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John Deere 250D, 300D Articulated Dump Truck Operator's Manual OMT201340 ISSUE G2 - PDF

John Deere 250D, 300D Articulated Dump Truck Operator's Manual OMT201340 ISSUE G2 - PDF

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This PDF manual contains the most up-to-date instructions and technical information needed to operate the John Deere 250D and 300D Articulated Dump Trucks. Detailed information regarding safety, operations, routine maintenance and more is provided, ensuring peak efficiency and performance.

This PDF Operator's Manual for the John Deere 250D and 300D Articulated Dump Trucks offers detailed, step-by-step instructions on all the operating aspects of the machine. It provides an essential guide for all operators of the 250D and 300D, regardless of experience level.

Models Covered:
250D & 300D

Manual Contents:
Safety—Safety Features
Safety Features.................................................1-1-1
Safety—General Precautions
Recognize Safety Information ...........................1-2-1Follow Safety Instructions..................................1-2-1Operate Only If Qualied...................................1-2-1Wear Protective Equipment...............................1-2-1 Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modications.......1-2-2Inspect Machine ................................................1-2-2Stay Clear of Moving Parts................................1-2-2 Avoid High-Pressure Oils ..................................1-2-3Beware of Exhaust Fumes ................................1-2-3Prevent Fires.....................................................1-2-4Prevent Battery Explosions ...............................1-2-4Handle Chemical Products Safely.....................1-2-4Dispose of Waste Properly................................1-2-5Prepare for Emergencies...................................1-2-5
Safety—Operating Precautions
Use Steps and Handholds Correctly .................1-3-1Start Only From Operator's Seat.......................1-3-1Use and Maintain Seat Belt...............................1-3-1Prevent Unintended Machine Movement ..........1-3-1 Avoid Work Site Hazards...................................1-3-2Keep Riders Off Machine ..................................1-3-2 Avoid Backover Accidents.................................1-3-2 Avoid Machine Tip Over ....................................1-3-3Operating on Slopes..........................................1-3-3Operating Or Traveling On Public Roads..........1-3-3Inspect and Maintain ROPS..............................1-3-4 Add and Operate Attachments Safely...............1-3-4
Safety—Maintenance Precautions
Park And Prepare For Service Safely................1-4-1Service Tires Safely...........................................1-4-1Service Cooling System Safely .........................1-4-2Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating.........1-4-2Make Welding Repairs Safely ...........................1-4-2Drive Metal Pins Safely .....................................1-4-3
Safety—Safety Signs
Safety Signs ......................................................1-5-1
Operation—Operator’s Station
Operator Controls..............................................2-1-1
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Operator Control Functions...............................2-1-3Instrument Panel ...............................................2-1-4Instrument Panel Functions...............................2-1-5Heater and Air Conditioner Controls..................2-1-6Steering Column Lever......................................2-1-7Circuit Breaker Compartment............................2-1-8Operator Seat and Instructional Seat................2-1-9 Air Suspension Seat—If Equipped..................2-1-10Seat Belt..........................................................2-1-10Battery Disconnect Switch and BatteryCircuit Breakers...........................................2-1-11Miscellaneous Equipment................................2-1-12Monitor Display Unit—Default Display Menu...2-1-14Monitor Display Unit—Menu Function.............2-1-16
Operation—Operating the Machine
Before Starting Work.........................................2-2-1Operator's Daily Machine CheckBefore Starting..............................................2-2-1Starting Engine..................................................2-2-2Replace Start Aid Can.......................................2-2-3Driving Machine.................................................2-2-3Steering Machine...............................................2-2-4Shifting Transmission........................................2-2-5Using Range Hold .............................................2-2-6Using Inter-Axle Lock ........................................2-2-6Slowing and Stopping the Machine...................2-2-7Operating on a Hill.............................................2-2-8Off-Road Operation...........................................2-2-8Loading and Unloading Dump Body..................2-2-9Freeing Stuck Machine....................................2-2-10Parking the Machine........................................2-2-10Towing the Machine.........................................2-2-11Releasing Park Brake for Towing ....................2-2-12Mechanically Releasing Park Brake................2-2-12Machine Lifting Points .....................................2-2-13Loading and Unloading Machine from Trailer ..2-2-14Lock All Compartments ...................................2-2-15
