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T
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Conditioner
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BASIC HYDRAULIC
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SCHEMATIC SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS
HYDRAULIC SYMBOLS - ELECTRICAL
Transducer
(Fluid)
Transducer
(Gas / Air)
G
Generator Electrical
Wire
Pressure
Switch
M
Electric
Motor
Pressure Switch
(Adjustable)
Temperature
Switch
Pressure
Switch
Temperature
Switch
Level
Switch
Flow
Switch
Circuit Breaker
T
ELECTRICAL SYMBOLS
Spring
Control
Valves
Restriction
Line Restriction
(Fixed)
2-Section
Pump
MAIN AUX.
Spring
(Adjustable)
Variability
Line Restriction
(Variable)
Pressure
Compensation
Pump: Variable and
Pressure Compensated
Hydraulic Pneumatic
Energy Triangles
Fluid
Conditioner
Attachment
Pump
or Motor
BASIC HYDRAULIC
COMPONENT SYMBOLS
Line Restriction
Variable and Pressure
Compensated
Vented Pressurized Return Above Fluid Level Return Below Fluid Level
FLUID STORAGE RESERVOIRS
Pressure Temperature Flow
MEASUREMENT
Unidirectional Bidirectional
ROTATING SHAFTS
One Position Two Position Three Position
Two-way Three-Way Four-Way
ENVELOPES
PORTS
CONTROL
Basic
Symbol
Spring
Loaded
Normal Position
A B
P T
A B
P T
Shifted Position Infinite Position
Shuttle
Pilot
Controlled
VALVES
CHECK
Solenoid
or Manual
Solenoid
and Pilot
Solenoid and
Pilot or Manual
Solenoid
Servo
Thermal Detent
COMBINATION CONTROLS
T
Fuse: A component in an electrical circuit that will open the circuit if too much current flows through it.
Switch (Normally Open): A switch that will close at a specified point (temp, press, etc.). The circle indicates
that the component has screw terminals and a wire can be disconnected from it.
Switch (Normally Closed): A switch that will open at a specified point (temp, press, etc.).
No circle indicates that the wire cannot be disconnected from the component.
Ground (Wired): This indicates that the component is connected to a grounded wire.
The grounded wire is fastened to the machine.

Ground (Case): This indicates that the component does not have a wire connected to ground.
It is grounded by being fastened to the machine.
Reed Switch: A switch whose contacts are controlled by a magnet. A magnet closes the contacts of
a normally open reed switch; it opens the contacts of a normally closed reed switch.
Sender:

A component that is used with a temperature or pressure gauge.
The sender measures the temperature or pressure.
Its resistance changes to give an indication to the gauge of the temperature or pressure.
Relay (Magnetic Switch):

A relay is an electrical component that is activated by electricity.
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close the switch part of the relay.
Solenoid:

A solenoid is an electrical component that is activated by electricity.
It has a coil that makes an electromagnet when current flows through it.
The electromagnet can open or close a valve or move a piece of metal that can do work.
Magnetic Latch Solenoid:

An electrical component that is activated by electricity and held latched by a
permanent magnet. It has two coils (latch and unlatch) that make electromagnet
when current flows through them. It also has an internal switch that places
the latch coil circuit open at the time the coil latches.
BASIC ELECTRICAL COMPONENT SYMBOLS
Push-pull Lever Pedal General Manual Push Button Spring Manual Shutoff
MANUAL CONTROL
External Return Internal Return
Simplified Complete
Internal
Supply Pressure
RELEASED PRESSURE
REMOTE SUPPLY PRESSURE
PILOT CONTROL
Spring Loaded Gas Charged
ACCUMULATORS
Crossing Joining
LINES
Double Acting Single Acting
CYLINDERS
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
FIXED DISPLACEMENT
VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
NON- COMPENSATED
PUMPS
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
FIXED DISPLACEMENT
VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT
NON- COMPENSATED
MOTORS
Unidirectional
Bidirectional
Two
Position
Infinite
Positioning
FLOW IN ONE
DIRECTION
FLOW ALLOWED IN
EITHER DIRECTION
Three
Position
CROSS
FLOW
PARALLEL
FLOW
INTERNAL PASSAGEWAYS
1
2
AG-C4
111-7898
L-C12
3E-5179
9X-1123
Component
Part Number
Pin or Socket Number
Part Number: for
Connector Plug
Harness Identification Letter(s): (A, B, C, AA, AB, AC, ...)
