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hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA

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Chris Jensen

01-15-2008 14:27:27
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The hydraulic pump for this tractor is on the right rear side of the engine. The three point hydraulic lift has worked fine for years. Just started having to rev up the tractor to make it work: Oil has moisture in it as oil has a whiteish color--Where do you fill for hydraulic system: Three fill plugs--differential, transmisison, and what I think is the hydraulic fill plug--Do all three units: rearend, tran,. and hydraulic system use the same oil with a commom sump with baffles? I'm familiar with the ferguson system on my TE 20: resevoirs are full of oil--Where does one begin to check lift problems?

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Chris Jensen

01-16-2008 15:34:52
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 Re: hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA in reply to Chris Jensen, 01-15-2008 14:27:27  
I certainly want to thank all of you for responding to my questions regarding the hydraulic system on the Ford NAA. Your advice is greatly appreciated.

Chris Jensen



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Dave in MS

01-16-2008 08:46:59
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 Re: hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA in reply to Chris Jensen, 01-15-2008 14:27:27  
Chris, The NAA owner's Manual specifies 80-90 wt. gear oil in the transmisssion and differential, and Hydraulic oil in the center housing which is the hydraulic sump.



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GlenIdaho

01-15-2008 15:14:49
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 Re: hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA in reply to Chris Jensen, 01-15-2008 14:27:27  
Hi Chris; Just to add to what Larry said, there is no common sump, trans, hydraulics and rear differential are all separate unless a seal has gone out. Trans, hyd, and rear diff can all use the same oil that Larry mentioned.

Rear differential - 9 quarts

Transmission - 6 quarts (add another pint if it has a sherman)

Hydraulic - 8 quarts

Engiine - 6 quarts (with filter)



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Larry NCKS

01-15-2008 14:36:49
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 Re: hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA in reply to RodInNS, 01-15-2008 14:27:27  

Chris Jensen said: (quoted from post at 17:27:27 01/15/08) The hydraulic pump for this tractor is on the right rear side of the engine. The three point hydraulic lift has worked fine for years. Just started having to rev up the tractor to make it work: Oil has moisture in it as oil has a whiteish color--Where do you fill for hydraulic system: Three fill plugs--differential, transmisison, and what I think is the hydraulic fill plug--Do all three units: rearend, tran,. and hydraulic system use the same oil with a commom sump with baffles? I'm familiar with the ferguson system on my TE 20: resevoirs are full of oil--Where does one begin to check lift problems?


First, I'd get that oil changed. The fill plug for the hydraulics will be the one up under the seat. The drain plug will be the second one back from the clutch housing. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong here. I'm going off the assumption that the NAA was set up similar to the 55 to 64 models in this requard.

Use NH 134 fluid or equivalent in the hydraulics.
Then lastly, I expect your pump needs a kit or a replacement. You should have the old vane style pump if it's still original. You can bleed it by removing the foremost top screw and cranking the engine until oil comes out the hole. DO NOT LET IT START!!! Replace the plug. The lift should then work until the pump loses prime again, perhaps overnight, perhaps longer. If overnight it's time for an overhaul or replacement.

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old

01-15-2008 15:04:12
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 Re: hydraulic problems ford 1953 NAA in reply to Larry NCKS, 01-15-2008 14:36:49  
Larry your correct on the 3 places etc. I just looked in the owners manual to be 100% sure as to that



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