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Re: New holland dc85 Dozer

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Stick welding

05-17-2013 20:56:16

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Could it be a linkage problem for the hydro's that isn't allowing enough movement, which in turn isn't allowing enough oil flow? I had a linkage break on skid steer and one side wouldn't drive at all. Is there a parking brake or hydro lock that isn't releasing?

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05-18-2013 03:50:09

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 Re: New holland dc85 Dozer in reply to Stick welding, 05-17-2013 20:56:16  
I appreciate it ! Parking brakes ARE releasing perfect. I too question the linkages. It doesn't "snap" back to neutral.But as always,I wasn't specific enough! He used it last fall. It sat ALL winter. So,at his word,,everything mechanical SHOULD be right, I truly thought the filters would get her rockin again. No go at all. Guess I already know my own answer lol. Gonna need a trained tech on this machine to look at her : ((((. I am going to check the linkages!

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05-18-2013 11:18:51

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 Re: New holland dc85 Dozer in reply to atc007, 05-18-2013 03:50:09  
I know 'zero' about that tractor... That said... I'd start by looking at the control linkages and make sure that's all working freely. Lots of things can set up over winter. If that doesn't yield anything... Then I'd probably find the suction strainer for the charge pump assuming that it's a hydro machine... clean the strainer. Check for suction leaks, etc. Any charge pump should be a gear type and self priming provided the suction/sump is not obstructed.
This isn't one of those fancy joystick drive type machines with electronic controls for the hydro is it?


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05-18-2013 09:17:03

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 Re: New holland dc85 Dozer in reply to atc007, 05-18-2013 03:50:09  
Do the hydro's have a charge pump? If so, maybe it lost it's prime?

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05-18-2013 16:39:43

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 Re: New holland dc85 Dozer in reply to Stick welding, 05-18-2013 09:17:03  
Thanx guys ! Yes,,it is a FANCY lol,,new one joystick machine w 5 or 6 ? Electrical ,optional,,gears. But yes,,forward is F and R is reverse. Not familiar with charge pump,strainer etc.. But yes,,something HAS to have set up being outside all winter. GRRRRRR!! SO much work planned and NO time to put into wrenching...

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