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  • OPERATING MANUAL

    FENDT916 Vario920 Vario924 Vario926 Vario930 Vario

    930.000.000.014 Englisch

  • Vehicle delivery

    Vehicle pre-delivery inspection by the Service WorkshopFor information, technical date etc. refer to Service Schedule.

    Check oil level, top up if necessary.Engine, transmission, axle drives, front axle differential, hub drives, front PTO, lift shaftlubrication. Fill the hydraulic system with additional oil for external consumers as percustomer order.

    Check fluid level, and top up if necessary.Cooling system, clutch operation, brake actuation, air conditioning if installed.

    Grease vehicle as per Lubrication Chart, lubricate all joints.Check steering and toe-in. Check tyre pressures. Check that wheel nuts are firmlyattached.Test electrical system. Check fault memory. Check battery charge status. Check thefunction and settings of the lighting and signalling system.Fill up with diesel, use pre-filter if necessary.Check that brakes are working effectively.

    Information to be given on vehicle deliveryDraw attention to safety instructions within the Operating Manual and on the vehicleitself.Information on keeping to countryu-specific regulations regarding vehicle speed andtrailer braking systems.Explain the following features in detail - see index - and show how they are operated.See also separate vehicle delivery test log.Operating controls, transmission, multiple display, initial start-up, starting, and switching off,fault display, code table, clearing the warning and fault messages.

    Explain "Important Information on Service and Maintenance". See inside back cover.Hand over tool box accessories.Fill in warranty and delivery card and forward immediately to the factory.For 50 km/h version, draw attention to the required regular vehicle inspections(country-specific).

    Vehicle type .............................

    Chassis No. ............................. After-Sales Service

    Vehicle delivered on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    Signature of mechanic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • OPERATING MANUAL

    FENDT 916 VarioFrom chassis number 916 .. 7001

    FENDT 920 VarioFrom chassis number 920 .. 7001

    FENDT 924 VarioFrom chassis number 924 .. 7001

    FENDT 926 VarioFrom chassis number 926 .. 7001

    FENDT 930 VarioFrom chassis number 930 .. 2001

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    © PSD / Ko - SG 10.042941 F - en

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    Customer-notesText-module

    Dear Customer,Please note the following:● Before using the tractor, carefully read

    through this Manual to familiarize yourselfwith all operating controls and their functionsbefore you begin work. This also applies tothe operating instructions of the implementmanufacturer.

    ● Follow all the operating and maintenance in-structions. If you do so, your tractor will giveyou many years of economic and trouble-freeoperation. You will find an overview of allmaintenance operations in the Service Sche-dule in this Manual.

    ● Maintenance and repair work should be car-ried only at your service workshop. see alsothe "Important service and maintenance infor-mation".

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    Authorised useThis tractor is designed only for normal agricultu-ral operations or similar purposes, for example inmunicipal applications.Any other type of use is considered unauthori-sed. The manufacturer will not be liable for anydamage resulting from such uses, which will beentirely at the owner's risk.Authorised use also means fulfilling the opera-ting, service and maintenance conditions set outby the manufacturer.Operation, maintenance and repair of the tractoris restricted to persons who are familiar with thiskind of work and aware of the inherent dangers.All relevant accident prevention regulations andall generally accepted health & safety standardsand road traffic regulations must be observedThe manufacturer does not accept liability for da-mage resulting from unauthorised modifications.Text-module

    Marking of places that affect yoursafetyMake sure that any other users have read all thesafety instructions as well.The various levels of safety instructions can bedistinguished as follows:

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    The Operating Manual is an integral part of thevehicle package and must be passed on to anysubsequent owner in the event of resale. The at-tention of the new owner should be drawn to thisinformation.If this Manual is lost or damaged and you need anew one, please contact your Fendt dealer,There you will be able to purchase a replace-ment.

