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CASE 9050B Excavator Service Manual
Park the machine on a level surface. Lower the attachment to the ground.
Turn the key switch to the OFF position to stop the engine.
Turn the key switch to the ON position. Make sure the left control console is down in the OPERATING position and the gate lock control lever is pushed down to the OPERATING position. Check that the CONTROLS LOCK symbol is not displayed on the systems display panel. If the CONTROLS LOCK symbol is displayed, push and release the CONTROLS OFF button on the left control panel.
Operate the swing and attachments control levers back and forth, left and right, ten times to release hydraulic system pressure.
Turn the key switch to the OFF position.
Open the left side access doors. Open the air tank drain valve to release air pressure.
At the top of the hydraulic reservoir, loosen the air relief plug to release air pressure in the hydraulic reservoir. When air pressure release starts, stop loosening the air relief plug. Air pressure can also be released by lifting the rubber cover from the breather, raising the rod in the breather and releasing the air pressure. When all air pressure is released, tighten the air relief plug and close the air tank drain valve.
WARNING: Before doing any maintenance on the hydraulic system, make sure that all hydraulic pressure has been released by operating the control levers several times and the hydraulic reservoir air pressure has been released. Failure to do so could cause serious injury.
WARNING: Pressurized hydraulic system; before you replace the hydraulic filters or service the hydraulic system, release the hydraulic reservoir air pressure. If you do not follow these instructions, you can be injured.
Install a DO NOT OPERATE tag on the ignition key and put the key in the key switch.
To prevent loss of hydraulic oil when disconnecting the hydraulic lines, connect a vacuum pump to the hydraulic reservoir. (See Section 8000.)
Remove the top front center access cover.
Place a four gallon (15 liter) container beneath the swing reduction gear oil drain plug. Remove the drain plug and drain oil from the swing reduction gear until the oil level is just below the crosshatch marks on the oil level dipstick. Install the oil drain plug.
To aid installation, install tags on all hydraulic hoses and fittings to be disconnected during removal.
Turn on the vacuum pump. (See Section 8000).
Turn on the vacuum pump. (See Section 8000).
Disconnect the return hydraulic hose and the two hydraulic hoses from the tee. Plug the hoses and cap the fittings.
Disconnect the two hydraulic hoses from the elbows installed in the reaction-less swing valve. Plug the hoses and cap the elbows.
Remove the eight socket head cap screws, lock washers, and the four flanges. Disconnect the two hydraulic hoses from the left side of the swing motor. Remove and discard the 0-rings.
Plug the swing motor ports and the hydraulic hoses.
Disconnect the swing brake release signal hydraulic hose from the elbow installed in the left side of the swing motor. Cap the elbow and plug the hose.
Turn off the vacuum pump.
Connect suitable lifting equipment to the swing motor.
To aid in assembly, put an alignment mark on the swing motor and swing reduction gear. Remove the twelve socket head cap screws securing the swing motor to the swing reduction gear.
Carefully raise the swing motor up and away from the swing reduction gear. Move the swing motor away from the machine and place on a clean work bench.
Place a cloth or other suitable protective covering over the swing reduction gear to prevent contamination of the gear lubricant.