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  • Page 3

    Thank you for purchasing This manual describes tractor, type (Two Model). Information in this manual is based on the H5013 a rear hydraulic lift unit which All information in this manual available at the time of printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION SERIAL NUMBERS COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION CONTROLS INSTRUMENT PANEL 1. Engine switch 2. Headlight switch 3. Fuel gauge 4. Engine oil warning 5. Parking brake warning DRIVE COMPONENTS 1 . Throttle lever 2. Choke knob 3. Brake pedal 4. Parking brake lock lever 5.

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    Battery electrolyte Cooling shroud Air intake screen Fuel leakage Hydraulic lift system Front P.T.O. belt Brake pedal free play ... Brake wear indicator Clutch pedal free play ... Tires/Wheels Hydraulic lift system Seat adjustment Steering Fuel level Gasoline Recommendation GASOLINES CONTAINING Parking brake ...

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    7. TRANSPORTING 8. INSTALLING AN ATTACHMENT 1. Rear 3-point hitch link installation 2. Rear 3-point hitch attachment ..............9.

  • Page 7: Safety Information

    1. SAFETY INFORMATION Read all safety instructions before operating. /&==a...

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    SAFETY TRACTOR Operation efforts on your part to ensure your safety and the safety these requirements before you operate SAFE OPERATING RULES Severe personal injury operation inspection tractor or its attachments. To avoid severe personal following precautions: All parts, epecially and securely fastened Do not remove...

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    BEFORE STARTING heavy adversely affect vehicle that can result in severe Only use recommended Limit loads to as suggested Be extra careful Use counterweight(s) Before installing or using any attachment, and precautions. OPERATION Be sure to fasten Rollover Protective (seat belt or ROPS) without in a rollover.

  • Page 10

    When operating the tractor face of the grade. cause the tractor to overturn. To avoid loss of control cise extreme caution Attempting to change adversely affect vehicle could result. Do not back down, To avoid loss of control surfaces. When descending a slope, disengaging can cause a loss of control...

  • Page 11

    MAINTENANCE SAFETY Before performing thoroughly. Before cleaning, inspecting Move P.T.O. attachments. Stop the engine Remove the spark plug cap. If you hit an object, attachments. Fix any damage before you resume Operating the tractor severe personal injury. Leaves, grass clippings, become a fire hazard.

  • Page 12: Serial Numbers

    SERIAL NUMBERS Record the frame and engine the serial numbers when warranty inquires (see page 103). The frame serial number engine serial number is stamped compartment). Frame serial number: Engine serial number: serial numbers for your reference. ordering parts, and when is stamped on the right side of the frame.

  • Page 13: Component

    ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE STRUCTURE (ROPS) SEAT BELT HYDRAULIC LIFT LEVER HYDRAULIC CYLINDER SELECTOR LEVER (Option) DESCENT SPEED ADJUST KNOB FRONT P.T.O. CLUTCH LEVER TWO AND FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE SELECT LEVER (A4 type only) INSTRUMENT PANEL MAIN 1 ‘RANSMISSION LEVER ENGINE PLUG LEVER COMPONENT THROTTLE LEVER STEERING WHEEL...

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    HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FLUID FILLER CAP ENGINE HOOD SPARK PLUG CAP FUSE BOX MAIN FUSE AIR CLEANER ENGINE OIL FILLER CAP...

  • Page 15: Controls

    INSTRUMENT PANEL 3. FUEL GAUGE 1. Engine switch Always the tractor is unattended from starting the engine. This tractor is equipped controls all the electrical Key positions: “START” “ON” “OFF” IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 Do not leave “ON” (key on “ON” tery will discharge.

  • Page 16: Fuel Gauge

    2. Headlight switch The headlight switch p oor visibility [ IMPORTANT NOTICE jects. Reduce speed when 3. Fuel gauge The fuel gauge indicates It operates when the engine switch NOTE: When the ignition indicate a faults fuel level. When the fuel gauge amount of remaining soon as possible.

  • Page 17: Engine Oil Warning

    4. Engine oil warning If the oil level falls below ing, the warning light will come on. As a test, the oil warning and it should go out after a few seconds. while the engine is running, oil level and add enough upper mark on the dipstick come on, and the oil level is registering tact your authorized...

