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165 multi power not working

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Steve in wi

11-08-2018 17:33:01




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Just bought a 165 diesel, changed hyd oil that was milky and cleaned hyd screen behind PTO cover. Three point works but I can't get any thing to make multi power to work. Adjusted and moved lever coming out of bell housing to see if it works Nothing how do I trouble shoot this multi power unit. Gauges some where. Or just split it right away Thanks




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Jo Bird

11-10-2018 05:41:58




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 Re: 165 multi power not working in reply to Steve in wi, 11-08-2018 17:33:01  
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From Dieseitech's post : late tractors with the cooler and front MP filter in front of the radiator... if you have a filter check that filter before you split it..

I have a MF 180 that had the same problem with the MP , the filter was plugged causing the problem. No guarantee that it is the problem , but a whole lot easier that splitting it..

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Dieseltech

11-08-2018 17:57:44




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 Re: 165 multi power not working in reply to Steve in wi, 11-08-2018 17:33:01  
Very early tractors had no MP test port lines, late tractors with the cooler and front MP filter in front of the radiator have a test port elbow cap just above the clutch housing area. If the clutch pack has to come out, it requires a double split to remove the complete transmission. If the tractor has the IPTO option, there's a MP/PTO pressure test port on the PTO shift side cover.



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Steve in wi

11-08-2018 18:01:45




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 Re: 165 multi power not working in reply to Dieseltech, 11-08-2018 17:57:44  
No it doesn't have that option, so pretty much split and inspect everything?



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Dieseltech

11-08-2018 18:47:29




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 Re: 165 multi power not working in reply to Steve in wi, 11-08-2018 18:01:45  
Could also pull the three point cover, then with a made up line with gauge and valve see how the MP pump checks out. If it checks OK then you will need to go deeper.



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