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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hour Meter not advancing
The connection should be on the back of the meter. You'll need to get behind it and probably remove it. There should be a bracket with a nut/screw attaching it to the back of the meter.
Take a look at this and let me know what you find.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
I would check the stator which is located on the top or side of the motor, this is what produced spark and if there is rust on it it will lose spark. so basically remove the fan housing the top of the motor and you should see it either on top or directly on the side i believe it has one wire going to it green in color and is held down by two bolts. good like look out for the rust
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
Could be a lot of things. Quoick coupling loose? Does the lever work from left to right? Is it stuck now and only work from front to back? There is a small lockout feature on it that keeps from it moving when you hit it with your legs. It is down at the base of the lever. Other than that has to be connections. Try swithching the hoses around where up and down is dump.
See if its that
Posted on May 11, 2010
You may need to do a compression test on the engine to confirm whether or not the head-gasket needs to be replaced,that's where i would start if the thermostat is not the problem and the hydraulics are not loading up.Check for oil in the radiator or anti-freeze in the oil as well as for white smoke out of the exhaust,all are indicators of a bad head-gasket.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
SOURCE: JD mighty mover tractor, 27MHz,
My son and I took apart the toy as we have the same problem with ours. The green terminal on the motor moves when we apply pressure to it and the motor speeds up considerably. It appears that a weak or bad terminal is the cause of loss of power. We are not sure how to maintain the pressure on this terminal.
We are going to put it back together and see if it works.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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