Posted by Christos on December 31, 2012 at 14:22:41 from (18.104.22.168):
I have a slight problem with my 135 Gas Deluxe - water more than likely got into the hydraulic casing through through the top.link boot. A repair I had planned on making but hadn't been able to because of work/school. I pulled the dipstick by the response control lever and there was milky fluid and ice.
I checked the archives and I know I have to drain the casings.
My tractor is equipped with pressure control and I know the pumps are different (off hand at least). I also have an auxiliary hydraulic valve that looks like it was used with 35/50/65 series and has a knob that controls the oil flow and the three point.
When I try using the remote lever there is no response to lift the linkage. When I pull the lever that would control the remote cylinder, there would normally be thudding and pressure as nothing is plugged in, however, no resistance.
My PTO does spin when engine PTO is engaged.
I do have the factory shop manual, however, they do NOT cover tractors that are equipped with a Pressure Control.pump.
We're forecasted to get colder here in Ohio this week and go above freezing a week from now. For the short term what is the best fix I can do? I can't get the parts to repair the spring until next week due to the holiday/work.
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