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D15 S 2

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06-28-2002 06:02:48

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Have a D15 ser 2, the Hyd r very weak when u put it under a load, moves slow without a load but will go up. What might b the problen and sug. on how 2 repair it

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Bryan Smith

06-28-2002 08:48:11

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 Re: D15 S 2 in reply to Richardh, 06-28-2002 06:02:48  
Check the differential oil and the hydraulic fluid. If the hydraulic fluid level goes down - and the differential oil level goes up - you could have a leak in the hose going to the 3 point hitch cylinder inside the rear housing. The leaking hydrualic fluid would be dropped into the differential area, hence the rising fluid level.

Other points could be poor hydraulic pump pressure (needs rebuilding or replacing) or possibly the traction booster is set wrong. You are using the bottom-most lever to raise and lwer, aren't you? The lever on the left side that is closest to the sterring column - it engages the tiny notches on the front side of the dash panel if pivoted up - is the traction booster adjustment, not the position lever. The one attached behind the dash panel is the raise/lower lever. Yep, you know that - I just have to state the obvious sometimes.

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