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Long 445 hydraulics

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Dwayne Berry

06-29-2009 05:51:16
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I've got a couple of problems and was hoping maybe someone could point me in the right direction.

1st My 3 point lift won't hold position after it drops about 1/4 of the way then it goes all the way to the bottom. It will hold position when it's mostly up to all the way up, even when the tractor is not running.

2nd, only one side of my remote valve has any pressure. The side that is low will flow oil, just no pressure. I can hold the stream back with my finger.

Any ideas on what components have failed?

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kenstrac

07-02-2009 13:48:16
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Dwayne Berry, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
I can't download it stops at 215k email me at sametractor@aol.com



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Dwayne Berry

07-02-2009 09:52:42
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to noncompos, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  

kenstrac said: (quoted from post at 13:35:30 07/02/09) I can't get diagram I have vista and svt is not supported maybe you can down load diagram and post it


See if this works. Edit--- only works in modern view

BTW I had the same problem on vista, just downloaded the 32 bit version of SVG and it worked.

[URL=http://s119.photobucket.com/albums/o142/baknblack/FarmPics/?action=view&current=remote.jpg][/URL]
This post was edited by Dwayne Berry at 09:55:41 07/02/09.

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kenstrac

07-02-2009 09:35:30
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Dwayne Berry, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
I can't get diagram I have vista and svt is not supported maybe you can down load diagram and post it



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Dwayne Berry

07-02-2009 09:10:22
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Fern(Mi), 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
I think I figured it out. It looks like from the schematic that the tractor comes from the factory with the valve set to operate from one port. That port has a special looking fitting with a really long snout on it. I'm guessing but, that thing must push a ball check in the bottom of the port to allow oil to flow. The kit that import tractor parts sells has banjo type fittings with really long bolts that I'm assuming do the same thing.

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Dwayne Berry

07-02-2009 08:14:10
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to marlowe, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  

kenstrac said: (quoted from post at 11:43:54 07/02/09) I cant remember its been 15 years but that valve is able to do both find out if neighbor has manual it tells you how to do it I think you remove a plug and reverse a plug inside that valve can be used both ways


I've got all the manuals, all it says to do is remove the plug, attach fittings. It doesn't say anything about reversing another plug.

If you go to www.agcopartsbooks.com Search for 5040 tractor. The hydraulic remote valve is there with a schematic.

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kenstrac

07-02-2009 07:43:54
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Dwayne Berry, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
I cant remember its been 15 years but that valve is able to do both find out if neighbor has manual it tells you how to do it I think you remove a plug and reverse a plug inside that valve can be used both ways



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Dwayne Berry

07-02-2009 05:22:35
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Jason1(Pa.), 06-29-2009 05:51:16  

kenstrac said: (quoted from post at 07:17:49 07/02/09) The remote valve can be setup for either single or double acting


Yeah, I knew that. The old tractor was plumbed that way when i bought it. It had an old up only gravity down FEL loader on it. I wanted to run a round baler and needed a full set of remotes so, I got the hoses, fittings, etc. and plumbed into the other side of the valve. I was sure surprised to find out the side that had never been used wouldn't work. I know it's supposed to because my neighbors 510 is plumbed the same way as mine and both his ports work.

I'm at a loss, except to just pull the spool out and see if it's got a piece of metal or something blocking the oil flow to that port.

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kenstrac

07-02-2009 03:17:49
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Dwayne Berry, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
The remote valve can be setup for either single or double acting



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Jim in NC

06-30-2009 04:43:20
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 Re: Long 445 hydraulics in reply to Dwayne Berry, 06-29-2009 05:51:16  
Start with the basics first. Make sure the hydraulic oil is clean and is filled to the proper level. Check the oil filter and clean it if necessary. It is in the hydraulic line below the starter. You can clean it with gas, diesel, or kerosene.



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