Topic: Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem
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|44 Diesel Tech
I have spent a lot of time working on these tractors in my 43 years with JD. Anytime I had the filter serviced or hyd oil drained, I had to rev the engine wide open and turn and hold steering wheel hard to right or left. I was ALWAYS able to get the hyd,s 'primed' this way. By the way, you can remove the hyd. pump out the bottom without splitting the tractor. I have done it many times.
By the way B&D, this gentleman asked for help with his hyd. problem, not your thoughts on the ownership of the tractor. We had one on our farm and worked well for us.(gas engine). Your fellow CDN.
This post was edited by 44 Diesel Tech at 22:10:34 01/30/13.
Re: John Deere 2010 Hydrualics Problem in reply to 44 Diesel Tech, 01-30-2013 22:08:37
|44 Diesel Tech, |
Thanks for the reply. Can you explain how to
remove the hydraulic pump without splitting the
tractor? I have the shortened IT shop service
manual and it doesn't state anything about
splitting the tractor to remove the hydraulic
pump. The John Deere service manual and parts
manuals I have tell you to split the tractor so
that you can disconnect the hyd. pump from the
transmission. I assumed if I get the pump
disconnected, I can pull it thru the clutch
housing cover. Currently, I have one of the power
steering lines disconnected from the top of the
hyd. pump by going thru the access door. I assume
there is another one or two power steering lines I
cannot get to?
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