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TractorMike

02-12-2002 14:55:37




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Hi all, Well I was able to start and drive my tractor today. I didn't drive it very long because the car radiator that is on the tractor leaks and the new temp guage leaks above the nut. But I was able to drive it for the first time in about a month. I tested all the gears, they work. Don't know about the hydrolic pump, but I do know I have a leak at the hydrolic cylinder that I need to find. Now I'm kinda worried because I took the radiator cap off and I'm pretty sure that I saw oil in there, So I guess I need a new head gasket or to tighten down the head some more. Any Ideas??? I want to drive it again but I need to change the oil and filter and fix a fuel leak. Anyway, Heveing fun. TractorMike

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June Chaney

02-14-2002 12:29:54




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 Re: My AC B in reply to TractorMike, 02-12-2002 14:55:37  
You may have a cracked head, is there any water in the oil? It should look white and milky if it has antifreeze or water in the oil. Taste it with your toungue and if it tastes sweet, its antifreeze.



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Tom in Tacoma

02-13-2002 17:51:07




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 Re: My AC B in reply to TractorMike, 02-12-2002 14:55:37  
I would check for water in the oil pan. It will show up on the dip stick as sort of white goop.
Tom



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Tom

02-12-2002 16:32:46




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 Re: My AC B in reply to TractorMike, 02-12-2002 14:55:37  
Possibly there was some oil in the cooling passages or radiator that you are seeing. It doesn't take much oil to look like a lot.



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