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Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170

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06-09-2013 17:26:45

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I need to understand the layout for the remotes. Are the two on each side for each remote channel or the two on the top, then the two on the bottom? I connected an implement and see the hoses jump but no motion at all. Almost like they are fighting each other or something. I am connected to the two on the pass side top and bottom.
There is also a 5th port but looks to be going elsewhere and figure it might be a continuous pressure line.

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06-11-2013 10:40:10

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 Re: Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170 in reply to fastline, 06-09-2013 17:26:45  
I appreciate it but do have a PDF version that seems OK. However, I could certainly use an owners/operation manual.

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06-09-2013 17:30:57

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 Re: Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170 in reply to fastline, 06-09-2013 17:26:45  
Top pair and bottom pair. The extra is probly a return for a motor on a planter or something.

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06-09-2013 18:35:24

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 Re: Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170 in reply to jon f mn, 06-09-2013 17:30:57  
Hey fastline my e-mail is open, give me a shout when ya get a chance.

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06-09-2013 20:34:30

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 Re: Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170 in reply to B-maniac, 06-09-2013 18:35:24  
I tried to find your email or PM. Shows locked. Feel free to PM me if you like.

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06-10-2013 19:26:08

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 Re: Simple question on remote ports on Case 1170 in reply to fastline, 06-09-2013 20:34:30  
I have an original Case dealership service manual for the 1170 / 1175 / 1090 tracrors in excellent condition. These are so thorough and easy to use that anyone with wrenches can fix almost any system. Only one I have ever found for those three tractors. Can e-mail you some pics if you need. Asking $ 175 and will ship it to you for free.The re-print for 970/1070 on e-bay are $ 200 but have never seen re-pops for 1170 etc and yet to find any used ones. I have the 970/1070 for my two and it has been a Godsend as far as diagnosing and fixing problems for me. phone is 989-772-0111 if e-mail doesn't work.RB

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