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4710 power reverce won't move
|larry||John deere 4710. After changing the hydrolic filters and fluid because the bucket was slow and the three point would not go up the tractor will not go forward or reverce. The bucket and three point work fine after the change. Any one know what to do?
|Dale G. Basgall||Larry, I think the 4710 has a hydrostatic transmission in it, was there any problem with the propell forward or reverse before you changed the oil, maybe someone accidentally hit the speed selector and knocked it between gears.
Also there should be an electronic controller that will give a code, I may be mistaken I don't have the service disk for that tractor but if you don't get it going I will be glad to do a little research on the problem.
Dale G. Basgall
|larry||Mike, Yes it is a hydrostatic drive. There was no problem before changing oil. After checking all the wires and the proper shift range's I'm still lost. It has to be something simple and I wish I could find it before I have to take it in. I wonder if someone has a blueprint of the hydrostatic system? larry
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