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That plunger is the clutch cutout or dump valve,it should be held in by the linkage and have 10 thou free play from other words the linkage should push the plunger across till it is 10 thou from bottoming,when you press the pedal the plunger comes out allowing the valve to open and dump the oil pressure that was squeezing the clutch pack together giving it drive,JCB have always named and packeted their oil,originally the shuttle oil was the red ATF fluid,nowerdays any generic HyTrans oil will do fine,use the same in the back axle,if its 4x4 you use 80/90 gear in the diff,hubs of the front axle,the swing gearbox and the four speed transmission,the brakes use the same as the hydraulics tellus 32,the common problem with losing forward drive I'm sorry to say is an internal one,the forward clutch has a pressure plate disc called a Belleville spring,its like a large concave washer,it can crack and lose its tension and cause lose of drive,that Borg Warner shuttle is common to a lot of other machines,the Case 580 From C to K used it the only differ was the clutch cut out was electric on the Case,try the adjustment and make sure the oil level is right,brake on,engine low idle,transmission in 4th gear,shuttle in neutral pull the stick and check the not overfill it.


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