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RENR6483 May 2006

FLUID POWER SYMBOLS


BASIC COMPONENT SYMBOLS
MAIN AUX.

COMPONENT LIST
ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 PUMP GP. HYDRAULIC TANK TANK GROUP COOLER FILTER HMU STEER CYLNDERS FRONT REAR LIFT CYLNDERS ST PL/IT TILT CYLNDERS ST PL/IT MP BUCKET CYL.(OPT) STABILIZER CYLNDERS LH RH BOOM CYLINDER STICK CYL. SWING CYL. 210-7087(S) 268-9049(S) 210-7076 210-7081(S) 278-1971 210-7095(S) 210-7097(S) VALVE PILOT 2-BANK 223-4713 223-4714 223-4715 226-0420 245-8780 162-3960 131-9203 TEMP SENSOR 134-0404 231-2615 190-3085 266-2552 266-2553 269-1080 269-1091 269-1092 269-1093 269-1079 LOADER VALVE (PL/IT) 2 BANK N/A 266-2563 269-1081 269-1082 N/A BACKHOE VALVE (CP) 6 BANK 7 BANK 266-2556 266-2557 266-2558 269-1062 269-1063 269-1066 269-1059 BACKHOE VALVES (COMMON) 32A 32B INLET MANIFOLD STABILIZER SECTION SWING SECTION BUCKET SECTION AUX SECTION PATTERN SWITCHING VALVE VALVE GP - CUSHION RELIEF VALVE GP - PILOT (BACKHOE) VALVE GP - PILOT (LOADER) MANIFOLD - PILOT 269-1060 269-1061 269-1064 269-1065 269-1067 257-7724 206-3685 (STD) 267-2758 267-2760 268-0094
View of pilot controlled backhoe valve with floor plate removed.

PUMP or MOTOR

FLUID CONDITIONER

SPRING

CONTROL VALVES

RESTRICTION

LINE RESTRICTION (FIXED)

2-SECTION PUMP

PUMP: VARIABLE and PRESSURE COMPENSATED

NAME

420E
267-2755 246-5286 245-8777

430E
VARIABILITY SPRING (ADJUSTABLE) LINE RESTRICTION (VARIABLE) PRESSURE COMPENSATION HYDRAULIC PNEUMATIC ENERGY TRIANGLES LINE RESTRICTION
VARIABLE and PRESSURE COMPENSATED

ATTACHMENT

VALVES
VALVE ENVELOPES VALVE PORTS

HYDRAULIC COOLER 226-9747 210-6240


ONE POSITION

TWO POSITION

THREE POSITION

TWO-WAY

THREE-WAY

FOUR-WAY

7A 7B

N/A N/A 228-3509 228-3505 200-7128 192-3884 N/A N/A 262-7049 262-7050 268-9051(S) 246-9884 210-7091
PRESSURE

CONTROL VALVES

CHECK VALVES

AB

AB

8A 8B

P T NORMAL POSITION

P T SHIFTED POSITION

INFINITE POSITION

BASIC SYMBOL

SPRING LOADED

SHUTTLE

PILOT CONTROLLED

9A 9B 10

C B

MEASUREMENT

ROTATING SHAFTS

TEMPERATURE

FLOW

UNIDIRECTIONAL

BIDIRECTIONAL

11

11A 11B 12 13 14 15 16 17A 17B 17C 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26

FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS

BUCKET CYL. E-STICK CYL (OPT). VALVE PILOT-BODY LEVER W/SWITCHES LEVER W/DTNT & SWTCH (OPT) ACCUMULATOR RIDE CNTRL VALVE (OPT) RIDE CNTRL ACCMLTR (OPT) RIDE CNTR PRES. SWTCH(OPT) TEMP. SENSOR (OPT) DIFF. PRES. SWITCH (OPT) COUPLER VALVE (See Volume 2) COUPLER CYLINDER (See Volume 2)

420E and 430E Backhoe Loader Hydraulic System


D

VENTED

PRESSURIZED

RETURN ABOVE FLUID LEVEL

RETURN BELOW FLUID LEVEL

COMBINATION CONTROLS

17

420E: KMW1-UP HLS1-UP

430E: DDT1-UP EAT1-UP

SOLENOID

SOLENOID or MANUAL

SOLENOID and PILOT

SOLENOID and PILOT or MANUAL

SERVO

THERMAL

DETENT

MANUAL CONTROL SYMBOLS

PUSH-PULL LEVER

MANUAL SHUTOFF

GENERAL MANUAL

PUSH BUTTON

PEDAL

SPRING

Sideshift machines feature a boom (A) that can be shifted to different positions along a frame (B). Lock pistons (D) are used to lock the boom to the frame rails. Lock piston solenoids, located on the backhoe valve outlet manifold, actuate the lock pistons. The stabilizers (C) are used to raise and lower the machine. Sideshift and center pivot machines use the same type of control valves to operate the stabilizers.

