Challenger 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050 Tractor Service Manual

Challenger 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050 Tractor Service Manual

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Challenger 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050 Tractor Workshop Manual : 1489 Pages
Electrical diagrams and Schematics North America Version: 166 Pages
Spicer 990 Axle Service Manual: 188 Pages

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Challenger 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050 Tractor Repair Workshop Manual

Manual for: AGCO Challenger 1000 Series Tractor
Format: PDF
Book Number: X990005558012
English
Issued May 2018

Challenger 1038, 1042, 1046, 1050 Tractor Workshop Manual : 1489 Pages
Electrical diagrams and Schematics North America Version: 166 Pages
Spicer 990 Axle Service Manual: 188 Pages

Challenger 1000 Series Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • General
  • Engine, Fuel and Exhaust System
  • Front Axle
  • Steering System
  • Drive Train
  • Compressed air system
  • Hydraulic System
  • Electrical System
  • Cab
  • Front Power lift
  • Rear Power lift

The Challenger Tractor Manual Preface

The work described in the workshop manual includes replacing parts, fuel and lubricants. These renewed parts/fuel/lubricants must be stored, transported and disposed of in accordance with regulations.

Working on the Engine

Never let the engine run in enclosed spaces with no exhaust gas suction system.
• Cleaning, maintenance and repair work may only be carried out once the engine is switched off and
secured to prevent it starting.
• Injection pipes and high-pressures lines must not be deformed.
• Any damaged injection pipe or high-pressure line must be replaced.
• Do not loosen any injection pipes for high-pressure fuel lines while the engine is running.
• Before carrying out checks to the running engine, always perform a visual check of all high-pressure components. Suitable protective clothing (e.g. protective goggles) should be worn while doing this. Leaks indicate potential sources of danger for workshop personnel.
• In the event of leaks to the high-pressure fuel system, always remain out of range of any possible fuel
spray to avoid serious injury.
• Even when no leaks to the high-pressure fuel system can be detected, workshop personnel should
avoid the immediate danger area and wear suitable protective clothing (such as protective goggles)
when carrying out checks to the running engine and during the first test run.
• Smoking is forbidden while carrying out work to the fuel system.
• Do not work in the proximity of sparks or naked flames.
• Never disconnect an injector while the engine is running.

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