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AgGPS® Autopilot™
Automated Steering System

Installation Instructions
Case IH

New Holland

Version 4.00
Revision A
November 2007
Part Number 54035-52-EU2

*54035-52-EU2*

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T7030

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T7060

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This is the November 2007 release (Revision A) of the AgGPS Autopilot
Automated Steering System Installation Instructions, part number
54035-52-EU2. It applies to version 4.00 of the AgGPS Autopilot
automated steering system.
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Safety Information
In this chapter:
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Warnings

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Cautions

Always follow the instructions that
accompany a Warning or Caution . The
information they provide is intended to
minimize the risk of personal injury and/or
damage to property. In particular, observe
safety instructions that are presented in the
following format:

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WARNING – This alert warns

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CAUTION – This alert warns of a
hazard or unsafe practice which,
if not avoided, can cause injury or
damage.

of a potential hazard, which, if
not avoided, can cause severe
injury.

Note – An absence of specific
alerts does not mean that there
are no safety risks involved.

AgGPS Autopilot Automated Steering System Installation Instructions

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Warnings

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WARNING – When you are working on the vehicle’s hydraulic systems, vehicle

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WARNING – If someone else attempts to drive the vehicle while you are working on or

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WARNING – Agricultural chemicals can pose serious heaIth risks. If the vehicle has

attachments that are suspended can drop. If you are working around the vehicle, you
could suffer serious injury if an attachment dropped on you. To avoid this risk, lower all
vehicle attachments to the ground before you begin work.

under it, you can suffer serious or fatal injuries. To avoid this possibility, install a lockout
box on the battery terminal to prevent the battery from being reconnected, remove the
key from the vehicle’s ignition switch, and attach a “Do not operate” tag in the cab.

been used to apply agricultural chemicals, steam clean the vehicle to remove any chemical
residue from the areas of the vehicle where you will be working.

Cautions

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CAUTION – When the vehicle has been running, parts of the vehicle, including the engine
and exhaust, can become extremely hot. These hot parts can cause serious burns. To avoid
burns, allow hot machine parts to cool before you begin working on them.

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CAUTION – The system installation may bring you into contact with chemical substances,
such as oil. These can cause poisoning. Ensure that you wash you hands thoroughly after
you have finished working on the system.

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CAUTION – Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds. Lead poisoning can cause lowered intelligence and kidney problems. To
avoid ingesting lead, ensure that you wash you hands thoroughly after touching the
battery.

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CAUTION – Vehicle cabs can be quite high in the air. Falling from this height can cause
broken bones and internal injuries. To avoid falling from the vehicle, ensure that when
you enter or exit the vehicle, you face the vehicle and use the steps and handrails.

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CAUTION – Always wear protective equipment appropriate to the job conditions and the
nature of the vehicle. This includes wearing protective glasses when you use pressurized
air or water, and proper protective welders clothing if you want to complete any welding.
Avoid wearing loose clothing or jewelry that can catch on machine parts or tools.

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CAUTION – Parts of the vehicle may be under pressure. To avoid injury from pressurized
parts, relieve all pressure in oil, air, and water systems before you disconnect any lines,
fittings, or related items. To avoid being sprayer by pressurized liquids, hold a rag over fill
caps, breathers, or hose connections when you remove them. Do not use your bare hands
to check for hydraulic leaks. Use a board or cardboard instead.

AgGPS Autopilot Automated Steering System Installation Instructions

Contents
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Cautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Technical assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Your comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual system upgrade to Autopilot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AgGPS 150 EZ-Guide Plus lightbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EZ-Guide Plus with AgGPS 252 manual guidance system
EZ-Guide 500 manual guidance system. . . . . . . . . . . .
Required components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vehicle profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Autopilot hardware organization – as shipped. . . . . . . . . . . .
Autopilot hardware organization – as installed . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing the vehicle for installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Hydraulic components . . . . . . . . . .
Assembling the hydraulic control valve
Preparing the counterbalance valve . .
Installing the Autopilot manifold . . . .

