be
inserted fully and locked into Tractor couplers to operate
correctly.
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CAUTION: Always lower implement to
ground, shut off engine and relieve system
pressure (by operating control levers with
engine off) before connecting or disconnecting implement hoses.
CAUTION: Make sure all hydraulic hoses,
couplers and cylinders are in good condition before use. Damaged equipment is dangerous.
FIG. 5-42: Most implements require double-acting hydraulics. Each implement cylinder will have two hoses
connected to it.
When single-acting service is required (cylinder with
only one hose), the inner “A” coupler will be used and
selector function, 1, must be turned to the left.
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NOTE: For normal double-acting operation selector
function must be turned to the right.
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Roll Over Protect in Structure (ROPS)
Tractor is equipped with fold-down ROPS which can be
folded down and the Tractor functionally used in that
condition for low clearance situation such as orchards,
vineyards, barns, and chicken houses, etc.
Always raise ROPS in to the fully erect position at the
earliest time.
ROPS must be maintained in this fully raised position at
all times unless practical operation of the tractor dictates
other wise, (as described above).
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How to Tilt ROPS
FIG. 5-43: Remove linchpin, (1), remove pin, (2) , and
tilt the ROPS rearward care fully.
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CAUTION: Do not weld, drill, bend or
straighten. Make sure all components are
in correct working order to provide the intended protection.
Only original bolts, or equivalent replacements, must be used and tightened to correct torque value Make sure both “hinge”
joints are properly secured.
To prevent PIN ASSY from being lost,
insert the ring of wire onto knob and assemble it.
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OPERATION
Center ROPS type
(view from operator’s seat)
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This tractor is equipped with center mounted roll-over
protective structure (Center ROPS). Seat belt must be
worn.
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2
2
When the tractor is not being operated, the ROPS can
be folded down if it will hit the roof of the garage where it
is parked.
FIG. 5-45: After removing the lock pin, 1, and the pin, 2,
the upper portion, 3, of ROPS can be folded down to the
front.
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FIG. 5-46: The upper portion, 3, of ROPS can be fixed
to folded position by installing the lock pin, 1, and the
pin, 2.
(view from operator’s seat)
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WARNING: Do not operate the tractor with
the ROPS folded down. This may result in
serious injury if the tractor rolls over.
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3
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CAUTION: The purpose is fixing wire, tighten up the bolt so that the spring parts of it
is crushed.
To prevent PIN ASSY from being lost,
bind the ring of wire by frame and rubber washer,
and tighten up bolt (M8 X 16(SP)).
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LUBRICATION & PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
SPECIFICATIONS & CAPACITIES
(Mechanical Transmission)
Engine Oil
Use engine oil of the appropriate SAE viscosity. Oil must meet or exceed; MIL-L-2104 C requirements, API Service
“CD”.
TM3215F
TM3245F
TM3265F
Capacity (litres).......................................................2.7.................................... 2.7.....................................3.1
Recommended Viscosity:
78F (25C) and Above......................... SAE 30W, 10W - 30..........SAE 30W, 10W - 30..........SAE 30W, 10W- 30
32-78F (0 -25C).................................. SAE 20W, 10W - 30..........SAE 20W, 10W - 30......... SAE 30W, 10W - 30
Below 32F (0C).................................. SAE 10W, 10W - 30..........SAE 10W, 10W - 30......... SAE 30W, 10W - 30
Recommended Change Intervals:
Initial Oil and Filter Change......................... 50 hours............................50 hours........................... 50 hours
Oil and Filter Change, Thereafter.......... Every 150 hours................Every 150 hours............... Every 150 hours
Engine Coolant
Freezing Protection (Original factory Fill)........-34°C (-30°F).................... -34°C (-30°F) .................. -34°C (-30°F)
Recommended Coolant............................ 50 / 50 mixture ethylene...... 50 / 50 mixture ethylene.......50 / 50 mixture ethylene
glycol and water................glycol and water............... glycol and water
System Capacity (litres)..........................................4.5.................................... 4.5.....................................5.0
Fuel Tank
Capacity (litres)......................................................28.0.................................. 28.0...................................28.0
Fuel recommended,
Above 4°C (39°F).......................................... No.2 or No.2-D..................No.2 or No.2-D................. No.2 or No.2-D
Fuel Recommended,
Below 4°C (39°F)........................................... No.1 or No.1-D..................No.1 or No.1-D................. No.1 or No.1-D
Transmission & Differential Housing (Including Hydraulic System)
Capacity (litres)
F......................................................................18.0.................................. 18.0 ................................ 18.0
Recommended Lubricant.............................Shell DONAX TD.............. Shell DONAX TD.............. Shell DONAX TD
or equivalent.................... or equivalent.....................or equivalent
Recommended Change Interval..................... First 50 hours....................First 50 hours................... First 50 hours
every 200 hours thereafter........every 200 hours thereafter....... every 200 hours thereafter
Front Axle
Capacity (Common Reservoir) (litres).....................4.0.................................... 4.0.....................................4.0
Recommended Change Lubricant...................SAE 80 GL-4.................... SAE 80 GL-4.................... SAE 80 GL-4
Recommended Change Interval................... Every 300 hours . .............Every 300 hours .............. Every 300 hours
Grease Fittings
Greaseing Interval (All Fittings)..................... Every 50 hours . ...............Every 50 hours ................ Every 50 hours
Recommended Grease.............................Lithium base grease No.2 ....... Lithium base grease No.2 ........Lithium base grease No.2
NOTE: Change intervals stated above are for normal usage. Due to adverse operating conditions that may be experienced (extremely dusty of muddy), change intervals may need to be more frequent.
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LUBRICATION & PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
(Hydrostatic Transmission)
Engine Oil
Use engine oil of the appropriate SAE viscosity. Oil must meet or exceed; MIL-L-2104 C requirements, API Service
“CD”.
TM3215FH
TM3245FH
TM3265FH
Capacity (litres).......................................................2.7.................................... 2.7.....................................3.1
Recommended Viscosity:
78F (25C) and Above......................... SAE 30W, 10W - 30.......... SAE 30W, 10W- 30...........SAE 30W, 10W- 30
32-78F (0 -25C).................................. SAE 20W, 10W - 30..........SAE 30W, 10W - 30......... SAE 30W, 10W - 30
Below 32F (0C).................................. SAE 10W, 10W - 30..........SAE 30W, 10W - 30......... SAE 30W, 10W - 30
Recommended Change Intervals:
Initial Oil and Filter Change......................... 50 hours............................50 hours........................... 50 hours
Oil and Filter Change, Thereafter.......... Every 150 hours................Every 150 hours............... Every 150 hours
Engine Coolant
Freezing Protection (Original factory Fill)........-34°C (-30°F) ................... -34°C (-30°F).................... -34°C (-30°F)
Recommended Coolant............................ 50 / 50 mixture ethylene...... 50 / 50 mixture ethylene.......50 / 50 mixture ethylene
glycol and water................glycol and water............... glycol and water
System Capacity (litres)..........................................4.5.................................... 4.5...................................... 5
Fuel Tank
Capacity (litres)....................................................... 28......................................28..................................... 28
Fuel recommended,
Above 4°C (39°F).......................................... No.2 or No.2-D..................No.2 or No.2-D................. No.2 or No.2-D
Fuel Recommended,
Below 4°C (39°F)........................................... No.1 or No.1-D..................No.1 or No.1-D................. No.1 or No.1-D
Transmission & Differential Housing (Including Hydraulic System)
Capacity (litres)
FHSM (with Mid-mount PTO and
18.0.................................. 18.0...................................18.0
Recommended Lubricant.............................Shell DONAX TD.............. Shell DONAX TD.............. Shell DONAX TD
or equivalent.................... or equivalent.....................or equivalent
Recommended Change Interval..................... First 50 hours....................First 50 hours................... First 50 hours
every 200 hours thereafter........every 200 hours thereafter....... every 200 hours thereafter
Front Axle
Capacity (Common Reservoir) (litres).....................4.0.................................... 4.0.....................................4.0
Recommended Change Lubricant...................SAE 80 GL-4.................... SAE 80 GL-4.................... SAE 80 GL-4
Recommended Change Interval................... Every 300 hours . .............Every 300 hours............... Every 300 hours
Grease Fittings
Greaseing Interval (All Fittings)..................... Every 50 hours . ...............Every 50 hours ................ Every 50 hours
Recommended Grease.............................Lithium base grease No.2 ....... Lithium base grease No.2.........Lithium base grease No.2
NOTE: Change intervals stated above are for normal usage. Due to adverse operating conditions that may be experienced (extremely dusty of muddy), change intervals may need to be more frequent.
