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dewy

04-13-2014 05:46:06
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back cylinder leaks down,,but front hydralics does not. what causes that... thanks for input ....dewy




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Janicholson

04-13-2014 06:28:11
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 Re: farmall 200 in reply to dewy, 04-13-2014 05:46:06  
The cylinder that leaks down is either leaking Hydraulic oil past the cylinder seals, or the valve controlling it is leaking back past its seals. I assume the rear cylinder is connected to the hydraulics on both top and bottom of the cyl. If it was connected with one hose it would be leaking fluid out the top if it was the piston leaking.
If it is one hose, and if it is not leaking it is the valve.
With no malace in my heart, I ask you again to use a subject line that mentions the problem. Hydraulic leak down - Farmall 200 As an example.
It prevents people from looking at the post unnecessarily to figure out if they know what the answer is. It is a courtesy to the forum. (Not a Flame!!) Jim

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dewy

04-13-2014 06:37:40
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 Re: farmall 200 in reply to Janicholson, 04-13-2014 06:28:11  
sorry,gotcha.....shot out plumber to much glue ...cant spell.. failed english... did not graduate high school either...have big red heart.. no offense taken......thanks again DEWY



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couv

04-13-2014 06:21:19
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 Re: farmall 200 in reply to dewy, 04-13-2014 05:46:06  
If yours has the Touch Control front hydraulic block under the gas tank, AND a separate cylinder for the hitch ,
then,
either the rear cylinder itself has worn packing and seals,
or
the valve on the right side of the Touch Control block is leaking internally



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dewy

04-13-2014 06:26:24
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 Re: farmall 200 in reply to couv, 04-13-2014 06:21:19  
leaking internaly where it does have valve... wher back into resavor...how can i know for sure. dewy



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Dean Olson

04-13-2014 11:47:51
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 Re: farmall 200 in reply to dewy, 04-13-2014 06:26:24  
Rebuild the auxiliary control valve on the side of the touch control. All fluid has to go through there to or from the reservoir.

There"s a block that both hydraulic lines go through. Located between the seat and shifter. It designed to slow down lowering the fast hitch so you don"t drop a heavy implement and damage it. Bypass that. I bypassed mine years ago thinking I"d fix it. Still on my to do list. As the fast hitch works so well I may never get it done.

In my limited experience with 3 super C"s and a 200 that will solve your problem.

So far any cylinder I"ve had leak down has leaked externally and was obvious that was the problem.

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