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Re: 3 pt hitch

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Jason S.

01-12-2014 07:46:36

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It sounds like the control valve has come unhooked from the control fork. Follow the two legs of the control fork down to the bottom and you should feel a T shaped piece that goes between the control forks and into the pump. When you move the control lever it moves the control fork which moves the valve in and out of the pump which determines whether the arms lift or drop. It is much easier to see with the oil drained completely out. The valve is directly over the big drain hole in the bottom of the pump. If the control valve is unhooked just spread the legs of the fork and reinsert the ends of the control valve. I always found it easier to go up thru the drain hole with a large screwdriver and pry the control fork open to get the control valve in. If you do drain the hydraulics completely when you go to refill it pour two gallons in and then wait 15 mins...then pour another gallon...wait...pour another...wait...until its up to the bottom bolt hole on the dipstick cover. If you pour the oil back in to fast it will pour out onto the brakes and out the front of the transmission onto your clutch.

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Andy Davis

01-12-2014 13:37:00

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 Re: 3 pt hitch in reply to Jason S., 01-12-2014 07:46:36  
Success, removed left side cover plate and was able to move the fork and all started to work again. My thanks to you all and to John UK for his patience.

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