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Pto diagnosis, early style 1486


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The pto quit working in my 1486 with an early style (not easy to turn with engine off) twin shaft pto. 

I removed the plug and tested for pressure and found none.

I removed the plug and there was no flow.

I backed into a ditch so the hydraulic fluid would flow back to cover the pump if the seal was leaking but there was no difference.

The linkage is working fine.

I'm thinking the control shaft may be broken. It broke one a few years ago. I noticed the cab mounts are bad so the cab could be flexing too much.

I don't exactly remember how I decided it was bad. Do I remove the plug under the shaft to see if it falls out?

Thx-Ace 

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  • acem changed the title to Pto diagnosis, early style 1486

It was the pin. It works fine now.

I'm replacing the cab mount so it doesn't happen a third time. It's really bad now that I look at it.

Why do we call them cab mounts when it has a 4 post instead of a cab???

Thx-Ace 

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29 minutes ago, acem said:

 

I'm replacing the cab mount so it doesn't happen a third time. It's really bad now that I look at it.

Why do we call them cab mounts when it has a 4 post instead of a cab???

Thx-Ace 

Put the Magnum mounts in when you replace them...same price, better built.

Travis

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10 hours ago, acem said:

I looked them up. They don't bolt on like the originals.

How do they work in an 86 tractor?

 

Just looked them up...they are a little higher priced, now, but still worth it.

They come with instructions. Easy peasy to do.

HH1286905 is the part number through Hy-Capacity.

Travis

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