Posted by The tractor vet on November 13, 2012 at 18:02:53 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: 806 TA posted by farmallzach on November 13, 2012 at 16:51:25:
The high side clutches COULD be going to lunch along with other things . Like said below could be the main clutch slipping . It could be sucking air and dropping lock up pressure and allowing the direct drive clutch pac to unlock and with the low side out it will give the jerky in and out . So to start off , first make sure your OIL lite is working and that the low oil pressure sender is hooked up on the MCV , a gauge inplace of the sender would be better . Then check pressure on the MCV . Your dealing with a tractor that is starting to get OLD and god only knows how it was treated . And to cure your problems ya may have to replace the T/A MCV pump and the main clutch along with a couple hand fulls of other pieces and parts. Nothing that a couple grand won't fix.
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