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TM3215,3245,3265
(Mechanical Transmission)
FIGS. 6-1 & 6-2: General layout of lubrication, fill and
drain locations on the tractor:
Filling diagram
Engine
Clutch pedal
Steering gear box
Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
Greasing point
Front axle
Pivot F/R
Radiator
Oil filler
Oil drain
Engine
Transmission
Transmission
Parking brake
Level point
Radiator filler
Front axle
Engine
Brake pedal
Radiator drain
Radiator
Front axle
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Filling position
Oil
Capacity (liter)
Engine
ISEKI diesel engine oil
API: more than “CC”
grade
Radiator
Transmission case
Antifreeze
(LLC) 50%
3.1
ISEKI U.T.H. oil
5
18
Filling position
Clutch pedal
Brake pedal
Parking brake
Oil
Grease
Grease
Grease
Capacity (liter )
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
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Front axle
ISEKI malti deluxe
oil #80
4
Fuel tank
Light diesel oil
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Filling diagram
Engine
Clutch pedal
Steering gear box
Transmission
Transmission
Transmission
Greasing point
Front axle
Pivot F/R
Radiator
Oil filler
Oil drain
Engine
Transmission
Transmission
Parking brake
Level point
Radiator filler
Front axle
Engine
Brake pedal
Radiator drain
Radiator
Front axle
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Filling position
Oil
Capacity (liter)
Engine
ISEKI diesel engine oil
API: more than “CC”
grade
2.7
Radiator
Transmission case
Antifreeze
(LLC) 50%
ISEKI U.T.H. oil
4.5
18
Filling position
Clutch pedal
Brake pedal
Parking brake
Oil
Grease
Grease
Grease
Capacity (liter)
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
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Front axle
ISEKI malti deluxe
oil #80
4
Fuel tank
Light diesel oil
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TM3215,3245,3265
(Hydrostatic Transmission)
FIGS. 6-3 & 6-4: General layout of lubrication, fill and
drain locations on the tractor:
Filling diagram
Steering gear box
Engine
Front axle
Transmission
Pivot F/R
Transmission
Transmission
Greasing point
Oil filler
Radiator
Engine
Transmission
Oil drain
Front axle
Transmission
Parking brake
Level point
Radiator filler
HST pedal
Brake pedal
Radiator drain
Engine
Radiator
Front axle
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Filling position
Oil
Capacity (liter)
Engine
ISEKI diesel engine oil
API: more than “CC”
grade
Radiator
Transmission case
Antifreeze
(LLC) 50%
3.1
ISEKI U.T.H. oil
5
18
Filling position
Clutch pedal
Brake pedal
Parking brake
Oil
Grease
Grease
Grease
Capacity (liter)
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
60
Front axle
ISEKI malti deluxe
oil #80
4
Fuel tank
Light diesel oil
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LUBRICATION & PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Filling diagram
Engine
Steering gear box
Transmission
Transmission
Front axle
Radiator
Pivot F/R
Transmission
Greasing point
Oil filler
Oil drain
Level point
Radiator filler
Radiator drain
Engine
Transmission
Transmission
Parking brake
HST pedal
Front axle
Engine
Front axle
Radiator
Brake pedal
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Filling position
Oil
Capacity (liter)
Engine
ISEKI diesel engine oil
API: more than “CC”
grade
2.7
Radiator
Transmission case
Antifreeze
(LLC) 50%
ISEKI U.T.H. oil
4.5
18
Filling position
Clutch pedal
Brake pedal
Parking brake
Oil
Grease
Grease
Grease
Capacity (liter)
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
Proper quantity
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Front axle
ISEKI malti deluxe
oil #80
4
Fuel tank
Light diesel oil
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Periodic Inspection and Maintenance Table
○ : Inspect, replenish or adjust ● : Replace △ : Clean or wash
★ : Replacement or servicing at authorized service facility recommended.
★
200 Hr
300 Hr
★
400 Hr
500 Hr
★
600 Hr
●
●
●
●
●
★
1 / 2 years
100 Hr
●
★
1 / Year
★
First insp.
●
1 / Month
Before ope.
○
Remarks
Engine
1
Engine oil
2
Engine oil filter
3
Air cleaner element
○
△
△
△
△
△
△
●
●
Wash every 100 Hr.
Replace every 600 Hr. or once/year.
4
Reserve tank
coolant/level
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
●
●
Wash every 100 Hr.
Replace every 600 Hr. or once/2 years.
5
Radiator
6
Radiator hose
○
○
7
Fuel filter
○
△
△
△
△
●
△
△
8
Fuel pipe hose
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
9
Fan belt
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
10 Battery fluid level
11
●
●
Replace every 200 Hr.
○
○
Transmission
oil filter
14 Front axle oil
15
●
○
○
○
Engine valve
clearance
12 Transmission oil
13
●
Replace every 100 Hr.
○
Tractor
Draining of clutch
chamber
△
Flush once/2 years.
★
Inspect every 200 Hr.
Replace once/2 years.
Wash every 100 Hr.
Replace every 400 Hr.
★
Inspect every 100 Hr.
Replace once/2 years.
Inspect every 100 Hr.
○
Check every
100 Hr. or once/1 year.
★
Inspect every 600 Hr.
●
●
●
●
Replace every 200 Hr.
●
●
●
●
Replace every 200 Hr.
○
○
○
●
Inspect every 200 Hr.
Replace every 600 Hr.
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Inspect every 100 Hr.
○
○
○
○
○
○
Inspect and adjust
every 100 Hr.
16 Clutch pedal play
○
○
17 Brake pedal play
○
○
○
○
○
Inspect and adjust
every 200 Hr.
○
○
○
○
Inspect and adjust
every 200 Hr. ★
○
○
○
Inspect and adjust
every 200 Hr. ★
○
Inspect every 600 Hr.
18 Toe-in adjustment
19
Tightening of tie-rod
ends
○
20
Front axle
front/rear play
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○ : Inspect, replenish or adjust ● : Replace △ : Clean or wash
★ : Replacement or servicing at authorized service facility recommended.
○
○
○
Inspect/add air every 200 Hr.
○
Inspect every 100 Hr.
Tractor
○
23 Electrical wiring
24
Power steering
hose
25 Replenish grease
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
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★
1 / 2 years
○
★
1 / Year
○
1 / Month
○
○
★
600 Hr
○
500 Hr
○
○
★
400 Hr
22 Tighten wheel Nuts
300 Hr
○
★
200 Hr
★
First insp.
○
100 Hr
Before ope.
21 Tire air pressure
Remarks
○
★
Inspect once/year.
Replace once/2 years. (recommended)
★
Inspect every 100 Hr.
Replace once/2 years.
Grease before/after operation.
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LUBRICATION DETAILS
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Grease Fittings
Lubricate all grease fittings (refer to Fig. 6-1,6-2,6-3 &
6-4) every 50 hours of operation using No.2 multipurpose lithiumbase grease. Clean the grease gun and fittings before and after greasing to prevent contamination
from dirt.
NOTE: When operating in muddy or extremely wet
con-ditions, daily lubrication of fittings is recommended.
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SERVICE ACCESS
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CAUTION: Shut off engine before servicing
Tractor. Engine hood side panels and front
grille must be Installed and secured prior to
operating unit.
To access radiator, battery and engine components, top
of engine bonnet can be opened, both hood side panels
and front grill can be easily removed.
FIGS. 6-5 & 6-6: To open; turn locking knob, 1, onequarter turn clockwise on top of engine bonnet, pull upward the bonnet and lock it by retaining stay, 2.
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Reinstall in reverse order, engine bonnet will be necessary to be pulled and closed,1, and then turn one-quarter turn counterclockwise to secure.
FIGS. 6-7,6-8 & 6-9:
To remove side panels; Pull out the upper portion of
side panel and remove the side panel as lifting up to upper direction.
Hook the lower front and rear parts of side panel from
top, and fix with upper front and rear two hookes as
pushing side panel to inward.
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FIGS. 6-10 & 6-11:
To remove front grill; Pull the upper portion of grill to
front direction and lift up and remove the front grill.
Never fail to insert the projection under the grill into the
hole of battery base, and fix with the hook locating upper
left and right.
CAUTION: Take off the left and right connector of head lamp before removing the
grill.
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Engine Oil & Filter
Engine oil and the filter should be changed after the first
50 hours of operation and then every 100 hours thereafter.
FIG. 6-12: To Check Engine Oil Level-The tractor must
be parked on level ground with the engine off. Pull out
the dipstick (1) and check that oil level is between upper
limit F and lower limit L on the dipstick. Wipe off the dipstick, momentarily reinstall it in the engine and check oil
level again.
Add oil through the dipstick / filter opening as required.
DANGER:Muffler tail pipe is extremely hot
just after operation, so take care not to
touch it to avoid burns. Be sure to wear
gloves before checking engine oil level.
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FIG. 6-13: To add oil, open the engine hood and remove
the filler cap. Add oil using a funnel to prevent oil from
spilling.
NOTE: Add oil slowly to assist in venting air from the
crankcase.
