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Help with D15 series 2 power steering

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03-22-2002 04:42:52

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I have a "new" tractor and have been doing the get it running thing. I have a AGCO repair manual but it doesnt tell you a lot of things. the power steering resivor is full of "slimy gray muck" I am not shure what type of oil goes in there or the rest of the tractor for that matter. also how do i get that "slimy gray muck" out of there short of a complete teardown. maybe wash it out with ATF or Diesel fuel..... .. archie =) =) =)

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03-23-2002 01:34:20

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 Re: help with D15 series 2 power steering in reply to archie, 03-22-2002 04:42:52  
10w-20w gear/hydraulic oil in powerdirector is what i use. hope this helps

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03-23-2002 04:33:43

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 Re: Re: help with D15 series 2 power steering in reply to Gordon-(TN), 03-23-2002 01:34:20  
thanks guys... it looks like it was not water and oil but gear grease was put in there. so i will have to tear it down and at least replace some seals and gaskets.....
archie =) =) =)

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Bryan Smith

03-22-2002 07:00:05

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 Re: help with D15 series 2 power steering in reply to archie, 03-22-2002 04:42:52  
I don't have the manual with me, but the power steering probably orginally called for a type A oil (made from whale oil or something similar, no longer available). Modern equvalent is a type F automatic transmission fluid - not the normal fluid, but one that says type F.

No idea on how to get the gunk out ....

The final drive reservoirs (the drop-downs under each axle) will take 90w gear oil nicely. There are three other oil sections besides the engine - the transmission (dipstick under the seat), the power director (fill point is a 6 sided bolt right next to the dash on top of the tranny housing), and the hydraulics (dipstick on the tractor's right side under the gas tank). I don't remember right off what these take - we've been using regular automatic transmission fluid in the hydraulics for years but it may call for something else. Contact Sandy Lake Implement of your local AGCO dealer for the oils.

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