Plug
325-AG135 PK-14
Wire Color
Wire Gauge
Receptacle
1
1
2
2
Sure-Seal connector: Typical representation
of a Sure-Seal connector. The plug and receptacle
contain both pins and sockets.
Deutsch connector: Typical representation
of a Deutsch connector. The plug contains all
sockets and the receptacle contains all pins.
Fuse (5 Amps)
5A
Harness identification code:
This example indicates wire group 325,
wire 135 in harness "AG".
L-C12
3E-5179
Wire, Cable, or Harness Assembly Identification:
Includes Harness Identification Letters and Harness
Connector Serialization Codes (see sample).
Harness Connector Serialization Code: The "C" stands for
"Connector" and the number indicates which connector in the
harness (C1, C2, C3, ...)
HARNESS AND WIRE SYMBOLS
JRP1-UP
JXP1-UP
Volume 1 of 2: Brakes and Hoist
RENR8305-05
November 2012
777F Off-Highway Truck
Hydraulic System
Volume 2 of 2: Steering and Powertrain
Volume 1 of 2 - Brakes and Hoist
COMPONENT LOCATION
Machine
Location
Description
Part
Number
Schematic
Location
1 TANK GP (HYD & TRANS) 258-9852 A-4
2A PUMP GP (BRAKE CHARGING) 255-5478 B-5
2B PUMP GP (BRAKE CHARGING) 256-0561 B-4
3 PUMP GP (BRAKE COOLING) 255-5478 B-4
4A PUMP GP (HOIST) 255-5478 B-4
4B PUMP GP (HOIST) 256-0561 B-4
5 VALVE GP - ACCUMULATOR CHARGING 257-0273 D-5
6 VALVE GP - MTG & (PARKING BRAKE) 289-0585 F-6
7 CONTROL GP - HYD (BRAKE RETRACT) 222-4744 D-7
8 ADJUSTER GP - SLACK (REAR) 205-0557 D-8
9 ADJUSTER GP - SLACK (FRONT) 8X-7921 D-2
10 BRAKE GP - SERVICE & PARK 243-5545 B-8, F-8
11A BRAKE GP - SERVICE (FRONT BRAKES) 8X-3810 D-1, F-1
11B BRAKE GP - SERVICE (FRONT BRAKES) 243-5551 D-1, F-1
12 VALVE GP (CAB MANIFOLD) 261-1316 F-4
13 VALVE GP - CHECK 249-5521 E-4
14 SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE 3E-7806 E-4
15 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (BRAKE RETRACT) 230-2637 D-5
16 VALVE GP - DIVERTER 3G-2887 E-6
17 VALVE GP - RELIEF 228-7839 E-5
18 FILTER (BREATHER) 8X-4575 A-6
19 SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE 160-2609 F-6
20 ACCUMULATOR GP (BRAKE) 220-5692 E-5
21 PEDAL GP - BRAKE VALVE 261-1317 F-3
22 VALVE GP - CONTROL (HOIST) 245-1668 B-3, C-3, D-3
23 CYLINDER GP - TELESCOPING (HOIST) 171-1232 A-3
24 PLATE-ORIFICE (HOIST) 8X-7224 A-3
26 SCREEN AS. 7J-3723 A-4
27 SCREEN AS. (BRAKE COOLING) 6E-6640 B-6, C-7
28 CORE AS. - OIL COOLER 141-4109 B-6, C-7
29 FILTER GP - OIL (BRAKE) 155-6061 C-5
35 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (STEERING) 230-2637 D-6
47 SCREEN AS. 7J-0725 A-5
54 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (ENGINE OIL) 230-2637 D-5
58 VALVE GP - CHECK 185-4026 E-5
59 VALVE AS. - SHUTTLE 8J-6875 E-3
Component Locations (Volume 1)
Volume 2 of 2 - Steering and Powertrain
COMPONENT LOCATION
Machine
Location
Description
Part
Number
Schematic
Location
1 TANK GP (HYD & TRANS) 258-9852 C-4
