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Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue

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Dennis K (WA)

08-28-2012 19:49:54

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The hydraulic system, tank at right rear of tractor, is for the loader and ripper only and no connection with transmission. The hyd filter and screen are in the tank accessed through the top lid of the tank.

The screen and filter you had apart are all there is for the transmission and convertor. The rear case of the tractor is the sump for them.

Normal for filter to be soft. You said the screen was blocked. With what?

Screen is washable and replace the filter. You may want to cut the filter open to see what is in it.

The test ports originally had a sheet metal tag telling which was which but probably disappeared long ago. Start with a 300 psi gauge and you'll soon know which is which.

How is your oil level? Should be a dipstick near the seat. Check at idle neutral

You may want to consider some books if you don't have them.

good luck


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08-29-2012 03:19:50

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 Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue in reply to Dennis K (WA), 08-28-2012 19:49:54  
Thanks. You are helping allot. The screen was blocked with dirt. Looked almost like fibre or milky looking muck.

The oil level in trans is just above the full mark. I don't want to cut trans filter yet cause I don't have a replacement. I will remove what looks like a paper outer shield that has holes in it first and inspect. I am going to Miami this weekend so I would purchase replacement first before cutting.

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