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Case 595SLE, 595LSP Loader Backhoe Factory Service & Shop Manual

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Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Case 595SLE, 595LSP Loader Backhoe. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.

This Case 595SLE, 595LSP Loader Backhoe service & repair manual (including maintenance, overhaul, disassembling & assembling, adjustment, tune-up, operation, inspecting, diagnostic & troubleshooting…) is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system with detailed illustrations. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. The printer-ready PDF documents work like a charm on all kinds of devices.

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7-22470GB - 595SLE, 595LSP Loader Backhoe Service Manual.pdf
7-26630GB - 595 SLE, 595 LSP Training Manual.pdf

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595SLE/595LSP LOADER BACKHOE SERVICE MANUAL
Table of contents
DIVISION/SECTION SECTION N° REFERENCE N°
1 GENERAL
Standard torque specifications and loctite product chart ......1001 7-79451GB
Fluids and lubricants .......1002 7-22480GB
2 ENGINE
Engine and radiator removal and installation......2000 7-21290GB
Specifications details ......2401 7-26610GB
3 FUEL SYSTEM
4 ELECTRICAL
Electrical schematic ........4001 7-26620GB
Battery...........4003 7-21330GB
Starter motor ..........4004 7-21340GB
Removal and installation of electrical components ......4005 7-21350GB
Alternator ......4007 7-23790GB
Steering, loader and backhoe calibration...4008 7-26530GB
5 STEERING
Removal and installation of steering components .......5000 7-23810GB
Steering specifications, pressure checks and troubleshooting ......5001 7-21900GB
Steering control valve .....5002 7-21390GB
Steering cylinder ....5003 7-21400GB
Front axle, four wheel drive machine/four wheel steer machine....5007 7-21890GB
6 POWER TRAIN
Removal and installation of power train components ...........6000 7-22540GB
Transmission specifications, pressure checks and troubleshooting .......6002 7-21430GB
Wheels and tyres ...6003 7-22550GB
Gear box .......6007 7-22560GB
Rear axle-four whell steer ........6008 7-21600GB
7 BRAKES
Removal and installation of brake components ...........7000 7-23840GB
Disassembly and assembly of brake components.......7003 7-23190GB
8 HYDRAULICS
Removal and installation of hydraulic components......8001 7-23210GB
Hydraulic specifications, troubleshooting and pressure checks.....8002 7-26630GB
Cleaning the hydraulic system..........8003 7-21520GB
Hydraulic pump and unloader valve...........8004 7-23250GB
Loader control valve........8005 7-23280GB
Cylinders .......8006 7-26120GB
Backhoe control valve.....8007 7-23290GB
Extending dipperstick control valve...8008 7-21560GB
Priority demand valve .....8010 7-21570GB
9 MOUNTED/EQUIPMENT
Pedals and levers ...........9001 7-23360GB
Loader...........9006 7-26140GB
Cab and Rops ........9007 7-26600GB
Backhoe ........9008 7-26710GB
Seat and seat belt ...........9009 7-23830GB
Removal and installation of components ...9011 7-23850GB
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THROTTLE ADJUSTMENT
Adjustment procedure
1. Park the machine on a level surface.
2. Switch off the engine.
3. Move the hand throttle lever to the max. rpm position.
4. Check that the throttle lever on the engine fuel pump is in contact with the top screw (9).
5. If the throttle lever is not in contact with the stop screw (9), adjust the length of the cable (5) using the locknuts (6) at the throttle bracket (7).
6. Set the throttle pedal (1) to the max. rpm position and hold it there.
7. Check that the gap between the throttle pedal (1) and the stop bolt (11) on the mounting bracket (10) is less than 0 to 0.5 mm.
8. If the gap between the throttle pedal (1) and the stop bolt (11) is greater than 0 to 0.5 mm adjust the length of the stop bolt (11) to bring the gap within limits.
9. Move the hand throttle lever (2) to the min. rpm position.
10. Start the engine.
11. Check that the engine rpm is between 550 and 750 rpm.
12. If the engine rpm is incorrect, adjust the stop screw on the engine fuel pump to bring the rpm within limits.
13. Make sure that the hand throttle lever (2) is in contact with the stop on the hand throttle assembly.
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