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Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem

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Jo Bird

01-31-2013 14:45:14
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Ok,game on.. LOL.. Referring to Tx Jim's pictorial picture. Release the pump drive # 25 by pushing down on #28 . 1) remove # 33 pin and take out shaft #31. 2)throw a 1" strap down the round hole on the rt side of the case , go under the pump body up over the top of the drive line and back out the hole. Have some one hold the strap ends to hold up pump when you take out the last bolt.. it gets real heavy.LOL. 3)I'm working from memory on which bolts the top 2 are. Remove one of the two out side bolts in the top row of three. It should measure 5" long +/-, if it measures 3" put it back in and go one bolt lower. 4) After you find the first bolt take out the corresponding bolt on the other side. 5)Referring to the picture again take out the 3rd bolt #44.(all 3 bolts are the same length that hold the pump to the case, the other shorter bolts hold the sections of pump together) Now here's the trick.. remove the bolts completely before you try to drop the pump out of the case. With the bolts out it will just come out.. remember to install in the reverse order as U took it out. After you remove the pump it's up to U how far into it you want to go. I took it completely apart and replaced all the rubber seal ect , you can price the parts and see what U want to do. Good luck and more questions please ask.
Jo
Chris This is the way I have described it in the past,this was from a reply to Josh back on 6-24-2012. Enter my name in the search feature on the top of the page and go back to that date to see the complete conversation. ( entry # 82)If you only get one responce click on the show entire topic to see additional conversations between us. E mail is open and I am willing to talk to you on the phone if you have other ?'s. Let me know..
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CJF1981

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 Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem in reply to Jo Bird, 01-31-2013 14:45:14  
Jo,

I went back to the old post and reviewed it. If I get stuck or need more direction, I will contact you. Thank you for the help.

Chris



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Jo Bird

02-02-2013 07:26:25
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 Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem in reply to CJF1981, 02-01-2013 09:59:37  
Chris
One thing I forgot to mention is if the valve has crud in it be sure to flush out the galleys that supply oil to it.To do that pull the coil wire so the tractor wont start and roll it over so the pump purges the galleys. You will get a bath in oil, so hold a rag over the hole the valve came out of.. good luck..
Jo



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