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970 case hydraulics

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Rodney Dykstra

12-30-2007 06:53:43




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I have a 970 case diesel with a bushog loader when I start it in the morning after settin over night the loader raises ok,as the tractor warms up the loader won;t hardly lift,but when you push on the clutch pedel and disconnet the transmission the loader will lift a full bucket just fine. The transmission is a 4 speed with the 3 speed power shift




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Dairy Farmer in WI

12-30-2007 19:57:14




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 Re: 970 case hydraulics in reply to Rodney Dykstra, 12-30-2007 06:53:43  
i would make sure and check the hydralic oil. ya know that runs everything in that. i know when mine is low (powershift) when i try to use they hydralics while moving and they hardly move. or when ya step on one brake and it squeels a little bit. just pull the dipstick on the back of the tractor next to the remotes to check hyd oil
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Rodney Dykstra

12-31-2007 21:39:26




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 Re: 970 case hydraulics in reply to Dairy Farmer in WI, 12-30-2007 19:57:14  
Thanks I allready checked it, mine has the two little glass lens on the trans housing



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mEl

12-30-2007 11:30:35




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 Re: 970 case hydraulics in reply to Rodney Dykstra, 12-30-2007 06:53:43  
sounds like the power shift has a lot of leakage in the clutch pacs. maybe broken c2-c3 carrier cap screws. check loader lift in the different power shifts and see if the loader lifts ok in other powershifts, that will tell which specific clutches are losing oil. keep us posted. we will talk you through it.



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Rodney Dykstra

12-31-2007 21:49:50




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 Re: 970 case hydraulics in reply to mEl, 12-30-2007 11:30:35  
The only way the loader will lift after the tractors gets warm is when you push the clutch in then the loader or the three point will lift like it is made too .When tractor is moving the loader lifts very slow and jerkey.



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