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  1. #1

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    Apr 2004
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    Dadeville, Al
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    Yanmar 1610D

    Default 1610D Rear End

    Can anyone help me diagnos my problem. I have noticed
    recently that sometimes when I shift from forward to reverse that I a have jerking or jolt effect. This does not happen every time. I fills like there is something loose in the rear end. Could this be caused by wear of the gears.

    I recently change the hydro fluids and cleaned the screen thinking that may be the problem. The screen was very clean
    when I took it out. My hydraulics work better after changing fluids, but I still have the rear end jerk.

  2. #2
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    new england
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    3 Yanmars

    Default Re: 1610D Rear End

    hey there,

    I had this happen, it might be as simple for you too. make sure that one of the 3-point hitch arms are catching on the tire treads... Otherwise it might be something like a worn cog on the gears, perhaps. Does it stay in gear OK, does it feel like the drive train is slipping in reverse?? I hope it's not too bad!! -arthr

  3. #3

    Join Date
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    Dadeville, Al
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    Yanmar 1610D

    Default Re: 1610D Rear End

    I had this happen, it might be as simple for you too. make sure that one of the 3-point hitch arms are catching on the tire treads... Otherwise it might be something like a worn cog on the gears, perhaps. Does it stay in gear OK, does it feel like the drive train is slipping in reverse?? I hope it's not too bad!! -arthr

    I does not slip any in reverse of foward. If the gears are worn that bad, should I go ahead and replace thim. I lifted the rear off the ground and checked the free play by rotated the wheels back and forth. Seemed to be a good bit of travel between gear contact. I not sure if that is supposed be that much free movement or not.

  4. #4
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    Dixon, Il

    Default Re: 1610D Rear End

    You'll need to determine where the slop is. It may be fixed by replacing parts or shimming, depending on where it is at.

  5. #5

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    Dadeville, Al
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    Yanmar 1610D

    Default Re: 1610D Rear End

    When it goes into gear from reverse to forward it shifts hard.
    It feel like something slamming together. Would this be caused by a broken gear or worn gear. This does not happen every time. The lower the RPM that I shift gears in it less noticale.

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