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Re: MF 35 hydraulic/pto

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Posted by John(UK) on November 18, 2012 at 08:33:06 from (

In Reply to: MF 35 hydraulic/pto posted by three35's on November 18, 2012 at 07:17:04:

Check the oil level in the transmission, the dipstick is on the right side round cover below the seat on the side. If there is no dipstick then remove the bottom bolt in the round cover and see if any oil runs out, allow any to run until it stops. If it needs any oil adding to it, fill it at the side of the gear change levers with 10W/30 Multi-grade oil. Check that the Draft Control Lever(the square one) is right at the top of the Quadrant otherwise there won't be any oil pressure, place both levers at the top and then you should have pressure so just operate the spool Valves to operate the implement. The oil should be circulating until you operate the lever on the spool valve.
The 3 point being stuck at the top has no bearing on the problem and it will be just lack of use. When you say there is no PTO running, are you sure that you have the PTO Lever lifted to "Engine PTO" not "Ground PTO" but the Pump should be running no matter where the PTO Lever is, unlike the earlier tractors. The PTO drives off the Back of the Pump. If the tractor drives in forward and reverse you should be getting power to the Pump to drive the PTO.
If you need the correct info on operating the hydraulics then email me direct at the address below and I will send it....John(UK)


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