15 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (BRAKE RETRACT) 230-2637 D-6
18 FILTER (BREATHER) 8X-4575 C-4
25 FILTER GP - OIL 249-2306 D-2
26 SCREEN AS 7J-3723 C-3
30 TANK GP - HYD (STEERING) 249-2925 A-7
31 PUMP GP - PISTON (STEERING) 261-5630 B-6
32 VALVE GP - CHECK (STEERING) 175-7050 E-7
33 PUMP GP - METERING (STEERING) 195-6617 E-7
34 CYLINDER GP - (STEERING) 105-2440 F-7
35 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (STEERING) 230-2637 D-6
36
SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE
(STEERING PUMP OIL LOW PRESSURE)
313-5104 D-8
37 SWITCH AS. - PRESSURE (SECONDARY STEERING) 9X-4455 E-6
38 FILTER GP - OIL (STEERING) 173-0159 B-7
39 FILTER GP - HYD (STEERING) 249-2334 C-8
40 VALVE - BREAKER RELIEF 9T-0818 B-5
41 PUMP GP - GEAR (TORQUE CONV. SCAVENGE) 256-6123 D-3
42 FILTER GP - OIL (TORQUE CONV. CHARGING) 4T-4760 D-3
43 VALVE GP - MODULATING (TORQUE CONV. LOCKUP CLUTCH) 244-3114 E-3
44 FILTER GP - OIL (TRANSMISSION) 244-0121 F-3
45 FILTER GP - OIL (TRANSMISSION) 270-5181 F-3
46 SWITCH AS. - LIQUID LEVEL 172-8660 B-2
47 SCREEN AS. 7J-0725 C-2
48 CONVERTER GP - TORQUE 249-5539 D-4
49 VALVE GP - RELIEF (TORQUE CONV. OUTLET) 3P-0349 F-4
50 PUMP GP - GEAR (TORQUE CONV. CHARGE) 256-6123 D-3
51 PUMP GP - GEAR (LOCK-UP CLUTCH VALVE PILOT) 256-6123 D-3
52 PUMP GP - GEAR (TRANSMISSION SCAVENGE) 256-6123 D-2
53 PUMP GP - GEAR (TRANSMISSION CHARGING) 256-6123 D-2
54 PUMP GP - ELECTRIC (ENGINE OIL) 230-2637 D-5
55 VALVE GP - RELIEF (TORQUE CONV. INLET) 3P-0348 C-3
56 CORE GP - OIL COOLER 4W-5056 C-2
57 VALVE GP - CHECK 268-3451 C-2
60 VALVE GP - RELIEF 268-3998 E-2
61 VALVE GP - MANIFOLD & SOLENOID (STEERING DISABLE) 277-8869 C-8
Component Locations (Volume 2)
Volume 1 of 2 - Brakes and Hoist
TAP LOCATION
Tap
Number
Description
Schematic
Location
A LEFT REAR SERVICE BRAKE F-8
B RIGHT REAR SERVICE BRAKE B-8
C REAR SLACK ADJUSTER INPUT D-8
D CAB MANIFOLD RESOLVER OUTPUT F-4
E ACCUMULATOR CHARGING OUTPUT D-4
F BRAKE CHARGING PUMP OUTPUT D-4
G LEFT PARK BRAKE D-7
H RIGHT PARK BRAKE C-7
J FRONT SLACK ADJUSTER INPUT E-1
K DRY FRONT BRAKE INPUT E-1
L CYLINDER HEAD END A-3
M CYLINDER ROD END A-3
N HOIST PUMP OUTPUT C-4
R
HOIST VALVE RAISE PILOT
D-3
P
HOIST VALVE LOWER PILOT
B-3
S BRAKE COOLING INPUT B-7
Tap Locations
Pressure, Sampling, and Sensor (Volume 1)
Volume 2 of 2 - Steering and Powertrain
CONNECTOR / TAP LOCATION
Tap
Number
Description
Schematic
Location
T HMU INPUT E-7
U STEERING LOAD SENSE PILOT D-8
W LOCK-UP CLUTCH E-3
X LOCK-UP CLUTCH FILTER OUTPUT D-3
Y TRANS CHARGE FILTER OUTPUT F-3
Z TC OUTLET RELIEF VALVE F-4
V SOS C-8
Tap Locations
Pressure, Sampling, and Sensor (Volume 2)
7
7 8 6 5 4 3 2 1
A
B
C
D
E
F
1 2 3 4 5 6 8
F
E
D
C
B
A
Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off, transmission shifter
in neutral and with parking brake set.
Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations.
