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Re: TO-35 Gear oil in starter

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You should check the oil color to see which oil it is, black and it is from the Engine, milky or brown or green and it will be Transmission oil. If you can smell sulfur in the oil then you have the wrong oil in the hydraulics and it should be changed.(10W/30) Oil in the Clutch housing could simply be too much oil in the Transmission. Remove the bottom setscrew on either of the round inspection covers and allow any oil to drain out. This is slightly lower than it should be but it will prevent leaks into the Clutch or the brakes. if the seals are worn. The weep hole should be able to drain out any oil that leaks into the Clutch Housing, so make sure that the cotter pin will rotate easily, oil should never build up in the Clutch Housing, it should drain straight away. The seal, even if it is worn will usually contain any oil in the transmission providing the oil level in the transmission is correct. I would do all this before you split the tractor as it could save you having to do that for now. If you need to add oil to the transmission at any time when you don't have a leaking seal, don't add more than 2 gallons at any one time and allow it to stand for 15 mins before adding any more oil or checking the oil level. When you check the oil level,normally it should show on the dipstick to the middle mark NOT the high mark, you would only fill to the high mark if you were using external power, like those cylinders you mentioned earlier in the week, but don't add more than would be needed to fill the cylinders or you will have this same problem again. The seal that is allowing the oil to leak is quite small and thin and doesn't stand too much wear before causing this problem...John(UK)

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