Re: Wain Roy backhoe in reply to BCnT, 10-26-2012 11:12:22
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see Not sure where to find the filter but I'm going out to look .I can't see any lines going to or coming from the transmission. Is it possible that the switching mechanism for forward and reverse is driven by the hydrolic system? I'm thinking if the valve body is the issue the problem is beyond my ability. Thanks for the help.
Re: Wain Roy backhoe in reply to Parkay1, 10-26-2012 12:07:29
well,filter may not be the rite term...i really dont have a clue,but if trans has a sump or pan underneath,there may be a screen inside thats plugged...wish i could tell you more...repost your question on the loader crawler board...more folks over there with heavy equipment.
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