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Topic: Brakes - Advise needed CIH 4210
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02-22-2016 14:56:23

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I have a Case IH 4210, maybe a '94, Open, ROPS.

Brakes developed a problem. Left seems to be OK.

Both worked AOK, till another operator used the tractor for a short time with the Parking Brake still engaged. PB is AOK still.

If I use the right brake, both then almost go to the floor.

If I lock them together, same problem.

Only left pedal brake seems to be acceptable.

See no oil or leaks.

I looked in the manual about mechanical adjustments, but does not look viable from pictures.

If anyone has one, what can you tell me, or what do you think.?



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03-05-2016 22:12:59

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Probably o ring on brake piston in rear end would recommend dealer fix

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