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  1. #1
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    Dec 2011
    04 Kioti DK65C

    Default Lift problems

    What are general trouble shooting on a 3 point hitch. Kioti DK55. Hitch stop working suddenly

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    Platinum Member KYErik's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    South central IL
    1977 AC 7000, 1980 JD 2840, 1963 Ford 4000, 1943 Case SC, Case 530CK backhoe

    Default Re: Lift problems

    Here are some places to start:

    Is the reservoir full? Do the hydraulic remotes still work? Any strange noises when you move the 3 pt lever? Does the lever move with the normal amount of force or does it move more easily? (perhaps the control linkage is broken/disconnected). Was the fluid contaminated with water which could now be frozen?
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  3. #3
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    Camarillo, Ca
    LS R3039H, JD 345

    Default Re: Lift problems

    You have a valve in your system that regulates how fast the hitch drops ---- if that's fully closed the hitch won't work. Most are located between your legs under the seat --- they get bumped accidentally and end up closed.

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