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post #1 of 8 Old 07-05-2008, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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hydrolic problem on a 5300

Hello I am new here but at work we have a JD 5300 with a JD 540 loader I use the tractor alot and I changed the hydrolc fluid a few week ago (10 gals) and it worked fine untill some one new used it now when you lower the loader bucket a hydric sqeal noise happens and it straineds the motor but you can lower the bucket slow with out the sqealing noise by not pushing the lever all the way forward, Any one had or heard of this problem?
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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

You did use HyGard when you replaced the fluid, correct?

You have checked the fluid level, correct?

I assume you cleaned the screen as well as replacing the filter?

If you didn't clean the screen, then the squeal is probably the relief valve...

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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

No, I used "NAPA AW46" hydraulic oil oops did I screw things up? I told my superviser that the book called for the Hygard stuff but he sayed its all the same. and I did change the filter and cleaned the screen (some metal bits in it) Thanks for the quick reply
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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

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No, I used "NAPA AW46" hydraulic oil oops did I screw things up? I told my superviser that the book called for the Hygard stuff but he sayed its all the same. and I did change the filter and cleaned the screen (some metal bits in it) Thanks for the quick reply
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Well, I've never had a problem in JD equipment using HyGard...

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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

So the stuff I putin there is ok. Tomorrow I will look at the book and look at the valveing parts on it
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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

It sounds like you have a restricted hose or fitting somewhere. I would look closely at all of the lines and hoses from the loader control valve to the loader boom. Make sure there are no kinked hoses or oil lines. Could also have a cylinder problem. I doubt the oil is the problem, although I do prefer using original equipment oil.
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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

Ok thanks, I did not have time to look at today had to clean up after the 4th but I will start looking next week
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Re: hydrolic problem on a 5300

OK! Thanks for all the help it was a quick coupler had come loose. thank for all the help!!
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