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Pruebas y Ajustes
415F2, 415F2 IL, 416F2, 420F2, 420F2 IT, 420F2 ST, 430F2 IT and 430F2 ST
Backhoe Loaders Transmission (Standard Shift)
Nmero de medio -UENR5020-02

Fecha de publicacin -01/09/2015

Fecha de actualizacin -23/05/2016

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Power Train Troubleshooting


SMCS - 3060-035-HR ; 3101-035

Sudden movement of the machine or release of oil under pressure can


cause injury to persons on or near the machine. To prevent possible
injury, perform the procedure that follows before the test is done.
This section provides probable causes to known problems. Since there may be several probable
causes, specific inspections or instrument tests may be recommended. These inspections and tests
will help to identify the causes that are most probable.
Problem
The transmission does not operate in any speed or the transmission does not engage in all
speeds.
Probable Cause
1. The neutral lockout switch is engaged.
2. The parking brake is set or the parking brake switch has failed.
3. An electrical failure in the shift control or a damaged transmission control fuse.
4. Low oil pressure that is a result of the following causes:
a. The oil level is low.
b. Oil pump failure.
c. Air leaks on inlet side of the pump.
d. The transmission leaks.
5. The transmission has a mechanical failure.
a. Clutch discs and plates have too much wear.
b. The seals leak.
Problem
The transmission does not shift.

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Probable Cause
1. Valve contamination.
2. Air leaks on inlet side of pump.
3. The wiring to the solenoid control valve is broken or the wiring is not connected.
4. An electrical failure in shift control or a damaged transmission control fuse.
5. Low oil pressure.
Problem
The transmission gets hot.
Probable Cause
1. Transmission running in a gear that is too high, causing excess stalling of the torque
converter.
2. A temperature gauge is damaged.
3. Oil level is too low.
4. The oil level is high.
5. The core of the oil cooler is partially blocked.
6. The clutch is slipping too much.
a. The oil pressure is low.
b. The clutch is damaged.
7. Low oil flow as a result of pump wear or extra leakage in the hydraulic system.
8. The application for the vehicle is wrong. A large load causes too much torque converter
slip.
9. Air is in the oil. Air leaks on intake side of pump.
10. The torque converter relief valve is stuck open.
11. The oil in the transmission is wrong.
Problem
Pump noise that is not normal.
Probable Cause
1. Foreign material is in the transmission hydraulic system.
2. A constant loud noise is an indication of pump failure.

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3. There is a failed suction tube or a damaged suction tube.


Problem
The transmission has noise that is not normal.
Probable Cause
1. Parts have wear or damage.
Problem
The transmission operates in forward speeds only.
Probable Cause
1. Wiring to the reverse solenoid control valve is broken or the wiring is not connected.
2. The shift control is malfunctioning or there is a damaged solenoid.
3. Discs and plates have too much wear in reverse direction clutches.
4. The seal rings leak.
5. Reverse clutch components have damage.
6. The control valve gasket has damage.
7. The forward clutch is warped.
Problem
The transmission operates in reverse speeds or in some forward speeds only.
Probable Cause
1. Wiring to the forward low solenoid control valve or the forward high solenoid control valve
is broken or the wiring is not connected.
2. The shift control is malfunctioning or there is a damaged solenoid.
3. Discs and plates have too much wear in forward direction clutches.
4. The seal rings leak.
5. Forward clutch components have damage.
6. The control valve gasket has damage.
7. The reverse clutch is warped.
Problem
The Clutch engagement is slow and the transmission makes rough shifts.
Probable Cause

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1. The oil is cold.


a. Allow oil to warm.
b. Shift the transmission at Low Idle and No Load from Forward to Reverse and back at
least five times.
2. The transmission oil pressure is low.
3. The oil leaks internally.
4. The solenoid is sticking.
5. The transmission contains oil with the wrong viscosity.
Problem
Oil pressure too low.
Probable Cause
1. The oil level is low.
2. Failure of transmission oil pump.
3. There is a suction leak.
4. The oil in the transmission is wrong.
5. The torque converter inlet relief valve is stuck open.
Problem
A single clutch pressure is too low.
Probable Cause
1. The clutch has leakage.
2. The solenoid valve spool is not shifting fully.
3. Oil is leaking past the seals of the solenoid valve to the tank.
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