Husqvarna HUV 5420 DXR Owner's Manual

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HUV 5420 DX
Homologated
R
Diesel Vehicle for Europe
Owner's Manual
[Refer to back cover for applicable build code range]

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    HUV 5420 DX Homologated Diesel Vehicle for Europe Owner’s Manual [Refer to back cover for applicable build code range]...

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    No other warranties, express or implied, are contained herein. Husqvarna is not liable for errors in this manual or for incidental or consequential damages that result from the use of the material in this manual.

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    For the name and address of the authorized Husqvarna dealer or distributor nearest you, logon to our web site at www.husqvarna.com. We hope you will consider this owner’s manual a permanent part of your Husqvarna vehicle. If you sell the vehicle, please include the manual so that the next owner will have the important operating, safety, and maintenance information it contains.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Decal and Feature Identification ... 4 Practice Safety ... 6 Safety Details ... 7 General Warnings... 8 General Information ...11 Model Identification...11 Controls and Indicators ... 12 Roll-Over Protective Structure and Seat Belts... 17 Pre-Operation and Daily Safety Checklist ... 20 Driving Instructions ...

  • Page 6: Safety Decal And Feature Identification

    SAFETY DECAL AND FEATURE IDENTIFICATION The following pages contain safety decal and feature identification information. For detailed information on specific features, read the appropriate section in this manual. HUSQVARNA HUV 5420 DX Decal, Hot Surface Warning (on coolant pipes and 102458901...

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    HUSQVARNA HUV 5420 DX Decal, Trailer Hitch Tongue Weight Notice (on 1011553 trailer/receiver hitch) Decal, Crush Area Warning (behind seat, near 101609401 cargo bed) 102224001 Decal, Rotating Parts Warning (on frame) Decal, Bed Latch Warning (on vehicle body, below 102459301...

  • Page 8: Practice Safety

    Practice Safety PRACTICE SAFETY Figure 1 Practice Safety Safety signs like you see above may at first seem shocking, but their impact is mild compared with the reality of severe personal injury. Your safety and satisfaction are of the utmost importance to us. That is why before operating the vehicle, we urge you to review the information in this manual.

  • Page 9: Safety Details

    SAFETY DETAILS WARNING • This owner’s manual should be read completely before attempting to drive or service the vehicle. Failure to follow the instructions in this manual could result in property damage, severe personal injury, or death. • The homologated diesel vehicle is equipped to operate at a top speed of 25 mph (40 km/h) and is intended for use as a low-speed vehicle.

  • Page 10: General Warnings

    • The vehicle will not provide protection from lightning, flying objects, or other storm-related hazards. If caught in a storm while driving a Husqvarna vehicle, exit the vehicle and seek shelter in accordance with applicable safety guidelines for your location.

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    WARNING drop cargo bed; lower gently and keep entire body clear. Failure to heed this warning could result in severe personal injury or death. • Only trained technicians should service or repair the vehicle. Anyone doing even simple repairs or service should have knowledge and experience in electrical and mechanical repair.

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    Responsibility for environmental protection must be shared, not only by the manufacturers of the batteries, but by people who use the batteries as well. Please contact your nearest Husqvarna dealer or distributor for information on how to properly recycle your batteries. 1403...

  • Page 13: General Information, Model Identification

    This homologated vehicle is designed for operation on public roads. Its construction also allows operation on rough terrain with inclines not exceeding 20%. This manual includes operating procedures, maintenance, and regular servicing information for the Husqvarna HUV 5420 DX vehicles that have been homologated for Europe.

  • Page 14: Controls And Indicators

    Controls and Indicators CONTROLS AND INDICATORS See General Warnings on page 8. WARNING • Before allowing anyone to drive the vehicle, make sure the driver is familiar with all controls and operating procedures. • Do not tamper with the high idle speed setting on the diesel vehicle. Doing so will void the warranty, as well as damage the engine and other components, and could result in property damage, personal injury, or death due to unsafe speeds.

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    NEUTRAL (middle) position. The engine must be at idle before shifting the Forward/Reverse handle. See preceding WARNING and CAUTION. Husqvarna vehicles operate at a reduced speed in reverse. The reverse buzzer will sound as a warning when the Forward/Reverse handle is in the REVERSE position.