    Vehicle Identification NumberOperation_Pic_number:ETpicture-module

    Text-module

    The Vehicle Identification Number is on the rightframe and also stamped on the rating plate.Text-module

    All specifications in the Manual are subject to theusual tolerances. We reserve the right to makedesign changes as part of technical further deve-lopment, without making alterations to this Ma-nual. The drawings and illustrations in the ma-nual are used for function description, some ofthe items shown are not necessarily included inthe vehicle delivery contents.

    DANGER:Risk of serious accident.

    WARNING:Risk of injury.

    CAUTION:Possible risk of injury.

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    NUMERICAL INDEXSAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...............9

    OPERATION....................................14

    1. Driver seat ................................................141.1 Super deluxe seat ......................................14

    2. Display instruments and operating controls.....................................................15

    2.1 Front controls .............................................152.2 Glow and starter switch..............................162.3 Combination switch....................................162.4 Steering wheel adjustment.........................162.5 Quick reverse.............................................162.6 Dashboard .................................................172.7 Indication of fluid levels..............................182.8 Operating status display ............................182.9 Multiple display ..........................................192.10 Operating controls, right.............................192.11 Multi-function armrest ................................202.12 Operating console, right side .....................212.13 Vario terminal.............................................222.14 Camera function.........................................262.15 Quick Jump ................................................262.16 Cab top section, front.................................282.17 Cab top right side.......................................282.18 Power outlets .............................................292.19 Reset function ............................................31

    3. Heating and ventilation ...........................313.1 Heater with 3-speed blower .......................313.2 Auxiliary ventilation in cab roof ..................323.3 Air conditioning ..........................................32

    4. Rearwiew mirror.......................................33

    5. Start-up .....................................................335.1 Daily check.................................................335.2 Cold weather operation..............................345.3 Tool box .....................................................34

    6. Starting and stopping the engine...........346.1 Memory function ........................................346.2 Starting the engine.....................................356.3 Jump starting .............................................366.4 Tow-starting ...............................................376.5 Stopping the engine ...................................376.6 Stopping and immobilising the tractor........37

    7. Vario transmission...................................377.1 Joystick ......................................................377.2 Neutral position ..........................................377.3 Selecting acceleration rates.......................387.4 Driving mode selector ................................397.5 Driving the tractor.......................................407.6 Changing direction of travel .......................427.7 Programmed changes of travel direction ...43

    7.8 Cruise control.............................................447.9 Load limit control........................................467.10 Storing engine speeds ...............................477.11 Towing instructions ....................................48

    8. Fuel consumption measurement............488.1 Activating fuel consumption

    measurement.............................................48

    9. Tractor Management System (TMS).......499.1 Engine management system .....................509.2 Accelerator mode.......................................509.3 Setting engine speed range .......................51

    10. PTO............................................................5310.1 Rear PTO...................................................5310.2 Engaging and disengaging rear PTO.........5410.3 Front PTO ..................................................5510.4 Engaging and disengaging front PTO........5610.5 Calibrating rear and front PTO coupling ....56

    11. Four wheel drive (4-WD)..........................58

    12. Differential lock ........................................58

    13. Front axle suspension.............................59

    14. Power lift and PTO automatic mode ......6014.1 Power lift automatic mode..........................6014.2 PTO automatic mode .................................6114.3 PTO automatic mode with power lift ..........62

    15. Brakes .......................................................6315.1 Foot brake..................................................6315.2 Hand brake ................................................6315.3 Trailer brake...............................................6415.4 Engine brake..............................................64

    16. Steering.....................................................6516.1 Steering wheel adjustment.........................65

    17. Hydraulics.................................................6517.1 General notes on hydraulic operations ......6517.2 Valve locking..............................................6617.3 Valve equipment ........................................6717.4 Operating the valves ..................................6717.5 Priority function ..........................................6917.6 Setting the valves.......................................7017.7 External valve actuation.............................7317.8 Hydraulic connectors .................................74

    18. Electronic lifting gear control, rear ........7518.1 Controls......................................................7518.2 EPC safety lock..........................................7618.3 Control panel functions ..............................7718.4 Working with the EPC................................7918.5 Electronic slip control .................................8118.6 Electro-hydraulic external control...............83