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FIG. 6-14: To Change Engine Oil-Operate the tractor
until oil is adequately warmed. Remove the drain plug (1)
from the engine and allow all oil to drain out.
Reinstall the drain plug and fill the engine crankcase to
the upper limit on the dipstick.
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FIG. 6-15: To Replace Engine Oil Filter-Unscrew the
element (1) from the engine and discard. Make sure the
original filter gasket has been removed.
Lubricate the new gasket on the replacement element
with clean engine oil. Screw on the new element until
the gasket contacts the adapter and then tighten element by further 2/3 turn.
Clean spilled oil and refill the crankcase. Start the engine, check for leaks and replenish oil level as required.
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Transmission Oil & Filters
Transmission oil lubricates the transmission, centre
housing, and rear axles and also serves as hydraulic
fluid. Transmission oil and the filter should be changed
after the first 50 hours of operation and then every 200
hours thereafter.
FIGS. 6-16 & 6-17: To Check Transmission Oil LevelPark the tractor on level ground and remove the dipstick
(1). Oil level should be indicated between the upper limit
A and the end of dipstick B.
Oil level is replenished, as necessary, by removing the
filler plug (2) and adding oil through the filler opening.
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NOTE: Adding oil to the transmission will also maintain
correct oil level in the centre housing and rear
axles.
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FIG. 6-18: To Replace Transmission Oil-Remove the
drain plug (1) back of the mid PTO gearbox, and the
final drain plugs (2) on each axle. Completely drain oil
from the system.
IMPORTANT: Completely lower the three-point hitch
prior to draining transmission oil.
When completely drained replace and
tighten all drain plugs. Refill with oil as
out-lined above.
To Clean Hydraulic Oil Filter-Clean the hydraulic oil filter
while oil is removed. Loosen bolt (3) and draw out filter
(1).
When assembling, apply grease on O-ring (2) so as not
to damage.
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Caution: After transmission oil has been replaced or, before the tractor is put in motion
after a long term of storage, or when the hydraulic system does not junction properly,
bleed air from the hydraulic oil circuit as
follows:
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Fig. 6-19: To bleed air from the hydraulic system-Loosen plug (1) by one turn or one turn and a half. NEVER
remove the plug, or oil will be ejected through the plug
hole during air-bleeding operation. Start the engine and
operate it at full throttle.
Overflowing of oil through the plug shows air-bleeding
has been completed. Stop the engine and retighten the
plug.
NOTE: When no oil overflows through the plug, try
loosening the plug by another half turn.
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Hydrostatic Cartridge Oil Filter Replacement
The hydrostatic cartridge oil filter is located under the left
step.
FIG. 6-20: Always replace the hydraulic oil filter while oil
is removed. Carefully unscrew the oil filter (1) from its
transmission. Use of a filter wrench may be necessary.
Clean the filter adapter and lubricate the O-ring on the
replacement filter adpter with clean hydraulic oil. Install
the new filter until O-ring contacts the transmission and
tighten additional 2/3 turn by hand. Do not use a filter
wrench to install the filter.
Replace the cartridge after the first 50 hours, and then
every 200 hours.
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Front Axle Oil
Front drive axle has a common oil level for front differential housing and each wheel reduction unit. Oil level
should be checked every 50 hours of tractor operation
and replaced after every 300 hours.
FIG. 6-21: To Check Oil Level-Park the tractor on level
ground and then remove the oil level plug (1). Oil should
be level with or slightly below the level plug opening.
Remove the fill plug (2) and add oil until oil is expressed
from the level plug opening. Replace the level plug and
fill plug.
To Change Oil-Remove the drain plug (3) from both
wheel reduction units. When all oil has drained out,
replace the drain plugs and fill the housing to the level
plug opening. Replace the level plug and filling plug.
2
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3
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COOLING SYSTEM
CAUTION: DO NOT remove the radiator cap
when the engine is hot. After engine has
cooled down, rotate the cap slowly to release pressure. Then the cap can be safety
removed.
FIG. 6-22: Cooling system is filled at factory with antifreeze solution to protect the engine and radiator to
-34°C (-30°F). Cooling level should be maintained
between upper level and under level of reserve tank.
Check coolant annually as a precaution against freezing.
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NOTE: After adding coolant, start the engine and let
it run until thoroughly warmed so coolant is
mixed.
Periodically check the condition of hoses, belt and
champs and tighten or replace as necessary.
Keep the radiator, radiator screen and hood screens
clean to permit maximum cooling.
UPPER Level
LOWER Level
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IMPORTANT: Use care when cleaning the radiator to
prevent cooling fin damage.
FIG. 6-23: Drain cock (2) will drain coolant from the cylinder block and radiator. The drain cock is located on the
right side of the engine. Coolant should be replaced if it
becomes contaminated with rust or sludge. Loosening
the radiator cap will assist draining.
NOTE: Before adding new coolant, flush inside of the
radiator and engine block with clean water.
The radiator and engine must be drained if freezing temperatures are expected and the cooling system is not
filled with sufficient to provide adequate protection from
freezing.
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FIG. 6-24: Correct fan belt tension helps to insure adequate coolant flow through the cylinder block and radiator. The belt is correctly tensioned when belt deflection is
approximately 12 mm (1/2”) as shown at “x” when thump
pressure is exerted at the centre of belt span.
CAUTION: Due to muffler position, allow it
to cool before checking or adjusting fan belt
tension.
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FIG. 6-25: To adjust belt tension, loosen the alternator
pivot bolt and nut (1) and tensioning bracket bolt (2). Pull
outward on top of the alternator to correctly tension belt
and tighten the bolt (2) first and then tighten the pivot
bolt (1).
2
IMPORTANT: Do not pry against the alternator housing or pulley. Carefully pry against the
alterna-tor mounting flange to prevent
damage.
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ENGINE AIR CLEANER
IMPORTANT: Never operate the engine with the air filters removed.
FIG. 6-26: The engine air cleaner is located above the
engine. To gain access remove the right side panel.
The dust ejector (1) should be squeezed daily to open
it and allow dust to drop out. This will reduce amount of
material which collects on the main filter.
To service the main filter, release the retaining band (2)
over the air cleaner and pull the air cleaner inlet tube to
rear to release it from the retaining hooks, then turn the
air cleaner out for servicing.
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FIG. 6-27: Release clips and uncover. Remove the element. Examine the element and seals for damage and
brittleness. If the element is damaged in any way it must
be replaced.
NOTE: Fit the seal ring of the filter correctly when reinstalling.
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FIG. 6-28: Element may be cleaned (if in serviceable
condition) using following procedures:
・Using compressed air not to exceed 200kPa (30psi)
from the inside of the element, remove loose dirt,
grass, chaff, etc. Be careful not to damage element
pleats with air flow.
・If the element is coated with oil or soot:
1. Prepare solution of warm water and non-foaming
detergent.
2. Soak the element for thirty minutes.
3. Agitate the element in solution until oil and soot
are loosened.
4. Rinse the element until rinse water is clear.
5. Allow the element to completely dry. Do not dry by
using compressed air or heat.
・After cleaning (or washing) the element examine for
pin holes, punctures, or tears. If the element paper,
canister or seal show any signs of physical damage,
the element must be replaced.
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NOTE: Replaced an element which has already been
washed five times.
FUEL SYSTEM
Use only clean diesel fuel of correct grade. Introduction
of water or dirt into the fuel tank or other part of the fuel
system can cause repeated plugging of the fuel filter and
possible injection pump and injector damage.
IMPORTANT: Do not tamper with the injection pump
of injector adjustments as doing so may
ren-der the engine and / or tractor warranty void and may cause severe engine
dam-age. Refer to a local ISEKI Dealer.
Fuel Filter
FIG. 6-29: Fuel filter assembly (1) is located at the right
side of the engine, and is used to strain impurities from
fuel before fuel reaches the injection pump.
Check the filter bowl for accumulation of sediment or
water and clean as required.
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Fuel filter should be replaced by ASSY.
It is impossible to disassemble and maintenance.
Air-bleeding Procedure
Air bleeding is not necessary.
NOTE: Normally, further air-bleeding is not required
due to electric fuel pump operating when starter switch in instrument panel is ON. If engine
will not start after several attempts, check fuel
pump fuses (see Electrical System) and then
proceed as necessary.
CAUTION: Fuel emitted from loosened injection lines is under high pressure. Keep
hands and face away when the engine is
cranked. Clean all spilled fuel following airbleeding procedure (s).
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Throttle Lever
FIG. 6-31: The throttle lever should remain in the position selected by the operator. Through normal use, friction against the lever may decrease, causing the lever to
move out of the selected position. Turn the adjusting nut
(1) as required to retain the throttle lever in the position
selected.
NOTE: Throttle lever friction adjustment nut is reached
by removing the steering column cover, and instrument panel.
