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Re: Leaking fluid near rear of tractor

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Dan S (NY)

04-16-2013 17:22:18

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If you are leaking oil out of the brake shaft socket the expansion plug may have come out that seals off the back of the socket from the transmission oil. You will have to pull the axle trumpet off to replace it.


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04-17-2013 05:17:14

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 Re: Leaking fluid near rear of tractor in reply to Dan S (NY), 04-16-2013 17:22:18  
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Thanks guys, it has stopped leaking completely. Weird. So how do I check the transmission fluid to see if I need to add some?

Also sorry for the confusing post, I had a hard time posting.

This site is wonderful, Ive had much help from many. I hope someday to be able to pass on the kindness.

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Dan S (NY)

04-17-2013 05:55:03

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 Re: Leaking fluid near rear of tractor in reply to Dave495, 04-17-2013 05:17:14  
There should be a dipstick in the center of the round side cover on the right side of the tractor to check the oil level. If you don't have a dipstick, you can take out the bottom bolt on the round cover plate and add oil through the fill plug by the shift levers until oil just starts to trickle out the bolt hole. Add oil slowly as it can take some time to flow from the transmission to the rear end and level out. The leak may have stopped because your oil level dropped low enough or the tractor may be parked such that it is leaning slightly to the right shifting the level away from the leaky shaft.


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04-17-2013 13:09:16

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 Re: Leaking fluid near rear of tractor in reply to Dan S (NY), 04-17-2013 05:55:03  
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Thanks Dan, will take a look and see what I find. Come to think of it the tractor was on a small hill, and thats what caused it to leak, usually it is parked level. Again, thanks.

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