Honda H6522 Owner's Manual

Compact tractor
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Table of Contents

Summary of Contents for Honda H6522

  • Page 3 HONDA MOTOR CO., a Honda tractor. operation and maintenance (Two Wheel is based on the H6522 is based on the latest the right to make changes incurring any obligation. may be reproduced a permanent part of the tractor MANUAL CAREFULLY.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. SAFETY INFORMATION 2. SERIAL NUMBERS 3. COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION 4. CONTROLS INSTRUMENT PANEL 1. Engine switch 2. Fuel gauge 3. Coolant temperature 4. Tachometer 5. Hour meter 6. Oil pressure 7. Charge system 8. Parking brake indicator/warning 9. Headlight switch/indicator 10.
  • Page 5 1. Fuel ... 2. Tires/wheels UNDER-HOOD CHECKS 1. Open/close hood 2. Side column cover removal 3. Engine oil ... 4. Coolant 5. Battery 6. Fuel filter 7. Fan belt 8. Power steering 9. Radiator screen 10. Battery under tray ... OPERATOR-PLATFORM 1.
  • Page 6 9. MAINTENANCE ............... . 89 1 .
  • Page 7: Safety Information

    WARNING LABEL LOCATION Read these labels before operating,the Your Honda compact tant safety information. understand this information The labels should be considered label comes off or becomes compact tractor dealer for replacements. Tractor operated To avoid safety llRead operation. I Learn of all controls.
  • Page 8 H6522 the tractor or any equipment 1. Before operating Know your equipment before attempting Pay special attention itself.
  • Page 9 (12) Use only implements MENT LIMITATIONS weights to maintain upsets. Follow manuals included (13) The Honda H6522 rester. In some USDA-qualified before operating. authorized Honda tractor 2. Operating the tractor Never start engine seat.
  • Page 10 Pull only from the drawbar. point except drawbar; serious personal Do not operate or idle engine in a non-ventilated ide gas is colorless, Keep all shields damaged. Avoid sudden starts. uneven terrain, The tractor cannot turn with the differential so could be dangerous. Do not operate which may collapse...
  • Page 11 Always slow the tractor may tip the tractor Make sure that the Slow-Moving visible. Use slow-moving Observe all local traffic Turn the headlights Drive at speeds that allow you to maintain Do not apply the differential tractor will not turn correctly Avoid sudden movement loss of stability.
  • Page 12 Keep the PTO shaft cover in place at all times. cap when the shaft is not in use. Before installing turer’s manual equiprnent. Operate PTO-driven the tachometer. When operating tractor parking brake and place chocks behind and in front of the rear wheels.
  • Page 13 Do not remove radiator coolant recovery Disconnect electric components. To avoid sparks from an accidental the battery’s ground Do not attempt to mount a tire on a rim unless qualified all proper safety (IO) Provide adequate (11) Make sure that torque.
  • Page 14 Cover vent holes with damp rags, Do not allow the rag to touch the battery terminals. Attach the red clamp to the positive dead battery and clamp positive (red, (+) or pos.) termianl Clamp the other cable to the negative the helper battery.
  • Page 15: Serial Numbers

    Record the frame and engine the serial numbers when warranty inquires (see page 117). The frame serial number engine serial number compartment). Frame serial number: Engine serial number: FRAME NUMBER serial numbers ordering parts, and when is stamped on the right side of the frame. is stamped under 2.
  • Page 16: Component Identification

  • Page 18: Controls

  • Page 19: Engine Switch

    1. Engine switch Always remove tractor is unattended starting the engine. This tractor is equipped controls all the electrical Key positions: “START” to start the engine. to run the engine “ON” “OFF” to stop the engine. ENGINE SWITCH 1 NOTICE ( 0 o not leave the engine when the engine ,is not running...
  • Page 20: Fuel Gauge

