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Operator’s Manual Operator’s Manual THIS IS A MANUAL PRODUCED BY JENSALES INC. WITHOUT THE AUTHORIZATION OF MASSEY HARRIS MASSEY FERGUSON OR IT’S SUCCESSORS. MASSEY HARRIS MASSEY FERGUSON AND IT’S SUCCESSORS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THIS MANUAL. TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES CONTAINED AND USED HEREIN ARE THOSE OF OTHERS, AND ARE USED HERE IN A DESCRIPTIVE SENSE TO REFER TO THE PRODUCTS OF OTHERS. MF 1020 Tractor MH-O-MF1020

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    Operator’s Manual

    THIS IS A MANUAL PRODUCED BY JENSALES INC. WITHOUT THE AUTHORIZATION OF MASSEY HARRIS MASSEY FERGUSON OR IT’S SUCCESSORS. MASSEY HARRIS MASSEY FERGUSON AND IT’S SUCCESSORS

    ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE QUALITY OR ACCURACY OF THIS MANUAL.

    TRADE MARKS AND TRADE NAMES CONTAINED AND USED HEREIN ARE THOSE OF OTHERS, AND ARE USED HERE IN A DESCRIPTIVE SENSE TO REFER TO THE PRODUCTS OF OTHERS.

    MF 1020 Tractor

    MH-O-MF1020

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  • MF 1020

    TRACTOR

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................... .

    iMPORTANT DIESEL FUEL PRECAUTiONS 6

    FUEL SPEC!FICATIONS 7

    TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION ........................................................................................... 11

    INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS..................................................................................... 12 Instrument Panel ........................................................................... '" .................... " 12 Operating Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 14

    OPERATION ........................................................................................................... 18 Break-In Period .................................. " ... .. .. .. ... ... . . .. ... .. ... .. .... ... . .. .... . . . ... ... ....... ....... 18 Starting ........................................................................... " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 18 Gear Selection ...................................................................................................... 20 Brake Usage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Stopping Tractor ..................... ' ............................................................................. " 22 Differential Lock Operation ....................................................................... " .. ...... ........ 22 Four-Wheel Drive Usage ............................................................................... '" . . ..... ... 23 Rear Power Take-Off (PTO) ......................................................................................... 23 Front PTO (Accessory) .............................................................................................. 24 Three-Point Hitch ................................................................................................... 25

    LUBRICATION AND PERIODIC MAINTENANCE ...................................................................... 27 Specifications and Capacities. .. . ..... . . ..... ......... ........ . . .... . ... ..... ... . . . ... . ... .. . .. .... ... .... . ..... .... 27 Periodic Maintenance Schedules ........... , ..... .. ............ .. ...... . .......... .. . .. .. ... .. .. .. ... . ... ... ... .... 28 Extended Storage of Tractor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Access ............................................................................................................... 32 Lubrication Details ..................................................... , . .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ... .. . . .. ... ... . ..... ..... 32 Engine Air Cleaner.. .. . . ... ..... .... . . ........ ....... .. .. .... ...... . ...... . ...... . .. .. .. ... ... .... .. .... . . ..... . .... 36 Cooling System ..................................................................................................... 38 Fuel System... .. . ... . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . .. ........ . .. ..... .. ............ ... . ...... .. .... ..... .. . .. .. .. ....... .. ... ..... 39 Electrical System. ..... . .. .. .. . .. . .. ... . . ..... .. ... .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. ... .... .. .. . . .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. . ... .... ....... 42 Clutch Free-Play Adjustment.. . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. .. ... . .. .... .. . . .. . ... . . . . ... .. .. . . .. ... . .... .... .. . ... .... .... .... 45 Brake Adjustment. .. ....... ... ... ..... .. . .... ....... ... .. ..... .. .. . ... .. ... .. .. .. .. ...... ...... .... ... .... ... .. ..... 45 Wheels and Tires ................................................................................................... 46 Muffler Position. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 48 Storage.............................................................................................................. 49

    ASSEMBLY AND PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION...................................................................... 50 Trouble-Shooting.................................................................................................... 51

    SPECiFiCATIONS ..................................................................................................... . 52

    ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................................ 53

    PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION CHECK LIST ..... " .... .. . . .. .. .... .. . ...... .. ..... ....... .......... .... ..... .. Back Cover

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  • ACCESS

    FIG. 43: To gain access to engine, radiator and battery, depress hood release button, 1, and tilt hood forward. Hood will remain in the open position.

    Close hood by pushing rear of hood downward until hood automatically latches.

    FIG. 44: VVhen necessary, hood may be removed from Tractor. Raise hood and unplug wiring connector for headlights. While supporting hood in open position, remove nuts, 1, securing hood hinge to Tractor frame. Lift hood from Tractor.

