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Cabinetmaker
Join Date: Jan 2010
Posts: 3 Pittsgrove, Nj.
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2010-01-03          167874


I recently purchased a Shibaura Steiger special tractor, the three-point lift on the back of the tractor does not operate.it uses two solenoids which are mounted on the back of the hydraulic unit by the arms. The wiring had been disconnected and reconnected to switches, I would think this had been done because the automatic sensor on the arm stopped working to make those connections. The switches are wired to this solenoids obviously to activate them. Does anyone know where I can get a new solenoids for this tractor there is a number on the solenoid 405. I don't think the second solenoid towards the back channel is working and is locked in place. Any help would be greatly appreciated I can not see the plunger for this solenoid doing anything since the pin it would push down is locked into place all the way down. I was told that that the number relating to this tractor was SD2203, it also seems match the Ford model 9000. But the Ford does not use the solenoids and is totally mechanical. Any ideas or help anyone could offer would be greatly appreciated. Bob Davis

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2021-12-07          200803


Bob, did you ever get any info on your Shibaura lift problem? I've got an SD 1803 with lift problems, and it has the electronic control system, with the joystick, knobs, solenoids and all. Did you determine what the voltage was going to the solenoids? They seem to be AC, not DC, solenoids, and I've got about 30 VAC coming into the control unit, but nothing coming out. I'm considering a bypass of the electronics, as yours seems to have, just to get basic functioning. Don't think I'll ever find a replacement control unit, and the tractor's not much good without a functioning lift.

I've been all through my lift system, including new fluid, new piston seal, cleaning of solenoids and control valve body, cleaning of pump screen. I'm getting fluid to the lift, but controls are doing nothing.

If I can help you in any way with what I've learned, please let me know. I know your post is old, but I'm trying everything at this point. ....

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2022-04-01          200961


The best thing to do is mechanically controls. The other alternative is too determine which ports do what , make a manifold & run lines to regular hydraulic control valve ....


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