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|Pierce Fallon||I am looking for a breakdown diagram of the hydraulics in a ford 4600. the hydraulics have ceased working all together
|Todd||I've got a 4610 that had some hydraulic problems. Turns out the seals for the brake rods that punch right through the rear axle were leaking and let the oil get down to a level that the pump was cavitating. I replaced the seals, the filter on the driver side under the footrest, and put New Holland 134D fluid back in. Seems to have done the trick. Not exactly sure if the 4610 is the same in this respect as yours. There's a small pipe thread plug on the right side you can remove. Oil will begin to spill out when the right fill level is acheived.