    2. Fuel gauge The fuel gauge indicates It operates when the engine NOTE: When the engine switch indicate a false fuel level. When the fuel gauge needle enters under the red zone, it indicates amount of remaining soon as possible. FUEL GAUGE RED ZONE 3.
  • Page 21: Tachometer

    4. Tachometer Indicates the engine 5. Hour meter Indicates the tractor’s to the right is tenths speed only when the engine speed in revolutions TACHOMETER This line indicates which the rear attachment total accumulated of an hour. The hour meter will run at actual is running at 2150 HOUR...
  • Page 22: Oil Pressure Warning Light

    6. Oil pressure warning The oil pressure warning ficient oil pressure or when the engine switch not running. If the light should stay on while operating safe location, turn the engine off, and check the engine oil level (see page 41).
  • Page 23: Parking Brake Indicator/Warning Buzzer

    8. Parking brake indicator There is a parking brake indicator to release the parking When the parking brake is applied, When the transmission buzzer sounds. 1 NOTICE 1 Operating the tractor damage to the brake lining, and could lead to a complete failure.
  • Page 24: Headlight Switch/Indicator

    9. Headlight switch/indicator The headlight switch 1 NOTICE 1 p. or visibility Reduce speed when ED-High beam (The headlight, dicator lights turn on.) %O-Low beam (The headlight, OFF- Headlight is off. HEADLIGHT INDICATOR 10. Flashing (Hazard) Turn the warning lights on by moving its center position.
  • Page 25: 1. Glow Plug Indicator

    11. Glow plug continuity The glow plug continuity flowing to the glow plug. The indicator turns on when the engine switch position, and it turns off when position. 12. Storage of Owner’s Remove the side pocket Be sure to close the vinyl bag securely. OWNER’S MANUAL VINYL BAG indicator...
  • Page 26: Operating Controls

    OPERATING CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL -‘/)$$G CLUTCH PEDAL RANGE SEI .ECTOR ’ PTO SELECTOR-‘+n 1. Throttle lever The throttle lever controls speed); it will stay in any designated PARKIYG BRAKE LOCK engine speed from SLOW position. THROtiLE LEVER ROTTLE LEVER THROTTLE PEDAL MAIN TRANSMISSION 0 ANd FOUR-WHEEL VE SELECTOR...
  • Page 27: Throttle Pedal

    2. Throttle pedal The throttle pedal should be used with the throttle position. Depress the pedal to increase foot from the pedal causes the engine speed to decrease. when operating on roads or transporting another. The minimum of the throttle lever.
  • Page 28: Brake Pedal

    4. Brake pedal The brake pedals operate the brakes on the rear wheels left and right brakes pedals with the connector interconnected. Depressing the brake pedal hard while the tractor cause damage to the tractor is depressed first. Driving the tractor the brake lining.
  • Page 29: Main Transmission Selector/Transmission Range Selector

    6. Main transmission Nine forward speeds main transmission selector SPECIFICATIONS, page 115). The main transmission while driving without transmission range selector the tractor or shift speeds. Always come to a full stop before shifting speeds. Always come to a full stop and depress transmission range selector.
  • Page 30: Differential Lock Pedal

    8. Differential lock pedal When greater straight-line pushing and holding wheels to rotate at the same speed. For normal operation, be released (unlocked) rotate at a different To release the lock remove For operation of the differential DIFFERENTIAL LOCK 9. Seat adjusting lever Raise the adjusting lever under the seat to adjust the seat position.
  • Page 31: Attachment Operation System

    ATTACHMENT OPERATION LOWERING SPEED CONTROL SELECTOR 1. PTO clutch lever Use the PTO (Power various PTO shafts. Lever positions: “ON” Connects “OFF” Disconnects SYSTEM REAR Pi0 SHAFT Take Off) clutch to connect the PTO (s). power power from the PTO is). TATIONARY PTO SWITCH PTO CLUTCH...
  • Page 32: Pto Selector

    2. PTO Selector Power may be transmitted both. Before moving “OFF”..Rear PTO is powered. ri-, ..Both PTOs are powered. &m ..Mid PTO is powered. PTO SELECTOR 3.
  • Page 33: Rear Pto Shaft/Cover

