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The following models are covered by this manual: 5210, 5310, 5410, 5510, 5000 Ten Series / Deere & Company / John Deere Construction built in Augusta, Georgia, USA.
John Deere 5210 (2001-2002)
John Deere 5310 (2001-2002)
John Deere 5410 (2001-2002)
John Deere 5510 (2001-2002)
5210: 50 horsepower, 3-cylinder PowerTech™ engine
5310: 64 horsepower, 3-cylinder PowerTech™ engine
5410: 81 horsepower, 4-cylinder PowerTech™ engine
5510: 89 horsepower, 4-cylinder PowerTech™ engine
Engine 5210 details: 3029D, diesel, 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 179 ci, 2.9 L, 4.19x4.33 inches, 106 x 110 mm, 53 hp, 39.5 kW, 17.8:1, 119.5 lb-ft, 162.0 Nm.
Engine 5310 details: 3029T, turbocharged diesel, 3-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 179 ci, 2.9 L, 4.19x4.33 inches, 106 x 110 mm, 64 hp, 47.7 kW, 17.8:1, 143.8 lb-ft, 195.0 Nm.
Engine 5410 details: 4045D, diesel, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 276 ci, 4.5 L, 4.19x5.00 inches, 106 x 127 mm, 81 hp, 60.4 kW, 4.21 gal/hour, 15.9 l/hour, 17.6:1.
Engine 5510 details: 4045T, turbocharged diesel, 4-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 276 ci, 4.5 L, 4.19x5.00 inches, 106 x 127 mm, 89 hp, 66.4 kW, 17.0:1, 227.2 lb-ft, 308.1 Nm.
Production year(s): 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.
Publication number: TM1716
Manual Language: English
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If you're in need of a versatile and reliable utility tractor, look no further than the John Deere 5210, 5310, 5410, and 5510 models. These tractors are designed to handle a wide range of tasks, from agricultural work to landscaping and construction. With their powerful engines and durable build, they are built to tackle even the toughest jobs. To help you make an informed decision, we've compiled a comprehensive list of engine specifications, maintenance tips, common issues, tuning options, compatible accessories, owner reviews, and more. Read on to discover the world of John Deere utility tractors!
Engine Specifications/Technical Data:
• The John Deere 5210 utility tractor is equipped with a 2.9-liter, 3-cylinder diesel engine.
• It delivers 50 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque.
• The engine features a direct fuel injection system for improved efficiency and power.
• The 5310 model boasts a 3.9-liter, 3-cylinder diesel engine.
• It produces 64 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque.
• Both the 5210 and 5310 tractors come with a synchronized transmission with 9 forward and 3 reverse gears.
• The 5410 and 5510 models feature a 4.5-liter, 4-cylinder diesel engine.
• They deliver 81 and 89 horsepower, respectively, with torque ratings of 243 and 258 lb-ft.
• The 5410 and 5510 tractors come with a synchronized transmission offering 9 forward and 3 reverse gears.
• All models feature a power take-off (PTO) system for operating various implements.
• The tractors have a hydraulic system with a capacity of 11 gallons for smooth operation of attachments.
• The 5210 and 5310 models have a fuel tank capacity of 17.2 gallons, while the 5410 and 5510 models have a capacity of 26.4 gallons.
• The tractors feature hydrostatic power steering for easy maneuverability.
• They come with a 4-wheel drive system for enhanced traction and performance.
• The John Deere utility tractors have a lift capacity of up to 3,080 pounds at the 24-inch behind lift point.
• They have a minimum turning radius of approximately 10 feet.
• The tractors utilize wet-disc brakes for reliable stopping power.
• The 5210 and 5410 models weigh around 5,900 pounds, while the 5310 and 5510 models weigh around 6,400 pounds.
• The tractors feature a comfortable operator station with ergonomic controls and a suspension seat.
• The 5210 and 5310 models come with a folding two-post ROPS (Roll-Over Protective Structure), while the 5410 and 5510 models have a folding two-post or deluxe cab option.
Facts and Details:
- The John Deere utility tractors offer a wide range of implements and attachments for various applications, including loaders, backhoes, and mowers.
- These tractors are known for their durability and longevity, making them reliable workhorses.
- The operator station is designed for comfort and convenience during long hours of operation.
- The tractors come with easy-to-use controls and intuitive instrument panels.
- Regular maintenance intervals for the John Deere utility tractors include engine oil and filter changes every 200 hours, hydraulic oil changes every 1,200 hours, and coolant changes every 3 years or 3,000 hours.
- It is important to regularly inspect and replace air filters, fuel filters, and hydraulic filters for optimal performance.
- Common maintenance tips include greasing all fittings, checking tire pressure, and inspecting belts and hoses for wear.
- Common issues with these tractors may include electrical problems, hydraulic leaks, and issues with the fuel system. Regular inspections and prompt repairs can help mitigate these issues.
- Popular tuning tips for the John Deere utility tractors include upgrading to a high-flow air intake system, installing a performance exhaust, and optimizing the engine's fuel delivery system.
- Adding auxiliary lights for improved visibility, fitting a brush guard for protection, and installing additional rearview mirrors are common modifications for these tractors.
- The John Deere utility tractors are compatible with various accessories and attachments, including loaders, box blades, rotary cutters, rear blades, and post hole diggers.
- Other compatible attachments include snow blowers, front brooms, and landscape rakes.
- Owner reviews highlight the reliability and durability of these tractors, praising their ability to handle demanding tasks.
- Some owners mention that the tractors could benefit from improved suspension and a more ergonomic seating position.
The John Deere 5210, 5310, 5410, and 5510 utility tractors are highly capable machines designed to excel in a variety of applications. With their powerful engines, versatile transmissions, and durable build quality, these tractors offer outstanding performance and reliability. Regular maintenance and prompt repairs can help ensure optimal operation and extend the lifespan of these machines. With a range of compatible accessories and attachments, customization options are plentiful. Owner reviews highlight the strengths of these tractors, including their durability and workhorse capabilities. While there may be minor areas for improvement, the John Deere utility tractors remain a solid choice for those seeking reliable and efficient equipment for their agricultural, landscaping, or construction needs.
Repairs that need to be carried out most frequently and commonly broken parts include:
→ Regular maintenance tasks such as oil and filter changes, air filter replacements, and coolant flushes.
→ Hydraulic system repairs, including fixing leaks, replacing hoses, and maintaining proper fluid levels.
→ Electrical system repairs, such as addressing faulty wiring, fixing switches or relays, and ensuring proper battery function.
→ Brake system repairs, including replacing worn brake pads and addressing any issues with brake fluid or hydraulic components.
→ Transmission repairs, such as adjusting clutch settings, fixing gear synchronization issues, and addressing any leaks or malfunctions.
→ Steering system repairs, including maintaining proper alignment, replacing worn steering components, and addressing any power steering issues.
→ Engine repairs, such as addressing fuel system problems, replacing worn-out injectors, and maintaining proper engine performance.
→ Cooling system repairs, including fixing leaks, replacing radiator hoses, and addressing any overheating issues.
→ Suspension system repairs, such as replacing worn-out shocks or struts, addressing any issues with bushings or ball joints, and maintaining proper alignment.
→ PTO system repairs, including addressing issues with engagement, replacing worn-out components, and ensuring proper operation.
→ Commonly broken parts include hydraulic hoses, electrical switches, brake pads, clutch plates, radiator hoses, fuel injectors, and suspension components.
→ Other parts that may require attention or replacement include belts, seals, gaskets, filters, and bearings.
→ Regular inspections and prompt repairs can help prevent major breakdowns and address smaller issues before they escalate.
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