PILOT CONTROL SYMBOLS


RELEASED PRESSURE REMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE

EXTERNAL RETURN

INTERNAL RETURN

SIMPLIFIED

COMPLETE

INTERNAL SUPPLY PRESSURE

LOADER VALVE (ST) 2 BANK 3 BANK

ACCUMULATORS

CROSSING AND JOINING LINES

HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS

27

27A 27B 27C 27D 27E

INLET SECTION LIFT SECTION TILT SECTION AUX SECTION OUTLET MANIFOLD

SIDESHIFT SLIDE LOCKS


To Wheel Brake To Tank From Pilot Accumulator

SPRING LOADED

GAS CHARGED

LINES CROSSING

LINES JOINING

SINGLE ACTING

DOUBLE ACTING

HYDRAULIC PUMPS
FIXED DISPLACEMENT VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT NON-COMPENSATED

HYDRAULIC MOTORS
FIXED DISPLACEMENT VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT NON-COMPENSATED

INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS
INFINITE POSITIONING THREE POSITION TWO POSITION

UNIDIRECTIONAL

UNIDIRECTIONAL
CROSS FLOW

28

3 BANK 28B 28C 28D LIFT SECTION TILT SECTION AUX SECTION

BIDIRECTIONAL

BIDIRECTIONAL

FLOW IN ONE DIRECTION

PARALLEL FLOW

FLOW ALLOWED IN EITHER DIRECTION

Volume 1: Single Tilt


2006 Caterpillar All Rights Reserved

Printed in U.S.A.

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8 BANK 30G 30H 30J 30K BOOM SECTION STICK SECTION E-STICK SECTION OUTLET MANIFOLD

Slave Cylinder

Master Cylinder

Boost Brake Valve

This illustration shows a sectional view of the boosted brake valve group. When the brake pedal is depressed, the boost brake valve moves to the left and inlet oil from the pilot manifold is directed to the master cylinder.

The pilot manifold can also be accessed with the floor plate removed. The pilot pressure tap (T3) is located on the pilot manifold. The pilot manifold routes pilot oil to and from the loader and backhoe pilot control valves. Pilot Manifold

32

32C 32D 32E 32F 33 34 35 36

The hydraulic oil filter is located below the machine at the left frame rail. The hydraulic oil filter bypass switch is mounted to the oil filter base.

Electrical Symbols Table


Hydraulic Symbols (Electrical)

T3
H A B C D E F G I J
Temp Sensor SOS

G
Transducer (Fluid) Transducer (Gas / Air) Generator

M
Electric Motor

TAP LOCATIONS Tap


T1 T2 T3 SOS

Description
Pump Discharge Load Sense Pilot Pressure Oil Sampling
L A E D C B
SOS Filter Bypass Switch Temp Sensor

Filter Bypass Switch

Pressure Switch

Pressure Switch (Adjustable)

Temperature Switch

Electrical Wire

The 420E/430E machines are equipped with hydraulically assisted master cylinders, which decreases the amount of pedal effort when braking. This illustration shows the boosted brakes valve group, which uses oil from the pilot accumulator to add boost to the master cylinder. The hydraulic force multiplies the pedal effort so the operator can get more braking force with less effort. The brake boost valves are connected to the master cylinder (A) at each brake pedal (B). Oil enters the master cylinder through the supply hose (C) and exits the master cylinder through the return hose (D). The oil flows to the service brakes through the hoses (E) at the bottom of the master cylinder.

Electrical Symbols (Electrical)

HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER


K M

5
T

RENR6483 VOL 1

36 32 14 33 13 16 15 31 30 18 11

22 29 28 23 27 5 21 20 19 2 8 9 7 4 10

The master cylinders can be removed from the machine from inside the operator's compartment.

