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I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT THIS TRACTOR AND IT HAS A BRAKE PROBLEM. THE BRAKES GO ALL THE WAY DOWN. ARE THERE TWO SMALL MASTER CYLINDERS UNDER THE INSTRUMENT PANEL? IS THERE A FLUID RESIVOUR AND IF SO, WHERE AND WHAT KIND OF FLUID DOES IT USE? ALSO THE INSIDE SHIFT LEVER IS STUCK. I HAVE CHECKED THE LINKAGE MECHANISM AND FIND THAT IT IS STUCK INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION. IF I REMOVE THE TOP PLATE FROM THE TRANSMISSION, WILL I BE ABLE TO SEE WHAT IS STUCK? IF I PUT ON NEW FUEL FILTERS WILL IT BE DIFFICULT TO START AFTER INSTALLING THE FILTERS. HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED.
|MGS||Brakes: They are hydraulic brakes. They get their fluid from the tractor hydraulic system so you don't have a reservoir. There are bleed screws on the brake actuators on the rear axles. Follow the line back from the dash and you will find what I am talking about.
I don't remember how that shifter works, but taking the top cover off is a good start if you are SURE that it is not a linkage problem.
Fuel filters need to be bled after changing (this is true for all diesel engines) Gravity should work, but I think there is a hand pump too.
|brad albright||i have a international 484 1982 model. the brakes pedal goes all the way down to the floor and cannot get the brakes to bleed out. what could be the possible cause.