4890 Self-Propelled Windrower(130251-      )

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Dealer's Record
After Sale

Section : 05 - Safety

Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Follow Safety Instructions
Prevent Machine Runaway
Use Seat Belts
Freeing a Mired Machine
Park Windrower Safely
Keep Riders Off Machine
Ballast for Safe Ground Contact
Stay Clear of Platform
Stay Clear of Rotating Driveline
Handle Fuel Safely-Avoid Fires
Prepare for Emergencies
Handle Starting Fluid Safely
Wear Protective Clothing
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Transport Windrower With Platform Attached
Practice Safe Maintenance
Support Machine Properly
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Use Proper Tools
Prevent Battery Explosions
Prevent Acid Burns
Service Tires Safely
Service Cooling System Safely
Store Attachments Safely
Dispose of Waste Properly
Safety Features

Section : 10 - Safety Signs

Warning Labels

Section : 15 - Operator's Station

Instruments and Controls
Overhead Instruments and Controls
Control and Switch Colors
Armrest Control Panel
Platform Function Controls
Hydrostatic Drive Control Lever
Platform Drive Engage Switch
Platform Drive Reversing Switch
Platform Float Pressure Adjust
Engine Speed Adjust
Field/Road Switch
Corner Post Monitors
Warning Display Panel
Fuel Gauge
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
Dual Digital Display
Operating Dual Digital Display
Heater and Air Conditioning Controls
Air Louver Adjustment
Windshield Wiper Switch
Light Control Switch
Cab Interior Lights
Deere-Delco AM/FM Stereo Radio with Weatherband and Cassette Player-Model A
Deere-Delco AM/FM Stereo Radio with Weatherband and Cassette Player-Model B
Start Switch
Turn Signals
Steering Wheel Height Adjust
Steering Column Tilt Adjust
Storage Tray/Cab Air Filter
Manual Storage
Cab Storage Box
Cab Door Lock
Emergency Exit
Cup Holder
Personal-Posture™ Air Suspension Seat
Adjusting Left-Hand Armrest and Seat Back
Inspecting Seat Belts
Checking Operator Presence Switch
Fire Extinguisher Recommendations

Section : 16 - Lights and Signals

Lights and Signals
Cab Interior Lights
Light Control Switch
Field Work Lights
Turn Signal Lights
Hazard Lights
Transporting and Daytime Running Lights
Auxiliary Lights Connector

Section : 20 - Break-In

Machine Break-In
After One Hour of Operation
After 50 Hours of Operation
After 100 Hours of Operation

Section : 25 - Prestarting Checks

Daily Prestarting Checks

Section : 30 - Operating Engine

Checking Warning Lights
Engine Warm-Up Period
Starting the Engine
After Engine Starts
Stopping Engine
Starting Fluid
Hot Weather Operation

Section : 35 - Detaching and Attaching Platform

Detaching Platform
Attaching Platform
Balancing Platform Side-to-Side

Section : 40 - Operating Windrower

Preparing for the Field
Raising and Lowering Platform
Operating Hydraulic Reel
Adjusting Ground Speed Magnetic Pickup
Adjusting Swath Flaps
Adjusting Platform Float
Adjusting Platform Guard Angle
Engaging Platform Drive
Reversing Platform
Parking Windrower
Adding Ballast to Windrower
Pulling Windrower Out Of Mud

Section : 45 - Attachments

Tool Storage
Upper and Lower Field Work Lights
Full View® Wiper

Section : 50 - Transporting Windrower

Transporting Windrower
Driving Windrower
Towing Windrower

Section : 55 - Fuel, Coolant, and Lubricants

Diesel Fuel
Lubricity of Diesel Fuels
Filling Fuel Tank
Diesel Fuel Storage
Diesel Engine Coolant
Supplemental Coolant Additives
Additional Information About Diesel Engine Coolants and Supplemental Coolant Additives
Operating in Warm Temperature Climates
Testing Diesel Engine Coolant
Diesel Engine Oil
Oil Filters
Engine Break-In Oil
Hydrostatic Drive and Main Hydraulic Systems Oil
Final Drive Oil
Mixing of Lubricants
Lubricant Storage
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants
Filter Replacement Numbers

Section : 60 - Lubrication and Maintenance

Perform Lubrication and Maintenance
Observe Lubrication Symbols
Service Interval Display
Periodic Maintenance and Lubrication Labels
As Required
Every 10 Hours
Every 50 Hours
Every 100 Hours
Every 200 Hours
Every 250 Hours
Every 400 Hours or Each Season
Every 600 Hours or Each Season
Every 800 Hours or Each Season
Each Season
Every 2000 Hours
Every 2000 Hours or Every Other Season1

