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Mahindra 6075 Troubleshooting

The Mahindra 6075 is a 4-wheel drive utility tractor from 6000 Series. This model was manufactured from 2018 to 2023. The components of Mahindra 6075 powerline system: a 161.6 cubic inches (2.6 L) 4-cycle 3-cylinder direct injection turbocharged intercooled diesel engine with a rated power of 71 Hp (53 kW), and power shuttle transmission with 15 forward and 15 reverse gears. The maximum travel speed (forward/reverse): 24.8 mph (39.7 km/h) and 24 mph (38.4 km/h).

The open center hydraulic system includes a gear pump with rated fluid flow of 11.1 gal/min (42 l/min). The Mahindra 6075 is equipped with a hydrostatic power steering system, wet disc brakes, 11.2x24 (AG) or 12.5/80x18 (Industrial) front tyres, and 16.9x30 (AG) or 19.5x24 (Industrial) rear tyres. The wheelbase is 87.4 inches (2220 mm). The tractor is compatible with Mahindra 6075CL front end-loader with a max lift height of 133" (3370 mm), and Mahindra 65B backhoe with max digging depth of 112" (2840 mm).

Engine Troubleshooting
Engine starts hard or will not start

There is air in the fuel system - Bleed the system.
Clogged fuel filter - Clean or replace the filter.
Fuel injection nozzles are clogged or faulty - If necessary, replace with a new nozzle.
Water in the fuel system - Change fuel and repair fuel system.
Excessive valve clearance - Check and adjust.
Defective fuel injection pump - Change or repair the pump.

Engine starts but then stalls

Clogged air filter element - Air filter maintenance required.
Dirty fuel filter - Clean or replace the filter.
Poor fuel injection pump tightness - Look for any leaks of fuel pump Tighten it fast.
Fuel injectors are dirty or defective - Replace or clean fuel injectors.
Fuel injection pump malfunctioning - Repair or install a new fuel pump.

Engine stalls after running

Engine has not warmed up to the recommended temperature - Normalize the temperature by warming up the engine.
Dirty fuel filter - Change filter element.
Air in the fuel lines - Bleed the fuel lines.
Fuel injection nozzles fault - Test injection nozzles and change if necessary.
Fuel injection pump timing is wrong - Check the fuel injection pump timing adjustment.

Engine stalls when idling

Wrong adjustment of low idle speed - Correct the settings.
Fuel injection pump is faulty - Replacement or repair required.
Clogged or defective injectors - Test and replace fuel injectors if necessary.
Valve out of adjustment - Adjustment procedure required.

Reduced engine power

Clogged air cleaner - Air filter maintenance required.
Fuel injection nozzles are faulty or clogged - Test injection nozzles and change if necessary.
Fuel injection pressure is wrong - Correct the pressure settings.
Excessive valve clearance - Correct valve clearance needs to be set.
Low idle speed setting is not correct - Normalize low idle speed.
Restricted fuel hoses or lines - Clean fuel system hoses and lines.
Cylinder head gasket is damaged - Install a new gasket.
Leaking or defective piston rings - Replace piston rings.

Engine is overheated

Low coolant level - Top up coolant fluid and check system for leaks.
Engine oil level is low - Fill the crankcase with engine oil.
Faulty radiator cap or dirty radiator fins - Change cap or clean radiator.
Fan belt slipping or worn - Belt replacement is recommended.
Diesel engine is overloaded - Load reducing is recommended.

Oil pressure too low

Oil level is insufficient - Add oil as required.
Oil filter clogged - Change or clean engine oil filter element.
Wrong oil viscosity - Use proper viscosity oil.
Excessive crankshaft bearing oil clearance - Replace bearings.
Oil pump failure - Check and replace if necessary.

Engine knocks or noises

Lack of engine oil - Fill the crankcase with engine oil.
Low coolant temperature - Warm up to required temperature.
Incorrect adjustment of fuel injection pump timing - Use the correct fuel injection pump timing adjustment.
Incorrectly set low idle speed - Correct low idle adjustment.
Clogged or defective injectors - Replace or clean fuel injectors.
Connecting rod is worn or not aligned - Align or change connecting rod.
Worn or broken pistons - Replace the pistons as required.

Transmission Troubleshooting
Lack of transmission oil pressure

Transmission oil insufficient - Fill the transmission housing with oil.
Transmission oil filter is dirty (if equipped) - Service or change transmission oil filter.
Relief valve is damaged - Install a new valve.