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    NUMERICAL INDEX18.7 Electronic power lift control / double action

    operation (EPC/DA)...................................8418.8 Implement socket.......................................85

    19. Three-point link ........................................8519.1 Lower links .................................................8519.2 Extendable lifting struts..............................8619.3 Mechanical side locks ................................8719.4 Top link ......................................................87

    20. Front power lift.........................................8820.1 Lower links .................................................8820.2 Standard version........................................8920.3 Comfort version..........................................90

    21. Trailing devices........................................9621.1 Calculation of trailer weights ......................9621.2 Trailer bracket ............................................9721.3 Hitching a trailer manually..........................9721.4 Automatic trailer coupling...........................9821.5 Ball coupling, drawbar, piton fix .................9921.6 Hydraulic trailer hitch ...............................102

    22. Compressed air system ........................10422.1 Operating .................................................10422.2 Maintenance ............................................105

    23. Additional ballasting..............................10623.1 Front ballast .............................................10623.2 Front/rear load weights ............................10623.3 Wheel weights..........................................10723.4 Water ballasting of tyres ..........................107

    24. Track adjustment ...................................10824.1 Lighting wide vehicle................................10824.2 Rear axle stub..........................................108

    25. Twin tyres ...............................................11025.1 Conditions for use ....................................11025.2 Twin tyres.................................................110

    26. On-board computer ...............................11126.1 Setting the clock.......................................11126.2 Adjusting speed indicator.........................11126.3 Fault display.............................................11226.4 Selecting tyre size....................................11226.5 Backup indicators.....................................113

    27. Computer ................................................11427.1 Computer functions..................................11427.2 Select main menu ....................................11427.3 Setting measurement and counting

    direction ...................................................11527.4 Manually triggered measuring and

    counting ...................................................11527.5 Operating automatic measurement and

    counting ...................................................116

    28. Storing the settings ...............................11728.1 Setting that can be saved ........................11728.2 Saving names and settings......................11828.3 Calling up settings....................................119

    29. Implement control..................................12029.1 Assigning control terminal........................12029.2 Loading the implement software for

    implement control ....................................12229.3 Setting up the control terminal for

    implement control ....................................12329.4 Operating the implement with the

    joystick .....................................................12429.5 Implement diagnosis function ..................125

    30. Variotronic Ti..........................................12630.1 Functions .................................................12630.2 Triggers....................................................12630.3 Menu functions.........................................12730.4 Operating .................................................12930.5 Storing data..............................................13330.6 Retrieving stored data..............................13430.7 Changing operational sequences

    manually ..................................................13430.8 Changing relative factors .........................13530.9 Modifying configuration lists.....................13630.10 Function indicator on the main menu.......13830.11 Menu colours ...........................................13830.12 Messages for information.........................138

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE......139

    1. General....................................................139

    2. Opening the bonnet ...............................139

    3. Engine oil change ..................................1403.1 Draining engine oil ...................................1403.2 Replacing the engine oil filter...................1403.3 Filling with engine oil................................1413.4 Checking engine oil level .........................141

    4. Fuel system ............................................1424.1 Replacing the fuel filter ............................1424.2 Bleeding the fuel system..........................1434.3 Fuel prefilter .............................................143

    5. Dry air filter.............................................1445.1 Vacuum check .........................................1445.2 Removing/installing the main cartridge ....1445.3 Cleaning the main cartridge .....................1455.4 Replacing safety cartridge .......................145

    6. Cooling system ......................................1456.1 Cleaning the cooling system....................1456.2 Checking the coolant level .......................1466.3 Replacing coolant ....................................1466.4 Cleaning the cooling/heating system .......146

    7. V belt .......................................................1477.1 Right hand V belt .....................................1477.2 Left V-belt.................................................147

    8. Brake and clutch system.......................148

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    NUMERICAL INDEX9. Front PTO ...............................................149

