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Re: 2390 Powershift diagnostic help

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Matt Hubbard

02-06-2013 05:26:54

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Thanks for the prompt response.

To be clear I think the pilot spool stuck at some time while I was plowing. Low and medium worked fine when I started. It was only when I downshifted as I was finishing that I noticed the problem and parked.

Will a destroyed clutch pack still periodically engage?

I'm guessing roading it back to the barn was a bad idea as if a clutch was stuck- the working clutches overpowered and forced stuck to slip.

I will go through the spool valve. I wasn't happy with the fit of c-1 I got while in the field. I agree that something got into valve pack and rest are suspect

I read in my service manual that steering was on separate circuit- does your comment imply steering can impact rest of system?

How are the a auxillaryv hydraulics tied into clutch pack and why would they only work in high?

Thanks again. I've read a lot of your posts and have found them very informative.

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02-06-2013 20:25:00

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 Re: 2390 Powershift diagnostic help in reply to Matt Hubbard, 02-06-2013 05:26:54  
The power shift transmissinn has hydraulic priority over the remotes. If the power shift pistons are leaking they will rob flow from the remotes.

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