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D15 Power director stuck in high

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10-09-2018 06:41:40

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i bought my grandfathers D15 series II. i know i need brakes and clutch. the PD also is stuck in high, stick moves but is engage in high all the time.
is there advice as to how i know what all parts i need in this process?
Thank you for your help.

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10-11-2018 05:18:02

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 Re: D15 Power director stuck in high in reply to devinbr1, 10-09-2018 06:41:40  
In every compartment on that tractor (except the engine) you may use Universal Hydraulic transmission fluid. Like HyTran, HyGard, AGCO 821 or 821XL, etc, etc.

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10-10-2018 10:41:02

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 Re: D15 Power director stuck in high in reply to devinbr1, 10-09-2018 06:41:40  
Thank you for your reply, the shuttle moves freely but is stuck in hi. i will take a look inside and see if there is any oil in that compartment , I am guessing there is not. what kind of oil should be replaced in that compartment?

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10-09-2018 17:47:27

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 Re: D15 Power director stuck in high in reply to devinbr1, 10-09-2018 06:41:40  
I would start by unscrewing the dipstick to the left of the tachometer and see if there is any oil in the Power Director clutch compartment. If it is very low or empty, the brass collar inside may be burned clear thru causing your issue. If it has oil in it, maybe the setscrews on the hand lever itself are very loose. Two setscrews. One outside and one inside and they must be TIGHT. Remove the cover to see inside and tighten inside setscrew. Drain plug for the oil is directly down from the clutch pedal.

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10-09-2018 16:08:40

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 Re: D15 Power director stuck in high in reply to devinbr1, 10-09-2018 06:41:40  
Congratulations on getting your Grandfather's tractor.
Some will say you don't need them but having the operator's and service manuals will help you with your planned repairs. If your grandfather had them and you can get them, great. The manuals along with questions on forums will get you through most repairs. AGCO has the Parts catalogs free to view on line. Go to https://www.agcopartsbooks.com/partsbooksn/login.aspx?region=northamerica. Sign in as a Guest User. Enter D15 in the model search and your parts catalog will come up. It will let you see the parts related to each of the areas you plan to work on. They sell the manuals (service, operators, and parts if you want a copy vs using the one on line) at https://www.agcopubs.com/ . You can find used and reprints on eBay. The store for this site sells some manuals. Get OEM or quality aftermarket reprints of OEM. I have some, but I am not a fan of the I&T manuals, personal preference.

Does the power director lever have any resistance when you move it? You say it is stuck in high so I take that to mean it still drives. If lever moves freely it indicates to me that something has come unhooked or has worn out and failed in the shifting mechanism. You can see inside that compartment by pulling the side cover after draining the oil from it. The parts book breakdown shows it as the forward reverse shuttle with the parts for the power direct called out in the text. The shuttle shifting lever is on the opposite side of the tractor but the parts are similar so you will see what is in there.

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