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190xt hydralics

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12-21-2012 14:20:21

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My 190XT has a loader and steering that jurks. I have changed filters and hydralic fluids. The loader did not start to jump until almost all the way up but now it jumps when it is about 4 feet off the ground. the fluid level is where it should be on the dip stick. Any suggestions?

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Bob Paullin

12-23-2012 11:51:10

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 Re: 190xt hydralics in reply to DENNIS BRATRUD, 12-21-2012 14:20:21  
Sticky flow divider in pump.Take it out and polish it, see if helps.

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01-01-2013 08:00:06

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 Re: 190xt hydralics in reply to Bob Paullin, 12-23-2012 11:51:10  
The valve is it internal or can it be found without removing and dismantaling the complete pump?

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12-22-2012 02:06:49

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 Re: 190xt hydralics in reply to DENNIS BRATRUD, 12-21-2012 14:20:21  
Sounds like an air leak, check all the clamps and hoses, then it could be the front shaft seal on the pump, they go bad and let air in, they can be resealed i believe

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12-22-2012 08:23:12

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 Re: 190xt hydralics in reply to 180doug, 12-22-2012 02:06:49  
if it was the front seal would it be leaking out any oil?

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