3200 and 3400 Telescopic Handlers(201957-      )

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Section : 00 - Identification Views

Identification Views

Section : 05 - Safety

Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Follow Safety Instructions
Observe Road Traffic Regulations
Protect People and Animals
Prevent Machine Runaway
Avoid Power Lines
Dig Safely
Avoiding Injury or Death from Falling Round Bales
Transporting Round Bales Safely
Service Handler Safely
Avoid Injury or Death From Rollover accidents
Work In Ventilated Area
Driving on Public Roads
Operating the Machine Safely
Keep Riders Off Machine
Parking and Leaving the Machine
Handle Fuel Safely-Avoid Fires
Prepare for Emergencies
Wear Protective Clothing
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Safely Transporting the Machine
Keep ROPS Installed Properly
Practice Safe Maintenance
Emergency Exit
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Service Cooling System Safely
Retighten Wheel Nuts
Prevent Acid Burns
Support Machine Properly
Service Tires Safely
Dispose of Waste Properly

Section : 10 - Safety Decals

Location of Safety Decals
Location of Safety Decals
Location of Safety Decals
Location of Safety Decals

Section : 15 - Controls and Instruments

General View of Controls and Instruments
Armrest Control Panel
Multi-Function Lever
Indicator Lights
Coolant Temperature Gauge
Fuel Gauge
Speedometer - Hour Meter
Corner Console
Start Switch
Gear Shift Lever (Synchro-Shuttle)
Gear Shift Switch (PowerShift)
Forward-Neutral-Reverse Lever (FNR)
Outside Mirrors

Section : 20 - Lighting System and Signals

Lights (Standard)
Foldable Rear Light Cluster
Lights (Option)
Light Switches
Operating the Hazard Warning Light Switch
Switch for Turn Signal Lights and Horn
Work Light Switch
Boom Work Light Switch (Option)
Beacon Light Switch (Option)
Reverse Travel Alarm (Option)

Section : 25 - Operator's Platform and Cab

Roll-Over Protective Structure
Falling-Object Protective Structure
Windshield Guard
Opening Door and Door Window
Opening Rear Window
Seat Belt
Deluxe Suspension Seat
Deluxe Air Suspension Seat
Parking Brake
Steering Wheel Height/Tilt Adjustment
Cab Interior Lights
Digital Clock
Front/Roof Sun Visor
Windshield Wiper and Washer System
Cab Roof Wiper
Rear Window Wiper
Blower and Air Louvers
Air Conditioning System (Option)
Tool Box (Option)
Coat Hanger Hook
Power Outlet Socket (12V)
Manual Storage
Armrest Storage Box
Can/Cup Holder and Storage Tray
Radio (Special Equipment)

Section : 30 - Break-In Period

After First 4 and 8 Hours of Operation
Within First 100 Hours of Operation
After First 100 Hours of Operation

Section : 35 - Prestarting Checks

Daily Checks
Engine Oil Level
Hydraulic Oil Level
Transmission Oil Level
After Long Storage Period
Fuel System
Lubricate Handler
Checks in Operator's Cab

Section : 40 - Operating the Engine

Safety Rules for Starting Engine
Battery Main Switch
Starting the Engine
Starting the Engine With a Slave Battery
Starting the Engine by Means of a Booster Battery
Cold Weather Starting Aids
Electrical Starting Aid
Engine Warm-Up Period
Stopping the Engine
Stalling of Engine

Section : 45 - Driving and Transporting the Handler

Driving Information
Driving on Public Roads
Reverse Travel Alarm (Option)
Transport Information
Parking the Machine
Chock Block (Option)

Section : 50 - Operating the Machine

Reduce Fuel Consumption
Shifting Transmission (Synchro-Shuttle)
Shifting Transmission (PowerShift)
Steering Modes
Changing Steering Modes
Hydraulic Foot Brakes
Transmission Declutch

Section : 55 - Operating the Boom

Raising and Lowering the Boom
Boom Angle Indicator
Observe Lift Capacity Limits (3200 Handler)
Observe Lift Capacity Limits (3400 Handler)
Examples of Overload Situations
Boom Safety Devices
Boom Lift Cylinder Safety Channel
Operating the Boom
Approaching a Load
Picking Up a Load
Placing a Load
Lifting Unpalletized Loads
Removing Material from a Pile
Avoiding Injury or Death from Falling Round Bales
Picking up a Round Bale
Picking up a Round Bale on a Slope
Transporting a Round Bale

Section : 60 - Operating Attachments

Attachments (General Information)
Pallet Forks (John Deere Carrier)
Attaching/Detaching Equipment (John Deere Carrier)
Attachment Auxiliary Functions
Connecting Attachment Hoses
Attachment Point (Option)

