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Maintenance, repair, or replacement of the emission control devices and systems on this engine, which are being done at the customers expense, may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individual. Warranty repairs must be performed by an authorized John Deere dealer. Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death. Move the vehicle to an outside area servoce running the engine. Do not run an engine in gatoe enclosed area without adequate ventilation.

Use oil viscosity based on the expected air temperature range during the period between oil changes. Failure to check the oil level regularly could lead to serious engine problems if oil level is low:. Park the vehicle safely. Determine cause of this condition and correct. Change the oil more often if the vehicle is used in dere conditions:.

Mxnual and discard oil filter. Wipe off filter base on engine. Put a light coat of clean engine oil on gasket of new oil filter. Install new filter by turning it to the right clockwise until rubber gasket contacts filter base. Tighten filter an additional one-half turn.

Install drain plug 4×2 or close drain petcock and remove hose from drain hole in floor plate 6×4. Do not overfill crankcase with oil.

Oil capacities given are with engine and crankcase completely dry. Some oil will remain gqtor engine after draining.

DO NOT operate engine without air cleaner element and rubber dust unloading valve installed. Visually check dust unloading valve A. Replace with new valve if worn, damaged, or missing.

Compressed air can cause debris to fly a long distance. Dirt and manal can enter engine when air cleaner canister is opened. Do not open canister unless required for scheduled service. This will keep contamination of the intake system to a minimum.

Filter element must be checked more frequently if operating in dusty conditions. Release latches A and remove air cleaner canister cover B. Remove and discard filter element C. Replace with a new filter element. Install air cleaner canister cover with rubber dust unloading valve pointing downward. Check instruction molded into canister cover for proper installation.


Make sure air intake tube A is free from obstructions. Touching hot surfaces can burn skin. The engine and components will be hot if the engine has been running. Mannual the engine to cool before servicing. Remove spark plug s using appropriate spark plug socket. Install and tighten spark plug s.

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Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable:. Locate the fuel filter A at the front of the engine compartment. Check element of fuel filter for debris. Replace if dirt or sediment is visible on element. Place a drain pan or cloth under hoses to catch any fuel that may be left in hoses. Make sure fuel filter is installed with arrow pointing in direction of fuel flow toward engine. Carburetor is calibrated by the engine manufacturer and is not adjustable. If engine is operated at altitudes above m 6, ftsome carburetors may require a special high altitude main jet.

See your John Deere dealer. If engine is hard to start or runs rough, check the troubleshooting section of this manual. After performing the checks in the troubleshooting section and your engine is still not performing correctly, contact your John Deere dealer. Do not spray water on a hot engine or transaxle. Damage may occur to cast aluminum parts.

Allow engine to cool before servicing. Check and remove any obstructions to brake linkage attached to output shafts on both sides of transaxle. The vehicle requires large volumes of air to keep cool. Keep engine compartment clean. Be sure fan or flywheel screens remain installed and clean.

Clean front screen A with rag, brush, or compressed air. Side screen must be removed for cleaning to avoid contaminating or damaging the radiator. Install side screen after cleaning.

Check container label before using to be sure it has the appropriate specifications for your machine. Use coolant desre conditioner deere add conditioner to coolant before using. If using concentrate, mix approximately 50 percent antifreeze with 50 percent distilled or gwtor water before adding to cooling system.

This mixture will provide freeze protection to degrees C degrees F. Certain geographical areas may require lower temperature protection. See the label on your antifreeze container or consult your John Deere dealer to obtain the latest information and recommendations.


The radiator will be hot and can burn skin.

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Built-up pressure may cause explosive release of coolant when the radiator cap is removed:. Then remove the cap. Coolant cannot be drawn into cooling system if suction hose is installed wrong. Manuap not allow bottom of hose B to touch bottom of bottle or bend upwards out of coolant.

Follow all service procedures exactly. If not equipped to perform this work, see your John Deere dealer for service.

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Pull off the differential lock lever knob. Unscrew the transaxle shift lever knob. The radiator may be hot and can burn skin. Cooling system capacity is approximately 4. Slowly open radiator cap A to the first stop to release all pressure.

If radiator drain plug is seized, jhn radiator hose dervice be removed for draining purposes. Lift radiator slightly to access drain plug C. Remove radiator drain plug or disconnect lower radiator hose D. Allow coolant to drain into a container.

Loosen engine block drain screws E on right side of engine. After all coolant has drained, install radiator plug or connect radiator hose and tighten the engine block drain screws.

Check condition of all hoses. Check all hose clamps and tighten as needed. Fill radiator completely with flushing solution. Install and tighten radiator cap. Start and run engine until it reaches operating temperature. Engine and coolant will be hot. Use a thick rag or gloves to protect your skin. Turn radiator cap slowly to the stop to release system pressure.

Drain cooling system immediately into a container before rust and dirt settle:. After all solution has drained, install radiator drain plug or hose and tighten engine block drain screws. Push radiator back into place and secure with original hardware. Using incorrect coolant mixture can damage the radiator:. Follow the directions on the container for correct mixture ratio. Remove bleed screw and seal washer A located by carburetor. Add recommended coolant mixture to radiator until it runs out of radiator cap hole.

Bleed screw uses a special aluminum seal washer.