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|Bruce Simpson||I was operating my MF271XE using the front end loader in high range when the tractor would not move forward, I switched to low range and drove the tractor about 6 more feet and the tractor comletely stopped moving forward or reverse.
I then checked the transmission fluid and found the hydraulic tank to be very low in fluid. In fact, I had to add about 8 gallons of hydraulic oil. The tractor still want go either direction.
I adjusted the clutch to the adjustment recommended and it still want move.
The tractor made no unusual noises before it stopped.
Does anyone know what else I might check that might cause this problem.
|jonjon|| have any idea where the oil went to. didn't get on the clutch did it. If not i would guess to check transmission. It don't have shuttle shift does it.