I can tighten the rock shaft bypass valve that controls the rate of 3 point drop and it helps. May the All Mighty Bless You and Yours. As we have talked about on the other tread I am glad I don't have this problem with my 2012 5045E. Let's hope Deere will be willing to correct this problem, after enough of us have shared our experiences with the questionable brakes on these tractors. Now the strange part, when I press both the right and left at the same time, they both go all the way to the floor with out stopping the tractor.
Howdy Robert, welcome aboard the tractor forum. You could have leak in the brake valve or in the left final drive. The problem happened after the tractor has not been use for a long period about 10 months. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor - the right parts. I will take it it camp this weekend and work it a few days and will certainly pay attention to how they work. Once the oil is flowing and free of bubbles close the bleeder screws and remove the clothes pin and Vice-Grips.
Thanks in advance for the help. Then Select the Section of the Mower you Wish to View Online. Now, I won't get to see or touch the tractor until next week, and ran out of time before I could trace from the pedals to??? Thanks for choosing FixYa, Kelly Jul 27, 2011 Yes there is a safety switch. I have changed the hydraulic fluid, filter, and have cleaned the transmission screen. Complete light assemblies and kits or individual pieces.
None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co. If this model does not, then fluid loss would be harder to detect. My 8630 has good brakes on the left side but none on the right. Then Select the Sectional File. If there is still no oil after assurance the bleeder screws are functional it will be necessary to check the oil flow through the oil cooler. No brakes on a tractor aint safe, and turning without them sure wears the front tires out quick, besides making for awfully wide turns.
Your help in advance would surely be appreciated. My insurance carrier has assured me I would be covered in the event of an accident but that with the information I've provided so far, they would subrogate any claim against John Deere. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation. Would it be in the master cylinder or in the brakes? My 2014 5075 cab has the same problem. A closer look showed that when he put it back together, he used the one of the two long bolts that mount the power steering unit, in the very bottom hole and it had pushed up against the engine before it was tight, so it wasn't tight the lock couldn't fully compress. My dealer and apparently John Deere also, say this is normal and within specs for my tractor.
No drum between the inner wheel and tractor, nothing that I can see. One, noticed hydraulic fluid dripping near one of the lift cylinders, and a closer look was a loose fitting that I tightened. How much travel will the pedal have after a few hundred or thousand hours. So, the left brake does not work, the right brake works, but when both are pressed, both pedals go to the floor without stopping the tractor??? Maybe we can find more owners with similar problems on that forum. I inspected the lines and they seems o. The brake master cylinder is fed from a T on the oil cooler return line. When both pedals are depressed the oil in the brake cylinders does not bypass through the return line and no longer rely on the hydraulic system for a constant feed and you have both acting from stored oil.
It has to be checked. They further advised me this is their answer to the sticking brakes problem with the older models. I will try these things you mentioned Brendon Warren Tractor Guru Joined: 01 Mar 2013 Posts: 3881 Posted: Thu Aug 01, 2013 2:17 pm Post subject: Re: brake problems on 1530 jd tractor Did you try to bleed them, my 1520 has bleeders on the axels. My bet is something's gone wrong in the brake itself. My assumption is that power steering, pto and three point are fully functional. Thanks for the help maybe I should have kept My 4055.
As they explain in the shop manuel I've let the engine rev at 2000 rpm with the clutch engaged for two minutes but it didn't change anything. To test if its the cylinder - retract the cylinders all the way. The right brake works great locking the right wheel as normal. I bought a 2013 5075E this past November. How much travel will the pedal have after a few hundred or thousand hours. With the second and subsequent pushes, the brakes work nicely.