    10. Transmission and axle drives...............14910.1 Changing the transmission oil..................14910.2 Checking the transmission oil level..........15010.3 Changing the oil in the axle drives ...........151

    11. Four-wheel drive axle ............................15111.1 Changing the oil in the front axle

    differential gear ........................................15111.2 Replacing the oil in front axle hub drives .15211.3 Front axle suspension..............................152

    12. Power lift.................................................153

    13. Hydraulic system ...................................15313.1 Checking oil level in hyrdraulic system ....15313.2 Changing the hydraulic oil........................15413.3 Hydraulic oil filter......................................154

    14. Steering...................................................156

    15. Front wheels...........................................15615.1 Checking toe-in ........................................156

    16. Heating and ventilation .........................15716.1 Removing the heater fan filter..................15716.2 Replacing the roof fan filter ......................15716.3 Replacing the recirculating air filter..........158

    17. Air conditioning .....................................15817.1 Condenser ...............................................15817.2 Compressor V-belt ...................................159

    18. Windshield washer system...................159

    19. Cleaning the tractor ...............................15919.1 Clean the cab's air spring bellows............159

    20. Electrical and electronic systems ........16020.1 Battery......................................................16020.2 Alternator .................................................16020.3 Electrowelding..........................................16020.4 Adjusting the headlights...........................16020.5 Adjusting the auxiliary headlampss..........16120.6 Auxiliary lights, Xenon headlights ............16120.7 Additional installation of electrical and

    electronic equipment................................162

    21. Fuses.......................................................16321.1 Fuse holder X050.....................................16421.2 Fuse holder X051.....................................16521.3 Fuse holder F060 - F067 .........................16621.4 Fuse holder (A013) ..................................167

    22. Wiring diagrams.....................................16822.1 Legend for circuit diagrams......................16822.2 Colour coding for electric wires................17122.3 Wiring diagrams .......................................171

    IMPLEMENTS...............................204

    1. Reversing device ...................................204

    FAULTS AND REMEDIALACTIONS........................................205

    1. Warning and fault messages ................2051.1 Warning messages ..................................2051.2 Fault messages........................................2111.3 Clearing a warning or fault message .......2151.4 General faults...........................................216

    2. Variotronic Ti fault messages...............223

    3. Warning and information messages for implement settings ..........................227

    4. Flame starting system faults ................228

    5. Fault code tables....................................229

    6. Emergency operation ............................245

    TECHNICAL DATA.......................247

    1. Technical data ........................................247

    2. Tyre pressures .......................................251

    3. Tyre combinations .................................252

    4. Fuel and lubricants Vario 916 - 930......2534.1 Bio-diesel .................................................2544.2 Bio hydraulic oil........................................254

    5. Lubrication chart....................................2555.1 Filling points .............................................2555.2 Lubrication points.....................................256

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    NUMERICAL INDEX

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    Safety and accident prevention regulations

    Safety signs on the machine must be replaced if damaged or lost.

    WARNING:Before every operation, check the tractor for road worthiness and operational safety.Carefully read the Manual and observe all safety instructions.

    General safety and accidentprevention regulationsText-module

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    Carrying passengersText-module

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    1.Follow the general safety and accidentprevention regulations, as well as the safetyinformation in this manual.

    2.When driving on public roads, follow the usualtraffic regulations!

    3.Before starting work, familiarise yourself withall operating controls and their functions. Don'twait until after you have started working!

    4.Start the engine from the driver seat only. Donot attempt to start by shorting across thestarter terminals, as this can cause the tractorto move immediately!

    5.Before starting up, check the area is clear (e.g.children). Ensure that nothing obstructs vision.

    6.Never leave the engine running in a confinedspace!

    7.The driver should wear close-fitting clothing.Avoid wearing loose-fitting garments!

    8.Take extra care when handling fuel - seriousfire hazard. Never re-fuel in the presence ofsparks or naked flames. Do not smoke whenre-fuelling.

    9.Before re-fuelling, turn off the engine andremove the ignition key. Do not re-fuel inconfined spaces. Clean up spillagesimmediately!

