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930 3 point not working

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Justin Veach

12-02-2013 16:04:05




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I have a 930 case that has the 3 pt and the hydraulics that do not work, but as soon as you get on an uphill slant, it works flawlessy. Any common reasons that would make that happen, fluid and level is good. Thanks in advance




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Adirondack case guy

12-03-2013 04:53:36




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 Re: 930 3 point not working in reply to Justin Veach, 12-02-2013 16:04:05  
Evidently you have a suction leak, and when the tranny fluid gets closer to the pump, (level rises in rear going up hill) it is picking up the oil.
I would replace the pump quad ring, and see how it acts then. If no improvement you are going to have to pull the rear pto housing and check out the pickup tube and strainer.
Loren



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Justin Veach

12-03-2013 06:30:21




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 Re: 930 3 point not working in reply to Adirondack case guy, 12-03-2013 04:53:36  
I decided last night just to tear the pump out and see what I could see. Upon removal I found that the o-ring was not even there. So I'm assuming that's my problem. Thanks for the response



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