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Case 1394 clutch/shifter

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jeff jackson

09-07-2014 17:09:06

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A friend of mine has a Case 1394 (no cab) and can"t get it into gear when the tractor is running......just grinds the gears. If the tractor is not running you can shift it fine. There were no issues with it when it was last used about a week ago. Any ideas? Thanks.

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09-08-2014 04:00:32

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 Re: Case 1394 clutch/shifter in reply to jeff jackson, 09-07-2014 17:09:06  
Two things come to mind. Does the clutch work properly if you pump the pedal 3-4 times before you try to shift? If yes, then you probably have a bad master cylinder, about $20 in parts and an hour to rebuild it. You can watch the linkage where it goes into the side of the clutch housing to confirm the hydraulics are good.

Other option is more likely... bad throw out bearing/clutch arms or associated parts, likely caused by your fired keeping the PTO clutch lever in the "up" disengaged position(because of being unfamiliar with the tractor). When the PTO bearing fails, it takes out other parts on its way, causing the traction drive throw out mechanism to fail. Or it could just be the bearing... $50 to $1500 in parts. Pulling the round cover under the clutch and looking around will tell you a lot. Be careful, parts can fall out if it is wrecked.

Then there is the everything else category, sheared key/lost bolt in the clutch cross shaft, clutch disc came apart, return spring...

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