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PTO electrical hydraulics for Case IH MX 135
|Peter Gebbie||Can the hydraulics be restricted on the electric hydraulic PTO to slow the engagement?
|AJ||I'm not into ag tractors as its construction machinery that I'm involved with,I looked up the parts drawings of the MX135 to see if I can help and see that the solenoid for the PTO engagement has only one wire attached,this says the solenoid is single stage and is either closed or open,it opens the valve fully and engages the clutch,the only way to slow down the engagement is reduce the oil flow,there does not seem to be any facility to do that,reducing the engine speed seems to be the only option and like the diff lock and 4 wheel drive it is a wise precaution,
|Eksteen||Case Maxxum 140, we changed the output shaft and gears on the hydraulic lift, now the gears do not change. If the lift works then the gears do not changed and if gears changed the lift do not work.
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