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Re: D21 hydraulics

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Craig MO

09-17-2002 16:19:55

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The flow divider in the pump is probably stuck or plugged with material. The suction screen could be sealed over with sludge.

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09-17-2002 17:41:44

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 Re: Re: D21 hydraulics in reply to Craig MO, 09-17-2002 16:19:55  
I have not yet received the service booki for the D21, how difficult is it to clean the suction screen or the flow divider in the pump?
Can you provide a short description or should I better wait for the book?

P.S.: today it magically worked again so your explanation makes perfect sense!

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09-17-2002 18:13:50

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 Re: Re: Re: D21 hydraulics in reply to Johannes, 09-17-2002 17:41:44  
might also drain off a quart and look at the oil. might have picked up some condensation. might be worth changing out the oil.

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09-25-2002 14:38:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: D21 hydraulics in reply to steve, 09-17-2002 18:13:50  
Thanks! The oel change almost did the job. Almost because the steering now works much better (half throttle) however the hydraulic is still uite weak. I am afraid that the old oel has done some damage.
What to do? Do I need to rebuild the hydraulic pump? If so are their kids for the D21?

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