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Re: No Loader Pressure IH444

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03-14-2019 20:06:54

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Just some more information; I plugged in a gauge to the hose coming out of the Aux port, which goes into the loader controls. At a medium throttle setting, I got 0 psi whether the Isolater Valve was open or closed. I did not have an adapter large enough to tee into the pump pressure side hose, but I did take it off and turned over the engine. It actually started to my surprise at lowest throttle setting, and I was able to observe fluid flowing out of the hose into a bucket. I was not brave enough nor do I have enough kitty litter to advance the throttle, so I will try and see what I can come up with to check the pump output pressure tomorrow.

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03-15-2019 14:53:04

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 Re: No Loader Pressure IH444 in reply to Kerplooey, 03-14-2019 20:06:54  
Hi, before flow will come out the Aux port the 3pt lift lever has to be in the proper position.
I am attaching the page from my B414 Operator's Manual(your 444 in a grandson of the B414). Unfortunately this site does not allow pdf documents so I had to snip it into multiple jpgs.

I agree with BarnYardE that someone made a mess.
Hopefully after you read the Remote Cylinder Operating instructions it will help sort out your problem.
Basically the 3pt lift lever will have to remain locked in the UP position to have continuous flow out of the Aux port.

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