I switched the solenoids, problem stays in odd gears. Picture used to show how it looks mounted. Once they are down inside the drum base should be against the brake piston pads. Our fast shipping, low prices and years of research make us your best choice when you need parts. We checked the hydraulic fluid levels and then added a bit, although it was pretty close to full anyway.
If they look good no sign of wear ,nicks or cuts I leave the old ones in place. Going down the field, it would sometimes shift itself down to the lower gear for no reason, or just 'let go' all together, and the sentry light would be glowing. That said, on a loader, more depends on how much the driver 'rode' the clutch. I will get another gauge and check them together. The power is transferred to the unit by a constant running shaft driven by the clutch pressure plate. The only thing to remember, is that if there is a loss of pressure, the Hy-Capacity unit will not automatically kick the tranny out of gear.
If not i would change the hytran and the filter and see if that makes a difference. Can you provide a printed copy? Get a 5288 or 5488 with updated trans and you will be fine. The rear one goes to 240 psi until the sentry light comes on, then it goes back to zero. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. Am I looking at a split here? Hoss Did you have 2 gauges to read both clutch circuits at the same time? When you swapped the control solenoid wires you needed to also swap the pressure sensor wires. Now it will be easier to repair the unit. Swap those two relays and see if the problem follows bad relay.
Thank you for all your help so far. Disconnect the solenoids, start it and see if you still get pressure in the high side guage. I have made the call to start looking for some thing newer and bigger, reduce my tractor herd and I am looking at getting a 5088 or a 5288. I was baling the other day. This may be done in a press or by making a simple tool or you can purchase the tool in my store in the category.
Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. It is one of a few things. Folks you will not find better more precisely made harnesses any were. This snap ring may not have been used on your unit and is only for stopping the piston from over stroking due to very worn clutch discs. Now removal of either of the 2 shafts ,bearings and seals will be self evident. I have made the call to start looking for some thing newer and bigger, reduce my tractor herd and I am looking at getting a 5088 or a 5288.
Jam it with the jam nut or set screw. Yesterday, we went to use it and it would barely more - kind of jerking forward. Our fast shipping, low prices and years of research make us your best choice when you need parts. Install both shafts and bearings with snap rings. I was baling the other day.
Hollar back and we'll continue on. It could be a transmission pressure sensor. I'm a dealer for these wiring harnesses. Has 600 weights, triple remotes. If they don't then set the springs on there pads on the rear cover that you should have facing up at this point. Third has it had the tranny upates. Install the tube making sure it is pushed into the housing all the way.
That said, on a loader, more depends on how much the driver 'rode' the clutch. If the sensor is going bad, it will give a false low pressure reading to the module, which will kick the transmission out of gear. They are not and will cause transmission damage if left in for extended periods of time. There is no practical way to test the sensor, you can use a manual pressure guage, or just buy a new sensor, and swap it out, to see if that cures the problem. The original configuration starts out with 2 steel plates the 1 fiber etc.
Switched the relays on the sentry, same result. No printed copy will be included with your purchase, however all digital manuals are printable if you wish to do so yourself. You have up to 90 days to retrieve and save the file to your computer for permanent viewing. If still no go at this point, check the hydraulic pressure in behind the left headlight. Since it sounds like it is worse when you first start up, I doulbt this is the problem, unless you have a very plugged hydraulic filter.
The sentry is mounted on the left wall of the center console. First one is tomorrow, 5088, duals, 8000 hours, only beeb used for haying the last decade. I switched the solenoids, problem stays in odd gears. However, I'm afraid to say this, but those are the exact symptoms my 5088 had when the shift module itself went bad. There is no practical way to test the sensor, you can use a manual pressure guage, or just buy a new sensor, and swap it out, to see if that cures the problem. With the snap ring removed ,the clutch carrier drum can be pulled up off the splines of the 1000 rpm shaft.