Question about John Deere 420,1020,2010,2020,2510,2520 Tractor Float
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
IF the rest of the hydraulic system has normal pressure, then the control valve for the 3 point may be faulty, or ; the hydraulic cylinder that raises/lowers the 3 point arms has failed (the sealing ring on the internal ring has torn)
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
The first thing to do is get all the information you can off your plow. Like: serial number, model number and any info on any tags you find then go to the John Deere web site. Go to the plows section and you should find everything you need. They do have parts lists and manuals on the site. But it may be harder to find parts without at least a model. But they do have help areas you can try. Try there and if no luck try to give me all the info you can about what you are looking for and I'll do some research for you.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Two things to consider....fire and fuel. Lets start with the simplest....check and replace the fuel filter, drop bowl off the bottom of carb to make sure float is working properly. If this dosen't work...your looking at a new coil. Some coils will go quickly where others are gradual. As they heat up...they will stop working until allowed to cool down again. www.nnyparts.com
Posted on May 30, 2010
The motor has a governor that controls its speed, and if one of the pivoting parts or linkages is sticking this would happen. Look for the throttle linkage on the engine carburetor (move your throttle up and down, watch what moves). The governor will be a second linkage attached to the throttle arm. Squirt some WD-40 on any rotating parts and make sure a foreign object isn't stuck in there. It could also be the part of the governor that's internal to the engine -- harder to get at, but not expensive to fix.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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