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180 hydraulics

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I.H. parking only

02-03-2008 09:08:32




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Does anyone know if there is a lift pump in trans, for hydraulics, or is there a screen besides the one by the suction tube. The problem I have is my hydraulics are very jumpy like it is starving for oil. I changed fluid, Spin on filter, and cleaned screen by suction tube. I am out of ideas, any help would be great. Thanks




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Gordon Chance

02-03-2008 10:42:45




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 Re: 180 hydraulics in reply to I.H. parking only, 02-03-2008 09:08:32  
There is no lift pump in the transmission for the hydraulics. If the hydraulics is still jumpy after doing the things that you have already done, then I would suggest that you check for an air leak at the suction hose at the pump. If this doesn"t solve the problem, then the last place to look is at the pump for a bad drive shaft seal or a worn out pump. I hope that this helps. Gordon



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I.H. parking only

02-04-2008 05:38:52




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 Re: 180 hydraulics in reply to Gordon Chance, 02-03-2008 10:42:45  
Thank you Gordon, I will give it a try.



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