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John Bates

09-19-2019 08:02:10

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Just replaced steering clutches in my 69 450 dozer. The question is why does engine wanna die when I turn one way?

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Tim S

09-20-2019 04:58:10

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 Re: Steering in reply to John Bates, 09-19-2019 08:02:10  
I am not exactly sure of the adjustment procedure on your unit,,but in theory as you pull the lever back a bit the clutch should start to disengage (to give you a slow turn),,pulling it back more it should completely disengage (letting the opposite clutch do all the driving),,then a bit more and the brake should start to apply (forcing the turn),,then pulling back all the way and the brake should be on fully ( making for a tight turn) ....It seems like yours is letting the brake apply too soon....

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Tim S

09-19-2019 11:35:13

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 Re: Steering in reply to John Bates, 09-19-2019 08:02:10  
Sounds like the clutch is not disengaging... and the brake is applying..

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John bates

09-19-2019 14:24:57

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 Re: Steering in reply to Tim S, 09-19-2019 11:35:13  
Everything is new. This might sound stupid. But how to I fix that. And the pressure plate fingers are adjusted right with tool

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