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'67 180 D

05-31-2014 12:43:43

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It is not working even though the tractor 3-pt lifts well and remote cylinder has plenty of pressure. Linkage from dash lever down into trans housing seems to be adjusted correctly and moves up and down with lever. Short of splitting tractor can anything else be done? Can it be driven this way without damage to tranny? Can multi-power be disconnected/disabled without splitting tractor?

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Bob N.Y.

06-02-2014 16:26:34

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 Re: Multi-Power problem in reply to '67 180 D, 05-31-2014 12:43:43  
Pressure for the 3ph is from the main pump while the Multi-Power work off from the auxiliary pump. The remotes could be supplied by either pump depending on how they are set up.

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rustyacres sd

06-02-2014 07:25:47

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 Re: Multi-Power problem in reply to '67 180 D, 05-31-2014 12:43:43  
Is it stuck in low. if so, when you put it in High. go to where it goes into the house, and push down to see if it can go in some more, Just may not be engaging. Mine is acting like that. My linkage is getting sloppy, and not sure if that is my main problem or not.

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Jo Bird

05-31-2014 21:05:37

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 Re: Multi-Power problem in reply to '67 180 D, 05-31-2014 12:43:43  
Did you check the condition of the filter ahead of the radiator/ oil cooler ? If its plugged the Multi-Power won't work as you describe..

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