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8N 3Point Problem

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05-01-2004 12:48:22

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How big of a deal is it to pull the hydraulic pump on an 8N? I've pretty well pinpointed the problem to be in the pump: the linkage seems to be fine, the valve is stuck in the down position, and I can't get it to free up at all, although you can move it in and out. But as soon as you let go its still stuck, it won't stay freed up. So, I've decided to pull it and clean it throughly, just wanted to get some advice on the topic beforehand. Do I go through the top cover, where the transmission shifter is or what? Thanks for any information.

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05-02-2004 05:15:04

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 Re: 8N 3Point Problem in reply to Bill, 05-01-2004 12:48:22  
To add to what Bruce said..... Do your self a favor and pull the pump down compleetly. The seal kit is about 15.00 and a service manual is about 25.00 the tear down and reassembly is not hard at all. When apart clean everything thouroghly and use a wheel cylinder hone in any of the bores that have rust scale. I took the cheap way out the first time and had to pull it back out and do it again. Do your self a favor and do it right the first time.

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Bruce (VA)

05-01-2004 17:45:52

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 Re: 8N 3Point Problem in reply to Bill, 05-01-2004 12:48:22  
Pull the inspection plates, drain the fluid, pull the PTO shaft (get a new seal & replace it when you put the shaft back) put a board under the pump and a jack under the board. Remove the pump bolts and lower the pump. Remember to finger tighten the pump bolts only when you reinstall the pump; put the PTO shaft back in and spin it a few times to align the pump before you tighten the bolts.

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