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multipower troubleshooting question

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morgan in ar

04-10-2014 18:28:39

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Where would you start to troubleshoot on a mf 50 that slips in high multipower after the tractor has warmed up? thanks - Morgan

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Jo Bird

04-11-2014 14:05:52

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 Re: multipower troubleshooting question in reply to morgan in ar, 04-10-2014 18:28:39 (online parts book)sign in as guest,(view books) put 50 in model and Massey Ferguson for brand, scroll down to the listing for 50. The place I would start, is by checking the oil filter shown in the torque converter parts diagram. I bought a 180 that would not move at all and a similar filter was plugged causing the pump to be starved of oil. That's my best swag..

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morgan in ar

04-11-2014 18:19:45

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 Re: multipower troubleshooting question in reply to Jo Bird, 04-11-2014 14:05:52  
Thanks. I will check it out.

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04-11-2014 04:26:03

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 Re: multipower troubleshooting question in reply to morgan in ar, 04-10-2014 18:28:39  
Problem on this model is no place to check the pump pressure and flow without removing the lift cover. If the pump does check out OK then I would suspect burned MP clutch pack discs. Even if the pump is good, running low on oil, or worn input shaft cast seal rings will leak off the clutch pack apply oil and damage the discs.

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morgan in ar

04-11-2014 04:53:16

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 Re: multipower troubleshooting question in reply to Dieseltech, 04-11-2014 04:26:03  
Thanks, my I@T manual doesn't have any multipower information. Would a manual for a 150 be similar?

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04-11-2014 07:09:54

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 Re: multipower troubleshooting question in reply to morgan in ar, 04-11-2014 04:53:16  
Will help you with how the system works, late tractors had gage test ports, early 150 is like the 50, no test ports at all.

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