John Deere 904 1054 1204 1354 Operators Manual [Tractors]


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Factory Operators Manual OMSJ16423 For John Deere 904 1054 1204 1354 2WD or MFWD China Tractors.
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-Identification Views
-Look for Supplemental Information
Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Follow Safety Instructions
Prepare for Emergencies
Wear Protective Clothing
Protect Against Noise
Handle Fuel SafelyAvoid Fires
Handle Starting Fluid Safely
Keep ROPS Installed Properly
Use Foldable ROPS and Seat Belt Properly
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
Use Steps and Handholds Correctly
Read Operator Manuals for ISOBUS Implements
Use Seat Belt Properly
Operating the Tractor Safely
Limited Use in Forestry Operation
Operating the Loader Tractor Safely
Keep Riders Off Machine
Instructional Seat
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Use a Safety Chain
Transport Towed Equipment at Safe Speeds
Use Caution On Slopes and Uneven Terrain
Freeing a Mired Machine
Avoid Contact with Agricultural Chemicals
Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely
Handling Batteries Safely
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Handle Electronic Components and Brackets Safely
Practice Safe Maintenance
Avoid Hot Exhaust
Work In Ventilated Area
Support Machine Properly
Prevent Machine Runaway
Park Machine Safely
Transport Tractor Safely
Service Cooling System Safely
Service Accumulator Systems Safely
Service Tires Safely
Service Front-Wheel Drive Tractor Safely
Tightening Wheel Retaining Bolts/Nuts
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Do Not Open High-Pressure Fuel System
Store Attachments Safely
Dispose of Waste Properly
-Safety Signs
Replace Damaged or Missing Safety Signs
-Controls and Instruments
Tractor Controls
Instrument Panel
Light Switch Positions
Use Headlights and Floodlights
High Beam Indicator
Use Tail Lights and Warning Lights
Use Turn Signals
Use Cab Light
-Operator Station
Seat Adjustments
Use Seat Belt
Open Windows
Open Door
RH Emergency Exit
Sun Visor
Operate Wipers
-Break-In Period
Observe Engine Operation Closely
Break-In Service
-Pre-starting Checks
Service Daily Before Start-Up
-Operating the Engine
Before Starting the Engine
Key Switch Positions
Start the Engine
Check Instruments After Starting
Engine Oil Pressure Indicator
Charging System Indicator
Air Restriction Indicator
Coolant Temperature Gauge
Watch Fuel Level
Change Engine Speeds
Warm Up the Engine
Restart Stalled Engine
Avoid Idling the Engine
Observe Engine Work and Idle Speeds
Use Tachometer/Hour Meter
Stop the Engine
Use Booster Battery
-Driving the Tractor
Operator Training Required
Avoid Contact with Agricultural Chemicals
Driving on Public Roads
Use Caution On Slopes and Uneven Terrain
Operate Transmission
Shifting Transmission
Select a Gear
Use Brakes
Use Differential Lock
Operate Mechanical Front-Wheel Drive
Stopping Tractor
-Rockshaft and 3-Point Hitch
Match Tractor Power to Implement
3-Point Hitch Components
Rockshaft Control Levers
Use Rockshaft Position Control
Set Position Control Lever Stop
Use Rockshaft Draft Control
Adjust Rockshaft Rate-of-Drop
Prepare Implement
Attach Implements to 3-Point Hitch
Adjust Sway Chains
Leveling Hitch
Adjust Implement Float
-Hydraulics and Selective Control Valves
Open Center Hydraulic System
Warm Hydraulic System Oil
Use Correct Hose Tips
SCV Control Levers and Couplers
Connect Cylinder Hoses
Disconnect Cylinder Hoses
Reconnect Hoses Under Pressure
Neutral Lever Position
Extend Cylinder
Retract Cylinder
Cylinder Float Position
Cylinder Regenerate Position
SCV Selection Table
-Drawbar and PTO
Observe Drawbar Load Limitations
Adjust Drawbar Length
Use Swinging Drawbar
Proper Use of Drawbar
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
Reversible PTO Stub Shaft
Attach PTO-Driven Implement
Operate Tractor PTO
Adjust PTO Clutch Operating Rod
Plan for Maximum Productivity
Select Ballast Carefully
Match Ballast to Work Load
Check for Correct Ballast
Measure Rear Wheel SlipManually
Ballast Limitations
Ballast Front End for Transport
Add Ballast on Tractor
