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4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ?

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TIMAR

09-25-2012 14:45:13
208.92.170.186



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How much of a job is it to replace? My 4230 will ratchet if parked on a slope. Already tried the adjustment




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Heavyduty1

09-26-2012 13:26:33
66.87.4.95



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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to TIMAR, 09-25-2012 14:45:13  
Tims that is one nice shop. I need more lights in mine. Mine looks dark compared to yours. 8)



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Tim S

09-26-2012 13:35:11
99.159.254.50



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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to Heavyduty1, 09-26-2012 13:26:33  

I have 3 rows of 6 high bay lights,(18) that work out well, I spend a lot of time in here and a dark shop is like working in a cave, the work area in the picture is 75X40X14, I have 20 ft off to the side for office,parts,restroom, and my hydraulic test room.Here is an out side pic..

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johndeeregreen

09-25-2012 18:24:20
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to TIMAR, 09-25-2012 14:45:13  
A tad off topic, A little while back I was having problems with the the gear shift growling after I took it out of park. I undid the linkage, and part number 15 in that parts picture moved so hard, so I moved it back and forth a few times and it got easier to move. Now it works pretty good, just once in a while it will make a noise. If it doesn't want to go in park, I just get out and give part number 15 a little push and it locks right in. I'm not sure if the spring is weak, or the cable is stretched, or something inside the trans is bad.
The powershift itself works great.

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Tim S

09-25-2012 18:46:14
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to johndeeregreen, 09-25-2012 18:24:20  

The shaft could be just a bit sticky, the spring is for "pulling" them out of park, giving a bit of spring tension for when the load is against the pawl, when you go into park it pushes back on the lever, you may need to lengthen the adjustment a little to let it push a bit farther...the cable could be getting worn too,, they are nasty to change...I just got done tearing a 4960 transmission down the Planetary brake pack failed,,a "very" big job, cab off and 2 splits..

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TIMAR

09-26-2012 05:11:18
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to Tim S, 09-25-2012 18:46:14  
Is that that 10K plus part?



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Tim S

09-26-2012 05:51:38
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to TIMAR, 09-26-2012 05:11:18  
Yes, $10,700 from Deere,, The customer only used it a bit when it started to act up,,he was the victim of a bad purchase,,Darn it...



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TIMAR

09-25-2012 16:17:29
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to TIMAR, 09-25-2012 14:45:13  
That's what I thought, but was hoping for easier. pretty sure the spring is good yet. Looks like a winter project. Better be a long winter. Have 4..... no 5 projects in the works already!!!!!!!!



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Tim S

09-25-2012 15:38:26
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to TIMAR, 09-25-2012 14:45:13  

The pawl can be changed by lifting the top cover,,but would be a nasty job with the cab on,,I think it can be done by going through the cab floor, but I never tried it,,I'm big on yanking the cab and getting it out of the way, with my Handy Dandy cab puller..

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mjbrown

09-25-2012 17:22:06
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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to Tim S, 09-25-2012 15:38:26  
You are the man!



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Tx Jim

09-25-2012 15:33:51
67.142.163.20



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 Re: 4230 POWERSHIFT PARK GEAR ? in reply to James Howell, 09-25-2012 14:45:13  
IIRC parts key #16 might be broken causing the park pawl chatter.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 15:35:15 09/25/12.



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