Tier III Level Emissions Engine Retrofit for a 980C, 980F, and a 980F Series II Wheel Loader {1000, 1000, 7000} Caterpillar


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Tier III Level Emissions Engine Retrofit for a 980C, 980F, and a 980F Series II Wheel Loader {1000, 1000, 7000} [REHS2512]
ENGINE ARRANGEMENT
Tier III Level Emissions Engine Retrofit for a 980C, 980F, and a 980F Series II Wheel Loader {1000, 1000, 7000}
1.1. Introduction
2.1. Safety
3.1. Welding on Electronically Controlled Engines
4.1. Original Machine Cycle Times
5.1. Original Machine Stall Speeds
6.1. Original Machine Power Shift Transmission-Test & Adjust
7.1. Original Machine Transmission Oil Temperature
8.1. Parts Needed
9.1. Procedure to Install the C13 Repower Engine in the Machine
10.2. Preparation of the Machine
11.2. Removal of the Engine
12.2. 980C/F/FII Tier III Repower Engine ECM Connector J1
13.2. Preparation of the Engine
14.2. Hydraulic Tank Modifications with Supplemental Steering
15.2. Hydraulic Tank Modifications without Supplemental Steering
16.2. Relocation of the Pumps
17.2. Installation of the Engine
18.2. Installation of the Cooling System
19.2. Installation of the Hydraulic Fan System
20.2. Cab Modifications
21.2. Hood Modifications
22.2. Hydraulic Fan Speed - Machine Preparation
23.2. Hydraulic Fan Speed - Testing and Adjusting
24.2. Margin Pressure - Testing and Adjusting
25.2. High Pressure Cutoff - Testing and Adjusting
26.2. Repower Machine Power Shift Transmission - Test and Adjust
27.2. Repower Machine Transmission Oil Temperature
28.2. Repower Machine Cycle Times
29.2. Repower Machine Stall Speed (If Applicable)
30.2. Location of Suction and Return Ports
31.2. Repower Hydraulic Fan Components
32.2. Repower Hydraulic Fan Schematic
Wheel Loader
980C (S/N: 63X1-UP)
980F (S/N: 8CJ1-UP)
980F Series II (S/N: 8JN1-UP)

Introduction

This Special Instruction provides the procedure in order to repower a 980C, 980F, and a 980F Series II Wheel Loader. The replacement engine will be a Tier III level C13 ACERT engine. See table 1 for the engine arrangement numbers. The 980C, 980F, and a 980F Series II Wheel Loader are originally equipped with a 3406 and a 3406C engine. The original 3406 and 3406C engines are not regulated for emissions. This Special Instruction will provide the information in order to install the Tier III level replacement engine.

Table 1
Engine Arrangement 
Original Engine  New Engine 
2W-1004  314-9531(1)
N/A(2)
N/A(3) 
4P-7980 
(1) New Repower Engine
(2) Reman
(3) New Replacement Engine Exchange-NREE

This Special Instruction does not include procedures that can be found in your existing manuals. Refer to the original Service Manual, Parts Manual, and Operation and Maintenance Manual for more information.

When you have completed this procedure, prepare the machine for service. Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual.

Note: Do not perform any procedure in this Special Instruction until the information has been read and understood.

Reference: Service Manual, Parts Manual, Operation and Maintenance Manual.

Note: This instruction contains some procedures that come from dealer feedback. The Emission replacement engine is not a direct replacement. Additional parts and labor hours may be needed in order to complete replacement of the engine. Variations in breaks of the machine serial numbers or various options could cause discrepancies. The discrepancies may include the modifications, required parts that are needed, or the labor hours that are reported to complete this procedure. This documentation is a guideline for AVSpare Dealer personnel in order to complete the repower procedure. If errors are found, submit feedback in SIS Web or contact the Emissions Solutions Group. Note the following information with the feedback:

  • Machine Serial Number

  • Original Engine Arrangement Number

  • Original Engine Serial Number

  • Emissions Engine Arrangement Number

  • Details of the Error

  • Photos of the Error and the Photos after the Proposed Solution

Safety

------ WARNING! ------

Personal injury or death can result from sudden machine movement.

Sudden movement of the machine can cause injury to persons on or near the machine.

To prevent injury or death, make sure that the area around the machine is clear of personnel and obstructions before operating the machine.


------ WARNING! ------

Do not attempt to assemble this machine until you read and you understand the assembly instructions.

Improper assembly procedures could result in injury or death.


------ WARNING! ------

Personal injury or death can result from improper lifting or blocking.

When a hoist or jack is used to lift any part or component, stand clear of the area. Be sure the hoist or jack has the correct capacity to lift a component. Install blocks or stands before performance of any work under a heavy component.

Approximate weights of the components are shown. Clean all surfaces where parts are to be installed.



NOTICE

Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting, and repair of the product. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling any component containing fluids.

Refer to Special Publication, NENG2500, "Dealer Service Tool Catalog" for tools and supplies suitable to collect and contain fluids on Cat® products.

Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations and mandates.


Welding on Electronically Controlled Engines

Proper welding procedures are necessary in order to avoid damage to electronic controls. Perform welding on the engine according to the following procedure.

  1. Set the engine control to the "STOP" mode.

  2. Turn OFF the fuel supply to the engine.

  3. Disconnect the negative terminal from the battery.

  4. Disconnect the electronic components for the engine from the wiring harnesses: ECM, throttle actuator, actuator for the turbocharger compressor bypass, fuel metering valve, and sensors.

  5. Protect the wiring harnesses from welding debris and/or from welding spatter.


    NOTICE

    Do NOT use electrical components (ECM or sensors) or electronic component grounding points for grounding the welder.


  6. Connect the welder ground cable directly to the engine component that will be welded. Place the clamp as close as possible to the weld. Proper grounding will reduce the possibility of welding current damage. Damage may occur to the engine bearings, to the electrical components, and to other engine components if not properly grounded.

