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Re: Ford Jubilee repair manual

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Sean in PA

03-07-2014 04:27:41

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That hole with the cotter pin is at the bottom of the bell housing where the clutch assembly is. The area inside the bell housing should normally be dry. If the front seal of the transmission or the rear seal of the engine leaks, then oil can get in there. The hole is for any oil that does get in there to be able to drip out to keep the clutch dry. The cotter pin is there to rattle around as the tractor vibrates from driving it around and keep the hole clean and clear of dirt that might clog the hole and keep any oil that gets in there from dripping out. If it's only dripping a few drops every now and then you can continue using it like that, just keep an eye on the fluid levels in the engine and transmission and keep them topped off, and keep an eye on the cotter pin to make sure it is loose enough to rattle around easily to keep the hole clear.

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Fred Childers

03-07-2014 05:09:01

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 Re: Ford Jubilee repair manual in reply to Sean in PA, 03-07-2014 04:27:41  
Thanks to you all who gave me advise/help!

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03-07-2014 15:07:40

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 Re: Ford Jubilee repair manual in reply to Fred Childers, 03-07-2014 05:09:01  
deffinately get the owners and parts manuals too.

while the owners manual is thin.. it has some good info in it.

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Fred Childers

03-07-2014 19:31:45

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 Re: Ford Jubilee repair manual in reply to soundguy, 03-07-2014 15:07:40  
Thanks. Will do.

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