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
AutoSense steering device components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Installing the AutoSense steering device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Preparing the harness (P/N 54602 Rev C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

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Antenna/Receiver Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Antenna and receiver installation options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
AgGPS 252 GPS receiver with AgGPS 450/900 radio module (if equipped) components . . . 41
Installing the AgGPS 252 GPS receiver with AgGPS 450/900 radio module (if equipped) . . . . 42
Installing an L1 antenna (WAAS, EGNOS, or OmniSTAR VBS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Installing an L1/L2/GNSS antenna (WAAS, EGNOS, OmniSTAR VBS, OmniSTAR HP/XP, or RTK)
45
Installing a radio remote antenna. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Installing a PDL450 radio modem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Installing an AgGPS 252 receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

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Display Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
EZ-Guide Plus lightbar components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
AgGPS Autopilot Automated Steering System Installation Instructions

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Installing the EZ-Guide Plus lightbar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting the EZ-Guide Plus lightbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the vacuum mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the mount bracket. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing the EZ-Guide Plus power cable for the alternative power supply
AgGPS FieldManager display components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing the AgGPS FieldManager display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the AgGPS FieldManager display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AgGPS FieldManager display: Connecting to permanent power . . . . . . .
EZ-Guide 500 lightbar components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
With a PDL 450 radio for 450 MHz RTK corrections (if equipped) .
Preparing the EZ-Guide 500 lightbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the EZ-Guide 500 lightbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Power Harness Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Power harness components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Installing the power harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

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Remote Engage Switch Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Remote engage switch components: Rocker switch
Remote engage switch components: Foot switch .
Preparing the remote engage cable . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the remote engage switch. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Controller Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Installing the controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Installing the controller cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Controller connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

9

Final Machine Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Final machine check . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the counterbalance valve
Increasing the CBV pressure .
Lowering the CBV pressure .

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CHAPTER

1
Introduction

1

This manual describes how to install the
Trimble® AgGPS® Autopilot™ automated
steering system.
Even if you have used other Global
Positioning System (GPS) products before,
Trimble recommends that you spend some
time reading this manual to learn about the
special features of this product. If you are not
familiar with GPS, visit the Trimble website
(www.trimble.com) for an interactive look at
Trimble and GPS.

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Manual system upgrade to Autopilot
10.1

AgGPS 150 EZ-Guide Plus lightbar

Retain

Remove

AgGPS 150 EZ-Guide Plus lightbar
Antenna for AgGPS 150 EZ-Guide Plus lightbar
Antenna to receiver cable
(Optional) Remote keypad

10.2

EZ-Guide Plus with AgGPS 252 manual guidance system

Retain

Remove

AgGPS 252 receiver

AgGPS 252-to-lightbar (P/N 50166)

AgGPS 50/150 lightbar (EZ-Guide Plus)
(Optional) Remote keypad

10.3

EZ-Guide 500 manual guidance system

Retain

Remove

EZ-Guide 500 lightbar

Cigarette lighter connector (P/N 62818)

Antenna for EZ-Guide 500 lightbar
Antenna-to-receiver cable
EZ-Guide 500 power cable (P/N 62817)
(Optional) Remote keypad

1.1

Required components

Kits required

Special tools required

Platform kit: P/N 54035-52

10.5 mm drill bit

Hydraulic hose kit: P/N 63579

Allen wrench set (metric and inch sizes)

One of the following:

• V plate: P/N 62388-02
• Mag mount kit: P/N 55685-00
One of the following:

• Remote engage switch assembly –
standard Euro: P/N 57227-10

• Remote engage foot pedal: P/N 57259

11.1

Vehicle profiles

Required profile
T7000: New Holland T7000 EU with Autosense.vdb
Puma: Case IH Puma EU with Autosense.vdb

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1.2

Autopilot hardware organization – as shipped

Platform kit
(P/N 54035-52)

Common
parts

GPS
receiver

Display

Hyd hose kit
(P/N 63579)

Roof bracket kit
(P/N 55685-00
or P/N 62388-02)

(2) Hydraulic valve

(8) Controller

(4) GPS
receiver

(2) Hyd. hoses

(4) Roof brackets

(2) Hydraulic manifold

(8) Cable kit

(5) AgGPS
FieldManager
display

(2) Hyd.
adaptors

(4) Mounting
hardware kit,
roof bracket

(2) Pressure transducer
(2) Counterbalance
valve

(8) Main
harness
(8) Aux.
harness

(2) Bolt kit - hydraulics
(2) Manifold mounting
bracket
(2) Hydraulic valve
cable
(2) Manual override
cable
(3) Steering angle
cable

(8) Sonalert
alarm

(4) GPS
antenna
(4) GPS
receiver
mounting
bracket

(5) EZ-Guide
500 lightbar
(5) AgGPS 150
lightbar

(4) GPS
receiver
power/data
cable
(4) RTK
radio,
cable, and
mounting
bracket kit
(supplied
separately)

(3) Steering angle
device, mounting
brackets, cable, and
hardware
(6) Power cable
(8) Bolt kit, controller

Note – The number in brackets refers to the chapter where that component is installed.