    4. Rear PTO shaft/shaft The rear PTO shaft transmits installed at the rear of the tractor. Install the cover over the shaft whenever Operating shaft is very hazardous on the rotating shaft. REAR PTO SHAFT 5. Lift control lever The attachment operating the hydraulic The attachment...
  • Page 34: Lift Control Stop

    6. Lift control stop Use the lift control stop to hold the attachment at the desired position. Determine the position where the attachment is lowered using the lift con- trol lever and set the lift control stop at the position. The attachment be returned to the position.
  • Page 35: Lowering Speed Control

    7. Lowering speed control The lowering speed of the hydraulic justing the lowering the lowering speed whenever Turning the knob clockwise Turning the knob counter-clockwise Turning knob system. Do not overtighten To adjust the lowering 1. Park the tractor 1500 to 2000 and set the parking 2.
  • Page 36: Auxiliary Hydraulic Port

    8. Auxiliary Hydraulic Various attachments hydraulic system through The hydraulic circuit hose is connected to the port. The precision components dirt and foreign material. Be sure to stop the engine when connecting auxiliary hydraulic Be sure the connections is clean before connecting Keep the provided ment connected.
  • Page 37: Pre-Operation Checks

    For your personal safety perform checks before using your tractor. Before beginning a pre-operation The tractor is parked on a level surface. The parking brake is set, the main transmission and the PTO clutch Any attachment is lowered the “DOWN” position.
  • Page 38: Fuel

    1. Fuel level Fuel tank capacity: 17 lit. (4.5 Turn the engine switch Refill the tank to the upper level if necessary. the upper level line. Use ONLY clean high-quality Recommended fuel specifications: Use No. 2-D fuel at temperatures Use No. 1-D fuel at temperatures Use No.
  • Page 39 NOTE: Do not remove can. After refueling, tighten NOTE: Fuels vary in their formulation Always purchase fresh fuel. A summer-grade fuel which the engine from running. A winter-grade fuel used in summer may not sufficiently Keep the fuel tank filled to prevent Bacteria grow at the...
  • Page 40: Tires/Wheels

    2. Tires/wheels Check the tire pressure Turf tire pressure: AG tire pressure: High float tire pressure: Check that the lug nuts and bolts on each wheel are securely Torque: Front wheel Rear wheel piEiq Every day, check the lug nuts and bolts daily for security hours of operation, retighten them every 50 hours.
  • Page 41: Under-Hood Checks

    UNDER-HOOD CHECKS 1. Opening/closing the hood To open the hood, pull the hood release knob and lift the hood. Secure the hood with the hood support The hood can accidentally secured with the hood support To close, take the support hood slowly, then close it securely Hood removal/installation...
  • Page 42: Side Column Cover Removal

    2. Side column cover removal Open the hood, remove the nut and bolt, and pull the side column cover up. Then, the side column cover can be removed. SIDE COLUMN COVER The side column cover can be installed in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 43: Engine Oil

    3. Engine Oil @!%!%I Engine oil is a major factor service life. Running engine damage. Non-detergent recommended. SAE 10 W-30 diesel oil certified requirements for API Service for Service CC or CD will show this designation SAE 10 W-30 is recommended appropriate viscosity NOTE:...
  • Page 44: Coolant

    4. Coolant Open the hood and check the coolant If the level is near the MIN level. Coolant Recommendation Use high quality ethylene for use in aluminum water or distilled water. A 50/50 mixture of ethylene for most temperatures concentration of antifreeze mended only if additional...
  • Page 45 If there is no coolant checked for leaks and repaired to the radiator and reserve coolant could result. Never Wait until the engine until it stops. DO NOT PRESS DOWN any remaining pressure down and again turning radiator, and reinstall the cap. Be sure to tighten tank up to the MAX once the engine reaches...
  • Page 46: Battery

