I have an OLD FORD 1973 4500 Tractor that I purchased at the end of last year. And I wanted to find a service manual for it. I looked everywhere for one, and found it hard to believe that I could not find one for FREE as a .pdf on-line. So I am putting it up for FREE here, after I purchased a .pdf copy of it. I guess I want everyone that owns this tractor to be able to download it without having to pay for a not so perfect scanned copy of the document. So here it is.
DONWLOAD: ford_tractor_2000-7000_1975-1975.pdf (150 MEG aprox)
“1965-1975 Ford Tractor Shop Manual” This is a quality reproduction of the manual that the Ford tractor dealer mechanic would have used to work on your tractor. Inside you will find troubleshooting guides, directions for the removal and installation of your tractor’s parts, as well as instructions for repair and overhaul. You will learn how to work on engine systems, fuel systems, the electrical system, clutches, transmissions (four, six, seven, eight, and Select-O-Speed transmissions), power take-off, rear axle, brakes, hydraulic systems, steering systems, front axle, wheels, and tires. With clear pictures, exploded view illustrations, wiring diagrams, schematics, and specifications you will have everything you need to get the job done right. Included is lubrication guide, as well as lists of special tools to take the guesswork out of regular service. Covers the following 1965 to 1975 Ford agricultural Tractor Series: 2000, 3000, 3400, 3500, 4000, 4400, 4500, 5000, 5500, and 7000. 894 pages,
This three-volume manual provides information for the proper servicing of the Ford 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, and 7000 agricultural tractors. keep this manual readily available for reference at all times.
This manual is grouped into 17 parts. Each part contains chapter divisions. The chapters contain such information as general operating principles, detailed inspection and repair procedures, and full specifics regarding troubleshooting, specifications, and special tools. Whenever possible, the special tools are illustrated performing their specific operations.
The page and figure numbers are consecutively numbered throughout each part of the manual and each page bears the date of issue. Specifications listed on some pages may differ from those in the text. In these cases, the specifications listed on the pages bearing the latest issue date should be used. Any reference made in the manual to right, left, front, rear, top or bottom is as viewed facing the direction of forward travel from the driver’s seat.
The tractor and engine serial numbers and the production code numbers for the transmission, hydraulic pump, rear axel and hydraulic power lift, are located on the individual components. An explanation covering the usage and location of these numbers is detailed on the following page. The serial numbers and production codes should be used on all correspondence relative to these Ford Tractors.
The material contained in this manual was correct at the item of the manual was approved for printing. Ford policy is one of continuous improvement and the Ford Motor Company reserves the right to discontinue models at any time or change specifications or design without notice and without incurring obligation.