shoot some pb blaster on it and let is soak.. however, if the pump is bad it may not have any pressure to push the plunger up...
Thanks Tudor for the instructions. I sure hope thats all thats wrong with it.The drive pin for the charge pump is broken.
- Remove the drive shaft.
- Mark the top of the charge pump housing.
- Remove the 2 bolts securing the charge pump housing and remove the housing itself.
- You will find the remains of a 1/8" x about 7/8" pin (actually a needle bearing) in the cross drilled input shaft and the inside of the cover or pump proper.
- Remove the bits and pieces for disposal and install a new pin. It's a slip fit in the shaft so turn the shaft so the hole is horizontal.
- Put it all back together.
It may take a few seconds after startup to draw fluid from the reservoir before it's up to full service.
Lose the charge pump and both the hydro and the implement lift hydraulics will not function. The only other things that will cause the same effect is the failure of the drive shaft or the engine.Thanks Tudor for the instructions. I sure hope thats all thats wrong with it.