  7. Use standard welding procedures to weld the materials together.

Original Machine Cycle Times

  1. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to record cycle times.

  2. Record the cycle times for the original machine.

Original Machine Stall Speeds

Refer to SIS for Techniques for Loading Engines, SEHS7050-00.


NOTICE

Do not leave the converter in a stall condition for a prolonged period. Only allow stall condition what is necessary to record engine speed and boost pressure. Observe the temperatures of the torque converter oil and cooling system. Do not allow the torque converter or the cooling system to overheat.


  1. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to record stall speed.

  2. Record the stall speed for the original machine.

Original Machine Power Shift Transmission-Test & Adjust

  1. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to record transmission pressures.

  2. Record the transmission pressures for the original machine.

Original Machine Transmission Oil Temperature

  1. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to record transmission oil temperature.

  2. Record the transmission oil temperature for the original machine.

Parts Needed

Reference: Refer to Parts Manual, SEBP5518, "C13 Engine Emissions Retrofit Repower Tier III for 980C, & 980F Wheel Loader"

Note: The required parts are subject to some change. Refer to TMI for the most recent required parts list.

Note: If part fabrication is necessary, ensure that all fabricated parts are deburred. Use caution when deburring parts. Avoid excessive grinding and notches.

Note: A breakdown of the kit provides a parts list for the repower. The kit part number is not serviceable. Order the engine arrangement plus the list of parts provided in the kit.

Table 2
Qty  Part Number  Part Name  Description 
Engine Options 
314-9531  Engine Ar  New repower engine 
Required Parts 
454-8420  Kit-Conversion (Repower)  This kit is non-serviceable and provides a breakdown of the serviceable parts required for the repower, excluding the engine and optional groups. For line drawings and group structure refer to 314-9532 Machine Conversion Ar 
Optional Parts 
314-9541  Conditioner Ar - Air  For use with machines including air conditioning 
344-9060  Electrical Ar  Includes components for cat messenger display and ether aid 
344-9061  Cooler Ar - High Ambient  For use with machines that are upgraded to the high ambient cooler. 
344-9062  Waste Handler Ar  For use with machines that have the waste handler arrangement.
Note: Some optional waste handler group parts are replacements for the components that are called out in the standard conversion group. 

Procedure to Install the C13 Repower Engine in the Machine

Preparation of the Machine

  1. Wash the machine.

  2. Remove the hood and the guards.

  3. Reclaim the used engine coolant.

  4. Disconnect all water lines.

  5. Remove the cooling system.

  6. Drain the engine oil.

  7. Remove the oil and fuel filters.

  8. Disconnect the remaining lines and electrical wires that are connected to the engine.

Removal of the Engine



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Note: Before removing the engine, measure the angle of the engine using a flat surface on the valve cover. Also, measure the height from the centerline of the crankshaft to the top of the main frame. Record all measurements.

Note: When measuring the engine angle, inspect the transmission mounts. The engine angle will be affected if the mounts are worn or damaged. Replace as necessary.

  1. Remove the original engine. Refer to the Service Manual for the particular machine in order to remove the engine.

980C/F/FII Tier III Repower Engine ECM Connector J1

Note: Refer to the electrical schematic at the end of this document.

Preparation of the Engine

Note: Some of the following steps use parts from the original engine. Inspect all components that are used from the original engine. Repair or replace any damaged components.



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  1. Remove the cover from the engine.


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  2. Install the 353-7136 Air Compressor Gp. The 353-7136 Air Compressor Gp is found in the 315-5896 Compressor Gp-Air.


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  3. Install one 348-4829 Air Cleaner Support Bracket, four 5P-8245 Hard Washers, and four 6V-3823 Bolts.

    Note: Do not install the top right 6V-3823 Bolt and the 5P-8245 Hard Washer until you complete the next step.



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  4. Install the air compressor lines that are part of the 315-5898 Air Compressor Lines Gp. Refer to Illustrations 5 through 7.


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    Note: Interference with fumes disposal tube will occur during the installation of the air compressor lines. Refer to Illustration 6.



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  5. Install one 1B-8471 Clip, one 5P-8245 Hard Washer, and one 6A-5591 Bolt on the new engine.


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  6. Install the air compressor lines from the 243-1792 Air Compressor Lines Gp.

    Note: Reroute or replace the disposal hose.



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  7. Install the 224-4501 Air Compressor Governor Gp onto the air compressor.

    Note: Reroute or replace the disposal hose on the new engine.



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    Note: Cut the 253-1540 Bracket As at the first bend to allow clearance for the starting motor.

  8. Install one 253-1540 Bracket As, two 8T-4121 Hard Washers, two 8T-4136 Bolts, one 8T-4224 Hard Washer, and one 8T-4189 Bolt on the engine block below the Electronic Control Module (ECM).


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  9. Install the 260-1939 Accessory Drive Gp onto the new engine.


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  10. If your machine is equipped with air conditioning, then install the 245-4387 Refrigerant Compressor Gp-Air and the 237-4907 Air Conditioner Wiring Gp.


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  11. Install the oil pan drain and the 235-1076 Fuel Drain Lines Gp.


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  12. Install the 237-9750 Muffler Gp onto the new engine.

  13. Install one 243-1677 Tube As, one 241-9265 Muffler Clamp and one 9N-1941 V-Band Clamp from the 235-1078 Air Lines Gp.


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  14. Install the 114-8147 Air Cleaner Gp.

    Note: The pre-cleaner orientation should be towards the front of the machine. Refer to Illustration 17 for orientation of the pre-cleaner.



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  15. Install one 9L-3628 Reducer Hose, one 5S-3919 Hose, one 348-4828 Tube As, and four 8T-4987 Hose Clamps onto the engine.


