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Joeman1948

06-10-2021 07:44:49




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Just saved this tractor from the scrap pile. Runs great! Using it around the farm. Has a weird lever under the seat that I need some help identifying? Thank you in advance!
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Joeman1948

06-10-2021 09:12:13




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thank you ! Much appreciated



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Sean in PA

06-10-2021 09:05:09




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 Re: Need help in reply to Joeman1948, 06-10-2021 07:44:49  
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That is a diverter valve. It should only be pulled out if the pipe above and slightly toward the rear from the knob is not plugged like it is in your picture. It is used to divert the hydraulic flow that would normally go to the three point lift to an external implement if you have one hooked up to that pipe, which you don't at the moment. The sound you are hearing when you pull it out is either the pump being dead headed or the relief valve opening due to too much pressure.

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Joeman1948

06-10-2021 08:26:10




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What about the ball lever to the right( in the pic) I pull it out and tractor makes weird noise but nothing happens I think its a remote line plug in?



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Joeman1948

06-10-2021 07:52:24




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Joeman1948

06-10-2021 07:45:37




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Majorman

06-10-2021 08:16:11




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 Re: Need help in reply to Joeman1948, 06-10-2021 07:45:37  
Selects Position Control for equipment working above the ground, sprayers, slashers etc. or Draft Control to control soil engaging equipment like ploughs and cultivators.

Position control means if the control lever is halfway up the quadrant, the lift arms will raise halfway up their travel.

In Draft control pressure on the top link controls the lift arm position depending on where the lever is in the quadrant. At the top end of the quadrant a little pressure on the top link will cause the lift arms to raise, lower down the quadrant more pressure will be needed to do the same.

You can try this yourself by putting a lever on the top link and pushing it.

Your picture shows the lever in Position Control.

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