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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

500c won't go forward

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Author  [Modern View]

05-28-2012 05:01:29

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Before I changed the filters and fluid the crawler would not move. I changed the filters and put new oil in the reverser/transmission now it will go backwards but nothing forwards. I am thinking the directional reverser valve is stuck won't shift? I verified the linkage is moving and even disconneted the crawlwer linkage and moved by hand and the same result. The crawler hadn't moved for several years. Anybody have a parts break down or advice how to fix? Thanks

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Fritz Maurer

05-30-2012 19:49:19

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 Re: 500c won't go forward in reply to 500c_Mike, 05-28-2012 05:01:29  
I don't know if it's the same as a 500E or not, but basic troubleshooting applies here. Does it have a trans pressure gauge? Is the pressure the same in reverse as in forward? If no, that could mean a leaking clutch piston, blown gasket or some other defect with the internal oil circuitry. If yes, that could indicate stripped clutch plates, smoked clutch or some kind of internal breakage. All this aside, I think you've gone as far as you can without dismantling it.

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