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  • Premium Tractors6230, 6330 and 6430

    *OMAL171426*

    OPERATOR'S MANUAL

    Premium Tractors 6230, 6330 and 6430OMAL171426 ISSUE A2 (ENGLISH)

    CALIFORNIA

    Proposition 65 Warning

    Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituentsare known to the State of California to cause cancer,

    birth defects, and other reproductive harm.

    If this product contains a gasoline engine:

    WARNING

    The engine exhaust from this product containschemicals known to the State of California to causecancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    The State of California requires the above two warnings.

    Additional Proposition 65 Warnings can be found in this manual.

    John Deere Werke Mannheim(This manual replaces OMAL171426 J0)

    North American EditionLITHO IN U.S.A.

    DCY

    OM

    AL17

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  • Introduction

    OU12401,00013C4 -19-25MAR06-1/1

    Foreword

    READ THIS MANUAL carefully to learn how to operateand service your machine correctly. Failure to do socould result in personal injury or equipment damage. Thismanual and the safety signs on your machine may alsobe available in other languages (see your John Deeredealer to order).

    THIS MANUAL SHOULD BE CONSIDERED a permanentpart of your machine and should remain with the machinewhen you sell it.

    MEASUREMENTS IN THIS MANUAL are given in bothmetric and customary U.S. unit equivalents. Use onlycorrect replacement parts and fasteners. Metric and inchfasteners may require a specific metric or inch wrench.

    RIGHT-HAND AND LEFT-HAND sides are determined byfacing the direction of forward travel.

    WRITE PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS (P.I.N.)in the Serial Numbers section. Accurately record allthe numbers to help in tracing the machine should it bestolen. Your dealer also needs these numbers when youorder parts. File the identification numbers in a secureplace off the machine.

    SETTING FUEL DELIVERY BEYOND PUBLISHEDfactory specifications or otherwise overpowering will resultin loss of warranty protection for this machine.

    BEFORE DELIVERING THIS MACHINE, your dealerperformed a predelivery inspection. After operating forthe first 100 hours, schedule an after-sale inspection withyour dealer to ensure best performance.

    THIS TRACTOR IS DESIGNED SOLELY for use incustomary agricultural or similar operations (INTENDEDUSE). Use in any other way is considered as contrary tothe intended use. The manufacturer accepts no liabilityfor damage or injury resulting from this misuse, and theserisks must be borne solely by the user. Compliancewith and strict adherence to the conditions of operation,service and repair as specified by the manufacturer alsoconstitute essential elements for the intended use.

    THIS TRACTOR SHOULD BE OPERATED, serviced andrepaired only by persons familiar with all its particularcharacteristics and acquainted with the relevant safetyrules (accident prevention). The accident preventionregulations, all other generally recognized regulationson safety and occupational medicine and the road trafficregulations must be observed at all times. Any arbitrarymodifications carried out on this tractor will relieve themanufacturer of all liability for any resulting damage orinjury.

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  • Contents

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    Identification ViewsIdentification Views.............................................00-1

    SafetyRecognize Safety Information ............................05-1Understand Signal Words...................................05-1Follow Safety Instructions...................................05-1Prepare for Emergencies....................................05-2Wear Protective Clothing....................................05-2Protect Against Noise.........................................05-2Handle Fuel SafelyAvoid Fires........................05-3Handle Starting Fluid Safely ...............................05-3Fire Prevention ...................................................05-3Keep ROPS Installed Properly ...........................05-4Use Foldable ROPS and Seat Belt Properly ......05-4Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines........................05-5Use Steps and Handholds Correctly ..................05-5Read Operator Manuals for ISOBUS

    Implements.....................................................05-5Use Seat Belt Properly .......................................05-6Operating the Tractor Safely ..............................05-7Avoid Backover Accidents ..................................05-8Limited Use in Forestry Operation......................05-8Operating the Loader Tractor Safely ..................05-8Keep Riders Off Machine ...................................05-9Instructional Seat................................................05-9Use Safety Lights and Devices...........................05-9Use a Safety Chain...........................................05-10Transport Towed Equipment at Safe Speeds ...05-10Use Caution On Slopes and Uneven Terrain.... 05-11Freeing a Mired Machine.................................. 05-11Avoid Contact with Agricultural Chemicals .......05-12Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely ..............05-13Handling Batteries Safely .................................05-14Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines ....05-14Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating........05-15Welding Near Electronic Control Units .............05-15Handle Electronic Components and

    Brackets Safely ............................................05-15Practice Safe Maintenance...............................05-16Avoid Hot Exhaust ............................................05-16Work In Ventilated Area....................................05-17Support Machine Properly ................................05-17Prevent Machine Runaway...............................05-17Park Machine Safely.........................................05-18Transport Tractor Safely ...................................05-18Service Cooling System Safely ........................05-18

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    Service Accumulator Systems Safely...............05-19Service Tires Safely..........................................05-19Service Front-Wheel Drive Tractor Safely ........05-19Tightening Wheel Retaining Bolts/Nuts ............05-20Avoid High-Pressure Fluids ..............................05-20Do Not Open High-Pressure Fuel System........05-20Store Attachments Safely .................................05-21Dispose of Waste Properly ...............................05-21

    Safety DecalsPrevent Machine Runaway.................................10-1Use Seat Belt......................................................10-1Operate the Tractor Safely .................................10-2Do Not Modify ROPS..........................................10-3Tow Loads Safely ...............................................10-3Use of Instructional Seat ....................................10-4Stay Clear of PTO ..............................................10-4Suspension System (e.g. TLS Front

    Axle and/or Cab) ............................................10-5

    Controls and InstrumentsVehicle Controls (Tractors with

    PowrQuad Plus and AutoQuad PlusTransmission).................................................15-1

    Vehicle Controls (Tractors with AutoPowr/IVT) ..15-2PTO Controls......................................................15-3Creeper Control ..................................................15-3Attachment Controls ...........................................15-4Heater and Air-Conditioning Controls

    (Tractors without ClimaTrak System) .............15-4Heater and Air-Conditioning Controls

    (Tractors with ClimaTrak System) ..................15-5Indicator Lights and Displays..............................15-6Controls and Displays.........................................15-8GreenStar Display (Optional) ...........................15-16AutoTrac (Optional) ..........................................15-16Software Update...............................................15-17

    LightsLight Switches ....................................................20-1Worklights...........................................................20-2Xenon (HID) Worklights......................................20-2Additional Headlights..........................................20-3Beacon Light (Optional Equipment)....................20-3Lights ..................................................................20-4Use Safety Lights and Devices...........................20-4Turn on the Hazard Warning Light......................20-5

    Continued on next page

    Original Instructions. All information, illustrations and specifications in thismanual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication.

    The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.

    COPYRIGHT 2012DEERE & COMPANY

    European Office MannheimAll rights reserved.

    A John Deere ILLUSTRUCTION ManualPrevious Editions

    Copyright 2010, 2009, 2008; 2006

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  • Contents

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    Turn Signal Lights and Horn...............................20-5Seven-Terminal Trailer Socket ...........................20-5

    Operator's CabRoll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) ..............25-1Seat Belt .............................................................25-1Avoid Contact with Agricultural Chemicals .........25-2Clean Vehicle of Hazardous Pesticides..............25-2Super Comfort Seat............................................25-3Air Comfort Seat .................................................25-4Instructional Seat................................................25-4Opening Windows ..............................................25-6Windshield Wiper and Washer System ..............25-7Fan and Air Louvers (Tractors without

    ClimaTrak System).........................................25-8Heater (Tractors without ClimaTrak)...................2