Pressure Symbol

Temperature Symbol

Level Symbol

Flow Symbol

BOOSTED BRAKES
B

Wire Number Identification Codes


SOS

Electrical Schematic Example


Implement and Steering Pump

Hydraulic Schematic Example


Current Standard

Implement and Steering Pump


A
EIGHT BANK VALVE (PILOT OPERATED) The 420E/430E machines are equipped with a pilot controlled backhoe valve that is visible with the floor plate at the rear of the cab removed.
Hydraulic Oil Filter

Current Standard
Harness identification code This example indicates wire 135 in harness "AG". Wire Circuit Number Identification

12 14
Loader Valve

Loader Valve
325-AG135 PK-14

Wire Color

This illustration shows a eight bank backhoe valve in a 420E Backhoe Loader. The components in the backhoe valve are:
Circuit Identification Number

325-PK
Wire Color Wire Gauge

11
34 35 17 7 1 6 8 9 10 25 26
(A) Outlet Manifold (B) Left Stabilizer Control Valve (C) Auxiliary Control Valve (D) Extendable Stick Control Valve (E) Bucket Control Valve (F) Swing Control Valve (G) Stick Control Valve (H) Boom Control Valve (I) Right Stabilizer Control Valve (J) Pilot On/Off Solenoid Valve (K) Inlet Manifold (L) A Ports (M) B Ports

Previous Standard
H G E B A
Circuit Number Identification Wire Gauge
(EXAMPLE VALVE)

Wire

Wire Color

16 15

13

34

35 17

325-PK-14
B A

For other bank valve configurations see RENR6487 (Specifications Manual).

T2

BACKHOE VALVE
A

30 32

12 14 33

The implement and steering pump on the 420E and 430E machines is similar to the "D" Series machines, but now includes a torque control solenoid (not visible). The torque control solenoid provides an additional pump setting. The implement and steering pump is located below the floor plate in the cab. The pump control valve (H) contains a torque control spool adjustment screw (B) and a flow compensator adjustment screw (A). The adjustment screws and the load sensing pressure tap (T2) are accessible from the cab.

R N
THREE BANK VALVE (PILOT OPERATED) The 420E/430E machines can be equipped with a mechanically controlled loader valve or a pilot controlled loader valve as shown in this illustration. The loader valve is accessed from below the floor plate. The loader control valve group contains:
Outlet manifold (A) Auxiliary control valve (B) Tilt control valve (C) Lift control valve (D) Inlet manifold (E) Load sensing relief valve (F) Solenoid for the B circuit (G) Solenoid for the A circuit (H) Makeup and relief valve (J) B pilot line port (K) A pilot line port (L) Priority Valve (M) Dead engine lower valve (N) A ports (P) B ports (R)

T2 T2
B C F

B A

Travel at high speeds over rough terrain causes bucket movement. The optional Ride Control System acts as a shock absorber by absorbing bucket forces, which stabilize the machine. The Ride Control System components include; ride control relay (A), ride control solenoids (B), ride control accumulator (C), and ride control pressure switch (D). Two solenoids are now used on the "E" Series machines Ride Control System. The Ride Control System, on machines with the optional autoshift transmission, is controlled by the Machine ECM. The Machine ECM monitors the position of the ride control switch and determines when to operate the ride control system.

T1

Drain

T1
D E G
These illustrations show the implement and steering pump out of the machine. The following components are visible: Torque control adjustment (A), Flow compensator adjustment (B), Load sensing pressure tap (T2), Inlet port (C), Case drain port (D), Torque control solenoid (E), Discharge pressure tap (T1), Torque limiter (F), Outlet port (G)

11

31 30 18 36 32

22 27 5 23 29 28

21 20 19

10 25 26

C E
View of mechanically controlled loader valve with floor plate removed.

NOTE: 420E/430E machines with a mechanically controlled loader valve or a pilot controlled loader valve use the same inlet manifold.

ECM

NOTE: Alpha numeric numbers are represented by the number only on the machine views.

COMPONENT LOCATIONS

IMPLEMENT / STEERING PUMP

For other bank valve configurations see RENR6487 (Specifications Manual).