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  16. Install one 3J-1907 O-Ring Seal, one 274-6717 Pressure Sensor Gp, and one 249-5293 Sensor Harness As.


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  17. Install one 5M-6214 Pipe Plug into the air cleaner.


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  18. Install one 6V-6609 O-Ring Seal and one 329-5704 Coolant Temperature Sender As.

    Note: Step 18 is only required on C models that are equipped with a coolant temperature gauge in the cab.



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  19. Install one 6V-6609 O-Ring Seal and one 3E-6451 Coolant Temperature Switch Gp.

    Note: Step 19 is only required on C models.



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  20. Install one 6V-6609 O-Ring Seal, one 5P-6944 Adapter, one 3J-1907 O-Ring Seal, and the existing 3E-5370 Temperature Sensor Gp.

    Note: Step 20 is only required on the F and F Series II models.



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  21. Install one 214-7568 O-Ring Seal and one 3E-7692 Pressure Switch.


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    Note: Steps 22 through Step 24 are only required on the C models.

  22. Disconnect the fuel line.


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  23. Remove the elbow from the secondary fuel filter base.


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  24. Install one 170-0966 Tee As, one 3J-1907 O-Ring Seal, and one 166-7721 Pressure Switch.


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  25. Install the starter from the 307-4584 Electric Starting Motor Gp.

  26. Route and install the 362-4869 Engine Harness As.

    Note: This harness applies to 980C S/N:63X06575-UP, all of the 980F and 980F II machines.

    Note: The full repower electrical schematic is at the end of this document. Additional instructions listed by some connectors.

Hydraulic Tank Modifications with Supplemental Steering

Note: If the machine is not equipped with supplemental steering, skip this section.


NOTICE

This section of the instruction is for adding additional ports on the hydraulic tank for the fan system. Proceed with the following steps if the machine has supplemental steering.


Note: Many of the following steps use parts from the original machine. Inspect all components that are used from the original machine. Repair or replace any damaged components.

  1. Remove and disassemble the hydraulic tank. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to remove and disassemble the tank.


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  2. Weld one 283-0024 Boss and one 8X-8031 Tube together. Refer to Illustration 29.

  3. On the inside half of the hydraulic tank, machine three holes. One hole is for a new temperature sensor required for the demand fan. The other two are for the supply and return lines for the demand fan. Refer to Illustration 30.


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    Note: The supplemental steering supply tube may interfere with the new fan supply line. Replace the supplemental steering hose with 122-6908 Hydraulic Hose.

  4. Weld the new tube assembly from Step 2, one 9T-7507 Weld Boss, and one 4T-6009 Baffle Tube to the tank cover. The new tube assembly will need to be cut down to the same height as the implement suction tube.

  5. Assemble and install the hydraulic tank. Refer to the Service Manual in order to assemble the hydraulic tank.

Hydraulic Tank Modifications without Supplemental Steering


NOTICE

This section of the instruction is for adding additional ports on the hydraulic tank for the fan system. Proceed with the following steps if the machine does not have supplemental steering.


Note: Many of the following steps use parts from the original machine. Inspect all components that are used from the original machine. Repair or replace any damaged components.

  1. Remove and disassemble the hydraulic tank. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to remove and disassemble the tank.


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  2. On the inside half of the hydraulic tank, machine two holes. One hole is for the new temperature sensor which is required for the demand fan. The other hole is for the return line of the demand fan. The supplemental steering port which is highlighted will be used for the fan suction.


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  3. Weld one 9T-7507 Weld Boss and one 4T-6009 Baffle Tube to the tank cover.

  4. Assemble and install the hydraulic tank. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to assemble the tank.

Relocation of the Pumps

Note: Some of the following steps use parts from the original machine. Inspect all components that are used from the original machine. Repair or replace any damaged components.



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  1. The implement pump will need to be replaced if the machine has the 9J-5764 Gear Pump Gp. The bolt pattern shown above on this pump is not compatible with the new hydraulic fan pump. The replacement pump is 6E-3524 Gear Pump Gp.


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  2. Remove the lines from the transmission. steering, and the pilot pumps.

  3. Remove the transmission, steering, and the pilot pumps.


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  4. Install one 330-2012 Transmission Pump, one 5F-3106 O-Ring Seal, two 8T-4122 Hard Washer, and two 8T-9393 Bolt.


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  5. Install the new transmission suction pump hose. Create a hose assembly with one 5S-3836 Collet Stem, one 1P-1708 Collet Stem, and one 165-0024 Hose. Install the hose assembly with one 4J-0527 O-Ring Seal, one 4J-0524 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4582 Half Flange, two 1P-4579 Half Flange, eight 8T-4223 Hard Washer, four 5P-2566 Bolt, and four 8T-4183 Bolt.


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  6. Install the new transmission pump hose. Create a hose assembly with one 124-2166 Permanent Coupling, one 201-0967 Permanent Coupling, one 122-6883 Hydraulic Hose. Install the hose assembly with one 8M-4986 O-Ring Seal, one 250-6026 Flange, one 4J-0522 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4578 Half Flange, four 8T-5360 Washer, and four 8T-5005 Bolt.


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  7. Install the new transmission pump hose. Create a hose assembly with one 124-2144 Permanent Coupling, one 124-2130 Coupling, and one 122-6879 Hydraulic Hose. Install the hose assembly with one 6V-8397 O-Ring Seal, one 187-2137 Elbow, one 3J-1907 O-Ring Seal, and one 148-8336 Connector As.


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  8. Install the original steering and pilot pump on the back of the new transmission pump with one 7J-6285 O-Ring Seal, two 8T-4122 Hard Washer, and two 8T-9393 Bolt.


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  9. Install the original steering pump hardware and one 1P-3705 Rectangular Seal. Install the original pilot pump hardware with one 3K-0360 O-Ring Seal, and one 6V-8397 O-Ring Seal.


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  10. Remove the elbow from the valve group.


