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    Default 806 international

    I hope this is the right place to post this. I did a search of the forums and found none for 806.
    My tractor won't move. It sometimes will go if I bleed the pump on the side. Is this perhaps a pump problem or Torque amplifier problem.
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: 806 international

    Quote Originally Posted by brandys View Post
    I hope this is the right place to post this. I did a search of the forums and found none for 806.
    My tractor won't move. It sometimes will go if I bleed the pump on the side. Is this perhaps a pump problem or Torque amplifier problem.
    Any help will be greatly appreciated.
    What pump are you bleeding?

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    Default Re: 806 international

    The last time it happened I bled the one on the bottom of the left side. I am not sure it wasn't a coincidence.
    Thank You

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    Default Re: 806 international

    will it move with the ta in low or high? do all the hydraulics work?
    T/A's usually only lose one side at a time. unless the hydraulic pump or control valve
    dies.
    2010 JD 2320, 200cx, Frontier 1060R RFM, 2048 BB, LR1072 rake, IMatch, 5 suitcase weights.
    NEED MORE IMPLEMENTS!

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    Default Re: 806 international

    You have two problems.
    One, an hydraulic problem in the Multiple Control Valve circuit related to an air leak, worn pump, blown gasket, oil quality/quantity, or a plugged filter.
    Two, a failed sprag within the TA assembly itself. The TA should default to TA mode (low) and drive on the sprag without any hydraulic oil flow or pressure if the sprag is sound.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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