In case lining is exchanged to parts, apply grease and
assemble is.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Battery
FIG. 6-32: Battery (1) is located under the engine hood
in front of the radiator. If the battery requires only minor
servicing or charging, it is recommended that the front
grille be removed to reach the battery. When the battery is removed, electrolyte inspection or cable cleaning
is necessary, the front grille must be removed from the
tractor. Keep top of the battery clean and ensure cable
connections are clean and tight. Debris on the battery
can cause discharge of the battery and be a possible
source of fire.
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CAUTION: Batteries produce explosive hydrogen when they have charged. Keep all
sparks and open flames away from the battery. When necessary to disconnect battery
cables, always disconnect the earthed (-)
cable first to prevent short circuits. Batteries contain sulfuric acid electrolyte fluid.
Wear eye and face protection. If electrolyte
comes in contact with skin or clothes, wash
immediately. Contact a physician immediately if electrolyte is ingested or gets in
eyes.
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FIG. 6-33: Tractors are shipped with the battery installed. If battery replacement should become necessary, disconnect the negative (-) cable (1) first and then
remove the positive (+) cable (2). Loosen and remove
the battery securing clamp and carefully remove the battery from the tractor.
When installing the battery, the cable (2) connected to
the starter solenoid should be connected to the positive
(+) battery terminal first then the cable (1) earthed to the
tractor frame can be connected to the negative (-) battery terminal.
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NOTE: Make sure the replacement battery is of identical size and equal capacity.
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IMPORTANT: Do not reverse battery cable connections as severe electrical system damage will result.
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FIG. 6-34: Water need not be added to battery, the battery is of maintenance-free type.
If the battery performance be questioned, the battery
should be removed and recharged from an external
source following battery charger instructions.
Repeated battery charging may be due to a defect in
Tractor charging system and / or a defective battery.
NOTE: When charging battery from an external source,
battery temperature must not exceed 125F
(54C) if overheating occurs, charge rate must
be reduced or halted.
To handle the battery
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(1) Water need not to be added to battery as battery is maintenance-free type.
(2) Never close or cover vent of battery.
(3) Battery indicator with colors shows battery condition.
When checking battery, set machine in horizontal
place and look indicator from top of battery.
(4) If indicator shows clear or light green color, tap
battery body to remove bubble inside indicator.
Then check battery indicator.
WARNING:
Never disassemble battery.
Batteries contains sulfuric acid electrolyte
(fluid).
Keep away from sparks or flames, which
could cause explosion.
When charging battery from an external
source;
Set charging voltage below 16v.
Set charging ampere below 1/10 (one tenth)
of battery capacity.
When connecting and disconnecting battery
cables, turn off power of battery charger.
If you have any question about battery, consult your dealer.
Indicator Color
Condition
Green
Charged
Countermeasure
Usable
Black
Discharged
Need to charge
Clear
Low Electrolyte
Need to replace
Starting Switches
This Tractor is equipped with a neutral-start system consisting of neutral switches and a relay. To start Tractor,
ALL the following is required:
(Mechanical Transmission)
Depress clutch pedal.
Gear shift lever must be in neutral position.
PTO control lever must be in neutral (OFF) position.
Mid PTO control lever must be in neutral (OFF) position.
(Hydrostatic Transmission)
Range shift lever must be in neutral position.
PTO control switch must be off position.
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Wiring / Fuse Arrangement
CAUTION: Keep all wiring connections
clean and tight. Make sure wiring is correctly secured to prevent damage.
60/55W
CAUTION: DO NOT alter wiring by adding
“home-made” extensions or replacements.
Doing so can eliminate fuse protection and /
or eliminate safety features of the system.
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CAUTION: DO NOT replace any fuse with
a fuse of higher amperage rating. DO NOT
use wire (or foil) to by-pass fuse protection.
Fire can result. If fuses blow repeatedly, examine the electrical system for “earthed” or
“shorted” circuits.
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CAUTION: The tractor is equipped with
negative (-) ground system. Tractor metal
parts provide many electrical connections.
For this reason, all positive (+) circuits must
be insulated to prevent “earthing” or short
circuits and prevent possible fire.
FIG. 6-35: General layout and location of electrical system components and fuses:
・Main Fuse Box, A - Located inside right hand fan
cover.
Slow blow fuse box is in left fan cover.
IMPORTANT: Slow blow fuses are of specific Use only
authorized parts for replacements.
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CLUTCH FREE-PLAY ADJUSTMENT
Mechanical Transmission
FIG. 6-36 & 6-37: Check clutch pedal free-play regularly
and adjust as necessary. Correct clutch pedal free-play
A is 20 to 30 mm (7/8”) when measured at the end of the
pedal (1) as shown.
NOTE: Through use, clutch free-play will be reduced.
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IMPORTANT: Correct free-play must be maintained to
reduce wear on the clutch and release
bearing, and allow complete disengagement when the pedal is depressed.
To adjust clutch pedal free-play, locate the linkage under
the left foot step, and loosen the lock nut (2). Adjust the
turnbuckle (3) on the linkage until free-play is correct.
Lengthening the linkage will increase free-play, shortening the linkage will reduce free-play.
Secure by retightening the lock nuts.
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BRAKE FREE-PLAY ADJUSTMENT
FIG. 6-38 & 6-39: Unlatch the pedals and check freeplay of each brake pedal. Correct free-play A of each
individual brake pedal is 20 to 30 mm.
A
NOTE: ・ Through use, free-play will increase and
brake balance will be affected. Adjust and
balance brakes before free-play is excessive.
・ HST models do not have individual wheel
brakes.
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FIG. 6-40: Loosen the lock nut (1) (right-hand thread)
and lock nut (2) (left-hand thread). Adjust the rod using
weld nut (3), so free-play is correct for respective brake
pedal.
Repeat procedure for other brake so free-play in pedals
is equal. Secure lock nuts against clevis.
When adjustment is complete, latch the pedals together
and operate the tractor at low speed. Depress the pedals. If the tractor has tendency to “pull” to one side, slight
readjustment of one brake is required.
Make sure the lock nuts are secured when brake adjustment is complete.
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FIG. 6-41: After the adjustment of brake pedal, adjust
the parking lever. Adjust the “A” and “B” of cable adjustment point and adjust as brake is completely engaged
with the parking lever 5 or 6 notch.
CAUTION: Brakes must be adjusted evenly
to permit equal braking action at both rear
wheels when brake pedals are latched together.
A
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After the adjustment of brake pedal and parking
brake
B
① The play of brake pedal is 20 to 30mm.
② Brake is completely engaged with the parking lever
5 or 6 notch.
③ Left and right brakes start to be engaged at the
same time.
④ Make sure that there is no tire dragging when the
parking lever is released without depressing the
brake pedal.
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WHEELS & TYRES
Examine wheels and tyres periodically for correct inflation pressures, tight wheel bolts, and any physical damage that may be a detriment to tractor operation and operator safety. Corect condition prior to tractor operation.
Tyre Inflation Pressures
FIG. 6-43: Maintaining correct tyre pressure will help insure tyre life. Never exceed the maximum inflation pressure specified on the tyre. If tyres have deep scratches,
cuts or punctures, the respective tyre should be repaired
or replaced by qualified personnel as soon as possible.
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IMPORTANT: If necessary to replace any tyre (s),
ensure original tyre size is used. This
is particular-ly true on 4-WD models to
ensure correct amount of front axle overspeed (or “lead”) is maintained.
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Wheel Bolt Torque
Turf
6-12 4PR
9.5-16 4PR
22X8.50-12 4PR
31X13.5-15 4PR
6.00-12 4PR
9.5-18 6PR
24X8.50-12 4PR
315X75D-15 4PR
6.00-12 4PR
9.5-18 6PR
24X8.50-12 4PR
315X75D-15 4PR
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Periodically check all wheel bolt torques.
Correct bolt torques:
Front Wheel Bolts
90 Nm (66 ft-lbs)
Rear Wheel Bolts
220 Nm (162 ft-lbs)
CAUTION: Correct wheel bolt torque must
be maintained. Installation of front or midmounted implements (ex: loaders, mowers)
impose increased loads and require frequent checking of wheel bolts.
Front Wheel Spacing
Tread widths may be varied by using the following methods as applicable. Tread widths are measured tyre centre to tyre centre as close to the ground as possible.
NOTE: Make certain desired setting is compatible with
implements to be used to prevent clearance
and interference problems.
FIG. 6-44: Tyre Tread Widths
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A
B
815 mm
1000 mm
815 mm
995 mm
815 mm
995 mm
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C
920 mm
915 mm
915 mm
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196 kPa
137 kPa
157 kPa
137 kPa
177 kPa
216 kPa
157 kPa
98 kPa
177 kPa
216 kPa
157 kPa
98 kPa
2.0 kgf/cm2
1.4 kgf/cm2
1.6 kgf/cm2
1.4 kgf/cm2
1.8 kgf/cm2
2.2 kgf/cm2
1.6 kgf/cm2
1.0 kgf/cm2
1.8 kgf/cm2
2.2 kgf/cm2
1.6 kgf/cm2
1.0 kgf/cm2
LUBRICATION & PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Rear Wheel Spacing
To reverse the entire wheel and tyre assembly-Raise
both rear tyres of the tractor. Remove the bolts securing
both rear wheel assemblies to the rear axle hubs and
switch wheel assemblies to opposite sides of the tractor.