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    Controls and Indicators BRAKE LIGHTS The brake lights illuminate when the brake pedal is pressed. When the park brake is engaged, the brake lights will turn off. See following NOTE. NOTE: When the key switch is in the OFF position, the brake lights are disabled. PARK BRAKE The park brake pedal (3) is located to the left of the brake pedal (Figure 7).

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    12-VOLT ACCESSORY OUTLET The 12-volt accessory outlet (11) is located to the right of the key switch (Figure 7). It provides a constant 12VDC with the key switch in the ON or OFF position. See following NOTE. NOTE: Extended use of this accessory outlet can cause the battery to become heavily discharged. LOW OIL WARNING LIGHT The low oil warning light (9) is located on the instrument panel just to the left of the steering column (Figure 7).

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    If the warning light lights up, stop the vehicle and allow it to idle for approximately five minutes before stopping the engine. Contact a Husqvarna dealer/distributor or a trained technician. See following WARNING.

  • Page 19: Roll-over Protective Structure And Seat Belts

    See following WARNING. WARNING • The ROPS must be properly installed before operating the vehicle. Husqvarna strongly urges that the vehicle’s occupants be properly restrained at all times with the seat belts provided. Pregnant woman: Consult your doctor for specific recommendations. The seat belt should be worn securely and as low as possible over the hips and not on the waist.

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    • The Husqvarna vehicle is not designed to meet child seat compatibility requirements. Children requiring a child safety seat must not ride on the vehicle. Comply with state and local laws pertaining to child safety.

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    NOTE: Use care to avoid excessively decreasing seat tension. Excessive adjustment will cause the adjustment bolt to disengage from its bracket, and the adjustment handle will not function properly. If the adjustment bolt becomes disengaged from its bracket, it must be hand-threaded back into the bracket. Figure 11 Driver Seat Adjustments Seat Locks Three locks (5) secure the driver seat to the vehicle.

  • Page 22: Pre-operation And Daily Safety Checklist

    Use the following list, in addition to the Pre-Operation and Daily Safety Checklist, as a guide to inspect the vehicle daily for proper operation. Any problems should be corrected by a Husqvarna dealer/distributor or a trained technician.

  • Page 23: Driving Instructions

    • For night use, the vehicle must be equipped with headlights, taillights, and reflectors. • The vehicle is not specially equipped for handicapped persons: – Be sure all passengers are capable of securing themselves in a moving Husqvarna vehicle before allowing them to ride in one.

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    Driving Instructions WARNING • To help prevent overturning the vehicle, drive slowly straight up and down slopes. Avoid driving the vehicle on slopes exceeding 20% incline. • Avoid stopping a loaded vehicle on a hill. If a loaded vehicle must be stopped on a hill, avoid sudden starts or rolling backwards and stopping suddenly.

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    ALL-WHEEL DRIVE (AWD) OPERATION The Husqvarna HUV 5420 DX features an all-wheel drive (AWD) system. The AWD system automatically directs power to the wheel, or wheels, that have the most traction, providing optimum traction at all times. For example, if all wheels except the rear passenger-side wheel lose traction, then power will be directed to the rear passenger-side wheel.

  • Page 26: Loading And Unloading Cargo, Vehicle Load Capacities

    Loading and Unloading Cargo CAUTION • When stopped on a hill, use the brake pedal to hold your position. Do not use the accelerator pedal to hold position. PARKING AND LEAVING THE VEHICLE After stopping the vehicle, firmly set the park brake. Make sure it is fully engaged. This will prevent the vehicle from rolling.

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    A + B + C + Vehicle Weight: Maximum gross vehicle weight Figure 13 Vehicle Load Capacity – Two-Passenger Vehicles HUV 5420 DX Husqvarna HUV 5420 DX Diesel Vehicles 400 lb. (181 kg) 706 lb. (323 kg) 150 lb. force (667 N) 1106 lb.

  • Page 28: Towing With The Vehicle, Transporting On A Trailer

    • For use on public roads, the trailer must meet all federal, state, and local requirements such as taillights, brake lights, etc. • Do not tow a Husqvarna vehicle behind a passenger vehicle or truck on a public road unless it is on an approved trailer.

