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    Default tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    new Holland tl100a surges going uphill 1 mile per hour difference.

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    Default Re: tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    could be bumping against governor back off a little on throttle and see if this continues
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    Default Re: tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky Hoffler View Post
    could be bumping against governor back off a little on throttle and see if this continues
    Thank you will try

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    Default Re: tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    I suspect you have a problem with the governor. The rpm shoud droop a bit when you start up hill but if I understand you correctly, the speed goes up and down so the governor is "hunting". it need more damping.

    Have you tried to NH forum below? Someone like Dieseltech or RickB maybe able to help.

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    Default Re: tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    G'day hate to say it but it can be a prob with them I have had to have a couple of inj pumps rebuilt now due to surging and it was found to be the governor springs at fault


    Jon

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    Default Re: tl100a surges in road gear going up hills

    Expensive spring
    Quote Originally Posted by banjodunn View Post
    G'day hate to say it but it can be a prob with them I have had to have a couple of inj pumps rebuilt now due to surging and it was found to be the governor springs at fault


    Jon

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