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  11. Install the new pilot pump hose. Install one 148-8378 Elbow As in the valve group. Create a hose assembly with one 124-2130 Coupling, one 124-2144 Permanent Coupling, and a 122-6898 Hydraulic Hose.


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  12. Install the new pilot hose. Install one 148-8367 Elbow As, and one 1S-0996 Clip. Create a hose assembly with one 124-2144 Permanent Coupling, one 124-2114 Coupling, and a 122-6898 Hydraulic Hose.


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  13. Install the new steering pressure hose. Create a hose assembly with one 5S-3811 Collet Stem, one 3S-8571 Stem, and a 5P-0182 Hose. Install the hose assembly using two 4J-0522 O-Ring Seal, four 1P-4578 Half Flange, eight 8T-5360 Washer, and eight 8T-9382 Bolt.


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  14. Install the new steering suction tube using one 315-5904 Tube As, one 5H-8848 O-Ring Seal, four 8T-4223 Hard Washer, four 5P-2566 Bolt, one 3K-7119 Hose, and two 144-0367 Hose Clamp.


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  15. Reroute the original hydraulic cooler supply line directly back to the tank. The new hydraulic fan circuit will cool the entire system. Refer to Illustration 50 for schematic view of the original hydraulic cooler location and line.

Installation of the Engine

Note: Many of the following steps will use the parts from the original machine. Inspect all the components that are used from the original machine. Repair or replace any damaged components.



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  1. Remove the front supports for the original engine. Reuse the removed supports if possible.


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  2. Use two 6Y-9960 Mount As, two 9W-7385 Sleeves, two 3E-4888 Washers, two 8T-4167 Hard Washers, and two 8T-4649 Bolts in order to fasten the 315-5908 Bar As to the front engine support.

  3. Tighten the 8T-4649 Bolts to 900 ± 100 N·m (660 ± 75 lb ft).


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  4. Position the engine onto the frame.


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  5. Use one 9H-0846 O-Ring Seal, Qty 17 5P-8244 Hard Washers, and Qty 17 0T-0320 Bolts in order to fasten the engine to the transmission.

  6. Tighten the 0T-0320 Bolts to 70 ± 15 N·m (50 ± 11 lb ft).

  7. Preload the engine front mount assemblies by locating the hydraulic jacks under the new cross member. Adjust the jacks until the crankshaft centerline and the angle matches the measurement taken from the original engine.

  8. Reuse the original mounting pads that were previously removed.


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  9. If the mounting pads need to be fabricated, then use the dimensions that are shown above.

    Note: Do not drill and tap the 5/8-11 threads until after the mounting pads are welded onto the frame.



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  10. Use four 3E-9411 Hard Washers, and four 7X-0349 Bolts in order to fasten the front engine support to the frame.

  11. Tighten the 7X-0349 Bolts to 215 ± 40 N·m (160 ± 30 lb ft).


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  12. If your machine is equipped with an ether starting aid, then install the 236-8956 Ether Starting Aid Gp.

  13. Connect the original fuel lines.

    Note: If a new hose is required, use 122-6870 Hydraulic Hose for the supply and 122-6869 Hydraulic Hose for the return lines.

    Note: If additional clipping is required, use 6D-4244 P-Clip for supply and 8M-2773 P-Clip for return lines.



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  14. Use one 1P-3705 Rectangular Seal and four 7X-0325 Bolts in order to install the original transmission cooler tube assembly.


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    (A) Attach to the transmission oil temperature sender
    (B) Engine oil pressure switch
    (C) Engine oil pressure switch service meter

  15. Install the original power train oil temperature sender, and the original switch for C model machines only. Install the original sensor if the machine is an F model or an F model Series II only.


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  16. Use one 1P-5762 Half Flange, two 1P-5762 Half Flange, four 8T-4223 Hard Washers and four 8T-8919 Bolts in order to install one 315-5903 Tube As on to the engine.


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  17. Use one 8M-5299 Hose and two 8T-6703 Hose Clamps in order to connect the two tube assemblies.


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  18. Use one 5S-3779 Stem, one 3S-8573 Stem, and 5P-0182 Hose in order to fabricate a hose assembly.

  19. Use one 4J-0524 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4579 Half Flange, four 8T-4223 Hard Washers, four 8T-8919 Bolts, one 4J-0522 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4578 Half Flange, four 8T-5360 Washers, and four 8T-8916 Bolts in order to install the newly fabricated hose assembly.

  20. Clip the hose as needed.


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  21. Use one 124-2055 Permanent Coupling, one 124-2103 Permanent Coupling, and 122-6883 Hydraulic Hose in order to fabricate a hose assembly.

  22. Use one 4J-0522 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4578 Half Flange, four 8T-5360 Washers, four 8T-8916 Bolts, one 4J-0520 O-Ring Seal, two 1P-4577 Half Flange, four 8T-4121 Hard Washer, and four 8T-4196 Bolts in order to install the fabricated hose assembly onto the engine.

  23. Clip the hose to the engine as needed.

Installation of the Cooling System

  1. Assemble the 236-8990 Radiator and Fan Gp.

    Note: Ensure correct check valve assembly in the fan motor.



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  2. Clean a small area on the surface of one fan blade. Place a piece of reflective tape on the fan blade. Make sure that the reflective tape is visible so the tape can be seen with a photo pickup. Installing the tape will save time when performing the Testing and Adjusting procedure for the hydraulic fan.

    Note: If your machine requires high ambient capabilities, then replace the standard radiator core with one 256-6627 Radiator Core As. The 256-6627 Radiator Core As resides in 344-9061 Hi Ambient Cooler Ar.

    Note: If your machine requires waste handling capabilities, refer to Customer Service Information, REHS4506 in SIS Web. Refer to 344-9062 Waste Handler Ar



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  3. Use eight 8T-4122 Hard Washers and eight 8T-9393 Bolts in order to install two 315-5907 Brackets onto the frame

    Note: Use the rear set of holes on each side.



