Fendt TurboMatik Clutch

Hey everyone. Does any any body know how to change the oil in a turbo clutch? Having some dramas with a fendt 309lsa? Won’t move with a lot of rpm. Seems like something is slipping?
As long as there is oil in the turboclutch it will work.
I had a 312 that lost drive as you described at 12000 hours. No smell or noise , slipped for an hour then no drive.
Replaced conventional clutch and away she went.
 

Clinto123

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Little bit off the clutch topic I’m sorry have an oil leak at the rear appears to be at the bottom of the rear lift arm housing. Not sure what is causing it flow seems alter by raising or lowering rear arms.
 

hollowbridge

New Member
Thanks very much yes it is 10w oil. Seems like clutch is slipping but no smell from the main clutch. No body in Australia knows anything about them.
GoodMorning Vietnam...Does anyone have any book of pdf's ( even photos) about how fendt's turbomatik clutch works? Thanks Guys

Has anyone any experience of Fendt 309lsa Farmer? Mine is putting the hydraulic oil into the back end. Any advice on how to repair will be much appreciated.
 

chevbloke

Member
Horticulture
Has anyone any experience of Fendt 309lsa Farmer? Mine is putting the hydraulic oil into the back end. Any advice on how to repair will be much appreciated.
Hello Hollowbridge.
Did you work out what the problem was with the hydro oil in the back end? my 309 is doing the same thing .regards
 

DavidxD74

Member
Livestock Farmer
Hi, just bought a fendt 306 lsa. Does anybody know why it it wont move when i atach something not the heavy for exaple a small plow whith 3 furrow , not even reversible. i can run it only in first gear on low or in second if the field is flat... Some people says that it don t have enough oil in the conventional clutch or the cluch is slipping . can somebody show me how to verify the oil level and how to change the oil if neccesary?
 

Speedstar

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Location
Scottish Borders
Hi, just bought a fendt 306 lsa. Does anybody know why it it wont move when i atach something not the heavy for exaple a small plow whith 3 furrow , not even reversible. i can run it only in first gear on low or in second if the field is flat... Some people says that it don t have enough oil in the conventional clutch or the cluch is slipping . can somebody show me how to verify the oil level and how to change the oil if neccesary?
how many rpms are you trying to drive with on ?, as they need rpms to lock the clutch up
 
Hi, just bought a fendt 306 lsa. Does anybody know why it it wont move when i atach something not the heavy for exaple a small plow whith 3 furrow , not even reversible. i can run it only in first gear on low or in second if the field is flat... Some people says that it don t have enough oil in the conventional clutch or the cluch is slipping . can somebody show me how to verify the oil level and how to change the oil if neccesary?
Here is the information you’re looking for,
from my operator manual
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Thank you , can you say how much oil i need , and where did u find this operator manual in english?
My book is for a 311 and 310 which use 8.1 and 7.6 litres respectively.
I did once have a 308 but no longer do, however I am fairly sure it was also 7.6 litre and am certain the test was the exact same.
I would say all the 4 cylinder models used the same turboclutch.
I would drain the
turboclutch and refill with 7.6 litre and see how you get on.
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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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