  • Page 18: Drive Components

    DRIVE COMPONENTS STEERING WHEEL CHOKE KNOB CLUTCH PEDAL AUXILIARY TRANSMIS LEVER MAIN ‘TRANSMISSION LEVER REAR P.T. 1. Throttle lever The throttle lever controls speed); it will stay in any designated ROTTLE LEVER engine speed from SLOW position. FRONT P.T.O. I I-\,#-” PARKING BRAKE LOCK LEVER BRAKE PEDAL...

  • Page 19: Choke Knob

    2. Choke knob Operate the choke knob to start the engine 3. Brake pedal The brake pedal is used to slow the tractor. When you want to bring the tractor clutch pedal first, then the brake pedal. [ IMPORTANT NOTICE Depressing the brake pedal hard while the tractor cause damage...

  • Page 20: Parking Brake Lock Lever

    4. Parking brake lock lever The parking brake lock lever is used when the tractor 1. Firmly depress and hold the brake pedal. 2. Push and hold the parking 3. Release the brake pedal and then release the parking 4. To release the parking Operating the tractor...

  • Page 21: Clutch Lever

    6. Main transmission Eight forward and four reverse speeds can be selected and auxiliary transmission transmission lever, one of two speeds the auxiliary lever up (higher [LOW GEAR POSITION1 c--,7 [HIGH GEAR POSITION] r-----Y-\ ( IMPORTANT NOTICE ( Transmission damage before moving the shift levers.

  • Page 22: Rear P.t.o

    8. Rear P.T.O. lever The lever is u,sed to engage The rear P.T.O. shaft rotates position and the clutch Lever in “ON” position Lever in “ON” position disengaged. Lever in “OFF” position-P.T.O. NOTICE 1 8 1 IMPORTANT the tractor and depress damage.

  • Page 23: Two And Four Wheel

    10. Two and four Wheel Two and four wheel drive can be selected into four Wheel Drive, move the shift lever up to the four Wheel Drive posi- tion. For two Wheel Drive position. NOTICE 1 B ( IMPORTANT to a complete stop and depress of the two-and operation...

  • Page 24: Lift System

    HYDRAULIC LIFT SYSTEM The front attachment can be lifted and lowered by operating the hydraulic lift lever, when the engine is running. NOTE: On models equipped with a rear hydraulic lift unit, the front and rear attaachments can be lifted and lowered by operating the hydraulic...

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    1. Hydraulic cylinder oil pressure oil pressure from the oil pump can be changed from the oil pump can be changed rear hydraulic hydraulic system system IMPORTANT NoTlCE 1 Always position. Leaving the lever damage the hydraulic Observe following lever: 1.

  • Page 26: Lift Lever

    2. Hydraulic lift lever The attachment can be raised and lowered SLOW UP position, the attachment position, the attachment attachment will lower slowly ment will lower more quickly. be lowered even though stopped at its applied NEUTRAL IMPORTANT NoTlCE 1 Do not hold the lift lever in the FAST UP or SLOW UP position after the attachment...

  • Page 27: Speed Adjust Knob

    3. Descent speed adjust Descending speed can be pre-adjusted the attachment. Adjust the ground from its highest in the FAST DOWN Thus, lighter attachments heavier attachments too much or too little pre-adjustment selectable by the lift lever. Before adjusting the descending in NEUTRAL.

  • Page 28: Checks

    PRE-OPERATUON CHECKS For safe and efficient before using the tractor. Follow the procedures each use: 1. Park the tractor on a level surface. 2. Lock the parking brake, set the transmission the front and rear P.T.O. 3. Disconnect the spark plug cap and remove tal engine start-up.

  • Page 29

    Engine oil level 1 ~~~~~~~~~ NoTlCE 1 Running serious engine damage. 1. Place the tractor 2. Open the hood, remove 3. Insert the dipstick 4. Check the oil level shown level mark, fill to the upper level mark with the recommended 5.

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    Air cleaner elements Check that the air cleaner ty air cleaner will restrict air flow to the carburetor, mance. A damaged air cleaner rapid engine wear. 1. Open the hood, and remove cover. 2. Inspect air cleaner necessary. If the air cleaner cedure described on page 78.

