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Skidder foward and backwards has stopped on tigercat

620c wont move need help

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motor in the seat is bad

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What would cause my hydraulics to keep heating up on a 648g3 skidder?


Friction is usually the cause of hydraulic overheating. Every time the hydraulic oil moves through the system the moving of the hydraulic fluid against the hoses,pumps, cylinders , etc. creates friction. Any restrictions such as valves or filters can be hot spots because of the friction created as the passages get smaller the fluid moves faster creating more friction. Friction = Heat.
I would check the filters to make sure they are clean. Check the valves to make sure they are opening fully. Check hoses for any kinks or pinched spots.Try to operate the skidder at the lowest r.p.m. need for the work being done. Over revving can also cause heat buildup.
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,1st determine what is defective-so u know what to replace/repair-2 things only ,[1-switch or 2- motor under d seat]
by presing the backward swicth,, you can hear the sound of the motor running and u can see the seat is going backward...
1-now by pressing the foward switch, and you hear the motor running but not that strong like the rear ..and the seat move an inche /a little and stop,,.then u have a defect weak motor,
2- now by pressing the foward swicth and u dont hear any motor running then the switch is most likely defective
defective switch -repair- spray contact cleaner,remove cover switch,penetrate inside
defective motor-repair-remove motor replace inside carbon,,.chiepest way not to spend to much money..
i suggest even once a month,lubricate all power seat/even not powerseat/,door hinges/.trunk door/.power antenna./ .by spraying lubricating oil,. for maintanace,..you can save a lot..

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check the wire if you hear no sound when you move foward or backward you probably got a bad switch ckeck that out hope it help fixya our post

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