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Caseih 5130 PTO problems

Discussion in 'Agricultural Equipment' started by wsw, Dec 18, 2011.

  1. wsw

    wsw Well-Known Member

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    I have a customer with a Case ih 5130 Maxum and they told me the PTO just suddenly stopped, I am mostly heavy equipment repair but this is a good customer and I will be going out to look at it as soon as I am done with the current job. Any advise ?
     
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    check to see if the linkages are still attached, make sure the 540/1000 selector is engaging.
    The PTO circuit runs about 280psi and is common to the transmission, diff-lock and MFD, if there's a major leak these will also be affected
     
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    I have not been there yet but they say this tractor you spin the shaft around for 1000 from 540 PTO speed
     
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    Iron@Dirt Senior Member

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    There is a sliding collar in the housing that shifts gears with the different end of the shaft, known for giving trouble.
     
  5. wsw

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    Is this something you access through the rear of tractor or from top, below the seat?
    Is it usually hydraulic or mechanical ?
    thanks Iron@Dirt
     
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    yes, on a snap-ring by the shaft. If the groove wears the shaft can just pop out
     
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    Rarely you can shim the shaft to push a little farther back but is temporary. The pto will eventialy need a rebuild. The whole housing will need to be pulled, put on a table and dissected. Not real complicated but a little tedious. There are two pins that press into the shifting colar that wear and limit stroke of the shifting gears ( use to polish new pins a little to make driveing them esier into the tight spot you have to work in). You have to thread a metric bolt a little longer than standard to pull pins out, forgot what size. If you have acsess to a manual it is a great help with sequence of steps.
     
  8. wsw

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    But I access this from the rear of the tractor? I will have no problem doing this I am just not familiar with this machine, I just finnished a complete transmission rebuild on a Cat 966G loader. I work mostly on heavy equipment and also on Cat diesels in trucks and yachts.
    Thanks for your time
     
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    yes, the entire rear housing comes off from the centre/diff housing, sling it from the top-pink lift point
    make sure you eliminate the hyd/elec circuits before ripping the back off 'er

    housing.jpg
     
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    Thanks alot for your help guys
    Take Care
     
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    Thanks Richard for the pic. Do you have the internals showing the speed selection? wsw, if you pull it apart I forgot to tell you about how easy it is to nick the oring around the sliding tube.
     
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    there's this line-art from the S/M

    i'll have a look in the training notes, but the actual S/M has 70 pages on R & I of this operation



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    Thanks for the drawings. Left the dealership 17 years ago and havent done one since, even the ones I rebuilt Case was updating parts to make more reliable. Didnt remember spring and ball. Last drawing shows pins hooking into sliding tube. Good luck.