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03-11-2019 07:55:10

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My d 14 hydraulic lift lever does not engage to drop the 3 point down it will raise.Is their linkage that may come loose or what to do.

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03-13-2019 10:50:26

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 Re: d 14 in reply to ejr-Ia., 03-11-2019 07:55:10  
Also make sure the Traction Booster linkage is in place as in the lower picture. If it is missing the pump will pump (slowly) all the time.

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03-13-2019 06:11:41

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 Re: d 14 in reply to ejr-Ia., 03-11-2019 07:55:10  
Make sure the traction booster lever is in the down position.

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03-13-2019 05:59:43

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 Re: d 14 in reply to ejr-Ia., 03-11-2019 07:55:10  
Yes, there is linkage between the controls and vale that you can check. Below is a scan of the page from the D14 operator's manual. Beyond this things are internal and you will want the service manual. If you don't have copies of the Operator's and Service manuals you should get them. You can look at the parts book to see the linkages as well. If you don't have a parts book you can go to https://www.agcopartsbooks.com and sign in as a guest user. On the sign in page there is a link that will take you to AGCO Publications, where you can get manuals. This site's store has manuals as well. I would get the AGCO or quality reprints of their manuals first before getting I&T or other third party manuals.

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