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Re: Case 1030 Hydraulic Control Unit

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01-27-2013 06:49:37

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With the engine idling carefully and slowly crack the outlet pipe fitting on hydraulic pump loose, it should begin leaking oil out indicating the pump is turning. If it does not you could have a problem as Doug has mentioned. If it does pump oil out, there could be control valve or coupler issues. A pressure test would point you in the right direction. If the hyd pump is turning the PTO input is also turning indicating a mechanical problem, perhaps a simple clutch adjustment, but more than likely the PTO unit will need removal and inspection. Rod.

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01-27-2013 17:54:47

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 Re: Case 1030 Hydraulic Control Unit in reply to 1370rod, 01-27-2013 06:49:37  
Thanks Rod. Lots of good advice! I tried to take a pressure test but got no reading. Called in a mechanic and he got a reading of about 920. I asked him for advice and he said, "Get rid of the tractor before you spend any more $ on it" I asked him if he knew anything about Case tractors and he said,"No, but I'll take your blank check and start working on it" His name is Rogers and he is from Mt. Sterling, Ky.

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01-27-2013 07:14:30

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 Re: Case 1030 Hydraulic Control Unit in reply to 1370rod, 01-27-2013 06:49:37  
I worked on a neighbors 930ck once that had lost scv function, the stem (or whatever you call it)in the relief valve had broken off

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