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    i live on a mini farm 25 acres in mcnairy co. tn.
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    1949 allis chalmers model c and yanmar 1610d.

    Default 1610d won't go,help

    iam a new member and i have a ? my tractor is a 1610d with the shuttle
    shift. lately it has been very slow or relutant to begin moving after cranking
    and putting it in gear. what could be wrong?

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    Montgomery, Texas
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    Yanmar 1610D

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    How long have you had it? Have you checked the hydraulic fluid level in the transmission? If that level is good you may need to pull the screen (filter) and check it for debris. They can get clogged and prevent flow which makes the tractor slow to go into gear.

    If all that is good to go, then you might need to check the flow from the pump.

    Box

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    YM186D . 1957 AC CA

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    If the suction screen is clean, check your relief valve springs.

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    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    The suction screen is the most likely culprit. After that ,relief valves and their components. Powershifts don't die, they must be killed.

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    yanmar 3110D

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    Like has been said. Clean the screen .. Re fill with clean jd 303 or equivalent. Some use ATF in their power shifts

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    Yanmar 1610D

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    It has not been mentioned, but be sure to drain the Transmission before trying to clean the
    filter. I think it contains about 3 1/2 or 4 gals. of oil
    Gary

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    '05 Kubota BX1830

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    To slightly side-track, If you are going to change the trans fluid on a tractor which needs a change REALLY BAD, should it be flushed somehow?
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    i live on a mini farm 25 acres in mcnairy co. tn.
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    1949 allis chalmers model c and yanmar 1610d.

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    thanks for all your responses. i have had this tractor for 4 years. i got it from
    a guy in memphis that got it at tulahoma tractors. how do i get to this screen and the releif valves.

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    IH-1086 and a GRAY

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    Quote Originally Posted by dbloyd View Post
    thanks for all your responses. i have had this tractor for 4 years. i got it from
    a guy in memphis that got it at tulahoma tractors. how do i get to this screen and the releif valves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmer2880 View Post
    To slightly side-track, If you are going to change the trans fluid on a tractor which needs a change REALLY BAD, should it be flushed somehow?
    oil changes and cleaning the screen are basically flushing the system. removing the draw bar plate and wiping the settled sediments in the lower casing clean would be one step further to a better cleaning. trying a flush chemical is not suggested, just change oil and keep the screen clean more frequent.

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    1949 allis chalmers model c and yanmar 1610d.

    Default Re: 1610d won't go,help

    can anyone tell me where to look for this screen at. thanks.

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