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Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem

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Jo Bird

01-31-2013 08:54:00
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Chris 2010 hdy issues.. 1) Make sure the pump is engaged. You could possibly have a bad splined coupilng # 25 in Tx Jim's diagram. 2)Is the micro fabric filter has to be clean, ordinary flushing does not do the job. Test it this way, stand it up in a container and fill it full of oil. If it is slow to run out it is not clean enough..and is likely starving the pump of oil. 3)The last thing is a plug in the oil flow control valve..# 14 in diagram. Sludge in the tranny and gobs of silicone hanging out of the cover on the transmission are major contributors to it being plugged..In early 2010's the valve was located on the front of the transmission housing, next to the elbow that sent the hdy line up to the steering, later models it was built in to the hdy pump as shown in the diagram Jim attached. Check serial # break down on JD parts catalog to see where your's is located. Finally the pump can be taken out IF need be WITH OUT SPLITTING the tractor (20 minute job) if you know the secrets..LOL..Let me know if you need further help. .
PS: Todd sorry to hear you have given up on the tractor.
Jo

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CJF1981

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 Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem in reply to Jo Bird, 01-31-2013 08:54:00  
Jo,

Thanks for the response. I will look into all the items you mentioned. I am going to start to make sure the pump is engaged. I mentioned earlier missing the spring that connected to the throwout arm. It seemed oddly loose when I removed the throwout arm. It could be plugged somewhere as well due to the muddy hydraulic fluid that came out when I firsted drained the hydraulic system. I appreciate the checklist. I will go thru each one before I remove the hyd. pump. Can you let me know what the secrets are to removing the pump without splitting the tractor and what needs to be disconnected?

Chris

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