I just worked on the same issue with mine. I took the control valve off and pulled it all apart there was a small piece of metal that we defend it open. I assume the metal got there when my pump seized.
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ok so I put in some work in the rain and dark this evening and this is what I discovered. 1. No fluid was coming thru the T 2. Pulled the little hydro fluid line (not the suction) from the pump and used a mirror and determined the gears were not moving 3. Pulled the pump and turned over the engine a...
I will take better pictures tomorrow that should be able to show a little more. I would say yes they were working correctly when I bought it. They would occasionally get bogged down but then pick back up. It doesn't even sound like there is a load being put to the lines. After I changed the pump and...
Found the coupler and pulled it just to check but I had good flow and did not see any evidence of air suction. The fluid in the line was not foamy. Do I need to prime the line or bleed it somehow? here is a picture of the distribution block for reference incase it is not plumbed properly. I bought i...
The feed line from the pump goes to a distribution block between your legs as your sitting that goes to the 3pt hitch. It looks like there is a price put on top of it that feeds the loader. Not sure if these go bad but on don't see one on the website for sale. I do have new clear fluid going to it s...
That is correct. I pulled the suction line at the filter and it's getting good flow. I'm going to pull it at the pump to see if there's a blockage in the line. When you say coupler are you referencing the o ring or am I not seeing a coupler?
filter is good. Cleaned it two weekends ago. Fluid is brand new. I am going to pull the line coming from the filter to the pump just to make sure there are no obstructions.
New pump is on and I am still having the same issue. How much pressure should the pump be generating? I loosened the bolts on the out line and it was draining but not squirting. I guess my question is should the line always be pressurized or only when I stick for hydrolics?
It means I put a wedge in the gears to stop them from rotating. The coupler will not spin so under my pressure the key seems to be working properly. I don't have a book yet so I don't know if it's plumbed properly or not.
Quick thought.... Is it possible that since I was using the lockout as a means to stop the 3-pt from going down could it have stuck in the closed position??? Would this cause all functionality in the hydros to cease??
Put a stopper in the gears and they don't move. I ordered a new pump and will put it in when it gets here. If it's still not working I will keep the old one as an emergency backup. As I said who knows what previous owners did so I'll try replacing the obvious suspect first. Next issue. I called hoye...
the key is under the coupler holding it to the shaft correct? I have pulled the pump and spun the coupler and I can see the gears moving inside. I see a type of RTV on the front plate of the pump where there are a few torque screws so it looks like someone was messing in there for some reason.
I recently bought a YM240 and had a couple of issues this past weekend. I was running a brush hog but it would not stay up so I activated the lock out knob to keep it up. When the tractor was running and the lock out was off I was able to use the 3-pt hitch and the front bucket. When running the bru...