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Case 480C box blade don't wanna go

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by d9gdon, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. d9gdon

    d9gdon Senior Member

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    Case 480C of my neighbors has been leaking oil out of the torque converter for the past year and I told him to get it fixed.

    Now, it doesn't want to barely go forward in any gear. When you pull it into neutral, it stops like you have the parking brake on.

    Put it in reverse and he said it goes backwards.

    Anybody know what I should look for? He's a good neighbor...
     
  2. sheepfoot

    sheepfoot Senior Member

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    The forward clutch spring, they will brake and cause what you have going on. Could be some other issues due to low oil levels that need a good inspection when pulling it down. Most can be pulled rebuilt and installed in a day plus some, not a bad job if you have the parts handy.
     
  3. d9gdon

    d9gdon Senior Member

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    Thank you sheepfoot.

    Is this the correct part, #12 in the parts diagram?

    http://www.colemanequip.com/Case-480C-Loader-Backhoes-Parts/No-Description-vg/POWER-SHUTTLE-INPUT-SHAFT-AND-FORWARD-CLUTCH-0orq/
     
  4. sheepfoot

    sheepfoot Senior Member

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    Yes, that is the part that breaks and causes the no forward most of the time.