  • Page 29: Storage

    4.2. Disconnect the fuel vent line from the fuel tank vent nipple (Figure 27). 4.3. Plug the fuel tank vent nipple so that it is air tight. Husqvarna recommends using a slip-on vinyl cap. Change engine oil. See Engine Oil and Filter Change on page 34.

  • Page 30: Maintenance

    Any vehicle not functioning correctly should not be used until it is properly repaired. This will prevent further damage to the vehicle and help prevent injury to occupants resulting from unsafe conditions. Contact your local Husqvarna dealer/distributor for repairs and semiannual and annual periodic service. WARNING •...

  • Page 31: Periodic Service Schedule

    WARNING • If wires are removed or replaced make sure wiring and wire harness are properly routed and secured. Failure to properly route and secure wiring could result in vehicle malfunction, property damage, personal injury, or death. • Lift only one end of the vehicle at a time. Use a suitable lifting device (chain hoist or hydraulic floor jack) with 1000 lb.

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    Periodic Service Schedule PERIODIC SERVICE SCHEDULE REGULAR INTERVAL Daily service by owner or trained technician Monthly service by owner or trained technician Semiannual service by trained technician only (or every 50 hours of operation, whichever comes first) Page 30 HUV 5420 DX Homologated Diesel Vehicle for Europe Owner’s Manual SERVICE Pre-Operation and Daily Safety Checklist...

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    PERIODIC SERVICE SCHEDULE REGULAR INTERVAL Annual service by trained technician only (or every 100 hours of operation, whichever comes first) WARNING • If any problems are found during scheduled inspection or service, do not operate vehicle until repairs are made. Failure to make necessary repairs could result in fire, property damage, severe personal injury, or death.

  • Page 34: Periodic Lubrication Schedule

    Periodic Lubrication Schedule PERIODIC LUBRICATION SCHEDULE PERIODIC LUBRICATION SCHEDULE REGULAR INTERVAL SERVICE First change 50 hours – additional change for both every 100 hours of operation Change engine oil and oil filter or annually, whichever comes first. Monthly by owner or trained Driveshaft technician Semiannually by owner or...

  • Page 35: Brake Fluid Reservoir, Engine Oil

    BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR Figure 15 Brake Fluid and Coolant Access The brake fluid reservoir (1) is located under the hood (Figure 15). Raise the hood to check the brake fluid level. During the brake fluid level inspection, also inspect the following: •...

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    Engine Oil ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK Remove the oil level dipstick from the oil filler tube and wipe oil from the dipstick (Figure 17). See following CAUTION. CAUTION • Do not remove dipstick while engine is running. Check oil level by fully inserting the dipstick into the tube and immediately removing it. If the oil level is at or below the low level mark on the dipstick gauge, add oil to the engine until the level is between low and full levels (safe level).

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    From the underside of the vehicle, use a socket or wrench to remove the drain plug (1). Turn the plug counterclockwise and drain the engine oil into the pan. See following WARNING. WARNING • Do not attempt to change engine oil when the engine is hot or even warm. Hot engine oil can cause skin burns.

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    (Figure 20). Install the new oil filter (P/N 603 00 00-41) onto the engine oil filter port. See following NOTE. NOTE: Use only Husqvarna oil filters designed for your engine. Tighten the oil filter by hand 2/3 turn after gasket contact. Do not use a band wrench or channel lock pliers.

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    Engine Oil Filling Add engine oil; use a funnel or pour spout to direct the oil into the opening (Figure 21). With filter change, the engine requires 3 qt. (2.8 L) of oil. Refer to oil viscosity guidelines for selection of oil grade (Figure 22). See following CAUTION.

  • Page 40: Gearcase Lubrication

    Gearcase Lubrication GEARCASE LUBRICATION NOTE: Dispose of used oil according to the environmental laws and regulations for your area. LUBRICATION LEVEL CHECK FOR FRONT DIFFERENTIAL, TRANSMISSION, AND REAR DIFFERENTIAL Each gearcase component is equipped with two oil port plugs (1 and 2) (Figure 23, Figure 24, and Figure 25). When the vehicle is on a level surface, use the level indicator hole (upper plug) (1) as a lubricant level indicator.