FIG. 6-45: Tyre Tread Widths
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A
B
855 mm
1000 mm
855 mm
1000 mm
855 mm
1000 mm
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C
950 mm
945 mm
945 mm
CAUTION: Rear wheels are heavy. Use care
when moving them. Make sure the tractor
is blocked securely. Tighten all wheel bolts
securely and recheck after short period of
operation.
NOTE: Agricultural lug-tyre tyres must always be installed so when viewed from the rear, the “V”
pattern of the tread points upward.
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Steering Free-Play
FIG. 6-46: Steering system should be checked for excessive looseness as indicated by steering wheel freeplay. Maximum free-play is approximately 30 to 60 mm
(1-1/4” to 2-3/8”) when measured at the outside of steering wheel rim as shown at “X”. Excessive free-play can
be caused by:
・Loose or worn ball joints
・Worn or damaged steering column shaft
・Worn or damaged power steering unit (if equipped)
X
CAUTION: Excessive steering free-play
must be corrected before use. Contact your
ISEKI dealer.
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Front Axle End-Float
FIG. 6-47: Fore and aft play of the front axle (1) in its
supports should be 0.1 to 0.3 mm (0.004-0.012”). Endfloat is measured with axle raised off the ground.
Loosen the lock nut (2) and turn the adjusting bolt (3)
as needed to achieve correct measurement. Tighten the
lock nut.
NOTE: Excessive end-float will cause noise. This noise
will be more pronounced when using 4WD.
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CLUTCH HOUSING PLUG
FIG. 6-48: Pipe plug (1) should be removed from the
bottom of the clutch housing once a year or when clutch
slipping is apparent. Any oil leakage from the engine
rear crankshaft seal and / or transmission input shaft will
be indicated by oil draining through the hole. Contact
your ISEKI dealer if oil leakage is evident.
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TORQUE CHART
FIG. 6-49: All fasteners should be tightened in accordance with the torque chart unless a specific torque
value is called out in relevant maintenance information.
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STORAGE
If the tractor is to be stored for extended periods such as
off-season non-use, certain measures should be taken
for its preservation during such periods. These measures will vary according to geographical area and storage season.
1. Replace engine oil and filter. Operate at low idle
five minutes to lubricate parts.
2. Lubricate all grease fittings and lightly oil control
linkage pivots.
3. Detach implements.
4. Store the tractor in an enclosed area, if possible,
for protection from weather.
5. Block up the tractor to remove weight from tyres
and to protect tyres from oily or damp floor.
FIG. 6-50:
6. Raise and lock the three-point lift linkage in up
position by turning the lowering rate control handle
(1) fully clockwise.
7. Remove the battery and store in cool dry place.
8. If the tractor is stored during cold weather season
insure that anti-freeze is adequate. Alternatively,
the radiator and engine block may be drained.
9. Check with your diesel fuel supplier on the
availability of a diesel fuel additive to place in the
fuel system during storage period.
10.If the tractor cannot be placed in an enclosed
area place it under some sort of cover and cover
exhaust pipe to prevent entrance of rain or snow.
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FIG. 6-51:
11.Depress the clutch pedal and secure in the
disengaged position with the hook (3). (Mechanical
Transmission)
NOTE: This is to prevent clutch seizure during long periods of tractor storage.
12.Touch-up scratches with paint.
At the end of storage period: Perform appropriate lubrication and maintenance before placing the tractor back
in service. See “Lubrication and Maintenance” section.
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・Conduct full prestart inspection. Make sure all con-
trols operate correctly.
・Allow the engine to idle approximately 30 minutes. Check for leaks and repair as required.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine
Problem
Possible Cause
Remedy
Starter motor does not
operate with key turned to
START
• Shift lever not in neutral
• PTO switch is "ON"
• Broken safety switch
• Discharged battery
• Loose or dirty terminals
• Broken main switch
• Broken starter
• PTO switch is not in off.
Place lever in neutral
Turn PTO switch to off
Consult your Dealer
Charge battery
Clean and retighten securely
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Turn PTO switch to off
Starter motor operates
but not at full speed
• Discharged battery
• Loose or dirty terminals
• Defective ground
• Improper oil viscosity
• Defective engine
Charge battery
Clean and retighten securely
Clean and tighten starter mounting
Replace with oil of proper viscosity
Consult your Dealer
Starter motor operates
but engine does not start
• Electric fuel control not operating
• Air in fuel system
• Clogged fuel filter
• Fuel is not being supplied
• Incorrect preheating procedure
• Defective engine
Consult your Dealer
Air-bleed fuel system
Clean filter
Check fuel level, open fuel valve
Increase use of glow plugs
Consult your Dealer
Irregular engine running
• Air in fuel system
• Clogged fuel filter
• Clogged fuel injectors
• Fuel-line is leaking air
• Fuel injection pump timing
• Defective engine
Air-bleed fuel system
Clean filter
Consult your Dealer
Retighten clamps, replace
defective pipes
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
When decelerated, engine
stops
• Incorrect low idle setting
• Malfunctioning fuel injection pump
• Improper valve clearance
• Defective fuel injectors
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Engine over-speeds
• Defective governor
• Incorrect high speed setting
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Engine over-speeds
• Engine oil is getting
into combustion chambers
Consult your Dealer
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Problem
Engine stops unexpectedly
during operation
Possible Cause
• Insufficient fuel supply
• Defective fuel injectors
• Defective fuel injection pump
• Engine seizure due to low or
poor oil
• Electric fuel pump not operating
Remedy
Top up fuel and air-bleed fuel system
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer.
(If engine can be turned by pulling
fan belt, fuel system is most
probable causes)
Replace fuse
Engine overheats
• Insufficient coolant
• Broken or loose fan belt
• Clogged grille, radiator screens
• Clogged radiator fins
• Defective thermostat
• Insufficient engine oil
Top up coolant
Adjust belt tension or replace
Clean
Clean
Replace
Inspect oil level and replenish
if necessary
Exhaust fumes are white
• Clogged air cleaner
• High engine oil level
• Insufficient fuel delivery
• Cold-running engine
Clean or replace element (s)
Inspect oil level and correct
Consult your Dealer
Allow to warm check thermostat
Exhaust fumes are too black
• Poor fuel
• Excessive fuel delivery
• Insufficient fuel injector pressure
• Insufficient combusition air
Replace with better grade
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Check, clean or replace air filter
Poor engine output
• Seized fuel injectors
and / or carbon deposit
• Insufficient compression
or leaking valves
• Incorrect valves clearances
• Incorrect fuel injection timing
• Insufficient fuel supply
• Clogged air cleaner
Consult your Dealer
Oil pressure monitor is lit
during
operation
• Insufficient engine oil
• Too low oil viscosity
• Defective pressure switch
• Clogged oil filter
• Defective oil pump
Replenish
Replace with oil of proper viscosity
Replace
Replace element cartridge
Consult your Dealer
Charging monitor is lit during
operation
• Defective wiring
short circuit, poor ground, etc.
• Defective alternator
• Defective regulator
• Low electrolyte level or
defective battery
• Loose or damaged fan belt
Correct loose or dirty terminals,
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Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Check fuel system
Clean or replace element (s)
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Coreect electrolyte level
or replace battery
Adjust belt tension or replace
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Clutch
Problem
Possible Cause
Remedy
Clutch slips
• Poor clutch pedal adjustment
• Worn or burnt clutch lining
• Engine, transmission oil leak
Adjust free-play
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Clutch won't disengage
• Poor pedal adjustment
• Seized clutch lining
• Transmission shafts seized
Adjust free-play
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Brakes
Problem
Brakes do not work well or
not balanced with each other
when applied
Possible Cause
• Too much free play of pedals
• Worn or seized linings
• Unequal pedal adjustment
Remedy
Adjust free-play
Consult your Dealer
Correct so both pedals are equal
Hydraulic System
Problem
Insufficient oil pressure
Possible Cause
• Low engine speed
• Low transmission oil
• Intake piping is sucking air
Remedy
• Clogged oil filer (s)
• Defective hydraulic oil pump
• Defective control valve
• Broken cylinder
Increases speed
Fill to specified level
Retighten clamps or replace cracked
pipes and defective O-rings
Clean or replace
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Leaking piping
• Loose joints
• Cracked pipes
Retighten
Replace pipes, O-rings
With control lever in RAISE
position, relief valve blows
• Poorly adjusted rod
on position control lever
Coreect rod adjustment
Three-point hitch does not
lower
• Locked lowering rate
control handle
• Defective control valve
• Broken cylinder
• Seized lift shaft bearing
Turn counter clockwise to
LOWERING position
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
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Steering System
Problem
Steering wheel is hard to turn
or turns in one direction
Steering wheel has too much
free-play
Possible Cause
• Poorly installed steering column
• Air in steering hydraulic system
• Clogged suction filter
• Improper toe-in
• Different from tyre inflation
Remedy
• Loose steering or ball joints
• Defective steering units pump
Coreect
Air-bleed steering system
Remove and clean
Correct
Inflate both tyres to same
specified pressure
Retighten or replace defective parts
Consult your Dealer
• Worn steering column
• Loose ball joints
• Defective steering unit
Consult your Dealer
Retighten
Consult your Dealer
Electical System
Problem
Battery cannot be charged
Possible Cause
• Blown fuse
• Blown fusible link
• Defective wiring
• Loose or damaged fan belt
• Defective battery
corrosion, or electrolyte level
• Defective alternator
• Defective regulator
Head lamps are dim
• Discharged battery
Check fuse and replace
Check wiring and replace link
Correct loose, dirty terminal,
short circuit, poor ground, etc.