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    Battery electrolyte level Open the hood, and check the battery The electrolyte level must be kept between marks. If the electrolyte filler caps and carefully reaches the upper level line (see page 81). Batteries produce an explosion, causing away and provide adequate CHEMICAL HAZARD:...

  • Page 32

    Cooling shroud Remove the spark plug cap and clean any dirt from the shroud. SHR?UD SPARK PLUG CAP Air intake screen. Remove any debris from the screen grid. BRAKE PEDAL SCdEEN GRID...

  • Page 33

    Fuel leakage Visually inspect the fuel line for cracks or fuel leakage. of cracks or fuel leakage, have it repaired. Hydraulic lift system Open the hood, raise the seat, and visually oil leakage with the engine If there is any sign of cracks or oil leakage, tractor dealer to have it repaired.

  • Page 34: Brake Pedal Free Play

    Front P.T.O. belt Visually inspect the front damaged, contact your serviced. Brake pedal free play Measure the brake pedal free play from fully released feel brake begin (0.6- 1.4 in). Consult your authorized specification, or the brake does not operate P.T.O.

  • Page 35: Brake Wear Indicator

    Brake wear indicator Inspect brake lining condition Firmly set the parking brake, and then check the position of the brake wear indicator. If the wear indicator your authorized Honda tractor IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 Under operated if the brake lining is at or past the service Clutch pedal free play Measure...

  • Page 36: Tires/wheels

    Tires/Wheels Check the tire pressure Tire pressure: Front 1 .O kg/cm2 (14.2 Rear Check that the lug nuts on each wheel Torque: 13 kg-m (94 ft-lb) 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 E the first 20 hours of operation, check and retighten Check side wall and tread surface excessive...

  • Page 37: Hydraulic

    Hydraulic lift system fluid 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 B and rear (option) lift arms fully and confirm tions. If the tractor is not equipped arms by pushing them down by hand with the hydraulic FAST DOWN position. Remove the filler cap, wipe off the dipstick is fully seated.

  • Page 38: Seat Adjustment

    Seat adjustment Make sure the seat mounted. If necessary: 1. Loosen the four seat mounting 2. Move the seat to a position and comfortably. 3. Tighten the seat mounting SEAT MOUNTING ’ BOLT (4) Steering Check the steering free play with the wheels be less than 30 mm (1.2 wheels...

  • Page 39: Fuel Level

    Fuel level Turn the engine switch Refill the tank if the fuel level is low. Remove the filler cap and add gasoline up to the lower edge of the filler neck. Fuel tank capacity: 8.5 P (2.2 Gasoline is extremely treme care when handling Refuel in a well ventilated...

  • Page 40

    Gasoline Recommendation Pump octane rating: We recommend the use of unleaded engine and spark plug deposits If “spark knock” (metallic a steady engine speed spark knock or pinging 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 R pinging can cause engine Running the engine misuse, and the Distributor’s...

  • Page 41

    GASOLINES CONTAINING If you decide to use a gasoline tane rating is at least Gasoline Recommendation one containing “gasohol”: Using gasohol gasoline containing contain cosolvents serious fuel system Never use gasoline cosolvents and corrosion Honda cannot endorse evidence of its suitability NOTE: Fuel system from the use of gasoline...

  • Page 42: Parking Brake

    Parking brake Make sure that the parking Turn the engine switch lever to any gear position apply the parking brake lock lever. The buzzer should sound lever is moved to NEUTRAL. PARKING BRAKE WARN Headlight Turn engine switch headlight switch. brake and buzzer system (ignition switch)

  • Page 43: Safety Interlock

    Safety interlock system Before inspecting, the tractor is clear of people, This tractor is equipped the engine from being started followed. Observe switches. Do not operate system, or in the operation sonal injury could result. Consult your authorized To check the system, To prevent accidental cap from the spark plug when...

  • Page 44

    2. Neutral switch (1) Move P.T.O. levers position. (2) Place the main transmission lever in “1” (3) Depress enough to release the park- ing brake. (4) With brake clutch pedal turn the engine switch tion switch) starter operate. (5) Put the main lever into NEUTRAL.

  • Page 45

    NOTE: If difficulty tered in shifting lever, operate the starter or 3 seconds engine switch (ignition key to START. Do not depress the clutch pedal during this operation. (3) Turn (ignition switch) START. starter operate. (4) Move the rear P.T.O. OFF.

