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Re: John Deere 3010 Hydraulic De-stroke

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06-22-2020 20:40:34

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I didn't go back and check the last post, but I would put a gauge in one of the remote couplers and check pressure, and then adjust the pump with the an allan wrench. Loosen the jam nut with a 3/4 wrench then slowly turn in the screw with allan wrench. Will need to hold lever to get pressure the the gauge. Had one similar to this, friend talked to the CSR man at the local Deere dealer, a car mechanic that didn't work with tractors much, anyway he told friend to check priority valve under the cowl/hood since he lost the hydraulics like you did, I chucked and he demanded me to look at it, so I did and found nothing, showed him the parts. So we put that back together and said lets try my fix. Did what i told you to do, hydraulics came back and was done. All I said was easy wasn't it.

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07-10-2020 08:07:48

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 Re: John Deere 3010 Hydraulic De-stroke in reply to matthies, 06-22-2020 20:40:34  
Follow up... I was back at it over the weekend. Messing with the stroke control adjustment. Got it up to 1500 psi when engaging the lever for the rear remotes where the gauge was plugged in. When disengaged, it went back down to about 700 to 900. I also took the loader loose/ capped the connection and tried it with no noticeable change. I have a destroke screw ordered which is the next move. If that doesn’t do it, I’m going to replace the stroke control valve. Do you know of any instructions or YouTube videos on how to replace the stroke control valve?

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06-23-2020 03:09:41

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 Re: John Deere 3010 Hydraulic De-stroke in reply to matthies, 06-22-2020 20:40:34  
I guess I’m hard headed and couldn’t get it through my head that was not a destroke until Tom posted last night. Just couldn’t figure out why the book showed it as a destroke BUT I was laying there in bed last night and thought “what’s it going to hurt to try screwing it in (with gauges) and see if it does anything?”... then your post just confirmed my thought! I won’t be back at tractor for a couple/ maybe few days but will definitely check that and report back. Thank you for the response! I’ll let y’all know the outcome.

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