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post #1 of 13 Old 02-10-2010, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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I was plowing snow and the bucket will work fine but wont go down? Any ideas its a 2005 new holland tn75da. Thanks to any and all ideas.
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is the line leaking that could be good. have you had the lines off and get air in them that might be it or coould the valve good. check into those things im trying to think thats what i would check with if my plow did it and it might be a similar case
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thanks but no all lines are good and it goes left right and up.It tilts just wont go down.
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post #4 of 13 Old 02-10-2010, 10:47 PM
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Your joystick won't go down or the joystick goes down but the bucket doesn't?

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the joystick goes down but the bucket doesn't feels like its dead. the same when you use the backhoe and it trips. Ps nice tractor in your pic!!!!
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sounds like a linkage issue ... maybe?

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Check your hydraulic connections...my guess is one or more is not fully connected...if necessary, turn off the tractor unplug them all one by one...then cycle your joystick in all directions for several seconds...then plug your connections back in then start tractor and see if it works...

When was the last time your changed your hydraulic filter?

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Check your hydraulic connections...my guess is one or more is not fully connected...if necessary, turn off the tractor unplug them all one by one...then cycle your joystick in all directions for several seconds...then plug your connections back in then start tractor and see if it works...

When was the last time your changed your hydraulic filter?
Thats my next guess also.

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well i dug deeper to day and it was a linkage. all i can say is junk plastic unreal 180hr and broke what happend to moving parts being metal or brass.
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well i dug deeper to day and it was a linkage. all i can say is junk plastic unreal 180hr and broke what happend to moving parts being metal or brass.
PLASTIC???...
You have got to be kidding...

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the wave of the future, sadly....

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yup cant buy one cable have to buy the whole joystick!!!!! just cause one bad cable ha ha ha ha
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Thats my next guess also.
My guess also after this thread wasn't about Sat. nite dates in Arkansas!!


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