Complete repair technical manual with electrical wiring diagrams for John Deere 210C, 310C, 315C Backhoe Loader. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.
This John Deere 210C, 310C, 315C Backhoe Loader Repair Technical Manual (TM1420) 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.
TM1420 - John Deere 210C, 310C, 315C Backhoe Loader Technical Manual - Repair.pdf
Hydraulic System/MFWD Steering Cylinder-APL 1552 Axle
ASSEMBLE STEERING CYLINDER - APL 1552 AXLE
1. Use a cylinder repair kit when assembling a rebuildable cylinder.
2. Clean and dry all parts. Apply clean hydraulic oil on all internal parts.
3. Inspect the piston lands. If necessary, clean with emery cloth the lands of any nicks or burrs that can cut piston seal.
NOTE: The piston seal can be made more pliable by warming it with your hands or by putting seal in hot water for approximately five minutes.
4. Once started, install piston seal (B) as quickly as possible to keep the amount of time that seal is stretched to a minimum.
If necessary, install a plastic tie band around seal with the smooth side against seal. Pull seal across land into position using the plastic tie band.
5. Install wear ring (A).
6. Check if piston seal is loose. If seal can be tumed,it has been stretched too much and can be damaged during assembly into barrel.
7. If necessary, shrink piston seal to its original size using a ring compressor or a plastic tie band (A) and hose clamp (C).
When using a ring compressor, put a piece of shim stock between seal and compressor at the joint so it does not damage seal.
When using a plastic tie band and hose clamp, grind a taper (B) on one end of tie band. Install tie band with the taper against piston seal. Before tightening the hose clamp, check to be sure tie band is under hose clamp all around piston.
Seal will also shrink to its original size if left for a minimum of 8 hours before installing assembly into barrel.