Fix your 325, 335, 345 garden tractor with the help of this John Deere workshop manual (PDF).
Model, type / brand or manufacturer: 325, 335, 345, 300 Series / Deere & Company, built in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA - all trim levels and all styles covered
John Deere Sabre 1948GV-HV, 2148HV, 2354HV, 2554HV garden tractor Service Manual - TM1841
manufacturer: 1948GV/HV, 2148HV, 2354HV, 2554HV, Yard Series, Garden Series / Deere & Company, built in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA, Greeneville, Tennessee, USA.
Engine 1948GV/HV specs: Kohler
Engine 325: Kawasaki FC540V, gasoline, 1-cylinder, air-cooled vertical-shaft, 534 cc, 32.64 ci, 3.50x3.38 inches, 89 mm x 86 mm, 17 hp, 12.7 kW, carburetor, 8.3:1, 1400-3350
Engine 325: Kawasaki FH531V, serial number 070001 onwards, gasoline, 2-cylinder, air-cooled vertical-shaft, V-Twin, 493 cc, 30.1 ci, 2.68x2.68 inches, 68 x 68 mm, 18 hp, 13.4 kW,
Engine 335: Kawasaki FH601V, gasoline, 2-cylinder, air-cooled vertical-shaft, V-Twin, 675 cc, 41.2 ci, 2.96x2.99 inches, 75 x 76 mm, 20 hp, 14.9 kW,
Engine 345: Kawasaki FD590V, gasoline, 2-cylinder, air-cooled vertical-shaft, V-Twin, 585 cc, 35.7 ci, 2.91x2.68 inches, 74 x 68 mm, 18 hp, 13.4 kW, carburetor, 8.7:1, 1400-3350.
Publication number: TM-1760
Production year(s): 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.
Model Identification Code: not defined
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
Total Pages: 568
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10 tech specs about the John Deere 325 garden Tractor (Kawasaki FH531V engine):
1. Engine: Kawasaki FH531V, 17 horsepower, air-cooled, V-twin
2. Transmission: Hydrostatic, infinite forward and reverse speeds
3. Cutting width: 48 inches
4. Cutting height range: 1–4 inches
5. Fuel capacity: 5 gallons
6. Tire size: Front: 15x6-6, Rear: 20x8-8
7. Weight: 712 pounds
8. Dimensions: 70.5 x 46 x 42 inches (L x W x H)
9. Maximum speed: 7.5 miles per hour (forward), 4.5 miles per hour (reverse)
10. Starter: Electric with recoil backup
Changing the oil in your John Deere 335 garden tractor is an important part of regular maintenance that will help keep your tractor running smoothly for years to come. The process is relatively simple and can be done in just a few steps.
First, gather all the necessary supplies, including a new oil filter, oil drain pan, and the appropriate oil for your tractor. It's important to check your owner's manual to determine the recommended type and quantity of oil for your specific tractor.
Next, warm up the tractor by running it for a few minutes to allow the oil to flow more easily. Then, locate the oil drain plug under the tractor and place the drain pan underneath it. Carefully remove the drain plug and allow the oil to flow into the pan. Once the oil has finished draining, replace the drain plug and tighten it securely.
Next, locate the oil filter and remove it. Be sure to use a filter wrench to avoid any damage. Clean the filter mounting surface and install the new filter. Lubricate the O-ring of the new filter with clean oil before installing it.
Finally, add the appropriate amount of oil to the tractor through the oil filler hole. Once the oil has been added, start the tractor and let it run for a few minutes to distribute the oil throughout the engine. Check the oil level with the dipstick and add more oil if necessary.
It is important to note that it's always best to consult the tractor's manual for specific instructions and recommendations before performing any maintenance. Also, it's recommended to change oil in your tractor every 50–100 hours or at least once a year, depending on the usage.
By following these simple steps, you can change the oil in your John Deere 335 garden tractor and keep it running smoothly for many years to come. Remember, regular maintenance is key to preventing problems, and if you are ever unsure about how to fix something, it is always best to consult the tractor's manual or take it to a professional.