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Terex hr16 running fine then just lost all functionality. plenty of hydraulic fluid safty switch fine. could b pump?

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There is a fuel pump relay switch usually found under the hood in the engine compartment on top of the left fenderwell. The three relays will be together and will be for the horn, starter and fuel pump. Replace the relay for the fuel pump. First rotate one of the known good relays into the fuel pump relays position to make sure that is the problem. If so you can get the relay at your local Ford dealer for about $16.00.

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SOURCE: the car wont start furl pump runs whrer is the safty switch

It wont be the safety switch as it shuts fuel pump off

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I have a 35 ton black diamond log splitter . The ram won’t move it has plenty of hydraulic oil . Worked fine 2days ago .


does it make any noise when you press the lever?
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hydraulic circuits usually have bypasses when they reach a certain pressure the relief valve opens and oil is returned to the tank safely. if not you could have popped a safety v/v which is in place if the return circuit is not functioning it releases the oil pressure it may have to be replaced for it to function again. this may not be the case either sometimes with log splitters the track get clogged full of crud but you would hear the pump loading then unloading through the relief circuit. the ram could be bent but usually there would be an oil leak in this case. i assume that the pump is running and all that?

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Dear Sir, We have one Sundstrand Turolla-200 make Hydraulic Pump, Model: TFP-200/6D SC51 LAA/9B , which is not building up hyd. pressure more than 80 bar. We are also not getting source of supplier for...


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  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.

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The fuel pump will run and start the van but will not work at all on occasion.


  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.

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My 1994 Chevy silverado is spewing fluid when shifting operates fine haven't lost any gears and doesn't slip. What could be the cause


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Hey Chris..my name is Keith..and i restore 9N's,2N's and 8N's ..and i can help you with your hydraulic problem...the most probable cause is the hydraulic safety relief valve and i would change that 1st..the part number for it is..8N-638..and they cost about 25 dollars..and to change it..you either jack up the rear axle or you part the tractor down hill..so the hydraulic fluid goes to the front..and then you open up the side cover..that has the dip stick in it and unscrew the Safety relief valve from the hydraulic pump9located on the back side of the pump)..and install a new one..and have plenty of rags..because it is a mess job..and if you dont want to opent that cover again..i would replace the hydraulic control valve..part number 9N-640..is costs about 35 dollars and its on the back side of the pump also..and dont forget to get a new cover gasket and that part number is 9N-4131 and it costs about 1 dollar..i hope this has helped..if not write me back and we will get into the hard stuff on the hydraulic system

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Just a visual inspection of the system should point you to the part that failed, most likely a hose. These can be obtained through your local parts store or dealership.
Locate and replace the failed part, refill the reservoir with power steering fluid. With the front of the truck on jack stands, start the truck and turn the steering wheel from full left to full right several times while pumping the brakes. This will remove the air from the system. Recheck for leaks and fluid level and you'll be on your way.
Hope that helps, good luck.

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