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Park lock on 2590?

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Eddie7295

02-17-2015 08:51:49




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What would fixing a 2590 park gear involve? I am sure the tractor would have to be split, does the powershift have to be removed? Trying to an idea of the cost of this repair.




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Henrik Jansson

02-23-2015 10:13:33




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 Re: Park lock on 2590? in reply to Eddie7295, 02-17-2015 08:51:49  
I fixed it on my Case 1370 from behind by removing the PTO.

It was just a "KEY - woodruff" that was broken.

Do you have any repair manual or parts catalog so you can se what it will look like in there?

If I get your email I can send you a shop manual if you dont have it.



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casetrader

02-18-2015 04:24:32




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 Re: Park lock on 2590? in reply to Eddie7295, 02-17-2015 08:51:49  
Run it up on 4"blocks drain hyd oil pull PTO housing I/T manual will help w/photo,usualy what I find is the roller on park pawl has split,probably find in trans,(blocks are to keep oil from dripping all the time)



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gfs

02-17-2015 12:42:17




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 Re: Park lock on 2590? in reply to Eddie7295, 02-17-2015 08:51:49  
drain the oil take the pto back plate off then crawl up in there and drive the roll pin out then drive the pin out the freeze plug in the axle. Took longer to drain the oil, than it did for the rest of the job.



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rndy3788

02-17-2015 16:01:13




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 Re: Park lock on 2590? in reply to gfs, 02-17-2015 12:42:17  
not that hard to do , remove rear cover after draining oil , the you can see whats the problem but you shouldn't need to split the tractor



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1948 mm

02-18-2015 06:16:16




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 Re: Park lock on 2590? in reply to rndy3788, 02-17-2015 16:01:13  
Yep drain the hyd oil, good time to change it anyway. Remove the drawbar support and remove the pto housing. You can order a pto gasket for a 1370 if you want a gasket.



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