Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Komatsu Wheel Loader WA65-3, WA65-5, WA65-6, WA70-1, WA70-5, WA70-6, WA75-3, WA80-5, WA80-6, WA85-3, WA90-3, WA90-5, WA90-6, WA95-3, WA100-1, WA100M-5, WA100M-6. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.
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00 SAFETY ........................................00-1
01 GENERAL ......................................01-1
20 TESTINGANDADJUSTING ........................20-1
30 DISASSEMBLYANDASSEMBLY ...................30-1
Installation of variable motor assembly
• To fit the variable motor carry out the removal procedure in reverse order.
Grease the toothing before remounting the variable motor.
• When reconnecting the lines make sure that the markings coincide.
• Check the hydraulic oil level and top up with oil if necessary. Once finished you should vent the hydraulic oil tank. See Operation Manual: HYDRAULICS, CHANGING OIL, VENT- ING HYDRAULIC OIL TANK.
• Vent the hydrostatic travel gear and check the function:
Variable displacement pump and induction lines are filled with oil.
• Open the filler pipe at the hydraulic tank.
• Start the engine and dump the bucket.
• Raise the lifting arm to its full extension upwards and tilt the bucket fully.
• Let the engine continue to run and close the filler pipe on the hydraulic tank.
• Lower the lifting arm to the ground and switch then engine off.
• Check the oil level and top up with oil, if necessary.
• Finally conduct a check of the seals and the various functions.
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION Air conditioner (option)
Checking the compressor oil level
Check, top up or change if:
• Compressor, vaporizer, condenser or drier have to be changed.
• Coolant leaks from coolant circuit.
• Problems occur with the oil in the coolant circuit.
• The connectors from compressor or dryer was opened.
Compressor oil change
1. Remove compressor from the vehicle.
2. Drain the oil into a measuring beaker. After the oil has flown out through the line, drain off any residual oil at the drain outlet by turning several times by hand.
3. After the oil has flown out through the line, drain off any residual oil at the drain outlet by turning several times by hand.
4. Screw in drain plug with new washer and tighten. MA = 13 - 15 Nm
5. Fill up with new compressor oil to same amount as measured quantity of drained oil.
Exchange of magnetic clutch
If the magnetic clutch is faulty:
• Remove compressor
• Remove old clutch from compressor
• Connect new clutch to compressor
• Install compressor
• Switch on air conditioning system
• Operate compressor in neutral
• Switch air conditioning on for 10 seconds and off for 10 seconds at least 10 times, check function of new clutch while doing so.
Exchange of compressor
• Drain off coolant and dispose it in accordance with regulations.
• Remount the hoses (1) and close them with cabs.
• Loosen the screws (2) on the compressor.
• Remove the protecting cover and belt.
• Remount the compressor.
Installing of a new compressor
NOTE: The new compressor is filled with 180 cm³ PAG oil and nitrogen
1. Loosen the discharge side connector's cab, release the nitrogen gas (N2) from the compressor gently, close the connectors immediately.