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Hydraulic pump working, deck will raise and blades turn. When pedal is pressed you can hear the fluid pumping but no movement. plates checked in the drive and they are fine. valve or something is allowing the fluid to bypass the drive.any ideas where to Check?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Might be a blockage in the hose coming from the pump to the washer nozzles, or the nozzles themselves. Hose might be kinked as well. I'd try to trace and disconnect the hose at the pump, and at each connection to see if there is fluid running through them when the washer is activated. Certain types of washer fluid will evaporate and leave deposits that could potentially clog the system. Could get a little messy, but washer fluid is harmless unless you get it in your eyes. Maybe start with that, cause I can't see an '02 model vehicle having a bad washer pump. Then again anything's possible, but if you can hear the pump running, that's where I'd start. I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Don't worry about it.
The air pump is not good for the car or the environment. It just dilutes the percentage for passing DEQ.
But it is easy to check the control valve just by taking off the small control line, and sucking on it manually. You should be able to feel the air flow in the large hose turn on and off, as you **** and release.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
You should have your TPS and EGR looked at as those cause rough idles...Other causes are bad idle air control valve, bad plugs, bad distributor cap & rotor, a bad wire, bad O2 sensor, etc...
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your time. We have replaced the plugs,wires,rotor,cap and distributor.If TPS,EGR,o2 bad,wouldnt engine light come on?"
how did you jump the fuel pump relay, by bypassing the relay or by applying power to contact that closes the relay? If you bypassed the relay completely you need to b ench test the relay you can do this easily by using any 12v dc power source. If you tested the fuel pump relay by applying power to the relay and the pump run and developed pressure. I suspect a wiring or ground issue. Good luck
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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