John Deere

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OMLVU17940

Issue C7

Compact Utility Tractor

3320, 3520, 3720 PIN(100001 -)

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

European Version

Litho in U.S.A.

Introduction

Thank You for Purchasing a John Deere Product
Using Your Operator’s Manual
Machine Use
Special Messages

Product Identification

Record Identification Numbers

Safety Labels

Pictorial Safety Signs
DANGER POISON
WARNING KEEP RIDERS OFF
WARNING KEEP RIDERS OFF
WARNING AVOID CRUSHING
WARNING AVOID CRUSHING
WARNING
CAUTION HOT SURFACE
CAUTION READ OPERATORS MANUAL
CAUTION AVOID CRUSHING
Rollover Protection Certification Plate
Drawbar EEC Label
Wagon Hitch EEC Information

Safety

Training
Preparation
Operation
Maintenance and Storage
Parking Safely
Avoid Tipping
Keep Riders Off
Towing Loads Safely
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
Checking Wheel Hardware
Wear Appropriate Clothing
Practice Safe Maintenance
Avoid High Pressure Fluids
Prevent Fires
Tire Safety
Handling Fuel Safely
Handling Waste Product and Chemicals

Operating - Controls

Operator Station Controls (PowrReverser)

Operating - Controls

Operator Station Controls (eHydro No Cab)

Operating - Controls

Operator Station Controls (eHydro With Cab)

Operating - Controls

Floor Panel Controls
Air Temperature Controls

Operating

Daily Operating Checklist
Avoid Damage to Plastic and Painted Surfaces
Entering and Exiting Machine
Adjusting Seat (No Cab)
Adjusting Seat (Tractor With Cab)
Using Rear Window
Using Temperature Controls
Adjusting Blower Speed
Adjusting Tilt Steering Wheel
Using Light Switch
Using Dome Light
Using Key Switch
Using the Instrument Panel
Using Turn Signal Switch
Using Windshield Wiper and Washer
Using Display Mode Switch
Testing Safety Systems
Testing Neutral Start Switch (PowrReverser)
Testing Seat Switch (PowrReverser)
Testing Rear PTO Knob
Testing Rear PTO and Seat Switch Interface
Testing Mid-PTO and Seat Switch Interface
Testing Rear PTO and Park Brake Interface
Using Fuel Shut-Off Valve
Using Brake Pedals (PowrReverser)
Using Brake Pedals (eHydro)
Using Park Brake
Using Throttle Controls
Starting the Engine
Idling the Engine
Starting a Stalled Engine
Stopping the Machine
Operating PowrReverser Transmission
Driving Machine (PowrReverser)
Operating eHydro Transmission
Driving Machine (eHydro)
Using Cruise Control (eHydro With Standard Cruise Control)
Using Cruise Control (eHydro With Automotive Cruise Control Option)
Using SpeedMatch Option (eHydro)
Using MotionMatch (eHydro)
Using LoadMatch (eHydro Model)
Using Differential Lock (Traction Assist)
Using Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (MFWD)
Using the Power-Take-Off (PTO) Safely
Using Rear and Mid-PTO (Operator on Seat)
Using Rear PTO (Operator off Seat)
Using Drawbar Hitch
Using 3 Point Hitch
Using iMatch™ Quick-Hitch
Using Hydraulic Dual Selective Control Valve (SCV)
Using Dual Selective Control Valve (SCV) Lock Lever
Using Hydraulic Third Selective Control Valve (SCV)
Using Diverter Valve
Connecting Implement Hydraulic Hoses
Using Accessory Electrical Outlet
Ballasting Machine
Using Front Tow Hitch
Transporting Machine on Trailer
Transporting Machine
Towing Loads
Using Safety Chain
Raising and Lowering Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS)
Using Seven-Terminal Outlet

Replacement Parts

Service Literature
Parts
Part Numbers

Service Intervals

Servicing Your Machine
As Needed
After First 10 Hours
Every 10 Hours or Daily
Every 50 Hours
Every 200 Hours
Every 400 Hours
Every 600 Hours
Yearly
Every 1200 Hours
Every Two Years or 2000 Hours

Service Lubrication

Grease
Lubricating Machine Grease Fittings
Lubricating 3 Point Hitch

Service Engine

Avoid Fumes
Engine Oil
Checking Engine Speeds
Checking Engine Oil Level
Changing Engine Oil and Filter
Cleaning Air Filter Dust Unloading Valve
Servicing Air Filter Element
Checking Air Filter Hose
Checking Air Restriction Indicator Light
Service Cooling System Safely
Checking Coolant Level
Recommended Engine Coolant
Servicing Cooling System
Checking Radiator Hoses
Adjusting Compressor Belt Tension
Servicing the Alternator Belt
Servicing Water Separator Sediment Bowl
Cleaning Fuel Filter Sediment Bowl and Replacing Filter
Replacing Fuel Filter
Fuel Injection Pump
Fuel Injection Nozzles
Cleaning Grille and Side Screens
Cleaning Radiator Screen and Fins

Service Transmission

Transmission and Hydraulic Oil
Checking Front Axle Oil Level
Changing Front Axle Oil
Adjusting Front Axle Thrust Bolt Torque
Checking Transmission Oil Level
Changing Transmission Oil and Hydraulic Suction Oil Filter

Service Steering & Brakes

Tractor Without Cab
Tractor With Cab

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 Light Bulbs (Tractor With Cab)
Replacing Light Bulbs (Tractor Without Cab)
Replacing Fuses

Service Miscellaneous

Using Proper Fuel (Diesel)
Filling Fuel Tank
Raising and Lowering Hood
Servicing Air Conditioner
Cleaning Cab Air Filter
Checking Cab Rollover Protection System Installation
Checking Wheel Bolts and Hardware
Removing and Installing Wheels
Checking Tire Pressure
Selecting Front Tire Rolling Direction
Changing Wheel Spacing and Tread Width
Changing Wheel Spacing and Tread Width
Cleaning Plastic Surfaces
Cleaning and Repairing Metal Surfaces

Troubleshooting

Using Troubleshooting Chart
Engine
Electrical System
Heater and Air Conditioning System
Machine
Brakes
Steering
Error Codes

Storage

Storing Safety
Preparing Machine for Storage
Preparing Fuel and Engine For Storage
Removing Machine From Storage

Assembly

Delivery Instructions
Check Tire Pressure
Check Fluid Levels
Checking Machine Safety System
Check All Lights
Check Wheel Bolt Torque
Check Machine for Proper Ballast

Specifications

Engine
Electrical System
Fuel System
Drive Train
Hydraulic System
3 Point Hitch
Drawbar Load
PTO
Fluid Capacities
Ground Speeds (Forward and Reverse @ 2600 Engine RPM)
Front Tires
Front Tire Inflation Pressures
Rear Tires
Rear Tire Inflation Pressures
Tire Loads
Dimensions
Weight
Recommended Lubricants
Torque Values

Declaration of Conformity

3320, 3520 and 3720 Compact Utility Tractors

Service Statement

John Deere Parts
The Right Tools
Well-Trained Technicians
Prompt Service

Service Record

Record Service Dates