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  4. Install the cooling system onto the 315-5907 Brackets using eight 9X-8257 Washer, eight 7X-2553 Bolt.

    Note: Use the front set of holes on each side.



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  5. If your machine has air conditioning, then install the 241-4812 Refrigerant Condenser and Mounting Gp.

    Note: If your machine requires high ambient capabilities, then replace the standard condenser core with one 244-8840 Condenser Core As.



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    Note: For C model machines, route this hose to the back of the regulator housing.

  6. Install the 236-8988 Water Lines Gp.


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  7. Install the 236-8979 Air Aftercooler Lines Gp.


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    Clearance hole to enlarge is the top hole as shown in the front view on the left.

  8. Enlarge the existing hole on the 314-7965 Bracket to 14 mm (0.55 inch).

  9. Install one 314-7965 Bracket, one 8T-4121 Hard Washer, and one 8T-4136 Bolt on the fuel filter bracket.


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  10. Install one 6V-6783 Clip, one 6V-6782 Clip, two 8T-4223 Hard Washers, one 8T-4183 Bolt, and one 8T-4244 Nut on the bracket in order to support the upper air to air aftercooler tube.


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  11. If your machine has air conditioning, then reroute and connect the original air conditioning lines. Replace the original air dryer with one 257-3227 Receiver As Refer to the 243-7100 Air Conditioner Lines Gp.

  12. If your machine has air conditioning, then install the 237-4907 Air Conditioner Wiring Gp for the air conditioning compressor.

Installation of the Hydraulic Fan System



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  1. Install two 2L-6726 Retaining Rings inside of the 348-4827 Coupling.


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  2. Install the coupling assembly onto the implement pump.


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  3. Install one 1H-6227 O-Ring Seal one 337-1008 Pump, two 5P-8245 Hard Washers, and two 7B-3235 Bolts onto the back of the implement pump.


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  4. Install one 6V-6560 O-Ring Seal, one 8C-6864 Adapter, one 150-3065 Adapter As three 164-5567 Quick Disconnect Coupler As. Install three 6V-0852 Dust Caps, one 150-4047 Adapter As one 148-8443 Tee one 164-6874 Elbow Fitting and one 337-8769 Tee Assembly. Step 4 is performed in order to set the margin pressure and the cutoff pressure.


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  5. Install one 3J-1907 O-Ring Seal, one 164-3651 Adapter, one 7J-0204 O-Ring Seal, and one 145-7028 Temperature Sensor Gp on to the hydraulic tank.


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  6. Install one 244-1426 Check Valve Gp, one 148-8449 Swivel Tee, two 148-8392 Elbow As, one 148-8327 Connector As, one 244-8832 Tube As.


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    Illustration 83g02140721

  7. Fabricate a bracket to secure the hydraulic tank filter base.

    Note: The pressure switch that comes in the hydraulic filter base, 330-9358 Oil Filter Gp, will not be used. Either remove the switch and replace the switch with an o-ring seal and plug or leave the switch alone. Refer to Illustration 83 for location of switch.



    Illustration 84g02140854
    (A) Front Engine Support
    (B) 191-8735 Demand Fan Valve Gp
    (C) Right side frame rail

  8. Route the hydraulic fan lines using the schematic and parts list. Refer to "Location of Suction and Return Ports" at the end of this publication. Clip the lines as necessary. Reference the 980H Schematic, "980H Wheel Loader Hydraulic System" and 232-4929 Oil Cooler Lines Gp for the control valve routing and the 972H Schematic, "972H Wheel Loader Hydraulic System" and 236-8983 Hydraulic Oil Cooler Lines Gp for routing the rest of the fan system.

    Note: Install the case drain in a serviceable location.

Cab Modifications

  1. Route and install the 362-4870 Cab Harness As.

    Note: The 362-4870 Cab Harness As applies to 980C S/N:63X06575-UP and all 980F and 980F II machines.

    Note: The full repower electrical schematic is located at the end of this document. Additional instructions listed by some connectors.



    Illustration 85g02140917

  2. Remove the original throttle pedal.


    Illustration 86g02140944

  3. Install one 207-1759 Governor Pedal Gp.


    Illustration 87g03166709
    Service tool connector and recommended panel cut out dimensions.
    (A) Ø 38.28 ± 0.12 mm (1.51 ± 0.005 inch)
    (B) 36.63 + 0.25 mm (1.44 + 0.01 inch) to 36.63 - 0.00 mm (1.44 - 0.00 inch)
    (C) 1.57 mm (0.1 inch) to 4.77 mm (0.2 inch)

  4. Create a clearance hole for the service tool connector.


    Illustration 88g03166717
    (D) 17.5 ± 0.13 mm (0.70 ± 0.005inch)
    (E) 16.9 ± 0.13 mm (0.67 ± 0.005 inch)

  5. Create clearance hole for the check engine lamp. Install one 332-3972 Indicator Lamp.


    Illustration 89g02149219
    (G) 21.1 ± 0.13 mm (0.83 ± 0.01 inch)
    (H) 36.8 ± 0.13 mm (1.5 ± 0.01 inch)

  6. If your machine has a reversing fan, install 236-4623 Rocker Switch.

    Note: Remove the original key switch wires and connect to repower cab harness connector C-C8.

  7. Replace the existing key switch with 110-7887 Start Switch Gp


    Illustration 90g02149335
    (J) 112.75 ± 0.5 mm (4.44 ± 0.02 inch)
    (K) 54 ± 0.5 mm (2.13 ± 0.02 inch)

  8. If, equipping the machine with Cat messenger, install 243-3820 Display Module Gp and 227-4283 Mounting Bracket Gp. If you want to install messenger in an existing panel, use the following dimensions.

