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Old 10-03-2013, 06:25 PM
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I have a 4wd mahindra 8000 that is losing drive power after working for a while. There are no unusual mechanical noises, and all the oil compartments are full. I'm wondering if anyone else has come up against this problem before?
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Not on a Mahindra, but my Deere did that and after even longer started to sputter. Ended up being a clogged fuel filter.
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....is losing drive power after working for a while. There are no unusual mechanical noises, and all the oil compartments are full.
Is this a hydrostatic drive tractor? Can you supply a pump pressure reading?
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