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484 brakes

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Ken_484 International

11-21-2012 11:35:01
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Somebody help. I own an International 484 and have a couple of issues. This fall I lost power brakes--completely. I have fluid spilling all about on the right side of the tractor below the PTO and hydraulic controls. That is problem number one. My second issue is a recurring one. I will run the machine to mow generally, and it will be fine for hours and then lose power. I assume this is a fuel issue. I have replaced the filter and bled the system. I will be good for a while and then it happens again.

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JimB2

11-21-2012 16:30:50
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 Re: 484 brakes in reply to Ken_484 International, 11-21-2012 11:35:01  
Hi Ken,
Re brakes, if you have hydraulic fluid leaking out from under seat area there is probably a leaky brake line. The brake lines run from under the dash along top of transmission, under the seat and into rear end above the axles. Remove metal cover off top of transmission and inspect brake lines. May have to remove seat and deck plate for access. To bleed brakes there is a grease like zerk bleed screw on top of each rear axle. Clean around bleed screw, with some plastic tubing and a clean container, warm tractor and let run abot 1400 RPM, fit tubing over end of bleed screw and let hydraulic fluid drain into container until there is no air bubbles, tighten bleed screw. Repeat on other brake bleed screw. If hydraulic fluid is clean, you can re-use it.

Re loosing power, junk in the bottom of fuel tank, you will have to drain tank and take the shut off valve out of both sides of tank, clean shut off valves and blow lines with air, flush fuel tank.

JimB

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