Hood Modifications



    Illustration 91g02149352

  1. Remove all tabs, bosses, and feet from the inside of the radiator guard.


    Illustration 92g02149561


    Illustration 93g02149578


    Illustration 94g02149579

  2. The bottom edges of the radiator guard and doors will need to be modified because the cooling system feet and supports are too wide. One option is to bend the guard out so the guard can slide over the feet. The second option is to cut off the bottom and weld on extensions. The cooling system supports have three "M20" weld nuts to secure the guard too.


    Illustration 95g02149591


    Illustration 96g02149596

  3. Widening the radiator guard will cause additional modification on the battery box doors. Modify each door to retain access to the batteries.


    Illustration 97g02149607

  4. The radiator package has an access door on each side for accessing the fan blades. Create an access door on both sides of the radiator guard for accessing these doors.


    Illustration 98g02149640

  5. Drill clearance hole in the radiator guard at an accessible level from the ground for the ground level shutdown switch. Install 158-6634 Toggle Switch Gp, 3E-5169 Switch Guard, and 109-0361 Film.


    Illustration 99g02149641


    Illustration 100g02149647

  6. Clearance cuts will be needed around the water tank.


    Illustration 101g02149650

  7. Create clearance holes in the hood for the exhaust pipe coming out of the muffler group exhaust and for the filler on the water tank.


    Illustration 102g02149661


    Illustration 103g02149671

  8. The hood cross member may interfere with the muffler. Also, a clearance hole will be required for the exhaust stack.


    Illustration 104g02149673


    Illustration 105g02149674

  9. The left and right side access doors will need to be spaced outward to create clearance with the turbo oil lines and fuel filters. The doors should be flush with the side railings. These railings may need clearance cuts also.


    Illustration 106g02149684

  10. The existing doors may need clearances cut or to be spaced outward.


    Illustration 107g02149692

  11. Install the 195-3068 Ejector exhaust stack.


    Illustration 108g02149697

  12. Install 5P-0597 Hose Clamp and 5P-1471 Hose from the air cleaner to the exhaust stack.


    Illustration 109g02149700

  13. The original holes in the hood and guard will need to be filled.


Illustration 110g02149708

Hydraulic Fan Speed - Machine Preparation

Table 3
Required Tools 
Part Number  Description  QTY 
9U-7400  Multitach Tool Gp 

  1. Move the machine to a smooth horizontal location. Move away from working machines and personnel. Lower the work tools to the ground.

  2. Allow only one operator on the machine. Keep all personnel away from the machine or in the view of the operator.

  3. Engage the parking brake.

  4. Place the steering frame lock in the LOCKED position.

    Reference: For information about preparing a machine for troubleshooting, refer to the Testing and Adjusting, "Machine Preparation for Troubleshooting" for the machine that is being serviced.



    Illustration 111g02149778

  5. In order to check the speed of the hydraulic fan motor, use a 9U-7400 Multitach Tool Gp. The multitach measures the hydraulic fan rpm by using reflective tape and a photo pickup.

    Reference: Special Instruction, NEHS0605, " 9U-7400 Multitach Tool Gp and 9U-7402 Multitach Tool Gp"

    Note: If a piece of reflective tape is already visible on one of the fan blades, proceed to Step 6. If no reflective tape is visible on one of the fan blades, use the following procedure:

    (a) Ensure that the key start switch is in the OFF position. Access to the fan blade is through door (1) on either side of the radiator group. Refer to Illustration 111.

    (b) Clean a small area on the surface of one fan blade. Position the reflective tape so that the tape is visible. Then attach a piece of the reflective tape to the fan blade.



    Illustration 112g02149790

  6. Place photo pickup (2) into the holder on magnetic base (3) and tighten the screw. Attach magnetic base (3) to the fan guard assembly.

  7. When the reflective tape and photo pickup (2) are in alignment, the LED indicator (red light) will come on. Position photo pickup (1) accordingly.

    Note: When you start the engine, vibration of the machine may cause the photo pickup to become misaligned. In order to realign the photo pickup (2), adjustment of the position of the magnetic base (3) may be necessary.

Hydraulic Fan Speed - Testing and Adjusting

Note: You will need to complete the Test and Adjust, "Margin Pressure and High Pressure Cutoff" procedure if you are unable to set the maximum and minimum fan speed.

  1. Ensure that the hydraulic oil is at operating temperature of 65 degrees.

  2. Place the transmission in the Neutral position. Engage the parking brake. Connect AVSpare Electronic Technician ET to the diagnostic connector.

  3. Start ET. When ET initializes, select the engine ECM from the choices that are available.

  4. Check all fault codes under the engine ECM. Ensure that no faults are present in the fan drive system. Ensure that no faults are present with the hydraulic oil temperature sensor, the engine coolant temperature sensor, or the inlet manifold temperature sensor. If no faults are present, begin the calibration. Select Services, Calibration, and then Engine Cooling Fan Calibration.

  5. Follow the instructions on the screen. Click on "OK".

  6. The "Calibration" screen will appear. Select both check boxes and click on "Begin".

  7. Ensure that the parking brake is set. Run the engine at high idle. Click on "Next" in the lower left corner of the screen.

  8. Continue running the machine at high idle. Use the photo tach to measure the fan speed. Adjust the current for the fan solenoid by using the arrows at the bottom of the screen. Increasing the current will decrease the fan speed. Decreasing the current will increase the fan speed. Adjust the current until the maximum fan speed is 1200 ± 50 rpm.

    Note: The procedure on the screen may specify a different value for the fan speed. Do not use this value. Set the fan speed to 1200 ± 50 rpm. When the fan speed has been set properly, click the "Next" button in the lower left corner of the screen.

    Note: If the maximum fan speed is not achieved, exit the "Calibration" screen without saving and proceed to the Test and Adjust, "Margin Pressure and High Pressure Cutoff".

