I could really miss the mark on this one but it sounds like you lost your bevel gear drive set that drives all the pumps. It is internal but doable. IIRC you have to remove all pumps including the charge pump and its body from the tractor. I believe you must take the PTO casting off to remove the gearset. You need a factory service manual to achieve proper setup of the new gears. It is my opinion that the noise was the gearset grinding up and it could resemble a hydraulic noise. Hopefully some others will chime in and maybe I am off base but losing all hydraulics seems to be consistent with loss of pump drive.
Re: 2294 trans again! in reply to mEl, 08-19-2014 16:06:53
I'm with mel. I would check charge pump pressure to see if anything is being driven, I have heard of the piston hyd. pump input shaft snapping off but never seen one. If there is no psi at the charge pump remove the trans cover behind the PowerShift valve to Examine the pump drive gears.
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