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 07-14-2010, 00:53 Post: 172293
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I have a MXU100 same as a NH TS100A, and I got a warning light about low transmission hydraulic pressure. Changed the filter, will be changing the element filter chargeer tomorrow, oil looked good, all hydraulics worked fine with the warning message.

Help, I need to get this tractor going ASAP, hay on the ground.






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 07-14-2010, 08:23 Post: 172294
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 Hydraulic Pressure Problems ts100A or mxu100


You could just have a bad switch but it may be telling you something else is wrong. You could run it, or test it!






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 07-14-2010, 23:24 Post: 172309
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Finally got a hold of someome today that knew this make of tractors, it was a sensor on the side of the transmission. He said it like this was common. Unplugged the sensor, and the warning light went off, interesting enough though, both wires had to be removed to make it stop, and the sensor is in a odd place, right next to the fuel tank. Will be replacing the sensor soon.

Thanks for the help and comments.






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 07-06-2011, 18:45 Post: 179293
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Hello,

Could you give me a detailed description of where this sensor is. I am having the same issue with my ts135a and the hydraulic oil pressure warning light coming on

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laying down looking up at the transmission, the sensor is on the right side towards the top of the transmission. Unplug both wires and the light and warning sound will cease.

If I recall, I had to use needle nose pliers in order to get to the sensor, it was rather hard to get to it, but that was the one that was out, and the service folks had said that was the one they had problems with as well.

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