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Milky rear end fluid on Case 830

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nick831

05-15-2018 11:59:43




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Hello men, I was checking with you as to my case 830. It had water in the rear axle pump area due to torn shift boots. I have replaced them. Changed fluid out once, still a little milky probably due to oil and moisture clinging to the metal and sitting in webbing. It was not hot when I drained it. My question is should I flush it out with 15 gallons of diesel, run it for a little while around the driveway, drain and refill with new fluid or any other better ideas I am missing. One post stated to put a quart of air line dryer in with the new fluid? What do you all the experts think the best course would be to get the rest of the milky fluid out. Thanks in advance for all of your expert help. Nick

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Steve 101

05-16-2018 20:02:01




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to nick831, 05-15-2018 11:59:43  
I have had this same issue with my 830. I drained all fluid, made sure all drains were opened. After draining for 2 days, put plugs back in, filled with diesel fuel, drove tractor for about 10 minutes, and drained again. Replace filter, filled with new fluid and has stayed nice and clean to this day.



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nick831

05-17-2018 10:08:02




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to Steve 101, 05-16-2018 20:02:01  
Sounds good Steve. Will the deisel hurt the hydraulic pump at all when you run it for the ten minutes to flush the system?



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Paul A Young

05-15-2018 19:05:12




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to nick831, 05-15-2018 11:59:43  
I agree with working it. Also you could put a can of Heet gas treatment in it too.



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Nick831

05-15-2018 19:08:07




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to Paul A Young, 05-15-2018 19:05:12  
Hey Paul will the heat gas treatment hurt anything to leave it in and how much for 15 gallons of fluid.



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Paul A Young

05-16-2018 05:36:27




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to Nick831, 05-15-2018 19:08:07  
I have put in 2 of those 8 oz. bottles in 15 gal. I canít imagine that little would hurt anything.



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oldproudvet

05-15-2018 13:27:27




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to nick831, 05-15-2018 11:59:43  
Work it! Getting the rear axle up to operating temp will eliminate your moisture



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old

05-15-2018 12:59:15




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 Re: Milky rear end fluid on Case 830 in reply to nick831, 05-15-2018 11:59:43  
A lot of times one can park a tractor for a week or so then crack the drain plug open just till it starts to drip and get a good bit of the water out. Plus being sure to run it so it gets good and hot helps



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