    5. Battery electrolyte 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 104). Batteries produce explode the battery Provide adequate Keep sparks and flames Follow...
  • Page 47: Fuel Filter

    6. Fuel Filter Inspect the filter bowl for dirt, water, filter if necessary (see page 102). 7. Fan belt Check the belt for tension, belt with about 98N The belt should deflect correct, or if it is damaged dealer. and other contaminants. Turn the fuel valve damage, and wear.
  • Page 48: Power Steering Belt

    8. Power steering belt Check the belt for tension, belt with about 98 N (22 lb) of force. (0.3-0.4 in). If the belt tension contact your Honda Compact 9. Radiator screen Remove the screen from the front of the radiator. other obstructions from the screen Also remove...
  • Page 49: Battery Under Tray

    10. Battery under-tray Remove the two knobs and pull out the under-tray. Clean dirt, leaves, other obstructions from the screen and reinstall it. Tighten the two knobs securely.
  • Page 50: Operator-Platform Checks

    OPERATOR PLATFORM 1. Steering Push the steering wheel measurable movement. With the front wheels the steering wheel should not exceed front wheels start to move. If excessive movement dealer immediately. 2. 1 .ights Turn the engine switch (1) Check whether the headlights, with headlight...
  • Page 51: Clutch Pedal

    3. Clutch pedal Measure the clutch free play from the fully released which you feel resistance. in). If the free play is out of adjustment, tor dealer. 4. Brake pedal Release the parking brake. Move the connector pedals. Push each brake pedal individually play should be 20-30 same for each pedal.
  • Page 52: Parking Brake Warning Buzzer

    5. Parking brake warning With the parking brake set, turn the engine switch transmission selector The buzzer should stop when the parking brake is released. Set the parking brake and turn the engine does not operate correctly, PARKING BRAKE WARNING BUZZER - buzzer out of neutral (N).
  • Page 53: Safety Interlock System

    6. Safety interlock system This tractor is equipped of inhibitor switches the engine from being started correct starting followed. Do not operate if any part of the does operate system does not operate contact your Honda dealer. the tractor is clear of people, and obstructions.
  • Page 54 PTO Clutch Lever 1. Set the parking brake 2. Move Clutch “ON”. 3. Move Main Selector neutral (N). 4. Turn engine “START”. The engine should not start. 5. Turn engine and move the PTO Clutch “OFF”. Brake switch Release the parking Keep your foot away pedal.
  • Page 55 Seat switch 1. Set the parking brake 2. Move Clutch “OFF” Move Main Selector to neutral 4. Rise up slightly from the seat and turn engine “START”. The engine should not start. 5. Turn engine and sit down. Lever Transmission (N).
  • Page 56: Operation

    6. OPERATION 1. Starting the engine Exhaust cause loss of consciousness enclosed area. Be sure to provide 1. Open the hood and turn the fuel filter valve Close the hood. 2. Adjust the seat to a comfortable 3. Set the parking brake.
  • Page 57 4. Move the main transmission lever to the “OFF” MAIN TRANSMISSION SELECTOR 5. Move the throttle 6. Turn the engine switch engine starts. ENGINE FWITCH ’ nning the starter the motor. If the engine fails to start, release the engine switch 10 seconds before NOTE:...
  • Page 58 7. Return throttle lever position where engine speed becomes 1,000-l ,500 r.p.m and warm up the engine for about minutes. &@ --__ -----__ THROTiLti LEVER...
  • Page 59: Starting/Driving

