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Have a 4650 PS, we've been using to shred with. Shredded 2 days but when my son went to shred on the 3rd day PTO wouldn't come on. Any ideas on where to start with this?
 

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Have a 4650 PS, we've been using to shred with. Shredded 2 days but when my son went to shred on the 3rd day PTO wouldn't come on. Any ideas on where to start with this?
Check the PTO Clutch pressure.
Pressure can be checked at the Traction Control Valve Housing, behind the left battery.
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You should see a test plug, or a DR(Diagnostic Receptacle). test-port-couplings.png It may also have a rubber cap on it. On the housing, you should see letters embossed on the housing next to the test port, PTO CL(pto clutch). The pressures can be check using a 500 psi gauge. Pressure should read 170-180 psi at 2000 rpm.
 

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Ok, I know where the DR is, where can i get a gauge or can I put one together myself?
 

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Ok, I know where the DR is, where can i get a gauge or can I put one together myself?
The female connector for the DR is a Parker Brand. Visit a hydraulics supplier. (Connector Specialist) ?
 

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Took it by local mechanic, pressure at idle was 155psi and with pro engage drop a little but returned to 155 psi, with pto engaged was able to spin pto shaft. Sooooo what am Im looking at here?
 

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Worn clutch?
 

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Took it by local mechanic, pressure at idle was 155psi and with pro engage drop a little but returned to 155 psi, with pto engaged was able to spin pto shaft. Sooooo what am Im looking at here?
Pressure is a bit low, but should still operate at that pressure.

Whats a ballpark figure on cost to split and replace clutch?
Is it a 2wd, or MFWD? :dunno:

It depends. To gain access to the PTO Clutch and Brake, I think a 2wd only have to be split once. A 4wd, split twice.
I haven't performed this repair in 24 years, so you may need to get a quote from the dealer, or reputable repair person/facility.
 

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2 wheel drive, can't get over how it just stopped working.
I guess I'll call in the morning and see if I can get a ballpark figure
 
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