John Deere 1023E and 1025R Compact Utility Tractor Operator's Manual (from Dec 2012) OMLVU25848

Illustrated Factory Operator's Manual for John Deere Compact Utility Tractors 1023E and 1025R Compact Utility Operator's Manual (December 2012) -: (Export)

This manual contains high quality images, circuit diagrams, instructions to help you to operate, maintenance, diagnostic, and repair your truck. This document is printable, without restrictions, contains searchable text, bookmarks, crosslinks for easy navigation.

Language: English
Format: PDF, 379 pages

Covered models:
  1025R
  1023E
  1025R

Contents:
   Foreword
   Introduction
      Thank You for Purchasing a John Deere Product
      Using Your Operator’s Manual
      Special Messages
      Attachments for Your Machine
   Product Identification
      Record Identification Numbers
   Safety Labels
      Safety Label Location
      Pictorial Safety Signs
      WARNING LVU23360
      WARNING KEEP RIDERS OFF - LVU13286
      WARNING / CAUTION - CC40740
      WARNING - Australia Only
   Safety
      Recognize Safety Information
      Understand Signal Words
      Follow Safety Instructions
      Prepare for Emergencies
      Wear Protective Clothing
      Protect Against Noise
      Handle Fuel Safely—Avoid Fires
      Handle Starting Fluid Safely
      Fire Prevention
      In Case of Fire
      Keep ROPS Installed Properly
      Use Foldable ROPS and Seat Belt Properly
      Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
      Use Steps and Handholds Correctly
      Read Operator Manuals for ISOBUS Implements
      Use Seat Belt Properly
      Operating the Tractor Safely
      Avoid Backover Accidents
      Limited Use in Forestry Operation
      Operating the Loader Tractor Safely
      Keep Riders Off Machine
      Instructional Seat
      Use Safety Lights and Devices
      Transport Towed Equipment at Safe Speeds
      Use Caution On Slopes and Uneven Terrain
      Freeing a Mired Machine
      Avoid Contact with Agricultural Chemicals
      Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely
      Handling Batteries Safely
      Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
      Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
      Handle Electronic Components and Brackets Safely
      Practice Safe Maintenance
      Avoid Hot Exhaust
      Clean Exhaust Filter Safely
      Work In Ventilated Area
      Support Machine Properly
      Prevent Machine Runaway
      Park Machine Safely
      Transport Tractor Safely
      Service Cooling System Safely
      Service Accumulator Systems Safely
      Service Tires Safely
      Service Front-Wheel Drive Tractor Safely
      Tightening Wheel Retaining Bolts/Nuts
      Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
      Do Not Open High-Pressure Fuel System
      Store Attachments Safely
      Dispose of Waste Properly
   Operating Controls
      Operator Station Controls
   Operating
      Daily Operating Checklist
      Avoid Damage to Plastic and Painted Surfaces
      Adjusting Seat
      Using Seat Belt
      Adjusting Tilt Steering Wheel (1025R)
      Using Mower Height Control Knob
      Using Light Switch
      Using Key Switch
      Using Instrument Panel
      Using Turn Signal Switch
      Testing Safety Systems
      Testing the Neutral Start Switch
      Testing the Rear Power-Take-Off/Reverse Implement Option (PTO/RIO)
Switch
      Testing the Seat Switch
      Testing Reverse Implement Option (RIO)
      Using Brake Pedal
      Using Park Brake
      Using Throttle
      Using Fuel Gauge
      Using Fuel Shut-Off Valve
      Starting the Engine
      Cold Weather Starting Aids
      Warming and Idling the Engine
      Starting a Stalled Engine
      Stopping Machine
      Operating the Hydrostatic Transmission
      Using Reverse Implement Option (RIO)
      Using Cruise Control - 1025R
      Using Differential Lock (Traction Assist)
      Using Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (MFWD)
      Using the Power-Take-Off (PTO) Safely
