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 04-13-2009, 12:49 Post: 161981
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when i crank the tractor when its cold and then
shift into gear there is a long delay before it moves.
what could be my problem? never done this before. thanks.






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 04-13-2009, 13:11 Post: 161982
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Starting with the simplest, could be normal, the RPM setting, the hydraulic system (fluid, filter, pump), or the shift-pressure setting.






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 04-13-2009, 13:42 Post: 161983
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 1610d tranny sluggish

What type of transmission does it have? If a HST have you checked the fluid level? If a HST when have you changed the filters and fluid?






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 04-13-2009, 18:29 Post: 161992
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mine is a shuttle or power shift, and the fluid level is not low. could i have a bad clutch or maybe air in the sys.






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 04-14-2009, 08:39 Post: 162003
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No and if so unlikely to be related. Exactly how long is the delay?






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 04-14-2009, 09:48 Post: 162005
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the delay is from 2 to 3 min. before it begins to move.






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 04-14-2009, 11:05 Post: 162007
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 1610d tranny sluggish

Sounds to me like you may have a problem with your pressure relief valve.

When the tractor is cold, the oil is thick and develops a lot more pressure. If the relief valve spring is getting weak, or has broken, it may be dumping the fluid straight back into the reservoir. After it has idled for that few minutes the friction of forcing itself through the valve has warmed the oil up enough that it starts to act normally again.

Some delay is normal, our Kubota GST's do the same thing in cold weather, even with the lighter oil in them. We use magnetic heaters on the TX cases and it helps a lot.

Best of luck.






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 04-14-2009, 16:28 Post: 162021
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After you've ruled out the more obvious things, listen to the Murfmeister. Yannies with the PS have both a main and a secondary relief valve in there. To check and/or adjust you'll need a service manual that gives the pressure specs and a gauge that you attach to the access port.






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 04-17-2009, 11:15 Post: 162136
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i changed the tranny fluid and cleaned the screen
and all is well now. thanks for your help fellows.
there was alot of muck in there.






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