John Deere 3032E/3032 Tractor Specs Overview

John Deere 3032E/3032 Tractor Engine

Engine Model – Yanmar 3TNV88
Engine Power, Rated, hp (kW) – 31.4 (23.1)
Engine Speed, rpm – 2500
Power Boost, hp (kW) – No boost
Fuel Tank, gal (L) – 6.4 (24.2)
Cylinders – 3
Displacement, cu in (L) – 100 (1.64)
Engine Bore, in (mm) – 3.46 (88)
Engine Stroke, in (mm) – 3.54 (90)
Block Design, Replaceable Liners – Cast in Block
Aspiration, Turbocharged or Naturally Aspirated – Natural
Fuel System Description – In-Line Pump System
Fuel System Control – Mechanical
Fuel Injection to combustion chamber – Direct
Exhaust Pipe – Underhood std; vertical opt
Fan Drive Type – Belt
System Rating, Volts – 12
Alternator Rating, Amps – 40

John Deere 3032E/3032 Tractor

Description – Hydro 2 Range
Transmission Type – Hydrostatic
Forward / Reverse Speeds – Infinite, 2 ranges
Maximum Speed Forward, mph (kph) – 13 (20.9)
Creeper Range – Yes, hydrostatic
Shuttle (Forward-Reverse) – Yes

John Deere 3032E Tractor PTO (Power
take off)

PTO Horsepower, hp (kW) – 25 (18.6)
PTO Speeds, rpm – 540
PTO operational Type – Independent


Drive Wheels – 4WD
Tractor Steering Configuration – Front Steer

JD 3032 Tractor Rear Axle

Final Drive – Spur gear
Axle Output End – Flange
Axle Bar Diameter, in (mm) – No bar axle

Tractor Brakes

Brake Type – Wet Disk

John Deere 3032E Tractor Hydraulic

Hydraulic System Type – Open Center
Main Hydraulic Pump Type – Dual Gear
Standard Pump Flow, gpm (Lpm) – 9.3 (35.2)
Optional Pump Flow, gpm (Lpm) – No option
Standard Remote Valves – 2

3-Point Hitch Features

3-Point Hitch Category – Category 1
Draft Sensing or Lift Control – Position Control
Draft Link Ends Adjustable – Yes

3-Point Hitch Lift Capacity

Standard Lift Capacity 24 Inches behind pin, lb (kg) – 1,356 (615)


Drawbar Description – Optional Drawbar


Wheelbase, 4WD, in (mm) – 60 (1525)

Tire Size

Front Tire Size, 4WD – 7.00-14 4PR R1
Rear Tire Size – 11.2-24 4PR R1

LoadMatch electronic power management system maximizes torque and
virtually eliminates the possibility of stalling.

An exclusive digital Performance Tracking System instantly tells you the
status of the vital systems on your John Deere 2720 Tractor.

Digital speedometer is perfect for precision tasks like seeding.

Direct-injection diesel engines are quick starting and offer deep
reserves of torque for pulling heavy loads.

Tilt steering wheel and seat adjust for your comfort.

Standard loader joystick stays close at hand and clear of your knee.

Standard 4WD digs in when doing loader work or rotary cutting over
challenging ground.

Quik-Park loaders can be attached and detached in minutes—without tools.

JD 3032E Tractor Operating

The range shift lever provides two speed ranges.

The range shift lever is used in conjunction with the forward and
reverse travel pedals.

Choose a speed range to match work application.

– L – Low speed/high power operations such as tilling hard soil, mowing
high grass.

– L or H – Operations including hauling, and grass mowing.

– H – High speed operations such as transport and light mowing.

Driving Machine:

– Start machine engine.

– Unlock park brake.

– Choose L or H speed range on transmission range shift lever to match
work application.

– Move hand throttle lever to desired operating speed.

– Slowly depress forward pedal downward to travel forward.

– Slowly depress reverse pedal downward to travel in reverse.

– The farther either travel pedal is depressed, the faster the machine
will travel.

– Release travel pedal to stop machine and change speed range.

– Fully stop machine motion before turning key switch to off.

John Deere 3032E/3032 Tractor
Differential Lock (Traction Assist)

The differential lock is used to provide better traction when the rear
wheels start to slip. Engaging the differential lock will lock the right
and left side rear axles together and cause both rear wheels to turn at
equal speeds for maximum traction.

– Reduce speed and allow drive wheels to rotate at same speed before
engaging or disengaging traction assist.

– Disengage traction assist when driving on dry asphalt or concrete.

– Use traction assist only when necessary for improved ground

Engaging JD 3032 Tractor Differential

– Stop or slow machine movement.

– Depress pedal 20 – 25mm (3/4 – 1 in.) to operate differential lock.

Disengaging Differential Lock:

Rear wheel slippage will keep differential lock engaged. Lock will
automatically disengage when traction equalizes.

Mechanical Front Wheel Drive (MFWD)

John Deere 3032E/3032 Tractor Mechanical front wheel drive (MFWD)
enables the powertrain to drive both front and rear axles for improved
traction on difficult ground conditions and provides 4-wheel braking.

MFWD can be engaged and disengaged on-the-go with light loads and on low
traction surfaces.

To improve braking on sloped, icy, wet, or graveled surfaces, engage the

Add ballast to the tractor and travel at a reduced speed to avoid
skidding and loss of steering control. Put the transmission levers in
neutral to move the machine when the engine is not running.

– Pull up on MFWD lever to engage MFWD.

– It may be necessary to reduce engine load to disengage front wheel

– Push down MFWD lever to disengage MFWD.

Tips for JD 3032E Tractor Operating

– Maintain front tire pressure at maximum allowable level to ensure
proper tire performance in all field conditions.

– Engage MFWD to provide four-wheel braking.

– Disengage MFWD when driving machine to or from work site to increase
front tire life.

John Deere 3032E Tractor Service

Filling Cooling System:

– Allow radiator to cool.

– Raise hood.

– Fill cooling system.

– Install and tighten radiator cap.

– Run JD 3032E/3032 Tractor engine until it reaches operating

– Stop engine.

– Allow engine to cool. (Some coolant may be drawn into the radiator
from the recovery tank during cool down.)

– Check recovery tank coolant level: If no coolant is present, check
radiator coolant level first.

– Remove cap from recovery tank to add coolant if necessary.

– Lower hood.

Checking Radiator Hoses:

– Allow engine to cool.

– Raise hood.

– Check lower radiator hose for damage or cracking. Replace if

– Tighten hose clamps as needed

– Check upper radiator hose for damage or cracking. Replace if

– Tighten hose clamps as needed.

– Lower hood.

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