    2. Starting/driving Before operating understand the tractor 1. Interlock the brake pedals with the connector 2. 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...
  • Page 60 To release the seat belt, buckle latch tongue plate. Be sure twisted before seat belt should across the hips and as snug as possi- ble to provide proper protection. If a rear attachment soon, raise the attachment clockwise to lock the attachment LIFT CONTROL LEVER Move the throttle the transmission...
  • Page 61 5. Move the main transmission cannot be moved button. MAIN TRANSMI SELECTOR 6. Release parking sound if the parking moved out of neutral.) 7. Increase the engine speed slightly tle pedal. Slowly selector from the neutral (N) position brake. (The parking brake is set and the main transmission with either the throttle...
  • Page 62 8. Adjust your speed throttle. The main transmission without depressing more abruptly. Do not especially with the range selector which may cause you to lose control. Set the throttle lever to the “SLIOW” tor with the throttle engine speed released. 1 NOTICE 1 Bring the tractor to a full stop before...
  • Page 63: Warm Up And Break In Operation

    3. Warm up and break in operation Warm Let the tractor warm up for about 5 minutes engine, transmission, ponents to come up to normal operating tractor may cause premature Break in Your Honda compact special care taken during its first 50 hours of operation its service life.
  • Page 64: Stopping The Engine

    5. Stopping the engine In an emergency: Turn the engine switch Depress the clutch In normal use: Move the throttle Depress the clutch Move the main transmission f3hcE ~DALS OFF. and brake pedal. lever to “SLOW.” THROTTLE LEVER and brake pedals simultaneously. selector to “NEUTRAL”.
  • Page 65 Move the PTO clutch lever to OFF. PTO CLUTCH LEVER Lower the attachment fully with the lift control lever. brake. Set the parking PARK BRAKE LOCK...
  • Page 66 Turn the engine To avoid injury to yourself tor unattended, ALWAYS: take-off (PTO), lower engine and remove the key. switch key to the OFF position and others, park on level the attachment, set the parking and remove before leaving ground, disengage the power brake,...
  • Page 67: Turning

    6. Turning Turning the tractor at excessive rain can cause the tractor before turning. To prevent accidental Never make abrupt starts while the wheels Slow down before making Avoid sharp turns in rutty or uneven Connect the right and left brake pedals with the connector when making a tight turn by depressing...
  • Page 68 2. Slow the tractor and raise any attachment. 3. While turning the steering the direction of the turn. 4. Release the brake while returning position. j-iiGiq Us’ mg the brakes to turrn while on grass will tend to damage the turf.
  • Page 69: How To Use The Differential

    7. How to use the differential DIFFERENTIAL LO When used properly, nient. However, improper could also damage the drive train. lock. The differential lock is most useful in situations surface causes one of the rear wheels Operation 1. Shift the transmission 2.
  • Page 70 4. To release the differential bring the tractor to a full stop, shift the main transmission 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...
  • Page 71 8. Two and four-wheel Two or four wheel drive can be selected drive selector. Prior to shifting, set the steering ing the tractor to a complete NOTE: If difficulty is encountered gears by driving the tractor engaged. We recommend that you select the two wheel drive or the four wheel drive according to the terrain .
  • Page 72: Use Of Power Steering

    9. Use of power steering The power steering Steering effort will increase When you turn the wheel relieve excess pressure. happens. Avoid this condition to the steering system. the front tires are caught damage and possible Do not make large movements not running.
  • Page 73: Attachment Limitation

    10. Attachment limitations The use of Honda HTA attachments ceeds the weight limits described not conform to the sizes and weights the operator may be hurt or the tractor Never use attachments Never use counterweights Table. Any malfunction or damage to the tractor is unwarrantable sequence of use of attachments Attachment...
  • Page 74 1 Max. load at lower link Size and Weight Limits by Attachments Attachment Rotary Mower 3-blade Snow Blower Dozer Blade Tiller Trailer Sweeper Front end Loader Back Hoe NOTE: The above limits tractor. 4WDe2WD 1 407 “CO”/TERwE,GHT lnstallatlon Item Max. cutting width Max weight...
  • Page 75 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 increases especially...
  • Page 76 2. Maximum tongue 40 kg k 5 kg (88 Ibs I?I 11 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 77 Counterweight and recommended When an attachment may be affected. The specified the stability of the tractor. Under no circumstances ment, counterweights Failure to follow this precaution damage to your tractor The total number of the counterweights are shown in the table below. Attachment Mid-Mount Rotary...
  • Page 78 Use the following combinations and the 8H 6575 backhoe. FL 6555 Front loader Counter weight box: 272 Liquid tire ballast: Ag tire 45 kg (100 Ibs) per rear wheel Rear wheel weight: Ag tire One 27 kg (60 Ibs) per rear wheel FL 6555 Front loader and BH 6575 Liquid tire ballast:...
  • Page 79 Operation with rear attachment When the tiller or other rear attachment optional counter weight Use the table below and determine the attachments other than listed in the previous 1. Rear Attachment number in the required. NOTE: This table is based on each counterweight kg (35 Ibs).
  • Page 80 2. Front Attachment Fill the rear counterweight structions given in the table below. 0: Counterweight unnecessary : Attachment should not be used COUNTERWEIGHT and Counterweight Table. box. with sand in accordance with the in- Distance between center attachment side wheel center of gravity of attachment.
  • Page 81: On A Slope