LOADER VALVE

27 28

RIDE CONTROL 16

17 18

30 Page

12

11

10

14 11B
I

BOOSTED BRAKES (REF)

15 33

12

16 11A

TO REAR AXLE LEFT WHEEL BRAKE

13

I
LEFT BRAKE PEDAL

30

30H
BACKHOE VALVE
RIGHT BRAKE PEDAL TO REAR AXLE RIGHT WHEEL BRAKE

BS

BT

18

G
STAB RH BOOM STICK SWING BUCKET E-STICK AUX. STAB LH

32A

32B

30G

32C 32F

32D

30J

32E

32B

30K

20
STABILIZER JOYSTICK LEFT JOYSTICK RIGHT JOYSTICK

21

19

27A
E E

RENR6483 VOL 1

T3

17C 17A

34

34

30 Page, Color 2

27B
DEL

LIFT

8A

9A
36

T2

27C
C
TILT

1
C

22
SOS

HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT COLOR DESCRIPTIONS


IMPLEMENT and STEERING PUMP CIRCUIT PILOT OIL CIRCUIT BOOSTED BRAKE OIL CIRCUIT LOAD SENSE CIRCUIT

T1

SUPPLY LINE DRAIN / RETURN LINE STEERING CYLINDER CIRCUIT LIFT CYLINDER CIRCUIT TILT CYLINDER CIRCUIT AUXILIARY CIRCUIT (LOADER VALVE) STABILIZER CYLINDER CIRCUIT BOOM CYLINDER CIRCUIT STICK CYLINDER CIRCUIT SWING CYLINDER CIRCUIT BUCKET CYLINDER CIRCUIT E-STICK CYLINDER CIRCUIT AUXILIARY CIRCUIT (BACKHOE VALVE)

27D
AUX.

23

10

LOADER VALVE
6 27 27E

LINE PATTERNS
Pressure Line Pilot / Load Sensing Pressure Drain / Return Lines Component Group Attachment

PUMP

3
A

Air Line

CALLOUTS

2
HMU
7A

YY

Taps (Pressure, Sampling,Sensor) by letter Components by number

52

THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 420E AND 430E BACKHOE LOADERS

FRONT STEER CYL.

PART #: 268-0120 CHG01 VOLUME 1 OF 2

TANK
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4

420E/430E ST
3

Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off and transmission shifter in neutral. Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations

RENR6483 May 2006

FLUID POWER SYMBOLS


BASIC COMPONENT SYMBOLS
MAIN AUX.

COMPONENT LIST
ITEM
1 2 3 4 5 6 PUMP GP. HYDRAULIC TANK TANK GROUP COOLER FILTER HMU STEER CYLNDERS FRONT REAR LIFT CYLNDERS ST PL/IT TILT CYLNDERS ST PL/IT MP BUCKET CYL.(OPT) STABILIZER CYLNDERS LH RH BOOM CYLINDER STICK CYL. SWING CYL. 210-7087(S) 268-9049(S) 210-7076 210-7081(S) 278-1971 210-7095(S) 210-7097(S) VALVE PILOT 2-BANK 223-4713 223-4714 223-4715 226-0420 245-8780 162-3960 131-9203 TEMP SENSOR 134-0404 231-2615 190-3085 266-2552 266-2553 269-1080 269-1091 269-1092 269-1093 269-1079 LOADER VALVE (PL/IT) 2 BANK N/A 266-2563 269-1081 269-1082 N/A BACKHOE VALVE (CP) 6 BANK 7 BANK 266-2556 266-2557 266-2558 269-1062 269-1063 269-1066 269-1059 BACKHOE VALVES (COMMON) 32A 32B INLET MANIFOLD STABILIZER SECTION SWING SECTION BUCKET SECTION AUX SECTION PATTERN SWITCHING VALVE VALVE GP - CUSHION RELIEF VALVE GP - PILOT (BACKHOE) VALVE GP - PILOT (LOADER) MANIFOLD - PILOT 269-1060 269-1061 269-1064 269-1065 269-1067 257-7724 206-3685 (STD) 267-2758 267-2760 268-0094
View of pilot controlled backhoe valve with floor plate removed.

