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140 hydrolic pump

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Farmall4856

06-26-2014 15:20:26
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On my 140 the hydrolic pump started to leak by one of the bolts that mount it to the frame. So took it off found that the hole inside has hair line cracks in it. Bought a used pump from a Super c. I was told it was working when on the tractor. So to make this long story short I put the new one on and started it up nothing would work. You could push up and down on levers and nothing would move or make a noticeable sound of hydrolic fluid flowing. So turned it off and feelt that the pump was extermly HOT! Is this pump shot to?

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ken house

06-27-2014 18:01:12
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-26-2014 15:20:26  
head the tractor down a steeper grade, chock, scotch it good so it does not roll off. let it sit there a day or two ( this may bleed the lines a bit). try hydraulic again, move levers slow, full extent both ways, one lever at a time, stop at the end of lever travel and repeat. if this does not work, then i do not know. try another pump. it should not take over a minute to prime.



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ken house

06-26-2014 18:34:23
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-26-2014 15:20:26  
make sure that it if full of hydraulic fluid. then head tractor down hill. move levers back and forth quite a few times. this may get the air out.



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Farmall4856

06-26-2014 18:41:07
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to ken house, 06-26-2014 18:34:23  
It's full I checked it twice and why is the pump getting hot



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ken house

06-26-2014 18:45:32
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-26-2014 18:41:07  
C farmall has a screen on it. i am sure that 140 has a screen or filter. find it and clean or replace it.

sounds like oil is not getting to the pump.



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Farmall4856

06-27-2014 11:43:39
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to ken house, 06-26-2014 18:45:32  
There's no oil getting to pump. Primed it and still nothing pump is getting real hot quickly! The pump doesn't even have any suction when you put your finger over it



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ken house

06-27-2014 17:55:33
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-27-2014 11:43:39  
it is a centrifugal pump. you will not have any suction until it primes.



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Farmall4856

06-26-2014 19:13:35
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to ken house, 06-26-2014 18:45:32  
Clean the screen twice as we'll. but why is the pump runing hot



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gene bender

06-26-2014 16:46:30
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-26-2014 15:20:26  
There is a screw on some of those pumps remove it and prime it.



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Farmall4856

06-26-2014 17:53:48
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to gene bender, 06-26-2014 16:46:30  
Alright will do but where is the screw at so I will know so I don't screw something else up



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gene bender

06-27-2014 03:58:29
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 Re: 140 hydrolic pump in reply to Farmall4856, 06-26-2014 17:53:48  
You cant screw it up as thats what the screw is there for but your pump mite not have one.



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