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Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue

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Dennis K (WA)

09-19-2012 08:44:59
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Not sure what you have there on the trans leak unless there is suppose to be a drain back line attached there instead of a plug. It may show in the books if you have access to them. Is there any port markings on the valve body for that plug? I know some ports are marked with like F1, F2, R1 etc. Could you post a picture of the valve and show which plug you are dealing with? May help or may not. It's been a long time.

With the plug removed is there a steady flow? Is it under pressure?

220 sounds a little hot for your cooling. 170-200 would be better of course.

Keep us posted on your progress

Dennis

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Tfphill

09-19-2012 17:38:11
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 Re: Internation 175b torque converter trans issue in reply to Dennis K (WA), 09-19-2012 08:44:59  

I have posted the picture. The port that I am having a problem with is R2. It is located in the to the top of the picture in the middle. It has a new copper line attached to it. I put a copper line on it to drain fluid to another location.

I am wondering if the mechanic who worked on tractor last blanked the R2 port and split the port on the bottom of the pic(see stainless Steel T at bottom of picture).

Maybe he was having a problem with the speed selector.

I was unable to see the label for the port with the T.

What d you think? I checked speeds for drive in reverse, but not speed. I know I am getting all four speeds in Forward.

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