VOLUME 1 of 2: BRAKES AND HOIST
SCHEMATIC PART NUMBER: 255-6188, CHANGE: 07, VERSION: -
MEDIA NUMBER: RENR8305-05
THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 777F OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
DRAIN / RETURN LINE
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT COLOR DESCRIPTIONS
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
BRAKE CHARGING CIRCUIT PUMP
LOCK-UP CLUTCH VALVE PUMP CIRCUIT
BRAKE COOLING
HOIST PUMP CIRCUIT
PUMP SUPPLY LINE
HOIST CYLINDERS CIRCUIT
BRAKE CIRCUIT (FRONT AND REAR)
LINE PATTERNS
Drain / Return Lines
Component Group
Pilot / Load Sensing Pressure
Pressure Line
Attachment
Air Line
CALLOUTS
Taps (Pressure, Sampling,Sensor) by letter YY
A
B
D
E
From Torque Converter
Lock-up Clutch Pilot
(Volume 2, F-3)
RIGHT REAR
LEFT REAR
M
P
T
A
1
4
5
P1
T1
A1
PARK BRAKE
SOLENOID
BLEEDDOWN
SOLENOID
3
ECM
P2
LEFT
FRONT
RAISE SOLENOID
LOWER, FLOAT,
SNUB SOLENOID
BRAKE COOLING RELIEF
LOWER
FLOAT
SNUB
HOLD
RAISE
RAISE RELIEF
LOWER RELIEF
DUAL STAGE
SIGNAL SPOOL
MAIN RELIEF
DUMP SPOOL
FRONT BRAKES
WET
DRY
LEFT
FRONT
RIGHT
FRONT
RIGHT
FRONT
H
G
S
N
R
P
M L
D
E
F
C
B
A
K
From Torque Converter
Lock-up Clutch.
(Volume 2, F-3)
From Torque Converter
Lock-up Clutch. (Volume 2, E-2)
From Torque Converter
(Volume 2, F-4)
See Note A
See Note A
See Note A
J
Note A: Dry brake configuration
(10) BRAKE GP
SERVICE AND PARK
243-5545
(8) ADJUSTER GP
SLACK (REAR)
205-0557
(10) BRAKE GP
SERVICE AND PARK
243-5545
(7) CONTROL GP
HYDRAULIC (BRAKE RETRACT)
222-4744
(19) SWITCH AS
PRESSURE
160-2609
(6) VALVE GP
MTG AND PARKING BRAKE
289-0585
(16) VALVE GP
DIVERTER
3G-2887
(58) VALVE GP
CHECK
185-4026
(35) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC (STEERING)
230-2637
(15) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC
(BRAKE RETRACT)
230-2637
(18) FILTER
(BREATHER)
8X-7224
(47) SCREEN AS
7J-0725
(2A) PUMP GP
(BRAKE
CHARGING)
255-5478
(3) PUMP GP
(BRAKE
COOLING)
255-5478
(29) FILTER GP
OIL (BRAKE)
155-6061
(5) VALVE GP
ACCUMULATOR
CHARGING
257-0273
(54) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC
(ENGINE OIL)
230-2637
(20) ACCUMULATOR GP
(BRAKE)
220-5692
(13) VALVE GP
CHECK
249-5521
(17) VALVE GP
RELIEF
228-7839
(12) VALVE GP
(CAB MANIFOLD)
261-1316
(14) SWITCH AS
PRESSURE
3E-7806
(14) SWITCH AS
PRESSURE
3E-7806
(4A) PUMP GP
(HOIST)
255-5478
(2B) PUMP GP
(BRAKE CHARGING)
256-0561
(4B) PUMP GP
(HOIST)
256-0561
(26) SCREEN AS
7J-3723
(1) TANK GP
HYDRAULIC AND TRANSMISSION
258-9852
(23) CYLINDER GP
TELESCOPING (HOIST)
171-1232
(24) PLATE
ORIFICE (HOIST)
8X-7224
(22) VALVE GP
CONTROL (HOIST)
245-1668
(59) VALVE AS
SHUTTLE
8J-6875
(21) PEDAL GP
BRAKE VALVE
261-1317
(11A) BRAKE GP
SERVICE
(FRONT BRAKES)
8X-3810
(9) ADJUSTER GP
SLACK (FRONT)
8X-7921
(11A) BRAKE GP
SERVICE
(FRONT BRAKES)
8X-3810
(11B) BRAKE GP
SERVICE
(FRONT BRAKES)
243-5551
(11B) BRAKE GP
SERVICE
(FRONT BRAKES)
243-5551
(27) SCREEN AS
(BRAKE COOLING)
6E-6640
(27) SCREEN AS
(BRAKE COOLING)
6E-6640
(28) CORE AS
OIL COOLER
141-4109
(28) CORE AS
OIL COOLER
141-4109
8 6 5 4 3 2 1
A
B
C
D
E
F
1 2 3 4 5 6 8
F
E
D
C
B
A
7
7
Components are shown installed on a fully operable machine with the key and engine off, transmission shifter
in neutral and with parking brake set.
