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Kioti LK3504 very slow moving no transmission power if under a load. Any ideas?

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Is the transmission fluid level adequate? It sounds like the torque converter has insufficient fluid available ... or perhaps the wrong fluid is in the vehicle!

Posted on Apr 18, 2017

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    Fred Miessen Apr 19, 2017

    Added transmission/hydraulic fluid to tractor and moves better is there a filter that needs changed?

  • solver2010 Apr 19, 2017

    For that, I would need to know all about the tractor ... year, make, model, accessories, etc,!

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