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Re: John deere tractor will not go into gear

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03-25-2013 18:31:37

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Where is the return line for the loader?? in needs to be going back to the filter housing.. or back into the return circuit.. (normally the filter housing is the easiest place to go..) That will help with you losing your oil..
The problem is the transmission pump is about half the GPM as the front pump.. so the return oil needs to go back to the filter housing.. (bypassing the transmission pump.)
A 720 loader on a 4010... A really nice loader.. worth as much as the tractor..
TXJim... What dealer were you the service Manager at.. and when.. Just curious...

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Kasey McWherter

03-26-2013 05:47:18

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 Re: John deere tractor will not go into gear in reply to JDGnut, 03-25-2013 18:31:37  
I bought the tractor for the loader more or less. The loader prices new for what I paid for the entire package. (tractor, loader, duels, bale spike, and soft umbrella all for $11,000) I am completly ok with putting a few thousand into this because it will be super nice when everything works as it should.

Plus all the paperwork came with for everything ever done to it. When it was overhauled to when a steering valve was replaced all by dealer. Even the origional purchase agreement for it's warranty. Super cool.

My mechanic is retired John Deere thirty plus years and worked for IH before that so if it's clutch or transmission, he will find it. He was baffled when I told him what it was doing. He's going to look at it this week. Hopefully I'll know something more in a few days.

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Tx Jim

03-26-2013 05:56:54

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 Re: John deere tractor will not go into gear in reply to Kasey McWherter, 03-26-2013 05:47:18  
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It's definitely easier to diagnose a problem in person than over the internet. God luck with your mechanics diagnoses.

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Kasey McWherter

03-26-2013 06:11:47

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 Re: John deere tractor will not go into gear in reply to Tx Jim, 03-26-2013 05:56:54  
Yeah. Good old John Deere. My wife went to work for them almost seven years ago. Fabulous company to work for. They have been really good to us. But working for them, we have relocated, and the closest I've been to my property since has been about a four hour drive. I can't afford land in Iowa, so i'm keeping my little patch of heaven in Missouri. Right now we are in Davenport and my farm is seven hours southwest of here.

Lots of faith in my mechanic. He has kept my gas tractor running for seven plus years through everything from a busted crankshaft bearing to kids rearanging my plug wires(loved that one) he will find it. I'm just trying to help from off location. :)

Thanks for everyone's help.

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Tx Jim

03-26-2013 03:24:51

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I was employed at Farmers Impl, Co in Cleburne from '66 - '87 which sometime in the 70's was incorporated into T W Bailey Jr. & Sons. I ran a JD service center in Alvarado that belonged to the corporation from '75-'85 and was transferred to Cleburne to be that stores service manager in '85 until late '87. Then I decided to begin a custom hay baling business and went out on my own

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