PUMP or MOTOR

FLUID CONDITIONER

SPRING

CONTROL VALVES

RESTRICTION

NAME

420E
267-2755 246-5286 245-8777

430E
VARIABILITY SPRING (ADJUSTABLE) LINE RESTRICTION (VARIABLE) PRESSURE COMPENSATION

LINE RESTRICTION (FIXED)

2-SECTION PUMP

PUMP: VARIABLE and PRESSURE COMPENSATED

HYDRAULIC PNEUMATIC ENERGY TRIANGLES

LINE RESTRICTION
VARIABLE and PRESSURE COMPENSATED

ATTACHMENT

HYDRAULIC COOLER 226-9747 210-6240


ONE POSITION

VALVES
VALVE ENVELOPES VALVE PORTS

TWO POSITION

THREE POSITION

TWO-WAY

THREE-WAY

FOUR-WAY

7A 7B

N/A N/A

CONTROL VALVES

CHECK VALVES

A
228-3509 228-3505 200-7128 192-3884 N/A N/A 262-7049 262-7050 268-9051(S) 246-9884 210-7091

AB

AB

8A 8B

P T NORMAL POSITION

P T SHIFTED POSITION

INFINITE POSITION

BASIC SYMBOL

SPRING LOADED

SHUTTLE

PILOT CONTROLLED

9A 9B 10

C B
PRESSURE

MEASUREMENT

ROTATING SHAFTS

TEMPERATURE

FLOW

UNIDIRECTIONAL

BIDIRECTIONAL

11

11A 11B 12 13 14 15 16 17A 17B 17C 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26

FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS

BUCKET CYL. E-STICK CYL (OPT). VALVE PILOT-BODY LEVER W/SWITCHES LEVER W/DTNT & SWTCH (OPT) ACCUMULATOR RIDE CNTRL VALVE (OPT) RIDE CNTRL ACCMLTR (OPT) RIDE CNTR PRES. SWTCH(OPT) TEMP. SENSOR (OPT) DIFF. PRES. SWITCH (OPT) COUPLER VALVE (See Volume 2) COUPLER CYLINDER (See Volume 2)

420E and 430E Backhoe Loader Hydraulic System


D

VENTED

PRESSURIZED

RETURN ABOVE FLUID LEVEL

RETURN BELOW FLUID LEVEL

COMBINATION CONTROLS

17

420E: KMW1-UP HLS1-UP

430E: DDT1-UP EAT1-UP

SOLENOID

SOLENOID or MANUAL

SOLENOID and PILOT

SOLENOID and PILOT or MANUAL

SERVO

THERMAL

DETENT

MANUAL CONTROL SYMBOLS

PUSH-PULL LEVER

MANUAL SHUTOFF

GENERAL MANUAL

PUSH BUTTON

PEDAL

SPRING

Sideshift machines feature a boom (A) that can be shifted to different positions along a frame (B). Lock pistons (D) are used to lock the boom to the frame rails. Lock piston solenoids, located on the backhoe valve outlet manifold, actuate the lock pistons. The stabilizers (C) are used to raise and lower the machine. Sideshift and center pivot machines use the same type of control valves to operate the stabilizers.

PILOT CONTROL SYMBOLS


RELEASED PRESSURE REMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE

EXTERNAL RETURN

INTERNAL RETURN

SIMPLIFIED

COMPLETE

LOADER VALVE (ST) 2 BANK 3 BANK

INTERNAL SUPPLY PRESSURE

ACCUMULATORS

CROSSING AND JOINING LINES

HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS

27

27A 27B 27C 27D 27E

INLET SECTION LIFT SECTION TILT SECTION AUX SECTION OUTLET MANIFOLD

SIDESHIFT SLIDE LOCKS


To Wheel Brake To Tank From Pilot Accumulator

SPRING LOADED

GAS CHARGED

LINES CROSSING

LINES JOINING

SINGLE ACTING

DOUBLE ACTING

HYDRAULIC PUMPS
FIXED DISPLACEMENT VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT NON-COMPENSATED

HYDRAULIC MOTORS
FIXED DISPLACEMENT VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT NON-COMPENSATED

INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS
INFINITE POSITIONING THREE POSITION TWO POSITION

UNIDIRECTIONAL

UNIDIRECTIONAL
CROSS FLOW

28

3 BANK 28B 28C 28D LIFT SECTION TILT SECTION AUX SECTION

BIDIRECTIONAL

BIDIRECTIONAL

FLOW IN ONE DIRECTION

PARALLEL FLOW

FLOW ALLOWED IN EITHER DIRECTION

Volume 2: Parallel Lift / Integrated Tool Carrier


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Printed in U.S.A.

