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    John Deere 6220L - engine

    John Deere 6220L tractor photo
    2002 - 2006
    Orchard/Vineyard tractor
    Previous model:John Deere 6210L
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    Engine Detail:

     John Deere PowerTech 4045TL071
     turbochargeddiesel
     4-cylinder
     liquid-cooled
     276 ci [4.5 L]
    Bore/Stroke:4.19x5.00 inches [106 x 127 mm]
    Emissions:Tier I
    Power:90 hp [67.1 kW]
    Air cleaner:dry
    Rated RPMs:2300
    Idle RPMs:875-2510
    Operating RPMs:1000-2300
    Torque:220 lb-ft [298.3 Nm]
    Torque RPMs:1500
    Firing order:1-3-4-2
    Starter volts:12
    Starter power:4 hp [3.0 kW]
    Oil capacity:16.8 qts [15.9 L]
    Oil change:500 h
    Coolant capacity:14.4 qts [13.6 L]
    Intake valve clearance:0.014 inches [0.356 mm]
    Exhaust valve clearance:0.018 inches [0.457 mm]
    6220L diesel engine oil chart
     

    Engine Detail:

     John Deere PowerTech 4045TL272
     turbochargeddiesel
     4-cylinder
     liquid-cooled
     276 ci [4.5 L]
    Bore/Stroke:4.19x5.00 inches [106 x 127 mm]
    Emissions:Tier II
    Power:90 hp [67.1 kW]
    Air cleaner:dry
    Rated RPMs:2300
    Idle RPMs:845-2465
    Operating RPMs:1000-2300
    Torque:281 lb-ft [381.0 Nm]
    Torque RPMs:1500
    Firing order:1-3-4-2
    Oil capacity:16.8 qts [15.9 L]
    Oil change:500 h
    Coolant capacity:14.4 qts [13.6 L]
    Intake valve clearance:0.014 inches [0.356 mm]
    Exhaust valve clearance:0.018 inches [0.457 mm]
    6220L diesel engine oil chart
     

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