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4010 trouble

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Robert 6

12-13-2013 22:18:00

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Hello. I've been having troubles with my 4010. it seems as if the the clutch is sticking. I put it in gear and it will creep along when I bring up the rpm it doesn't move any faster just rev up. In higher gears it wot go, or sometimes in reverse it gets stuck on frozen mounds. what can be causing, is the clutch sticking. the hydraulic oil is at safe.

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12-14-2013 15:13:45

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Robert 6, 12-13-2013 22:18:00  
I have a 4320 that acted like that, turned out the clutch disk was warped, put new clutch in and it worked fine.

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Tx Jim

12-14-2013 04:03:48

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-13-2013 22:18:00  
I agree with Bob to check clutch pedal "free travel". I think you may have a warped clutch disk or dry pilot brg.

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Nick m

12-14-2013 04:02:12

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Robert 6, 12-13-2013 22:18:00  
Sorry. Did some misreading there. Agree with bob clutch is slipping. Opposite problem of what I had.

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Nick m

12-14-2013 04:00:00

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Robert 6, 12-13-2013 22:18:00  
Is it leaking engine oil from the rear of the engine? My 4320 was from the rear main , which was causing the clutch to stick. When I spiked the brakes it would release. It was real bad toward the end, new clutch and rear main later, all is good.

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12-14-2013 00:35:05

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Robert 6, 12-13-2013 22:18:00  
The clutch is slipping... is there any "free travel" on the clutch pedal?

If there is, and it still slips, the clutch has failed, or POSSIBLY something is holding up the linkage or throwout bearing so the throwout bearing cannot back away from the clutch fingers.

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12-14-2013 07:52:10

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Bob, 12-14-2013 00:35:05  
There is no free travel on the clutch pedal.

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Tim S

12-14-2013 08:20:18

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to montanakid1992, 12-14-2013 07:52:10  
Get the splitting stands out,your clutch is already "Fried"...

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Tx Jim

12-14-2013 09:17:04

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 Re: 4010 trouble in reply to Tim S, 12-14-2013 08:20:18  
Ditto what Tim stated!!!!!!

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