  • Page 46: Hydraulic

    Hydraulic lift system NOTE: To make this inspection, procedures described This inspection should tractor. The check procedure Check either, by selecting lever position. (1) Start the engine. (2) Set the hydraulic (3) Move the lift lever to FAST or SLOW UP position, hand from the lever.

  • Page 47: Operation

    1. Starting the engine Exhaust cause loss of consciousness enclosed area. Be sure to provide 1. Sit on the seat and check that the parking 2. Make sure the main transmission and rear (option) (Neutral) position. NEUTRAL 3. Pull the choke knob all the way out and move the throttle middle (l/2) position.

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    4. Turn the engine switch the key when the engine NOTICE 1 R [ IMPORTANT can damage the motor. If the engine fails to start, and wait at least 10 seconds 5. As the engine warms position. 6. As the engine stabilizes, position.

  • Page 49: Starting/driving

    2. Starting/driving Before operating understand the tractor 1. Wearing the seat belt. Wear seat operating tractor Rollover Protective attached. Use of either device ROPS) without the other crease the chance rollover. Make sure that the seat belt is not twisted or kinked.

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    2. Depress the clutch levers in the desired NOTE: When the main transmission will sound to notify the driver if the parking CLUTCH PEDAL 3. Depress the brake pedal and release the parking pedal and place the main and auxiliary gear range for operation.

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    4. Raise the throttle Always release the clutch pedal slowly tor in motion. Sudden vehicle control that may result in severe suddenly or with the steering 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 D o not rest your foot on either the clutch pedal or dif- ferential lock pedal...

  • Page 52: How To Use The Differential

    3. How to use the differential When used properly, the differential lock is extremelv conve- nient. However, unskilled operation could cause the vehicle to overturn; it could also damage the drive train. lock. The differential lock is most useful in situations surface causes one of the rear wheels...

  • Page 53

    3. To release the differential bring the tractor WARD to REVERSE differential tractor on hard surfaces may overturn, causing To avoid damage to transmission Do not apply the differential Do not rest your foot on the differential engage the differential Do not apply the brake and the differential Check that the differential ed using it.

  • Page 54: Two And Four-wheel

    4. Two and Four Wheel Two and four wheel drive can be selected wheel drive select lever. Prior to shifting, set the steering ing the tractor to a complete NOTE: If difficulty gears by driving the tractor engaged. We recommend that you select drive according, to the terrain...

  • Page 55: Turning

    5. Turning This tractor Four Wheel carefully. Turning the tractor terrain can cause the tractor to tip over and you can be injured. Slow down before turning. To prevent accidental Never make abrupt Slow down before Avoid sharp turns in rutty or uneven Engaging the differential to lose steering...

  • Page 56: Attachment

    6. ATTACHMENT LIMITATIONS Use of Honda attachments limits shown below or it is not suited to H5013, used do not conform to the sizes and weights Table”, they may not only endanger vent you from taking Never use attachments Never use counterweights Table.

  • Page 57

    Max. load at lower link end (WO) Max. weight attachment (Wl) Max. load (W2) Trailer Tongue weight (W3) Size and Weight Limits by Attachments Attachment Rotary Mower 3-blade Snow Blower Snow Dozer Rotary Tiller Plow Disc Harrow Cultivator Trailer NOTE: The above limits are applicable Installation...

  • Page 58

    Towing Never attempt to tow anything proper hitch could cause the tractor to overturn sonal injury or equipment Never allow anyone Traveling and turning tachment is dangerous. ment over rough ground. Avoid sudden starts trailer or attachment and severe personal The weight of a trailer especially...

  • Page 59

    2. Maximum tongue 20 kg + 9 kg (45 Ibs + 20 Ibs) If the trailer’s incorrect, the tractor equipment damage. NOTE: Tongue weight trailer hitch. weight: load is unbalanced may overturn resulting is the downward force that the trailer exerts on the so that the tongue weight in severe...

  • Page 60

    Counterweight When an attachment between front and rear wheels the vehicle is running to fit a counterweight Make suitable counterweight Under no circumstances ment, counterweights to follow this precaution to your tractor or shorten The total number of the counterweights ment are shown in the table below.

