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    John Deere

    I know this is the wrong forum but does anyone know of a good john deere forum. I am having power steering problems on a early 4630 tractor. Thanks
  2. Sorry for the delay. I put a piece of tape over the lube tube and put a small hole in it with a o'ring pick. My lube pressure went up to 22 psi. So when I get time will be in the TA to see what is wrong. Thanks for the replies.
  3. Did not use very much air pressure had a blow nozzle that had good control. Had not thought of blocking off lube tube. I am waiting on a new sump check and spring, will block lube tube when they come in and put the mcv back on and check lube pressure then.
  4. Had the MCV apart and checked the spools to make sure everything was free and put all new gaskets. Got pump and mcv kit from HY Capacity. Have taken mcv off again and replaced orings on the ta,dd and lube tubes. Put some air pressure in lube tube and do not seem to get any back pressure air seems to free flow. Should I get some kind of back pressure in the lube tube if the lube baffle is good? Thanks for replies keep them coming.
  5. Lube light on is what started me working on it. Have replaced the MCV pump. The power steering seems to work good and TA pressures look good but low lube pressure.
  6. I have farmall 806 that has low ta lube pressure. I did some pressure checks and found these pressures. Safety valve lube TA 255 psi 5 psi middle 235 psi 5 psi direct drive 255 psi 5 psi steering stop 270 psi 4 psi Can someone help with these readings I first thought sump check but not sure where else to look. Maybe the TA lube baffle? If anyone has an idea please respond.
  7. I have a pull type sprayer with hyd driven spray pump. What is the best way to run it with a 7110 magnum tractor. What remote should I use and what flow should I set the remote too? I ask because I started using it late in the season last year and the hydraulics seemed to be getting hot. Had it hooked to no 2 remote because no 1 detent was leaking. Not sure the proper way to hook to the tractor.
  8. Update Added a helper spring beside new spring that I installed. Pedal returns to stop and my pressure is up to 285-290psi where it should be. I do not like the way it looks with this extra spring because it looks like someone said to themselves heck just put a screendoor spring on it and it will be alright. Thanks for the responses I wish someone had a better looking setup that they could have posted but it is working.
  9. mrfred54 What spring did you use?
  10. The new spring is larger diameter wire but the 5/8 inch longer was what did not seem right. Is their a number for the helper spring? Pulled clutch pedal this morning and cleaned pivot shaft and bushing greased and reinstalled. Pedal is acting the same as I described. Pedal will not fully return above 250psi. With the tractor off and pedal on stop I have around a .022 thousands gap in the spring coils so the spring is not bottomed out. Any ideas or pictures on a helper spring setup. Its odd I have 4 magnum tractors in shop now and this one is only one the clutch is acting up and I have replaced cable and spring.
  11. The new spring is larger diameter wire but the 5/8 inch longer was what did not seem right. Is their a number for the helper spring? Pulled clutch pedal this morning and cleaned pivot shaft and bushing greased and reinstalled. Pedal is acting the same as I described. Pedal will not fully return above 250psi. Any ideas or pictures on a helper spring setup. Its odd I have 4 magnum tractors in shop now and this one is only one the clutch is acting up.
  12. The new spring is larger diameter wire but the 5/8 inch longer was what did not seem right. Is their a number for the helper spring?
  13. Drop response is behind the 3pt controls and appears to move left and right with full left fast drop.
  14. If the oil was not milke or discolored is probably condensation from setting. You might let it set for awhile and loosen drain plug but not remove and see if any water or antifreeze drips out when the plug is still barely in. If it is condensation you will have the run the tractor long enough to get the engine up to temp to evaporate the water out. May take more than one time if you do not run it for several hours at a time
  15. Still can not get the pedal to return when starting in 7th gear. Have replaced cable and put spring 1990620C1 spring on. Charged accumulators "only slightly low" . New spring is black and an 5/8 inch longer than my old spring. When in 7th gear and let up on clutch the pedal does not fully return the clutch pressure is 250 psi. Lift or toe up pedal and pressure is 285-290 psi. When in 7th gear and pedal has not fully returned if I shift back to 6th gear the pedal pops up to full return. Have tried adjusting pedal lower with stop bolt to put more spring pressure on pedal and readjusting cable but does not seem to change anything. cwinn asked about bushing with the cable and spring unhooked I can move pedal full movement from outside of cab with the short lever the spring and cable hooks to without much effort. So far I am at a loss as to what to try next. Is there something in the clutch spool that could cause this or is it still a cable and spring problem. Any ideas are welcome. So far this is kicking by butt.
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