    10.To avoid fire hazard, keep the tractor clean.11.Beware of leaking brake fluid and battery

    acid (these are toxic and corrosive).

    1.Passenger should be carried only if the tractoris fitted with an appropriate passenger seat.

    2.Do not carry passengers in any other othercircumstances.

    Driving the tractorText-module

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    Front loader operationText-module

    1.Driving speed must always be adapted to thecurrent situation. Avoid sudden corneringwhen driving uphill or downhill, or acrossgradients. Disengage the differential lockwhen cornering. Never disengage the clutch toshift gears when travelling downhill!

    2.Make sure all trailers and implements areproperly hitched. Driving characteristics,steering and braking are affected by mountedimplements, trailers and ballast weight.Therefore, always ensure that there isadequate steering and braking capacity.

    3.Observe the maximum permissible grossvehicle weight, axle loads and tyre loadcapacity, especially if heavy implements areattached.

    4.When negotiating bends with implementsconnected or hitched up, always allow for theoverhang and oscillating weight of theimplement.

    1.Never allow anyone to stand in the hazardarea, or within the working range of the frontloader. Keep the area clear of bystanders at alltimes. Do not operate the front loader unlessthere is a clear view of the entire working area- illuminate the area if necessary.

    2. It is not permitted to use the standard loader(as supplied) as a working platform. If usingthe loader with a special working platform,additional safety measures are required.

    3.Do not handle round bales, pallets etc. unlessthe loader is suitably equipped for thispurpose. If loading objects that cannot besecured and may fall off, do not use the frontloader unless the driving seat is protected by arobust canopy.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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    4.When the front loader is raised, the risk of thetractor tipping over is greater, and the brakingeffect at the rear axle may also be reduced.Adapt your driving style and ensure adequateballasting at the rear. For additional loading,we recommend attaching the Fendt 870 kgadditional weight at the three-point link - fitwheel weights and fill the tyres if necessary.

    5.Keep a safe distance from high-voltagecables.

    6.When on public roads, bring the front loaderinto the transport position and secure it. Keepa maximum distance of 3.5 m between theimplement and the centre of the steeringwheel. If the forward projection exceeds 3.5 m,appropriate measures must be taken toguarantee safe traffic conditions (e.g. usepeople on foot acting as guides or mirrors atroad junctions). Transporting equipment ormaterials with a front loader workingimplement, e.g. a scoop, is not permitted whentravelling on public roads.

    7.Danger from unintended lowering of the frontloader. Always secure hydraulic lever at theend of operation. Before leaving the tractor,completely lower the front loader to theground.

    8.For safety reasons the front loader should bemounted and removed by one person only, thedriver himself.

    9.Always keep hands away from the crushingand cutting areas while parts may still bemoving.

    10.Detach the front loader with the attachedimplement (bucket, fork) only on firm andlevel ground. Always use the supportsprovided.

    11.The front loader must be parked and securedin such a way as to prevent unauthorisedpersons or children from causing it to tip over.

    12.When mounting the front loader, connect allhydraulic connections including the auxiliaryreturn, if equipped in this way. Alwaysconnect hydraulic hose for cylinder loadpressure to +. Take great care not to confuseconnections since this may cause accidentsthrough reversed functions, e.g. liftinginstead of lowering. Before fitting the multiplecoupler, remove the load from hydraulichoses and unplug rear hydraulicconnections, lower the power lift and operateonly via EPC. Hydraulic fluid interflow cancreate danger from unintentional equipmentmotion.

    Leaving the tractorText-module

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    Mounted and trailing equipmentText-module

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    PTO operationText-module

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    1.Make sure the tractor is properly securedagainst running off (parking brake, wheelchocks). Switch off the engine and apply thehand brake!

    2.Remove the ignition key and lock the cab ifnecessary.

    3.Never leave the tractor unattended while theengine is running.

    4.Never leave the cab while the tractor is inmotion.