  9. After setting the maximum fan speed, click on "Continue" in order to set the minimum fan speed.

  10. Continue running the machine at high idle. Use the photo tach to measure the fan speed. Adjust the current for the fan solenoid by using arrows at the bottom of the screen. Increasing the current will decrease the fan speed. Decreasing the current will increase the fan speed. Adjust the current until the minimum fan speed is 500 ± 50 rpm.

    Note: The procedure on the screen may specify a different value for the fan speed. Do not use this value. Set the fan speed to 500 ± 50 rpm. When the fan speed has been set properly, click the "Next" button in the lower left corner of the screen.

    Note: If the minimum fan speed is not achieved, exit the "Calibration" screen without saving and proceed to the Test and Adjust, "Margin Pressure and High Pressure Cutoff".

  11. After setting the minimum fan speed, click on "Finish" in order to save calibration values. Exit ET.

  12. To assure the demand fan is functioning properly, unplug any of the following:

    • Hydraulic oil temperature sensor

    • Engine coolant temperature sensor

    • Inlet manifold temperature sensor

    • Fan solenoid

    Note: The fan should go to maximum fan speed while running at high idle. If the maximum fan speed is not achieved, run through the Test and Adjust, "Hydraulic Fan Speed" procedure again.

Margin Pressure - Testing and Adjusting



Illustration 113g02149844

  1. Connect two 20000 kPa (2900 psi) pressure gauges to the quick disconnects (B) and (C).

  2. Ensure that the hydraulic oil is at an operating temperature of 65 degrees.

  3. Place the transmission in the Neutral position. Engage the parking brake. Connect AVSpare Electronic Technician (ET) to the diagnostic connector.

  4. Start ET. When ET initializes, select the engine ECM from the choices that are available.

  5. Check all fault codes under the engine ECM. Ensure that no faults are present in the fan drive system. Ensure that no faults are present with the hydraulic oil temperature sensor. If no faults are present, begin the calibration. Select Services, Calibration, Engine Cooling Fan Calibration.

  6. Follow the instructions on the screen. Click on "OK".

  7. The "Calibration" screen will appear, Select Minimum Fan Speed only and click on "Begin".

  8. Ensure that the parking brake is set. Run the engine at high idle. Click on "Next" in the lower left corner of the screen.

  9. Continue running the machine at high idle. Use the photo tach to measure the fan speed. Adjust the current for the fan solenoid by using the arrows at the bottom of the screen. Increasing the current will decrease the fan speed. Decreasing the current will increase the fan speed. Adjust the current until the fan speed is between 625 - 900 rpm.

  10. Continue running the machine at high idle. The difference between the two gauges is the margin pressure. The margin pressure should be 2300 ± 100 kPa (335 ± 14 psi).

  11. If the margin pressure is out of the range, then loosen the LS set screw (F) and adjust the load sensing adjustment screw (A) until the difference is 2300 ± 100 kPa (335 ± 14 psi). Clock wise rotation will increase the setting, counter clock wise rotation will decrease the setting. Approximately 1200 kPa (170 psi) of adjustment per turn.

  12. While holding the position of the load sensing adjustment screw LS (F), torque the LS set screw 7 N·m (62 lb in) to 11 N·m (97.4 lb in).

  13. After margin pressure is set, exit the "Calibration" screen without saving.

High Pressure Cutoff - Testing and Adjusting

  1. Connect two 20000 kPa (2900 psi) pressure gauges to the quick disconnects on (B) and (D).

  2. Ensure that the hydraulic oil is at operating temperature 65 degrees.

  3. Disconnect the fan solenoid.

  4. Ensure that the parking brake is set. Run the engine at high idle.

  5. Continue running the machine at high idle. The difference between the two gauges is the high-pressure cutoff. The high-pressure cutoff should be 18800 kPa (2727 psi).

  6. If the high-pressure cutoff is out of range, then loosen the set screw PC (E) and adjust the pressure compensating adjustment screw (E) until the difference is 18800 kPa (2727 psi). Clockwise rotation will increase the setting, counterclockwise rotation will decrease the setting. Approximately 3500 kPa (507 psi) of adjustment per turn.

  7. While holding the position of the pressure compensating adjustment screw PC (E), torque the set screw (E) to 7 N·m (62 lb in) to 11 N·m (8 lb ft).

  8. Reconnect the fan solenoid when the adjustment is completed.

Note: When the margin pressure and the high-pressure cutoff procedures have been completed go back and complete the Test and Adjust, "Hydraulic Fan Speed" procedures.

Repower Machine Power Shift Transmission - Test and Adjust

  1. Record the transmission pressures for the repower machine. Refer to the "Service Manual" for you particular machine in order to find transmission pressures.

Repower Machine Transmission Oil Temperature

  1. Record the transmission oil temperature for the repower machine.

Repower Machine Cycle Times

  1. Record the cycle times for the repower machine. Refer to the "Service Manual" for your particular machine in order to record cycle times.

  2. Record the cycle times. Compare the cycle times from the original machine to the repowered machine.

Repower Machine Stall Speed (If Applicable)

Refer to Service Information System SIS for Special Instruction, SEHS7050-00, "Techniques for Loading Engines".


NOTICE

Do not leave the converter in a stall condition for a prolonged period but only what is necessary to record engine speed and boost pressure. Observe the temperatures of the torque converter oil and cooling system. Do not allow torque converter oil or the cooling system to overheat.


