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Re: 9N Hydraulics not lowering

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12-15-2012 22:17:11

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The 9N has the Ferguson System. You may have a stuck control valve. Open the hydraulic comapartment access plate and reach in the oil and pull back on the "T" shaped control valve stem and see if it drops. DO NOT STICK YOU HANDS IN THE COMPARTMENT IF THE ENGINE IS RUNNING AND THE PTO IS CONNECTED!

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Jason S.

12-16-2012 06:12:44

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 Re: 9N Hydraulics not lowering in reply to Jerry/MT, 12-15-2012 22:17:11  
My lift would stick in the up position in my Ferguson. I replaced the control valve and it fixed it. Even though my old control valve was in good shape at some point in its life water had got into the hydraulic pump and had caused some very small pits and discoloration in the surface of the control valve. Believe it or not that will cause it to stick. If the control valve doesn"t have a smooth almost mirror finish to it, it will stick. Sometimes you can use a metal polish and buff it back up but dont sand it that will make it worse. Also if the spring that hooks from the control fork to the lift cylinder is broken or stretched really bad it can cause the lift to stick in the up position. But its usually the control valve or a stuck valve in the pump that causes it.

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