    LUBRICATION DETAILS

    Grease Fittings

    Lubrication of grease fittings is recommended every 20 hours of operation using M-l1 05 or similiar multi-purpose No.2 lithium base grease.

    NOTE When operating in muddy or extremely wet conditions, more frequent lubrication of fittings is recommended

    FIG. 45: Clutch pedal pivot (one fitting).

    FIG. 46: Brake pedal pivots (two fittings).

    fiG. 43

    fiG. 44

    FIG. 45

    fiG. 46

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  • Fuse Biock

    FIG, 77: Fuse block is located near left rear corner of engine adjacent to the horn. Cover, 1, snaps over fuse block and contains extra fuse, 2.

    Fuse, A is a five-amp fuse and is to protect the horn circuit.

    Fuse, S, is a three-amp fuse used to protect the indicator lamp circuits.

    Fuse, C, is a ten-amp fuse used to protect the lighting circuit.

    IMPORT ANT- Do not replace fuse with fuse of higher amperage rating. If fuses repeatedly blow, examine electrical system for grounded or shorted circuits.

    Flasher Unit

    FIG. 78: The flasher unit, 1, for the amber warning lights is located inside the right rear corner of the instrument panel shroud.

    Starter Safety Switch

    FIG. 79: Switch, 1, is activated by clutch linkage so engine can be cranked only with clutch pedal depressed. When pedal is depressed, plunger in switch is depressed and the switch will allow electrical current from ignition switch to reach starter solenoid.

    CAUTION: Under no circumstances should switch be bypassed. It is installed for your protection.

    Switch may require slight adjustment which is accomplished by loosening switch retaining nuts, 2, a nd repositioning switch slightly. Secure switch on completion of adjustment.

    FIG. 77

    FiG. 78

    FIG. 79

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  • SP CIFICATIO S

    ENGiNE: Make ........................................................................................................ T oyosha Diesel Model ............................................................................................................... CS 112 Type ................................................................................... " indirect injection, overhead valve Displacement ........................................................................................ 68.7 cu. in. (1126 ec) Number of Cylinders ....................................................................................................... 3 Bore ...................................................................................................... 2.953 in. (75 mm) Stroke .................................................................................................... 3.347 in. (85 mm) Engine Horsepower ....................................................................................... 21 @ 2350 rpm PTO Horsepower (estimate) ........................................................................... 17 @ 587 PTO rpm Firing Order ................................... " .............................. ' ........... '" ......................... 1-3-2 Compression Ratio .................................................................................................. 23 to 1 Low Idle Speed .................................................................................................... 850 rpm High Idle Speed ................................................................................................... 2550 rpm Valve Clearance, Cold:

    Intake .............................................................................................. . om 2 in. (0.30 mm) Exhaust ............................................................................................. . Om4 in. (0.35 mm)

    Air Cleaner ....................................................................................... single stage, dry element Engine Coo!ing .................................................................................... liquid, forced circulation Cold Starting Aid ............................................................................................ glow plugs (3)

    TRANSMISSION: Type ........................................................................................... constant mesh/sliding gear Speed Ranges ................................................................................ 12 gears forward, 4 reverse Clutch .............................................................................. dry with single 7.87 in. (200 mm) disc Brakes ......................................................... ' ........... mechanically actuated sealed drum and shoe.

    May be used individually or together (for road use) Steering ................................................................................ manual with spur gear and pinion Hydraulic System ............................ engine mounted gear pump with maximum output of 5.1 U.S. gals./min.

    (19.4 litre/ min). System relief valve setting 1990 psi (13,720 kPa). Category I three-point hitch operated by single position control lever.

    Maximum lift capacity of 1543 Ibs. (700 kg) measured at link ends. Rear PTO ........................ rear PTO speed of 540 rpm at 2160 engine rpm. Gear driven from transmission and

    requires use of clutch. PTO shaft equipped internally with overrunning clutch.

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: System Voltage ................................................................................ 12 volt, negative (-) ground Battery ........................................................................................................ 55 amp/hour Charging ............................................................. 20 amp alternator with external regulator/rectifier

    CAPACITIES: Engine Crankcase ............................................................................... 2.32 U.S. qts., (2.2 litres) Engine Crankcase with filter .................................................................... 2.64 U.S. qts., (2.5 litres) Transmission ................................................................................... 4.5 U.S. gals., (17.0 litres) Fuel Tank ....................................................................................... 5.8 U.S. gals., (22.0 litres) Cooling System ................................................................................... .4.4 U.S. qts., (4.0 litres) Front Differential (4WD only) ...................................................................... 1.6 U.S. qts., (1.5 litres) Wheel Reduction Units, Each (4WD only) ...................................................... 0.42 U.S. qts., (0.4 litres)

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