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Case IH 4210 Stuck Clutch

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Gentlemen,

I've apparently let my 4210 set too long and the clutch will not disengage.  I removed the inspection cover and there was approximately a soda can full of water that drained out.

The water was clearish and not antifreeze.  I'm guessing it was years worth of condensation.

Anyway, I've tried several things while running it. Stomping the brakes, steep inclines, pulling something on an incline (all with clutch in).

Is there any kind of fluid that wouldn't ruin the clutch fibers that might break the bond?

This has happened before but I've managed to break it loose.  

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some have tried kerosene /jeta  even less oils than diesel  and block pedal

suspect it would not seal enough again to hold long

is there enough room to  slack pedal and remove PP bolts so you could   rap/lube spline then reset and try load again?

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If you have a bigger tractor or a loaded truck.  Something that will roll but big enough to stop you tractor.     That way you can get started. Then with your clutch pushed have the stop you .                               guess you are getting ready for a new clutch anyway.     

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