Refer to the appropriate Service Manual for Troubleshooting, Specifications and Systems Operations.
VOLUME 2 of 2: STEERING AND POWERTRAIN
SCHEMATIC PART NUMBER: 255-6188, CHANGE: 07, VERSION: -
MEDIA NUMBER: RENR8305-05
THIS SCHEMATIC IS FOR THE 777F OFF-HIGHWAY TRUCK HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
DRAIN / RETURN LINE
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT COLOR DESCRIPTIONS
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
STEERING PUMP CIRCUIT
TRANSMISSION AND TORQUE CONVERTER SCAVENGE PUMP CIRCUIT
LOCK-UP CLUTCH VALVE PUMP CIRCUIT
BRAKE COOLING
PUMP SUPPLY LINE
TRANSMISSION CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT
TORQUE CONVERTER CHARGE PUMP CIRCUIT
SECONDARY STEERING PUMP CIRCUIT
LINE PATTERNS
Drain / Return Lines
Component Group
Pilot / Load Sensing Pressure
Pressure Line
Attachment
Air Line
CALLOUTS
Taps (Pressure, Sampling,Sensor) by letter YY
(39) FILTER GP
HYDRAULIC (STEERING)
249-2334
(30) TANK GP
HYDRAULIC (STEERING)
249-2925
(38) FILTER GP
OIL (STEERING)
173-0159
(34) CYLINDER GP
STEERING
105-2440
(33) PUMP GP
METERING (STEERING)
195-6617
(36) SWITCH AS
PRESSURE
(STEERING PUMP OIL LOW PRESS)
313-5104
(15) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC (BRAKE RETRACT)
230-2637
(54) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC (ENGINE OIL)
230-2637
(35) PUMP GP
ELECTRIC (STEERING)
230-2637
(40) VALVE
BREAKER RELIEF
9T-0818
(49) VALVE GP
RELIEF (TORQUE
CONV. OUTLET)
3P-0349
(48) CONVERTER GP
TORQUE
249-5539
(18) FILTER
BREATHER
8X-4575
(55) VALVE GP
RELIEF (TORQUE
CONV. INLET)
3P-0348
(1) TANK GP
HYDRAULIC AND TRANSMISSION
258-9852
(26) SCREEN AS
7J-3723
(41) PUMP GP
GEAR
(TORQUE CONV. SCAVENGE)
256-6123
(50) PUMP GP
GEAR
(TORQUE CONV. CHARGE)
256-6123
(57) VALVE GP
CHECK
268-3451
(53) PUMP GP
GEAR
(TRANSMISSION CHARGING)
256-6123
(42) FILTER GP
OIL (TORQUE
CONV. CHARGING)
4T-4760
(25) FILTER GP
OIL
249-2306
(43) VALVE GP
MODULATING (TORQUE
CONV. LOCKUP CLUTCH)
244-3114
(60) VALVE GP
RELIEF
268-3998
(44) FILTER GP
OIL (TRANSMISSION)
244-0121
(45) FILTER GP
OIL (TRANSMISSION)
270-5181
(56) CORE GP
OIL COOLER
4W-5056
(46) SWITCH AS
LIQUID LEVEL
172-8660
(47) SCREEN AS
7J-0725
(51) PUMP GP
GEAR (LOCK-UP
CLUTCH VALVE PILOT)
256-6123
ECM
M
B
HMU
SS LST LS
SOS A C
D
E
A
B
LOAD SENSE STEERING SYSTEM
POWERTRAIN:
TRANSMISSION AND TORQUE CONVERTER
W
T
Z
X
Y
U
V
HYDRAULIC
CONTROLS
TORQUE
CONVERTER
TRANSMISSION
LOCK UP
VALVE
LOCK-UP CLUTCH
PRESSURE
TO BRAKE
COOLING
TO BRAKE
COOLING
To Traction Control Valve
To Hoist Pilot
Signal Resolver
To Rockford Fan
Clutch Control
(Attachment)
(32) VALVE GP
CHECK (STEERING)
175-7050
(37) SWITCH AS
PRESSURE
(SEC STEERING)
9X-4455
(61) VALVE GP
MANIFOLD AND SOLENOID
(STEERING DISABLE)
277-8869
(31) PUMP GP
PISTON (STEERING)
261-5630
(52) PUMP GP
GEAR
(TRANSMISSION SCAVENGE)
256-6123
MACHINE TOP VIEW - BRAKES AND HOIST
CAB
59
58
54
47
35
29
28
27
26
24
24
23
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
14
12
11
11
10
10
9
8
7
6 5
4
3
2
1
VIEW ALL CALLOUTS
BRAKING VIEW
Purge Solenoid
Parking Brake Solenoid
Relief Valve
Pressure Switch
Shown in the visual are the three brake accumulators for the 777F. The accumulators
(20) are charged by the brake charging pump and supply the required oil flow to
disengage the front and rear brakes. The outer accumulators are for the rear service
brakes. The middle accumulator is for the parking brake and front service brakes.
