New Holland T6070 Hydraulic Problems

New Holland T6070 Hydraulic Problems Problems

New Holland T6070 Hydraulic Problems

So I just bought a T6070 Sidewinder, 5 years old, 1700hours. I noticed at first that the hydraulics were a bit slow when dumping a trailer, but yesterday when I was going to dump a potato trailer around 15 tons I didn’t even lift the trailer, the team says it only gives about 1 / 3 of the maximum flow on all spoles, I have all the settings at 100% so I started to think that there may be something wrong with the LS? Or is the oil suction filter full? Does anyone have any idea what to do?

How is the loader connected to the hydraulic circuit? There must be 3 pipes if it is a load sensor. Look behind the spool block, you should see a small diameter tube (size similar to a fuel injection tube). The distribution valve, perhaps more than one, will be connected to it. The balls should click if the valve is removed and shaken. It should have a different valve (3-way instead of 2) to allow the charger and spools to work. Assuming the charger is connected to the ls line.

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