  1. Refer to the Service Manual for your particular machine in order to record stall speed.

  2. Record the stall speed and compare the stall speed between the original machine and the repower machine.

Location of Suction and Return Ports



Illustration 114g02233335
(A) Ø 16.75 mm (0.66 inch)
(B) 340 mm (13.4 inch)
(C) 270 mm (10.63 inch)
(D) 2X Ø 50.8 mm (2.00 inch)
(E) 4T-6009 Baffle Tube
(F) 170 mm (6.7 inch)
(G) 283-0024 Boss and 8X-8031 Tube
(H) 195 mm (7.7 inch)
(J) 220 mm (8.7 inch)


Illustration 115g02233734
(K) 9T-7507 Weld Boss
(M) 283-0024 Boss and 8X-8031 Tube
(N) 4T-6009 Baffle Tube
(P) 8X-8031 Tube - Will need to cut to the same height as the implement suction.
(Q) 184 mm (7.24 inch)

Repower Hydraulic Fan Components

Table 4
Line Group A
From Tank to Pump 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Tank  297-7913  Elbow As 
1 124-2125  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6908  Hydraulic Hose 
Pump  4J-0522  O-Ring Seal 
2 6V-0397  Half Flange 
4 8T-4121  Hard Washer 
4 8T-4196  Bolt 
1 124-2105  Permanent Coupling 

Table 5
Line Group B
From Pump to Tee Assembly 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Pump  4J-0520  O-Ring Seal 
1 4V-5216  Adapter 
1 148-8313  Adapter As 
1 164-5567  Quick Disconnect Coupler As 
1 6V-0852  Dust Cap 
2 8C-3206  Half Flange 
4 132-7551  Spacer 
4 8T-5005  Bolt 
1 124-2078  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Tee Assembly  5K-9090  O-Ring Seal 
1 124-2122  Permanent Coupling 

Table 6
Line Group C
From Tee Assembly to Control Valve 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Tee Assembly  124-2131  Permanent Coupling 
1 148-8418  Reducer As 
1 9X-6580  Nut 
1 6V-9746  O-Ring Seal 
  122-6889  Hydraulic Hose 
Control Valve  168-1968  Tee As 
1 150-3065  Adapter As 
1 164-5567  Quick Disconnect Coupler As 
1 6V-0852  Dust Cap 
1 124-2114  Coupling 

Table 7
Line Group D
From Pump LS to Control Valve 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Pump  150-4047  Adapter As 
1 148-8443  Tee 
1 164-6874  Elbow Fitting 
1 164-5567  Quick Disconnect Coupler As 
1 6V-0852  Dust Cap 
1 124-2130  Coupling 
    122-6869  Hydraulic Hose 
Valve    148-8336  Connector As 
124-2114  Coupling 

Table 8
Line Group E
From Control Valve to Tee Assembly 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Valve  148-8353  Elbow As 
1 124-2114  Coupling 
  122-6869  Hydraulic Hose 
Tee Assembly  148-8418  Reducer As 
1 9X-6580  Nut 
1 124-2116  Permanent Coupling 

Table 9
Line Group F
From Tee Assembly to Fan Motor 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Tee  6V-9746  O-Ring Seal 
1 124-2153  Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Motor  153-6237  Elbow As 
1 124-2137  Coupling 

Table 10
Line Group G
From Fan Motor to Cooler 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Motor  153-6237  Elbow As 
1 124-2137  Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Cooler  153-6237  Elbow As 
1 124-2137  Coupling 

Table 11
Line Group H
From Fan Motor Case Drain to Tee 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Motor  171-6728  Elbow As 
1 164-5573  Union As 
1 124-2150  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6871  Hydraulic Hose 
Tee  124-2118  Permanent Coupling 

Table 12
Line Group J
From Cooler to Filter 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Cooler  148-8392  Elbow As 
1 124-2121  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Filter  124-2121  Permanent Coupling 
1 6V-9746  O-Ring Seal 
1 307-5393  Check Valve Gp 
1 250-1426  Elbow As 
1 148-8357  Elbow As 

Table 13
Group Line K
From Filter to Tee Assembly 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Filter  148-8360  Elbow As 
1 124-2121  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Tee  124-2121  Permanent Coupling 

Table 14
Line Group L
From Tee As. to Tank 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Tee  124-2153  Coupling 
  122-6891  Hydraulic Hose 
Tank  148-8347  Elbow As 

Table 15
Line Group M
From Pump Case Drain to Tee Assembly 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Pump  148-8315  Connector 
1 124-2119  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6871  Hydraulic Hose 
Tee  148-8447  Swivel Tee 
1 164-5567  Quick Disconnect Coupler As 
1 6V-0852  Dust Cap 
1 124-2119  Permanent Coupling 

Table 16
Line Group N
From Tee Assembly to Case Drain Filter 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Tee  124-2152  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6872  Hydraulic Hose 
Filter  260-9189  Swivel Elbow Assembly 
1 150-3068  Union As 
1 124-2122  Permanent Coupling 

Table 17
Line Group P
From Case Drain Filter to Tank 
  QTY  Part Number  Description 
Filter  260-9189  Swivel Elbow Assembly 
1 150-3068  Union As 
1 124-2122  Permanent Coupling 
  122-6872  Hydraulic Hose 
Tank  124-2121  Permanent Coupling 

Repower Hydraulic Fan Schematic

Reference: Refer to Schematic, RENR6332 for electrical schematic information.

Table 18
Tap Locations
Pressure, Sampling, and Sensor 
Tap Number  Description 
(AA)  Fan Pump Discharge Pressure 
(HH)  Fan Pump Load Sense Pressure 
(SOS)  Hydraulic Oil Sampling Port 

Table 19
Component Locations 
Item Number  Part Number  Description 
191-8735  Demand Fan Valve Gp 
244-1426  Check Valve Gp 
244-4498  Hydraulic Oil Cooler Core As 
330-9358  Oil Filter Gp 
337-1008  Piston Pump Gp 
249-2334  Oil Filter Gp 
161-8919  Piston Motor Gp 
138-1916  Bulkhead Tee 
164-6862  Tee As 
10  164-6860  Tee As 
11  4T-6009  Baffle Tube 
12  283-0024  Boss 
13  8X-8031  Tube 
14  148-8449  Swivel Tee 
15  148-8347  Elbow As 


Illustration 116g02234493

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