A check valve in the circuit between the parking accumulator and the rear service
accumulators allows only the parking brake accumulator to be filled when using the
secondary electric pump.This allows the parking brake to be released by using the
secondary electric pump.
Shown in the visual is the new location of the hoist pump (4A, 4B). The hoist pump is
a gear type pump and is attached to the brake cooling pump (3) and the brake
charging pump (2A, 2B). The hoist pump is now driven by the gears at the back of the
engine.
This visual shows the parking brake valve (6) for the 777F which is located on the
inside left frame rail behind the middle cross member. The parking brake release
valve no longer works off pressurized air. This valve receives oil flow fromthe parking
brake accumulator. Contained within the valve is a parking brake solenoid valve and
a purge solenoid valve.
The accumulator charging valve (5) is located on the left side of the frame by the brake accumula-
tors This valve directs oil to the brake accumulators, brake cooling, and the tank. Once the accumu-
lators are charged, the excess oil flow is sent to cool the brakes before returning to the tank.
The Brake ECM monitors the pressure in the service brake accumulators with pressure switch. If
the pressure in the service brake accumulators are low, the pressure switch will open and the Brake
ECM will signal the monitoring system to turn on the brake system-check indicator.
Pressure tap (E) is used to check the oil pressure in the service brake accumulators. Pressure tap
(F) is used to check the charge oil pressure from the pump.
The accumulator charging valve contains a CUT-IN/CUT-OUT spool. Once the maximum brake
system pressure is reached, the spool will shift and send the excess flow to brake cooling. As the
systempressure continues to drop to the CUT-IN pressure setting, the spool will shift again and the
system will charge to the CUT-OUT pressure setting. This process will continue to repeat as often
as needed to keep the brake system fully charged. The CUT-IN/CUT-OUT pressure is checked at
pressure tap (B).
The relief valve setting is set slightly higher than the CUT-OUT pressure setting. In the event that
the CUT-IN/CUT-OUT valve spool fails, the relief valve will protect the system from extreme
pressure. Relief valve can only be tested on a hydraulic test bench.
The brake systemoil filter (29) is located on the left outer frame rear next to the left rear strut mount.
The brake system oil filter has a bypass switch.
The 777F has two slack adjusters. The top visual is of the rear slack adjuster (8). The rear slack
adjuster is located above the rear differential. The slack adjuster maintains a consistent feel and
application of the brakes as the brake discs wear.
The lower visual is of the front slack adjuster (9). The front slack adjuster is located on the left strut
frame support. The slack adjuster maintains a consistent feel and application of the brakes as the
Shown in this visual is the diverter (towing) valve (16) for the 777F. The diverter valve functions the
same however has changed locations. The diverter valve for the 777F is now located on the left
frame rail in front of the left front strut. The diverter valve must be manually shifted before towing.
Once the valve is shifted, oil flow fromthe electric secondary pump is directed to the parking brake
valve to release the parking brake. The relief valve (17) limits the maximum pressure when using
the towing pump.
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6
5
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HOIST VIEW
Shown in the visual is the new location of the hoist pump (4A, 4B).
Shown in the visual is the new location of the hoist control valve (22). The valve (22) is located behind the engine on
the right side of the frame. The valve (22) will function the same as the hoist control valve on the 777D.
