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    Default jd2940 moves at a crawl pace

    I was using a chisel with my JD 2940 when all of a sudden it slowed down to a crawl. I checked the hydralic oil and found it to be milky.
    (not sure how that happen but will have to investigate thatlater)
    I figured maybe something got clogged so I changed the the hydralic oil and filters, but it still moves at a crawl pace. I noticed the brake
    pedals were kind of hard so I bled them. Still no difference ( still hard). I can shift to all gears and move in all gears but it moves like a snail. Hydralics seem to be working fine. Does anyone have any suggestions on what could be the problem. Looking for ideas on things to check while I start saving money if major repairs need.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: jd2940 moves at a crawl pace

    does the engine rev higher when you depress the accelerator? if it doesn't-it must be a fuel related issue, if it revs and goes nowhere-clutch or trans issue. good luck

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    Default Re: jd2940 moves at a crawl pace

    Found out I had busted seals on the main line that feeds the pressure regulating valve under the transmission shift cover. Thats where I was loosing all my pressure.
    Thanks for responding.

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