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 03-01-2011, 17:20 Post: 177118
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I have a 1999 New Holland 1630 29hp Hydrostatic drive 3 speed with 1100 hours on it. and runs good. Is it normal for it to run out of power in low gear? When Plowing snow or dirt, skidding loggs ect I will run out of power and it will stall out. I talked to a freind who has a TC3o with Hydro Drive and he said his tractor will not run out of power and will sit there and spin until it reaches China. Is there anything I can do to gear down or increase power in this tractor?






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 03-01-2011, 20:11 Post: 177122
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 1999 New Holland 1630 29hp Hydrostatic drive 3 speed


I'd say that you have a fuel problem! Does it smoke when you have these losses of power? Probably not which would tell you that you have a fuel supply problem.

You might find a plugged fuel line but more then likely it might be the fuel filters!!!

You did say you plow snow and this means that you are in the cold so it could be with the fuel gelling and the need for anti-gel like power service if you are working in below freezing temperature.

Go simple first, with the power service if you are in the cold!






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 03-01-2011, 20:19 Post: 177126
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Also check your air supply to be sure it is not restricted.






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 03-01-2011, 21:12 Post: 177129
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I purchased this tractor used and has been this way every since I got it. That was last Spring, which means I run it all summer also. I have skidded logs and at some point it will just run out of power, not due to the engine running poorly or spitting or sputtering. I have replaced the Fuel and air filters also. I am assumeing that there is no way to gear them down?






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 03-02-2011, 10:03 Post: 177140
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 1999 New Holland 1630 29hp Hydrostatic drive 3 speed

It's almost impossible to stall a hydro--first off the relief valve wll kick out. And your buddy is right, it will keep spinning to China.






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 03-02-2011, 17:21 Post: 177147
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Well lets back up to basics. What kind of rpms are you running? Should be near full throttle. Are you sure it is really in "Low" range or gear? With full throttle and no load does move about as fast as a turtle? How high of rpms does your tach show the engine running at full throttle?

How about other than in low range, such as driving on the road, does it loose power there in high range?






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 03-02-2011, 17:29 Post: 177149
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I would be running 3/4 to full throttle. I am definatly in 1rst gear. I run in 2nd a lot and will run out of power much easier, but works good for plowing in lighter snow. I have run in 3rd on the road and it goes just fine.






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 03-02-2011, 19:32 Post: 177150
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Does the engine stall or just the trans?






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 03-02-2011, 19:37 Post: 177151
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THE ENGINE STALLS, SOMETIMES IF i RELEASE THE HYDRO PEDAL SOON ENOUGH IT WILL RECOVER.






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 03-03-2011, 07:55 Post: 177153
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Weathersteve, does it vary in stalling as you use it? Will it stall any easier or not as easy the longer it is run? No idea if your tractor is four wheel drive or not but if it is does it being in four wheel drive affect it?

Backing up to Art's thoughts and my first ones: you have changed all filters, but are you 100% there is full air and fuel flow? There could be mouse or wasp nesting in the air intake; fuel flow may have restriction in it even with new filters. Think Art asked but does any color of smoke pour out the exhaust as it is stalling?

As to the 3/4 throttle position, what does that turn out to be in rpms? The first thing I would do is open up the throttle and see how that affects it. There is a recent thread here where engine rpm was discussed with a hydro transmission and you might not be given it the rpms it needs.






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