  • Page 41: Engine Coolant

    Check the level of lubricant at the level indicator plug (1). Apply Loctite 567 to the threads of the level indicator plug and tighten to 21 ft-lb (28 N·m). Rear differential: Clean and install the drain plug (2) and washer before filling the rear differential with new lubricant (Figure 25). Tighten the drain plug to 96 in-lb (10.8 N·m).

  • Page 42: Air Intake System

    Remove the air filter cartridge (1). See following NOTE. NOTE: The air filter cartridge is specifically designed for this engine. It only fits into the canister one way. Use only the Husqvarna part (P/N 603 00 00-10) designed for this engine. Figure 26 Air Filter Cartridge Air Filter Installation Push the new air filter cartridge onto the nozzle inside the canister.

  • Page 43: Fueling Instructions

    FUELING INSTRUCTIONS See General Warnings on page 8. DANGER • Turn the key switch to the OFF position before fueling. • Do not pour fuel into the fuel tank when the engine is hot or while it is running. • To avoid electric arc caused by static electricity, the fuel storage/pumping device must be grounded. If the pump is not grounded, the vehicle must be grounded to the pump before and during the fueling operation.

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    Fueling Instructions Biodiesel can damage painted surfaces. Be sure to remove all spilled fuel immediately to help prevent damage to painted surfaces. If biodiesel will be used in the Kubota D722 engine, be sure that it meets the following requirements: •...

  • Page 45: Battery

    Figure 28 Fuel Filter BATTERY See General Warnings on page 8. DANGER • Battery – Explosive gases! Do not smoke. Keep sparks and flames away from the vehicle and service area. Ventilate when charging or operating vehicle in an enclosed area. Wear a full face shield and rubber gloves when working on or near batteries.

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    • Do not jump start or charge a frozen or damaged battery. Unplug charger before connecting or disconnecting cables to the battery. Never lean over battery while boosting, testing, or charging. The battery in a Husqvarna vehicle is a 12-volt, low-maintenance battery that requires infrequent checks (Figure 29). Electrolyte level should be checked semiannually.

  • Page 47: Using A Booster Battery (jump Starting)

    WARNING • If battery wire terminals are damaged or corroded, replace or clean them as necessary. Failure to do so may cause them to overheat during operation and could result in a fire, property damage, or personal injury. Be sure the battery hold-down clamp is properly tightened. Tighten to 108 in-lb (12.2 N·m). A loose clamp may allow the battery to become damaged from vibration or jarring.

  • Page 48: Cleaning The Vehicle

    Cleaning the Vehicle Figure 31 Jump Starting CLEANING THE VEHICLE Each vehicle is equipped with hand-washable front and rear bodies. The vehicle has a powder-coated steel cargo bed (or optional aluminum flat bed). Use commercial automotive cleaning solutions with a sponge or soft cloth for normal cleaning.

  • Page 49: Accessories

    Never install tires of different diameters on the vehicle. Husqvarna tires are made specifically for the AWD vehicle; therefore, Husqvarna recommends that only tires purchased from Husqvarna be used on your AWD vehicle.

  • Page 50: Vehicle Specifications

    Vehicle Specifications VEHICLE SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS POWER SOURCE Engine: 4-cycle OHV, 719 cc 15Kw (20.0 maximum HP) @3600 RPM (per SAE J 1940/1349) Three-cylinder, liquid-cooled, with pressure lubrication system Fuel system: Mechanical injection, fuel water separator, fuel filters, and electric fuel pump Governor: internal to engine, mechanical, centrifugal ball Ignition: Compression Transmission: Forward and reverse with neutral (4.98:1 forward, 7.79:1 reverse)

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    SPECIFICATIONS Maximum payload capacity (level surface only) Vehicle rated capacity (payload, driver, and passenger; level surface only) NOISE AND VIBRATION SPECIFICATIONS Drive-by noise level to operator per BS EN 1726-1:1999 Drive-by noise level to environment Vibration at driver’s seat per BS EN 13059:2002 +A1:2008 CLIMATIC EXTREMES Operating temperature range LIQUID CAPACITIES...

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    BC55284 Publication Part Number 103472543 Edition Code 0409D0609C This manual is valid for vehicles built during the 2009 model year. It is also valid for vehicles with build codes between 54699 and the one indicated at the top of this page.

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