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ford 1910 differential lock problems

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james9n

05-07-2017 19:18:48




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Both wheels are locked in. Bought it like this. I took the hydraulic line loose next to it so i can see inside. The lever will not stay in the up or down positiion...springs back to center. Works smoothly. Not sure how its suppose to be but thought it suppose to stay in one position or another. I looked inside...shaft turns ...up or down brings fork area away from fork side. The fork part itself does not turn with the shaft...only pulls away from wall. ........i guess my next move tomorrow is to pull the shaft out. --- i dont know what my question is but if anyone is familar with this setup and have advice let me know ....i already rocked the wheels with no luck btw...thanks.

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RickB

05-08-2017 02:45:03




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-07-2017 19:18:48  
The pedal and linkage are working normally. A common failure is one or more of the pins that actually lock the differential break free from the carrier ring and remain engaged.



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james9n

05-08-2017 06:22:45




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to RickB, 05-08-2017 02:45:03  
Can that be fixed thru the hydralic line hole or do i have to take the whole thing apart?



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Bern

05-08-2017 08:38:47




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-08-2017 06:22:45  
Differential needs to come out. You'll need to remove the 3-point lift cover, rear wheels, roll bar, fenders, final drives, etc. to get at the diff.



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james9n

05-08-2017 09:42:43




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to Bern, 05-08-2017 08:38:47  
Yeahhhh...was hoping for a trick lol. .....is it possible to unlock it then just leave it. I would rarely need it anyway.



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RickB

05-08-2017 16:59:40




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-08-2017 09:42:43  
The pins are free to float in and out of the locked position randomly. Not a good situation.



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Bern

05-08-2017 12:56:48




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-08-2017 09:42:43  
Depends on what the damage is inside. If the ends of the pins are peened over, or mangled in any way, it may be very difficult to pop it loose without going inside. At a minimum you'll likely be pulling the top cover off to try and wiggle it free with a pry bar.

If you look at part #25 in Joe's link below, you'll see the pins in question.



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james9n

05-07-2017 23:21:59




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-07-2017 19:18:48  
Thanks joe....but i couldnt pull up the faq section.... It just occurred to me though that i doubt very seriously i could get a part in ir out thru the hydrajlic line hole. ...dunno what to do at the moment.



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JoeM(GA)

05-07-2017 19:31:50




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 Re: ford 1910 differential lock problems in reply to james9n, 05-07-2017 19:18:48  

see if this helps



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