    5.Completely lower the mounted implementbefore leaving the tractor.

    1.Only attach implements and trailers using theprescribed devices.

    2.Use only trailers which comply with thecountry-specific regulations. Do not exceedmaximum vertical bearing load. Ensure thatthe tractor-trailer brake system is functioningcorrectly.

    3.Take special care when hitching trailers orimplements!

    4.Secure trailers and implements to preventthem rolling. Make sure that detachedimplements and components are safelyparked.

    5.Be sure all protection devices are correctlyattached and in the safety position beforeoperating the tractor.

    6.When using the power lift, always remain welloutside the travel range of the three-point linkattachment!

    1.Always switch off the engine, before fitting orremoving the drive shaft. The PTO shaft mustbe in 0-position.

    2.During PTO operations, allow no-one in thevicinity of the rotating PTO or drive shaft.

    3.Make sure drive shaft and PTO are equippedwith protective guards and sleeves.

    4.After switching off the PTO, the attachedimplement may continue running due to theflywheel mass. In this case, do not go near theimplement. Approach it only when it has cometo a complete standstill.

    5.When the drive shaft is removed, cover thePTO shaft with its protective cap.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSMaintenanceText-module

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    1.Before maintenance and repair work, switchoff the engine and remove the ignition key.Relieve pressure from implement lines, e.g. tothe front loader.

    2.Any person should keep clear of a lifted,unsecured load (e.g. tilted cab and similar).

    3.Never open or remove any protection deviceswhile the engine is running.

    4.Never grasp leaking pressure lines.Pressurised fluids (diesel or hydr. oil) escapingunder high pressure can penetrate the skinand cause severe injuries. If this has occurred,seek medical advice at once to avoid the riskof serious infection.

    5.Keep at a safe distance from hot areas.6.Hydraulic accumulator and connected pipes

    are highly pressurised. Only remove andrepair in accordance with instructions providedin Technical Manual.

    7.To avoid eye injury, do not look directly at thesurface of the activated radar sensor.

    8.Dispose of oil, fuels and filters properly!9.For fitting tires, specialist knowledge and

    special mounting tools are required.10.Run the tractor for a short time, then

    retighten all wheel nuts and bolts; checkthem regularly. For correct torque valuesrefer to TECHNICAL DATA.

    11.Before working on the electrical system,always remove the ground strap from thebattery. Observe the following, when carryingout electric welding. When carrying outelectric welding on tractor or mountedimplements, make sure that both batteryterminals are disconnected. Attach theground terminal as close as possible to thewelding point.

    12.Spare parts must at least meet the technicalrequirements stated by the manufacturer.You can ensure that this is the case by usinggenuine spare parts!

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    Advice for front loader maintenance:1.Before undertaking maintenance work, lower

    the front loader to the ground, switch off theengine and remove the ignition key.

    2. If the pipe fracture protection has engaged,support the load before starting repairs, andslowly retract the cylinder.

    3.Hydraulic hoses deteriorate with age. Checkthe condition of hydraulic hoses at regularintervals, and replace them in good time.

    4.After attachment and repair operations, drivethe tractor for a short time then retighten allmounting screws and nuts and check themregularly.

    5.Retighten eccentric bolt for front loaderattachment, if necessary.

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSLocation of safety signs

    Operation_Pic_number:1

    Inside the cab on the right.Operation_Pic_number:1

    Inside the cab on the right.Operation_Pic_number:1

    On the right rear mudguard.

    Fig.1

    Fig.2

    Fig.3

    Operation_Pic_number:1

    On the left and right rear mudguards beside thelifting gear control.

    Operation_Pic_number:1

    At left front of hydraulic cylinder of front axlesuspension.

    Operation_Pic_number:1

    On pressure reservoir of front axle suspension.

    Fig.4

    Fig.5

    Fig.6

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    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSOperation_Pic_number:1

    Inside the cab on left.Operation_Pic_number:1

    Inside the cab, on the cover of the emergencyoperation controls.

