Case 1840 Skid Steer Loader Service Repair Manual

(3 customer reviews)

$39.99 $29.99

Covers: Case 1840 Skid Steer Loader Service & Repair
Pages: 856
Format: PDF file (zipped)
File size: 223mb
Works with: Windows/Mac computers
Notes: Searchable, printable, instant download

The Case 1840 Skid Steer Loader is a versatile machine powered by a 50hp, 4-cylinder diesel engine and was produced from 1989-2001. This repair manual provides the technical information to properly service and repair the Case 1840 skid steer loader to manufacturer standards. Whether you are performing diesel engine repairs or complex hydraulic and electrical system troubleshooting, this manual is the best tool for the job. Print off pages including specifications, procedures and illustrations for the shop as needed without worrying about destroying an expensive book.

Case 1840 parts catalog available separately.

Topics in the Case 1840 Skid Steer Loader Service Repair Manual:

  • General Information
  • Specifications
  • Torques
  • Hydraulic System
  • Electrical System
  • Fault Codes and Troubleshooting
  • Engine and Radiator Removal and Installation
  • Engine Specifications
  • Engine Repair
  • Fuel Injection System
  • Injection Pump
  • Cooling System
  • Lubrication System
  • Starter
  • Power Train
  • Transmission
  • Final Drive
  • Brakes
  • Wheels/Tracks
  • Body/Frame
  • Controls
  • Cab
  • Backhoe
  • Alternator
  • Battery
  • Starter
  • Electrical Wiring Diagram
  • Hydraulic Schematic
  • Troubleshooting
  • and much more…

Parts catalog available separately


3 reviews for Case 1840 Skid Steer Loader Service Repair Manual

  1. Jeremy C

    Excellent manual and it has engine overhaul specs that another manual I got didn’t have.

  2. Alfonso Reyes

    Some pages have darker pics, but it was cheaper and faster than buying the printed book. Satisfied with the purchase.

  3. Curt Ramon (verified owner)

    I am a newbie to the skid steer crowd. I am also a gear-head, however; hydraulics is new to me. My skid steer developed a steering and movement problem. I was just about to have a mechanic drive 100 miles (round trip) to fix it at $160 per hour. Then I found this manual.
    Well, in 20 minutes looking at this manual I found the problem. One hold down bolt was loose that controlled the right wheels.
    This manual probably saved me over $400 dollars, plus the embarrassment of having a mechanic drive out to tighten one bolt.

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