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2090 case wont move

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Posted by david on December 17, 2002 at 16:20:37 from (209.83.227.166):

2090 case wont move at all. How can I check the pump for the problem as opposed to the coupler and or the torque limiter? The power steering still works but I have no "clutch" or any front end loader movement. If you "yank" it in gear it will jump a little but not move.Does the hyd. pump on the left side behind the left rear but in front of the axle housing,control the "clutch" etc...or is there another pump somewhere else? The little piggy back pump on the "big",what does it do?Is it a scavenger or just a pump with a very small capacity?Thanks,David

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