Maintenance—Machine
Diesel Fuel.........................................................3-1-1Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel Conditioner...................3-1-1Testing Diesel Fuel............................................3-1-1Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel......................3-1-2Diesel Engine Oil...............................................3-1-2Diesel Engine Oil and Filter Service Intervals ...3-1-3Hydraulic Oil......................................................3-1-4
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Original Instructions. All information, illustrations and specications in thismanual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication.The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.
COPYRIGHT © 2012DEERE & COMPANYMoline, Illinois All rights reserved. A John Deere ILLUSTRUCTION ® ManualPrevious EditionsCopyright © 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
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Transmission and Transfer Case Oil.................3-1-4 Axle Gear Oil.....................................................3-1-5Diesel Engine Coolant.......................................3-1-5Grease...............................................................3-1-6Oil Filters ...........................................................3-1-6Lubricant Storage..............................................3-1-6 Alternative And Synthetic Lubricants.................3-1-7
Maintenance—Periodic Maintenance
Service Your Machine at Specied Intervals.....3-2-1Use Correct Fuels and Lubricants.....................3-2-1Prepare Machine for Maintenance ....................3-2-1Install Dump Body Prop.....................................3-2-2Install Articulation Safety Lock Bar....................3-2-2Lower and Raise Bottom Guard........................3-2-2Relieve Pneumatic Pressure.............................3-2-3Tilt Cab..............................................................3-2-4Maintenance and Repair RecordKeeping System............................................3-2-5Fluid Analysis Program Test Kits and3-Way Coolant Test Kit..................................3-2-5Maintenance and Repair RecordKeeping System............................................3-2-6
Maintenance—As Required
Service Engine Air Intake System.....................3-3-1Inspect and Clean Cooling Systems..................3-3-2Clean, Inspect, and Replace—Trans-mission, Transfer Case, and AxleBreathers.......................................................3-3-3Inspect Tires, Check Pressure ..........................3-3-4Drain Fuel Filters (S.N.—201014).....................3-3-6Drain Fuel Filters (S.N. 201015—)....................3-3-6Inspect Serpentine Belt .....................................3-3-6
Maintenance—Every 10 Hours or Daily
Check Engine Coolant Level.............................3-4-1Check Engine Oil Level.....................................3-4-1Check Transfer Case Oil Level..........................3-4-2Check Hydraulic Oil Level .................................3-4-2Grease Dump Body Pivot Pins..........................3-4-3Lubricate Tailgate Pivots—If Equipped..............3-4-3
Maintenance—Initial Service - 100 Hours
Change Engine Oil and Replace Filter..............3-5-1Replace Hydraulic System Oil Return Filter......3-5-2Replace Primary Fuel Filter (S.N. 201015—)....3-5-3Change Transfer Case Oil.................................3-5-3Change Axle Oil.................................................3-5-4Change Final Drive Oil ......................................3-5-4
Maintenance—Every 500 Hours
Check Park Brake Pad Wear.............................3-6-1Check Dry Caliper Service Brake Pad Wear.....3-6-1Check Front Axle Suspension Struts.................3-6-2Inspect, Clean, and Replace Cab Air Filter .......3-6-3CheckBatteries, CleanandTightenTerminals ..3-6-4
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Lubricate Oscillation Tube, ArticulationJoints, Steering Cylinder Rod Ends,and Oscillation Tube Through DriveShaft Bearings...............................................3-6-5Check Transmission Oil Level...........................3-6-6Clean and Inspect Hydraulic Reservoir Breather ........................................................3-6-7Replace In-line Fuel Filter (S.N. 201015—).......3-6-7Replace Fuel Filters (S.N.—201014).................3-6-8Replace Final Fuel Filter (S.N. 201015—).........3-6-8Check Coolant Conditioner in Radiator.............3-6-9