    Operation_Pic_number:1

    On the front loader forks, left and right.Operation_Pic_number:1

    Inside the cab, on the left, on the transversebeam of the front windscreen.

    Fig.7

    Fig.8

    Fig.9

    Fig.10

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    OPERATION

    1. Driver seatWARNING:Never adjust the seat while the tractor is moving (risk of accident).If a seat belt is available, always attach it.

    1.1 Super deluxe seatOperation_Pic_number:1

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    A = Automatic weight and height adjust-ment.

    B = Swivel mechanism.C = Longitudinal adjustment.D = Backrest adjustment.E = Lumbar support (curvature), pneumatic

    operation.F = Seat bolster (depth adjustment).G = Seat bolster (tilt adjustment).H = Horizontal springing (on/off).I = Vertical springing (adjustable from soft to

    hard in four levels).J = Backrest extension.K = Behind the moulding:

    Seat belt fixing point.L = Seat heating.

    Fig.1

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    OPERATION

    2. Display instruments and operating controls2.1 Front controls

    Operation_Pic_number:1

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    A = Hand brakeB = Clutch pedalC = Steering wheel adjustment and quick reverse.D = Heater and fan controls (see also OPERATION Section 3).E = Combination switchF = Heater starter switchG = Multi-function armrestH = Accelerator pedalI = Brake pedalsK = Emergency operation controls (under the cover).L = Hand throttle

    Fig.2

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    OPERATION2.2 Glow and starter switch

    Operation_Pic_number:1

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    0 = Ignition off, key can be removed.I = General ignition, key cannot be removed

    + preheating (automatic).II = Starting + ignition.

    2.3 Combination switchOperation_Pic_number:1

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    A = Right indicator.B = Left indicator.C = 1. With lights switched on: toggle low

    beam, high beam.2. With lights switched off headlight flas-her.

    D = HornE = Windshield washer system (wipers run

    automatically).F = Windshield wipers with intermittent and

    continuous operation.

    Fig.3

    Fig.4

    2.4 Steering wheel adjustment

    Operation_Pic_number:1

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    ● Pull up lever and adjust steering wheel to thedesired position (see also OPERATION Sec-tion 16).

    2.5 Quick reverseOperation_Pic_number:1

    ● Press button (A).

    The tractor slows to a standstill, then acceleratesin the opposite direction up to previous transmis-sion ratio (see also OPERATION Section 7.6).

    WARNING:Never adjust the steering wheelwhile the tractor is moving!

    Fig.5

    Fig.6

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    OPERATION

    2.6 DashboardOperation_Pic_number:1

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    Fig.7

    A = Multiple displayB = Indication of fluid levelsC = Operating status displayD = Indicator lampsE = Lights including side lightsF = Hazard warning flasher switchG = Key pad for on-board computer (also

    see OPERATION Section 26).

    H = Key pad for rpm indicators (also seeOPERATION Section 2.8).

    J = Key pad for speed display (also seeOPERATION Section 2.8).

    K = Emergency mode (also see FAULTSAND REMEDIAL ACTIONS Section 6).

    L = Alternator 1 not charging, red.M = Hydraulic trailer brake (optional), (see

    also OPERATION Section 15.3).

    Text-module Left turn signal indicator, green.

    Preheater indicator lamp, red.

    Alternator 2 not charging, red.

    High beam, blue.

    1st trailer light indicator, green.

    2nd trailer light indicator, green.

    Hazard light, red.

    Forward direction of travel, green.

    Reverse direction of travel, green.

    4-WD engaged, green.

    Differential lock engaged, red.

    Text-module

    Automatic dimmerfor forward/reverse indicator lamps, 4-WD, diffe-rential lock and related buttons.At dusk or in the dark, the dimmer can be adju-sted manually.

    Cruise control on.

    Right turn signal indicator, green.

    If one of the indicator lamps for forward/reversefails, back-up indicators can be activated on themultiple display (A) activation (see seeOPERATION Section 26.5).

    Brightness is increased or decreased bypressing one of the two buttons.

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