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4 Responsesso far.

  1. jerry flick says:

    my 1954 ford jubilee tractor is leaking hydrolic fluid from the back of the flywheel below the hydrolic pump. what can be causing this

  2. Nick says:

    Ok, without seeing pics it will be hard for me to diagnose. Are you sure it is hydrualic fluid? Is it possibly a bad seal on the hydraulic pump is allowing it to leak down? Also, I have seen the bell housing full of fluid from a leaking trans input shaft. If your transmission is overfilled, it will leak worse. The clutch will throw all the fluid it has collected in the bell housing everywhere. Some pics would be very helpful.

  3. bob says:

    I have a ford 3000 that I have a long time now.It works great but recently it seems to be loosing some power and surging at times under load. I thought I possibly might be the fuel filter so I change that and no change so i drained the tank and flushed it and cleaned the screen and doesn’t seem to be that so I cleaned the oil in the oil cleaner and still no real change. I know my tractor so well and all its noises I do recognize the loss of power and the surging. anything I am missing?

    • admin says:

      I would start with a complete tune up of the tractor (plugs, wires, cap, rotor, etc.). I would also check compression on the cylinders. You want to be around 100 psi for each cylinder. Preferably 120 but given the age of your unit, 100 would be acceptable but you will feel a difference in power and possibly smoking. The 4 cylinder engine in the ford series is one of my personal favorites. Let me know how it works out!

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