When I mow my 5210 hay, I find that the longer I drive, the less brakes I have. Is it possible to overheat the liquid? The brakes work well when cold. Touch doesn’t work even on first run. After 20-30 minutes of operation, the touch screen starts to work and runs while the engine is running. If I turn off the engine and it idles for a few minutes, the tachometer will stop working. Any idea about the problem?
A common problem with brakes is that the brakes are tight.
I know it’s the opposite problem, but if they tighten it, there may be no gasket left.
These are high pressure handbrakes so I don’t think heat is a big issue unless you have a leaky valve or a badly worn piston brake.
Both sides were affected.
There are two problems with incubation. One is more common.
- Brake valve does not release all pressure. You can break the rope to see if the brakes are released. (This is less likely to cause problems.
- Brake tugs or rings hold the brake piston. (This was my problem… You could park it on a hill at N. And it doesn’t roll. I changed the bushings and pads.. The towing brakes were removed… (Or you can put new ones) I also changed them but after 4-5 years they will flex again.) The ring and there were piston updates.. But I saw that there were problems with the updated parts as well.. There are around 5000-10 pieces without gaps.