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MF390 - Lack of Drive Power!
|Braz||I've recently been aware that my MF390 struggles with keeping drive power (to wheels) as I go up in gears. I'm suspicious it's the clutch but are there other components I should be checking? Thank you.
|IHTimmy|| I would suggest it is the clutch slipping but it is a multi power you might get the owners manual or a IT manual and see where you plug in and checked all the oil pressures on the transmission when you shift it you can do that when it's a neutral and just shift the powershift up-and-down and other pressures are there that means your clutch is bad
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