John Deere 332
1987 - 1992 300 Series Garden tractor
Production Manufacturer John Deere
Built in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA
The John Deere 332 has been referred to as the "diesel 318" due to the 332's similarity to the popular gasoline-powered model. The 332 used the same engine as the model 330 it replaced, but added several features including power steering, dual hydraulics, and individual left/right brakes.
Variants 318 air-cooled gas
322 liquid-cooled gas
Differential mechanical brakes
Open operator station.
Capacity Fuel 4.5 gal 17.0 L
Hydraulic system 1.25 gal 4.7 L
Hydraulics Capacity 1.25 gal 4.7 L
Front valves 2
Tractor hitch Rear Type 0
Opt Optional Control directional control
Rear lift (at 24"/610mm) 640 lbs 290 kg
Power Take-off (PTO) Rear PTO independent
Opt Optional Clutch electric
Rear PTO Type 2000
Front PTO independent
Front PTO Type pulley
332 Serial Numbers Location: Serial number plate below the 332's dashboard console.
FAQ: How to read a serial number table.
Electrical Ground negative
Charging system alternator
Charging amps 20
Battery CCA 342
Battery volts 12
Battery Group U1
Lawn & Garden Tractors published in 1988, by John Deere
Lawn & Garden Tractors published in 1989, by John Deere
Lawn & Garden Equipment published in 1990, by John Deere
Lawn & Garden Tractors published in 1990, by John Deere
Lawn & Garden Tractors published in 1991, by John Deere
Grounds Care & Recreation Products Sales Manual published in 1989, by John Deere
Operator's Manual 332 (OM-M79602) published in 1988
Technical Manual 322, 330, 332 and 430 Lawn and Garden Tractors. (TM1591) published in 1995
Operator's Manual 38-Inch Mid-Mount Rotary Mower (200 and 300 Series) (OMM71721) published in 1986
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