Zd 18 kobota mower r/h drive is slow and cavation noise what goes wrong is it repairable
There is air obviously entering the pump, that's what cavitation means. Check lines and seals/gaskets for leaks. If you can park over a dusty area in the yard for a minute or so, do it and then look for dark wet spots around the hydro pump/motor(s). I have no idea what the model of the motor/pump on the mower is, so I can't know for sure if it's repairable, but I certainly wouldn't recommend anyone without prior experience with this type of service to a hydraulic system, to do any repairs or service to said system, it's just too easy to damage a hydro system in the wrong conditions with the wrong tools or procedures. Bite the bullet, bring it to a shop and ask lots of questions. OH, and ask them to SAVE THE OLD PARTS! That way they won't scam you for unnecessary repairs.
Mar 21, 2017 |