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Re: Case 1470 Transmission

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Case Nutty 1660

04-20-2013 06:32:32

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I replaced the pump as well as the brgs, there is a test port on the trans lube line that you can screw a guage into to test lube, there is also a filter on the suction side of the trans pump as well, the trans uses hyd oil for lube not 80wt-90wt like I have seen some use, which lever jumps out of gear? sounds like you may have some gear damage and or loose brgs letting it com out of gear or it may be as simple as a out of adjustment shift linkage I have a service manual for it and can scan info depending on what lever is coming out of gear cnt

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Charles Lapp

04-20-2013 14:25:52

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-20-2013 06:32:32  
What weight of Hydraulic oil is used? Some of my other equipment is very sensitive to either heavy or lite oil. I will drain and replace the oil and check the pump lines as you said. I like the old tractors and this one is a work horse so I want to keep it running.

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Case Nutty 1660

04-20-2013 15:24:40

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Charles Lapp, 04-20-2013 14:25:52  
I use Case Hy-Tran in mine you can use a equivelint to it if you do not want to buy Hy-Tran ask your local bulk oil suppier, I will scan the service manual tonight on what may help you on the shift linkage and the filter on the tranny, on the shifter can you hold it in gear and make it stay? also does it feel like it is going fully into gear? maybe some one has bent a shift fork, as to parts there should be a few in salvage yards just have to do some checking, I got parts from Case but that may not be doable now as they have been obsoleting parts right and left cnt

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Charles Lapp

04-21-2013 16:09:47

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-20-2013 15:24:40  
How much oil should be in the transmission? The pump suction line is about half way up on the back. Is the a line that goes down further on the inside?

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Case Nutty 1660

04-22-2013 03:01:36

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Charles Lapp, 04-21-2013 16:09:47  
I will post a pic of the suction screen, it holds 5 gallon I think will post that also did you find my other post with the SM scans? it sounds like you need to adjust the likage, does the lever hit the consol and not allow it to go fully into gear?

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Charles Lapp.

04-21-2013 11:20:03

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-20-2013 15:24:40  
Yes I can hold it in gear, and it does NOT feel like it is all the way in gear. It is a Clark transmission and I have found a couple of places where Clark is very active in repair and replacement. I use that Case oil in my other tractors.

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Charles Lapp

04-20-2013 13:06:04

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 Re: Case 1470 Transmission in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-20-2013 06:32:32  
The lever that jumps out is the outside lever when it is back and the inside lever is forward (it is in 5th gear). It doesn't seem to do it any other time. I was thinking maybe linkage but the guy I got it from said it has been doing it for several years so it might be deeper. Where can I find gears and bearings? Or is there an outlet for used/recond trannies? It is a Clark Transmission.

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