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Case 590 Super M Backhoe Transmission won't work

Case 590 Super M Backhoe was backing up a steep hill, spinning on dirt trying to get traction and backhoe just quit (no sound of any breaking parts). Electrical in transmission is OK (reverse & forward solenoids are OK). All pressures reads good. Was told sometimes snap ring in control valve can break but it is good. Took transmission out of backhoe, all parts inside look good. Wondering if the torque converter could be the problem? Any other ideas?

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I think you need Check your Transmission Pressuer of your machine. After That Change Recormanded Transmission Oil & Right Quntity. Transmission Pressure Should be 10-12 bar.

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Pregunta , tienes, el manual de la case 580 ck, donde se muestra el circuito hidrailico de la transmision, si es asi, embiame una foto del circuito o el manual y te puedo apoyar.

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I suggest you to replace the Torque converter but before to do it check the your Idle air control valve operation.

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not sure if this is the answer yet but i have the same problem with the same codes i work at an auto parts store and a few of the techs that are customers have lead me in the direction of changing the ignition switch, i am doing it today will let you know if it solves the problem

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SOURCE: 580b case backhoe trackter will go forward somtime

check the connection of your control circuit

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