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Kubota 3240 HST creeping

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PaddyWhack
Join Date: Apr 2015
Posts: 2 Duncan B.C. Canada
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2015-04-30          192689


I have a Kubota 3240 and it has started always wanting to drive forward. I have gone through the linkage, lubricated it and it appeared solved. It has come back with a vengeance, and I have had the dealer service out, and we have not found a solution. He is now ready to truck it to the shop and start pressure testing.

Has anyone had this similar experience, and have a solution. This is the worst for me, I have just spread fertilizer, and can't figure how I can do without the machine for long.

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Art White
Join Date: Jan 2000
Posts: 6877 Waterville New York
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2015-05-01          192692




If it can't be adjusted externally then it is internal.
For it to be changing is not good! You may have a problem in the control valve, the pressure tests should verify it.. It should be fixed as soon as possible for the integrity of the hydro.
Yes it does have to come apart!
Kubota mandates that service departments have appropriate training. Larger Kubota dealers might have more hands on experience for the repair.
It is rare that it would be anymore and not to common. In the industry hydro's reliability has been outstanding but from time to time things happen. ....

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