Shown in the visual to the right are the pressure taps for the hoist
cylinders. These pressure taps are located on the cross-tube between
the lower hoist cylinder mounts. The pressure tap (M) checks the
pressure of the cylinder lower circuit. The pressure tap (L) checks the
pressure of the cylinder raise circuit.
Shown in the visual to the left are the pressure taps for the hoist control
valve. The pressure tap (R) checks the pilot pressure for the hoist lower
solenoid. The pressure tap (P) checks the pilot pressure of the raise solenoid.
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M
L
4B
4A
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P
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MACHINE TOP VIEW - STEERING AND POWERTRAIN
CAB
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STEERING SYSTEM VIEW
Shown in this visual is the 777F steering system tank. The tank is located on the right
platform. The 777F steering tank functions the same as the the 777D steering tank.
Shown in this visual is the steering pump (31) for the 777F. The steering pump is mounted
on the back of the C32 ACERT engine. The steering pump is a load sensing, pressure
compensated, piston-type pump
Relief Valve Relief Valve
Steering Disable
Solenoid
Shown in this visual is the steering valve (32) for the 777F. The 777F uses the same steering valve as the 777D.
The steering valve is located in the same place however the steering valve is mounted differently.
The pressure tap (T) checks the pressure in the supply line to the HMU. If the supply oil pressure to the HMU is
below specification, the relief valve many need to be adjusted.
The steering disable valve (61) is located behind the shock on the right frame rail.
When the steering disable solenoid valve is energized, the flow from the steering to the steering valve is blocked
by the steering disable valve (61).
Shown in the visual to the left is the electric secondary steering pump (35) on the 777F.
The pump and motor are the same as the 777D however the location has changed.
The pump and motor are now located on the front crossmember.
The secondary pressure switch (36) is mounted next to the secondary steering pump.
The pressure switch (36) detects if the wheels are being turned via the steering wheel
when secondary steering is applied.
When the wheel is turned in a secondary steering condition, the pressure switch (36)
will signal the Transmission/Chassis ECM and the QuickEvac function will be disabled.
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36
35
32
31
30
T
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POWERTRAIN VIEW
This view shows the torque converter lockup clutch filter. (X) is a pressure tap.
The pressure indicated at tap (X) is pump pressure for the lockup clutch pilot circuit.
Shown in the this visual is pressure tap (W) for the lockup clutch valve and
pressure tap (V) for the outlet relief valve. The pressure indicated at tap (W)
is the pressure in the lockup clutch. The pressure indicated at tap (Z) is the
pressure inside the torque converter.
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h j
Shown in this visual is the 777F ECPC transmission. This new transmission has
pressure taps located on the outside of the transmission. This feature will aid in
preventing contamination from entering the transmission as well as saving
time when checking the pressures on the 777F transmission.
Lube oil pressure can be checked at tap (a).
System pressure can be checked at tap (b).
Clutch 6 pressure can be checked at tap (c).
Clutch 5 pressure can be checked at tap (d).
Clutch 7 pressure can be checked at tap (e).
Clutch 4 pressure can be checked at tap (f).
Clutch 3 pressure can be checked at tap (g).
Clutch 2 pressure can be checked at tap (h).
Clutch 1 pressure can be checked at tap (j).
NOTE: The taps shown in this visual
do not appear on the schematic.
Shown in this visual is the 777F torque converter charging filter (42).
The charging filter is located on the right frame rail, behind the right front tire.
The SOS port is located on the torque converter filter.
SOS Port draws a sample from the outlet of the filter.
SOS
Shown in the left visual is the 777F transmission charge filters. The 777F has two filters
mounted on the cross member on the right side of the machine. Port (Y) is an SOS port.
The rear filter housing also has a bypass switch. The bypass switch provides an input
signal to the Caterpillar Monitoring System, which informs the operator if the filter is restricted.
Shown in the top visual is the new five section gear pump. The gear pump is a
different design then the previous 777D.
The gear pumps are for the following circuits:
Torque converter scavenge (41)
Torque converter charge (50)
Lockup clutch valve pilot circuit (51)
Transmission scavenge (52)
Transmission charge (53)
Shown in the lower visual are some of the torque converter system components
for the 777F. The torque converter systems are similar between the 777D
and 777F. The torque converter inlet relief valve (55) and the torque converter
outlet relief valve (49) will function the same. The lockup clutch valve (43) on the
777F is now an ECPC valve.
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53 52 51 50
49
45 44
43
42
41
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Y
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