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Kyle Fenstermaker

03-21-2010 12:33:01

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I just split the tractor to replace the clutch, while I was at it, I changed all the fluids. Now that I have it back together, the 3pt won"t raise, no power steering and the hi/low doesn"t want to work right. Is it possible to create an air pocket in the hydraulics system? Or what do I need to look at? I"m at a loss because all this was working fine before I split it.

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Jack a

03-28-2010 05:10:39

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 Re: 180 hydraulics in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-21-2010 12:33:01  
I guy I know had this problem on his 180 but he had a seal leak at the pump shaft. He never fix it as he was an IH fan and only fixed his IH's. Anyway he would just grab the 3-point arm and pump it up and down to prime it.

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03-22-2010 11:43:01

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 Re: 180 hydraulics in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-21-2010 12:33:01  
I have the same problem when I've drained & refilled my 180 and it lost prime. I've always been able to get mine to reprime without drastic measures by using strong-arm steering to turn the wheel lock to lock. That seems to push fluid still in the steering lines & valve down to the pump and it reprimes. Mike

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ben brown

03-21-2010 15:23:27

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 Re: 180 hydraulics in reply to Kyle Fenstermaker, 03-21-2010 12:33:01  
sometime when you change and drain all the oil out on 185 searie tractor it is hard to get the pump to pick up again first check the short hoes at bottom of pump make sure the clamps are tight. if that don't work you can loesn the pressure line on top of pump and pour oil in to pump to get it to pickup also you can over fill hyd. system then remove excess ofter it is pumping. i have also took the fill cap off started tractor and ues air pressure to force oil up to the pump.

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