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I have a JD 4400 compact tractor M4WD with rock shaft problems. When raising the 3 point hitch to transport position i.e.. lever in notch, the hydraulic pump will not stop pumping or go into pressure relief. The pump dead heads under full load unless I move the rock shaft control lever down. I tried to adjust the rod on the top of rock shaft that tells the control valve it's position. This changes the location on the control lever when the shafts start to drop. Is there a pressure relief valve at the at the pump that could be bad. My front end loader does the same thing . If you hang on the control lever to dump bucket it keeps on pumping. Thanks for your help Mark

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Sounds like you need more hydraulic oil - Or like you said the transmission screen (dirty).
Where it is ??

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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SOURCE: John Deere 4410 three point hitch will not raise.

Im sorry, I thought you said you changed the oil. My thought was that perhaps the hitch might have bled down during the oil change. That happens occasionally with the tractor I service at work.

I hope you find your trouble. If you could let me know the answer, id appreciate that.

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Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Tractor Front end loader will not dump

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

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SOURCE: JD 3320 tractor with error code 57

From what I can find, that is a 'timeout' error indicating the expected signals from the hydrostatic transmission are not being received. That would suggest that some of the wiring is still not repaired. Could it be the nice doggie pulled out a connector partially and you didn't notice? Make sure all connectors are firmly seated.
Some have seen this error code occur for the simple reason that the battery voltage was borderline low -- those computers are sensitive. So before you take it to the dealer, put the battery on a charger overnight to see if that resolves it.
Hope this helps. If so, please rate my solutions, thanks and good luck!

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