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I have a late model mx200 i have read through every forum post i can find but only with bits and pieces that i have found relate to my scenario. My tractor will druve forward fine in all gears, engage reverse clutch but throws a 56004 trans slip code. I have checked pressures are in spec at 305psi. Changed filters, checked fluid, cal clutch, cal pedal. 

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not that this will help but do you get a 5011 code?   dealer told me it could be an internal leak.  mines been doing it for a few years now and it gets worse   it will work most of the time but wont fail at the dealer.

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Reverse is the first gear that goes out from excessive high speed traveling on the road with these transmissions . 

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Is the tractor used on any sort of large honey wagon or grain wagon/cart? If used in the hills and the operator allows the push to overspeed the engine/transmission they will fry the reverse clutch pack. Case IH has a revised clutch drum that bleeds the oil off behind the clutch piston and prevents what is referred to as "centrifugal engagement". We are in a somewhat hilly area of western Iowa and we see this problem in both the Red and green powershift tractors. 

A poster here by the name of Farmall advised me about the replacement reverse drum.

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44 minutes ago, pirlbeck said:

Is the tractor used on any sort of large honey wagon or grain wagon/cart? If used in the hills and the operator allows the push to overspeed the engine/transmission they will fry the reverse clutch pack. Case IH has a revised clutch drum that bleeds the oil off behind the clutch piston and prevents what is referred to as "centrifugal engagement". We are in a somewhat hilly area of western Iowa and we see this problem in both the Red and green powershift tractors. 

A poster here by the name of Farmall advised me about the replacement reverse drum.

This upgrade helps some but not a complete elimination of the issue

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16 minutes ago, bitty said:

This upgrade helps some but not a complete elimination of the issue

We have not seen a second failure in any of the red tractors that we installed the updated drum it. I can't sat that about the green ones though. I discussed this problem with a transmission engineer from JD and while they are aware of the problem, their contention is that it is an operator problem and not a design problem. 

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