Give belt proper tension or replace
Correct loose terminal connection,
Consult your Dealer
Consult your Dealer
Charge battery,
check charging system
Check ground points and
terminals. Clean and tighten
• Poor connections
Particular function will not
operate
Remedy
• Burnt bulb (as applicable)
• Blown fuse
• Blown fusible, link
• Poor contact
• Defective switch
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Replace
Check fuse and replace
Check wiring and replace
Inspect ground points and
terminals. Clean if necessary
Replace as required
TM3215,3245,3265
SPECIFICATIONS
Mechanical transmission
MODEL
Sub Models
ENGINE:
Make
Model
Type
Aspiration
Displacement
Number Of Cilinders
VRA
TM3215F
MVR
M
VRA
TM3245F
MVR
M
WRA
TM3265F
MWR
M
ISEKI
E3112-B34
E3CD-B71
indirect injection, overhead valve
Nature
1123cc
1498cc
3
Bore
78.2mm
87mm
Stroke
78mm
84mm
Engine Horsepower (Net)
14.3kW (19.2HP) @2600rpm 16.1kW (21.6HP) @2600rpm 18.7kW (25.1HP) @2600rpm
PTO Horsepower (Estimate)
12.2kW(16.4HP)
13.7kW(18.4HP)
15.9kW(21.3HP)
Fring Crder
1-3-2
Compression Ratio
22.5 to 1
21.7 to 1
Low Idle Speed
1175-1225rpm
1175-1225rpm
1175-1225rpm
High Idle Speed
2650-2750rpm
2780-2880rpm
2810-2910rpm
Valve Clearance (Clod) Inkake
0.25mm
0.35mm
Exhaust
0.25mm
0.35mm
Air Cleaner
Single dry element
Engine Cooling
Liquisd, forced circulation
Code Starting Aid
Glow plugs (3)
E3112-B36
TRANSMISSION:
Type Primary
Range
Mechanical Shuttle
Gear Speeds
Clutch
Brakes
4 - speed constant mesh
2 speeds sliding mesh
Constant mesh, 89% reverse reduction
8 geares forward, 8 reverse
Dry single disk
Mechanically actuated sealed wet disk
POWER TAKE-OFF (PTO):
Control
Rear PTO: Shaft
Output
Engine Speed @engine rpm
Mid PTO: Shaft
Output
Engine Speed @engine rpm 2000@2461 rpm
Lever
-
Clockwise rotation
35mm diameter, six spline
540@2475rpm
Clockwise rotation
25.4mm diameter, fifteen spline
2000@2461 rpm
2000@2461 rpm
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SPECIFICATIONS
HYDRAULICS:
Steering System Type
Pump
Output:
Presure
Main Hydraulic System: Pump
Output:
Presure
Rear Linkage: Type
Size
Control
Lift Capacity measured at ball end
measured at 24 inches
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
System Voltage
Battery cca @ 18degrees °C (0 F)
Charging
CAPACITIES:
Engine Crankcase With Filter
Transmission
Fuel Tank
Cooling System
Front Drive Axle
Hydrostatic
Separate engine-mounting gear pump
11.7 liter/min @2500rpm
12.2 liter/min @2600rpm
Relief valve setting 7848kPa (80kgf/cm2)
Engine-mounted pump
20.0 liter/min @2500rpm
20.8 liter/min @2600rpm
Relief valve setting 14715kPa (150kgf/cm2)
Three-point hitch
Category 1
Operated by single position control lever
600 kg
450 kg
12 Volt, negative (-) ground
433 cca (55B24R)
582 cca (80D26R)
40 amp alternator with internal regulator/rectifier
2.7 liters
3.1 liters
18 liters
27 liters
4.5 liters
5 liters
4 liters
TREAD WIDTH SETTING:
Front tires
AG 6-12
AG 6.00-12
Turf 22X8.50-12
Turf 24X8.50-12
Rear tires
AG 9.5-16
AG 9.5-18
Turf 31X13.5-15
Turf 31.5/75D-15
816mm, 997mm
814mm, 995mm
919mm
915mm
856mm, 1000mm
856mm, 1004mm
948mm
944mm
MAXIMUM AXLE LOADING:
Front Axle
Rear Axle
750kg
850kg
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Hydrostatic transmission
MODEL
Sub Models
ENGINE:
Make
Model
Type
Aspiration
Displacement
Number Of Cilinders
TM3215FH
SMWR
SM
TM3245FH
SMWR
SM
TM3265FH
SMWR
SM
ISEKI
E3112-B33
E3CD-B70
indirect injection, overhead valve
Nature
1123cc
1498cc
3
Bore
78.2mm
87mm
Stroke
78mm
84mm
Engine Horsepower (Net)
14.3kW (19.2HP) @2600rpm 16.1kW (21.6HP) @2600rpm 18.7kW (25.1HP) @2600rpm
PTO Horsepower (Estimate)
11.4kW(15.3HP)
12.9kW(17.3HP)
15.0kW(20.1HP)
Fring Crder
1-3-2
Compression Ratio
22.5 to 1
21.7 to 1
Low Idle Speed
1175-1225rpm
1175-1225rpm
1175-1225rpm
High Idle Speed
2650-2750rpm
2780-2880rpm
2810-2910rpm
Valve Clearance (Clod) Inkake
0.25mm
0.35mm
Exhaust
0.25mm
0.35mm
Air Cleaner
Single dry element
Engine Cooling
Liquisd, forced circulation
Code Starting Aid
Glow plugs (3)
E3112-B35
TRANSMISSION:
Type Primary
Range
Gear Speeds
Clutch
Brakes
POWER TAKE-OFF (PTO):
Type
Control
Clutch
Rear PTO: Shaft
Output
Engine Speed @engine rpm
Mid PTO: Shaft
Output
Engine Speed @engine rpm 2000@2461 rpm
Infinite
3 speeds sliding mesh
3 geares forward, 3 reverse
None
Mechanically actuated sealed wet disk
Independent, engine driven
Electro hydraulic control
Hydraulically engaged, multi-plate wet disc
Clockwise rotation
35mm diameter, six spline
540@2475rpm
Clockwise rotation
25.4mm diameter, fifteen spline
2000@2461 rpm
2000@2461 rpm
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SPECIFICATIONS
HYDRAULICS:
Steering System Type
Pump
Output:
Presure
Main Hydraulic System: Pump
Output:
Presure
Rear Linkage: Type
Size
Control
Lift Capacity measured at ball end
measured at 24 inches
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:
System Voltage
Battery cca @ 18degrees °C (0 F)
Charging
CAPACITIES:
Engine Crankcase With Filter
Transmission
Fuel Tank
Cooling System
Front Drive Axle
Hydrostatic
Separate engine-mounting gear pump
11.7 liter/min @2500rpm
12.2 liter/min @2600rpm
Relief valve setting 7848kPa (80kgf/cm2)
Engine-mounted pump
20.0 liter/min @2500rpm
20.8 liter/min @2600rpm
Relief valve setting 14715kPa (150kgf/cm2)
Three-point hitch
Category 1
Operated by single position control lever
600 kg
450 kg
12 Volt, negative (-) ground
433 cca (55B24R)
582 cca (80D26R)
40 amp alternator with internal regulator/rectifier
2.7 liters
3.1 liters
18 liters
27 liters
4.5 liters
5 liters
4 liters
TREAD WIDTH SETTING:
Front tires
AG 6-12
AG 6.00-12
Turf 22X8.50-12
Turf 24X8.50-12
Rear tires
AG 9.5-16
AG 9.5-18
Turf 31X13.5-15
Turf 31.5/75D-15
816mm, 997mm
814mm, 995mm
919mm
915mm
856mm, 1000mm
856mm, 1004mm
948mm
944mm
MAXIMUM AXLE LOADING:
Front Axle
Rear Axle
750kg
850kg
91
92
Tire
A:
B:
C:
D:
(kg)
(mm)
Weight (without seat)
(with fuel, oil and coolant)
Minimum Ground
E
(mm)
(mm)
Wheelbase
D
(mm)
Turning Radius without brake
Overrall Length
C
(mm)
(mm)
Minimum Width
B
(mm)
Turning Radius without brake
Height Over ROPS
A
Tire
Type
Model
C
810
215
1295
2360
Turf
A
815
245
1100
2390
Agri
C
815
215
1295
2360
Turf
FH-SWW
Front
TY3215-1E 6-12-4PR
TY3245-1E 6.00-12-4PR
TY3215-2E 22X8.50-12-4PR
TY3245-2E 24X8.50-12-4PR
A
810
245
1100
2390
Agri
F-MV
C
775
250
1295
2360
Rear
9.5-16-4PR
9.5-18-6PR
31X13.5-15-4PR
315/75D-15-4PR
A
775
280
1100
2390
Turf
F-MD
Agri
TM3215
A
775
280
1100
2390
Agri
775
250
C
1100
2420
B
820
275
D
820
215
1230
2390
Turf
F-MV
Agri
2865
1295
2360
Turf
FH-SMD
Agri
1100
215
310
1560
1230
2420
280
1230
2390
Turf
B
825
D
825
B
785
D
785
To the right: 4.5 / To the left: 4.3
To the right: 5.0 / To the left: 4.8
275
1100
2390
Turf
F-MD
Agri
TM3245
FH-SMW
2420
FFFFFFFF
B
785
310
1100
2420
Agri
D
785
280
1230
2390
Turf
FH-SMD
B
845
275
1100
2420
Agri
D
845
215
1230
2390
Turf
F-MV
B
845
275
1100
2420
Agri
845
215
D
1100
B
815
310
D
810
280
1230
2390
Turf
F-MD
2420
2880
1230
