Yanmar 2001D 4X4

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Wed Apr 03, 2019 5:39 am

Looks to be the transmission dipstick, suction strainer (which is important), and I don't know on the partial half circle piece. Does it look like the ends of that piece are broken off from something?

Your stub axles are on both sides of the differential up in the front of the transmission. They go through into the brake housings. Unable to see them on your video. #s9 and 61 on this 2000 parts list. https://www.hoyetractor.com/CTGY/2000TRANSINT.htm

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:14 am

The horseshoe shaped piece on on side looks like on one side it was snapped of part of the casing. I couldn’t see it last night but I’m guessing maybe it is where the strained/filter sits against the case . Maybe that’s why I was sitting in the bottom of the case does that dipstick piece go up on the top between your legs on the cap ? If so I need to get another one of Those . With those pieces being broke still doesn’t explain why the left wheel drive doesn’t work. I’ll look through the link that you sent me on the breakdown diagram but I’m looking for the brake wheel axle I can’t remember what you call that wheel axle hub is that right

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:22 am

Brake stub shaft Ok. If I turned the hub that attaches to the wheel if It turns and the large gear inside still turns the brakes stub shaft can still be broke and that will still turns correct ??

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:56 am

If one of the stub shafts is broken it will be between the pinion gear that drives the bull gear and the differential gears. Could be hard to see from the rear.


Yes, dipstick should be attached to the fill cap.

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Wed Apr 03, 2019 7:03 am

The parts breakdown image you sent is there on on your site that’s clickable?? I went to trans internal

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:52 am

Do I remove stub shaft behind where the brake is ? The stub shaft is there ? Now that I have the back plate off and Diff out all removal will be from behind brake drum area on the side ? If I get it out I should know tonight if I need the used shaft you have

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Wed Apr 03, 2019 12:45 pm

the differential is between the two stub shafts. I don't know how you got the differential out without removing at least one brake housing.


Yes, you can click on the parts breakdown. It is for a 2000, thinking it is much like your 2001.

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Fri Apr 05, 2019 5:29 pm

I have the main axle housing off and big gear inside
How do I get the brake stub out it looks like it’s hitting on the diff lock fork I don’t want to pry to hard

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Fri Apr 05, 2019 7:18 pm

Posted a video of broken shaft on yanmar918 on YouTube

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Sat Apr 06, 2019 5:43 am

The half ring piece you have wouldn't happen to be a part of #60 (differential shifter lock)? Shown on earlier attached parts list on 2000.

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Sat Apr 06, 2019 6:36 am

I looked all over that thing and could not find where the broken horseshoe shaped piece came from.
What’s the difference between the shaft number nine and shaft number 61 is that just left and right I do know that the one that says two brake drum is the one that I need . I will go over it with a fine tooth comb one more time today and I’ll take a more detailed video of them number 60 and the other parts. The broken piece does look similar to the very end of number 85 but it’s all intact . There are also some pieces inside of number 58 that looks similar but everything is intact also looked at # 48 in brakes.in that also It does look like number 9 and number 16 are are the same just number 61 is a exploded view I think...
If I can’t find out where he goes by the end of today I’m just gonna proceed as normal
Could you look at my list of things that I will need in order to put her back to gather sure I’ve got everything

O-ring M0026H 24321–001050
There is also a larger O-ring I think it goes around number 58 that I might need
Break shaft seal H45X68X9TC
Hydro cover gasket HHCG – 4312
Hydro screen HHS-4150
Rear axle seal
Rear axle gasket H194317–34341
Bearing #9. H194150–33423 (2001)
Stub shaft #61. H194150-33413 (This is for Yanmar2000 will it work on the 2001?
Case gasket H1 94150–24441 (also 2000)
PTO gasket
Transmission gasket H194150–24221 (2000)
If you can go over this list and see if there’s anything that I’ve missed then I’ll put it all in my cart and buy it
I’ll call Monday and get that shaft ordered also with this group of parts
Thank you Aaron for all Your input in advice . I I’ve never worked on a tractor I’ve always been a car guys so this is definitely a learning experience for me.

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Sat Apr 06, 2019 7:28 am

Aaron or Hoye parts personnel will have the correct parts numbers for the 2001, I do not know if they would be the same as a 2000. They would be the ones to advise you on parts purchase.

You definitely need to find where that broken part came from. A piece that big missing could not be good. Will look forward to detailed video, appreciate you taking the time to do it.

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Sat Apr 06, 2019 11:30 am

Is there a trick to getting the PTO coupler / adapter off
It looks like it releases like a air hose chuck

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby winston » Sat Apr 06, 2019 12:51 pm

Could not get a good view of your pto clutch. There are different kinds. If yours has something that twists or pulls with spring tension then that releases balls inside so it can be pulled off. If there is nothing with spring tension then you likely have the type that has a roll pin holding it on. The roll pin is normally covered with a grease zerk or plug. It has to be driven out in order to remove the clutch.

Pin type: https://www.amazon.com/Over-Running-Ove ... B06XHTV1BZ

One type spring release: https://www.hoyetractor.com/PROD/OR-660.htm

Another type spring release: https://www.kramp.com/shop-gb/en/107381 ... ch+1+3+8Z6

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Re: Yanmar 2001D 4X4

Postby Yanmar918 » Sat Apr 06, 2019 8:22 pm

It was the pin type. Now that I have found the broken shaft and know what’s wrong with it can we expedite getting the shaft I want to order everything at once to save on shipping


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