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TC45D NewHolland 2003 Boomer 4WD problem

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2019-04-02          198289

I have a Boomer TC45D 2003 880 hs.

4WD lever has gone "limp"--moves freely obviously not engaging anything and so 4WD doesn't work.

It has always been a pain to move the lever into 4WD, finally learned to lift it w/ the bucket, that worked, but 3 or 4 attempts a year in the years before that of just trying the pedal back and forth and then pushin the lever, maybe too hard.

Anyway, now the 4WD lever slides back and forth completely freely--no tension--obviously not connecting to anything and so the tractor now does not engage into 4wd. This didn't happen with any indication of a problem--like with any noise of any kind, nor any other issues--it runs fine in 2WD, it seemingly just happened without me noticing.

Any idea of what to look for underneath to start with--it seems like it must be a linkage problem?

Will I have to drain the oil completely--I just replaced it a few months ago, expensive stuff--or if I tilt it back with the bucket will most of it drain away from where I need to look?

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