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John Deere JD 3520 moves slow after wash

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whiteturbo
Join Date: May 2005
Posts: 77 Shelby NC
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2007-06-26          143246


I have a 3520 w/cab tractor and about a week ago I washed the cab out inside and now when I push the pedal to move forward or backwards it does not want to move unless I speed it up to about 25 rpm's. If I turn it off and restart the engine it will move the way it should for a few min. and then when I let off pedal and try to go again it will be slow or not move at all until I speed up to about 2500 again. Sounds like a electrical problem to me any ideas? It is under warranty but did not want to take it to dealer if the water has caused the problem. I would not think that would be the cause because I have had other tractors with the HYD and no cab out in all kinds of weather and they worked fine. It has 192 hours on it could it be a suction side filter needs to be replaced and change the fluid?

Thanks
Jack

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hardwood
Join Date: Dec 2002
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2007-06-27          143247


Whiteturbo; I am NOT an expert on electronics, but being your symptoms seem to result from water being in the cab that you have a bit of water in the switches of the actuatior pedals. Likely when you incerease the engine RPM's and right after startup your alternator is pushing out a few more volts that overcome the resistance. It reminds me exactly of my 4310 E-Power Reverser. If it sits out in a heavy rain or if I get to liberal with the hose when washing around the E-Power Reverser lever it just won't work till it dries out. I never did have it checked out, I just make sure it is in the shed and keep the water away from the switch when washing. Frank. ....

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Billy
Join Date: Oct 1999
Posts: 975 Southeast Oklahoma
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2007-06-27          143254


Has the tranny ever been serviced? ....

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whiteturbo
Join Date: May 2005
Posts: 77 Shelby NC
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2007-06-27          143260


No i have not changed the filters I was going to at 50 hours and dealer said it was good for 400 hours and i did not. It sems to be OK today maybe it was wet from the bath inside the cab and had not dryed out. I opended the doors and let some air inside today. I think i will go ahead and change the filter od fluid anyway.
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Jack ....

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