      Checking PTO Driveshaft Length
      Using Rear and Mid Power-Take-Off (PTO)
      Using Rear Hitch
      Using 3-Point Hitch
      Using Optional iMatch™ Quick-Attach Hitch System
      Connecting Implement Hydraulic Hoses
      Using Hydraulic Dual Selective Control Valve (SCV)
      Using Selective Control Valve (SCV) Lock Lever
      Ballasting Machine
      Transporting Machine on Trailer
      Transporting Machine
      Towing Loads
      Using Safety Chain
      Raising and Lowering ROPS
   Replacement Parts
      Service Literature
      Parts
   Service Intervals
      Servicing Your Machine
      As Needed
      After First 10 Hours
      Every 10 Hours or Daily
      After First 50 Hours
      Every 50 Hours
      Every 200 Hours
      Every 400 Hours
      Every 600 Hours
      Annually
      Every 1200 Hours
      Every Two Years or 2000 Hours
      Every Six Years or 6000 Hours
   Service Lubrication
      Grease
      Lubricating Machine Grease Fittings
      Lubricating Hydraulic Selective Control Valve (SCV) Linkage
      Lubricating 3-Point Hitch
   Service Engine
      Engine Warranty Maintenance Statement
      Avoid Fumes
      Engine Oil
      Checking Engine Speeds
      Checking Engine Oil Level
      Changing Engine Oil and Filter
      Cleaning Dust Unloading Valve
      Checking Air Restriction Indicator (1025R only)
      Servicing Air Filter Elements
      Checking Air Filter Intake Hoses and Clamps
      Service Cooling System Safely
      Recommended Engine Coolant
      Servicing Cooling System
      Checking Radiator Hoses and Clamps
      Cleaning Radiator Cooling Screen and Fins
      Servicing the Alternator Belt
      Checking and Cleaning Fuel Filter Sediment Bowl and Replacing
Filter
      Fuel Injection Pump
      Fuel Injection Nozzles
      Cleaning Front Grille Screens
   Service Transmission
      Transmission and Hydraulic Oil
      Checking Front Axle Oil Level
      Changing Front Axle Oil
      Checking Transmission Oil Level
      Changing Transmission Oil and Filter
      Remove and Install Oil Suction Screen
   Service Electrical
      Service Electrical
      Service the Battery Safely
      Checking Battery Electrolyte Level
      Removing and Installing Battery
      Cleaning Battery and Terminals
      Using Booster Battery
      Replacing Headlight Bulb
      Replacing Tail/Turn Light Bulb
      Replacing Warning Light Bulb
      Replacing Worklight Bulb (1025R)
      Replacing Relays and Fuses
   Service Steering & Brakes
      Adjusting Brakes
   Service Miscellaneous
      Using Proper Fuel (Diesel)
      Filling Fuel Tank
      Raising and Lowering Hood
      Removing and Installing Side Panels
      Checking Wheel Bolts and Hardware
      Removing and Installing Wheels
      Checking Tire Pressure
      Selecting Front Tire Rolling Direction
      Cleaning Plastic Surfaces
      Cleaning and Repairing Metal Surfaces
   Troubleshooting
      Using Troubleshooting Chart
      Engine
      Electrical System
      Machine
      Brakes
      Steering
   Storage
      Storing Safety
      Preparing Machine for Storage
      Preparing Fuel and Engine For Storage
      Removing Machine From Storage
   Specifications
      Engine
      Drivetrain
      Electrical System
      Front Wheels and Tires
      Rear Wheels and Tires
      Front Tire Inflation Pressures (Maximum)
      Rear Tire Inflation Pressures (Maximum)
      Fluid Capacities
      Ground Speeds
      Dimensions
      Tread Width
      Height From Ground
      Ground Clearance
      Turning Radius
      Weight
      3-Point Hitch
      Torque Values - Inch Fastener Hardware
      Torque Values - Metric Hardware
   Warranty
      Product Warranty
      John Deere, Federal And California Emission Control System Warranty
(Non-Road Diesel)
      Tire Warranty
      Limited Battery Warranty
   John Deere Quality Statement
      John Deere Quality
   Service Record
      Record Service Dates
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