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P I Pete

11-02-2019 10:09:29




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A guy in my area has a newer ford new Holland with duals front wheel assist power shift, it does not move either direction says it will cost $20,000 to fix it. I don't know much about tractor I think it's 150 +- hp range can't believe it could cost so much, what could be issues?

Pete




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David G

11-03-2019 15:53:35




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
The knowledge on here amazes me, I enjoy reading it.

FYI, when you were talking funk, I thought you were in a down mood.



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Bern

11-03-2019 17:31:46




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to David G, 11-03-2019 15:53:35  
Funk is simply another 4-letter F word for those folks who don't like Fords.



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showcrop

11-03-2019 10:34:59




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
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Someone who I though tknew told me that it was a Funk. In the book I believe they call it a mod quad or something like that. It was 16 speed: 4 manual x 4 power shift.



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Bern

11-03-2019 15:21:11




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to showcrop, 11-03-2019 10:34:59  
Your tranny was called the "quad mod". 4 powershifts in each of 4 ranges, for a total of 16 speeds. It is of Ford design and manufacture. It is also called a "partial powershift", as opposed to a "full powershift" or simply "powershift" of the 18-speed Funk.

If you look carefully, you'll find the Ford oval cast into the side of your tranny case. No such logo exists on the Funk 18-speed trannies.

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showcrop

11-03-2019 04:49:44




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
That happened to my 1996 Ford 8240 with 18 speed Funk. The problem was a bad seal in one of the clutch packs wouldn't hold pressure. It cost only around 3K to fix. Next year the hydraulic pump went out so there was no pressure to hold any of the clutch packs. That one cost around 8K. Next year two of the transmission control solenoid valves quit holding pressure. The valves were NLA but the new owner found some used ones and swapped them out himself.

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Bern

11-03-2019 05:32:17




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to showcrop, 11-03-2019 04:49:44  
An 8240 did not use an 18-speed transmission, nor was it made by Funk. The only 18-speed Funks would have been in the 8x30 series tractors, or the European Genesis.



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Larry NCKS

11-02-2019 19:36:35




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
Ditto what Bern said!
Without more info, I'd guess $20,000 is very possible . . . and then some!



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P I Pete

11-02-2019 10:34:11




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
Don't know any more about it, I will try to get more info. an post at a later date. Pete



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Bern

11-02-2019 10:21:18




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 Re: power shift failure in reply to P I Pete, 11-02-2019 10:09:29  
It would be nice to know what model it is, as well as some more details regarding the original diagnosis.



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