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DavidinGa

09-30-2013 20:17:56
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I use 303 Tractor fluid from O'reilly auto parts in the transmission/hydraulics. Check the high pressure filter located in front of the radiator on the right side. The following is from the service manual "The hitch control valve has two adjusting controls. The one in front is for sensitivity and can be adjusted to control the speed at which the system will react to a signal from the draft arms. The control on top of the valve limits the amount of oil that the lift ram can get thereby limiting the lift speed." I won't be back around my 6040 for a couple of days, but on my 160 the control valve is directly below the seat. I hope this helps.

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10-02-2013 15:29:10
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 Re: 6040 in reply to DavidinGa, 09-30-2013 20:17:56  
Talked to the AGCO dealer they said there should be 75w90 in the rear end and this is the same sump for the hydraulics. Dealer said they put in hytran or equivalent oil in the rear end. Does this sound like a good idea or would I be asking for trouble. Any info would be helpful.



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