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    1830 Hydraulic fluid temp

    Just wondered what the normal was for hydraulic fluid. Mine seems to get really hot after a couple of hours of running the tractor. For instance if you touch the steering column for over a second, you’re gonna get a blister. Also starts getting a humming/vibration back around the rear axle. I’ve changed fluid and all filters and power
    Washed the cooler right in front of the radiator.

    Thanks in advance,
    Murph

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    So is this a 2030 JD

    But yours is the Canadian version?....1830
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    Pretty sure it was made in Germany. Early 70’s and real similar to the 2030.

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    TractorData.com John Deere 2030 tractor information


    TractorData.com John Deere 1830 tractor information


    Appear to have much in common..(basicly everything?)..may help in your search for issue
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    Good idea. I’ll search for the same symptoms in the 2030. Thanks bud.

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    Edit your thread title to add 2030 as well as 1830.

    You only have 12 hrs or whatever to do this..(it gets locked after 12 or 24 hrs.).It will get more attention with the addition perhaps.

    Are you in Canada or where?


    some good reading material while you wait..

    All hydraulics quit on the 2030
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    IMHO whether the tractor is a 1830 or 2030 is immaterial because the closed center hyd systems on most JD tractors of that era are very similar. Hyd temp of an operating tractor should be ambient temp plus 100°. CC hyd component that's hot enough to give one a blister if touched probably has an internal high pressure leak. My guess is 1 or more of the 6 large o-rings(key 18) in steering housing are leaking. These o-rings can be replaced by removing steering valve shaft from housing while housing remains attached to tractor.
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    Hmmm. I’ll give it a try. I’m from SW Arkansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tx Jim View Post
    IMHO whether the tractor is a 1830 or 2030 is immaterial because the closed center hyd systems on most JD tractors of that era are very similar. Hyd temp of an operating tractor should be ambient temp plus 100°. CC hyd component that's hot enough to give one a blister if touched probably has an internal high pressure leak. My guess is 1 or more of the 6 large o-rings(key 18) in steering housing are leaking. These o-rings can be replaced by removing steering valve shaft from housing while housing remains attached to tractor.
    You may have nailed it. It does leak oil from the steering column. I was unaware that a leak would increase temp. Thanks Jim.

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    TxJim beat me to it, he must be an early riser!

    Ambient + 100° F is a good rule of thumb.

    High heat is where to look for the internal leak.

    So far no power steering issues for me. Loose steering is different story
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