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Gehl 5240E standard hydraulics- purchased Titan back/fronthoe attachment- will not operate.


What manual are you referring to? The user manual? I have experience with hydraulics on forklifts and run into these issues from time to time. Some things that can cause this problem is safety switches. Also it could be that the hydraulic hoses might not be fully connected. I looked at a manual for this unit and found that the hydraulic flow for the attachment has to do with what type of controls you have for this unit. Is it t-bar or joystick? Here is a link to the site I went to, to learn about your unit

http://www.gehl.com/docs/default-source/skid-loader-documents/e-series/4640e-power2-5240e-power2-operator's-manual.pdf?sfvrsn=8

If you look on page 40, it will explain to you how the hudraulics work with the type of controls you have. Hope this helps!!!!

Aug 21, 2016 | Miscellaneous

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I need an electrical schematic for the forward / neutral / reverse control lever on the column, it's a hydraulic solenoid control lever manual shift 1-4 gears.


Repair manual at your favorite auto parts store. You will want it later anyway since you are a DIYer. or try filepeep.com or
manualslib.com

Apr 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My bobcat 553 wont start unless i jump the starter and then the hydraulics still dont work


have a load test done on the battery to check for a dead cell. IF the battery is dead then there will not be enough current to work the electronic controlled hydraulic valves . I imagine this machine has joy sticks for controls and not linked levers to the valves.

Mar 20, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2000 Isuzu Rodeo and I am having problems starting the vehicle. I've been told that its the fuel pump. Is there a switch where the pump can be turned back on or does the fuel pump have to be...


  1. The observation with your vehicle implies mechanical malfunctions likely caused by insufficient, clogged, or burnout lubrication fluids. Since the component parts experiencing malfunction are observable at significant vehicle areas like power drive trains, several conditions are likely factors to driver's suspicion. For example, the drive train of significant mechanical sprockets linked at joints making propulsion possible with the control lever situated at drivers seating area is significant reason of concern. First, the driver's lever control functions hydraulically as modern improvement made possible with fluid lubrications, and several absorptions chambers. Once, an engineered hydraulic mechanical lever is realized to dispense manual contact requires inspections. First, a mechanical inspection to ascertain the conditions of constutuents providing hydraulic should be made on the vehicle. The possible outcomes include findings of an absence of faulty turbines implying no wear had occurred. Second, the observation findings may ascertain a burnout fluid that may require replacement procedures. For example, burnout hydraulic fluids usually may require cleaning draining, cleaning the residue slug from turbine areas making possible replacement of newer fluids. Hydraulic fluid conditions usually may require resistant variety that performs under overexerted conditions. For example, the fluid type may vary depending on the task requirements of the vehicle. Also, the type of condition expectations of the vehicle would require frequent hydraulic inspections.

Jan 22, 2011 | 2000 Isuzu Rodeo

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2005 Xterra overheating while idiling


  1. The observation with your vehicle implies mechanical malfunctions likely caused by insufficient, clogged, or burnout lubrication fluids. Since the component parts experiencing malfunction are observable at significant vehicle areas like power drive trains, several conditions are likely factors to driver's suspicion. For example, the drive train of significant mechanical sprockets linked at joints making propulsion possible with the control lever situated at drivers seating area is significant reason of concern. First, the driver's lever control functions hydraulically as modern improvement made possible with fluid lubrications, and several absorptions chambers. Once, an engineered hydraulic mechanical lever is realized to dispense manual contact requires inspections. First, a mechanical inspection to ascertain the conditions of constutuents providing hydraulic should be made on the vehicle. The possible outcomes include findings of an absence of faulty turbines implying no wear had occurred. Second, the observation findings may ascertain a burnout fluid that may require replacement procedures. For example, burnout hydraulic fluids usually may require cleaning draining, cleaning the residue slug from turbine areas making possible replacement of newer fluids. Hydraulic fluid conditions usually may require resistant variety that performs under overexerted conditions. For example, the fluid type may vary depending on the task requirements of the vehicle. Also, the type of condition expectations of the vehicle would require frequent hydraulic inspections.

Jan 22, 2011 | 2005 Nissan Xterra

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Po411 code


  1. The observation with your vehicle implies mechanical malfunctions likely caused by insufficient, clogged, or burnout lubrication fluids. Since the component parts experiencing malfunction are observable at significant vehicle areas like power drive trains, several conditions are likely factors to driver's suspicion. For example, the drive train of significant mechanical sprockets linked at joints making propulsion possible with the control lever situated at drivers seating area is significant reason of concern. First, the driver's lever control functions hydraulically as modern improvement made possible with fluid lubrications, and several absorptions chambers. Once, an engineered hydraulic mechanical lever is realized to dispense manual contact requires inspections. First, a mechanical inspection to ascertain the conditions of constutuents providing hydraulic should be made on the vehicle. The possible outcomes include findings of an absence of faulty turbines implying no wear had occurred. Second, the observation findings may ascertain a burnout fluid that may require replacement procedures. For example, burnout hydraulic fluids usually may require cleaning draining, cleaning the residue slug from turbine areas making possible replacement of newer fluids. Hydraulic fluid conditions usually may require resistant variety that performs under overexerted conditions. For example, the fluid type may vary depending on the task requirements of the vehicle. Also, the type of condition expectations of the vehicle would require frequent hydraulic inspections.

Jan 22, 2011 | 2000 Lincoln LS

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I have a 4052 mcCulloch 4 ton log splitter. What kind of oil does it take for the hydraulics


Not having a mcCULLOCH manual I dont know what they reccomend,but on mine I just use HI grade industrial/commercial hydraulic fluid. I have been using this for 15 years and have had no trouble. I change oil and filter every year. Thank you.

Nov 06, 2010 | McCulloch 4 Ton Electric Log Splitter #...

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Farmall 560 hydrolics wont work on the bucket


i am not sure but check the levers and the inside of the lever control movements.

Apr 28, 2010 | Farmall IH Tractor 460, 560, 660, 2606...

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Wont reset when button is pressed


motor is hydraulically "locked"...check inside your inlet from the garden hose, most likely it's blocked.

Jun 14, 2009 | McCulloch FHH18A Electric Pressure Washer

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