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This manual is applicable to the following models: 675, 675B / Deere & Company / John Deere
John Deere 675 Skid Steer Loader
John Deere 675B Skid Steer Loader
Serial Numbers for John Deere 675, 675B Skid Steer Loader:
John Deere 675: 110001-119999
John Deere 675B: 110001-119999
Publication number.: TM-1374
Engine details: Yanmar, 1.8L, 111 ci, 4-cylinder, diesel, 44 hp = 32.8 kW.
Production year(s): 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994.
Language: English (some of our manuals are multilingual)
"Fix Your John Deere 675 and 675B Skid Steer Loader with the Comprehensive Repair Manual and Tech Specs Download"
If you're looking to repair your John Deere 675 or 675B skid steer loader, this manual download is exactly what you need. It includes all the technical specifications and engine details to help you repair your equipment with confidence.
Engine Specs/Tech Specs:
• Engine Type: John Deere 4039TF diesel engine
• Engine Displacement: 238 cu in
• Engine Power Output: 40 hp
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 24 gallons
• Hydraulic System Type: Open center
• Operating Weight: 6,600 lbs
• Operating Capacity: 1,500 lbs
• Tipping Load: 3,000 lbs
• Lift Height: 83 inches
• Bucket Width: 60 inches
• Brakes: Hydrostatically operated, foot-operated
• Steering: Hydrostatic power
• Tires: 12-16.5
• Electrical System: 12-volt
• Alternator: 55 amps
• Battery: 12V-71Ah
• Engine Cooling: Liquid cooled
• Engine Lubrication: Full pressure lubrication
• Engine Valve Train: OHV
• Engine Ignition: 12-volt
• Engine Fuel System: Diesel
• Engine Exhaust: Vertical
• Operating Speed: 7 mph
• Joystick Controls: Optional
• Coupler: Optional
• Cab: Enclosed
• Heater: Optional
• Loader Bucket: Optional
• Backhoe: Optional
• Snow Blower: Optional
• Broom: Optional
Facts and Details:
- The John Deere 675 and 675B skid steer loaders are powered by reliable John Deere 4039TF diesel engines.
- They feature an open center hydraulic system for efficient power transmission and hydrostatic power steering for easy maneuvering.
- With an operating weight of 6,600 lbs and a tipping load of 3,000 lbs, the John Deere 675 and 675B skid steer loaders are capable of handling a variety of tasks.
- The 60-inch bucket and 83-inch lift height make them ideal for landscaping, construction, and other industrial applications.
Maintenance Intervals and General Maintenance Tips:
► Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule for oil and filter changes, hydraulic system maintenance, and regular inspections. ► ► Consult the operator's manual or contact a John Deere dealer for specific intervals.
► Regularly check and maintain proper fluid levels, including engine oil, hydraulic fluid, and coolant.
► Inspect and clean or replace air filters regularly to ensure optimal engine performance.
► Check and adjust tire pressure as needed for optimal traction and stability.
► Lubricate all pivot points, joints, and linkages according to the maintenance schedule to prevent excessive wear and ensure smooth operation.
► Inspect and clean the cooling system regularly to prevent overheating and ensure proper engine cooling.
► Regularly inspect and tighten all bolts, nuts, and fasteners to prevent loosening during operation.
► Keep the skid steer loader clean from dirt, debris, and other contaminants that can impact performance and cause damage.
Common Issues and Solutions:
* Hydraulic system leaks: Inspect hydraulic hoses, fittings, and connections for signs of leaks. Repair or replace any damaged components and ensure proper sealing.
* Engine performance issues: If the skid steer loader experiences reduced power or rough running, check the fuel system, spark plugs, and ignition system. * Clean or replace components as necessary.
* Electrical system problems: Check the battery, wiring, and connectors for loose connections or damage. Clean and tighten connections, and replace faulty components if needed.
* Worn or damaged tires: Regularly inspect the tires for wear, cuts, or punctures. Replace tires that are no longer serviceable to maintain traction and stability.
* Faulty controls or joysticks: If the controls or joysticks become unresponsive or erratic, check the electrical connections and wiring. Clean or replace faulty components as needed.
* Excessive noise or vibration: Inspect and tighten all bolts and fasteners related to the engine, chassis, and attachments. Check for worn or damaged components that may need replacement.
Tuning Tips and Modifications:
♦ Upgrading to heavy-duty tires with deeper treads can improve traction and stability in various terrains.
♦ Adding counterweights to the rear of the skid steer loader can help improve stability when operating with heavy loads.
♦ Installing auxiliary lighting for improved visibility in low-light conditions or nighttime operations.
♦ Upgrading the seat with a more comfortable and supportive option for improved operator comfort during long hours of operation.
♦ Adding attachment options such as buckets, forks, grapples, or augers to enhance the versatility and productivity of the skid steer loader.
Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
+ Additional attachment options (buckets, forks, grapples, augers, etc.) for various applications.
+ Cab enclosures or canopies for operator comfort and protection from the elements.
+ LED work lights for improved visibility.
+ Back-up cameras or rearview mirrors for enhanced safety and maneuverability.
+ Suspension seats for improved operator comfort during long hours of operation.
+ Attachments for specific tasks like snow removal, landscaping, or material handling.
Owner Reviews and Opinions - Strengths and Weaknesses:
☺ Solid construction and durability for long-lasting performance.
☺ Excellent maneuverability and agility in tight spaces.
☺ Easy operation and intuitive controls.
☺ Good visibility from the operator's seat.
☺ Versatile attachment options for various tasks and applications.
☻ Limited operator space and legroom in some models.
☻ Relatively high maintenance requirements compared to other equipment types.
☻ Lack of advanced features found in newer skid steer loaders.
☻ Some owners have reported issues with hydraulic leaks and component wear over time.
Repairs Frequently Needed:
→ Hydraulic system repairs (leaks, hose replacements, seal replacements).
→ Engine maintenance (oil and filter changes, spark plug replacements).
→ Electrical system repairs (wiring, connectors, switches).
→ Tire replacements or repairs.
→ Control system repairs (joysticks, switches, electrical connections).
→ Regular lubrication of pivot points and linkages.
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