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Allow coolant to drain into a container. Some oil will remain in engine after draining.
Tighten filter an additional one-half turn. Make sure end of hose C is positioned slightly above bottom of reservoir.
Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable: Replace with a new servide element. Slowly open radiator cap A to the first stop to release all pressure. Check condition of all hoses. Clean front screen A with rag, brush, or compressed air. Drain cooling system immediately into a container before rust and dirt settle:.
Continue running engine until cooling fan servicd, indicating the engine and coolant has reached operating temperature. Install side screen after cleaning. Touching hot surfaces can burn skin.
Allow engine to cool and suction back any needed coolant from overflow reservoir. Carburetor is calibrated by the engine manufacturer and is not adjustable. Do not lose or substitute with any other type of washer. Make sure fuel filter is installed with arrow pointing in direction of fuel flow toward engine.
Be sure fan or flywheel screens remain installed and clean. Tighten bleed screw with washer halfway into bleed port. Using incorrect coolant mixture can damage the radiator:.
Built-up pressure may cause explosive release of coolant when the radiator cap is removed: Then remove the cap. Using incorrect coolant mixture can damage the radiator: Fill reservoir as needed so it contains 25 – 50 mm 1 -2 in.
DO NOT operate engine without air cleaner element and rubber dust unloading valve installed. Side screen must be removed for cleaning to avoid contaminating or damaging the radiator. Use coolant with conditioner or add conditioner to coolant before using. The radiator may be hot and can burn skin. Stop engine and allow muffler exhaust pipe to cool completely before checking spark arrestor. Install air cleaner canister cover with rubber dust unloading valve pointing downward. Add coolant to radiator until air bubbles are no longer visible at bleed port.
Check and remove any obstructions to brake linkage attached to output shafts on both sides of transaxle. Engine and coolant will be hot. Replace with new valve if worn, damaged, or missing. Move the vehicle to an outside area before running the engine. The radiator will be hot and can burn skin. Service Engine Engine Warranty Maintenance Statement Maintenance, repair, or replacement of the emission control devices and systems on this engine, which are being done at the customers expense, may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individual.
Compressed air can cause debris to fly a long distance. Remove spark plug s using appropriate spark plug socket. Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable:.
Do not allow hose to contact bottom of reservoir or bend upwards out of the coolant. See the label on your antifreeze container or consult your John Deere dealer to obtain the latest information and recommendations. Use oil viscosity based on the expected air temperature range during the period between oil changes.
If not equipped to perform this work, see your John Deere dealer for service. Place a drain pan or cloth under hoses to catch any fuel that may be left in hoses. Locate the servic filter A at the front of the engine compartment. If engine is operated at altitudes above m 6, ftsome carburetors may require a special high altitude main jet. The engine and components will be hot if the engine has been running.
Change the oil more often if the vehicle is used in extreme conditions: Visually check dust unloading valve A. Park the vehicle safely. Remove and discard filter element C. Install and tighten radiator cap.
Keep engine compartment clean. Check all hose clamps and tighten as needed. Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death. Wipe off filter base on engine.