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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: New issue with my JD 450c

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Ran the tests this morning.
1. Tried to stall it in 3rd but ground was to soft if I let just one side out it would just spin the track. Both left and right side. If I let both out at the same time that would stall the dozer.

2. When rolling it backward both sides brakes worked just fine.

3. When on hill and letting both levers out slowly at the same time I did find that narrow spot were it began to roll backwards.

Ran it hard for a half hour today and everything ran perfect. Both sides worded great had no issues. So not sure why some times it works great then other times it does not. Want to check the fluid for each side. Where do you check the fluid? Looked and could not find it. If low what type of fluid should I put in? If it is low would that make it slip or not engage? The dozer sat for over a year before I bought it perhaps it just needs to run a bit to unstick everything? I know I am reaching there....

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04-12-2014 10:35:24

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 Re: New issue with my JD 450c in reply to njthor, 04-12-2014 08:30:48  
Is uses John Deere Hyguard or equivalent. It's a combo trans/hydrauic oil. The HL-R transmission is what powers the steering clutchs. There's a gear pump inside the HL-R powershift trans that sends hydraulic power to the steering clutches. There's a dipstick on top of the HL-R trans. You need an operator's manual so you know how to check and maintain.

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