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hydralic priority?

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brian 1

08-01-2005 06:37:02

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Can someone tell me the priority or ranking for steering, loader, transmission, and brakes when they are served by the same fluid. CIH 885 brakes went out or got very soft, didn't think at the time to check fluid as I was leaving in a hurry. Worked fine and this just started after I started using a new cylinder and hoses. Could that reduce the fluid level enough to cause that? Thanks.

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08-02-2005 06:58:12

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 Re: hydralic priority? in reply to brian 1, 08-01-2005 06:37:02  
From MCV, steering is first from priority valve and then to brakes. PTO clutch is also supplied at MCV. Then lodaer is fed from hitch supply via remote and power beyond plate. Transmission has seperate pump inside it. I think you just need to bleed brakes.

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