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2290 case clutch sticking

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DN torque wrenc

03-12-2007 20:12:11




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I Have a 2290 case and the foot clutch peddle is sticking down when you push it in. you have to sometimes pull it up with your toe. does anyone know how to fixes this or what might be wrong with the clutch peddle.


P.S It seems to be worse when it is cold out.




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Jim B from Sask

03-14-2007 17:05:04




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 Re: 2290 case clutch sticking in reply to DN torque wrench, 03-12-2007 20:12:11  
my brother in-law has a 4494 that had a similar problem. The cable was fine. The cable pushes on a pivot arm that has a linkage to the spool valve. The arm was seized to the bolt that it pivots on.



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Starfire

03-13-2007 06:15:57




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 Re: 2290 case clutch sticking in reply to DN torque wrench, 03-12-2007 20:12:11  
It is the cable. It is not that bad to change or that expensive.



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turbo

03-12-2007 21:38:03




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 Re: 2290 case clutch sticking in reply to DN torque wrench, 03-12-2007 20:12:11  
90 series uses an aviation type control cable to operate the control valve for clutch operation. If the pedal does not return completely, the spool will not be seated and reduce the pressure to C-2 clutch in 1st power shift speed and could cause it to warp and fail. Replace cable immediately. The same valving is used if it is an eight speed to operate the wet clutch.



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midlam

03-12-2007 21:04:10




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 Re: 2290 case clutch sticking in reply to DN torque wrench, 03-12-2007 20:12:11  
had the same problem with my 930. don't know if they use the same type of design. problem was dry pivot shaft bearings. Managed to use a needle greaser to get some new grease in them.



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