Section : 65 - Troubleshooting

Air Conditioning
Drive System
Lift and Float System
Power Screen Cleaner
Steering and Ground Speed Controls
Digital Display and Speed Monitoring System
Radio/Cassette Player

Section : 70 - Engine

Engine Compartment Door
Tool Storage
Drive Belt Shield
Cleaning Engine Compartment
Fuel Tank, Cap and Breather
Shutting Off Fuel Supply
Draining Fuel Tank
Do Not Modify Fuel System
Fuel Transfer Pump
Draining Water from Fuel Filter
Bleeding Fuel Filter
Changing Fuel Filter
Bleeding Fuel Injection Pump
Bleeding Fuel Lines to Injectors
Checking and Adjusting Engine Speed
Checking Fuel Injection Nozzles
Checking Oil Level and Adding Oil
Changing Engine Oil
Changing Oil Filter
Cleaning Air Precleaner
Removing and Installing Air Filters
Clean and Inspect Primary Air Filter
Filling Radiator
Winterizing Cooling System
Flushing Cooling System
Cleaning Screen, Condenser/Oil Cooler and Radiator
Checking Engine Valve Clearance
Removing and Installing Serpentine Belt

Section : 71 - Electrical System

Observe Electrical Precautions
Electrical Component Identification and Location
Fuse and Circuit Breaker Label
Circuit Breakers and Relays
Fuse and Relay Panel (Power Center)
Electrical Connector Handling
Starter Relay
Power Source
Checking and Servicing the Alternator
Replacing Bulbs
Dome and Console Light Bulb Replacement
Gauge Light Bulb Replacement
Warning Light Bulb Replacement
Turn Signal Indicator Bulb Replacement
Rear Warning, Tail, and Side Marker Light Bulbs Replacement
Floodlight Bulb Replacement (Rear and Optional Side)
Halogen Bulb Safety Guidelines
Cab Headlight Bulb Replacement and Adjustment
Preventing Battery Explosions
Preventing Acid Burns
Prevent Damage to Electrical Systems
Checking Specific Gravity
Connecting Battery Cables
Charging Batteries
Connecting Booster Batteries
Battery Replacement

Section : 72 - Hydraulic System

Hydraulic System (General Information)
Hydraulic System Cleanliness
Hydraulic Accumulator-Float System
Hydraulic Valve Function and Location Label
Platform Drive, Lift and Float
Ground Drive System
Releasing Accumulator-Float Pressure
Checking Hydraulic Oil Level
Adding Hydraulic Oil
Changing Hydraulic Oil Filters
Draining and Filling Hydraulic Reservoir

Section : 73 - Wheels, Steering, Brakes, and Rear Axle

Service Tires Safely
Tire Inflation Pressures
Checking Wheels
Steering and Hydrostatic Controls and Linkage
Adjusting Steering and Hydrostatic Linkage
Parking Brakes
Adjusting Caster Wheel Width
Checking, Draining and Filling Power Wheel

Section : 74 - Air Conditioning and Heating System

Air Conditioning/Heating System (General Information)
Observe Air Conditioning/Heating Precautions
Cleaning Fresh Air and Recirculating Filters
Removing Fresh Air Filter and Tray
Removing Precleaner
Removing Recirculating Filter
Removing Evaporator Filter
Cleaning Air Intake Panel
Cleaning Condenser
Checking Compressor and Drive Belt
Checking Refrigerant Level
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch

Section : 75 - Service-Miscellaneous

Adjusting Platform Pump Drive Belt
Replacing Platform Pump Drive Belt

Section : 80 - Storage

Storing Windrower (End of Season)
Removing Windrower From Storage (Beginning of Season)

Section : 85 - Assembly

Perform Predelivery Service Safely
Assemble Windrower
Remove Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV) Emblem Protective Sheet
Adding Ballast to the Windrower-5.5 M (18 FT) Platform Only

Section : 90 - Specifications

4890 Self-Propelled Windrower Specifications1
Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Limited Battery Warranty

Section : 95 - Identification Numbers

Record Product Identification Numbers
Record Windrower Serial Number
Record Engine Serial Number
Record Platform Serial Number

Section : 100 - Crime Prevention Tips

Help Prevent Crime
Record Ag Identification Numbers
Keep Proof of Ownership
Park Indoors Out of Sight
When Parking Outdoors
Reduce Vandalism
Report Thefts Immediately
Technical Information
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