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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

850 crawler torque converter question??

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Dave minn

05-07-2012 06:16:00

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My 850 c crawler has had a problem for some time now that puzzles me?After pushing for 20 minutes or so the torque temp starts to rise and I notice oil tracks while backing up and if I dont shut it down to cool off, I will lose it all!Had the belly plates off to see if i could locate the problem area but cant see where it comes from!Can anyone give me a clue as to what the problem might be??Many thanks!!Dave A(MInn.)

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05-07-2012 22:37:51

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 Re: 850 crawler torque converter question?? in reply to Dave minn, 05-07-2012 06:16:00  
Assuming the 850 has a setup similar to a CAT, there is a scavage oil line that removes leakage from the torque converter that would otherwise stay in the housing. If the oil level gets high enough to reach the spinning converter, it will cause things to heat up like your talking about. Too the high oil level and heat can cause leakage past the seals causing the oil tracks your seeing. That said, if the problem I have discribed is what is happening, I have no idea where to begin looking on your machine to do a repair.

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