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 10-31-2011, 06:54 Post: 181046
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greg_g you are the man to get some info off of as you seem to know a lot about these tractors. I lost my 4wd today it feels like its engaging but dont work, where do i start looking,I was digging up dirt with the fel and when i went to go up a bank i notised no drive in the front its a europard 304 and i think the transmition is a standard jimna.






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 10-31-2011, 08:29 Post: 181047
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 4wd will not engage

Well, the EuroLeopard is a Foton. And I've never worked on a Foton. But the principle should be the same; that is, the driveshaft is permamently engaged to the front differential.

Tranny in neutral, 2wd engaged, rear tires blocked. Jack up the front end so both tires are off the ground. Remove the driveshaft shroud and spin one of the front wheels. What you want to see is (a) the other wheel spin in the opposite direction, and (b) the driveshaft turn. Note: when you remove the shroud, take care to not lose anything that may fall out. Falling pieces may point in the direction of the failure.

Try to get this far, post your results, and we'll go from there.

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 11-01-2011, 16:17 Post: 181048
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well i found the problem a broken front drive shaft.now i have to find a new one which will be a problem.
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 11-03-2011, 15:12 Post: 181070
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Ask the auto and truck garages, most likely there is a local shop who makes drive shafts.






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 11-03-2011, 15:42 Post: 181072
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yes i think i will end up doing that i got lots of leads but no results.
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