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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by cat2, Apr 6, 2010.
No grinding at all
Time to test ta pressures and stuff.
There is good pressure when you push the clutch in
that has nothing to do with the TA clutches and seal rings
Get a tech to test it.
I know i'm just saying that the clutch goes down like it should, The T/A is brand new only 4 hours on it
I went over today and looked at it. When its in gear and you let the clutch out slowly the tractor wants to jump a head, it will move 1/2 inch a head then stop. One time I put it in reverse and it backed up about 6-8 feet, then I had to stop because there was a building in the way. Then I tried again to get it to go a head and reverse and it wants to go but it won't. The hi low lever seems to move way to easy, I can have it in low and push it in high with 1 finger easily, any way to make it go in harder. I know that probably has nothing to do with the problem we have now, but needs to be harder to engage, heck if you get a strong wind it will move the lever lol
OK The TA lever is attached to a cable, check if the spool in the valve, LHS under the step behind the battery box is travelling all the way up and down, it should be an over centre feel! start there! maybe when they put in the TA they did not secure thecable properly.