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Re: IH,706, D282, IT Lives!,, Thanks.. jm

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06-19-2013 19:28:16
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OK. Now, you've gotten that far. Drain ALL fluids, get new filters, and replace them with new. They're probably conaminated with water- which can be verified by running it for a while, then look at the oil. It'll likely be milky, because as a tractor sits' the cases heat and cool with the temperature. They suck in cool wet air, and it collects on the cases of the machine, lifting any oil that was on the case, and heading for the bottom of that case. After a few years, it starts to add up, and can actually raise the fluid level in the system. When you pull the dipstick, it looks like it's OK, but you just pulled it thru the oil floating on the water in the case. Drain it, and replace the oil. You won't regret it.

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 Re: IH,706, D282, IT Lives!,, Thanks.. jm in reply to donjr, 06-19-2013 19:28:16  
donjr, I am already part of the way there. A buddy of mine here on YT put the bug in my ear when I drug up my 656-LP last yr. Do your preliminary checks if the engine will/should start!
Drop the pan First! wash it out, inspect for residue, metal parts, filings.
Drop oil pump / or at least the screen portion for it may very well be half clogged up, as my 656 was. This 706 the screen was relatively clean, dropped it anyway.
then I button it back up, refilled with oil and a new filter. Also already replaced the Fuel filter, and inspected the screen in the inlet on that Roosa-Master pump.
Rear-end will need the service next! Don,Thanks again for your help!.
Later,
John A.

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