EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions

EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
Installation Instructions
EZ-Pilot® Steering System
CaseIH Floater 
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Titan 3020 / 3520 / 4020 / 4520
FLX 3010 / 3510 / 4010 / 4510
CaseIH Tractor 
Magnum 180 / 190 / 210 / 215 / 225 / 225 / 235 / 245 /
260 / 275 / 290 / 305 / 315 / 335 / 340
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MX 180 / 200 / 210 / 215 / 230 / 240 / 245 / 255 / 270 /
275 / 285
CaseIH Articulated 
Tracked Tractor 
Quadtrac 385 / 435 / 450 / 485 / 500 / 535 / 550 / 600
CaseIH Sprayer 
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CaseIH Articulated 
Tractor
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New Holland 
Tractor 
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New Holland 
Articulated Tractor 
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Version 5.00
Revision A
August 2011
Part Number 78100-02-E05
*78100-02-E05*
STX Quadtrac 375 / 425 / 450 / 500
Patriot 3230 / 3330 / 4420
SPX 4260 (Serial # JFG0004860 & above) / 4410 /
3230 / 3320 / 3330 / 4420
Steiger 330 / 335 / 350 / 385 / 400 / 435 / 450 / 485 /
500 / 535 / 550 / 600
STX 275 / 280 / 325 / 330 / 375 / 380 / 425 / 430 / 440 /
450 / 480 / 500 / 530
T8.275 / T8.300 / T8.330 / T8. 360 / T8.390
T8010 / T8020 / T8030 / T8040 / T8050
TG 210 / 215 / 230 / 245 / 255 / 275 / 285 / 305
T9.390 / T9.450 / T9.505 / T9.560 / T9.615
T9020 / T9030 / T9040 / T9050 / T9060
TJ 275 / 325 / 440 / 375 / 425 / 450 / 500 / 530
F
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Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Cautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Technical assistance . .
Required components .
Hardware organization
Vehicle measurements .
CaseIH . . . . . .
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. 8
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Installing the EZ-Pilot Steering System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Preparing the vehicle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the steering wheel. . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the anti-rotation bracket . . . . . . . .
Assembling the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive motor
Installing the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive motor . .
Reinstalling the steering wheel . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the SAM-200 motor. . . . . . . . . . .
Additional information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12
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25
25
IMD-600 Unit Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Installing the IMD-600 unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
4
Display Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
FmX integrated display . . . . . . . .
CFX-750 display . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the EZ-Pilot system. . . .
Installing the emergency stop switch.
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Final Machine Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Performing the final machine check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
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EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
Safety Information
Always follow the instructions that accompany a Warning or Caution. The information they provide
is intended to minimize the risk of personal injury and/or damage to property. In particular, observe
safety instructions that are presented in the following format:
C
WARNING – This alert warns of a potential hazard, which, if not avoided, can cause severe
injury.
C
CAUTION – This alert warns of a hazard or unsafe practice which, if not avoided, can cause injury
or damage.
Note – An absence of specific alerts does not mean that there are no safety risks involved.
Warnings
C
WARNING – When you are working on the vehicle’s hydraulic systems, vehicle attachments that
are suspended can drop. If you are working around the vehicle, you could suffer serious injury if
an attachment dropped on you. To avoid this risk, lower all vehicle attachments to the ground
before you begin work.
C
WARNING – If someone else attempts to drive the vehicle while you are working on or under it,
you can suffer serious or fatal injuries. To avoid this possibility, install a lockout box on the
battery terminal to prevent the battery from being reconnected, remove the key from the
vehicle’s ignition switch, and attach a “Do not operate” tag in the cab.
C
WARNING – Agricultural chemicals can pose serious health risks. If the vehicle has been used to
apply agricultural chemicals, steam clean the vehicle to remove any chemical residue from the
areas of the vehicle where you will be working.
C
WARNING – Vehicle cabs can be quite high in the air. To avoid potentially serious injury through
falling from this height, always use the steps and handrails, and face the vehicle, when you enter
or exit it.Add the following warnings.
C
WARNING – THE EZ-Pilot ASSISTED STEERING SYSTEM IS SOLELY INTENDED FOR AGRICULTURAL
USE IN AN OPEN FIELD ENVIRONMENT WITH AGRICULTURAL VEHICLES APPROVED BY THE
MANUFACTURER FOR USE WITH THE EZ-PILOT SYSTEM, AND SHOULD NOT BE USED WITH ANY
OTHER TYPE OF VEHICLE OR FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE.
Contact your local EZ-Pilot system reseller or check www.trimble.com to confirm that the EZ-Pilot
system has been tested and approved by the manufacturer for use with your vehicle make and
model. The EZ-Pilot system should not be installed on a vehicle not approved by the
manufacturer for such use. Installation of the EZ-Pilot system on an unapproved vehicle will
invalidate the product warranty.
EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
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Safety Information
Cautions
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CAUTION – When the vehicle has been running, parts of the vehicle, including the engine and
exhaust, can become extremely hot and can cause serious burns. To avoid burns, allow hot
machine parts to cool before you begin working on them.
C
CAUTION – The system installation may bring you into contact with chemical substances, such as
oil, which can cause poisoning. Wash your hands thoroughly after you finish working on the
system.
C
CAUTION – Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds,
which can cause serious illness. To avoid ingesting lead, wash your hands thoroughly after
touching the battery.
C
CAUTION – Always wear protective equipment appropriate to the job conditions and the nature
of the vehicle. This includes wearing protective glasses when you use pressurized air or water,
and correct protective welder’s clothing when welding. Avoid wearing loose clothing or jewelry
that can catch on machine parts or tools.
C
CAUTION – Parts of the vehicle may be under pressure. To avoid injury from pressurized parts,
relieve all pressure in oil, air, and water systems before you disconnect any lines, fittings, or
related items. To avoid being sprayed by pressurized liquids, hold a rag over fill caps, breathers,
or hose connections when you remove them. Do not use your bare hands to check for hydraulic
leaks. Use a board or cardboard instead.
C
CAUTION – Do not direct pressurized water at:
- electronic or electrical components or connectors
- bearings
- hydraulic seals
- fuel injection pumps
- any other sensitive parts or components
Set the hose pressure as low as practicable, and spray at a 45° to 90° angle. Keep the nozzle of
the power washer away from the machine at the distance recommended by the manufacturer.
C
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CAUTION – To avoid malfunctions, or damage to cables:
- route cables away from areas where they may be pinched or rubbed.
- do not alter cable lengths and connections. If you must alter the length of the power cable do
not remove the fuse or fuse holder from the cable.
EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
CHAPTER
1
Introduction
In this chapter:

Technical assistance

Required components

Hardware organization

Vehicle measurements
1
This manual describes how to install the
Trimble® EZ-Pilot™ assisted steering system.
Even if you have used another Global Navigation
Satellite System (GNSS), such as the United
States’ Global Positioning System (GPS) products
before, Trimble recommends that you spend
some time reading this manual to learn about the
special features of this product. If you are not
familiar with GNSS, visit the Trimble website
(www.trimble.com) for an interactive look at
Trimble and GNSS.
EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
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1
Introduction
Technical assistance
If you have a problem and cannot find the information you need in the product documentation,
contact Trimble technical support:
1.
Go to the Trimble website (www.trimble.com).
2.
Click the Support & Training link at the top of the screen, select Support and then select
Support A–Z list of products.
3.
Scroll to the bottom of the list.
4.
Click the submit an inquiry link. A form appears.
5.
Complete the form and then click Send.
Required components
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Kits required
Tools
EZ-Pilot platform kit: P/N 78100-02
1/8" flat blade screwdriver
22 mm deep socket
steering wheel puller (Greatneck tools P/N 27017)
5 mm hex wrench
4 mm hex wrench
8mm or 5/16" deep socket
5/16"-24 blind hole thread tap
Hardware
Component
Platform kit (P/N
78100-02)
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Anti-rotation bracket
Anti-rotation pin
Anti-rotation tube
Lower shaft adaptor
Upper motor adaptor
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Steering spud shaft adapter
6mm hex socket head bolts
14 mm hex nut
14 mm flat washer
8 mm flange bolt
5 mm hex socket head bolts
Introduction
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Hardware organization
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Introduction
Vehicle measurements
CaseIH
Model
Full Wheel Base
Antenna Height
Antenna/Axle Offset
Magnum
305 cm (120")
330.2 cm (130")
145 cm (57") ahead
MX
305 cm (120")
330.2 cm (130")
145 cm (57") ahead
Steiger
356 cm (140")
348 cm (137")
41 cm (16") behind
STX
356 cm (140")
348 cm (137")
406 cm (16") behind
Quadtrac
373.4 cm (147")
353.1 cm (139")
76.2 cm (30") behind
STX Quadtrac
373.4 cm (147")
353.1cm (139")
76.2 cm (30") behind
Patriot
381 cm (150")
350.5 cm (138")
508 cm (200") ahead
SPX
381 cm (150")
350.5 cm (138")
508 cm (200") ahead
Titan 3020/3520
457.2 cm (180")
361 cm (142")
483 cm (190") ahead
Titan 4020/4520
457.2 cm (180")
361 cm (142")
483 cm (190") ahead
FLX
457.2 cm (180") 3
361 cm (142")
483 cm (190") ahead
Model
Full Wheel Base
Antenna Height
Antenna/Axle Offset
TG
356 cm (140")
330.2 cm (130")
152.4 cm (60") ahead
TJ
363.2 cm (143")
381 cm (150")
51 cm (20") ahead
New Holland
10
T8
330.2 cm (130")
330.2 cm (130")
152.4 cm (60") behind
T9
363.2 cm (143")
381 cm (150")
51 cm (20") behind
T80x0
330.2 cm (130")
330.2 cm (130")
152.4 cm (60") ahead
T90x0
363.2 cm (143")
381 cm (150")
51 cm (20") behind
EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
CHAPTER
2
Installing the EZ-Pilot Steering
System
In this chapter:

Preparing the vehicle

Removing the steering wheel

Installing the anti-rotation bracket

Assembling the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive
motor

Installing the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive
motor

Reinstalling the steering wheel

Removing the SAM-200 motor

Additional information
2
This chapter describes how to how to install the
anti-rotation bracket and drive motor for the
EZ-Pilot steering system.
EZ-Pilot Steering System Installation Instructions
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2
Installing the EZ-Pilot Steering System
C
WARNING – To avoid potentially serious personal injury or illness, and to prevent damage to
equipment, make sure that you read and understand the Safety Information chapter.
Preparing the vehicle
1.
Park the vehicle on a hard, level surface.
2.
Engage the park brake and then remove the ignition key.
3.
On an articulated vehicle, install the articulation locks.
4.
Remove all dirt and debris from the areas of the vehicle where the system is to be installed.
5.
Open all kit boxes and lay all of the parts out on a clean workbench.
6.
Check the contents of the boxes against the packing lists.
Note – The left and right sides of the vehicle are referenced while standing behind the vehicle, facing the
normal direction of travel.
Removing the steering wheel
Step 1
Use a 1/8" flat blade screwdriver to remove
the center cap from the steering wheel.
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Step 2
Use a 22 mm deep socket to remove the hex
nut and flat washer. Use an electric or air
impact tool.
Step 3
Soak the steering wheel splines with a spray
penetrant. Trimble recommends PB Blaster,
available at www.pbblaster.com or from a
local automotive parts company.
Step 4 Optional
The threaded holes in the steering wheel
hub might be covered with residual rubber
mold material. Clean out the threads using a
5/16"-24 thread tap.
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Step 5
Pull the steering wheel. Use the OEM tools
steering wheel puller kit (P/N 27017),
available from www.greatnecksaw.com.
Alternatively, you can purchase the steering
wheel puller from AutoZone (United States),
P/N 27017.
You will need Grade 8, 5/16"-24 x 3" long
bolts. Apply a small amount of anti-seize to
the bolt threads.
Step 6
Remove the steering wheel.
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Installing the anti-rotation bracket
Step 1
Press the middle foot pedal to tilt the
steering wheel half down. Telescope the
steering wheel fully inward.
Step 2
Pull down on the rubber boot below the
steering wheel to expose the steering shaft
tube.
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Step 3
Attach the anti-rotation clamp bracket to
the steering column tube at a 3 o’clock
position, with the flat side of the bracket arm
facing upward. Use the supplied 6 mm cap
head bolts.
Tighten the bolts evenly using a 5 mm hex
wrench with a ball end.
3 o’clock position
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3 o'clock position
Assembling the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive motor
Step 1
Flip the motor upside-down with the
motor's electrical connector pointed upward
at a 12 o’clock position.
Step 2
Fasten the lower spline adapter to the
bottom of the motor. Use the supplied 5 mm
cap head bolts. Tighten bolts using a 4 mm
hex wrench.
Step 3
Bolt the anti-rotation pin to the motor at a
11 o'clock position. Use the supplied 5 mm
hex socket screws. Slide the pin fully inward
and tighten the screws using a 4 mm hex
wrench.
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Installing the SAM-200 EZ-Pilot drive motor
Step 1
Apply anti-seize to the steering shaft spline,
threads, and taper.
Step 2
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CAUTION – The splines of the motor adapter and steering shaft must align. Do not force the
motor onto the steering shaft. Wiggle the motor while gently pushing downward.
Set the SAM-200 motor assembly onto the
steering shaft with the motor’s electrical
connector at a 1 o’clock position.
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Step 3
Install the supplied 14 mm flat washer and
nylock nut. Use a 22 mm deep socket and
torque the nut to 33-40 ft-lbs (44-54 Newtonmeters).
Step 4
Rotate the motor and then slide the square
anti-rotation tube onto the pin.
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Step 5
Rotate the motor and then fit the square
post onto the anti-rotation bracket using the
supplied M8 x 20 mm flange head bolt.
Tighten the M8 bolt using a 13 mm ratchet
combination wrench or socket.
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Step 6
Bolt the upper adapter to the top of the
motor. Use the supplied 5 mm hex cap head
bolts and a 4 mm hex wrench.
Reinstalling the steering wheel
Step 1
Fasten the steering spud shaft to the upper
adapter. Use the supplied 5 mm hex socket
screws. Tighten the bolts using a 4 mm hex
wrench.
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Step 2
Apply anti-seize to the steering shaft spline,
threads, and taper.
Step 3
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CAUTION – The splines of the steering shaft and steering wheel hub must align. Do not force the
steering wheel onto the steering shaft. Wiggle the wheel while gently pushing downward
Place the steering wheel onto the shaft.
Reinstall the original 14mm flat washer and
hex nut.
Tighten the large nut using a 22mm deep
socket. Torque the nut to 33-40 ft-lbs (44-54
newton-meters).
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Step 4
Install the steering wheel cap.
The figures show the installed SAM-200
motor and anti-rotation bracket.
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Step 5
Find the supplied cable P/N 76351.
Plug connector P1 into the motor.
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Removing the SAM-200 motor
If you need to remove the SAM-200 motor
from the steering shaft, do the following.
Use the OEM tools steering wheel puller kit
(P/N 27017), available from
www.greatnecksaw.com.
Alternatively, you can purchase the steering
wheel puller from AutoZone (United States),
P/N 27017.
You will need grade 8.8, 8mm x 120mm hex
bolts, available from www.mcmaster.com,
P/N 91280A567
Apply a small amount of anti-seize to the
bolt threads.
Additional information
Refer to the documentation on www.trimble.com.
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CHAPTER
3
IMD-600 Unit Installation
In this chapter:

Installing the IMD-600 unit
3
This chapter describes how to install the
IMD-600 unit in the vehicle.
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IMD-600 Unit Installation
Installing the IMD-600 unit
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WARNING – To avoid potentially serious personal injury or illness, and to prevent damage to
equipment, make sure that you read and understand the Safety Information chapter.
Step 1
Fasten the provided sub plate to the
IMD-600 unit (as shown) using the
supplied 4 mm screws.
Tighten the screws using a #2 Phillips
screwdriver.
Step 2
Fasten the IMD-600 assembly to the
mounting plate using the supplied
5 mm screws.
Tighten the screws using a #2 Phillips
screwdriver.
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3
CAUTION – Do not mount the IMD-600 unit outside the cab.
Mount the IMD-600 unit inside the cab:
- where it will not be covered by hand tools, tool boxes, chains, tow ropes, food or drink coolers,
and so on. Objects placed on top of the unit may cause vibration, which will degrade the
steering accuracy.
- where the electrical connector and cable will not be stepped on. If the unit is pushed out of
alignment from its original mounting orientation, steering accuracy will be degraded.
- either in-line with or at 90° angles to the vehicle’s forward travel direction. Nonorthognal
angles will cause performance degradation
Step 3
Place the IMD-600 unit in the right
front corner of the operator's cab.
The unit must be placed parallel to
the centerline of the tractor.
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IMD-600 Unit Installation
Look under the floor mat for any cab
wiring. Check under the cab floor for
any obstructions, such as hydraulic
lines/hoses, air ducts, A/C
evaporators, diesel fuel tanks,
hydraulic fluid tanks, and so on.
Under cab floor
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Step 4
Use a 1/4" bit. Drill 4 holes through
the floormat.
Do not drill into the metal cab floor.
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IMD-600 Unit Installation
Step 5
Use a 1/4" pilot bit and 3/4" hole saw.
Drill 4 holes through the floormat at
the same locations previously drilled.
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Step 6
Use a very sharp box knife to cut
away the floor mat webbing from
around each newly created hole.
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CAUTION – To avoid injury,
handle sharp knives with care.
Step 7
Place the floormat back onto the cab
floor and then insert the provided
standoff spacers into the newly
created holes.
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IMD-600 Unit Installation
Step 8
Place the IMD-600 unit on top of the
spacers. Fasten the IMD-600 unit to
the floor using the provided 1/4" x
2.5" long self tapping bolts. Use an
8 mm or 5/16" deep socket.
Right side of tractor
Check under the cab floor to make
certain no obstructions were pierced
or damaged by the self tapping
screws.
Left side of tractor
Under cab floor
Step 9
Make sure that the bolts are tight.
Mount the IMD-600 unit solidly so
that it does not vibrate.
Find the supplied cable 76351.
Plug connector P3 into the IMD-600
unit.
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CHAPTER
4
Display Connections
In this chapter:

FmX integrated display

CFX-750 display

Connecting the EZ-Pilot system

Installing the emergency stop switch
4
This chapter describes the cabling
connections for the Trimble display.
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Display Connections
FmX integrated display
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To vehicle battery
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Description
P/N
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Antenna
77038-00
Antenna cable
50449
SAM-200 steering motor
83382-xx
IMD-600 to SAM-200 to CAN power cable
76351
IMD-600 unit
83390-xx
Sonalert device
43104
Display to Sonalert cable
84668
CAN terminator
59783
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Display to Field-IQ™ cable
75834
Basic power cable
67528
FmX® integrated display
93100-xx
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Display power cable
66694
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CFX-750 display
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To vehicle battery
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Display Connections
Item
Description
P/N
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Antenna
77038-00
Antenna cable
50449
SAM-200 steering motor
83382-xx
IMD-600 to SAM-200 to CAN power cable
76351
IMD-600 unit
83390-xx
Sonalert device
43104
Display to Sonalert cable
84668
CAN terminator
59783
k
l
m
Display to Field-IQ cable
75834
Basic power cable
67528
CFX-750™ display
94100-xx
n
Display power cable
77282
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Display Connections
Connecting the EZ-Pilot system
Step 1
Connect the power cable to the battery
Step 2
Connect the basic power cable to the cable
P/N 76351.
Also connect one of the following:
•
FmX power cable (P/N 66694)
•
CFX-750 power cable (P/N 77282)
Step 3
Connect the power cable to the display.
FmX integrated display
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CFX-750 display
Step 4
Plug in the 12-pin CAN connection on P/N 75834:
FmX display: Port C or D
CFX-750 display: Port B
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Display Connections
Step 5
Connect the 4- pin CAN plug on P/N 75834
to the 4-pin CAN receptacle on P/N 76351
Step 6
Connect the black 12-pin plug to the IMD600 unit.
Step 7 Connecting the Sonalert device
FmX display
Plug the Sonalert adapter into port A.
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CFX-750 display
Connect the Sonalert adapter 12-pin plug
the cable P/N 75834.
Both displays
Connect the Sonalert device to the adapter
cable.
Step 8
Plug the round SAM-200 connector into the
SAM-200 motor.
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Display Connections
Installing the emergency stop switch
Mount the stop switch in a prominent location in the cab, where it is easily accessible in case of an
emergency.
Step 1
Locate the emergency stop switch.
Step 2
Push the white release button to remove the
top half of the switch.
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Step 3
Remove the nut and washer.
Step 4
In the selected prominent location, drill a
7/8" hole and then mount the switch with
the washer and nut.
Step 5
Route the switch wires and then reattach
the lower housing.
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CHAPTER
5
Final Machine Check
In this chapter:

Performing the final machine check
5
This chapter describes how to perform a final
check of the vehicle.
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Final Machine Check
Performing the final machine check
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WARNING – To avoid potentially serious personal injury or illness, and to prevent damage to
equipment, make sure that you read and understand the Safety Information chapter.
1.
Connect the battery.
2.
Update the Trimble display, IMD-600 unit, and SAM-200 motor to the latest firmware from
http://www.agpartners.trimble.com or from www.trimble.com (Support and Training /
Support A-Z).
3.
Configure the EZ-Pilot system through the Trimble display.
Depending on your machine type, the following items must be calibrated before you can use
the EZ-Pilot system for autosteering:
–
IMD-600 unit mounting orientation
–
Antenna height, Antenna axle offset, and Roll offset
–
Machine type, Machine Wheelbase
–
Angle per Turn left, Angle per Turn right
–
Motor Speed, Override Sensitivity
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