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Re: 72 4000 trans temp gauge

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01-10-2013 18:47:12

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Look under your left hand battery box and you will more than likely see the remains of you old one sticking out.It should go into one of the hyd. fittings in that area.Atleast our 4620 did.In all the new generation tractors that I have run I have never seen one of these guages move off cold.Maybe a powershift tractor or use with a hyd. motor? Has anyone else ever seen one that moved?

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01-10-2013 21:23:15

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 Re: 72 4000 trans temp gauge in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 01-10-2013 18:47:12  
I have a '72 3020 Synchro and it has a factory trans temp gauge. The sensor is located under the left hand battery box as Fff stated. The only time I have seen the guage move is when we do heavy loader work, or run a hydraulic log splitter. Now granted it takes a few people to move the blocks fast enought to raise the temp enough but I have seen it move. Good Luck!

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01-10-2013 20:07:11

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 Re: 72 4000 trans temp gauge in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 01-10-2013 18:47:12  
We had a 4320 syncro that would run up to the redline. I always suspected it had a valve leaking had a cab and the floor would get so hot we had a block sitting in the floor to sit out feet on. It ran that way til the day we traded it for a 4430.

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