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Re: Shifter seal fluid blowby

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01-26-2013 18:17:00

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Hmmm, ruptured thingamajigger. Doesn"t sound good. What is this exactly? I"ll look in my manuals.

All fluids were changed and filled as per the manual. The is nothing used in the hyd case because the front loader uses a Wagner crank-driven pump and the backhoe uses a Cross brand PTO-driven pump.

I noticed when I took out the Hyd dipstick it "poofed" like there was pressure. The fluid level was right where it was when I refilled it.

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01-26-2013 20:22:24

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 Re: Shifter seal fluid blowby in reply to Oaf, 01-26-2013 18:17:00  
Does your tractor have a hydraulic pump mounted on the right rear corner of the engine? If it does have a pump is there an aluminum manifold connecting the bottom of the pump to the front lower corner of the transmission?

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01-27-2013 00:05:34

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 Re: Shifter seal fluid blowby in reply to Texas!, 01-26-2013 20:22:24  
No pump or fittings as you describe, Tex. I looked at the photos and see where it should have been.

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01-27-2013 05:45:51

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 Re: Shifter seal fluid blowby in reply to Oaf, 01-27-2013 00:05:34  
There is a pipe plug (not a bolt) in the right side of the transmission housing just below the running board. Remove it and allow the fluid in the trans to drain down to that level. Then operate the tractor and see if the transmission fluid refills itself.

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