    11. Operation 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 82: Uphill Starting Procedure

    12. 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 down a slope may cause the tractor 1. Depress the brake pedal and hold it down.
  • Page 83: Recommended Working Speed

    13. Recommended working Select a safe and correct operating the chart below. Kin/h mile/h AAAAA & 12312 MAIN TRANS- MISSION SHIFT RANGE 11122 rRANSMlSSlON 3ANGE SELECTOR SHIFT RANGE The gear range listed above speed speed as per the instructions TRAILER is for an engine speed is 2,600 shown a10111513141515...
  • Page 84: Transporting

    7. TRANSPORTING Transporting The engine and remain hot for a while after stopping. ponents or the exhaust materials. Avoid touching the engine or exhaust the engine has stopped. tractor. Towing the tractor another vehicle can damage Transport the tractor keep the tractor level while transporting.
  • Page 85 3. After loading, apply the parking key. 4. Tie the tractor down Tie-down hooks should shown below. Use heavy-duty restraints the trailer. Both front outward from tractor. To avoid damaging around or near them when FRONT cr===b brake and remove securely.
  • Page 86: Installing An Attachment

    8. INSTALLING Before installing or using any attachment, and precautions. To prevent before installing or adjusting 1. Rear 3-point hitch link installation - 1. Set the stab bolt on the check link, and install the check link on the right and left lower washers.
  • Page 88: Rear 3-Point Hitch Attachment Installation

    2. Rear 3-point hitch attachment Park the tractor on firm, level ground and set the parking brake. Move the main transmission selector Remove the engine switch Installing, engine running is dangerous the engine switch to prevent a. Place the lift control DOWN position the lower...
  • Page 89 Install the driveline attachments. Push and hold the lockpin slide driveline the PTO shaft. Move the driveline and forth to be sure the lockpin is seated. Use the turnbuckle right side of the lift rod to get the attachment horizontal. justing, secure with a lock nut.
  • Page 90: Maintenance

    9. MAINTENANCE Periodic maintenance good operating condition. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. To avoid carbon monoxide ming any maintenance. or even partially enclosed, amount of exhaust the area is well-ventilated. To avoid serious maintenance. Shut the engine off and set the parking maintenance. To prevent accidental The tractor...
  • Page 91: Tool Kit

    1. Tool kit tools supplied maintenance, simple adjustments The tool kit is stored The tool kit as well as the Owner’s 8 x 12 OPEN END WRENCH IO x 12 OPEN END WRENCH IO x 14 OPEN END WRENCH 17 x 19 OPEN END WRENCH No.2 SCREWDRIVER SCREWDRIVER PLIERS...
  • Page 92: Maintenance Schedule