Determine Maximum Rear Ballast
Determine Maximum Front Ballast
Use Cast Iron Weights
Install Rear Cast Iron Weights
Use Liquid Weight
-Wheels, Tires and Treads
Service Tires Safely
Check Implement-to-Tire Clearance
Check Tire Inflation Pressure
Tire Inflation Pressure Chart
Tire CombinationsMFWD
Tighten Wheel/Axle Hardware Correctly
Tighten BoltsMFWD Axle
Tighten BoltsRear Axle
Tread SettingsMFWD Axle
Tread SettingsMulti-Position Rear Wheels
Adjust Steering Stop
Check Toe-In
Adjust Toe-In
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Use a Safety Chain
Driving Tractor on Roads
Transport Tractor Safely
Tow Tractor
-Fuels, Lubricants and Coolant
Handle Fuel SafelyAvoid Fires
Handle Fluids SafelyAvoid Fires
Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel
Cold Weather Operation
Hot Weather Operation
Diesel Fuel
Lubricity of Diesel Fuel
Testing Diesel Fuel
Fill Fuel Tank
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants
Lubricant Storage
Diesel Engine Oil
Oil Filters
Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Coolant
Transmission and Hydraulic Oil
Use Correct Transmission/Hydraulic Filter Element
MFWD Front Axle Housing Oil
MFWD Wheel Hub Oil
-Maintenance and Service Intervals
Additional Service Information
Service Tractor Safely
Service Interval Chart – Daily or 10 Hours – 50 Hours – 150 Hours – 250 Hours
Service Interval Chart – 500 Hours – 1000 Hours – Annually – 2 Years or 2000 Hours
Service after First 100 Hours
Observe Service Intervals
Use Correct Lubricant
-General Maintenance and Inspection
Service Air Cleaner
Inspect Air Cleaner Elements
Replace Primary and Secondary Elements (904, 1054 Model)
Replace Primary and Secondary Elements (1204, 1354 Models)
Store Air Cleaner Elements
Check Air Intake System
Adjust Brake Pedal Free Play
Adjust Clutch Pedal Free Play
Clean Engine Crankcase Vent Tube
Check Engine Idle Speed
Adjust Engine Valve Clearance
Remove and Install Hood
Check Hoses and Hose Clamps for Tightness
Loose Hardware Inspection
Check Neutral Start System
Check Seat Belt
Remove Side Screen
Adjust Hand Throttle Friction
Inspect Tires
Use Lubricant Correctly
Check Engine Oil Level
Change Engine Oil and Filter
Check Transmission/Hydraulic System Oil Level
Service Transmission/Hydraulic Oil Filter
Lubricate Steering Spindles
Lubricate MFWD Front Axle
Lubricate MFWD Front Axle Pivot Pins
Lubricate MFWD Drive Shaft
Lubricate 3-Point Hitch Links
Check MFWD Axle Housing Oil Level
Check MFWD Wheel Hub Oil Level
Lubricate Rear Axle Bearings
Change Transmission/Hydraulic System Oil
Change MFWD Front Axle Housing Oil
Change MFWD Wheel Hub Oil
-MaintenanceCooling System
Engine Cooling System Components
Front Grille, Side Screens, Radiator and Oil Cooler Cleaning
Check Coolant Level
Check Cooling System for Leaks
Flush Cooling System
-MaintenanceFuel System
Bleed Fuel System
Drain Water and Sediment from Fuel Tank
Replace Primary/Secondary Fuel Filters
Do Not Modify Fuel System
-MaintenanceElectrical System
Observe Electrical Service Precautions
Alternator/Fan Belt Adjustment
Alternator/Fan Belt Replacement
Battery Access
Charge Battery
Clean Battery
Check Battery Condition
Remove Battery
Battery Replacement Specifications
Service Battery
Adjust Headlights
Aiming Headlights
Replace Headlight Bulbs
Replace Flood Light Bulb
Replace Front Turn Signal Bulb
Replace Tail Light/Rear Turn Signal/Brake Light Bulbs
Starter Wiring Connections
Locate Fuses
Fuse Size and Function
Engine Troubleshooting
Transmission Troubleshooting
Hydraulic System Troubleshooting
Brakes Troubleshooting
Rockshaft and 3-Point Hitch Troubleshooting
Hydraulic Cylinders Troubleshooting
Electrical System Troubleshooting
Tractor Storage
Remove Tractor From Storage
Machine Specifications
Machine Dimensions and Weights
Ground Speeds
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values
-Identification Numbers
Identification Plates
Record Tractor Serial Number
Record MFWD Front Axle Serial Number
Record Engine Serial Number
Record Transmission Serial Number
-Lubrication and Maintenance Record Charts
50, 250, 500 Hour Service Chart
1000 Hour Service Chart
Annual Service Chart
2000 Hour Service Chart
As Required Service Chart