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Re: hydraulic remote squealing

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Bern

09-08-2013 15:18:54
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I have absolutely no clue what you are trying to say or ask here, other than it sounds to me like you put a hydraulic pump in for no reason.




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sixbales

09-08-2013 17:28:25
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to Bern, 09-08-2013 15:18:54  
You must be hearing high pressure fluid squeal. The remote connectors have balls that may be loose/allowing vibration?? Or possibly fluid squealing through the remote valves??



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bosco alan.

09-08-2013 17:49:02
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to sixbales, 09-08-2013 17:28:25  

Thanks , I do have a couple of the connection leaking so I will check. that out. And can the high pressure flow b. Fix. And to the other response , the squealing I have is when I lift. Or lower. A haybine or a grain drill as example my pump was bad it was checked that help the lifting and lowering but still have the squealing I keep the filters change thanks for the response



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sixbales

09-09-2013 04:06:40
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to bosco alan., 09-08-2013 17:49:02  
Things to check:
1) Couplers defective/not seating fully.
2) Damaged hoses stretched or crimped.
3) Air in hydraulic fluid.
4) Return line dead-heading against relief valve.



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Keith Williams

09-09-2013 05:50:38
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to sixbales, 09-09-2013 04:06:40  
I would add that he needs to check the auxilarly service valve. I believe that was on a load monitor system of that time frame. The Hydralics would squeal if that valve was out and no cyl was hooked up.
HTH
Keith



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bosco alan.

09-09-2013 04:48:34
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to sixbales, 09-09-2013 04:06:40  
Sixbales, thank for your reply, I am new at this. So could explain the the way to fix the dead return line - and relief valve if that would b my problem. The vent under the seat is open , explain the air in fluid also. Thank for all response



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sixbales

09-09-2013 06:25:51
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to bosco alan., 09-09-2013 04:48:34  
I would disconnect the remote hydraulic return line and route it to a clean bucket so you know that you have an unobstructed return flow. Operate some your troublesome remote functions and see if the squeal remains.

Air gets into your hydraulic system through leaks in your suction connections (suction line seals, and possibly pinhole leaks/cracks in the suction line). Leaking hydraulic filter seal is also possible. The root cause is probably due to a plugged pump suction screen in the reservoir. Do you see aerated hydraulic fluid?

The vent is necessary to expel air from the reservoir and is not part of the problem.

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bosco alan.

09-09-2013 08:41:27
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 Re: hydraulic remote squealing in reply to sixbales, 09-09-2013 06:25:51  
Sixbales, this tractor does not have a pump suction screen in the reservoir, the suction tube goes straight to the filter then out of the filter to the pump. The tube is clean.
The best I can tell the fluid is not aerated. Right now I have the tractor split apart putting new clutches in the PTO so I was hoping maybe to resolve some other problems while I am working on it.



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