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3 point wont lift on IH 656

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Peter Kosloski

01-18-2002 08:18:01

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I have some problems with 3 point lift on my 656. It will not move at all with position contol lever or load contol lever. I took the cover off under the rear seat and trying to figure out how thay ram acuates the arms. The linkages are fine and the spool is shifting. How is this ram lifting the arms(or supposed too? Is this a rolling rack design? Teeth around the shaft and horizontal teeth on ram end engage to rotate the shaft? Any one had one appart or seen one mecahnically damaged?

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01-20-2002 04:06:42

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 Re: 3 point wont lift on IH 656 in reply to Peter Kosloski, 01-18-2002 08:18:01  
Put both levers to the rear-the position control and draft control. Make sure you have that cover over the hitch mecahanism so you don't get sprayed with oil, should it suddenly go on relief pressure. With the tractor running, put one of the hydraulic remote levers on demand and see if you get a response on the hitch of any kind. Then repost what it does. That particular hitch mechanism you are looking at in there is a hydraulic cylinder that pushes on a a ball cup connected to the rockshaft.

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Morgan Dunn

01-18-2002 21:45:15

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 Re: 3 point wont lift on IH 656 in reply to Peter Kosloski, 01-18-2002 08:18:01  
Kurt you need to ck the hyd pump. also ck bypass valve that it is opening & closing as it should. good hunting. Morgan

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