Maintenance—Every 1000 Hours
Check Axle Oil Levels........................................3-7-1Check Final Drive Oil Levels .............................3-7-1Replace Hydraulic Reservoir Breather..............3-7-2Check and Adjust Bin Shock Pad......................3-7-3Grease Prop Shaft Slip Joint.............................3-7-3
Maintenance—Every 2000 Hours
Adjust Engine Valve Clearance.........................3-8-1Change Transmission Oil..................................3-8-1Replace Transmission Oil Filter.........................3-8-2Change Transfer Case Oil.................................3-8-3Change Axle Oil.................................................3-8-3Change Final Drive Oil ......................................3-8-4Replace Pneumatic System Dryer-Filter ...........3-8-4
Maintenance—Every 4000 Hours
Change Hydraulic Oil.........................................3-9-1Replace Hydraulic Suction Screen....................3-9-2Replace Pneumatic Block Silencer Filter...........3-9-2
Maintenance—Every 4500 Hours
Replace Engine Crankshaft Dampener...........3-10-1
Maintenance—Every 5000 Hours
Drain, Flush and Rell Engine CoolingSystem........................................................3-11-1
Miscellaneous—Machine
Do Not Service Control Valves,Cylinders, Pumps or Motors..........................4-1-1Do Not Service Injection Nozzles......................4-1-1Bleeding Fuel System........................................4-1-1Check Engine Air Intake System.......................4-1-2Check Brake Accumulators...............................4-1-3Check Wheel Nuts.............................................4-1-3Lubricate Hinges................................................4-1-3Using Booster Batteries—24-Volt System.........4-1-3Using Battery Charger.......................................4-1-4Handling, Checking And ServicingBatteries Carefully.........................................4-1-5Replace Batteries..............................................4-1-6Replace Front Turn Signal Bulb,Headlight Bulb, and Front Park Light Bulb....4-1-7 Adjust Headlights...............................................4-1-9
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Replace Backup Light and WorkLight—If Equipped.......................................4-1-10Replace Tail and Brake Light and Rear Turn Signal..................................................4-1-10Replace Dome Light Bulb and CircuitBreaker Compartment Light Bulb................4-1-11Clean The Machine Regularly.........................4-1-11Unied Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values.....4-1-12Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values..............4-1-13Imperial and SAE (Inch) Cap Screwand Nut Torque Values................................4-1-14Metric Cap Screw and Nut Torque Values.......4-1-15Welding on Machine........................................4-1-16
Miscellaneous—Operational Checkout
Operational Checkout........................................4-2-1
Miscellaneous—Troubleshooting
Using Troubleshooting Charts...........................4-3-1Engine ...............................................................4-3-2Transmission.....................................................4-3-4 Axle....................................................................4-3-5Tires...................................................................4-3-6Brakes ...............................................................4-3-6Hydraulic System...............................................4-3-7Instruments and Controls ..................................4-3-7Electrical System...............................................4-3-8Rear Frame and Cab.........................................4-3-9MDU Displayed Service Codes.......................4-3-10
Miscellaneous—Storage
Prepare Machine for Storage ............................4-4-1
Miscellaneous—Serial Numbers
Record Product Identication Number (PIN).....4-5-1Record Engine Serial Number...........................4-5-1Record Transmission Serial Number.................4-5-1Front Axle Serial Number..................................4-5-2Middle Axle Serial Number................................4-5-2Rear Axle Serial Number...................................4-5-2
Miscellaneous—Specications
250D Articulated Dump Truck Specications....4-6-1300D Articulated Dump Truck Specications....4-6-5250D and 300D Engine Specications..............4-6-8250D and 300D Travel Speeds.........................4-6-9250D and 300D Drain and Rell Capacities......4-6-9

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