  • Page 61

    Use the table below and determine the attachments other than listed in the previous 1. Rear Attachment and Counterweight number in the required. NOTE: This table is based on each counterweight ly 11 kg (25 Ibs). 0: Counterweight unnecessary : Attachment should not be used the number Table...

  • Page 62

    2. Front Attachment and Counterweight Table number in the indicates number counterweights required. NOTE: This table is based on each counterweight weighing approximate- ly 11 kg (25 Ibs). * Attachment should not be used. C.G.

  • Page 63: Driving On A Slope

    7. Driving on a slope Before starting up or down ranges, so that tractor imum control. Driving across the face of a slope can cause the tractor to tip over and you can be injured. Making turns on a slope can cause the tractor to tip over and you can be injured.

  • Page 64

    UPHILL STARTING PROCEDURE If possible avoid stopping to stop on a hill, follow If this procedure is not followed tractor may roll backwards cause it to tip over resulting Abruptly applying the brake pedal while the tractor down a slope may cause the tractor 1.

  • Page 65

    8. Stopping the engine In an emergency: Turn the engine switch Depress the clutch In normal use: 1. Move the throttle 2. Depress the clutch Move the main transmission (ignition switch) and brake pedal. lever to “SLOW.” and brake pedals simultaneously. lever to “NEUTRAL”.

  • Page 66

    3. Shift the front and rear P.T.O. levers to the “OFF” position. FRONT P.T.O. -CLUTCH LEVER 4. Lower any attachment to the ground with the hydraulic lift lever. HYDRAULIC LEFT LEVER 5. Turn the engine switch (ignition switch) to “OFF” and remove key.

  • Page 67

    6. Push down pedal. To avoid injury to yourself tor unattended, ALWAYS: take-off (P.T.O.), lower engine and remove the key. park brake lock lever PARK BRAKE LOCK LEVER and others, park on level ground, the attachment, set the parking while depressing the brake before leaving the trac-...

  • Page 68: Recommended

    9. Recommended working speed Select a safe and correct operating speed as per the instructions shown the chart below. RECOMMENDED WORK SPEED 4 DOZER BLADE 4 DISKHARROWD...

  • Page 69: High Altitude

    10. High Altitude Operation At high altitude, the standard Performance will decrease, fuel mixture may also foul the spark plugs and cause hard starting. High altitude performance main fuel jet in the always operate the engine at altitudeds level, have an authorized modification.

  • Page 70: Transporting

    7. TRANSPORTING Transporting The engine and remain hot for a while ponents or the exhaust materials. Avoid touching the engine or exhaust the engine has stopped. tractor. [ IMPORTANT NOTICE ] T owing to push another vehicle Transport the tractor gasoline spillage, keep the tractor...

  • Page 71

    3: After loading, apply the parking (ignition switch) key. 4. Tie the tractor down Tie-down hooks should shown below. 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE Use heavy-duty straps, Both front and rear straps’ must be directed tractor. To avoid damaging or near them when FRONT brake and remove...

  • Page 72: Installing

    INSTALLING Before installing or using any attachment, and precautions. To prevent tion switch) key, and disconnect justing attachments. 1. Rear 3-point hitch link installation - 1. Install the hitch box on the tractor Attach the check links to the right and left lower links with the check links pins and secure Install the right and left lower...

  • Page 73

    HITCH 7.0 kg-m (50.6 ft-lbs) kg (15.9 ft-lbsj uFT ROD ’ LOCK PIN :CK LINK...

  • Page 74

    2. Rear 3-point hitch attachment Park the tractor on firm, level ground, shift lever to “N (Neutral)“. “OFF” when installing, Installing, engine running is dangerous the ignition, and disconnect a. Place the hydraulic “REAR”, place the lift lever in the “DOWN”...

  • Page 75

    Install the universal With lock side fully depressed, universal shaft P.T.O. hole. Release lock, joint slowly until returns to the in the diagram. Move the universal and forth and check lock is secure. Use the turnbuckle right side of the lift rod to get the attachment horizontal.