    2. Maintenance schedule REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD (31 ITEM Engine oil Battery electrolyte Air cleaner Radiator screen Banery under tray Radiator coolant Inter lock system operation Seat switch ’ EACH Clean I Brake switch P.T.O. select switch FIRST 50 HRS 1 0 (1)
  • Page 93 REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD (3) ITEM Fuel filter 1 Fuel burnt filter Engine oil filter Transmission oil filter Front axle oil Fuel line (Replace if necessary) Fuel tank All fasteners (for tightness) Ludrication points Tie-rods (for bending, ball-joints (for looseness) Toe-in Valve clearance Injection nozzle NOTE:...
  • Page 94: Engine Oil Change

    3. Engine oil change Engine oil is a major factor affecting Used motor oil mav cause skin cancer if reoeatedlv tact with the skin for prolonged Although this is unlikely, still advisable to thoroughly as possible after handling Oil check interval: Oil change interval:...
  • Page 95 After draining is complete, condition (replace Refill with the recommended the dipstick with the handle ring of the dipstick 41). Install the oil filler cap securely. Start the engine and allow it to warm to normal operating Stop the engine and recheck Please dispose of used mdtor oil in a manner that doesn’t NOTE:...
  • Page 96: Air Cleaner Service

    4. Air cleaner service If you operate the tractor often than specified Operating the engine without Element check interval: Element change interval: Element cleaning 1. Open the engine hood. 2. Remove the wing nut and remove 3. Remove the wing bolt and the air cleaner element. WING NUT AIR CLEANER ELEMENT 4.
  • Page 97 Pre-air cleaner inspection/cleaning Inspection Check inside of the pre-air cleaner for contamination discharge port for clogging. Cleaning 1. Loosen the clip and disconnect cleaner. 2. Remove the two bolts and remove the pre-air cleaner from the radiator shroud. 3. Remove dust, cleaner and fan, and wipe them clean.
  • Page 98: Transmission Fluid

    5. Transmission fluid Contaminated transmission sliding and the rotating Check the transmission Oil check interval: Every 50 hours Oil change interval: After (Consult with an authorized Use only DEXRON@ II Automatic or changing fluid. piiiq Use only DEXRON @ II in the transmission tractor hydraulic system.
  • Page 99 3. If the oil level is near or below the lower level mark, remove the filler cap and add fresh transmission If the transmission period, the hydraulic system Honda compact tractor fluid to the upper level mark on the dipstick. fluid level dropped might be faulty.
  • Page 100: Power Steering Fluid

    6. Power steering fluid Check the power steering Fluid check interval: Recommended fluid: Genuine Set the steering wheel the power steering fluid level is between on the reservoir tank. If the level is near or at the lower level mark, remove fluid to the upper level mark.
  • Page 101: Front Axle Case Oil Change (A4 Type Only)

    7. Front axle case oil change Oil check change interval: Recommended oil: SAE 1 OW-30 Oil capacity: 3.0 e (3.2 Remove the right and left axle air bleed plugs and drain plugs to drain the oil. After draining, tighten specified level through bleed plug securely.
  • Page 102: All Fasteners Tightness/Lubrication Points

    8. All fasteners tightness/lubrication Check all nuts, bolts and fasteners Check and apply grease Recommended Grease: Fastener tightness/lubrication points and tighten where noted. SAE Multipurpose Grease interval: Every 50 hours securely if necessary.
  • Page 103 Lubrication points (cont’d) Check and apply grease where noted. Recommended grease: SAE Multipurpose Grease,...
  • Page 104: Fuel Filter

    9. Fuel filter Diesel fuel is extremely condition. Do not smoke Filter check interval: Filter cleaning interval: 1. Open the engine hood and remove the left side column cover (see page 40). 2. Turn the fuel valve to the OFF position. 3.
  • Page 105: Radiator Core Cleaning

    10. Radiator core cleaning Remove any debris from radiator Radiator core cleaning 1. Open the engine 2. Remove the battery 3. Remove the radiator 4. Remove any debris from radiator RADIATOR core. interval: Every 100 hours hood. (see page 105). screen.
  • Page 106: Battery Service