Section : 65 - Fuel, Lubricants, Coolant and Capacities

Diesel Fuel
Handling and Storing Diesel Fuel
Dieselscan Fuel Analysis
Diesel Engine Break-In Oil
Diesel Engine Oil
Extended Diesel Engine Oil Service Intervals
Transmission and Hydraulic Oil
Oil Filters
Lubricant Storage
Mixing of Lubricants
Diesel Engine Coolant
Operating in Warm Temperature Climates
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants
Use Genuine John Deere Parts

Section : 70 - Lubrication and Periodic Service

Service Intervals
Handling Batteries Safely
Opening the Hood
Access to Fuses
Access to Battery
Important Instructions Regarding Alternator
Service Foot Step
Single Point Greasing (Option)
Daily or Every 10 Hours
Every 50 Hours
After the First 100 Hours
Every 250 Hours
Every 500 Hours
Every 750 Hours
Every 1000 Hours or Every Year
Every 2000 Hours or Every Two Years
Every 3000 Hours or Every Three Years
As Required

Section : 75 - Service / Daily or Every 10 Hours

Every 10 Hours-Checking Engine Crankcase Oil Level
Every 10 Hours-Checking Coolant Level
Checking on Lights
Every 10 Hours-Carrier Pivots (John Deere Carrier)
Every 10 Hours-Checking Transmission Oil Level
Every 10 Hours-Checking Hydraulic Oil Level
Every 10 Hours-Other Service Jobs (Under Extreme Conditions)

Section : 80 - Service / Every 50 Hours

Every 50 Hours-Grease Fittings
Every 50 Hours-Grease Fittings (Continued)
Checking Oil Level in Axles
Checking Parking Brake and Lubricating Linkage

Section : 85 - Service / Every 250 Hours

Changing Engine Oil
Changing Engine Crankcase Filter Element
Checking Air Cleaner Elements
Wheel Retaining Bolts
Neutral Start Circuit
Checking Electrolyte Level of Battery
Checking Air Conditioning Receiver-Drier

Section : 90 - Service / Every 500 Hours

Changing Fuel Filter
Servicing Fuel Tank
Checking Belt Tensioner Spring Tension and Belt Wear
Checking Tensioner Spring Tension
Air Intake Hose
Replacing Air Cleaner Outer Element
Replacing Transmission Oil Filter
Replacing Hydraulic Oil Filter
Greasing Boom Extension Wear Pads
Adjusting Parking brake

Section : 95 - Service / Every 750 Hours

Checking Engine Speeds

Section : 100 - Service / Every 1000 Hours or 1 Year

Replacing Cab Air Filter
Changing Hydraulic Oil
Changing Transmission Oil
Changing Axle Final Drive Oil
Changing Axle Differential Oil

Section : 105 - Service / Every 2000 Hours or 2 Years

Changing Air Cleaner Inner Element
Replacing Coolant (Without JD COOL-GARD Coolant)
Adjusting Engine Valve Tappet Clearance

Section : 110 - Service / Every 3000 Hours or 3 Years

Replacing Coolant (With JD COOL-GARD Coolant)

Section : 115 - Service / As Required

Electrical Connector Handling
Hydraulic System Cleanliness
Observe Air Conditioning Precautions
Winterize Cooling System
Cleaning Cab Air Filter
Air Cleaner
Keep Radiator Screens Clean
Brake System Pressure
Replacing Fan/Alternator V-Belt
Do Not Modify Fuel System
Checking Fuel Filter
Bleeding the Fuel System
Lubricate All Lubricating Points
Checking Tire Pressure
Operator's Seat
Starting Motor
Replacing Thermostat
Battery-Checking Specific Gravity
Fuses and Relays (PowerShift Transmission)
Fuses and Relays (Synchro-Shuttle Transmission)

Section : 120 - Troubleshooting

Hydraulic System
Electrical System

Section : 125 - Storage

Storage for Long Period
Removing Machine From Storage

Section : 130 - Specifications

Transmission (Synchro-Shuttle)
Transmission (PowerShift)
Hydraulic System
Electrical System
Vibrations at Operator's Position
Sound Level
Dimensions - 3200 Telescopic Handler
Dimensions - 3400 Telescopic Handler
Lift Capacity and Lifting Height
Tire Pressures
Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Limited Battery Warranty
U.S. Emission Control Warranty Statement
Emissions Control System Certification Label
California Emission Control Warranty Statement (California Only)

Section : 135 - Serial Numbers

Type Plates
Handler Type Plate
Product Identification Number
Front Axle Serial Number
Rear Axle Serial Number
Engine Serial Number
Transmission Serial Number
Torque Converter Serial Number
Cab Serial Number

Section : 140 - 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

Section : SLIT - John Deere Service Literature Available

Technical Information

Section : IBC - John Deere Service Keeps You On The Job

John Deere Is At Your Service When You Need It