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Autopilot hardware organization – as installed
Hydraulics

Steering device

GPS receiver

Display

Power

Controller

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(8)

• Hydraulic
valve,
manifold,
pressure
transducer
• Hydraulic
valve cable
• Manual
override cable

• Steering device,
mounting brackets,
and hardware
• Steering device
cable

• GPS receiver
• GPS antenna
• GPS receiver
mounting
bracket
• GPS receiver
power/data
cable
• Roof brackets

• EZ-Guide
500 lightbar
• AgGPS
FieldManager
display
• EZ-Guide
150 lightbar

• Power
cable
• Electrical
accessory
kit

• Controller
• Controller
mounting plate
• Bolt kit controller
• Main harness
• Aux. harness
• Sonalert alarm

Preparing the vehicle for installation
Step 1
Park the vehicle on a level, hard
surface. Block the front and rear
wheels.

Step 2
Align the steering straight ahead. On
an articulated vehicle, install the
articulation locks.

Step 3
Remove all dirt and debris from the
areas of the vehicle where the AgGPS
Autopilot system will be installed.

Step 4
Open all kit boxes and check the
contents of the box against the
packing list/s. Lay all parts out on a
clean work bench.
Note – The left and right sides of the
vehicle are referenced while standing
behind the unit, facing the normal
direction of travel.

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AgGPS Autopilot Automated Steering System Installation Instructions

CHAPTER

2
Hydraulic Control Valve Installation
In this chapter:

2

This chapter describes how to install the
hydraulic control valve and hoses.

Q

Hydraulic components

Q

Assembling the hydraulic control
valve

Q

Preparing the counterbalance
valve

Q

Installing the Autopilot manifold

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Hydraulic components

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113 inch hose

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113 inch hose

F451TCJSJ7-04-04-04-113

Fitting (x2)

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28 inch hose (x4)

F451TCJSJ9-06-06-06-28

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Assembling the hydraulic control valve
Step 1
Place the hydraulic control valve and
components on a clean working
surface. Include the 160 PSI pressure
compensation valve and the 300 PSI
check valve.

Step 2
Remove the existing check valve
from above the T port as shown.

Step 3
Install the provided 300 PSI check
valve, which is stamped
“CV1-10-P-0-300”.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 4
Install the following fittings in the
ports as shown:
X -8 ORFS 90 degree elbow with jam
nut into the T port.
Note – Keep the jam nut loose for now.
Y -4 ORFS straight into the LS2 port.

Step 5
If it is installed, remove the check
valve.

Step 6
Install a -4 ORFS plug in place of the
check valve.

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Y

Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

2

Step 7
Install two -6 ORFS straight fittings
into the A and B ports.

Step 8
Install a -8 ORFS straight fitting in
the P port.

Step 9
Locate the pressure compensation
cartridge stamped “DPS2-10-F-F-0160”.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 10
Insert the P-Comp cartridge into the
P-COMP port.
Note – To seal the cavity correctly, the
o-rings and backup rings must be
clean and in place.

Step 11
Install the counterbalance bracket.
Use the two provided 3/8" x 3½" bolts
and secure them with the 3/8" nylock
nuts.

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Preparing the counterbalance valve
Step 1
Locate the dual counterbalance valve
and fittings. Remove any plastic caps.

Step 2
Install a -6 ORFS, 90° fitting into the
V1 and V2 ports.

Step 3
Install a -6 ORFS straight connector
X into the C1 and C2 ports.
Attaching a -6 ORFS swivel tee Y to
each of the straight connectors on
the C1 and C2 ports.

XY

XY

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 4
Connect the pressure sensor to the
counterbalance manifold.

Step 5
Use the two provided M8 x 45 mm
screws and washers to mount the
counterbalance valve onto the
bracket as shown. Secure the screws.
Note – When the Autopilot system is
completely installed, you may have to
adjust the pressure setting of the
counterbalance valve. See Adjusting
the counterbalance valve, page 105.

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2

Installing the Autopilot manifold
Step 1
Locate the hydraulic valve assembly
mounting location to the right of, or
just in front of, the cab.

Step 2

X

Mark the position of the mounting
holes as shown.
This view is from underneath the
hood, and above the engine. The
hand pump is located behind the
hood frame X.

