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 12-23-2009, 15:57 Post: 167682
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Hi. When I use the 3 pt to hold an implement up and use the front loader at the same time, the 3 pt jerks up and down. Also when the unit gets hot, the front loader is weaker and I hear a noise as if from the pump. Help! Please be specific as this tractor is new to me. Thanks






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 12-23-2009, 17:31 Post: 167683
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Pump noise usually means the pump is starved for fluid for some reason and you are hearing it try to pump air. Is the fluid level correct, have the filter and/or screens been changed or cleaned? A fluid starvd pump won't last long, check these things before using it again.






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 12-23-2009, 19:28 Post: 167685
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Your machine is fairly similar to mine. From time to time the linkage on the aux. hydraulic control lever sticks (do you have aux. Rear hydraulics?) This causes the 3pt lever to act goofy, but most of all wants to sort of stall the engine. What's happening is the system is going into to relief---the sound could be a low or high pitched whine or squeal or hissing. This will cause harmful cavitation and pump/fluid overheating. Be sure the loader control valves aren't sticking in one position which could cause the same reaction.






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 12-23-2009, 23:06 Post: 167693
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The fluid level is ok. Where are the screens and filter located. I am just not familiar with this tractor.
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 12-23-2009, 23:21 Post: 167694
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Laughing out loud, come on man, if you're not willing to at least LOOK for the filters--and there are several--there's not a whole lot we can do to help you. Seriously.

Your best bet is drop many, many dollars--$200 and as much as triple that--for the factory service manuals and read up on it. Otherwise, you're going to be looking at that much or more as down payment to the dealer for repairs.

I was extreeeemly lucky and bought a full set--a 3" binder full-- off eBay for $60.






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 12-24-2009, 00:08 Post: 167696
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I would assume screens and possibly some filters would be internal, and I would have no way of looking for them. I thought someone that had a unit like mine would know the locations. Sure I know what a spin on filter is and could find those. I was being serious.






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 12-24-2009, 07:51 Post: 167698
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Did you get an owners manual with your tractor? If not your nearest Ford/New Holland dealer can order one, but for the time being they can tell you where the filters are and the correct ones to use. Be sure to use only the fluids recommended in an owners manual if you have one or The one your dealersahip recommends.






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 12-24-2009, 12:10 Post: 167702
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Thanks Hardwood, for the advice.






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