2390
Turf
Agri
TM3265
FH-SMW
B
815
310
1100
2420
D
810
280
1230
2390
Turf
FH-SMD
Agri
TM3215,3245,3265
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(mm)
Tire
A:
B:
C:
D:
A
840
245
1100
2010
245
215
245
C
A
840
A
850
Rear
9.5-16-4PR
9.5-18-6PR
31X13.5-15-4PR
315/75D-15-4PR
C
840
To the right: 4.5 / To the left: 4.3
840
Turf
1295
1980
C
850
215
2880
1100
2010
Agri
F-VA
TM3265
To the right: 5.0 / To the left: 4.8
215
1295
1980
Turf
1560
1100
2010
2865
1295
1980
Agri
F-VA
TM3245
Front
TY3215-1E 6-12-4PR
TY3245-1E 6.00-12-4PR
TY3215-2E 22X8.50-12-4PR
TY3245-2E 24X8.50-12-4PR
(kg)
(mm)
Weight (without seat)
(with fuel, oil and coolant)
Minimum Ground
E
(mm)
(mm)
Wheelbase
D
(mm)
Turning Radius without brake
Overrall Length
C
(mm)
(mm)
Minimum Width
B
Turning Radius without brake
Height Over ROPS
A
Turf
F-VA
Agri
Type
Tire
TM3215
Model
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SPECIFICATIONS
TM3215,3245,3265
ASSEMBLY & PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION
IMPORTANT: Do not commence assembly of the tractor until reading these instructions completely and carefully.
b. Install wheel / tyre assemblies and secure them
using bolts and lock washers. Tighten them to
102 Nm (75 ft-lbs.).
NOTE: For certain lubrication, adjustments, etc., refer
to appropriate section of this manual. All nuts,
bolts, etc., on these tractors are in METRIC dimensions.
c. Lower the rear of the tractor.
NOTE: Turf wheels will be installed with the valve to
the inside. Wider position will prevent interference with check chains.
The tractor is shipped in an individual container. The
tractor will be partially disassembled to make the container as compact as possible. Wheels, steering, top
linkage, and some attaching hardware will be removed.
Larger items will be fastened in the container and the remainder of items will be shipped in sundry boxes also in
the container.
To assemble and pre-deliver the tractor, proceed as follows:
8. Three-Point-Hitch-is partially assembled with the
lift rods attached the lower links and the sway
chain attached to the lower links.
a. Attach lower links to the tractor attaching points and secure them with lynch pins. The lower
link with the adjustable lift rod goes on the right
side. The lower links will flare outward at rear
when correctly installed.
CAUTION: Be observant of components
such as wheels that may be attached to, or
held in position by container panels.
b. Connect clevis-end of the check chains to the
axle brackets and secure them with a clevis pin
and cotter pin.
1. Remove the top and four sides from container.
The easiest way to do this is to cut the corner
posts and uprights down near the base of the carte
with a circular saw. Then cut out rear 2x4 and cut
tie straps. The top and sides of the crate can then
be removed from the tractor.
9. Clutch Housing Plug -1/8” pipe plug (1) in Fig. 6-48
into the hole in the bottom of the clutch housing.
2. Remove wheels and sundry boxes from the
container.
3. Inspect the tractor for damage and any evidence
of coolant, fuel or lubricant leaks.
4. Inspect and remove all hardware securing the
tractor to the lower crate panel.
5. Install the handle on the right hand fender if
removed.
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6. Front Wheelsa. Carefully raise and block the front of the tractor.
b. Install wheel / tyre assemblies and secure them
using bolts and lock washers. Tighten them to
102 Nm (75 ft-lbs).
c. Lower the front of the tractor.
7. Rear Wheelsa. Carefully raise and block the rear of the tractor.
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ASSEMBLY&PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION
・Lubricate all fittings.
・Check tyre inflation pressures.
・Check front wheel toe-in.
・Test antifreeze to see that it is adequate for local
climate conditions.
PRE-DELIVERY
・Check that engine oil level is correct.
・Check that coolant level is correct.
・Check fan belt tension, 12 mm (1 / 2”) deflection,
when subjected to a force of thumb pressure.
・Check that transmission oil level is correct.
・Install a sufficient amount of No.2 diesel fuel to
complete pre-delivery service.
・Ensure clean and tight cable connection at the
battery. The battery must be securely mounted.
・Check the air cleaner, element, houses, and clamps for correct installation.
・Check the brake and clutch pedal linkage for correct
free-travel.
・Check steering, brake and clutch linkage cotter pins
and lock nuts for secure installation.
・Check the filter element and, all connections and
clamps for the hydraulic pump and filter.
・Check oil level in the front axle.
・Place the fuel filter shut-off valve in the “ON”
position.
・Take up position in the operator’s seat and engage
the parking brakes.
・Place all shift levers in neutral and then depress the
clutch pedal. (Mechanical Transmission)
・Place the rear and mid PTO lever (or switch) in
neutral (or in off).
NOTE: Factory fill is set to -34C (-30F).
・Check to see that all safety labels and safety
switches are in place.
・Clean and polish sheet metal as necessary.
・Fill the fuel tank to prevent moisture condensation.
・Review this operation manual with the customer
when delivering or demonstrating the tractor.
NOTE: The engine will not start unless the gear shift
levers and rear / mid PTO selectors are in neutral. (Mechanical Transmission)
The engine will not start unless the range gear
shift lever and PTO control switch is in neutral.
(Hydrostatic Transmission)
・Set the throttle lever at half to full throttle and turn
the starter key to “GLOW” position until the glow
indicator is heated red.
・Turn the starter key to “ON” position. Oil pressure
and alternator warning lights will illuminate.
・Turn the starter key to “START” position to crank
the engine. Release the key the moment the engine starts. Check that warning lights go out.
・Allow the engine to warm up to operating
temperature at about 1500 rpm.
・Operate the tractor to confirm it operates smoothly
at all speeds including four-wheel drive.
・Operate the PTO to see that it functions properly.
・Check that all lights and instruments operate
properly.
・Check the brakes for balanced operation.
・Check warm engine low idle speed: 950-1000 rpm
(TM3160); 1250-1300 rpm (TM3200/3240).
・Check warm engine high idle speed: 2650-2750
rpm (TM3160 / 3200); 2760-2860 rpm (TM3240).
・Set the throttle lever at idle, shut off the engine, and
check the tractor for coolant, lubricating oil or fuel
leaks.
・Check that safety start system functions correctly.
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FACTORY RECOMENDED
NEW TRACTOR PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION CHECK LIST
ISEKI
USER’S NAME
DEALER
TRACTOR MODEL
ENGINE SERIAL NO.
AREA
DATE
ADDRESS
SERIAL NO.
COUNTRY
THIS PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION CHECK LIST IS PROVIDED TO IDENTIFY THE CHECKED AND NECESSARY
ADJUST BY THE DEALER PRIOR TO DELIVERY OF THIS MACHINE.