35 mm
134.5 mm

15 mm

Step 3
Drill two holes with a diameter of
10.5 mm.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 4
Install the hydraulic valve assembly
underneath the L-shaped brace.
Secure it using the provided 3/8" x 1"
screws.

Step 5
Locate the clamped steel lines on the
left side of the engine. Label the
upper line and hose as B and the
lower line and hose as A, as shown.
Disconnect the hoses.

Step 6
Connect the existing hose labeled “A”
to the 90 degree elbow at the V1 port
of the counter balance valve.
Connect the existing hose labeled “B”
to the V2 port.

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B

A

Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

2

Step 7
Connect the -6 ORFS straight ends of
the supplied 28" hoses to the steel
line marked “A” and “B”.

Step 8
Connect the 90 degree end of the A
hose to the tee in the C1 port of the
counterbalance. Connect the 90
degree end of the B hose to the tee in
the C2 port on the counterbalance.

Step 9
Connect the -6 ORFS straight ends of
the other two supplied 28" hoses to
the branches of the tees.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 10
Connect the 90 degree end of the A
hose that runs from the C1 port to
the A port on the Autopilot manifold.
Connect the 90 degree end of the B
hose that runs from the C2 port to
the B port on the Autopilot manifold.

Step 11
Locate the Power Beyond P and LS
ports on the valve stack at the rear of
the tractor.

LS

Step 12
Remove the plug from the P port and
install a -8 ORFS straight fitting.
Remove the plug from the LS port
and install a -4 ORFS straight fitting.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

2

Step 13
Install a -8 swivel tee on the P port
and a -8 ORFS plug to the run side of
the tee.

Step 14
Install a -4 ORFS 90 degree elbow in
the LS port.

Step 15
Locate the T port X at the back of
the tractor, underneath the valve
stack.

X

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Step 16
Install a -8 straight fitting into the
T port.

Step 17
Install a -8 swivel tee on the T port
and a -8 ORFS plug to the run side of
the tee.

Step 18
Locate the provided 113" P hose, the
113" T hose, and the 113" LS2 hose.
Route them underneath the cab from
the back of the tractor toward the
Autopilot manifold.
Keep the straight end of the P and LS
hoses and the 45 degree end of the T
hose at the back of the tractor.

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Step 19
Connect the 45 degree end of the
T hose to the branch of the tee on the
T port.

Step 20
Connect the straight end of the
P hose to the branch of the tee on the
P port.
Keep the connection loose at this
stage.

Step 21
Connect the straight end of the
LS hose to the 90 degree elbow on the
LS port.

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Hydraulic Control Valve Installation

Step 22
Check that the P, T, and LS hoses are
routed properly underneath the cab
toward the Autopilot valve to
minimize the risk of damage.
Note – This tractor is fitted with a soft
cab suspension that can cause large
cab movements in rough terrain
conditions. Therefore, attach the hoses
to the chassis rather than the cab to
prevent the hoses from being damaged.

Step 23
Connect the straight end of the 113"
T hose to the 90 degree elbow on the
T port of the Autopilot manifold.

Step 24
Connect the 45 degrees end of the
113" LS hose to the LS2 port on the
Autopilot manifold.

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Step 25
Connect the straight end of the 113"
T hose to the 90 degree end of the
T port on the Autopilot manifold.
Tighten all of the connections that
you previously left loose.

Step 26
Connect the hydraulic valve cable
and manual override cable and then
route them to the controller.
Secure all harnesses and hoses with
tie straps.
Note – If the vehicle steers in the
opposite direction to that expected
during calibration, swap the steering
valve connectors on the valve.

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CHAPTER

3
AutoSense Steering Device
Installation
In this chapter:
Q

3

This chapter describes how to install the
AgGPS AutoSense™ steering device.

AutoSense steering device
components

Q

Installing the AutoSense steering
device

Q

Preparing the harness (P/N 54602
Rev C)

If the described mounting location is not
accessible, chose an alternate location. To
ensure proper function, the AutoSense device
must be located in a position that is free of
obstructions and allows it to rotate with the
wheels when they turn.
On articulated vehicles, mount the AutoSense
device on the opposite side of the pivot point
to the Autopilot controller.
Mount the device base down or base up so it
maintains a level orientation. Do not mount it
on its side. An angle of up to 10 degrees in any
direction is acceptable.
To avoid stretching the cable, leave adequate
length on the service loop.

