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Hello all. I am new to this forum and have read some posts regarding this very issue, but couldn't find where an answer was posted. My 110 is a 2007. I have 3 sets of rear hydraulics, and am needing to use two sets for an arena groomer. When I turn the aux. hydraulic selector on, the instrument panel shows arrows to the front aux. I push the diverter switch on the joystick, the arrows for rear hydraulics light up. I have my hoses hooked up to the c & d, and the e & f connectors. Top 2 are empty. When I use the joystick, the front bucket operates as normal no matter where the instrument panel says the aux. hydraulic pressure is going. Seems like the diverter is not working. Does anyone have any help? We live 150 miles from the nearest dealer, and I would really like to fix this myself if at all possible. Thanks so much!
 

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Welcome to GTT,
You'll have to do some electrical testing to make sure the diverter is getting energized first, of it is then its possible it's just stuck-especially if it's rarely/never used. Here are a few threads to read on similar issues:

http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/hydraulics/17040-4720-diverter-kit-not-switching-back-connections.html

http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/large-frame-compact-utility-tractors-lcut/5697-tractor-loader-backhoe-110-rear-remotes.html

http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/hydraulics/3526-deere-110-3-rear-hydraulic-malfunction.html
 

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Thanks for the reply. I sent a personal message to ugo4it, who had the same issue and posted back in 2012. He said his was a bad electrical connection at the diverter valve. I hope that is all it is. I recently bought this tractor, and from the looks of it, no one has ever used the rear remotes, other than the backhoe. I'll start testing electrical and see what i find. This site is a GREAT resource! Thanks so much.
 

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Let us know what you find, if there is power then the next step is to remove the individual spools and clean them, just the slightest bit of corrosion can foul them since the tolerances are so tight.
 
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