  • Page 76: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE Periodic maintenance good operating condition. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. To avoid carbon monoxide ming any maintenance. or even partially enclosed, amount of exhaust sure the area is well-ventilated. To avoid serious maintenance. Shut the engine off and set the parking maintenance. To prevent accidental switch)

  • Page 77: Tool Kit

    1. Tool kit The tools supplied are necessary nance, simple adjustments The tool kit is stored The tool kit as well as the Owner’s tractor. for performing and repairs. in the tool box behind the seat. Manual iL=J some periodic should always remain with the TOOL BAG...

  • Page 78: Maintenance

    2. Maintenance Schedule NOTE: Service the air cleaner These items should be serviced has proper tools and is mechanically Check the nuts daily for the first 20 hours of operation, more frequently when used in dusty areas. by an authorized Honda tractor proficient.

  • Page 79: Engine Oil Change

    3. Engine oil change Drain oil while draining. Used motor oil mav cause skin cancer if repeatedlv tact with the skin for prolonged Although this is unlikely, still advisable to thoroughly as possible after handling 1. Open the engine hood. 2.

  • Page 80: Air Cleaner Service

    4. Air cleaner service A dirty air cleaner will restrict tractor in very dusty areas, clean the air cleaner more often than specified in the MAINTENANCE Operating the engine 1. Open the engine hood. 2. Remove the wing nuts and the air cleaner cover. and separate them.

  • Page 81: Spark Plug Service

    5. Spark plug service. Recommended spark plug: BPRGES-11 Touching burns. Let the engine 1 IMPORTANT NoT’CE 1 Spark engine damage. For good performance, deposits. 1. Open the engine hood and remove 2. Clean any dirt from around the spark plug base. 3.

  • Page 82

    6. Install the spark plug carefully, 7. After the spark plug is seated, press the washer. 1 IMPORTANT NoTlCE 1 Loose spark plug can get hot enough the engine. Overtightening NOTE: If installing plug seats to compress tighten l/8- washer. by hand, to avoid cross-threading.

  • Page 83: Battery Service

    6. Battery service Refilling battery fluid If the tractor is operated battery plate damage If rapid loss of electrolyte weak, causing slow authorized Honda tractor Open the engine hood and check the electrolyte Fill the battery with distilled battery. Batteries produce cause serious...

  • Page 84

    Battery cleaning If the battery terminals and clean the terminals. 1. Remove battery set plate. 2. Disconnect the battery at the battery positive BATTERY 3. Remove the battery terminals with a wire brush or sand paper. Clean the battery with a solution ing care not to get the solution tery thoroughly.

  • Page 85

    5. Coat the battery terminals 6. Reinstall the battery NOTE: Evenly tighten set plate so that the filler caps (A and B) to either removed. When disconnecting battery negative positive (+I terminal first, then at the negative nect the battery cables in the reverse cuit when a tool contacts...

  • Page 86: Fuel Sediment

    7. Fuel sediment cup cleaning Gasoline is extremely Do not smoke or allow flames 1. Open the engine hood and remove port rod. Remove 2. Remove the cup holder with a wrench 3. Clean the filter cup to remove 4. Reinstall the O-ring, 5.

  • Page 87: Transmission

    8. Transmission oil inspection. 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 c ontaminated vice life tractor’s maintenance interval 1. Park the tractor on level ground. 2. Remove the oil check 3. The oil level should not, add oil through edge. 4. After checking, tighten Recommended oil: 1 OW-30...

  • Page 88: All Fastener

    9. All fasteners tightness/Lubrication Check all nuts, bolts and fasteners Check and apply grease Recommended Grease: points and tighten where noted. SAE Multipurpose Grease securely if necessary.

  • Page 89

    Lubrication points (cont’d) Check and apply grease where noted. Recommended grease: SAE Multipurpose Grease.

  • Page 90: Spark Arrester

    10. Spark arrester maintenance You can purchase an optional, authorized Honda tractor areas; check local laws and regulations The muffler hot for a while after the engine while it is hot. Allow spark arrester must efficiency. 1. Remove the two 5 mm screws exhaust pipe tip and spark arrester...

  • Page 91

    11. Wheel removal Do not attempt to remove ground. Do not attempt to remove and knowledge to do so properly. 1. Apply the parking 2. Block the wheels one turn. 3. Place a jack under the jack point nearest and raise the wheel 4.

