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Transmission/Hydraulic Problem

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John H

07-31-2012 07:41:18

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Hi, I overfilled my hydraulic system by about 2 gal. of hydraulic oil. I used my hand siphon to pull off the oil through the fill hole on the transmission case. The 4" extension hose on the end of the siphon came off and is in the bottom of the transmission case at the rear I believe. In looking in with a light it is not visiable. In thinking I could take the hydraulic system lift cover off and reach in and get the hose, WRONG. I felt the steel wall between the trans. and hydraulics section. Now I can't get the hydraulic cover and parts attached to it back on because the lift control lever fork won't go down all the way. How do I reconnect the forks and to what are they hooked to and what holds them in place. There wasn't any resistance when my son and I lefted the cover and everything attached to it up, quite heavy. I am at a lost as whet to do. Plus the hose problem. I thought about refilling the transmission and hoping the hose would be moved to the drain when I open it. I see dollars flying out the door. Any help sure would be appreciated. John H

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John H

07-31-2012 07:46:09

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 Re: Transmission/Hydraulic Problem in reply to John H, 07-31-2012 07:41:18  
The Transmission/Hydraulic prob. is for a 9N tractor. John H

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