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2007 JD 450J 2500 hours: checked oil levels - Hydraulic and transmission. Engaged drive, normal PSI, crawled at very low jerky speed. Backed up some and then it stopped no PSI and no longer moves.

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Sometimes they have air pockets disengage the transmission
as to push. start put in gear and run this will help burp out air.
shut off and engage the transmission and try.

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