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Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down

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Brendon Warren

01-18-2014 06:32:18

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I guess I'm not following you? what part do you mean by steering shaft? The gearbox or something else? I guess your pump and everything fit. Did your tractor do this before you added the PS?

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01-18-2014 09:51:44

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 Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down in reply to Brendon Warren, 01-18-2014 06:32:18  
yes, with manual steering, the engine revs up & down. I should of explained better-with power steering you can watch the throttle lever move with the steering wheel. with manual steering, I didnt notice the shaft was out of round(bent),and the throttle was moving when you turned steering wheel. we were thinking it was carb or govenor issues.

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01-19-2014 06:28:03

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 Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down in reply to Rkh, 01-18-2014 09:51:44  
Is there sufficient pressure on the friction washer and spring? If you are going straight and with the throttle set will it hold rpm or does it throttle down as you go? I will have to go out and look but I thought that the steering shaft was in a tube. Are the bolts holding the tube on loose?


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01-19-2014 07:48:25

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 Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down in reply to steven-id, 01-19-2014 06:28:03  
when your going straight, rpm"s are steady. only when you are turning steering wheel(even sitting still) the engine goes up & down. you can see the out of round(est. 1" play)in the steering wheel when turning steering wheel while sitting idling. not sure about bolts-are talking the base of the steering unit?

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01-19-2014 10:35:25

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 Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down in reply to Rkh, 01-19-2014 07:48:25  
just pulled steering wheel off steering rod-goveror is held on to a pipe that surrounds the shaft.that pipe is loose around the shaft. that pipe happens to be cracked(I dont think that has any bearing on why rpm's go up & down, but the shaft is bent bad. will the steering shaft come out if you take the 4 bolts on the base of unit?

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01-19-2014 11:30:56

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 Re: mf-65 cause of engine revving up down in reply to Rkh, 01-19-2014 10:35:25  
Was wondering if you couldnt somehow hold the throttle rod to the metal underneath instead of steering shaft? The bent steering rod wouldnt have tobe fixed, if theres a way to hold throttle rod in place.

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