Transmission is excessively noisy

Insufficient transmission oil - Check and refill the transmission oil.
Transmission oil is contaminated - Transmission oil change required.
Incorrect backlash or gears are worn - Install new gears and set backlash correctly.
Bearings are broken or worn - Change faulty bearings.
Damaged or worn gear shift forks - Change the shift forks.
Shaft splines are stuck or worn out - Replace the shaft.

Hard shifts

Gear shift linkage is rusty or worn - Install a new gear shift linkage.
Worn or bent shift forks - Change defective shift forks.
Gearshift mechanism is damaged - Replace or repair the mechanism.
Malfunction or incorrect clutch adjustment - Change or adjust clutch.

Transmission oil leaking

Too much fluid in transmission - Excess fluid must be drained.
Damaged gaskets or seals - Gaskets or seal need to be replaced.

Hydraulics Troubleshooting
Hydraulic fluid pressure is insufficient

Insufficient hydraulic fluid - Checking hydraulic fluid level and add if necessary.
Dirty hydraulic fluid filter element - Clean or change hydraulic filter.
Defective hydraulic pump - Change or repair hydraulic fluid pump.
Incorrect setting hydraulic control valve block - Set correctly.
Hydraulic cylinder is faulty - Repair or change hydraulic cylinder.
Leaking hydraulic lines - Inspect the system for leaks and fix it.

Hydraulic system overheated

Faulty main relief valve - Replace relief valve.
Incorrect hydraulic oil type - Use the correct type of hydraulic oil.
Hydraulic oil is dirty - Hydraulic oil change required.
Air trapped in hydraulic system - Bleed air from system.

Hitch not raising or hitch raises slowly

Excessive load on hitch - Reduce loading.
Hydraulic oil level low - Need to add oil.
Dirty hydraulic oil filter element - Install a new hydraulic filter element.
Hydraulic pump malfunction - Change or repair hydraulic oil pump.
Faulty main relief valve - Install a new relief valve.
Damaged hydraulic control valve - Repair or change hydraulic valve.
Faulty hydraulic cylinder - Repair or install a new hydraulic cylinder.
Suction pipe is disconnected or broken - Connect or replace pipe.

Hitch fails to drop or drops slowly

Hydraulic control valve block is set improperly - Set properly.
Broken hydraulic cylinder - Repair or change hydraulic cylinder.
The hitch has not been adjusted - The 3-point hitch must be adjusted.
Worn lift arm shaft - Change the shaft.

Hitch lifting or lowering is jerky

Air in hydraulic lines - Bleed hydraulic lines.
Dirty hydraulic fluid - The fluid must be changed.
Faulty hydraulic pump - Repair or replace hydraulic oil pump.
Hydraulic control valve block is defective - Repair or replace hydraulic valve.
Faulty hydraulic cylinder - Replace or repair hydraulic cylinder.

Steering System Troubleshooting
Steering wheel turns hard

Incorrectly assembled or damaged steering column - Reassemble the steering column correctly or change it.
Air trapped inside steering system - Bleed air.
Improper toe-in - Adjust toe-in wheels.
Uneven tyre pressure - Inflate the tyres properly.
Steering pump stopped working - Install a new hydraulic steering pump.
Pump flow control valve is worn or stuck - Service or change control valve.
Steering oil level is insufficient - Checking steering oil level and add it if necessary.

Excessive play in steering

Steering column coupling or shaft is extremely worn out - Replace faulty part.
Hydraulic steering pump is defective - Repair or change steering pump.
Steering linkage joints are worn or loose - Inspect and replace as required.

Tractor is pulling to right or left

Uneven wear on front tyres - Replace the tyres.
Not adjusted toe-in - Adjust toe-in properly.
Steering linkage components are loose or worn - Repair or replace steering linkage.
Improperly adjusted or defective front wheel bearings - Install new bearings or adjust it correctly.

Electrical System Troubleshooting
Battery will not charge

Loose or corroded wire connections - Tighten or service connections.
Electrical terminal connectors are defective - Terminal connectors need to be changed.
Battery is defective - Replace the battery.
Belt is damaged or loose - Adjust belt tension or change the belt.

Starter turning slow

Battery voltage is low - Battery is drained, charge it.
Battery discharges quickly - Battery needs service or replacement.
Wires are disconnected or battery terminals are corroded - Connect wires properly or change terminals.

Starter is not working

Battery is discharged or defective - Recharge or replace battery.
Battery wiring is disconnected or improperly connected - Inspect wiring and connect as required.
Low battery output - Battery is drained, charge it.
Defective starter motor - Repair or install a new starter.



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