Bobcat E80 Repair Manual [Compact Excavator]


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Factory Service Repair Manual For Bobcat E80. In content Tons of illustrations, instructions, diagrams for step by step remove and install, disassembly, installation, as well as machine specifications, tightening references, maintenance, inspection, troubleshooting and lot of other useful information for repair and servicing. Included Wiring schematics, Hydraulic Schematics. Digital PDF format, searchable and bookmarked. This manual is used by dealers.

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Bobcat E80

S/N AETB11001 & Above
S/N AET311001 & Above


Air Cleaner Service
Air Cleaner
Air Conditioning System Flow
Articulated Boom Valve (Optional)
Auto Idle Pressure Switch
Auto Idle Valve
Auxiliary Breaker Valve
Auxiliary Hydraulic Valve
Blade Control Valve
Blower Fan
Bobcat Excavator Identification
Boom (Articulated) (Optional)
Boom Swing Valve
Cab Filter
Cab Tilt Procedure
Camshaft And Timing Gears
Center Access Cover
Center Cover
Center Cover
Cold Start Device
Console Lockout Switch
Control Console Lockouts
Control Pattern Selector Valve
Crankshaft And Pistons
Cylinder (Arm)
Cylinder (Articulated Boom)
Cylinder (Blade)
Cylinder (Boom Swing)
Cylinder (Boom)
Cylinder (Bucket)
Cylinder Head
Delivery Report
Diagnostic Service Code
Diagnostic Tool
Direct To Tank Valve
E Excavator Specifications
Electrical System Information
Emergency Exit
Engine Cooling System
Engine Cooling System
Engine Flywheel
Engine Information
Engine Lubrication System
Engine Speed Control
Evaporator / Heater Unit
Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve(Egr)
Expansion Valve
Fire Prevention
Floor Mat
Fuel Level Sender
Fuel System
Fuel System
Fuel Tank
Fuel Transfer Pump
Heater Valve
Hvac Controller
Hydraulic Connection
Specifications Spec
Hydraulic Control Valve
Hydraulic Fluid Specifications
Hydraulic Reservoir
Hydraulic System Information
Hydraulic System
Instrument Panel
Key Switch
Left Console
Left Control Lever (Joystick)
Lifting And Blocking The Excavator
Lifting The Excavator
Lower Track Roller
Lubricating The Excavator
Lubrication System
Maintenance Safety
Manifold Air Heater
Manifold Assembly / Accumulator
Motion Alarm System (If Equipped)
Oil Cooler
Operator Cab
Pivot Pins
Pump (Gear)
Pump (Hydraulic Piston)
Quick Coupler (Klac System)
Quick Coupler (Lehnhoff System)
Rear Cover
Rear Cover
Receiver / Drier
Regular Maintenance
Right Console Switch Cover
Right Console
Right Control Lever (Joystick)
Right Side Cover
Right Side Cover
Safety Instructions
Seat Belt
Serial Number Locations
Service Manual Revision Smr
Service Schedule
Spark Arrester Muffler
Swing Circle Gear
Swing Circle Gear
Swing Frame
Swing Motor (Drive Carrier)
Swing Motor
Swivel Joint
System Charging And Reclamation
Torque Specifications For Bolts
Towing The Excavator
Track Maintenance
Track Undercarriage Components
(Rubber Track)
Transporting The Excavator On A
Travel Control Valve
Travel Motor
Travel Motor
Upper Track Roller
Upperstructure Side Cover (Left)
Upperstructure Side Cover (Right)
Valve (Pilot Pressure Relief)
Valves (Port Relief)
Valves (Relief)
Wiper Motor




Install a 6900 kPa (69 bar) (1000 psi) gauge (Item 1)
[Figure 20-110-3] on the pilot line. Start the excavator
and warm up the hydraulic oil to operating temperature.
Engage the circuit to be tested. Record the operating
The operating pressure should be approximately 2800
kPa (28 bar) (415 psi).
If the operating pressure is correct, check the valve
section spool for proper operation. If the operating
pressure is incorrect, test the pressure reducing valve.
(See Testing And Adjusting The Pressure Reducing
Valve on Page 20-32-1.)
If the pressure reducing valve is incorrect, adjust the
pressure reducing valve. (See Testing And Adjusting The
Pressure Reducing Valve on Page 20-32-1.) Retest the
right control lever.