Complete digital workshop service repair manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the Case 430, 440, 440CT Skid Steer/Compact Track Loader. Diagnostic and repair procedures are covered in great detail to repair, maintain, rebuild, refurbish or restore your Case 430, 440, 440CT like a professional mechanic in local service/repair workshop. This cost-effective quality manual is 100% complete and intact as should be without any missing pages. It is the same factory shop manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional to save your precious time.
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430, 440, 440CT.pdf; 697 pages
COMPACT TRACK LOADER
430/440/440CT (Mechanical and Pilot Control Machines-H and ISO Pattern)
Replaces 87364091 NA
Description Section Number Publication
General Tab 1
Section Index - General 6-79150
Fluids and Lubricants 1001 6-79031
Standard Torque Specifications 1002 7-52931
Metric Conversion Chart 1003 7-52950
Engines Tab 2
Section Index - Engines 6-79160
Engine and Radiator Removal and Installation 2000 6-79290
For Engine Repair - See Engine Service Manual 6-74500
Fuel Systems Tab 3
Section Index - Fuel Systems 6-79170
For Fuel System Repair - See the Engine Service Manual 6-74500
Electrical Tab 4
Section Index - Electrical 6-79181
Electrical System Specifications, Troubleshooting, and Schematics (Mechanical
and Pilot Control Machines) 4001 6-79371
Battery 4005 7-51310
Starter and Starter Solenoid 4006 7-53090
Tracks Tab 5
Section Index - Tracks 5-2630
Tracks 5001 5-2610
Drive Sprocket, Idler Wheels, and Rollers 5002 5-2620
Power Train Tab 6
Section Index - Power Train 6-79191
Hydrostatic System “How it Works” (ISO- Pattern and H-Pattern Pilot Control Machines) 6000 5-4930
Hydrostatic System Troubleshooting 6001 6-79331
Hydrostatic System Troubleshooting (Machines Equipped with Pilot Controls) 6001 5-4910
Removal and Installation of Hydrostatic Components (Mechanical and Pilot Control Machines) 6002 6-79322
Drive Coupling 6003 6-79230
Piston Pump 6004 6-49580
Piston Pump (Machines Equipped with Pilot Controls) 6004 5-4920
Drive Motors Single Speed 6005 6-79000
Drive Motors Two Speed 6005 6-79010
Sprocket, Chains, and Axle Assemblies 6007 6-79300
Wheels and Tires 6011 6-79310
Brakes Tab 7
Section Index - Brakes 6-79200
Removal and Installation of Park Brake Components 7002 6-79441
Hydraulics Tab 8
Section Index - Hydraulics 6-79212
Hydraulic System Troubleshooting and Schematics (Mechanical and Pilot Control Machines) 8001 6-79342
Cleaning the Hydraulic System and Hydrostatic System 8002 6-45290
Removal and Installation of Hydraulic Components 8003 6-79431
Gear Pump (Equipment and High Flow) 8004 6-79350
Loader Control Valve 8005 5-2640
Cylinders 8006 6-79360
Flat Faced Couplers 8007 7-54740
Accumulator for Ride Control 8013 6-45550
Mounted Equipment Tab 9
Section Index - Mounted Equipment 6-79220
Pedals and Levers 9001 6-79421
Loader 9002 6-79390
Attachment Coupler 9003 6-79400
ROPS Canopy, Seat, Seat Belts, and Operators Compartment 9004 6-79410
Heater 9006 6-79450
Air Conditioning Troubleshooting for Systems with R-134A Refrigerant 9011 6-79460
Air Conditioner System Gauges and Testing for Systems with R-134A
Refrigerant 9012 6-79470
Air Conditioner System Service for Systems with R-134A Refrigerant
Refrigerant Recovery, Compressor Removal and
System Evacuation and Recharging
Air Conditioner Component Service for Systems with R-134A Refrigerant 9014 6-79490
Schematic Set Hydraulic and Electrical Schematic Foldout In Rear Pocket 5-5350
TANDEM (HYDROSTATIC) PUMP
Remove the cap from the hydraulic reservoir.
Connect a vacuum pump to the hydraulic reservoir.
Start the vacuum pump.
Tag and disconnect all hoses from the tandem pump.
Install plugs in the hoses and caps on the fittings.
Remove the access plate for the gear pump. Tag and disconnect all hoses from the gear pump. Install plugs in the hoses and caps on the fittings.
Stop the vacuum pump.
Disconnect all the electrical connections from the tandem pump.
Remove the nuts, washers, and control linkages from the tandem pump.
Connect acceptable lifting equipment to the tandem pump.
Remove the bolts and washers from the tandem pump mounting flange.
Move the tandem pump away from the engine.
Remove the tandem pump from the machine.
If the pump drive coupler hub was removed from the tandem pump input shaft, install the pump drive coupler hub onto the tandem pump input shaft. See illustration on page 7
1. DIMENSION FROM PUMP FLANGE TO OUTER HUB FACE (56.5 MM)
The outer face of the pump drive coupler hub should extend 56.5 MM (2.23 inches) from the pump mounting flange as shown in the illustration above.
Tighten the pump drive coupler hub set screws to a torque of 50 to 54 Nm (37 to 40 pound - feet).
Connect acceptable lifting equipment to the tandem pump. Use the lifting equipment and move the tandem pump into the mounting location.
Move the tandem pump towards the engine. Engage the splines of the pump drive coupler hub with the splines in the pump drive flange.
Apply Loctite No. 243 to the threads of all the bolts except for the 2 bottom support mounting bolts.