Inpsected the following and adjusted if necessary.
ENGINE
□ Radiator filled with solution
□ Cooling system connections
□ Fan and alternator belt tension
□ Engine oil
□ All oil drain plugs
□ Oil pressure
□ Engine RPM (idle)
□ Engine RPM (full throttle)
□ Governor performance
□ Electrical connections
□ Service air cleaner
□ All cleaner connections
□ Fuel line connections
□ Injection pump oil
CHASSIS
□ Tyre inflation
□ Front wheel hub bolts
□ Rear wheel hub bolts
□ Torque all chassis bolts
□ Transmission oil
□ Front reduction case
□ Break pedal free-play
□ Clutch pedal free-play
□ Hydraulic system performance
□ Drive test
□ Lubricate all grease fittings
□ Power-assisted streering operation (if equipped)
□ Front axele oil (4-WD)
□ Front axele operation (4-WD)
□ Operation manual with tractor
Explained the following to the owner.
□ Operation manual
□ Safety and safety start system
□ Instruments and controls
□ Breaking in the new tractor
□ Power take-off operation
□ Lubrication and maintenance schedule
□ Explain use of Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS)
□ Fuel system servicing and cleanliness
□ Draining of engine and radiator
□ Air cleaner service
□ Tyre care
□ Wheel tread adjustment
□ Storage
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ASSEMBLY&PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION
FACTORY RECOMENDED
NEW TRACTOR PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION CHECK LIST
ISEKI
USER’S NAME
DEALER
TRACTOR MODEL
ENGINE SERIAL NO.
AREA
DATE
ADDRESS
SERIAL NO.
COUNTRY
THIS PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION CHECK LIST IS PROVIDED TO IDENTIFY THE CHECKED AND NECESSARY
ADJUST BY THE DEALER PRIOR TO DELIVERY OF THIS MACHINE.
Inpsected the following and adjusted if necessary.
ENGINE
□ Radiator filled with solution
□ Cooling system connections
□ Fan and alternator belt tension
□ Engine oil
□ All oil drain plugs
□ Oil pressure
□ Engine RPM (idle)
□ Engine RPM (full throttle)
□ Governor performance
□ Electrical connections
□ Service air cleaner
□ All cleaner connections
□ Fuel line connections
□ Injection pump oil
CHASSIS
□ Tyre inflation
□ Front wheel hub bolts
□ Rear wheel hub bolts
□ Torque all chassis bolts
□ Transmission oil
□ Front reduction case
□ Break pedal free-play
□ Clutch pedal free-play
□ Hydraulic system performance
□ Drive test
□ Lubricate all grease fittings
□ Power-assisted streering operation (if equipped)
□ Front axele oil (4-WD)
□ Front axele operation (4-WD)
□ Operation manual with tractor
Explained the following to the owner.
□ Operation manual
□ Safety and safety start system
□ Instruments and controls
□ Breaking in the new tractor
□ Power take-off operation
□ Lubrication and maintenance schedule
□ Explain use of Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS)
□ Fuel system servicing and cleanliness
□ Draining of engine and radiator
□ Air cleaner service
□ Tyre care
□ Wheel tread adjustment
□ Storage
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WIRING HARNESS CABLE
WIRING HARNESS CABLE
Wiring diagram E4 (Except for H-type)
Flasher
Suction coil : 0.357Ω
Retainer coil : 0.546Ω
Safety relay
Suction coil : 0.492Ω
Retainer coil : 1.074Ω
Trailer monitor
Key stop
Winker RF
40A Slow blow
40A Slow blow
Glow plug (X3)
Winker RR
Key stop sol
Timer
Glow
Suction
Retainer
Key stop (N / O)
40A Slow blow
Winker RR monitor
Hazard SW
Winker R trailer (7PIN/R)
Winker LF
Alternator 12V 40A
Winker LR
Switch / Combination ASSY
Winker L monitor
3.4W (Charge)
Winker L trailer (7PIN/L)
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge
Horn
Engine oil P
3.4W (Oil P)
Tail R
Main Fuse BOX
CAB source
Spare source
70W
Parking SW
Auxiliary source BATT
Light, Horn
Head light
Brake lamp
Key stop relay
Parking monitor
Tail L
Position R
Winker, Hazard
ACC, Meter panel
Auxiliary source ACC
PTO, Pump
Glow monitor
Position L
Meter panel
4WD monitor : 3.4W
Number lamp
Slow Blow
Short circuit when shipping
E4 (For CA•CB)
Trailer tail lamp L
Timer relay
Trailer tail lamp R
CAB source
Seat SW
Brake L
Brake / trailer : 21W X 2
(7PIN / 54)
Capacity
20A lamp
30A Resistance load
20A lamp
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Alternator
Main source
Brake R
Low beam
High beam
High beam monitor
High beam
Head light
Low beam
Head light
CAB source
Fuel pump
Brake lamp SW
Key stop solenoid
Start safety SW
Vacant
Start safety (N / O)
WIRING HARNESS CABLE
WIRING HARNESS CABLE
Wiring diagram E4 (H-type)
Flasher
Suction coil : 0.357Ω
Retainer coil : 0.546Ω
Safety relay
Suction coil : 0.492Ω
Retainer coil : 1.074Ω
Trailer monitor
Key stop
Winker RF
40A Slow blow
40A Slow blow
Glow plug (X3)
Winker RR
Key stop sol
Timer
40A Slow blow
Glow
Key stop (N / O)
Suction
Retainer
Winker RR monitor
Hazard SW
Winker R trailer (7PIN/R)
Winker LF
Alternator 12V 40A
Winker LR
Switch / Combination ASSY
Winker L monitor
3.4W (Charge)
Winker L trailer (7PIN/L)
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge
Horn
Engine oil P
Tail R
Main Fuse BOX
3.4W (Oil P)
Tail L
CAB source
Spare source
70W
Parking SW
Auxiliary source BATT
Light, Horn
Head light
Brake lamp
Key stop relay
Parking monitor
Position R
Winker, Hazard
ACC, Meter panel
Auxiliary source ACC
PTO, Pump
Glow monitor
Position L
Meter panel
4WD monitor : 3.4W
Number lamp
Slow Blow
Short circuit when shipping
E4 (For CA•CB)
Trailer tail lamp L
Timer relay
Trailer tail lamp R
CAB source
Seat SW
Brake lamp SW
Brake L
Brake / trailer : 21W X 2
(7PIN / 54)
Capacity
20A lamp
30A Resistance load
20A lamp
101
High beam
High beam monitor
Head light
Low beam
Head light
CAB source
Brake R
Low beam
High beam
Rise pressure
Fuel pump
Alternator
PTO proportion SOL
Main source
PTO monitor (3.4W)
Key stop solenoid
Start safety SW
HST Sub charge
Vacant
Start safety (N / O)
WIRING HARNESS CABLE
WIRING HARNESS CABLE
Wiring diagram E6
Flasher
Suction coil : 0.357Ω Suction coil : 0.492Ω
Retainer coil : 0.546Ω Retainer coil : 1.074Ω
Safety relay
Trailer monitor
Key stop
Winker RF
40A Slow blow
40A Slow blow
Glow plug (X3)
Winker RR
Key stop sol
Timer
Key stop (N / O)
40A Slow blow
Suction
Retainer
Winker RR monitor
Hazard SW
Winker R trailer (7PIN/R)
Winker LF
Alternator 12V 40A
Winker LR
Switch / Combination ASSY
Winker L monitor
3.4W (Charge)
Winker L trailer (7PIN/L)
Fuel gauge
Water temperature gauge
Horn
Engine oil P
3.4W (Oil P)
Tail R
Main Fuse BOX
CAB source
Spare source
70W
Parking SW
Auxiliary source BATT
Light, Horn
Head light
Brake lamp
Key stop relay
Parking monitor
Tail L
Position R
Winker, Hazard
ACC, Meter panel
Auxiliary source ACC
PTO, Pump
Glow monitor
Position L
Meter panel
4WD monitor : 3.4W
Number lamp
Slow Blow
Trailer tail lamp L
Timer relay
Trailer tail lamp R
CAB source
Seat SW
Brake lamp SW
Brake L
Brake / trailer : 21W X 2
(7PIN / 54)
Capacity
20A lamp
30A Resistance load
20A lamp
103
High beam
High beam monitor
Head light
Low beam
Head light
CAB source
Brake R
Low beam
High beam
Rise pressure
Fuel pump
Alternator
PTO proportion SOL
Main source
PTO monitor (3.4W)
Key stop solenoid
Start safety SW
HST Sub charge
Vacant
Start safety (N / O)
TM3215
TM3245
TM3265
Overseas Business Division
3-14, Nishi-Nippori, 5-chome, Arakawa-ku,
Tokyo 116-8541, Japan
Phone: (03) 5604-7658
Fax: (03) 5604-7703
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0912-01-XXX
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