    11. Battery service Refilling battery fluid If the tractor is operated battery plate damage If rapid loss of electrolyte weak, causing slow authorized Honda compact Open the engine hood and check the electrolyte Fill the battery with distilled battery. The battery contains causes burns.
  • Page 107 Battery cleaning If the battery terminals and clean the terminals. Removal: 1. Open the engine 2. Remove battery hold down. 3. Disconnect the negative positive (+I battery 4. Remove the battery. 5. Clean the terminals with a solution of baking soda and warm water, the solution of water Clean the battery...
  • Page 108: Wheel Removal

    12. Wheel removal Do not attempt to remove ground. Do not attempt to remove and knowledge to do so properly. Tires weighted Use appropriate lifting and supporting 1. Set the parking brake and put the transmission 2. Block wheels counterclockwise 3.
  • Page 109: Fuse Replacement

    13. Fuse replacement When frequent fuse failure occurs, overload in the electrical tractor dealer for repair. The main fuse panel is located sub-fuse panel is located Fuse replacement Turn the engine switch ing fuses to prevent Main fuse: Open the lid and check for the blown out fuse. it usually indicates system.
  • Page 110 Sub fuse: To replace subfuse pull the old fuse out of the clips with your finger. a new fuse into the clips. Specified rating Main fuse: Main circuit Sub fuse: Flashing (Hazterd) Relay 5A, Glow fuel control Never Serious damage to the electrical BLOWN FUSE 50 A, Glow circuit...
  • Page 111: Bulb Replacement

    14. Bulb replacement Headlight bulb 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 over the connector.
  • Page 112: Long Term Storage

    10. LONG TERfUi STORAGE Storage The engine becomes after stopping. Allow Contact with a hot engine or exhaust burns or fires. Let the engine When storing, unauthorized persons avoid the danger of exhaust closed building without When the tractor will not be operated clean the tractor and perform 1.
  • Page 113 Drain the radiator. Lower the implement Remove the battery to the proper level, 10. The battery runs down once a month in hot seasons seasons. 11. Store the tractor Removal from storage 1. Check the battery tery, and install it in the tractor. 2.
  • Page 114: Troubleshooting

    11. UROUBLESHOOTIBUG [ STARTER Starter does not work; 1. Operator not sitting properly 2. Main transmission set in other than NEUTRAL 3. P.T.O. clutch lever set in ON--o 4. Parking brake not locked or- brake pedal not depressed 5. Loose or corroded teminal 6.
  • Page 115 1 When the enaine is overheated Park the tractor in a safe place. Allow the engine to cool by running it at idle with the engine hood opened. Stop the engine after the engine level and clean the radiator If the needle of the temperature engine immediately.
  • Page 116 1 HYDRAULIC LIFT 1 Attachment will not raise or lower Lowering speed control closed Lift control lever left in -eSet LCWER position Insufficient oil in transmission-+Raise Pull to one side Uneven tire pressures -w Uneven brake pedal freeplay Brake pedals not connected- l-cEiiq Sluggish or heavy...
  • Page 117: Specifications

    Integral ball-and-nut 17 P (4.5 Selective sliding, 3 speeds Selective sliding, 4WD: 4-wheel drive 12. SPECIFICATIONS H6522 TZAD HI-FLOAT mm (102.0 1,245 mm (49.0 in) mm (73.9 mm (83.3 mm (62.6 mm (39.2 mm (38.8 mm (10.0 Ibs) 738 kg (1,627...
  • Page 118 Travel speeds ulT: Main transmission AT: Auxialiary transmission leverse ‘ransmission oil capacity ‘rant differential oil caoacitv IYDRAUUC SYSTEM Working pressure Pump type Oil Capacity ‘.T.D. Type Rear Rear Shaft Rear Speed iLECTRlCAL Batter4 NOTE: Travel speed refers to the speed when the engine runs at the rated speed (2,600 I refer to the speed when the engine runs at 2,800 Maximum speed in I TURF Tire...
  • Page 119: Warranty Service

    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 the Power Equipment American...
  • Page 120 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 •...
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  • Page 123: Wiring Diagram


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