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation

AutoSense steering device components

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Description

X
Y
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P-6 connector

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Power connector
AutoSense connector
Jumper cable (P/N 57560)
AutoSense steering cable (P/N 57885)

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation

3

Installing the AutoSense steering device
Step 1
Locate the mounting location at the
left kingpin.
Remove the two bolts shown.

Step 2
Use the existing hardware to mount
the AutoSense bracket as shown.

Step 3
Mount the AutoSense device on the
bracket with the connector pointing
toward the center of the vehicle. Use
the six provided #6 x ½" socket head
screws.

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation

Step 4
Turn the vehicle steering as far to the
right as possible (the mechanical
lock) to ensure that there is no risk of
damage to the AutoSense connector
from the bolt that reduces the
rotation of the fender.

Step 5

STANDARD AXLE

If the tractor is fitted with a standard
axle, route the steering cable to the
steering device along the tie-rod and
then connect it to the steering
device.

STANDARD AXLE

SUPERSTEER AXLE
If the tractor is fitted with a
SuperSteer axle, route the steering
cable along the main axle and then
connect it to the steering device.

SUPERSTEER AXLE

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3

Step 6
Secure the cable with cable ties or
adhesive plastic consoles (not
supplied).
Leave adequate length on the service
loop to avoid stretching the cable.

CABLE TIES

ADHESIVE PLASTIC CONSOLES

Step 7
Connect the steering device cable
connection to P-6 on the main wiring
harness. P-6 is labeled “Steering
Sensor”.

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation

Preparing the harness (P/N 54602 Rev C)
Step 1
Remove the black Deutsch DTM
receptacle from the P-13 sensors leg
of the auxiliary harness. See
Chapter 8, Controller connections.

Step 2
Remove the plug from cavity
number 1.

Step 3
Remove the wedge from the
connector.

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3

Step 4
Insert the DTM pin labeled “Cavity 1”
into the connector.

Step 5
Pull back on the wire to seat the pin.
Replace the wedge in the connector.

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AutoSense Steering Device Installation

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CHAPTER

4
Antenna/Receiver Installation
In this chapter:
Q

Antenna and receiver installation
options

Q

AgGPS 252 GPS receiver with
AgGPS 450/900 radio module (if
equipped) components

Q

Installing the AgGPS 252 GPS
receiver with AgGPS 450/900
radio module (if equipped)

Q

Installing an L1 antenna (WAAS,
EGNOS, or OmniSTAR VBS)

Q

Installing an L1/L2/GNSS antenna
(WAAS, EGNOS, OmniSTAR VBS,
OmniSTAR HP/XP, or RTK)

Q

Installing a radio remote antenna

Q

Installing a PDL450 radio modem

Q

Installing an AgGPS 252 receiver

4

This chapter describes how to install an
AgGPS 252 receiver and radio module, an
L1/L-Band/Beacon antenna, or an L1/L2
antenna.
Note – To install an EZ-Guide® Plus system or
an EZ-Guide 500 system, see Chapter 5, Display
Installation.

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Antenna/Receiver Installation

Antenna and receiver installation options
There are several options for mounting components (the antenna, radio module, or
GPS receiver) on the cab roof depending on the required accuracy:


4" x 6" or 4¾" x 4¾" plate with VHB adhesive tape – This plate comes with
most of the L1/L2/Beacon antenna kits. You attach it directly to the roof with
VHB (Very High Bond) adhesive. It is recommended for all DGPS applications
using WAAS/EGNOS, OmniSTAR VBS, and Beacon corrections. The antenna
attaches to the mounting plate with magnets.



V plate with VHB adhesive tape (P/N 62388-02) – This plate is available from
the roof mounting section. You attach it directly to the roof with VHB adhesive.
It is recommended for all HP/XP and RTK applications. The antenna attaches to
the mounting plate with magnets and the V shape ensures you can accurately
reposition the antenna.



AgGPS 252 magnet mount (P/N 55685-00) – This set is available from the roof
mounting bracket section. It has three plates that attach directly to the roof
using VHB adhesive tape. It is recommended for AgGPS 252 receiver mounting.