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8 BANK 30G 30H 30J 30K BOOM SECTION STICK SECTION E-STICK SECTION OUTLET MANIFOLD

Slave Cylinder

Master Cylinder

Boost Brake Valve

This illustration shows a sectional view of the boosted brake valve group. When the brake pedal is depressed, the boost brake valve moves to the left and inlet oil from the pilot manifold is directed to the master cylinder.

The pilot manifold can also be accessed with the floor plate removed. The pilot pressure tap (T3) is located on the pilot manifold. The pilot manifold routes pilot oil to and from the loader and backhoe pilot control valves. Pilot Manifold

32

32C 32D 32E 32F 33 34 35 36

The hydraulic oil filter is located below the machine at the left frame rail. The hydraulic oil filter bypass switch is mounted to the oil filter base.

Electrical Symbols Table


Hydraulic Symbols (Electrical)

T3

H A B C D E F G I J
Temp Sensor SOS

G
Transducer (Fluid) Transducer (Gas / Air) Generator

M
Electric Motor

TAP LOCATIONS Tap


T1 T2 T3 SOS

Description
Pump Discharge Load Sense Pilot Pressure Oil Sampling
L A E D C B
SOS Filter Bypass Switch Temp Sensor

Filter Bypass Switch

Pressure Switch

Pressure Switch (Adjustable)

Temperature Switch

Electrical Wire

The 420E/430E machines are equipped with hydraulically assisted master cylinders, which decreases the amount of pedal effort when braking. This illustration shows the boosted brakes valve group, which uses oil from the pilot accumulator to add boost to the master cylinder. The hydraulic force multiplies the pedal effort so the operator can get more braking force with less effort. The brake boost valves are connected to the master cylinder (A) at each brake pedal (B). Oil enters the master cylinder through the supply hose (C) and exits the master cylinder through the return hose (D). The oil flows to the service brakes through the hoses (E) at the bottom of the master cylinder.

Electrical Symbols (Electrical)

HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER

5
T

RENR6483 VOL 2

36 32 14 33 13 16 15 31 30 18 11

22 29 28 23 27 5 21 20 19 2 8 9 7 4 10

The master cylinders can be removed from the machine from inside the operator's compartment.

Pressure Symbol
K M
SOS

Temperature Symbol

Level Symbol

Flow Symbol

BOOSTED BRAKES
B

Wire Number Identification Codes Electrical Schematic Example


Implement and Steering Pump

Hydraulic Schematic Example


Current Standard

Implement and Steering Pump


A
EIGHT BANK VALVE (PILOT OPERATED)
Hydraulic Oil Filter

Current Standard
Harness identification code This example indicates wire 135 in harness "AG". Wire Circuit Number Identification

12 14
Loader Valve

The 420E/430E machines are equipped with a pilot controlled backhoe valve that is visible with the floor plate at the rear of the cab removed. This illustration shows a eight bank backhoe valve in a 420E Backhoe Loader. The components in the backhoe valve are:

Loader Valve
325-AG135 PK-14

Wire Color

325-PK
Circuit Identification Number Wire Color Wire Gauge

11
34 35 17 7 1 6 8 9 10 25 26

Previous Standard
(A) Outlet Manifold (B) Left Stabilizer Control Valve (C) Auxiliary Control Valve (D) Extendable Stick Control Valve (E) Bucket Control Valve (F) Swing Control Valve (G) Stick Control Valve (H) Boom Control Valve (I) Right Stabilizer Control Valve (J) Pilot On/Off Solenoid Valve (K) Inlet Manifold (L) A Ports (M) B Ports

H G

D E

Wire

Wire Color

16 15

13

34

35 17

325-PK-14
B
Circuit Number Identification Wire Gauge
(EXAMPLE VALVE)

B A C D

For other bank valve configurations see RENR6487 (Specifications Manual).

T2

BACKHOE VALVE
A

30 32

12 14 33

The implement and steering pump on the 420E and 430E machines is similar to the "D" Series machines, but now includes a torque control solenoid (not visible). The torque control solenoid provides an additional pump setting. The implement and steering pump is located below the floor plate in the cab. The pump control valve (H) contains a torque control spool adjustment screw (B) and a flow compensator adjustment screw (A). The adjustment screws and the load sensing pressure tap (T2) are accessible from the cab.

