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BFKBP00 Lafayette 3606 Engine Caterpillar parts G3606B Lafayette
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CABFKBP00
BFK-BP00
BFKBP00
Caterpillar BFKBP00 Lafayette 3606 Engine

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Illustration 5 g06195051
Main relief valve (standard)
(A) Adjustment screw
(L) Locknut
Illustration 6 g06195116
Main relief valve (heavy lift)
(A) Adjustment screw
(L) Locknut
Loosen the locknut. Set the main relief pressure to 38000 500 kPa (5511 73 psi). Tighten the locknut.Note: Turn the adjustment screw clockwise in order to increase the pressure. Turn the adjustment screw counterclockwise in order to decrease the pressure.Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on pressure rise.
Verify the temporary main relief pressure setting with a second function. Move the joystick for the boom until the boom is at full BOOM RAISE position (full extension of the boom cylinder). The main relief pressure should be 38000 500 kPa (5511 73 psi).
Mark the original position of the line relief for the boom cylinder rod end (4).
Move the joystick for the boom until the boom is at the full BOOM LOWER position (full retraction of boom cylinders).
Check the pressure setting of the line relief for the boom cylinder rod end (4).
Loosen the locknut of the boom line relief valve. Turn adjustment screw of the boom line relief valve until the pressure reading at pressure tap (1) is 35000 kPa (5076 psi).
Move the joystick for the boom until the boom is at the full BOOM LOWER position (full retraction of boom cylinders).
Check the pressure setting of the line relief for the boom cylinder rod end (4).
Turn the adjustment screw of the boom line relief valve until the pressure reading at pressure tap (1) is 38000 500 kPa (5511 73 psi).Note: Always make final pressure adjustments on the pressure rise.Note: In order to prevent over setting, the adjustment should be stopped immediately after the pressure becomes within specification.
Reset main relief valve pressure setting to the normal operating condition after the completion of the line relief test and adjust. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Relief Valve (Main) - Test and Adjust".Boom Cylinder Head End and Stick Cylinder Rod End
Note: A continuous relief of the valve for more than 10 seconds is not allowed.
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Main control valve
(3) Main relief valve
(8) Line relief valve for the boom cylinder head end
(9) Line relief valve for the stick cylinder rod end
Mark the original position of the line relief valve for the stick cylinder rod end (9).
Loosen the locknut for line relief valve (9). Turn the adjustment screw clockwise by one quarter turn. Tighten the locknut.
Start the engine.
Place the hydraulic activation control lever in the UNLOCKED position.
Place the machine controls at the following settings: engine speed dial "7" and AEC switch OFF. Refer to Testing and Adjusting, "Engine Performance - Test (Engine Speed)" for engine rpm settings.
Increase the hydraulic oil temperature to 55° 5°C (131° 9°F).
Move the joystick for the stick until the stick is at the full STICK OUT position (full retraction of stick cylinder).
Check the main relief valve pressure setting at pressure tap (1) or pressure tap (2). The main relief pressure setting should be 35000 + 500 - 1000 kPa (5076 + 73 - 145 psi).
Illustration 8 g06195051
Main relief valve (standard)
(A) Adjustment screw
(L)

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