This table shows the possible mounting methods for each GPS receiver:
GPS receiver

AgGPS 252 receiver
EZ-Guide Plus/EZ-Guide 500
lightbar with L1 (DGPS) antenna
EZ-Guide 500 with L1/L2
(HP RTK) antenna

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4" x 6" or 4¾" x
V plate with VHB
4¾" plate with VHB adhesive tape
adhesive tape
(P/N 62388-02)

AgGPS 252 magnet mount
(P/N 55685-00)

x

x

F

F

x

x

x

F

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AgGPS 252 GPS receiver with AgGPS 450/900 radio module (if
equipped) components

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Z

Item

Description

X
Y
Z
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AgGPS 450 or 900 radio (if equipped)
Radio antenna cable and radio antenna base
AgGPS 450 or 900 radio antenna
Antenna/receiver cable to Autopilot controller
AgGPS Autopilot controller
AgGPS 252 antenna/receiver

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Antenna/Receiver Installation

Installing the AgGPS 252 GPS receiver with AgGPS 450/900
radio module (if equipped)
Step 1
Locate the AgGPS 252 mounting
plate and attach the antenna base (if
equipped) to the rear of the plate
with the two provided screws.

Step 2
Install the radio antenna on the
antenna base.

Step 3
Place the radio module on the AgGPS
252 receiver. Install eight screws in
the holes as shown.

Step 4
Place the radio module connector
into Port B of the receiver X.
Bolt the AgGPS 252 receiver onto the
mounting plate. See Installing an
AgGPS 252 receiver, page 50.
When you have secured the AgGPS
252 receiver onto the mounting plate,
connect the radio antenna cable Y
(if equipped).

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X

Antenna/Receiver Installation

4

Installing an L1 antenna (WAAS, EGNOS, or OmniSTAR VBS)
Step 1
If the antenna is already fitted with
built-in magnets, go to step 3.

Step 2
Screw the magnet into the antenna.
Stick the cover onto the magnet as
shown.

Step 3
Clean the antenna location on the
roof of the cab with a light solvent to
remove oil and dust. Remove the
covers from the adhesive strips and
then stick the antenna mounting
plate onto a flat surface as close as
possible to the back of the cab roof.

Rear of cab

Ensure the plate is exactly on the
centerline of the vehicle so the
adhesive strips are on either side of
the central rib, as shown.
Ensure that the center of the
mounting plate remains at least 1" to
2" forward from the rear axle.
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Antenna/Receiver Installation

Note – To secure the mounting plate to
the roof, you can also rivet the plate to
the plastic roof.

Step 4
Place the antenna magnetic mount
at the center of the mounting plate.
Connect the cable to the antenna
and route the cable toward the inside
of the cab.

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4

Installing an L1/L2/GNSS antenna (WAAS, EGNOS, OmniSTAR
VBS, OmniSTAR HP/XP, or RTK)
Step 1
Screw the magnet into the antenna.
Stick the cover onto the magnet as
shown.

Step 2
Locate the V plate and remove the
backing from one side of the VHB
strips provided and then apply the
strips to the plate.

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Antenna/Receiver Installation

Step 3
Clean the antenna location on the
roof of the cab with a light solvent to
remove oil and dust.
Position the plate so it points
forward and then remove the
backing from the other side of the
VHB strips.
Apply the plate to the cab roof as
close as possible to the back of the
roof.
When the antenna is installed on the
V plate, ensure that the center of the
antenna remains at least 1" to 2"
forward of the rear axle of the vehicle.
Ensure that the VHB strips make
even contact with the surface. Apply
pressure and then leave for
approximately 30 minutes to adhere.
Note – The arrow points to the front of
the vehicle.

Step 4
Place the antenna against the lip at
the point of the V plate for repeatable
positioning.
Connect the cable to the antenna
and route the cable toward the inside
of the cab.

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Rear of cab

Antenna/Receiver Installation

4

Installing a radio remote antenna
Step 1
Connect the radio antenna to the
magnetic antenna base.

Step 2
Attach the magnetic radio antenna
base to the rear of the V plate on the
roof. If the cable does not reach the
V plate, use the 4" x 6" plate with the
VHB provided to relocate the
antenna.
Feed the radio antenna cable down
from the roof and into the cab to the
radio modem.

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Antenna/Receiver Installation

Installing a PDL450 radio modem
Step 1
Install the radio in a location where it
is accessible when the operator
needs to select a new radio channel
ID.

There are several mounting options:


48

For a permanent mount, bolt
the radio onto a bracket with a
5/8" UNC screw.

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4

For a temporary mount (so it
can be moved between vehicles),
mount the radio on a magnet
with a 5/8" UNC stud.

Step 2
Connect the radio antenna cable
adaptor to the radio.

Step 3
Connect the radio cable to the
adaptor.

AgGPS Autopilot Automated Steering System Installation Instructions

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