Before replacing the pump, properly check the system. Sometimes its the fluid, or a filter, or a valve. The other thing is that if you replace the pump you should drain and flush the system. The only time I had a hydraulic pump go bad, it filled the system with tiny metal particals. I think that there is a Case Hydraulic manul in our Manuals Section. Good Luck, Rick
Here it is; http://gardentractor...est-procedures/
and this one too: http://gardentractor...m-how-it-works/
BTW I hope that I am not obnoxious about "read the manual". As an Eagle Scout and an Army Officer, I found that many problems were caused by people "winging it". I spend alot of time reading manuals and industrial catalogs.
Edited by boyscout862, December 06, 2017 - 12:49 PM.