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1190 hydraulic problem

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08-13-2017 02:12:14

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I posted about this problem about a week ago, and got sent some fault finding manuals. They helped alot, but there are still some problems. As i said in the previous post, i have a very low level of experience working with tractors and mecanics.

The problem is that the 3pt dosen't lift. We first noticed the problem when all of a sudden the lift didn't go up, then a few seconds late it raced up, and then slowly went down again. So we asume there is a stuck valve. But we are not sure.
We first tried to check if there is air in the system, but we couldent find the pump outlet pipe. On the faultfinding manual it looks as if the outlet is on the outside of the tractor, but we suspect that it is inside the housings. Dose anyone have an idea of were it is?
We kind of ignored that step, and went on the screw of the dumb valve housing, and now we think we have found the bypass valve(to check if it is dirty). Can anyone confirm that its the bypass valve, or something else?

should it be filled with oil here? and do we need to air the system after we screw the top on again?

Im sorry this a very messy tread. All awnsers are very much appriciated!!

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