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7110 magnum trams problem

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Dalton George

04-02-2014 18:58:20
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My 7110 magnum 18 speed full power shift is stuck in high range and won"t come out. I can move it from park to forward but I have no low gears same in reverse. Full speed in reverse is not very safe!!

Any ideas what is locked and how to fix it?




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Dalton George

04-04-2014 12:33:44
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Dalton George, 04-02-2014 18:58:20  
Pretty sure it's warmed up enough now that if it was a cold issue it would be gone.



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Dalton George

04-04-2014 10:34:07
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Dalton George, 04-02-2014 18:58:20  
Pretty sure it's warmed up enough now that if it was a cold issue it would be gone.



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Agri King

04-03-2014 05:23:31
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Dalton George, 04-02-2014 18:58:20  
If it is anything external there may be a problem with the forward-neutral-reverse cable (worn cable or linkage) perhaps. The clutch & FNR cable ends are covered by a tower at the valve. You need to determine which is which. DO NOT go adjusting the clutch cable. This sets trans. pressure. The trans. is divided into 2 sections, speed & the range. If you are not experienced with these tractors you may be best off to have your dealer check it out.

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Brian Stortenbecker

04-02-2014 20:25:03
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Dalton George, 04-02-2014 18:58:20  
What gears do you have, the range trans consists of low, med and high clutch packs.



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Brian Stortenbecker

04-02-2014 20:45:30
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Brian Stortenbecker, 04-02-2014 20:25:03  
High range is 13 thru 18, so I assume if low and medium do not work, it may be in the control valve. Did this happen all of the sudden?



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Dalton George

04-03-2014 07:56:22
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Brian Stortenbecker, 04-02-2014 20:45:30  
Ya all if the sudden. I started it one day this winter, let it warm up and pulled it out of park and put it in reverse and it was in full speed reverse. I moved it into forward and the same thing high speed. Not sure what exact gear it goes into but it is definitely in high range. This happened a few months ago when it was cold so I just parked it and used my other tractor till now and it started to warm up.

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Brian Stortenbecker

04-03-2014 16:33:05
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Dalton George, 04-03-2014 07:56:22  
Cold weather can cause a lot of weird things. If it were me and it started all of the sudden, I would either get it in a warm shop or wait till it warms up. Or get it on a Dyno to warm the trans fluid up and then try.



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Dalton George

04-05-2014 07:22:51
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 Re: 7110 magnum trams problem in reply to Brian Stortenbecker, 04-03-2014 16:33:05  
Pretty sure it's warmed up enough now that if it was a cold issue it would be gone.



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