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TJ Owner

11-04-2019 04:43:20

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Just purchased a Ford 5610 with cab.
The 3PH is like grandpa on viagara, they are up, but won't go down at all.

There was no oil in the rear end when I first got the tractor, ended up putting a pail and a half of oil in before it finally registered on the dipstick.
Found a leak in the front where the hydraulic hoses go into the oil cooler, fixed that issue, however the 3PH is still stuck in the up position.
Possible air lock? If so, how to bleed it?

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TJ Owner

11-04-2019 10:34:12

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 Re: Ford 5610 in reply to TJ Owner, 11-04-2019 04:43:20  
am able to lift the 3PH arms a few inches by hand

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11-04-2019 10:33:24

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 Re: Ford 5610 in reply to TJ Owner, 11-04-2019 04:43:20  
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Tried that...also left 3 weights on it as well, no success...both 3PH and draft control levers are in the down position, and have tried with the diverter in and out...getting pressure at the hydraulic connectors at the back when you activate the lever for it...

Also, I am able to lift the 3PH arms up a few inches

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11-04-2019 10:24:19

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 Re: Ford 5610 in reply to TJ Owner, 11-04-2019 04:43:20  
Hitch could be mechanically stuck, which happens sometimes if it's not used often. Try pushing down on the arms with something like a loader bucket.

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