R N
THREE BANK VALVE (PILOT OPERATED) The 420E/430E machines can be equipped with a mechanically controlled loader valve or a pilot controlled loader valve as shown in this illustration. The loader valve is accessed from below the floor plate. The loader control valve group contains:
Outlet manifold (A) Auxiliary control valve (B) Tilt control valve (C) Lift control valve (D) Inlet manifold (E) Load sensing relief valve (F) Solenoid for the B circuit (G) Solenoid for the A circuit (H) Makeup and relief valve (J) B pilot line port (K) A pilot line port (L) Priority Valve (M) Dead engine lower valve (N) A ports (P) B ports (R)

T2 T2
B C F

B A

Travel at high speeds over rough terrain causes bucket movement. The optional Ride Control System acts as a shock absorber by absorbing bucket forces, which stabilize the machine. The Ride Control System components include; ride control relay (A), ride control solenoids (B), ride control accumulator (C), and ride control pressure switch (D). Two solenoids are now used on the "E" Series machines Ride Control System. The Ride Control System, on machines with the optional autoshift transmission, is controlled by the Machine ECM. The Machine ECM monitors the position of the ride control switch and determines when to operate the ride control system.

T1

Drain

T1
D E G
These illustrations show the implement and steering pump out of the machine. The following components are visible: Torque control adjustment (A), Flow compensator adjustment (B), Load sensing pressure tap (T2), Inlet port (C), Case drain port (D), Torque control solenoid (E), Discharge pressure tap (T1), Torque limiter (F), Outlet port (G)

11

31 30 18 36 32

22 27 5 23 29 28

21 20 19

10 25 26

C E
View of mechanically controlled loader valve with floor plate removed.

NOTE: 420E/430E machines with a mechanically controlled loader valve or a pilot controlled loader valve use the same inlet manifold.

ECM

NOTE: Alpha numeric numbers are represented by the number only on the machine views.

COMPONENT LOCATIONS

IMPLEMENT / STEERING PUMP

For other bank valve configurations see RENR6487 (Specifications Manual).

LOADER VALVE

27 28

RIDE CONTROL 16

17 18

30 Page

12

11

10

BOOSTED BRAKES (REF)

14
I

TO REAR AXLE

11B

12

13

33

15

16 11A
LEFT BRAKE PEDAL

LEFT WHEEL BRAKE

TO REAR AXLE

30

30H

RIGHT WHEEL BRAKE RIGHT BRAKE PEDAL

BACKHOE VALVE
H

BS

BT

18

G
STAB RH BOOM STICK SWING BUCKET E-STICK AUX. STAB LH

32A

32B

30G

32C 32F

32D

30J

32E

32B

30K

20
STABILIZER JOYSTICK LEFT JOYSTICK RIGHT JOYSTICK

21

19

27A

RENR6483-00 VOL 2

T3
17C 17B 17A 34

34

30 Page, Color 2

D
DEL

D
LIFT

8B

28B

LOADER JOYSTICK 35

9B
36

T2

FLOAT

RTD

1
C
TILT

28C

22
SOS

HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT COLOR DESCRIPTIONS


IMPLEMENT and STEERING PUMP CIRCUIT PILOT OIL CIRCUIT BOOSTED BRAKE OIL CIRCUIT LOAD SENSE CIRCUIT SUPPLY LINE DRAIN / RETURN LINE STEERING CYLINDER CIRCUIT LIFT CYLINDER CIRCUIT TILT CYLINDER CIRCUIT AUXILIARY CIRCUIT (LOADER VALVE) STABILIZER CYLINDER CIRCUIT BOOM CYLINDER CIRCUIT STICK CYLINDER CIRCUIT SWING CYLINDER CIRCUIT BUCKET CYLINDER CIRCUIT

10
T1

5 23

B
LOADER VALVE

AUX.

28B 4 6 28 25 3 27E

E-STICK CYLINDER CIRCUIT AUXILIARY CIRCUIT (BACKHOE VALVE)

LINE PATTERNS
Pressure Line

PUMP

Pilot / Load Sensing Pressure Drain / Return Lines Component Group

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Attachment Air Line

CALLOUTS
YY

2
HMU
FRONT STEER CYL.

Taps (Pressure, Sampling,Sensor) by letter Components by number

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THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 420E AND 430E BACKHOE LOADERS


PART #: 268-0120 CHG01 VOLUME 2 OF 2

7A

TANK
8 7 6 5 4

420E/430E PL/IT
3

Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off and transmission shifter in neutral. Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations

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11

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