  • Page 92: Fuse Replacement

    12. Fuse replacement The main fuse, located box is located on the right side of the head light case. The specified are 7.5A. When frequent circuit or an overload tractor dealer for repair. To replace fuses pull the old fuse out of the clips with your finger. new fuse into the clips.

  • Page 93: Headlight

    13. Headlight bulb replacement Open the engine hood and lift up the edge of the bulb connector cover and pull it back. Push in and turn the bulb connector connector and bulb. Install the bulb, and then cutout in the headlight pushing it in, and then fit the rubber cover down Push and Twist...

  • Page 94: Long Term Storage

    LONG TERfVl STORAGE Preparation for storage The engine becomes very hot during operation after stopping. Allow Contact with a hot engine or exhaust burns or fires. Let the engine The following steps should be taken to protect it will be stored for longer than 30 days.

  • Page 95

    2. Change the engine NOTE: If the tractor engine hood, remove imately 1 oz.) of clean motor oil into the cylinder. Place the front P.T.O. front clutch several rotations OFF position. Reinstall Be sure to wear clutch. If the lawn tractor Allow it to cool before 3.

  • Page 96

    4. Store the tractor on a level surface parking brake lever set. 5. Cover the tractor to keep out dust. 6. Check tire air pressure Removal from storage 1. Check the battery tery, and install it in the tractor. 2. Remove the spark plug and check that it is clean and properly (see p.

  • Page 98: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Starter does not work; Main transmission other than NEUTRAL. Front or rear PTO clutch Loose or corroded terminal Blown fuse Battery run down Engine cranks but won’t No fuel in tank Choke not pulled out when is cold Disconnected spark plug cap- Faulty plug Blown fuse...

  • Page 99

    Incorrect valve Improper grade of fuel Improper attachment Extreme weather/barometric- conditions (altitude, temperature) Parking brake not released Brake dragging Excessive load Clogged air intake Excessive oil consumption Improper oil viscosity Oil leak Worn piston ring/cylinder- 1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Battery runs down frequently Loose or corroded terminal Low electrolyte...

  • Page 100

    Headlight not turned Blown light bulb Ignition key not turned Blown fuse Parking brake warning Blown fuse Faulty buzzer Fuel gauge not operated Blown fuse Faulty gauge [ BRAKES ] Poor brake performance Clutch pedal not depressed Excessive brake pedal play Brake linings worn Excessive inertia/weight...

  • Page 101

    1 STEERING Hard steering Insufficient tire pressure Differential lock applied Excessive weight Uneven weight Load towed too heav y~~follow Steers to one side or does not track straiaht Incorrect brake adjustment Incorrect front-end Uneven tire pressures Loose fasteners Loose wheel nuts 1 DIFFERENTIAL LOCK...

  • Page 102

    PTO does not rotate PTO lever not set in ON PTO cannot be installed Foreign matter on shaft splines Shaft not inserted sufficiently PTO lever will not shift into ON (gear noise heard) Clutch pedal not depressed Attachment still coasting inertia 1 HYDRAULIC LIFT 1...

  • Page 103: Specifications

    (0.9 ’ 2.3 km/h (1.4 km/h (2.0 5.1 km/h (3.2 km/h (4.2 10.7 km/h (6.6 Drive SPECIFICATIONS H5013 Honda FAHA in) with R.0.P.S Ibs) Ibs) valve, 1 cylinder cu in) x 2.5 in) shoe type (2 PR), 0.8 kg/cm2 four-wheel...

  • Page 104

    Dependent Live independent ASAE “0” teeth (female) INV. spline 2,000 rpm at engine 2,650 rpm at engine 12V-30AH BPRGES-11 12V-25W 12v-1.7w H5013 Honda FAHA (0.5 mile) (0.8 mile) (1 .l mile) (1.7 mile) U.S. U.S. U.S. (1,280 psi) U.S. qt) with rear hydraulic...

  • Page 105

    Owner Satisfaction Your satisfaction and goodwill Honda warranty details ty. Normally, any problems dealer’s service department. been handled to your action: Discuss your problem complaints can be quickly already been reviewed the dealership or the General If your problem still has not been resolved to your satisfaction, American Honda P.O.

  • Page 106

    When you write or call, please provide the following information: • Model and serial numbers • Name of the dealer who sold the Honda power equipment to you • Name and address of the dealer who services your equipment •...

  • Page 107

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