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4440 leaking antifreeze

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03-08-2018 00:12:26

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My 4440 has been sitting most of the winter and the other day when I went to start it there is a puddle of antifreeze under the rear end. The antifreeze does not show in the radiator. It was windy and cold out so I just used another tractor. I took the side shields off and did not see any thing wet. I have not added any antifreeze yet as it is too cold to work on it outside. The last time I used it the heater worked and it was about 5 degrees. All hoses looked dry and so is the radiator. Any ideas what is wrong. It had been plugged in for a couple of days also.

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Tim S

03-08-2018 05:05:39

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 Re: 4440 leaking antifreeze in reply to jdjerry, 03-08-2018 00:12:26  
I would guess a heater hose too.. when I replace Radiator hoses I replace the heater hoses too,,they get wimpy over time.. a full 25 ft. box will leave you with about 5 ft. left over..

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Tx Jim

03-08-2018 03:15:15

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 Re: 4440 leaking antifreeze in reply to jdjerry, 03-08-2018 00:12:26  
AF leak is probably heater hose 0r possily heater core.

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03-08-2018 05:57:19

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 Re: 4440 leaking antifreeze in reply to Tx Jim, 03-08-2018 03:15:15  
When it warms up (6 above this morning) I'll open the roof and replace the noisy fan motor clean up everything and replace all the hoses. They feel good and solid what I can reach but it is time. Over 14000 hours and I don't think they have been replaced.

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